950714. Lord Henry Fitz Hugh & 950715. Alice Neville
1429, Henry born in England, heir & s/o 1901428. Lord William Fitz Hugh & 1901429. Margery Willoughby.
~1430, Alice born in England, d/o 1901430. Sir Richard Neville & 1901431. Alice de Montagu.
2/15/1452, Henry, 5th Lord Fitzhugh of Ravensworth, Yorkshire, age 23 at the death of his father, had livery of his lands.
10/20/1453, Henry with Warwick and others at the village of Shandhutton in negotiations with the earl of Northumberland during the Neville-Percy fueds.
1454-55, “Returned oyer and terminer commission, Yorks, held by Richard duke of York, Richard earl of Warwick, John earl of Shrewsbury, Ralph de Graystoke, Henry FitzHugh, Richard Byngham and Ralph Pole, at York castle.” (S) UKNA.
5/26/1455, Henry 1st summoned to parliament by writ.
1458, Henry and Alice granted a papal indult for a portable alter.
1459, Alice a legatee in the will of her father.
12/11/1459 at Coventry, Henry took the oath of allegiance to King Henry VI.
12/22/1459, Henry named Master Forester for the co. of York, and Steward of the lordship of Richmond.
1/1461, Henry was a member of the army of Queen Margaret. (S) Edward IV, Ross, 1997, P67.
2/17/1461, Henry with the forces of Queen Margaret made a surprise attack on the forces of the earl of Warwick at the 2nd battle of St. Albans. In a snow storm, half the Yorkist forces were killed. Richard, and John Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk, escaped. King Henry VI was left sitting under a tree for the Lancastrian forces. (S) Edward IV, Ross, 1997, P67.
3/14/1461, Edward [earl of March] proclaimed himself King Edward IV as the rightful heir.
6/28/1462, Edward IV crowned at Westminster, beginning the House of York.
11/1462, Henry with King Edward IV on his expedition to the north.
1463-65, “The abbess and convent of Syon ask the king … Cecily [Plantagenet, Duchess of York], mother of king; Richard [Plantagenet], Duke of York, father of king; Edmund Fauconer (Falconer); Alice [Fauconer (Falconer)]; Edward III, King of England; Henry Fitz Hugh, Lord [Fitz Hugh] of Ravensworth …” (S) UKNA.
1464, “Letter from John [Neville] earl of Northumberland to his brother [Henry] Lord Fitzhugh - asking him to stand as John Aglionby's 'gud Lorde' during the time of his mayoralty of Carlisle.” (S) UKNA.
2/20/1466, “Writ to sheriffs of York to provide jury for trials of treason, etc., on a commission to Richard, Duke of Gloucester, Richard, Earl of Warwick, John, Earl of Northumberland, Sir Henry Fitzhugh, …” (S) UKNA.
10/10/1466, Henry named to a commission of peace with Scotland.
1468, Henry licensed to travel to the Holy Sepulchre at Jerusalem with 12 persons.
7/26/1469, Henry at the battle of Edgecote, a Yorkist victory over royalists. Yorkists were commanded by Sir William Conyers, who was killed, the royalists by the earl of Pembroke, Sir William Herbert. Earl Rivers and Sir John Wydville, the Queen’s father and brother were captured.
7/1470, Henry led a small insurrection in Yorkshire. The King moved against Henry at the battle of Empingham. Henry fled to Scotland.
9/10/1470, General pardon to … Henry Fitzhugh of Fitzhugh, knight, and Alice his wife, … . (S) Calendar of Patent Rolls.
10/13/1470, Henry VI restored to the throne.
10/15/1470, Henry summoned to parliament by writ.
5/1471, Edward IV restored to the throne.
6/8/1472, Henry died. “Fitz Hugh, Henry, kt Lincs, Berks, Derb, Notts, Yorks”. (S) UKNA, IPM.
11/22/1503, Alice living.
(S) The History of the parish of Hailsham, Salzman, 1901, P26. (S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P341.
Child of Henry and Alice: [5 sons, 6 daughters]
i. Alice Fitzhugh (475357), born ~1450 in England.
ii. Elizabeth Fitzhugh, born ? in England.
Elizabeth married William Parr, s/o Sir Thomas Parr & Alice Tunstall.
Child: Sir Thomas Parr, father of Queen Catherine Parr, wife of King Henry VIII.