Monday, July 7, 2014
16778022 Geoffrey de Hauteville
8/19/1274, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England.
1297, Geoffry de Hautevile summoned for the counties of Somerset and Dorset, holding lands worth £20 yearly, under the general writ to perform military service in person with horses and arms, to muster at London on July 7th. (S) Parliamentary Writs and Writs of Military Summons, 1827, P660.
6/1/1298, Galfridus de Hautevile given letters of protection while traveling in the retinue of Adomaro de Valencia. (S) Scotland in 1298, Gough, P36.
1302, Galfridus de Huateville holds half a knight’s fee in Norton.
1303, Galfridus de Hateville tenet di. f. in Norton Hauteville de episcopo Bathoniensi. (S) Feudal Aids, V4, Lyte, 1906, P307.
5/7/1304, Pardon to Geoffrey de Hauville, king’s yoeman and falconer, for taking a stag in the forest of Rokyngham. (S) CPRs.
2/25/1308, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.
1316, Hundedum de Langtre … Villa de Newenham … Glafridul de Hautevill. (S) Feudal Aids, V4, Lyte, 1906, P171.
1316-24, Sir Geoffrey de Hautville was M.P. for Somerset, Bucks, and Wilts. [He bore Sable crusilly Argent, a lion rampant Argent, being nearly the same arms as those borne by the Kings of Italy, as descendants of the Kings of Cyprus."] (S) The Norman People.
4/12/1327, A Bristol Friar minor was licensed as Confessor to Geoffery de Hauteville, knight, and 6 of his family. (S) Calendar of the register of John de Drokensford, 1887, P282.
1327, Galfridus de Altaville pays a 1/20th subsidy at Chew Magna.
1332, Geoffrey de Hauteville deeds his manor of Norton Hauteville to John de Wyck.
(S) Collections for a Parochial History of Wraxall, Master, 1900, P14. (S) Let the Stones Talk, Steed, 2011, P77. (S) Collections of a Parochial History of Chew Magna, Wood, 1903, P77ff.
Child of Geoffrey and ?:i. Egelina de Hautville (8389011), born ~1305 in Chew Magna, Somerset, England.