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  • ID: I51412
  • Name: Joan de STUTEVILLE 1 2
  • Sex: F
  • Name: Daughter d'ESTOUTEVILLE aka
  • Birth: ABT 1150 in of Long Lawford, Newbold-on-Avon, Warwick, England
  • Death: BEF 1197



    Father: John de STUTEVILLE b: ABT 1118 in Long Lawford, Newbold-on-Avon, Warwickshire, England
    Mother: AGNES b: ABT 1120 in of Long Lawford, Newbold-on-Avon, Warwickshire, England

    Marriage 1 Maldred FITZDOLFIN Lord of Raby b: 1135 in of Staindrop
    • Married: ABT 1168
    Children
    1. Has Children Robert FITZMALDRED Lord of Raby b: ABT 1168 in Raby, Durham, England
    2. Has No Children Richard FitzMaldred b: ABT 1170 in Raby, Durham, England

    Marriage 2 Gilbert HANSARD b: ABT 1145 in Evenwood and Hurworth-on-Tees, Durham, England
      Children
      1. Has No Children John Hansard b: ABT 1180 in Evenwood and Hurworth-on-Tees, Durham, England
      2. Has Children Gilbert HANSARD II b: ABT 1178 in Evenwood and Hurworth-on-Tees, Durham, England

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      1. Title: John Watson--soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com
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        Page: Subject: Pedigree of Hansard From: John Watson Date: 1/27/2013 10:00 AM To: gen-medieval@rootsweb.com
        Text: 1. Gilbert Hansard ca.1135-1184 Probably of the family of Hansard which held lands in Surrey and Sussex, descendants of the Domesday tenant, Halsart. In 1166, In the return of knight's fees of the Bishop of Durham, Gilbert Hansard held land in Hornby and Irby, West Rounton, and between Hornby and Little Smeaton. Possibly also in Blacktoft and Hook. Gilbert was enfeoffed of these tenements by Hugh, bishop of Durham. In addition to his fee in Durham, Gilbert obtained the town of Welbury from William Ingram; the towns of High Worsall and Landmoth from William de Vescy and John, constable of Chester ; and in Lincolnshire he was enfeoffed of South Kelsey and Thornton-le-Moor by Adam de Montbegon [his uncle], William de Vescy, the abbot of Thornton and Hugh son of Pincun [1]. He married about 1178, Joan de Stuteville, daughter of John de Stuteville of Long Lawford, Newbold-on-Avon and Cosford in Warwickshire and his wife Agnes. Joan was the widow of Meldred fitz Dolfin, by who she was the mother of Robert fitz Meldred, ancestor of the Nevilles of Raby, Durham. They had two sons; Gilbert and John (probably a clergyman) and a daughter Alice who married Brian fitz Alan of Bedale [2]. Gilbert died in 1183 or 1184. In 1185, Gilbert's lands were in the hands of the king and the heirs were in the custody of their mother [2]. Joan probably died before 1197, when Hubert, archbishop of Canterbury, proffered 600 marks for the custody of Gilbert's son, Gilbert, with his land and marriage [1]. 1.1 Gilbert Hansard ca. ca.1178 - ca.1223 Gilbert probably came of age before 22 September 1199, when King John confirmed to Gilbert son of Gilbert Hansard and his heirs all the lands held by his father, namely, the gift of Hugh Bishop of Durham of the vills of Evenwood, Morley, Walworth, Kimblesworth, Blacktoft and Hook, Hornby and Irby. The gift of William Ingram, the vill of Welbury. The gift of Adam de Montbegon of land in Kelsey, Thornton and Bestrope. The gift of Jordan Hairun and Agnes his wife of the vill of Hurworth and the vill of Chereton. The gift of William Vesci and John constable of Chester of the vills of Worsall, Landmoth and all the Elmdens. The gift of William de Vesci of the services of Robert Escolland. The gift of the abbot and convent of Thornton of 4 bovates in Kelsey. The gift of Hugh fitz Pinchun of land in Durham. [4]. Gilbert was alive in 1221 when he presented to the rectory of Thornton- le-Moor, Lincolnshire, but was dead in 1223 [1]. The name of his wife is not known. He had at least one son, John. 1.1.1 John Hansard ca.1205 - ca.1253 John Hansard married before November 1233, Maud, niece of Roger de Mowbray, whose parentage is uncertain [5]. He was alive in January 1253, when he was a witness to a charter in Durham [6]. A clue to his wife's ancestry could be that in 1242, John Hansard held a fee in Bozeat, Northamptonshire of Henry de Hastings [7]. John and Maud had at least two sons; Gilbert and Robert. 1.1.1.1 Sir Gilbert Hansard ca.1225 - 1291 In October 1253 Gilbert had licence to hunt hares, foxes and cats with his dogs in Northamptonshire [8]. In June 1275 his manor of Bozeat, Northamptonshire was taken into the king's hand after he alienated it without licence [9]. In November 1265, the king gave him the custody of the soke of Caistor [10]. Gilbert appears to have married twice, by his first wife whose name is not known, he had one at least one son; John. In August 1270 he fined 400 marks for the wardship and marriage of Anastasia, second daughter of Ralph son of Ranulph, of Middleham castle, Yorkshire, [11] who he married to his son John. He married secondly, shortly before November 1270, Joan daughter of Philip de Columbers IV (d. 1262) and his wife Egelina de Courtenay [12]. By his second wife he appears to have had two sons; Robert and Gilbert. In early 1291 he granted the manors of South Kelsey and Thornton-le- Moor, Lincolnshire and the manor of Walworth, Durham to his son Robert [13]. He appears to have died shortly after these grants. Joan was still living in 1313. 1.1.1.1.1 Sir John Hansard ca.1260 - ca.1327 John Hansard, son and heir of Sir Gilbert Hansard. In January 1295, he granted the manors of Evenwood, Morley and Fuley to Anthony Bek, bishop of Durham, who in return requested John de Lithegraynes and Alice his wife (who may have been John's sister) to grant him the manor of High Worsall, Yorkshire [14]. John married in 1270 or 1271, Anastasia, daughter of Ralph son of Ranulph, of Middleham castle, Yorkshire and Anastasia de Percy. Anastasia his wife died before April 1272 [15]. He married secondly before 1306, Juliana, daughter of Eustace de Hache and widow of William de Hardreshull [16]. By Juliana he had a son John, who is mentioned in June 1323 [17], but who appears to have died without heirs. John Hansard was an adherent of John Mowbray and fought against Edward II at the battle of Boroughbridge, Yorkshire on 16 March 1322. He was captured after the battle by the constable of Knaresbrough, without a horse or armour, apparently trying to make his escape. Whether he was one of Lancaster's supporters executed after the battle, like Mowbray is not clear, but he almost certainly forfeited his lands to the king. His inquisition post mortem for Lincolnshire held in early 1327 found that he held no lands of the king or any other lord [18]. 1.1.1.1.2 Robert Hansard ca.1272 - 1313 Robert Hansard, second son of Sir Gilbert Hansard by his second wife Joan Columbers. He had a grant of lands in South Kelsey and Thornton- le-Moor, Lincolnshire and the manor of Walworth, Durham in 1291 [13]. In 1292, in an action by Joan, widow of Gilbert Hansard, against Robert, son of Gilbert Hansard concerning the manor of Blacktoft, the gift of Egelina, widow of Philip de Columbers, it appears from the pleadings that Joan was the daughter of Egelina, and that Gilbert Hansard's father's name was John, and also that Robert was the son of Gilbert and Joan [18]. Nothing much else seems to be known about him. He married Margaret and died before 24 August 1313, when the king ordered the sheriff of Lincoln and the bishop of Durham to give to Robert de Monte Alto, the custody of Gilbert son and heir of Robert Haunsard [19]. In 1313 Bishop Kellaw granted to Patrick his brother, the custody of the lands of the heir of Robert Haunsard in Walworth, and the reversion of all the lands held in dower by Joan who was the wife of Gilbert Hansard and Margaret who was the wife of Robert in the vill of Walworth, until the legitimate age of Robert's heir [20]. Robert and Margaret had one son; Gilbert. 1.1.1.1.2.1 Sir Gilbert Hansard ca.1300 - 1339 Almost nothing seems to known about this Sir Gilbert. He died before 26 July 1339 when Queen Isabella presented John de Hull priest to Thornton-le-Moor, Lincolnshire, in right of her wardship of Robert son and heir of Sir Gilbert Hansard [21]. He married Lora, who was still alive in 1349 [22]. They had one son; Robert. 1.1.1.1.2.1.1 Sir Robert Hansard ca.1325 - ? I can find very little information on this Sir Robert. He was knighted before 1349 [22]. According to Robert Surtees' pedigree of the family he married Beatrice and has one son Robert [23]. 1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1 Sir Robert Hansard ca.1350 - 1391 Again, not a lot is known about this Robert Hansard. He is said by Surtees to have married Margaret, daughter of William Gacoigne, but which William Gascoigne is not clear. He left a will dated 26 January 1391 and proved on 14 February. To be buried in the church of the Friars Preachers in York, before the high altar. Mentions son Gilbert, son Robert, unmarried daughter Joan, daughter Margaret, son John, son William and daughter Margery [24]. His inquisition post mortem for Durham held at Darlington on 29 April 1395 found that Richard, aged 18, is his son and next heir [25]. 1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1 Sir Richard Hansard 1377 - 25 Nov 1428 Richard Hansard was knighted before 1402. He married before February 1391 Joan, daughter of John Aske of Ousthorpe (d. 1395) and Joan de Shelvestrode. According to an inscription in the church of South Kelsey he died on 25 November 1428 [26]. Joan was still alive in April 1440, when she is mentioned in the will of her sister Alice [27]. 1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1.1 Richard Hansard ca.1405 - 1466 Richard Hnsard Married Joan, said by Surtees to be Joan daughter of Sir John Hedworth. His inquisition post mortem for Durham was held on 14 April 1466, where it was found that Richard, aged 9, is his grandson and heir, viz., the son of Richard son of the said Richard Haunserd. The inquisition for assignment of dower to Joan Haunserd, widow of Richard was held on 10 June 1466 [28]. 1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1 Richard Hansard ca.1425 - 1460 Richard Hansard, said by Surtees to have married Margaret daughter of Thomas Delamare. He is said to have died at the battle of wakefield. 1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 Richard Hansard 1457 - ? Aged 9 in April 1466 and heir of his grandfather Richard Hansard, esq. he was alive in 1480. Regards, John References: 1. William Farrer, Early Yorkshire Charters, Vol. 2 (Edinburgh: 1915) p. 279n 2. Complete Peerage, Vol. 5, p. 393, note (d) 3. Pipe Roll Society, Vol. 35, J.H. Round, Rotuli de Dominabus et Pueris et Puellis de XII Comitatibus, 1185 (1913) p. 5 4. Thomas Duffus Hardy, Rotuli Chartarum in Turri Londinensi Asservati, Vol. 1 (London: 1837) p. 23 5. Calendar of Fine Rolls 18 Henry III, No. 29 6. Durham Cathedral Muniments: Specialia, 4.1.Spec.9 7. 'Parishes: Bozeat', A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 4 (1937), pp. 3-7 8. Calendar of Patent Rolls, Henry 3, Vol. 4, p. 248 9. Calendar of Fine Rolls, Vol. 1, p. 48 10. Calendar of Fine Rolls 50 Henry III, No. 746 11. Calendar of Patent Rolls, Henry 3, Vol. 6, p. 454 12. Final Concords of the County of Lincoln: 1244-1272 (1920), pp. 280-294, No. 504 13. Thomas Duffus Hardy, Registrum Palatinum Dunelmense: The Register of Richard de Kellawe, 1314-1316, Vol. 2 (1874) pp. 1234-7 14. Thomas Duffus Hardy, Registrum Palatinum Dunelmense: The Register of Richard de Kellawe, 1314-1316, Vol. 3 (1875) pp. 68-9 15. Calendar of Fine Rolls 56 Henry III, No. 628 16. Calendar of Fine Rolls, Vol. 1, p. 545 16. Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Vol. 6, p. 273, No. 456 17. Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Vol. 7, p. 1, No. 1 18. Surtees Society, Vol. 83, Cartularium Abbathiae Rievalle (1889) p. 215n, citing Assize Rolls, Ebor., 20 Edw. I., N. 1., 13-3, fo. 32 19. Thomas Duffus Hardy, Registrum Palatinum Dunelmense: The Register of Richard de Kellawe, 1314-1316, Vol. 2 (1874) p. 967 20. Thomas Duffus Hardy, Registrum Palatinum Dunelmense: The Register of Richard de Kellawe, 1314-1316, Vol. 2 (1874) p. 1215 21. A. Gibbons, Notes on the Visitation of Lincolnshire 1634 (Lincoln: 1898) p. 47 22. Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Record Series, Vol. 52, Feet of Fines for Yorkshire, 1347-77 (1915) p. 24, No. 24 23. Robert Surtees, History of Durham, Vol. 3, p. 318 24. Surtees Society, Vol. 4, Testamenta Eboracensia, Part 1 (1836) p. 132 25. 45th Annual Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records (London: 1885) p. 215 26. A. Gibbons, Notes on the Visitation of Lincolnshire 1634 (Lincoln: 1898) p. 48 27. Surtees Society, Vol. 30, Testamenta Eboracensia, Part 2 (Durham: 1855) p. 76 28. 44th Annual Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records (London: 1883) p. 412
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