Name: Hugh de Strode
Birth: ABT 1250 in Hewstock, Dorset
Residence: Chalmington 1
Change Date: 20 SEP 2006
Hugh de Strode, knight (N) of Chalmington, son and heir of Hugh de Strode and Beatrix Bitton Strode, married Beatrix, daughter of Fitchett, and their descendants were permitted to bear Arms (Gules, a lion rampant or, over all a bend ermine).
"In the sixteenth year of the reign of Edward II, this Hugh released to John Chickley and heirs land in Rigge; the same year demised land in Bowdon in the Ford and Knighton, County Wilts.
"In the seventeenth year of the reign of Edward II (1307-1327), he granted Henry Strode (O), his son, the said yearly rent for nine years of ten shillings, and after nine years, sixty shillings rent on the land he demised in Bowdon in the Ford and Knighton, County Wilts.
"This Hugh de Strode (N), is not styled at Chalmington in the old deeds referred to in the above notes, which are dated at Hewstock. Hewstock at the time was probably his residence.
Father: Hugh de Strode b: AFT 1225 in Strode, Dorset
Mother: Beatrix de Bitton
Beatrice Fitchet b: ABT 1255 in Stringston, Somerset
- Henry de Strode b: AFT 1275 in Hewstock, Dorset
- Type: Book
Periodical: History of Dorset
- Text: http://www.vnla.com/vnl/gen/mcq/Strode.htm
'Ancient Pedigrees, Evidences, and Records Collected and Drawn' by Sir John Strode, d 1636 in conjunction with notes of John Hutchins in his The History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset.