Name: Beatrice of Otterhampton 1
Death: AFT 1262
Change Date: 20 DEC 2005
The estate held by Herbert of Alfred d'Epaignes came to be known as OTTERHAMPTON manor, and was held of the honor of Nether Stowey until 1577 or later. (fn. 18) William, son of Terry of Mudford, held a fee of Nether Stowey in 1166, and was succeeded by his son Terry and by Terry's son Henry. (fn. 19) In 1216 Henry's lands were given to William of Eston, but in 1225 Henry laid claim to land in Otterhampton. (fn. 20) Beatrice of Otterhampton, probably widow of Robert of Eston, held a fee of Nether Stowey in 1262, (fn. 21) and her daughter Sarah held Otterhampton with her husband William Trivet c. 1285. (fn. 22) The estate descended with Cock in Stogursey until 1433 and may have been sold by William Trivet to Alexander Hody (d. 1461).
Robert of Eston
- Sarah Eston
- Type: Book
Periodical: Victoria County History of Somerset