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Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Lord Hugh de Cransley & Agnes ?

 30422154. Lord Hugh de Cransley & 30422155. Agnes ?

~1263, Hugh de Cranisley born in Northampton, England, s/o §§Simon de Cransley.

By 1282, Hugh’s father died, Hugh a minor.

1284, Hugh s/o held 1 fee in Cransley.

7/7/1307, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.

1310-11, Quitclaim by Geoffrey son of Robert de Orlingb' … Witnesses:—Hugh de Cranesle, … (S) Ancient Deeds, Northamton, V6, 1915, C.4151.

1311, Hugh de Cranisley and Agnes his wife had a grant of land in the vill.

1311, Hugh, lord of Cranesley, attested a deed.

1312-13, Hugh de Craneslee and Agnes settled the manor and advowson of Cranlsey on his daughter Elizabeth and her husband John de Heigham.

1313, Hugh de Cranisley and Agnes his wife had a grant of land in the vill.

By 1316, Hugh of Kettering, Northampton, died.

(S) Honors and Knight’s Fees, Farrer, 1923, P49. (S) Hist. of Northampton, V4, 1937, Cransley.

Family notes:

·         1166, Hugh de Cransley holding Cransley, 1 knight's fee, held in dower by the wife of Walter Disel (possibly Hugh's mother).

·         1177, Hugh de Craneslega amerced 5 marks for forest trespass in Northants.

·         1180, §§Hugh de Cranesle owed 40 marks de misericordia. [Discharged in 1186.]

·         Bef. 1203, Hugh succeeded by his son Peter, who was involved in a fine of Cransley in that year.

·         By 1226, Hugh de Cranesle succeeded his father, §§Peter de Cranselee, son of Hugh, presenting to the church in that year.

·         1228, §§Hugh de Cranesle presented to the church at Cransley.

·         1242-43, §§Hugh de Cransley held 1 fee at Cransley.

·         1277, Simon de Cransley presented to the church.

·         [Undated] Grant by Reynold son of Geoffrey Rous (Ruffi) of Cranesleya to Simon son of Hugh of Cranesleya, for his service, and 2 marks in his need … of a place of his garden called 'Westyerd,' between the tenement formerly of Ralph de Erdlyngber' and his garden, and ½a. arable in the fields of Cranesley … rent, a rose at Midsummer. Witnesses:—Hugh de Cranesley … (S) Ancient Deeds, Northamton, V6, 1915, C.5520.

Child of Hugh and Agnes:

i. Elizabeth de Cransley (15211077), born ~1290 in Kettering, Northampton, England.

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