The History of the Hough family from London

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  • ID: I35518
  • Name: Beatrice Hatcliff Lady GREYSTOKE
  • Sex: F
  • ADDR: 1440 Hinderskelf, North Riding, Yorkshire
  • Death: 20 APR 1505 in Holme upon Spalding Moor, East Riding, Yorkshire
  • Note:
    Beatrice Hatcliff (sometimes Awtecliffe, Hawtcliffe or Hatcliffe).
    She was the widow of Ralph Baron of Greystock who died in 1487. Before her death she took a vow of chastity (Licence to veil, 12 Apr 1502).
    She had no children by Lord Greystock but is thought to have had six or seven children by Robert Constable. She took up membership of the Guild of Corpus Christi in York.
    Her brothers, although it is not know who the Father of the family was, included Sir William Hatcliff and Richard Hatcliff, Vicar of Nunburnholme who outlived his sister by over 40 years.
    She was a formidable character and must not have forgotten that she was once married to a cousin of King Edward IV and Richard III and of the mother of King Henry VII.

    Marriage 1 Robert CONSTABLE b: 1450 in Flamborough, East Riding, Yorkshire
    • Married: 18 AUG 1490 in Flamborough, East Riding, Yorkshire
    1. Has No Children Marmaduke CONSTABLE b: 1491
    2. Has No Children Agnes CONSTABLE
    3. Has No Children Elizabeth CONSTABLE
    4. Has No Children Robert CONSTABLE
    5. Has No Children Ann CONSTABLE
    6. Has No Children Jane CONSTABLE
    7. Has No Children William CONSTABLE
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