The Medieval Combat Society
Born: after 1339
Parents: Robert Ufford, 1st Earl of Suffolk, Lord Ufford (born 10 August 1298, died 4 November 1369, buried Campsey Priory) married (13 November 1334) Margaret De Norwich, Countess of Suffolk (born 1286 Mettingham, Suffolk, England, died 3 September 1375, buried in Campsey Priory, Suffolk, England)
Catharine/Katherine De Ufford, Baroness Scales, (born about 1317 Suffolk, England) married (before 6 May 1335, Suffolk, England) Robert De Scales, 3rd Baron Scales (born before 1314 died 13 August 1369 Newcells, County Hertsfeld)
Joan (betrothed to an East Anglian landowner)
Cecily/Cicely Ufford (born about 1327, Eresby, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, England, died before 29 Mar 1372) married (1343 Suffolk, England) John Willoughby, Baron Willoughby (born about 6 January 1328, Eresby manor, Lincs, died 29 March 1372)
Margaret D' Ufford, Baroness Ferrers (born about 1330, died 2 September 1375, Buttsbury, Essex) married (before 25 Apr 1344) William De Ferrers, Baron Ferrers 3rd Baron Groby, (born about 28 Feb 1332/1333 in Newbold Verdon, England, died 8 January 1371, Stebbing)
Maud Canoness of Campsea Ashe priory
William Ufford, 2nd Earl of Suffolk, (Born about 1339, died 15 February 1382) married 1: Joan Montacute (born 2 February 1349, Bugnay, Suffolk, died before 12 June 1376) married 2: Isabel de Beauchamp (died 29 September 1416)
Robert Ufford (died before 29 June 1368) married Elizabeth de Botetourt (died 11 April 1384)
Thomas Ufford (born after 1339, died 1368)
Spouse: Elizabeth Beauchamp daughter of Katherine Mortimer and Thomas Beauchamp, 3rd Earl of Warwick, Elizabeth was the widow of Thomas Legge, Lord Mayor of London
Heraldic Coat of Arms: Sable a cross engrailed or, differenced with an annulet Argent
Crest: A man's head, affrontee, ducally crowned Or.
Knight of the Garter 1360, Stall 8, became a member of the order of the garter after the death of Roger Mortimer
The youngest son of Son of Robert Ufford, 1st Earl of Suffolk, Thomas served with the Black Prince in Navarre and Spain.
Thomas Ufford was present on crusade in Prussia at the head of a company of English soldiers in 1348, 1362 and 1365
In 1409 at the Austin friary church at St Michael in Conisford, Norwich Erpingham set in the windows the arms of eighty-two individuals in eight lights, although the arms of twenty-five further defunct families from the area were added afterwards. The third shield in the first light of the window, to Sir Thomas Ufford.