~1140, Jordan born in Normandy, younger s/o 159916932. Richard du Hommet & 159916933. Agnes de Beaumont.
~1155, Hawise born in Normandy, d/o §§William de Crevecoeur-en-Auge.
12/19/1154, Henry II crowned king of England.
1160-67, Jordan de Humet and his brother Enguerrand de Humet witnessed a deed of the abbot of Evesham enfeoffs Simon son of William de Coctune with the manors of Wrottesley and Levinton.
1172, Jordan du Hommet, brother of William, the constable of Normandy, owed the service of 3 knights for Clivilla in Caen [of 13 kinghts’ fees.] (S) The Loss of Normandy, Powicke, 2003, P492.
4/1173, Jordan and his father and supporters of King Henry II during the rebellion of his sons.
[––Jordan & Hawise––]
~1173, Jordan married Hawise.
12/1/1174, Richard of Hummet, and his sons Enguerrand, Jordan and Bertram, witnessed treaties of King Henry II with the King of Scots at Falaise and Valognes, France. (S) English Historical Documents, Handock, 1996, P451.
1176, The Fermor of Southampton charges the crown for the following vessels chartered from that port … One ship for Jordan de Humez. …
1180, Jordan’s father died; his brother William succeeding.
[Undated], Jordan du Hommet and his wife Hadeisa confirm a grant by her father William de Crèvecœur-en-Auge [to Troarn abbey.]
[Undated], The rectory and advowson of the church Evington was appropriated by the gift of Ernald de Bosco and Jordan de Humet to the abbot and convent of Leicester. (S) The History of Marke Harborough, 1875, P95.
1183, Jordan de Hommet witnessed a confirmation of his brother William of a grant of Robert de Bera. (S) Cartularies of Southwick Priory, V1, 1989, P42.
9/3/1189, Richard I crowned king of England.
1190, King Richard departed on the 3rd Crusade. Richard commandeered ships and ordered them to Dover to move some of his forces to France. The fleet was then to move to Marsailles to meet up with the combined English and French troops. Jordan was King Richard’s constable for the crusade.
By 11/1190, Jordan de Humet and Bertran de Verdun joined King Richard at Acre.
11/1190, Because of quarrels of the crusaders King Richard promised peace by the Treaty of Messinia. Names of sureties: …, et per Jordanum de Humez constabularium nostrum, … (S) Gesta Regis Henrici Secundi Benedicti Abbatis, V2, 1867, P134.
7/1191, Richard captured Acre. Saladin’s city commander agreed to surrender for a ransom of 200,000 gold pieces, the release of 1500 christians, and the Muslim garrison to be given safe conduct.
9/5/1191, Richard defeated Saladin at the battle of Arsuf.
12/1191, Richard arrived at Beit Nuba, 12 miles from Jerusalem [decided they could not begin a siege.]
1192, Jordan de Humet, lord of Cleville, constable of Sees, died on Crusade.
(S) Journal of the Brit. Arch. Assoc., V29, 1873, P369. (S) Court, Household and Itenerary of King Henry II, Eyton, 1878.
Child of Jordan and Hawise:
i. John de Humez (60849158), born ~1175 in Normandy.