~1270, Hugh de Venablis born in England, s/o 23639704. Sir William de Venables & 23639705. Margaret de Dutton.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
~1285, Agatha born in England, d/o 23639706. Sir Ralph de Vernon.
1291, Hugh’s father died.
1292, Hugh served in Gascony.
10/17/1292, Letters of protection with clause volumus, until next Easter, to Hugh de Venables, who is staying in the king’s service in Gascony in the company of Walter de Mauney. (S) The Gascon Rolls Project.
Aft. 1292, Rogert lord of Tofte … Witn. : Sir Hugh de Venablis, Sir Hamon de Mascy, Sir Ralph de Vernon (23639706), Sir Richard de Mascy, knights, … (S) The Ancestor, 1902, P137.
1295, Hugh married Agatha.
~1295, Hugh knighted.
~1295, Roger son of Thomas de Lostok, … Witnesses : Sir Ralph de Vernon and Sir Hugh de Venables, knights, … (S) The Ancestor, 1902, P133.
4/1298, Hugh’s lands forfeited.
10/9/1298, Sir Hugh de Venables Knight paid into the Exchequer at Chester 10 marks out of the issues of the lands of the said Hugh forfeited before the Barons of the Exchequer in Easter Term preceding. (S) UKNA.
12/1300, Hugh de Venables, Constable of Fflynt, knight. (S) Historic Notes, Taylor, 1883, P34.
1300, Names of those who hold from the King in chief by knight service in the Co. of Chester. Hamo de Mascy (Dunham), Hugh de Dutton (Dutton, &c.), Hugh de Venables (Kinderton) … (S) The Cheshire Sheaf, Sanders, 1896, P15.
1300, Hugh de Venables, knt., constable of Flint, witnessed a deed.
1301, Cheshire knights – Hugh Massey, Ralph Vernon, and Hugh de Veneables witnessed the marriage contract of Sir John Davenport [then a minor] and Margery Brereton. (S) County Families of Lancashire and Cheshire, Croston, 1887, P417.
1301-05, Thomas son of Thomas de Lostok, … Witnesses : Sir William Trussel, justice of Chester, Sir Ralph de Vernon, Sir Hugh Veneables, knights, … (S) The Ancestor, 1902, P133.
1/1302, Quitclaim by Hugh de Venables, knight, to William de Venables of Neubold of all his right in the rents, homages, wards, reliefs, escheats and suits of court issuing from all the lands and tenements … after the death of the said William de Venables by reason of the wardship of his lands and heir. (S) Ancient Deeds, V6, 1915, Chester, C.4508.
9/20/1306, Final concord before William Trussel, justice of Chester, Sir Ralf de Vernon, Sir Hugh de Venables, Sir John de Arden, Sir William de Brerton, …, John de Legh and others of the county of Chester, between … (S) UKNA.
7/7/1307, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.
1307-08, Feoffment by John son of John de Louttebourwe … Witnesses:—Sir Hugh de Venablis, Sir William de Brerton, knights, … [Chesh.] (S) Ancient Deeds, V4, 1902, A8756.
1308, Hugh given wardship of John de Arderne, s/o Peter.
7/1/1308, Commission to John de Arderne and Hugh de Venables to levy 400 men in the county of Chester and bring them to Carlisle for the expedition to Scotland. (S) CPRs.
2/5/1309, Indented settlement of dispute between Ralph son of Nicholas de Vernon, plaintiff and Ralph de Vernon defendant, at Chester, before Sir Hugh de Venables, Sir Hugh de Dutton, … (S) UKNA.
1309, Sir Hugh de Venables, Knt., granted the wardship and marriage of Richard, s/o Thomas de Sandbach, by Sir John de Arderne, Knt. lord of Aldford. (S) The History of the Ancient Parish of Sandbach, co. Chester, 1890, P3.
Bef. 4/25/1311, Hugh, baron of Kinderton, died. (S) CPRs, (S) UKNA.
9/10/1311, William de Cheny asks that the King's commission to him for the keeping of the lands which belonged to Hugh de Venables, until the majority of the heir, might be amended, granting him the wardship and marriage from heir to heir, and also the marriage of Hugh's widow [Agatha], with the dowers . . ., advowsons of churches, knights' fees and issues of lands and rents after the death of Hugh de Venables. (S) UKNA.
By 1313, Agatha married 2nd David de Hulgreve.
Agatha died; her heir William, s/o her son Hugh.
(S) Ancestry of John Barber White and His Descendants, White, 1913, P197.
Children of Hugh and Agatha:
i. William de Venables, born ~1305 in England.
1312, William died leaving his brother Hugh as the heir.
11/8/1312, Order to escheator in the county of Chester, to make inquisition touching the lands in the king's hand by reason of the minority of William, son and heir of Hugh de Venables, tenant in chief, who has died in the king's ward. (S) CFRs.
ii. Hugh de Venables (5909926), born 1307 in England.