475322. Lord Robert Hill Esq. & 475323. Alice Stourton & 950628. Lord William Daubeney Esq.
8/31/1422, Henry VI (an infant) succeeded Henry V as King of England.
6/11/1424, William Dawbeney born in England, s/o 1901256. Giles Daubeney & 1901257. Joan D’Arcy.
~1433, Alice born in Preston, Somerset, England, d/o 950646. Sir John Stourton & 950647. Catherine Payne.
~1435, Robert Hille born in Somerset, England, s/o 950644. Ralph Hill & 950645. Edith Mode.
1/11/1445, William’s father died. Gyles d'Aubeney left William d’Aubeney his son, and heir, this great Meadow, Pasture and Wood, as parcel of his Manor of South Ingleby. (S) Hist. of Nottingham, V1, 1790, Brodholme.
1/15/1445, William’s father died.
[––William & Alice––]
By 1445, Alice 1st married to William Daubeney.
10/18/1445, From William Daubeney son and heir of Giles Daubeney, Knt., and Alice his wife, dau, and one of the heirs of John Stourton, … to receive seisin of the Manor of Penne Dommer. (S) UKNA.
2/19/1446, Order to the escheator in the county of Somerset to cause William Daubeney, son and heir of Giles Daubeney knight, to have full seisin of all the lands, … the king has taken the fealty of William and for 0.5 mark … saving to Alice late the wife of Giles her reasonable dower of the lands. (S) CFRs.
3/1/1446, To the escheator in Notynghamshire. Order to take of Alice who was wife of Giles Daubeney knight an oath etc., and in presence of William Daubeney son and heir of the said Giles, …, to assign her dower. (S) CCRs.
8/8/1449, John Wenlok, knight, and William Dawbeney, esquire, knights coming to Parliament. (S) CFRs.
10/1/1449, Thomas Snell of Croydon co. Surrey, to Robert Hille of Somerset gentleman … Gift of all his goods and chattels, and all debts to him due. (S) CCRs.
11/8/1452, Commitment of the county of Corwall to William Daubeney, so that he answer at the Exchequer as sheriff. (S) CFRs.
1/2/1460, William, of South Petherton, Lincolnshire, and of Barrington, Somerset, died.
1/11/1460, IsPM of William Daubeney, esquire. Somerset, Lincoln, Bedford, Cornwall. (S) CFRs.
11/25/1462, Alice’s father died.
6/28/1461, Edward IV crowned at Westminster, beginning the House of York.
11/12/1461, To the escheator in Devon. Order to remove the king's hand … that William Bonevile at his death held the said manor jointly with Elizabeth his wife by feoffment of Robert Hill of Shilston ... (S) CCRs.
[––Robert & Alice––]
~1463, Robert married Alice.
7/4/1467, Robert enfeoffed thereof Giles Daubney, esquire [Alice’s son, his son not yet born], … William Huddesfyld, …, to hold to them and their heirs for the performance of his last will. (S) IPM of Robert.
5/11/1471, Edward IV regained the crown after the Battle of Tewkesbury.
8/22/1485, Henry VII succeeded Richard III as King of England.
9/8/1493, Robert Hill, esquire, died.
9/30/1493, Writ for IPM of Robert Hill, esquire. … He died 8 September, 9 Henry VII. Giles Hill, aged 24 years and more, is his son and heir. Somerset: Manor of Houndeston, worth 100s., … (S) CIsPM.
(S) Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica, 1834, P409. (S) Wadham College, Oxford, Jackson, 1893. (S) Magna Charta Barons, Browning, 1898, P363.
Children of William and Alice:
i. Giles Daubeney, born 6/1/1451 in Lincolnshire, England.
6/3/1468, Agreement concerning payment for wardship and marriage, and marriage-agreement. John Arundell, knight granted by Dame Cecily Kyreyell the custody and gift in marriage of Giles, son and heir of William Dawbeney esquire … for 400 marks … Giles to be delivered to Baryngton (Somerset) … agrees that Giles shall marry Elizabeth, his eldest daughter.
1475, Giles served in France with King Edward IV, commanding 4 men-at-arms and 50 archers.
7/6/1483, Giles at the coronation of King Richard II.
3/12/1485, Giles created Lord Daubeney.
5/19/1508, Giles wrote his will.
5/21/1508, Giles died, his heir his son Henry, earl of Bridgewater in 1538.
ii. James Daubeney (475314), born ~1455 in England.
Children of Robert and Alice:
i. Giles Hill, born 1468 in England.
Giles married Agnes Brent.
ii. Joan Hill (237661), born ~1470 in England.
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