~1330, Robert born in England.
5/6/1369 at Milton, Charter of Katherine who was wife of Reynold de Ferers … lands in Milton, Horswill, Sutton and Burlegh and elsewhere in Devon … Witnesses: John de Chevereston, William de Botreaux, John de Ferrers, John Daumarle knights, Thomas de Courtenay, Richard Underhull, Robert Hull. (S) CCRs.
1372, Robert a MP for Dartmouth and Tavistock, Devon.
1373, Robert a MP for Plympton, Devon.
6/21/1377, Richard II, age 10, succeeded Edward III as King of England.
1377, Robert a MP for Devon.
6/22/1377, Commitment during pleasure to Robert Hull of the office of the escheatery in the counties of Cornwall and Devon, so that he answer at the Exchequer for the issues. (S) CFRs. [Held until 10/28/1377.]
1379, Robert a MP for Devon.
1380, Robert a MP for Exeter.
2/1382, John Elys of Nyweton to … Grant of a yearly rent of 6 marks … Witnesses: John Hulle, John Wadham, …, Robert Hulle, … (S) CCRs. [John Wadham’s daughter married Robert Hulle’s son.]
2/6/1385, To the sheriff of Devon, Martin Ferers knight and Robert Hulle. Order, upon petition … (S) CCRs.
6/15/1387, To Robert Hill, lately appointed one of the guardians of the peace and justices of oyer and terminer in Devon. (S) CCRs.
7/10/1388, To … justices of assize in Devon. Order, upon petition of the plaintiff, to proceed with what speed they may in a cause between Robert Hulle plaintiff and .. (S) CCRs.
~1398, Robert died. [Assumed on break in records and no more records for Robert “the younger.”]
· This Robert is not likely married to Agnes Tyrell of Gydesham, Devon. 10/27/1406: Robert Hille of Gydesham and Ricarda, his wife, deforciants … (S) Feet of Fines, CP 25/1/45/73. [His son was not married to ‘Ricarda’ in 1406.]
Child of Robert and Agnes:
i. Robert Hulle (2097260), born ~1355 in Heligan, Cornwall, England.
2/20/1377, John de la Pomeray knight of Devon to … Witnesses: …, John Hulle, … Robert Hulle the younger. (S) CCRs.
5/5/1398, To Thomas Berkeley of Berkeley, Peter Courteneye, …, Robert Hill the younger, …, appointed for particular causes … (S) CCRs.