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Ancestors of a 21st century British family

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  • ID: I40121
  • Name: Leonard Hackluyt
  • Suffix: MP
  • Prefix: Sir 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1352 2
  • Death: AUG 1413 2
  • Burial: Bridgwater, Somerset: Church of the Friars Minor
  • Residence: Stoke Edith, Herefordshire 3
  • Occupation: MP
  • Note: 1 3 3 2

    Isabel Beaupre married John Longland and left three daughters and coheirs. Of these the eldest, Margaret, married Sir Leonard Hackluyt, and left a daughter who married into the Stapleton family of Shropshire and had a son Leonard. The third, Anne, married John Farwaye and left two daughters, one of whom married Thomas Berkeley. At the division of the Furneaux property in 1421, Warminster was divided between Leonard Stapleton, who received ?, and Thomas Berkeley, who received ?.
    [But the the daughter who married into the Stapleton family was not by Sir Leonard Hackluyt, according to Richardson.]
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    See: J.S. Roskell, House of Commons 1386?1421 3 (1992): 265?267 (biog. of Leonard Hakluyt)]. This source alleges that Margaret Longland, wife of Leonard Hakluyt, had no issue, but the Somerset Visitation indicates they had a daughter who had a son and heir, Leonard Stapleton. I believe the Visitation is correct on this point.
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    His will mentions no offspring.
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    HEREFORDSHIRE SOMERSET i385, 1388 (Feb.), 1394 1404 (Oct.), 1406 6.0.1352, s. of Sir Edmund Hakluyt f of Longford, Herefs. by Emma, wid. of John Berenger of Shipton Bellinger, Hants, m. by 1394, Margaret (rf.1414), da. and h. of Sir ...
    (The History of Parliament: House of Commons, 1386-1421. J. S. Roskell. 1993.)
  • _UID: 796EA058F417476C892A4DD160AF37661AEB
  • Change Date: 1 MAR 2013

    Father: Edmund Hakluyt b: ABT 1280
    Mother: Emma

    Marriage 1 Margaret Longland
    • Married: BEF 1394 2

    Sources:
    1. Type: Book
      Periodical: Victoria County History of Wiltshire
    2. Type: Book
      Periodical: The History of Parliament
      Author: J S Roskell
      URL: http://www.history.ac.uk/hop/
    3. Text: Douglas Richardson
      douglasrichardson@hotmail.com
      royalancestry@msn.com
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