Name: William De Hoo
Death: 22 NOV 1410
Occupation: Lieutenant of Calais
Change Date: 10 NOV 2005
Reunited the inheritances of St Leger and Hoo.
He was a person of much importance in the reigns of Edward 111, Richard 11 and Henry IV. Took a notably part in the 100 years war and in 1387 was Captain of the Castle of Oye/Picardy.
12 March 1405 he was sent by Henry IV as ambassador to Margeruite of Flanders, Duchess of Bourgogne on Dutch affairs and signed trading treaty with Flanders the next year he was made lieutenant of Calais.
In 1407 he was called to treaty with France.
His great seal incorporates St Leger and Hoo arms.
Father: Thomas De Hoo b: ABT 1310 in Litcham, Norfolk
Mother: Isabelle De St Leger b: 16 JUN 1320 in Holcote, Northants
Alice De St Omer
- Thomas De Hoo b: ABT 1396
- Margaret Hoo
- Type: Web Site
Title: Stirnet Genealogy
Author: Patrick Barns-Graham