Thursday, November 17, 2011

G25: 23639744 Goushill-Hathersage

23639744. Walter de Goushill & 23639745. Matilda de Hathersage

Matilda heir to her brother Matthew de Hathersage.

Bef. 1257, Walter de Gooshull died.

Matilda, who had been wife of Sir Walter de Goushill, purchased of William, s/o Hugh de Hoveringham, a certain place in the west part of the meadow of Hoveringham, called Pirne. (S) The History of Southwell, Shilton, 1818, P243.

9/22/1263, Matilda living.

Family notes:

·         Matilda, purchased from William, son of Hugh de Hoveringham, part of the west part of the meadow of Hoveringham, called Yirne, or Thirne, abutted on the west by the meadow of the prior of Thurgarton, and John de Gousill abutted, and the common meadow of Hoveringham on the east, for which she gave him 40s. and a quarter of barley, he reserving only a penny rent yearly, to be paid at Christmas to him and his heirs, which Hugh Sharpe, and Matilda his wife, released to the prior and covent of Thurgarton, to whom Simon de Gousil, son of Matilda first named, together with some other meadow, which his mother gave him, conveyed it, and Walter de Goushull, knight, grandson of Matilda, by her eldest son John confirmed the gift of sir Simon, his uncle. (S) Regist. de Thurgarton.

·         A co-heiress of Robert de Meinell brought the manors of Barlborough, Killamarsh, and Whitwell to Sir Matthew de Hathersage in the reign of King John. In latter end of the reign of Henry III, the co-heiresses of Hathersage brought it in moieties to the families of Goushill and Longford. (S) Notes on the Churches of Derbyshire, V1, Cox, 1875, P51.

·         Robert de Meinill, lord of Whitwell, Derbyshire, gave to the canons a quarry on his land,wherever most convenient, for building thechurch of St. James and the necessary buildings,with free ingress and egress for those thusengaged. Walter de Goushill also granted aquarry for the like purpose on the moor betweenWhitwell and Belph, or elsewhere in the commonpastures of Whitwell parish, after the same manneras had been done by his ancestor Robert deMeinill. (S) The abbey of Welbeck, A History of the County of Nottingham, V2, 1910.

Child of Walter and Matilda:

i. John de Goushill (11819872), born ~1235 in England.