Saturday, April 9, 2011

G23: 5000208

5000208. William de Hardreshull & 5000209. Matilda de Bray

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1205, William born in England, s/o 10000416. Robert de Hardreshull.

~1220, Maud born in England, d/o §Ralf de Bray.

1223, William’s father died.

1225, William gave 20 marks for livery of his lands, and 447£. 7s. 5d. for a debt to some Jews.

1225, William a commissioner for levying a fifteenth in Leicestershire.

1233, Randulph de Blundevill, earl of Chester, died, the fee of the Hardreshulls going to his 2nd son Hugh.

Maud’s father died.

1236-37, Maud de Bray brought suit against John, son of William le Daneys, charged with destroying her property at Offord, inherited from her father, at the value of 100 marks.

William married Maud.

1239, for 10 marks, on the death of his aunt Bertha, William obtained custody of lands of his cousin, hier of his uncle Richard, until he would come of age.

1259, William hier to his mother of lands in Saleby, Cuckwold, and Kelese of her inheritance.

William died; son Robert his heir.

Matilda married 2nd William de Ardern.

2/20/1263, Remission to William de Ardern and Maud his wife, sometime the wife of William de Hardredeshull, deceased, tenant in chief, for a fine of 100 marks, of their trespass in marrying without licence. (S) CPRs.

1286, Maud, widow of William de Ardern, brought an action against William de Broughton and Alice.

(S) Manduessedum Romanorum, Bartlet, 1791, P52. (S) History of the County of Huntingdon, V2, 1932.

Family notes:
• 4/27/1233, Appointment during pleasure of Ralph de Bray, to the custody of the counties of Warwick and Leicester [Sheriff]. (S) CPRs.
• 10/15/1233, … county of Wilts … the king has appointed Ralph de Bray and Ralph de Norwico as his justices … (S) CPRs.

Children of William and Matilda:

i. Robert de Hardreshull, born ? in England.
Robert married Margaret ?.
8/4/1265, Robert killed at the battle of Evesham fighting for the rebel barons; attained.

ii. John de Hardreshull (2500104), born ~1240 in England.

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