Sir Richard de Hodleston Knight
- Born: Millom, Cumberland, England
- Marriage: Alice Troughton in 1319/1320 in Cumberland, England 1191
- Died: Abt 1335, England
Another name for Richard was Sir Richard de Huddleston Knight.
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 763,1400
Sibyl, daughter of Richard de Hodleston, married Robert de Clitheroe, 5 Edward III. Sibyl's second husband was William de Rilleston.
~A History of the Parish of Barwick-in-Elmet, in the County of York, "Clitheroe pedigree," p. 165
~The Visitation of Lancaster & Chester, 1533, p. 42
• Background Information: From GEN-MEDIEVAL-L Archives. 193 From: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: - Hodleston
Date: 30 May 2006 08:15:51 -0700
1b. John Hudleston, living 1251, younger brother of Richard de Hudleston of Hudleston; died circa 1252 (see Trans. CWAAS NS iii 86-7), married Joan, daughter and heir of Adam de Boyvill, of Millom. Issue:
2a. Sir John de Hudleston, son and heir; ff 1292-1311; summoned as a baron, 1297; served in the Scottish campaigns of Edward I (see Knights of Edward I); married Sibyl, daughter of Sir Lawrence FitzRichard de Cornwall (illegitimate son of Richard, Earl of Cornwall, himself younger son of King John). Issue:
3a. Sir Richard de Hudleston, called le Neveu; son and heir; ff 1282; pardoned for involvement in Gaveston's murder, 1313; Knight of the Shire for Westmorland, 1328; died 1335 (IPM); married Alice, daughter of Richard Troughton (Nicholson & Burn). Issue:
4a. Sibyl Hudleston, married 1331 Robert de Clitheroe, died 1343 leaving issue (VCH Lancs vol 6)
4b. Robert Hudleston, son and heir apparent, ff 1325; died without issue
4c. Sir John Hudleston, younger son and heir, ff 1335-1338; had licence to crenallate his house, 1335; plaintiff in Plea Roll case, 1336 (see Furness Abbey Coucher Book); married Maud de Pennington, daughter of Sir William de Pennington (Nicholson & Burns).
• Background Information. 1387
Also that the same Adam held of others no other tenements in the County of Lancaster the day he died, and that the foresaid tenements are worth per annum iocs.; and that Richard son of John de Hodleston is kinsman and next heir to Adam de Hodleston, and is of the age of 40 years."
Sir Richard de Hudleston, Knt., sold, in the year 1323, to Thomas, son of Geoffrey le Scrop, Knt., the half of Billington manor he inherited, described as the "manor of Choo with its appurtenances, and half the vill of Bilyngton, with its appurtenances."
~ A history of Blackburn, Town and Parish, p. 427
• Background Information. 1191
Sir John Hudleston1 knight, at the time of his married with Joan1, was lord of Anneys in Millum. In the 20th year of Edward I, before Hugh Cressingham justice itinerant, it was proved that he had jura regalia with the seigniory of Millum, and his plea therein was allowed. He was followed by his son, John2, who died unmarried.
Sir Richard Hudleston2, Knight, followed. He married Alice, daughter of Richard Troughton in 13 Ed. II and had issue Sir John Hudleston3.
The History and Antiquities of the Counties of Westmorland & Cumberland, Vol. II, p. 22
Richard married Alice Troughton, daughter of Richard Troughton and Unknown, in 1319/1320 in Cumberland, England.1191 (Alice Troughton was born in Cumberland, England.)