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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

G22: 3802224

3802224. Sir Robert Latimer & 3802225. Katherine Hull

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1323, Robert born in England, s/o 7604448. John Latimer & 7604449. Joane de Gouis.

~1330, Katherine born in England, heir & d/o §Sir Robert de Hull.

Katherine 1st married Sir Andrew Tuberville.

1338, Robert heir to his brother John, settled settled the manor of Lasham on William Fillol and Mary his wife and the heirs of Mary. (S) A History of the County of Hampshire, V4, 1911.
By 1350, Andrew died.

Robert married Katherine.

1353, Robert, age 30, became the family heir on the death of his older brother John.

3/21/1361,Commission of peace, … William, earl of Salisbury, Guy de Bryan, … Robert Latymer, John Mundene … in the county of Dorset. (S) CPRs.

5/24/1361, Sir Robert Latymer a witness to the founding of the Munden chantry. (S) Munden’s Chantry, Bridgport; Wood-Legh, 1936, Borough Archives.

3/21/1361, Commission of peace … Robert Latymer … county of Dorset. (S) CPRs.

1361-2, Robert, knt. of Duntwich [Duntish] co. Dorset, died.

7/15/1362, Robert Latymer, “now deceased”. (S) CPRs.

1362, Katherine, in her widowhood, confirms to Margaret her daughter all her lands, with homage and service in Rotherhead, which descended to her by hereditary right from Sir Robert de Hull her father; remainder to Robert her brother.

By 11/6/1362, Katherine died: “… she died on Tuesday next before the feast of St. Leonard, 35E3, after which there entered a certain William Turbervill, her son and heir, by Andrew Turbervill, knight, her first husband, aged 12 years;

that the said William died without heirs; that John Rocheford entered the said moiety, etc. as kinsman and next heir of the said William, and thereof enfeoffed Robert, son of Robert Latymer, in fee simple; and that William Latymer as next uncle of the said Robert, occupied and received the profits of the said moiety, …” (S) CIsPM.

(S) A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain, Burke, 1835, P681. (S) Delineations of Fonthill and its Abbey, Rutter, 1823, P118. (S) A Topographical History of Surrey, Brayley, P137.

Family notes:
• 1377, IPM at Monteacute, co. Somerset: Katherine, who had been the wife of Robert Latymer, chivaler, held the manor of Stoket juxta Monteacute, with appurtenances, of John Streat, knight, by service of a pound of pepper, value per annum in all issues four marks, which manor had passed, as mentioned in the former inquisition, to Robert Latymer, and William Latymer his uncle occupied it and received the profits thereof. (S) CIsPM.
• 1317, Robert de Hull held the manor of East Stoke and presented to the church of Acford Superior. 1327-8, Robert de Hulle, querent, and William Quarel and Robert de Bannebury, deforciants; for (land in Dorset) and for the manor of Est Coker [East Coker, Somerset]; … Robert, knt. of Childockford, East Pullham, … co. Dorset. (S) The Gentleman’s Mag., 1822, P319.

Child of Andrew and Katherine:

i. William Turbevill, born 1350 in England. [Heir – died without issue]

Child of Robert and Katherine:

i. Robert Latimer (1901112), born by 1360 in England. [Heir]

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