Roger le Strange
John inherited his lands from his brother, Hamo, who died while on Crusade.
He was a marcher lord, and although he was summoned to fight against the Welsh, some of his income was derived from supplying the rebels. It is probable that he served in Gascony.
He died in 1311.John appears in St George's Roll, E22, where he bears
Gules two lions passant argent a bordure indented or
John le Strange, died 1309, in The Caerlaverock Poem, K61; St George's Roll, E150 & The Galloway Roll, GA77; Hamo le Strange, died 1317, in St George's Roll, E574; and Fulk le Strange, died 1324, in The Galloway Roll, GA181, all bear
Gules two lions passant argent
John le Strange, died in 1309, appears in Glover's Roll, B165, where he bears
Argent two lions passant gardant gules
Another John le Strange, although possibly the same person, who also died in 1309, appears in Glover's Roll, B166, where he bears
Argent two lions passant gardant gules a label azure
Roger le Strange, died 1311, in St George's Roll, E220, and John le Strange, in The Galloway Roll, GA185, both bear
Gules crusilly and two lions passant gardant argent