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Huddleston Name Study

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This is a One Name Study to collect together in one place everything about the surname Huddleston and its variants. The hope is that other researchers like you will join our study to help make it a valuable reference point for people studying lines that cross or intersect. Please contact the project leader, add categories to your profiles, add your questions to the bulletin board, add details of your name research, etc.

Get with me as I have a what I am calling the complete Huddleston Family tree beginning in 900AD to present and I am still adding family lines to it as information comes in. I am looking for anyone that has family history information on the Huddleston's and that they are willing to share. Thanks

Thanks for creating this page! Whilst working on the pre-1500s Huddleston I set up a freespace page to track the different sources and versions of lineage. It was too bulky to put here. I have some merges and cleanup still going on described on that page.

Feel free to add to it or correct it but please, only primary or solid secondary sources, nothing randomly found on the internet. I know there are some Inquisition Post Mortems and other documents that researchers have referenced that I could not find so any good contributions are welcome!





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116. ALICE, LATE THE WIFE OF RICHARD DE HODELESTON or DE HUDELESTON

Writ, 20 March, 11 Edward III. CUMBERLAND. Inq. Monday after Palm Sunday, 11 Edward III. Millum. The manor (extent given), including a park, another park called Ulfhou, a plot called Aunays, 12s. 4d. yearly from tenants who hold shielings at Bretby, 13s. 6d. yearly from tenants at Botil, and 11s. 9d. yearly from tenants at Satherton, held for her life of the manor of Egermund for a knight’s fee, and by service of 13s. 4d. yearly; which manor of Egermund is of the inheritance of John de Multon, lately deceased, who held of the king in chief, whose lands and tenements, because Alice late his wife is pregnant, are in the king’s hand. John, son of the said Richard, aged 32 years and more, is next heir of all the above. C. Edw. III. File 50. (27.) C1338 BHO

posted by Steven Broadley
Sir Miles was son of Sir Brian Stapleton; in 1428 he was a commissioner to look after the beacons of Norfolk; in 1457 conveyed the manor of South Cove in Suffolk, to William Calthorp, Esq. who married Elizabeth his daughter, which lordship he bought of Ralph Estley, Esq. and Julian his wife; and in the first of Edward IV. that of Kessingland in Suffolk, on his brother Brian, and was knight of the shire in parliament in the 28th of Henry VI. and at his death, September 30, 1466, left 2 daughters and coheirs, by Catharine, his 2d wife, Elizabeth and Joan: by his last will, he devised all his goods, chattels, and moveables, to be dispensed to pious uses, and all his manors to his feoffees, Thomas Betts, Humphrey Forster, John Heydon, John Fyncham, &c. for 4 years, to raise money for almes-deeds, for his soul's health; and by his testament in 1444, wherein he styles himself Miles Stapleton, Esq. of Ingham, he gives legacies to this priory, this church, and that of Waxham, to the Friars-preachers of Yarmouth, and Norwich, &c. appoints the Lady Catharine, his wife, Lady Ela Brewes, John Fastolf, Edmund Clere of Stokesby, Esq. Symon Gunnore, &c. executors; Thomas Bishop of Norwich, and William Earl of Suffolk, supervisors: proved December 21, 1466, by William Pykenham, LL. D. commissary of Thomas Archbishop of Canterbury, having bona notabilia; he died seized of this lordship, and those of Horsey, Waxham, Lammas, and Sterston in Norfolk; Weybread in Suffolk; Bedal, Cotherston, and Askham, Brian in Yorkshire.

Catharine, his widow, remarried Sir Richard Harcourt of Ellenhale in Staffordshire; and, on January 2, in the 7th of Edward IV. Sir Richard, and Dame Catharine his wife, received of Sir William Calthorp of Burnham Thorp, 80l. sterling in full for the farm of the manor of Ingham, for 2 years, due at St. Michaelmas last past.

Sir Rich. was father of Chris. Harcourt, Esq. by Edith his first wife, who married Joane, the youngest daughter and coheir of Sir Miles Stapleton; (fn. 5)5. Joan, after the death of Christopher Harcourt, married Sir John Hudleston of Millum castle in Cumberland, and occurs his wife in the 4th of Henry VII.

posted by Steven Broadley
6 Henry V.

¶Robert Urswyk, sheriff of Lancashire, Cecily, widow of Roger de Fulthorp, chivaler, John de Morden, executors of the will of Roger de Fulthorp, Sir Richard de Hodeliston, of Millum, chivaler, and Katharine, his wife, Roger Tomlynson, Sir Richard Tempest, kt., Thomas de Syngleton, Geoffrey de Boolde, esq., Sir Henry de Hoghton, kt., Adam de Huylton, Rowland Thorneburgh, Richard, son of Sir William de Hoghton, kt., the Abbot of the Monastery of St. Mary of Furness, Sir Robert Lawrence, kt., John de Wodehouse, chaplain, and Roger, son of Sir Richard de Kirkeby, kt., and Isabella, his wife.

posted by Steven Broadley
September 1338 Egremound [the rest as at page 478 above]. There are also assigned 13s. 4d. yearly rent of John de Hodleston for the manor of Milun, 13s. 4d.
posted by Steven Broadley
In 1342 Robert de Clitheroe paid 13s. 4d. for the thegnage estate, formerly Thomas de Hulton's, in this town. (fn. 25) He had been married to Sibyl daughter of Richard de Hodleston, in 1331, made a settlement of his estates in 1340, and died before December 1343, when his feoffees delivered two-thirds of the manor and other estates to his son Robert and onethird to his widow. (fn. 26) The marriage of Robert de Clitheroe was acquired by Adam de Hoghton, who married him to his sister Sibyl, relict of William de Bold. The issue of the marriage was an only daughter Sibyl, upon whom her father settled his manor and estates in 1362, and married her to Richard son of John de Radcliffe of Ordsall. (fn. 27) In 1371 he and his wife had licence for an oratory at Salesbury. He died in 1375, and his son-in-law Radcliffe in 1380, leaving issue Joan de Radcliffe, born about 1379. (fn. 28) Sibyl widow of Richard de Radcliffe afterwards married Richard Mauleverer of Beamsley, and after his death without issue by her married for her third husband, in 1386, Roger de Fulthorpe, kt., a judge of Common Pleas, who was attainted of treason in 1388 and exiled to Ireland, where he died in 1392, leaving issue by a former marriage only. (fn. 29)
posted by Steven Broadley
added a freespace page, linked above to track lineage of the Huddlestons of Millom, Cumberland
posted by Brad Stauf
Hello I'm new but my Gma was Minnie May Huddleston Robins. My Great Gpa was George Huddleston.Hope these are the family I've been checking on. Thank you Nancy Robins
posted by Nancy (Robins) Harrel
edited by Nancy (Robins) Harrel
Hello Terry,

Yes I would love to get the Valentine information. Im not sure on the Huddleston DNA study but I did do mine through it. Sorry for the super late response. I havent been on Wikitree in a long time. You can send the info to [email address removed] I will also be posting it to the website https://huddlestonfamilyhist.wixsite.com/hfhrc

posted by Alan Huddleston
Hi Alan,

I have an interest in the Huddleston Family as all my Y-DNA testing shows me closely related to many Huddlestons who seem never to have been in any reasonable geographic proximity to my Linthicums in Early American and Colonial History. I have quite a bit of information compiled on a Valentine Huddleston which I would be happy to send to you if you want to take the time to format it to fit on this Wiki Tree which drives me crazy trying to work with it.

What do you know about the Huddleston DNA study; did it go belly Up?

Look forward to hearing from you.

Terry Linthicum

posted by Terry Linthicum