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Friday, August 28, 2020

Lord Hubert Husee & Dame Margaret de Beauchamp

 121684002. Lord Hubert Husee & 121684003. Dame Margaret de Beauchamp

~1240, Hubert Huse born in England, s/o §§Henry Hoese of Somerset.

~1244, Margaret born in England, d/o 30424240. William de Beauchamp & 30424241. Isabel Mauduit.

[––Hubert & Margaret––]

1249, Hubert married to Margaret. (S) FMG. “Henry has given William [de Beauchamp] the marriage of Hubert his first-born son [...a minor] to...Margery, William´s daughter” with “dower...the manor of Tateswyk.” (S) FMG.

1263, Hubert’s father died.

10/30/1263, The king has taken the homage of Hubert son and heir of Henry Huse for all the lands which he held of the king in chief … made a fine with the king by 80 marks to have seisin … (S) CPRs.

1272, Hubert Huse, querent ; Richard de London and Alice his wife, impediments; for a carucated of land in Radene. (S) Pedes Finium, Somerset, V1, 1892, P232.

11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England.

1275, Hubert died.

[––Margaret––]

2/5/1275, Order to assign dower to Margaret, late the wife of Hubert Hoese, tenant in chief, upon her taking oath not to marry without the king's licence. (S) CCRs.

10/23/1275, Confirmation of the sale made to Margaret late the wife of Hubert Husee, of the custody of the lands late of the said Hubert, during the minority of his heirs; with the marriage of the heirs, for the sum of 80 marks. (S) CPRs.

1277, Agreement, Dame Margaret Husee and Sir Henry Esturmy, knight, concerning forthcoming marriage between Henry, son and heir of said Sir Henry, and Margaret, daughter and co-heiress of Sir Hubert Husee, to whom Sir Henry gives the whole manor of Wolfhall, Great Bedwyn, in free marriage. (S) UKNA.

4/29/1278, Margaret, late the wife of Hubert Hoese, puts in her place … in the suit before the king between her and … contained in the original writ of a trespass committed upon her by them. (S) CCRs.

11/15/1281, Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause enrolment pursuant to the king's pardon to Margaret Husee of 20 marks of the 40 marks at which she was amerced justices last in eyre in Wilts, for certain trespasses, and pursuant to the king's grant to her that of the residue she render 5 marks a year. (S) CFRs.

7/12/1284, Writ de etate probanda of Margaret, Maud and Isabel, daughters and heirs of Hubert Huse, made at Nethervaene, co. Wilts, in the presence of Margaret, late the wife of the said Hubert … the said Margaret aged 18 at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 12 Edw. I., the said Maud 15 at Christmas, 12 Edw. I., and the said Isabel 13 at the feast of St. Nicholas, [13] Edw. I. (S) CIsPM.

1/2/1285, Order to make partition into 3 equal parts of the lands of Hubert Husee, tenant in chief, in the presence of the heirs and parceners of the inheritance, if they wish to be present, and to cause Henry Esturmi and Margaret his wife, Hubert’s eldest daughter and co-heiress, to have as esnecy seisin of their purparty, and to cause John de Dune and Matilda, his wife, Huberts’s second daughter and co-heiress, to have siesin of their purparty, saving to Margaret, late the wife of Hubert, to whom the king granted the wardshop of the lands aforesaid until the heiresses come of age, the custody of the purparty of Isabella, the third daughter, until Isabella come of age. The king has taken the homage of Henry and the fealty of John. (S) CCRs.

1/2/1286, Order to make partition into 3 equal parts of the lands of Hubert Husee, tenant in chief, in the presence of the heirs and parceners of the inheritance, if they wish to be present, and to cause Henry Esturmi and Margaret, his wife, Hubert's eldest daughter and co-heiress, to have as esnecy seisin of their purparty, and to cause John de Dune and Matilda, his wife, Hubert's second daughter and co-heiress, to have seisin of their purparty, saving to Margaret, late the wife of Hubert, to whom the king granted the wardship of the lands aforesaid until the heiresses come of age, the custody of the purparty of Isabella, the third daughter and co-heiress of Hubert, until Isabella come of age, as the king has taken the homage of Henry and the fealty of John for the purparties falling to their wives. (S) CCRs.

Bef. 10/26/1286, Margaret died.

Family notes:

·         There are multiple contemporary records of ‘Henry Hoese’ with different heirs [Matthew, Henry, Hubert, Geoffrey], some with a brother Hubert, in Wilts, Somerset, Hampshire, Leicester, and Sussex. (S) FRsHIII.

Children of Hubert and Margaret:

i. Margaret Hussee (60842001), born 6/24/1266 in England.

ii. Matilda de Hussee, born 12/25/1268 in England.

Matilda married John de Dune.

1285, Maud died.

10/26/1285, IPM of Maud, daughter of Hubert Husee. Wilts: Fyhelden. A messuage not built, a free fishery, a third part of 2 watermills, 51a. arable …  3 free tenants, 24s. from 2 customers, 3s. from 2 cottagers, view of frankplege &c.  Tidecombe. A messuage, 18a. arable, 1a. wood, pasture, and 18d. from a free tenant. Corsleyghe. A messuage &c., 14a. arable, and 2d. from a free tenant. All held of Henry (60842000), son of Henry Esturmy, of the inheritance of Margaret his wife, daughter and elder heir of the late Hubert Husee by service of finding a third part of an armed man and barded horse in the king's army in time of war, for a third part of the inheritance of the said Hubert. (S) CIsPM.

Margaret, wife of the said Henry Esturmy, aged 24, and Isabel, daughter of the said Hubert, aged 14, sisters of the said Maud, are her next heirs.

iii. Isabella de Hussee, born 12/6/1270 in England.

Aft. 5/6/1286, Isabella married John de Torrney.

12/26/1286, Order to make partition into 2 equal shares of the lands that belonged to Hubert Huse, tenant in chief, and to cause John de Torrney, who married Isabella, daughter and heiress of Hubert, to have sesin of the purparty falling to Isabella, as the king has taken John’s fealty. (S) CCRs.

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