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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Lord William de Hardreshull & Juliana de Hache

1250052. Lord William de Hardreshull & 1250053. Juliana de Hache

4/15/1269, William de Hardricheshull, born in Scotton, Lincolnshire, England, s/o 2500104. John de Hardreshull & 2500105. Joan Nevill.

11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England.

1276, Juliana de Hacche born in England, d/o 2500106. Baron Eustace de Hacche & 2500107. Avice ?.

Bef. 7/25/1276, William’s father died: IPM – Cokewalde and Nortkellesheye, co. Lincoln; Hardredeshull manor, Warwick, the whole worth is assigned to Joan late the wife of the said John; William his son age 5 is his heir. CIsPM, V2.

2/12/1284, Grant to Eustace de Hacche for the marriage of the heirs of John de Hardreshull, tenant in chief. (S) CPRs.

3/9/1284, John de Monte Alto granted to John de Cancellis the custody of the manor of Hardredeshull, which belonged to John de Hardredeshull, deceased, until William, son and heir of John de Hardredeshull, come of age. (S) CCRs.

1291, William heir to his paternal grandmother Maud (5000209). (S) CFRs.

10/24/1291, William de Hardreshull, of Hartshill, co. Warwick; Saleby, co. Lincoln age 22, proof of age: Monday before St. Edmund the King and Martyr, 19 Edw. I. Thomas de Nevill, knight, says the said William was born at Scotton in co. Lincoln, and was 22 at Palm Sunday, 19 Edw. I, which he knows because he was in the service of Sir Philip de Nevill when the said John married Joan the said Philip's daughter and mother of the said William, and when the said William was born, and 18 years ago the said Philip died at Easter, 1 Edw. I, and then the said William was 4 years of age. … William Kissing of Hibaldestowe agrees, for he was at the burial of Sir Philip de Nevill, grandfather of the said William. … Simon le Taillur of Appelby agrees, and knows it because Sir John father of the said William about Whitsunday, 2 Edw. I, when the sickness of which he died had hold of him, passed by his house in Appelby, when they spoke of his heir, and then it was said that he had a son and heir named William, who was 5 years of age at Palm Sunday then last past. (S) CIsPM.

12/18/1291, Order to cause William, son and heir of John de Hardredeshull, tenant in chief, to have seisin of his father's lands and also of the manor of Saleby, which Maud, late the wife of William, grandfather of the aforesaid William, of whom the latter is the heir, held in dower of the lands that belonged to her husband, as appears by an inquisition taken by the escheator, as the king has taken William's homage. (S) CCRs.

2/4/1292, K Edw I was to grant at the instance of some friends of William de Hardredeshull, kinsman and heir of the said Grace, wife of Brian de Insula [grant of 1226], who now held Saleby manor, that the weekly market would in future be held on Thurs in lieu of that on Wed. (S) Gaz. of Market & Fairs.

12/28/1292, Grant to William de Hardreshull, king’s yeoman, and his heirs, of free warren in all his demesne lands in Hardreshull, co. Warwick, Saleby, Culewold, and Keleseye, co. Lincoln, and Pulteneye, co. Leicester. (S) CChRs.

1294, King Edward was involved in a long war to protect lands in Gascony from Philip IV of France.

11/24/1294, Letters for Eustace de Hacche, going to Gascony on the king’s service, … William de Hardreshull, going with the said Eustace … (S) CPRs. [In the company of Edmund, the king’s brother.]

10/13/1295, William de Hardredeshull' and Julian, his wife, querents, and Eustace de Hacche, deforciant. The manors of Saleby and Keleseye. Eustace has granted to William and Julian the manors, to hold to William and Julian and the heirs begotten by William on the body of Julian, of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of William. (S) Feet of Fines, Lincolnshire.

2/15/1296, Grant to William de Hardreshull, who was with the King in Gascony, and Juliana his wife and his heirs, that the markets at Saleby would in future be held on Fri. (S) Gaz. of Markets & Fairs.

1298, William’s horse valued at 80 marks. [William described as ‘a regular campaigner’.] (S) English Aristocracy at War, Simpkin, 2008, P83.

7/22/1298, Edward defeated Sir William Wallace at the battle of Falkirk, Scotland. The Scots defensive position was strong, but based on spearmen with support of some cavalry and archers. Edward’s armored knights were repulsed by the amassed spear points. Edward brought up his Welsh longbowmen. They cut gaps into the Scottish ranks through which the mounted English knights could charge. The Scots were routed, but Wallace escaped.

2/25/1301, Eustace de Hacche (father-in-law) has besought the king by his petition in the parliament at Lincoln to cause the debts in which Eustace and the debts in which William de Hardeshull are bound to the king at the exchequer for the times of their ancestors to be allowed to Eustace, in part payment of a debt in which he asserts the king is bound to him for the arrears of his wages for the time when he was in the king's service in Gascony; the king, in consideration of the good service rendered to him in those parts by Eustace, orders the treasurer and barons to search the rolls of the exchequer concerning the debts of Eustace and William of the time of their ancestors, and to cause allowance thereof to be made. (S) CCRs.

1301, William granted Henry Ynge 3 acres, reserving the right to exchange the land if coal were found.

1301, William summoned to attend the king at Berwick upon Tweed.

6/1301, Edward attacked Scotland and removed the Scot’s ancient coronation stone from Scone, installing it at Westminster. William in the king’s retinue on his Scottish campaign.

1303, William died.


11/10/1303, IPM of William de Hardredeshull of Warickshire, Leicestershire, and Lincoln died, heir his son John age 10-12. Lincoln: Cokewold. A manor ... held of the king in chief by serjeanty and by service of ... with the king in war ... 40 days at his own charges. Saleby. The manor ..., held jointly with Juliana his wife, by the gift &c. of Eustace de Hacche to them and the heirs ... Kellesey. The manor ... held jointly ... Warwick:  Hardeshull. The manor ..., including a mill called Panckemilne. (S) CIsPM. [Matches very closely with his paternal grandfather.]

1/21/1304, Order to deliver to Juliana, late the wife of William de Hardredeshull, tenant in chief, the manors of Saleby and Kellesey, co. Lincoln, … that William and Juliana held them jointly … the manor of Saleby of the heir of Walter de Pedwardyn by the service of one knight’s fee, the manor of Kellesey … by the service of 20s. yearly … of the grant of Eustace de Hacce (her father), who enfeoffed them thereof, … (S) CCRs.

11/10/1304, Saleby manor was held jointly by William and Juliana his wife, by the gift of Eustace de Hacche to them and their heirs … (S) CIsPM.

11/26/1304, Licence in consideration of a fine … for Juliana, late the wife of William de Hardredeshill, tenant in chief, to marry whom-soever she will of the king’s allegiance. (S) CPRs.

1305, Juliana’s father died, her mother surviving.

[––Juliana & John––]

By 1306, Juliana married 2nd John Haunsard, knight [held lands in High Worsall, Birdforth Wapentake, N.R.Yorks.]

11/8/1306, Order to the escheator beyond Trent, pursuant to an inquisition made by him shewing that Eustace de Hache … held certain lands in Cesterton, co. Warwick, … and that Juliana, wife of John Hansard, daughter of Eustace, is his nearest heir and of full age, to deliver to John and Juliana the said lands, John having done fealty. (S) CFRs.

7/7/1307, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.

1315, Giles Randolf of Nortkelsey ... alienated to John Haunsard and Juliana his wife and John their son, and to the heirs of their son, a messuage, 2 bovates of land ... in Nortkelsey. (S) Lincoln IPM of Giles Randolf.

1317, Giles Randolf of Nortkelsey ... alienated to John Haunsard and Juliana his wife and John their son, the other moiety ... in Nortkelsey. (S) Lincoln IPM of Giles Randolf.

3/16/1322, John Haunsard captured at the Battle of Boroughbridge, Yorkshire. Rebel barons with Thomas, earl of Lancaster defeated by King Edward II.

1322, John Haunsard an adherent of John de Moubray, the king’s rebel, had his lands taken into the king’s hands. (S) CCRs, 8/31/1323.

Bef. 6/8/1323, both John and Juliana were deceased. (S) See 1323 record of William and Juliana’s son John.

(S) Manduessedum Romanorum, Bartlet, 1791, P54.

Children of William and Juliana:

i. John Hardreshull (625026), born 8/4/1291 in Warwickshire, England.

ii. Eustace Hardreshull, born ? in England.

Eustace married Amice, heir & d/o Robert Marmion & Isabell Fitz Ralph of Whittacre.

6/15/1324, Eustace and his brother John going to the duchy of Aquitaine in the king’s service. (S) CPRs.

Child of John and Juliana:

iii. John Haunsard, born ~1307 in England.

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