23640220. Hugh de Herdeburgh & 23640221. Isabel de Turville
Hugh born in Engand, s/o §Roger de Herdeberg, s/o Hugh de Herdeberg.
Isabel born in England, d/o §Roger de Craft.
~1250, Isabel a coheir of her brother Roger.
1/7/1266, Whereas Edward the king’s son lately upon the surrender of the castles of Walingford and Berkehamsted granted to Richard de Haveringes, … William de Turvill, and John de Haveringes, who were in the garrison of Walingford castle, that he would keep them harmless in their goods and lands; the king ratifies the grant. (S) CPRs.
10/13/1267, Because it is testified before the king by Philip Basset, Benedict de Blackenham, … adherents of the king during the late disturbance and by their oath he has learned that Hugh de Herdeberg in nothing forfeited against the king whereby he should incur loss of his lands, the king has restored to him his lands which were in the king’s hands by occasion of the said disturbance. (S) CPRs.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1275, Hugh constituted a justice for gaol delivery at Warwick.
Hugh of Harborough Magna, Pailton in Monks Kirby and Willey, Warwickshire; Weston Turville, Buckinghamshire; Messing, Essex; and Carshalton, Surrey.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P221. (S) Antiquities of Warwickshire, V1, 1730, P92. (S) History of the County of Warwick, V6, 1951.
· William de Turville assented to endowing his son William de Turville’s wife Maud de Hastings with the manor of Pailton, Warwick. 1217, Maud, on the death of her husband, Maud claimed the manor in dower. Dying without heirs, William’s sisters, Cecily, wife of Roger de Craft and Pernel, wife of Simon de Crewelton [both of whose descendants took the name Turville] divided the estates with a third sister Isabel, married to Walhamet le Poure, who had no heirs. Roger de Craft’s son, Roger de Turville, was succeeded by his sisters Isabel, wife of Hugh de Herdeburg, and Beatrice, wife of William de Charneles.
Child of Hugh and Isabel:
i. Roger de Herdeburgh (11820110), born ~1260 in