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Monday, June 21, 2010

Sir John Hulle & Matilda Daubeney & Dyonisia Durburgh

1901288. Sir John Hulle & 1901289. Matilda Daubeney & 1477353. Dyonisia Durburgh

~1345, John Hille born in Exeter, Devon, England, s/o 3802576. Robert Hulle & 3802577. Maud ?.

~1345, Dyonisia Durborough born in Somerset, England, d/o 2954706. John Durborough & 2954707. Joan ?.

1368-9, Thomas Fychet, lord of Spaxton to Robert Hulle, Maud his wife, and John their son: Grant indented, for their lives, of a tenement and an acre of meadow in the parish of Spaxton: Som. (S) UKNA.

[––Dyonisia & Martin––]

Dyonisia 1st married Martin Langdon.

[––John & Dyonisia––]

John 1st married Dyonisia Durburgh, widow of Martin Langdon.

~1375, Matilda born in England, d/o 623826. Baron Giles Daubeney & 623827 Eleanor Wyllington.

4/22/1376 at Exeter, Creditor: John Hulle, and Robert Hulle. Amount: £14. (S) UKNA.

7/16/1377, Richard II crowned king of England.

Aft. 1377, John’s father died.

9/4/1379 at Exeter, Debtor: John Danney of Woodbury {Wodebeare} of [East Budleigh hundred] Devon. Creditor: John Hulle of Exeter [Devon]. Amount 100m. (S) UKNA.

3/26/1380, Settlement tripartite. Whereas William de Bonevill knight recently enfeoffed by fine Thomas, Bishop of Excestre, John Wadham, John Hulle, John Churchehulle, … all in Devon … 6 seal tags, … the 3rd with arm. seal with legend of John Hulle. (S) UKNA.

1383-84, William Cary to grant land in Exeter to the prior and friars Preachers there. Devon. Baldwin Shillyngford, John Hulle, Stephen Dyneclyve, and John Isaak, executors of the will of Robert Vaggescombe, clerk, to do the like. (S) UKNA.

8/29/1385, The king by letters patent, committed the custody of Thomas Fychet’s lands held of the heir of Richard de Ponynges to John Hulle and Robert Hulle, his son, who have seized the lands to the king’s use and are to answer for the issues. (S) CIsPM.

9/9/1385, The Earl of Devon requests licence to enfeoff various lands in Devon, Hampshire, Somerset and Dorset to the Archbishop of Canterbury and others, until they have levied 2000 marks from the estates … People mentioned: William [Courtenay], Archbishop of Canterbury; Robert [Braybrooke], Bishop of London; Thomas [Brantingham], Bishop of Exeter; Walter Clopton [Chief Justice in 1391]; John Hulle; John Wadham; John …; Margaret [Courtenay, Countess of Devon], widow of Hugh Courtenay; Hugh Courtenay, Earl of Devon; Elizabeth de Veer (Vere); …; Maud [Courtenay, Countess of Devon], wife of the petitioner. (S) UKNA.

2/8/1387 at Exeter, Debtor: Richard Chambernoun, knight, [family held fees in several Devon hundreds, John Hulle of Dodbrooke [Coleridge hundred, Devon], and Stephen Bertylot of Devon. Creditor: Martin de Ferrers [family held Beer Ferrers, Roborough Hundred, Devon]. Amount: £60. (S) UKNA.

2/1388 at parliament at Westminster, A judgement against John Cary of property in Somerset granted to John Hulle; James Chudele; Robert [Hulle], son of Robert Hulle; Robert Hulle; …; John Talbot; Robert [Hulle], son of John Hulle; John Lake. (S) UKNA.

10/13/1387, Dionisia died.

7/16/1389, Commission to Perter Courtenay, knight, James Chuddele, John Hulle, John Wadham, William Hankford … as to the lands in Devon and Cornwall late of John Cary. (S) CPRs.

[––John & Matilda––]

Bef. 4/1390, John 2nd married Matilda.

7/10/1390, Richard II by letters patent grant the tenements by the name of the manor of Hundeston to John Hulle and James Chuddelegh, now deceased, Robert son of Robert Hulle, … Robert son of John Hulle, … the said John Hulle after the death of the said James released his right in the said tenements to the said Robert and others and they granted them to the said John Hulle and Maud his wife and the heirs of their bodies. (S) CPRs.

5/30/1391, Pardon to Margaret … a prisoner in Hereford gaol, … by the record of Robert Cherlton and John Hulle, justices of gaol-delivery, that she killed him in self defense. (S) CPRs.

9/1391, Surrender by … to John Hulle and Matilda his wife, of the manor of Houndeston …. In Houndeston, Yevele, and Kyngeston-next-Yevele, late belonging to John Cary, knight. (S) Des. Cat. Of Ancient Deeds, V3, 1900, P283.

10/1393, John Hulle and Matilda his wife, … querents; … for the manors of Combeflory, Hestercombe and Wellesford … (S) Somerset Record Soc., V17, 1902, P207.

11/3/1393, John Hulle and Maud, his wife, …, querents, and John Strecche, Richard Bere, …, deforciants. The manors of Combeflory, Hestercomb' and Wellesford', [Somerset, Devon] … (S) Feet of Fines.

2/23/1394, John Hulle, justice. (S) UKNA.

8/29/1395, The king by letters committed the custody of Thomas Fychet’s lands held of the heir of Richard de Ponynges to John Hulle and Robert Hulle, his son, with the wardship and marriage of Isabel. (S) Intro. To Greek and Latin Palaeography, Thompson, 2013, P545.

11/28/1395, Commission to John Hulle, one of the justices of the King’s Bench, … touching waste in the alien priory of Modbury … (S) CPRs.

12/11/1395, Pardon to John, bishop of Hereford, … before Robert Cherlton and John Hulle, justices at the sessions at Hereford.

7/27/1396, Giles Daubeney, knight, granted to John Hulle, John Wadham, Thomas Daubeney, William Daubeney, William Lynne, Robert Kylby and William Goldyngton and their heirs and assigns parts of the manors of Trenay, Fawton, Polruan and Essa, co. Cornwall. (S) CIsPM.

9/5/1398, Commission of oyer and terminer to John Hulle, … William Sturmy, knight, … on complaint of Walter Gibbes … (S) CPRs.

9/29/1399, Imprisoned Richard II resigned as king of England.

10/13/1399, Henry IV crowned king of England.

10/18/1399, Robert Chalons, ‘chivaler,’ entered they premises [Hundeston] and expelled the said John [Hulle] and Maud … (S) CPRs.

2/19/1400, Sir John Hulle, knt., and Robert Hulle, senior, patrons of Dittisham. (S) Episcopal Reg., Diocese of Exeter, 1886, P163.

1/1401, The following are assigned to be triers of petitions for Gascony and the other lands and countries overseas, and the Channel Islands: … The Duke of York, The Earl of Westmorland, Lord Berkeley, Lord Willoughby, Sir John Hull, Sir Hugh Huls, Sir William Hankford. (S) Parliament Rolls, 2005.

3/23/1402, To John Hulle, Baldwin Malet knights, Robert Hulle, … by reason of the ship and goods hereinafter mentioned, to release the said ship … (S) CCRs. [The king had appointed John Hulle and the others to make inquisition.]

2/27/1404, Whereas John Hulle and Maud his wife have shown the king that wheras the said John and James Chuddelegh, … lately acquired from Richard II, for 310 marks, the manor of Hundeston … the king considering the right of the said John Hulle and Maud restores them to possession. (S) CPRs.

4/20/1404, Sir John Hille in a patronage dispute with Oliver Cervyngton about the church at Tallaton. (S) Episcopal Reg., Diocese of Exeter, 1886, P345.

1406, at Middlesex, assizes were arraigned before Hugh Huls, John Hulle, John Beauchamp of Holt knight, Thomas Burdet knight, … (S) CCRs.

6/2/1407, John made his will: I, Sir John Hulle, Kt., make my will at Kyton … to be buried at the Church of John the Baptist, Exeter, near the east door. To Matilda my wife, 200 marks, all my good and chattels at Kyton, Bykelegh, Wellesford, and Exeter. To John, my son, 200 marks for his marriage. To Ralph, my son, 200 marks for his marriage. To Isabella, my daughter, 200 marks for her marriage, [younger children] … To Elizabeth my daughter, a Sister of Bokelond, 100s, To Robert my son, a silver cup and cover, 12 cows, and 12 oxen. To Robert Hylle, my grandson, my best sword. Residue to be disposed for the good of the souls of myself, Dionisia, my late wife, … Ex’ors to be Matilda, my wife, Robert my son, John my son, …

10/1407, The following are assigned to be triers of petitions for Gascony and the other lands and countries overseas, and the Channel Islands: … The Earl of Somerset, The Earl of Arundel, Lord Roos, Lord Berkeley, Sir John Hull, Sir Hugh Huls, Sir William Hankford. (S) Parliament Rolls, 2005.

6/24/1408, John Hulle, Kt., of Kyton, Devon, died.

7/8/1408, John’s will proved by Matilda his relict, John his son, Robert Hylle his son, and William Jewe, executors.

[––Maud––]

Maud continued in her possession of the rights of Hundeston. (S) CPRs.

Maud married Robert Latymer (1901112), ‘chivaler.’ (S) CPRs.

9/1412 at Kyton, co. Devon, John Latymer, firstborn son and heir of Sir Robert Latymer knight of Dorset, to Maud who was wife of John Hulle knight and is now wife of the said Robert. Confirmation with warranty of her estates in the manor of Deuelysshe … (S) CCRs.

10/22/1412 at Kyton, John Latymer (950556), firstborn son and heir of Sir Robert Latymer (1901112) knight of Dorset, to Maud (1901289) who was wife of John Hulle (1901288) knight and is now wife of the said Robert. Confirmation with warranty of her estates in the manor of Deuelysshe [Devon] … which Humphrey de Stafforde, William Hankeforde knights, Robert Hulle (2097260) the elder, Robert Hulle (738676) of Spaxton, William Poulet the younger, … by charter granted to Robert Latymer his father and to her … Witnesses: Hugh Courtenay (1901308), … (S) CCRs.

4/1416 [on a Tuesday the week of Easter], Matilda Latymer wrote her will: Her body to holy sepulture in the Ch. Of St. John’s Priory, Exeter, near the grave of Sir John Hulle, Knight, her late husband. To her daughter Elizabeth, a sister at Buckland, 100s and a silver cup, and a set of coral beads. … To her son John all her store on her manor of Wellysford, £40 and some household goods. To her son Ralph all her store on her manor of Bykele, £40 and some household goods. … to daughter Margaret 100s, a primer bound in silk, and half her pearls. To her ‘sister Chambernon’ [Katherine, wife of Sir Richard Champernowne], her dress of green color and her mantles furred with ermine. To Isaella Hulle, a set of long beads of gold. To Robert Hulle a signet of gold with a lamb thereon. Executors: John Hulle her son, Robert Hulle, William Jewe of Canons Leight. (S) Materials for the Hist. of the Town and Parish of Wellington, Vs1-4, 1908, P59.

4/21/1416, Matilda died.

(S) Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica, 1834, P409. (S) Pedigrees of Sir Nigel Lorying, K.G., 1883.

Family notes:

·         John’s granddaughter, Dame Eleanor Hulle, d/o Joan Malet, died 1460, translated ‘The Seven Psalms’ into English for her personal use, from a French original [people would soon be burned at the stake for doing this.] She also translated a textbook on Astronomy from Latin called ‘Orisons and Meditations’, and possibly ‘The Twenty-one Passions of Our Lord’. (S) The Hist. of British Women’s Writing, V1, 2011, P169.

·         There is a contemporary “John Hulle” of Herefordshire with wife Alice; and another “John Hulle” of Dorset with wife Christina, who in 1399 was Reeve for Kingston Lacy; and another “John Hulle” son of Adam in Birmingham in 1398.

Children of John and Dionisia:

i. Robert Hull, (738676), born ~1365 in England.

ii. Elizabeth Hylle, born ~? in England.

iii. Margaret Hylle, born ~? in England.

Margaret married William, Lord Haryngton.

1423, Margaret, Lady Haryington, named in her brother’s will.

iii. Joan Hylle, born ~? in England.

3/30/1380, Joan married to John Malet, heir & s/o Sir Baldwin Malet & Isabel.

1423, Joan, Lady Malet, named in her brother’s will.

Children of John and Matilda:

i. John Hulle, born ~1388 in England.                      

6/2/1407, John an executor of his father’s will, given 200 marks for his marriage.

4/1416, John an executor in his mother’s will: To her son John all her store on her manor of Wellysford, £40 and some household goods.

ii. Ralph Hulle (950644), born ~1390 in England.

1423, Ralph named in his brother’s will.

iii. Isabella Hulle, born ? in England.


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