Richard, the second brother, succeeded, whose only daughter and heir married Richard le Tuit, who became, jure uxoris, third Baron of Delvin. He was father to John le Tuit, fourth Baron of Delvin, whose son, Richard Fitzjohn le Tuit, fifth Baron, married Eglantina Dewswell, and was father of Thomas Fitzjohn, sixth Baron ; he dropped the name of le Tuit, and his son, Richard Fitzjohn, seventh Baron, was father of John Fitzjohn, eighth Baron Delvin, whose only daughter and heir, Catherine, married Sir William Nugent in 1407, (8th of Henry IV.,) descended from Sir Christopher, son of Sir Gilbert Nugent. He, jure uxoris,
became ninth Baron Delvin. Thus the honors remained in the family of Tuit, or Tuite, for one hundred and twenty years.