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Friday, October 9, 2020

Thomas Hendour Esq.

 1901300. Thomas Hendour Esq.

~1375, Thomas born in Wales, s/o 3802600. David de Hendower & 3802601. Isabella de Cornwall.

8/1390, Thomas’ father died.

1394, Thomas’mother Isabella, Lady of Barnnel, presented to the rectory of St. Stephen.

1396, Thomas’ mother died.

4/27/1396, Commitment to Richard Surgeaux … county of Cornwall,—of the keeping of all the lands in the same county late of Isabel Cornewayll, who held of the king in chief, to hold the same from the time of the death of Isabel until the lawful age of Thomas son of David Hendore her son. (S) CFRs.

11/25/1398, Thomas Hendour presented Thomas Herry, chaplain, to the rectory of St. Stephen.

3/20/1413, Henry V succeeded Henry IV as King of England.

1413, Thomas Hendour presented to the rectory of St. Stephen.

6/15/1414, Thomas Hendour, Esquire, presented John Chiwarton, junior, chaplain, to St. Stephen’s of Brannel.

7/25/1414, To John Arundell knight, …, lately appointed with William Hankeforde, … justices to take an assize of novel disseisin concerning tenements in Brauelle against Thomas Hendour and others arraigned by Robert abbot of Heyles. (S) CCRs.

9/22/1415, English capture Harfleur after a siege.

11/29/1416, Thomas Hendour, Esquire, presented Michael Lercedekne to St. Stephen’s of Brannel.

4/28/1417, Protection to Thomas Hendour, of Cornwall and Devon, going to Harfleur in the retinue of Thomas Carew, knight. (S) Rpt. of Dep. Keeper, V44, 1883, P592.

1417, King Henry returned to France. He first captured the city of Caen after a 2-week siege.

1417, King Henry captured Argentan.

4/24/1418, Thomas Hendour, Esquire, presented John Treverby, chaplain, to St. Stephen’s of Brannel.

8/31/1422, Henry VI (an infant) succeeded Henry V as King of England.

12/12/1422, IPM of Margaret Peurell … Cornwall: … Penhale, the manor, held of Thomas Hendour , service unknown. In the manor there are a messuage, worth nothing yearly; and 100 a. land, each acre worth 4d. yearly. (S) Mapping the Medieval Countryside.

1431, Thomas conveyed the manor of Brannel [Cornwall] to John Coplestone and others in trusts.

1431, Thomas Hendour died, his son Richard, age 12.

10/20/1431, Writ of ‘diem clausit extremum’ for Thomas Hendour, esquire; Devon and Cornwall. (S) CFRs.

(S) Journal of the Royal Instutition of Cornwall, Vs17-18, 1907, P418. (S) Hist. Survey of the County of Cornwall, V2, Pt1, Gilbert, 1820, P145. (S) Epicopal Registers, Diocese of Exeter, 1886, P206.

Child of Thomas and Anne:

i. Thomas Hendour, born ? in England.

[Undated] Plaintiffs: John Tretherf (1901304), esquire. Defendants: Thomas Hendour (1901300), esquire, of Devon. Subject: Breach of promise to settle land on Thomas Hendour, his son and heir, on marriage with Maude, complainant's daughter. Cornwall, Devon. (S) UKNA.

ii. Richard de Hendover (950650), born 1419 in Cornwall, England.

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