Name: John de Hodleston
Death: AFT 1311
Residence: Hudleston, Yorkshire 1
Change Date: 16 JAN 2012
A Richard Huddleston (c. 1198-1250) is said to have married Alicia, dau. of William, son of Henry, of Garthorpe. The Hudlestons had lands in Garthorpe 1223 and their later successor John de Meaux/Melsa, who had marr. Beatrix dau. of Richard, did homage to the Archbp.c.1298, for lands in Huddleston, Gowthorpe /Garthorpe and Youlthorpe, (the latter East of York) which presumably came with the marriage of Richard and Alicia and which John de Meaux had inherited with Beatrix.
This Sir Richard was the father of Richard , Beatrix (de Meaux) d c.1287,and John, c.1222-1252, who marr. Joan de Boyville, of Millom Cumberland., and probably Robert. The younger Sir Richard died childless in c.1285, when the estates went to Beatrix and her husband (though some references say he sold the lands to John and Beatrix).
In 1262 Sir Richard Huddleston obtained a license from the Dean of York to hear divine service in his private chapel in the court of Huddleston. The Manor of Huddleston passed by the marriage of Beatrix, the heiress, great granddaughter of Sir Richard, to John de Melsa (18th Edw. I, 1290.)
Father: Adam Huddleston
- Richard Huddleston
- Type: Book
Periodical: Baronia Anglica Concentrata; Or, A Concentrated Account of All the Baronies ...
Author: Thomas Christopher