Baronia Anglica Concentrata, Or, a Concentrated Account of All the Baronies Commonly Called Baronies in Fee; Deriving Their Origin from Writ of Summons, and Not from Any Specific Limited Creation, ... Whereto Is Added the Proofs of

Baronia Anglica Concentrata, Or, a Concentrated Account of All the Baronies Commonly Called Baronies in Fee; Deriving Their Origin from Writ of Summons, and Not from Any Specific Limited Creation, ... Whereto Is Added the Proofs of

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1844 edition. Excerpt: ...Dugdale) who married Sir John Salisbury, which Sir John was afterwards attainted and M Each 11 Vide Hugh de Hastings. HASTINGS.--(49 HEN. 111.) HENRY ma HAs'r1Nos" married Ada, fourth daughter of David, earl of Huntingdon, by Maud his wife, one of the sisters and coheirs, eventually, of Ranulph, earl of Chester, and shared in the division of that great inheritance. He died 1250, leaving Henry de Hastings his son and heir, who was one of the principal of the barons adhering to the party of Simon de Montfort, earl of Leicester, and had summons to the parliament called by them in the king's name the 49 Hen. III. He was the resolute governor of Kenilworth castle which held out so long against the king's army, and when it did surrender, was excepted out of the Act of Grace, called the Dictum de Kenilworth. He, however, afterwards made his peace, and was admitted to the benefit of that decree. By J oane his wife, daughter of William, sister and at length coheir to her brother George de Cantilupe, baron of Bergavenny, he had two sons, viz., John and Edmund, whereof the eldest, John de Hastings succeeded his father, and had summons to parliament from the 23 Edw. I. to the 6 Edw. II." In the 29 Edw. I. he was one of those who subscribed the famous letter ent by the barons to the pope, on which occasion he is denominated " Johannes de Hastings, Dominus de Bergavenny," thereby intimating that Bergavenny was the name of the barony by virtue of which he was called to parliament. He died circ. 1315, having been twice married. By Isabel his first wife, daughter of William, and sister and coheir to Aymer de Valence, earl of Pembroke, he had John his son and heir; also two other sons who died s.p.; and three daughters, ...show more

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