Name: Hugh de Segrave
Birth: 1350 in Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire
Death: 1387 in Cadby, Northamptonshire
Residence: Cadby, Northamptonshire
Occupation: Treasurer of England
Change Date: 25 APR 2007
Sir John Botetourt in 1370, after the death of his only son John, (fn. 59) settled the manor of Bordesley on himself for life with remainder of part to Hugh de Segrave and Isabel his wife and their heirs. (fn. 60) The part so assigned was the 'manor', (fn. 61) or messuage and 3 carucates of land, (fn. 62) called HAYBARN.
In 1390 Thomas Blount and Isabel his wife (presumably widow of Hugh de Segrave) joined in a settlement of the manors of Bordesley and Haybarn (henceforward usually linked together) on Sir Hugh Burnell and Joyce and her heirs.
Hugh de Segrave was the keeper of the castle at Burstwick, and the forests of Kingswood and
Filwood in Gloucestershire, under Queen Phillipa about 1369 . He had an estate at Overhall in Essex and another at Kempston, Bedfordshire, England. He died bef. 17 Jan . 1386 . WJD.
His heiress was his aunt, Sarah, mother of Nicholas Drayton (qv). But exactly what was the relationship?
By the time of Hugh?s death his nephew, 4th Baron Segrave, had died without male issue.
Father: John De Segrave b: ABT 1256
Mother: Christian De Plessy
Isabel De Botetourt