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  • ID: I55524
  • Name: Hamo de Sancta Fey 1
  • Sex: M
  • Death: BEF 1255
  • Residence: Chilton, Bucks 1
  • LVG: 1243 1
  • Note: 1

    1/2 fee in Chilton, Bucks 1242/3.
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    By the end of the 12th century the St. Fey family were tenants of one of the 2 knight's fees of Wendlebury. Walter de St. Fey gave land in Wendlebury to Thame Abbey in 1196 and his son Hamon added to his gift in 1202. (fn. 48) The Hamon who held the fee in 1243 (fn. 49) was probably the latter's son, and he appears to have died by 1255, (fn. 50) leaving his daughters, Isabel, wife of William de Grenevile, (fn. 51) and Eleanor, wife of Geoffrey de Lucy, who divided his lands. Eleanor held the fee in 1279 (fn. 52) and she was still alive in 1285. (fn. 53) The descent of the St. Fey fee in the 14th century is obscure: in 1316 it was held by a certain John son of Peter, (fn. 54) and in 1428 by William Pepyr, (fn. 55) perhaps a kinsman of the John Pepar of Wendlebury who was receiving an annual pension from Bicester Priory in the early years of Henry VI's reign.
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  • Change Date: 15 JAN 2009



    Father: Hamon de St Fey

    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
      Children
      1. Has Children Isabel de Sancta Fey

      Sources:
      1. Text: Early Charters of Buckinghamshire.
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