Henry Scrope 1º Baron Scrope of Masham 1601,1629,1631
- Born: 29 Sep 1312, Masham, Yorkshire, England 1601,1629,1631
- Marriage (1): Joan about 1336 in Masham, Yorkshire, England 1630
- Marriage (2): Joan
- Marriage (3): Agnes
- Died: 31 Jul 1392, Ghent, Yorkshire, England at age 79 1601,1629,1630,1631
- Buried: Coverham Abbey, Coverham, Yorkshire, England 1601,1629,1631
Noted events in his life were:
• Military and Government Career, 1333-1371. 1629,1631 Scrope served in the Scottish campaign of 1333 and was knighted at Berwick, where he fought at the Battle of Halidon Hill . He served in Scotland again in 1335 and in 1340 took part in the sea Battle of Sluys at the start of the Hundred Years War . In 1342 he served in Brittany and was present at the sieges of Vannes and Morlaix. He was in Flanders in 1345 and in 1346 fought as a banneret both at the Battle of Crécy and the Battle of Nevilles Cross . In 1347 he was at the siege of Calais and in 1350 in the sea battle off Winchelsea .
In November 1350 Scrope was summoned to the House of Lords as Lord Scrope, later Lord Scrope of Masham and in 1354 he was one of the ambassadors to Pope Innocent VI seeking to arbitrate between England and France.
Scrope served Edward III in Picardy in 1355 and at the siege of Berwick in 1357. In 1357 he was a member of the commission to treat with the Scots for the liberation of David II, king of Scots, and for a truce. In 1359 he served under John of Gaunt in the great chevauchée toward Rheims, and in 1361 he was appointed Warden of Calais and Guînes until 1370. In 1369 he served under John of Gaunt in France; and in 1371 was for a year warden of the western march towards Scotland and also steward of the king's household .
Henry married Joan about 1336 in Masham, Yorkshire, England.1630
Henry next married Joan.
Henry next married Agnes.