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Sir William Hastings (ex.1483)

Sir William HASTINGS (1430-1483)

Lord Hastings.

Son of Sir Leonard Hastings(q.v.) and Alice Camoys. (Clay pp.100-1)

= 2 Katherine Neville, daughter of Richard Neville, Earl of Salisbury(q.v.), and widow of William Bonville, Lord Harrington(q.v.). (ibid.)

Children: Edward(q.v.). (ibid.)

Richard. (Clay p.101)

William(q.v.). (ibid.)

Anne = George Talbot, 4th Earl of Shrewsbury(q.v.). (P.M.K.p.210)

Stepdaughter Cecily = (1474) Thomas Grey, Earl of Huntingdon. (P.P.P.p.73 & Ross p.336)

A retainer of the Duke of York. (Clay p.101)

On Edward’s Councils 1461, 1461-70 and 1471-83. (C.N.p.311)

1455 Appointed Ranger of Ware, Shropshire, by York. (C.p.255)

28 Nov. Sheriff of Warwickshire and Leicestershire. (C.F.R.1452-61 p.144)

Nov.1459 One of those attainted at the Parliament of Coventry. (Ross p.23n)

29 Mar.1461 Knighted after Towton. (ibid.p.36)

8 May Appointed Receiver-General of Cornwall for life. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.9)

10 May On a commission of oyer and terminer for York. (ibid.p.30)

On a commission of array for Derbyshire. (ibid.p.562)

11 May He and Sir Ralph Hastings(q.v.) were appointed Constables of Rokyngham

Castle, Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.13)

22 May Appointed Master of the Mint. (ibid.p.26)

13 Jun. Summoned to attend Parliament on 4 November. (C.C.R.1461-68 p.61)

16 Jun. On a commission to arrest Thomas Thludes. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.34)

18 Jun. On a commission to arrest certain men in Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.37)

20 Jun. On a commission to seize the lands and possessions of Sir Thomas Thorpe(q.v.)

and Sir Thomas Tresham(q.v.). (ibid.p.134)

27 Jun. Created Lord Hastings. (P.M.K.p.44)

10 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.568)

13 Jul. Appointed Chamberlain of North Wales. (ibid.p.26)

16 Jul. On commissions of the peace for Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland.

(ibid. pp.566, 568 & 570)

31 Jul. Appointed Chamberlain of North Wales. (ibid. p.130)

1 Aug. Involved in a charter of the goods and chattels of Thomas and Edith Gregory

of Marlborough. (C.C.R.1461-68 p.137)

Aug. Left London with Edward’s party. They went to Canterbury, Sandwich, Arundel

and Salisbury. (Ross p.48)

4 Sep. The party arrived in Bristol. (ibid.)

5 Sep. On a commission of oyer and terminer for Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Somerset,

Worcestershire, Staffordshire and Bristol. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.65)

9 Sep. At the execution of Sir Baldwin Fulford(q.v.). (Ross p.48)

13 Nov. On a commission of array for Yorkshire. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.66)

9 Dec. He and Roger Ree(q.v.) were granted the collation to the next vacant prebend in

St.Stephen’s Chapel. (ibid. p.78)

1461-83 Grand Chamberlain of the Household. (Clay p.101)

Feb.1462 At the interment of York and Edmund at Bisham Abbey. (P.M.K.p.49)

10 Feb. Given the lordship, etc. of Hastings by Thomas Hoo and others.

(C.C.R.1461-68 pp.92-3)

12 Feb. On a commission of oyer and terminer for many counties. (C.P.R.1461-67 pp.132-3)

17 Feb. Granted lands in Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Rutland including the estates of

Wiltshire, Somerset and Roos. (ibid.p.9 & C.N.p.208 n)

20 May On commissions of the peace for Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

(C.P.R.1461-67 pp.562 & 569)

Jun. He and Sir John Howard(q.v.) took Alnwick after besieging it. (Cp.104 n4)

23 Jun. Empowered to receive persons into the King’s grace at his discretion.

(C.P.R.1461-67 p.190)

8 Jul. On a commission to demise at farm for 20 years or less all lands in Devon and

Cornwall belonging to the Duchy of Lancaster. (ibid.p.201)

4 Oct. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.568)

15 Oct. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.569)

21 Nov. On a commission of oyer and terminer for Northumberland. (ibid.p.233)

26 Feb.1463 Appointed Receiver-general of the Duchy of Cornwall for life. (ibid.p.221)

1 Mar. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.568)

2 Mar. On a commission of the peace for Derbyshire. (ibid.p.562)

1 Apr. On commissions of the peace for Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

(ibid.pp.562 & 569)

19 May Involved in the quitclaim of the manor of Legh, Rutland, by John Cheselden.

(C.C.R.1461-68 p.190)

8 Jun. On a commission of oyer and terminer for London and Middlesex.

(C.P.R.1461-67 p.279)

22 Jun. Involved in the quitclaim of the manor of Lyghe, Rutland, by William Chesilden.

(C.C.R.1461-68 p.178)

7 Aug. At Fotheringay, from where he wrote to Jean de Lannoy, Franco-Burgundian

agent, about the Scots, who would regret having helped Henry. (Ross p.54)

8 Aug. On commissions of the peace for Rutland and Sussex.

(C.P.R.1461-67 pp.570 & 574)

20 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Kesteven. (ibid. p.567)

8 Feb.1464 On a commission of oyer and terminer for Gloucestershire, Somerset, Dorset,

Wiltshire, Berkshire, Devon, Cornwall, Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex, Kent and

Bristol. (ibid. p.304)

27 Mar. On a commission of oyer and terminer for Kent. (ibid.p.346)

5 Apr. On commissions of the peace for Leicestershire and Northamptonshire.

(ibid.pp.566 & 568)

13 Apr. He and Elizabeth Woodville signed an agreement whereby her son, Thomas,

would marry a Hastings daughter. (M.C.p.103)

12 Aug. On a commission of the peace for Kesteven. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.567)

13 Aug. Given instructions about the kind of coins that he should mint. (ibid.p.370)

26 Oct. Granted Belvoir and lands in Lincolnshire and Leicestershire. (ibid.pp.352 & 354)

9 Nov. Granted the honours of Peverell, Boulogne and Hagenes. (ibid.p.353)

25 Jan.1465 On a commission of oyer and terminer for Gloucestershire, Worcestershire,

Somerset, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and Leicestershire.

(ibid. p.303)

14 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Kesteven. (ibid.p.567)

15 Mar. Comptroller at the banquet given by George Neville(q.v.) to celebrate his

enthronement as Archbishop of York. (P.M.K.p.59)

28 Mar. On a commission with Warwick(q.v.) to treat for an alliance with Charles of

Burgundy. (S.F.II p.696)

16 Apr. Appointed Master of the Mint for 12 years. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.433)

early May On an embassy to Burgundy with Warwick(q.v.) and Wenlock(q.v.). (Ross p.95)

8 May On an embassy to treat with Louis, Charles and Francis of Brittany.

(S.F.II p.696)

15 May On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.568)

25 May One of those granted the lands of Sir Thomas Tresham(q.v.) in Northampton.

(ibid. p.470)

26 May He, Wenlock(q.v.) and Warwick(q.v.) were still on embassy to Burgundy.

(M.C.p.116)

18 Jun. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.568)

5 Aug. On a commission of oyer and terminer for Warwickshire. (ibid. p.491)

28 Aug. On a commission of oyer and terminer touching all treasons, etc. committed in

Warwickshire by Richard Verney and others. (ibid. p.489)

6 Nov. On a commission of oyer and terminer for London and Middlesex. (ibid.p.490)

9 Nov. He and Thomas Vaughan were granted the presentation to the next vacant prebend

in St.Stephen’s chapel. (ibid. p.463)

25 Jan.1466 On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.568)

20 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.574)

22 Feb. Granted three messuages in St.Michael’s parish, London. (ibid.p.482)

20 Mar. On a commission to investigate a claim of non-payment of rents and revenues in

Caernarvonshire. (ibid.p.529)

22 Mar. He, Warwick(q.v.) and Wenlock(q.v.) headed an embassy to negotiate with

Burgundy and France. (Ross p.107)

15 Apr. The embassy met Charles of Charolais at Boulogne. (ibid.)

14 May On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.569)

17 May On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.574)

3 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.569)

18 Jul. On a commission of oyer and terminer for Hampshire, Somerset, Dorset, Devon,

Wiltshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Bristol and Southampton.

(ibid.pp.529-30)

18 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.569)

Dec. He, Rivers(q.v.) and Stillington(q.v.) led the English side in talks with the visiting

Burgundian embassy. (Ross p.108)

27 Jan.1467 Appointed Steward of Haliwell, Lincolnshire, and Stretton, Rutland.

(C.P.R.1461-67 p.540)

18 Feb. On commissions of the peace for Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

(ibid. pp.562 & 569)

3 Mar. On a commission of the peace for Derbyshire. (ibid.p.562)

8 May On a commission of the peace for Leicestershire. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.618)

8 Jun. A witness to the delivery of the Great Seal to Edward by George Neville,

Archbishop of York. (C.C.R.1461-68 pp.456-7)

1 Jul. Settlement of the action taken against him and others by William

Stephens(q.v.) over the manor of Ashby de la Zouche, Leicestershire.

(www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/fines/abstracts/CP_25_1_126_78.shtml)

9 Aug. Granted lands for good service against the rebels. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.26)

20 Sep. One of those appointed to negotiate the marriage of Margaret and Charles of

Charolais (S.F.II p.698)

3 Nov. Settlement of his action against Sir Ralph Boteler(q.v.) and his wife,

Alesia(q.v.), deforciants of the manors of Bagworth and Thornton and

500 acres of land, 200 acres of meadow, 400 acres of pasture and 200 acres

of wood in Bagworth, Thornton and Desford, Leicestershire.

(www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/fines/abstracts/CP_25_1_126_78.shtml)

3 Nov. Settlement of his action against Sir John Lovell(q.v.) and his wife,

Joan(q.v.), deforciants of the manors of Bagworth and Thornton and

500 acres of land, 200 acres of meadow, 400 acres of pasture and 200 acres

of wood in Bagworth, Thornton and Desford, Leicestershire.

16 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.623)

3 Jan.1468 On a commission of oyer and terminer for Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire,

Staffordshire, Shropshire and Herefordshire. (ibid.p.55)

13 Feb. On a commission of oyer and terminer for Warwickshire, Worcestershire,

Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire and Herefordshire.

(ibid.p.70)

16 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

19 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Kesteven. (ibid.p.620)

16 Mar. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.623)

28 Mar. Granted £166 13s 4d. (ibid.p.85)

23 Apr. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

19 May He and John Parr(q.v.) were granted the presentation to the next vacant canonry

and prebend in the King’s free chapel in the Palace of Westminster.

6 Jun. Distributor of tax allowances in Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire.

(C.F.R.1461-71 pp.232 & 233)

20 Jun. On a commission of oyer and terminer for London. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.103)

3 Jul. On a commission of oyer and terminer for Middlesex, Surrey and Sussex.

(ibid.p.102)

18 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Kesteven. (ibid.p.620)

3 Aug. On a commission of oyer and terminer for Devon and Cornwall. (ibid.p.127)

19 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.624)

20 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.624)

20 Mar.1469 On commissions of the peace for Derbyshire and Lindsey. (ibid.pp.611 & 621)

8 Apr. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.623)

11 Apr. Involved in the gift of the goods and chattels of John Swancote of Bristol.

(C.C.R.1468-76 p.92)

14 Apr. Appointed Steward and Surveyor of Fotheringay Castle, receiving 100s a year.

(C.P.R.1467-77 p.154)

26 Apr. On a commission of the peace for Leicestershire. (ibid.p.618)

15 May On a commission to enquire into diverse treasons, insurrections, felonies and

other offences committed by Thomas Taillour in the parish of Cundell,

Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.170)

22 May On a commission of oyer and terminer for Yorkshire, Cumberland and Westmoreland and the city of York. (ibid.pp.170-1)

8 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

12 Aug. Appointed Chamberlain of North Wales. (ibid.p.165)

20 Aug. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.623)

4 Sep. One of those appointed auditors of the Duchy of Cornwall. (ibid.p.197)

Oct. With Edward when he entered London. (Hammond p.11)

25 Oct. He and John Parr(q.v.) were granted the presentation of the next vacant prebend in

St.George’s Chapel, Windsor. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.176)

27 Oct. A witness to Henry Percy’s oath to Edward. (C.C.R.1468-76 p.100)

29 Oct. On commissions of array for Huntingdonshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Rutland, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire and Leicestershire. (ibid.pp.195-6)

21 Dec. He, John Kendal, Cofferer(q.v.), Sir John Say(q.v.), John Catesby(q.v.) and

others received seisin of two tenements in Cripplegate. (Ricardian 72 p.321)

8 Feb.1470 On commissions of array for Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire.

(C.P.R.1467-77 p.199)

28 Feb. On a commission of array for Huntingdonshire. (ibid.p.199)

6 Mar. One of those who rode with Edward from London to Waltham Abbey.

(P.M.K.p.81)

7 Mar. At Waltham Abbey with Edward’s party when news reached them of Sir Robert

Welles’ call to arms. (Ross p.140)

26 Mar. On a commission of array for Staffordshire. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.219)

14 Apr. With Edward when the Yorkists reached Exeter. (Hammond p.20)

27 Apr. Granted the next presentation to the parish church of Scrayngham, in the diocese

of York. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.207)

3 May On commissions of the peace for Kesteven and Nottinghamshire.

(ibid.pp.620 & 624)

Jul. Commanded to join Edward with as many men as he could muster. (P.M.K.p.74)

11 Jul. On a commission of oyer and terminer for Lincolnshire. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.221)

12 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.623)

late Jul. At Nottingham with Edward and Richard waiting for reinforcements. (P.M.K.p.75)

Summer Went north with Edward, Richard and a small force to put down a rising.

(ibid.p.85)

12 Aug. Left York for Ripon with Edward and Richard. (Ross p.152)

in Sep. Was gathering a force of men in Lancashire. (P.M.K.p.77)

7 Sep. On commissions of the peace for Kesteven, Lindsey and Nottinghamshire.

(C.P.R.1467-77 pp.620, 621 & 624)

mid Sep. With the army at Doncaster, when word arrived of Montagu’s defection. He told his

men, of whom he had 3,000, to surrender. (Hammond p.36)

30 Sep. With Edward’s party when they reached Lynn. (P.M.K.p.87)

2 Oct. Set sail for Burgundy. (ibid.)

13 Oct. With Edward at The Hague. (Hammond p.39)

7 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.633)

9 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.624)

16 Nov. On commissions of the peace for Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire.

(ibid.pp.623 & 624)

28 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Kesteven. (ibid.p.620)

14 Dec. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.623)

27 Jan.1471 Appointed Constable of Nottingham Castle, with other offices. (ibid.pp.310-1)

mid.Feb. Supervising the victualling and equipping of a fleet and army at Flushing.

(P.M.K.p.88)

28 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.623)

2 Mar. With the Yorkists when they sailed from Flushing. (M.C.p.155)

14 Mar. Landed at Ravenspur with Edward. (C.p.38)

3 Apr. With Edward when he met Clarence three miles from Warwick. (Hammond p.64)

10 Apr. With Edward when he marched through Billingsgate with the army. (ibid.p.70)

14 Apr. Commanded the Yorkist left at Barnet, which broke under a flank attack by

Oxford(q.v.). (C.D.N.B. and Seymour pp.157-8)

26 Apr. On a commission of array for Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and

Warwickshire. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.284)

4 May He and Dorset(q.v.) commanded the Yorkist rearguard at Tewkesbury.

(C.p.79 n.10 and P.M.K.p.111)

11 May On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.623)

21 May Entered London in the procession with Edward and Richard (P.M.K.p.104)

22 May With Edward and the army as they went into Kent. (Hammond p.112)

12 Jun. On a commission of the peace for Huntingdonshire. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.617)

20 Jun. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

26 Jun. On a commission of the peace for Derbyshire. (ibid.p.611)

3 Jul. One of those who took their oaths to Prince Edward. (C.C.R.1468-76 p.229)

8 Jul. One of those appointed to administer the Principality of Wales, the Duchy of

Cornwall and the County of Chester until Prince Edward should be 14 years of

age. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.283)

On a commission of the peace for Staffordshire. (ibid.p.630)

11 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.624)

17 Jul. Appointed Lieutenant of Calais. (Ross p.181)

21 Aug. On commissions of the peace for Holland, Kesteven and Lindsey.

(C.P.R.1467-77 pp.619, 620 & 621)

6 Dec. On commissions of the peace for Sussex and Warwickshire. (ibid.pp.633 & 634)

8 Dec. On commissions of the peace for Lindsey and Nottinghamshire. (ibid.pp.623 & 624)

16 Feb.1472 On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.624)

18 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Kesteven. (ibid.p.620)

24 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Derbyshire. (ibid.p.611)

25 Feb. Granted custody of all castles, etc. which Elizabeth, late the wife of Sir John

Harrington and of William Bonville, held in dower, during the minority of Cecily,

kinswoman and heiress of John and William. (ibid.p.311)

On a commission of the peace for the North Riding. (ibid.p.637)

27 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Lindsey. (ibid.p.621)

29 Feb. One of those given the power to treat with Charles of Burgundy. (S.F.II p.703)

7 Mar. On commissions of array for Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Derbyshire,

Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland, Staffordshire and Sussex.

(C.P.R.1467-77 pp.349-351)

11 Mar. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

5 May On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

28 May On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.623)

mid Received Lord Gruuthuise at Windsor, and attended the festivities to celebrate his

visit. (C.pp.146-7)

16 Jun. One of those commissioned to decide the boundaries of Picardy with the

Burgundians. (S.F.II p.703)

2 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Staffordshire. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.630)

30 Aug. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

18 Sep. On a commission of the peace for Warwickshire. (ibid.p.634)

7 Oct. One of those granted the presentation of the next vacant canonry and prebend in

St.Stephen’s in the Palace of Westminster. (ibid.p.363)

18 Nov. Settlement of the action taken by him and others against William Heton(q.v.)

and his wife, Dorothy(q.v.), deforciants of the manor Backnoe,

Bedfordshire, and 7 messuages, 404 acres of land, 16 acres of meadow,

200 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood and 44s ¼d of rent in Bolnhurst,

Keysoe, Riseley, Sharnbrook, Wilden, Ravensden, Colmworth, Thurleigh,

Pertenhall and Little Staughton, Bedfordshire.

(www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/fines/abstracts/CP_25_1_6_82.shtml)

20 Nov. On commissions of the peace for Holland, Kesteven and Lindsey.

(C.P.R. 1467-77 pp.619-621)

19 Jan.1473 Left England at the head of an embassy to Duke Charles of Burgundy to discuss

how the war with France should be waged. (Ross p.209)

24 Jan. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.624)

26 Jan. He and the ambassadors met Charles at Ghent. Little progress was made due to

Charles’ trying to seize the Duchy of Guelders. (Ross p.209)

20 Feb. One of those appointed tutors and councillors to Prince Edward.

(C.P.R.1467-77 p.366)

4 Apr. On commissions of the peace for Northamptonshire and Staffordshire.

(ibid.pp.623 & 630)

20 May One of those commissioned to attend talks in Bruges with the Burgundians.

(S.F.II p.704)

28 May On a commission of the peace for Kesteven. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.620)

31 May On commissions of oyer and terminer for Warwickshire, Nottinghamshire,

Derbyshire and Staffordshire. (ibid.pp.403)

21 Jun. On a commission to take into the King’s hands all castles, etc. of the late Sir Thomas

Harrington and Sir John Harrington belonging to the King due to the minority

of Sir John’s daughters, Anne and Elizabeth, and to remove Sir James Harrington

and Sir Robert Harrington, who had taken possession of them. (ibid.pp.426-7)

8 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Warwickshire. (ibid.p.634)

27 Jul. A witness to the delivery of the Great Seal to Edward. (C.C.R.1468-76 p.320)

18 Aug. On a commission to enquire into money owed to the Crown in Leicestershire which

had not been fully paid for a long time. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.405)

11 Sep. One of those licensed for the alienation in mortmain of the church of Henour.

(ibid.p.410)

4 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

18 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.624)

5 Dec. On a commission of the peace for Huntingdonshire. (ibid.p.617)

7 Dec. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

12 Dec. On a commission of the peace for Derbyshire. (ibid.p.611)

4 Jan.1474 On a commission of the peace for Huntingdonshire. (ibid.p.617)

12 Feb. On commissions of the peace for Staffordshire and Warwickshire.

(ibid.pp.630 & 634)

23 Apr. On a commission de walliis et fossatis for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.462)

16 May One of those granted the collation to the next vacant canonry and prebend in

St.Stephen’s Church, in the Palace of Westminster. (ibid.p.439)

18 May On commissions of the peace for Huntingdonshire and Kesteven.

(ibid.pp.617 & 630)

8 Jul. Exemplification, at his request, of the tenour of a provision that an Act of

Resumption in the Parliament which began on 6 October 1473 should not be

prejudicial to him or his wife. (ibid.p.449)

16 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

31 Jul. Granted manors, etc. in Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire in payment

of £1,666 13s 4d due to him from the King. (ibid.p.460)

12 Aug. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.624)

13 Aug. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

16 Aug. Involved in the gift of the goods and chattels of William Dabeney of London.

(C.C.R.1468-76 p.380)

22 Sep. On a commission of the peace for Warwickshire. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.634)

24 Sep. On commissions of the peace for Devon, Gloucestershire, Somerset and

Worcestershire. (ibid.pp.612, 615, 628 & 636)

24 Oct. On a commission of the peace for Leicestershire (ibid.p.618)

8 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Holland. (ibid.p.619)

24 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

2 Mar.1475 Appointed Constable of Nottingham Castle. (ibid.p.488)

12 Mar. On a commission of the peace for Leicestershire. (ibid.p.618)

20 Mar. Granted the advowson of a perpetual chantry in St.Paul’s, London. (ibid.p.506)

12 May Licensed to grant his lands as he was about to go to France with the army.

(ibid.pp.516-7)

8 Jun. Sir John Scotte(q.v.), Sir John Donne(q.v.) and Thomas Thwaytes(q.v.) were

commissioned to take muster of 104 archers of his retinue at any convenient place

near Calais. (ibid.p.551)

Summer With the army in France, accompanied by 2 lords, 9 knights, 58 esquires and 20

gentlemen. He was one of Edward’s councillors in his dealings with Louis, who gave him a pension of 2,000 crowns a year. (C.p.255 & P.M.K.p.116-7)

26 Aug. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.624)

29 Aug. With Edward at Picquigny. (M.C.p.205)

8 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Lindsey. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.621)

10 Nov. On commissions of the peace for Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Holland, Kesteven,

Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire, Sussex and Warwickshire.

(ibid.pp.611, 618, 619, 620, 623, 624, 630, 633 & 634)

12 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Huntingdonshire. (ibid.p.617)

18 Jan.1476 On a commission of the peace for Derbyshire. (ibid.p.611)

14 Feb. On a commission of the peace for the North Riding. (ibid.p.637)

11 Jun. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.624)

15 Jun. On commissions of the peace Northamptonshire and Sussex. (ibid.pp.623 & 633)

Jul. At the re-interment of York and Rutland at Fotheringay. (M.C.pp.221-2)

15 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (C.P.R.1467-77 p.633)

8 Aug. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.623)

9 Oct. Witnessed a charter granting two annual fairs to the Abbot and Convent of

Evesham. (C.P.R.1476-85 p.9)

10 Nov. On a commission of the peace for the North Riding. (ibid.p.637)

12 Nov He was one of those to whom Thomas Restwold(q.v.) released manors in

Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire.

(www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64199)

15 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire.

(C.P.R. 1476-85 p.623)

16 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

28 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.633)

1477 An executor of the Will of Richard Fowler of Rycote(q.v.). (H.P.p.351 n.6)

8 Jan. Appointed Master and Worker of the King’s Mints and Keeper of the King’s

Exchange. (C.P.R.1476-85 p.10)

Jan. Favoured supporting Burgundy. (Ross p.250)

4 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (C.P.R.1476-85 p.623)

Feb. At a meeting of the Great Council, it was decided to send him to reinforce the

Calais garrison with 500 men. (Ross p.251)

20 Feb. On a commission of the peace for the North Riding. (C.P.R.1476-85 p.637)

11 Mar. On a commission of the peace for Lindsey. (ibid.p.565)

28 Apr. One of those pardoned of all donations, etc. of lordships, etc. of John, Duke of

Norfolk, without licence. (ibid.p.77)

21 May On a commission of the peace for Holland. (ibid.p.564)

23 Jun. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.575)

11 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.567)

8 Dec. On a commission of the peace for Leicestershire. (ibid.p.563)

22 Dec. On a commission of the peace for Holland. (ibid.p.564)

15 Feb.1478 One of the witnesses to the charter creating Edward’s son, Edward, as Earl of

Salisbury. (ibid.pp.67-8)

23 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Staffordshire. (ibid.p.573)

26 Feb. On a commission of the peace for the North Riding. (ibid.p.579)

12 Mar. On a commission of the peace for Leicestershire. (ibid.p.563)

22 Apr. He, Richard, Cecily Neville and Edward’s daughter, Elizabeth, were granted the

collation to the next vacant prebend in the chapel of St.Stephen, in the Palace of

Westminster. (ibid.p.143)

12 May He and others were granted custody of all lordships, etc. of the late Richard

Fowler during the minority of his son, Richard. (ibid.p.99)

24 May On a commission of oyer and terminer for Kent. (ibid.p.112)

8 Jun. Granted the custody and marriage of Mary Hungerford during her minority.

(ibid.p.101)

14 Jun. On a commission of the peace for Warwickshire. (ibid.p.576)

10 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.568)

19 Jul. Granted custody of various lands in Staffordshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire,

Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire during the minority of George, son of John,

Earl of Shrewsbury. (ibid.pp.120-1)

8 Aug. He, Sir Thomas Burgh(q.v.) and Sir Thomas St.Leger(q.v.) were granted

£2,000 from the bishopric of Ely. (ibid.p.122)

5 Sep. On a commission of oyer and terminer for Yorkshire. (ibid.p.144)

22 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.575)

23 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Lindsey. (ibid.p.565)

1 Dec. On a commission of the peace for Huntingdonshire. (ibid.p.562)

1479 An executor of the Will of Sir John Pilkington(q.v.). (H.P.p.685)

5 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Warwickshire. (C.P.R.1476-85 p.576)

13 Mar. Granted the collation to the deanery in the church of Tamworth at its next

voidance. (ibid.p.155)

27 Mar. He, Richard, Lord Welles(q.v.), and Thomas, Marquis of Dorset(q.v.) were

granted the presentation to the church of All Hallows in Thomas Street, London,

at the next voidance. (ibid.p.152)

12 Apr. On a commission of the peace for Kesteven. (ibid.p.565)

26 May On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.575)

9 Aug. On a commission of the peace for Rutland. (ibid.p.570)

18 Jun. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.568)

17 Aug. On a commission of the peace for Huntingdonshire. (ibid.p.562)

11 Sep. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.568)

12 Sep. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.575)

23 Sep. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.575)

5 Nov. One of those granted the collation to the next vacant prebend in the chapel of

St.Stephen in the Palace of Westminster. (ibid.p.174)

13 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Kesteven. (ibid.p.565)

20 Nov. The farmers, occupiers, receivers, tenants and collectors of all assarts in

Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Huntingdonshire were

ordered to pay him and his brother, Ralph(q.v.), £70 10s a year out of the issues

and profits of the above. (C.C.R.1476-85 pp.144-5)

1480 He was an executor of the Will of Anne Neville, Duchess of

Buckingham(q.v.). (Logge I pp.59-60)

13 Feb.1480 On a commission of oyer and terminer for London. (C.P.R.1476-85 p.183)

15 May On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.567)

24 May Commissions for his transportation to take him and his company to Calais.

(ibid.p.214)

4 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Huntingdonshire. (ibid.p.562)

12 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.575)

20 Aug. One of the witnesses to charter in Southampton. (ibid.p.230)

20 Sep. He, Richard and Morton(q.v.) were appointed surveyors of the Will Lady Latimer.

(C.C.R.1476-85 p.754)

27 Oct. On a commission of the peace for Huntingdonshire. (C.P.R.1476-85 p.562)

Nov. One of those in charge of the arrangements for the christening of Princess

Bridget. (Jenkins p.128)

9 Nov. On a commission of the peace for the North Riding. (C.P.R.1476-85 p.579)

11 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Staffordshire. (ibid.p.573)

27 Nov. On commissions of the peace for Holland and Northamptonshire. (ibid. p.564 & 567)

30 Nov. On a commission of the peace for the North Riding. (ibid.p.579)

3 Dec. One of those pardoned of trespass without licence in acquiring the manors of

Beeley, Worcestershire, and Wykewone, Gloucestershire, from Elizabeth Wake in

fulfilment of her Will. (ibid.p.233)

4 Jan.1481 On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.575)

10 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Rutland. (ibid.p.570)

11 Feb. On commissions of the peace for Derbyshire and Leicestershire. (ibid.pp.557 & 563)

12 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.567)

18 Feb. One of those pardoned of all alienations, donations and perquisitions of the

manor of Little Maldon. (ibid.p.235)

11 Mar. Appointed Parker of Nottingham Park. (ibid.p.268)

15 Apr. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.567)

20 May Settlement of the action taken by him and others against Lady Maud

Willoughby(q.v.), deforciant of the manor of Bleasby, Nottinghamshire,

and 2 messuages, 4 tofts, 100 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow, 60 acres

of pasture and 29s of rent in Bleasby, Goverton and Gibsmere.

(www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/fines/abstracts/CP_25_1_186_40.shtml)

28 May Granted custody of all lands, etc. of Sir Robert Green during the minority of his son,

Edward. (C.P.R. 1476-85 p.272)

10 Jun. Granted custody of all manors, etc. of Cecily, wife of Sir Robert Green, during the

minority of their son, Edward. (ibid.p.284)

20 Jun. Granted custody of lands in Cheshire and Norfolk held by the late Sir William

Trussell. (ibid.p.275)

22 Jun. Licensed to grant in mortmain the advowsons of the churches of Winstowe and

Lubenham, Leicestershire, and some lands to the Abbot and Convent of Sulby,

Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.276)

27 Jun. Made his Will. (Clay p.101)

3 Sep. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (C.P.R.1461-67 p.568)

7 Oct. On a commission of the peace for Derbyshire. (ibid.p.557)

28 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Warwickshire. (ibid.p.576)

5 Dec. On a commission of the peace for Sussex. (ibid.p.575)

7 Dec. On a commission to enquire into all escapes of felons within Hampshire. (ibid.p.263)

Christmas Given a silver dish to put hot water in, value £12, by John, Lord Howard(q.v.).

(P.M.K.p.193)

26 Jan.1482 On a commission of the peace for Leicestershire. (C.P.R.1476-85 p.563)

Feb. Given a pipe of fine wine, costing £3 6s 8d by Lord Howard. (P.M.K.p.193)

4 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Leicestershire. (C.P.R.1476-85 p.563)

27 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Holland. (ibid.p.564)

13 Mar. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (ibid.p.568)

6 Apr. One of those granted the collation to the next vacant canonry and prebend in

St.Stephen’s Chapel, Westminster. (ibid.p.301)

5 May1482 Settlement of the action taken by him and others against Thomas

Grenefeld(q.v.) and others, deforciants of various manors, lands and

rents in Hampshire.

(http://www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/fines/abstracts/CP_25_1_207_34.shtml)

28 Jun. On a commission of the peace for Warwickshire. (C.P.R. 1476-85 p.576)

Autumn On his return from Calais he was met at Dover by 500 gentlemen in white gowns,

who escorted him in honour to the King. (P.M.K.p.189)

15 Oct. On a commission of the peace for Nottinghamshire. (C.P.R.1476-85 p.568)

12 Dec. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.567)

in 1483 Commissioned Caxton to print “The Golden Legend”. (Ross p.267)

4 Jan. On a commission of the peace for Leicestershire. (C.P.R.1476-85 p.563)

26 Jan. One of those granted the collation to the next vacant canonry and prebend in

St.Stephen’s Chapel, Westminster. (ibid.p.333)

13 Feb. On a commission of the peace for Northamptonshire. (ibid.p.567)

16 Feb. One of those granted the collation to the next vacant canonry and prebend in

St.Stephen’s Chapel, Westminster. (ibid.p.342)

9 Apr. He and Dorset(q.v.) shook hands and swore to love one another at Edward’s

dying request. (P.M.K.p.162)

10 Apr. Had Lord Howard(q.v.) to dinner. (M.C.p.253)

Apr. Informed Richard of the Woodville’s usurpation after Edward’s death, and of his

own support for Richard. (P.M.K.pp.162-5)

17 Apr. Present at the moving of Edward’s body from Westminster Abbey and Syon.

(Ricardian 143 pp.372-5)

20 Apr. Attended Edward’s funeral, walking behind the beir. (Ross p.416)

27 Apr. On a commission to assess subsidies granted to Edward at the last Parliament in

Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland,

Staffordshire and Warwickshire. (C.P.R.1476-85 pp.353, 354-5)

30 Apr. On hearing of the Woodville’s flight into sanctuary, he wrote a message of

reassurance to Thomas Rotherham, Archbishop of York and Chancellor(q.v.).

(Ross p.179)

Apr./May Opposed the Woodvilles and defended Richard’s capture of Rivers.

(P.M.K.pp.168-70 & 180)

1 May Up early, to meet those who wanted information, advice and support on hearing of

the Woodville’s going into sanctuary. Defended Richard’s actions at Stony Stratford

to a group of Lords. At the end of the day he sent word to Richard that his actions

had been approved and that he could come to London. (P.M.K.p.180)

2 May Richard wrote to him, the Mayor and Aldermen of London, that he would enter

the city on the 4th. (ibid.p.181)

14 May On commissions of the peace for Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Holland, Kesteven,

Lindsey, Nottinghamshire, Rutland and the North Riding.

(C.P.R.1476-85 pp.557, 563, 564, 565, 568, 570 & 579)

mid May Supported the proposal of continuing Richard’s Protectorship until Prince Edward

came of age. (P.M.K.p.197)

20 May Appointed Master and Worker of the King’s Monies and Keeper of the Exchange.

(C.P.R.1476-85 p.348)

24 May On a commission of the peace for Warwickshire. (ibid.p.576)

May/Jun. Took part in official meetings at the Tower and unofficial ones at the homes of

Morton, Russell, Stanley and Rotherham. (P.M.K.p.199)

13 Jun. Arrested at a meeting in the Tower, with Stanley, Morton and others, and executed.

(Ricardian)

Jun. Buried in St.George’s Chapel, Windsor, near Edward’s grave. (P.M.K.p.209)


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