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About Anne Devereux, Countess of Pembroke

THERE ARE SOURCES FOR ROBERT HILL THAT HAVE EITHER PARENTS ROBERT AND MARGARET (CHAMPERNOWNE) HILL OR RALPH AND EDITH (MODE) HILL

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  • Alice Stourton1,2,3,4,5
  • F, #29482, b. circa 1432
  • Father Sir John (Jenkyn) Stourton2,3,4,5 d. 16 Dec 1438
  • Mother Katherine Payne4 d. 6 Mar 1473
  • Alice Stourton was born circa 1432 at of Preston Plunknett, Somersetshire, England; Age 7 in Oct 1439.2,4 She married William Daubeney, Sheriff of Cornwall, son of Sir Giles Daubeney, Sheriff of Somersetshire, Dorsetshire, Bedfordshire, & Buckinghamshire and Joan Darcy, circa 1447.4 Alice Stourton married Robert Hill, Esq., son of Raulfe (Ralph) Hill, after 2 January 1461; They had 1 son (Giles of Honiton) & 2 daughter (Margaret, wife of Sir Hugh Luttrell; & Jane, wife of Sir Nicholas Wadham).2,6,3,4,5
  • Family 1 William Daubeney, Sheriff of Cornwall b. 11 Jun 1424, d. 2 Jan 1461
  • Children
    • Eleanor Daubeny+7 b. c 1451
    • Sir Giles Daubeney, Lord Daubeney+ b. 1 Jun 1452, d. 21 May 1508
    • Ellen Daubeney+ b. c 1456
  • Family 2 Robert Hill, Esq. d. 8 Sep 1493
  • Children
    • Margaret Hill+8,2,6,3,4,5 d. b Jan 1508
    • Jane Hill+4 b. c 1475
  • Citations
  • 1.[S9196] Unknown author, The Complete Peerage, by Cokayne, Vol. IV, p. 102; Wallop Family, p. 256, 734.
  • 2.[S11572] The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, by Gerald Paget, Vol. II, p. 273.
  • 3.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 62.
  • 4.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. III, p. 283.
  • 5.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. III, p. 645-646.
  • 6.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 470.
  • 7.[S61] Unknown author, Family Group Sheets, Family History Archives, SLC.
  • 8.[S11583] The Wallop Family and Their Ancestry, by Vernon James Watney, p., 431.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p982.htm#i29482
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  • Alice STOURTON (B. Daubeney)
  • Born: Preston Plucknet, Somersetshire, England
  • Father: John STOURTON
  • Mother: Catherine PAYNE
  • Married 1: William DAUBENEY (5º B. Daubeney) ABT 1448, Somersetshire, England
  • Children:
    • 1. Eleanor DAUBENEY
    • 2. Giles DAUBENEY (6° B. Daubeney)
    • 3. James DAUBENEY
    • 4. George DAUBENEY
  • Married 2: Robert HILL of Houndston (b. ABT 1427 - d. 1493) (son of Robert Hill and Margaret Champernowne) ABT 1461
  • Children:
    • 5. Giles HILL (Sir) (m. Agnes Brent)
    • 6. Margaret HILL (b. ABT 1467 - d. 1508) (m. Sir Hugh Luttrell)
    • 7. Jane HILL (m. Sir Nicholas Wadham)
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/STOURTON.htm#Alice STOURTON (B. Daubeney)
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  • Margaret CHAMPERNOWNE
  • Born: ABT 1396, Modbury, Devonshire, England
  • Died: 1434
  • Notes: some sources says that she was daughter of Alexander Champernowne of Beer Ferrers, and not his half sister.
  • Father: Richard CHAMPERNOWNE of Modbury (Sir)
  • Mother: Catherine DAUBENEY
  • Married: Robert HILL (Sheriff of Devonshire) (d. 12 May 1444) (son of Sir Robert Hill of Shilston and Isabella Wadham) ABT 1417, Shilston, Devonshire, England
  • Children:
    • 1. Isabel HILL (m. Ralph Reskymer)
    • 2. Margaret HILL (m. Richard Fortescue of Fallapit)
    • 3. John HILL of Shilston (b. 29 May 1420)
    • 4. Robert HILL of Houndston (b. Apr 1421 - d. 1493) (m. Alice Stourton)
    • 5. William HILL (b. 20 Oct 1422)
    • 6. Elizabeth HILL (b. ABT 1422) (m. Otho Gilbert)
    • 7. Thomas HILL (b. 21 Nov 1423)
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/CHAMPERNOWNE.htm#Margaret CHAMPERNOWNE3
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  • History of the noble house of Stourton, of Stourton, in the county of Wilts; (1899) Vol. 1
  • https://archive.org/details/historyofnobleho01mowb
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/historyofnobleho01mowb#page/49/mode/1up
  • . . . . and we find William, seventh Lord Stourton, son of Edward, sixth Lord Stourton and father of the above William Stourton, of Fauntleroy's Marsh, being an overseer, and Roger Fauntleroy, an executor, to the will dated 25th November, 1539, proved [15 Spert] 30th January, 1542, of Sir Nicholas Wadham, of Merryfield, Co. Somerset, knight, who married Jane, daughter of Robert Hill, of Houndston, Somerset, by Alice, daughter of John or Jenkyn Stourton, of Preston, uncle to Sir John, first Lord Stourton, who had married Margery, daughter of Sir John Wadham, of Merryfield, knight. The will of Dame Jane Wadham, widow of Sir Nicholas Wadham, was dated 22nd July, 1557, and proved [29 Wrastley] 31st August, 1557.
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/historyofnobleho01mowb#page/83/mode/1up
  • From the will of John Stourton, there is very clear evidence of his identity, it is dated 10th November, 1438, and proved 27th January, 1438-9, the translation of the commencement of which reads : — I John Stourton, of Preston, senior, son of John Stourton, sometime Lord of Stourton§, and (half) brother of William Stourton, son and heir of the said John (Stourton). He directed his body to be buried in the Church of Stavordale||, and mentions his third wife, Katherine, his nephew. Sir John Stourton, knight, afterwards created Baron of Stourton, Co. Wilts. ; his sister, Anastasia, a nun at Shaftesbury, and his daughter Cecily. We have placed to the credit of his nephew, Sir John Stourton, who was created Baron of Stourton, Co. Wilts., the rebuilding in part of the Conventual Church of Stavordale in 1443, as this John Stourton was then dead, from which account it will be seen that John Stourton rebuilt the nave, choir and chancel of that Church, as being presumably the patron of Stavordale, Co. Somerset, and in some way, says Tanner, descended from the founder, Sir William Zouch, who is said to have built the Priory for the Canons of the Order of St. Austin, who were under the subordinate regulation of St. Victor. This church, the mother one to Wincanton, had been allowed to fall into decay, but when it had been reconstructed through the liberality of John Stourton, was reconsecrated under a commission issued by John Stafford, Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells, 4th June, 1443, and dedicated to St. James. All John Stourton's landed property he had previously settled on his daughters, in his lifetime, and when his Inquisition was taken after his death, at Yeovil, in 17 Henry VI., 1439, he was called John Stourton, Esquire, of Preston, not Brimpton, and it was proved and found by the Jurors that he then held no lands, here-ditaments and premises within the County of Somerset, his three daughters, (1) Cecily, wife of Thomas Kuriel, knight, aged 34 years ; (2) Johanna, wife of John Sydenham, Esquire, aged 21 years ; and (3) Alice Stourton, aged 7 years ; were his coheirs at law. These daughters were respectively children by each of his three wives, and the Inquisition is important as deciding the priority of their births. In Harleian MS., No. 1074, his first wife was erroneously given as his second one, with her name in blank, and his second wife was consequently placed as his first one, and in a pedigree prepared in 1509, there was also some confusion made in his three wives, although more care was used in ascertaining the child by each marriage, excepting as to their priority of birth. John Stourton's first wife was Joan, daughter of William Banastre, Lord of the Manors of Wheathill, Radstock, &c*., widow of Robert Affeton, living in 1395!. He founded an obiit to " Pray for the soul of Joan, sometime the wife of John Stourton;};." By her he had one daughter and heir, eventually a coheir : —
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/historyofnobleho01mowb#page/88/mode/1up
  • Alice Stourton, who was aged 7 years in 1439, and from her father she inherited Pendomer Manor, &c., under his settlement and entail as before shewn under his name, which premises were eventually disentailed by her descendant, Henry Daubeney, created Earl of Bridgewater, and sold by him. She married (1) William Daubeney. Lord of Barrington, Co. Somerset, son and heir of Sir Giles Daubeney, knight, and consequently ancestor of Henry Daubeney, created Earl of Bridgewater ; and (2) Robert Hill, of Houndston Manor, Co. Somerset, who died in 1493, seised of that Manor, &c., his arms, impaling those of Stourton, were setup in Dunster Church, (Harl. MS., 1559, fo. 235.) Hoare in his copy of the College of Arms pedigree, says she married, 1. — William Daubeney, Esq., and 2.— Robert Hill, although Edmondson only gives the first husband, but the Visitation for Co. Worcester confirmed Hoare, calling her father Jenkin Stourton. Harleian Manuscript 1074, likewise supported these marriages, although wrongly stating her mother to have been Alice Peny, her father's second wife, but this was corrected by the old pedigree of 1509, which added that her first husband was Lord of
  • https://archive.org/stream/historyofnobleho01mowb#page/89/mode/1up
  • Pg.89
  • Baryngton. We find that on the north wall of Little Cheney Church, Co. Dorset, there was erected a monument to the memory of her son, George Daubeney, on which the arms of Daubeney, Stourton, de Bosco, Moyne, &c., appeared on the dexter side. Her daughter, Jane Hill, married Sir Nicholas Wadham, of Merryfield, Co. Somerset, knight, who by his will, of 25th Nov., 1539, proved [15 Spert] 30th Jan., 1542, appointed Roger Fauntleroy an executor, and Lord Stourton an overseer ; and the will of his wife, Dame Jane Wadham, was made 22nd July, 1557, proved [29 Wrastley] 31st August, 1557. We read under Charles, 8th Lord Stourton, of William Fauntleroy and Cecily, his wife, Lessees of Stourton Manor, being illegally disturbed in their possession of that property by the action of this Agnes Rice, whose mother afterwards married the above Henry Daubeney, created Earl of Bridgewater. All the authorities shew that Sir John Stourton, created Baron of Stourton, Co. Wilts., married Margery, daughter of Sir John Wadham, of Merryfield, Co. Somerset, knight.
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  • The Antiquary, Volume 32 edited by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=J9gzAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA223&lpg=PA223&dq=Dionisia+Durborough&source=bl&ots=9HZS1PA7H0&sig=OGAFpKBSA9AuWYlgudB84Xt4hfU&hl=en&ei=WL6CTYKqGJLCsAPi8sT-AQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=9&ved=0CEcQ6AEwCA#v=onepage&q=Dionisia%20Durborough&f=false
    • Pg. 223 CHART
  • CHILDREN of Edith Mode & Ralph Hill
    • Robert, of Halfway and Bridport: held Houndstone, etc.; d. Sept. 8, 1493. = Alice, dau. of John Stourton, of Preston, by his 3rd wife (Alice Penny), and widow of William Daubeny (great-grandson of the above Sir G. D., and father of Lord D., cr. 1486).
    • CHILDREN of Alice Stourton & Robert Hill
      • Giles, of Honiton and Heath, b. 1469; d. April 20, 1547. = Agas, or Agatha (b. Sept. 30, 1479), dau. of Rt. Brent, of Cossington, near Bridgewater
      • Margaret = Sir Hugh Luttrell
      • Jane = Sir Nich. Wadham.
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  • The history and antiquities of the colleges and halls in the ..., Volume 3 By Anthony à Wood
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=bLU8AAAAYAAJ&pg=PA592&lpg=PA592&dq=Dorothy+Hill+Stukeley&source=bl&ots=NI0WUicM9a&sig=gJ_KdxqJ_cO4mUVjX3yOzt-1WB8&hl=en&ei=xq2HTfDoCpHGsAOhqtXuAQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=10&ved=0CE8Q6AEwCTgU#v=onepage&q=Dorothy%20Hill%20Stukeley&f=false
    • Pg. 592 CHART
  • John Wadham, Knt. = [Elizab.] Dau. of [Hugh] Stukeley.
  • children
  • Nicholas Wadham de com. Som. Knt. = [Joan] dau. of Rob. Hill [of Halfway] and Alice his wife, daugh. of John Stourton, and relict of Will. Dawbney.
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  • The Magna charta barons and their American descendants with the pedigrees of the founders of the Order of Runnemede deduced from the sureties for the enforcement of the statutes of the Magna charta of King John (1898) By Charles Henry Browning
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=hTUfAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA135&lpg=PA135&dq=john+stourton+jane+basset&source=bl&ots=7NewrtMFPS&sig=AQNmyOHSsYi8mZTB7SjW80lSfaI&hl=en&ei=MbGnS9rmJYjosQPuv_jaAg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4&ved=0CAsQ6AEwAzgU#v=onepage&q=jane%20basset&f=false
  • https://archive.org/details/magnachartabaro00browgoog
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  • Lady Joan d'Arcy and Giles, Lord Daubeney, had :
    • 13. William Daubeney, fifth Baron, lord of South Petherton, b. June 11, 1424, d. January 2, 1460. He m. Lady Alice, daughter of John de Stourton, of Preston (his sister, Edith de Beauchamp, was the mother of Margaret de Beaufort, grandmother of King Henry VII.), son of John de Stourton, of Preston, d. 1364, by his wife, Lady Jane, daughter of Sir Ralph, third Baron Basset, of Drayton, K.B., d. 1343, and his wife, Lady Joan, daughter of Thomas de Beauchamp, K.G., third Earl of Warwick, d. 1369, aforesaid, a descendant of ROGER BIGOD & HUGH BIGOD, Sureties for the Magna Charta.
  • William, fifth Baron Daubeney, and Lady Alice had :
  • 14. James Daubeney, second son (brother of Giles, sixth Baron, K.G., one of the esquires for the body of Henry VII., appointed of his council, constable of Bristol Castle and master of the mint, and created Lord Daubeney by patent, dated March 12, 1485-6, also governor of Calais and lord chamberlain of the household, d, London, May 28, 1508, will dated May 19, 1508, buried St Paul's Chapel, Westminster Abbey, where a monument was erected to his memory and that of his wife Katherine, daughter of Sir John Arundel, by whom he left an only son, Henry, seventh Baron by writ of summons, but second Baron under the new creation, aged fourteen at the death of his father, and who was created Earl of Bridgewater by patent, July 19, 1538, d. April 8, 1548, when the barony of Daubeney, created in 1486, and the earldom of Bridgewater became extinct, but the barony created by writ, Edward I., anno 1295, should have passed to his sister Cecily, Countess of Bath, but upon failure of descendants of that lady it became vested and is now in heirs-general of Elias, first Baron Daubeney), and .... etc.
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  • Wadhams genealogy, proceded by a sketch of the Wadham family in England.. ([c1913])
  • http://www.archive.org/details/wadhamsgenealogy00stev
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/wadhamsgenealogy00stev#page/n28/mode/1up
    • CHART - PEDIGREE OF WADHAM.
  • 5. John Wadham, Knt. mar1. da. of Cheyney, of Pine. mar2. Elizabeth, da. of Hugh Stukeley. ch: Sir Nicholas, of Merifield, Captain of the Isle of Wright, &c. Will proved Jan. 30, 1542.; William.
    • 6. Sir Nicholas, of Merifield, Captain of the Isle of Wright, &c. Will proved Jan. 30, 1542. mar1. Joan, da. of Robt. Hill, of Halfway, by Alice, da. of John Stourton, of Preston, Somerset, and relict of William Daubeny.
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  • Collectanea topographica et genealogica (1834)
  • https://archive.org/details/collectaneatopog01londuoft
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  • Pg.312
    • No. XIII. f. 317, 317b, 318, 319. PEDIGREE CHART
  • John Stourton.; ch: William (m. Elizabeth Moyne), Pg.313 John or Jenkyn (m._ & _ Payne & _ Peny), Edith (m. Sir John Beauchamp & Robert Shottesbroke) Stourton
    • William Stourton. = Elizabeth, dau. and one of the heirs of Sir John Moyne, Knt.; ch: John (m. Margery Wadham), Margaret (m. William Carent, Esq.) Stourton.
      • John Lord Stourton. = Margery, dau. of Sir Jhn Wadham, Knt.; ch: William (m. Margaret Chideoke), Sir Reginald (m. Margaret wid. of Alexander Hody), Jane (m. Richard Ware), Margaret (m. Sir George Darell) Stourton.
        • William Lord Stourton, wedded Margaret, dau. and one of the heirs of Sir John Chidoke, Knt.; ch: John, William, Edw. (m. Agnes Flauntleroy), Edith, Elizabeth, Alianor, Ralph, John, Richard, Katherine (m. Sir William Berkeley & Lord Grey), Margaret (m. James Chidley), Alice (m. _ Philpott), Avice (m. Harry Rogers, Esq.) Stourton.
          • Avice, wedded to Harry Rogers, Esq.; ch: John, Alexander, Thomas, Margaret Rogers.
    • John or Jenkyn Stourton, of Preston = . . . . . ch: dau. (m. _ Hill) Stourton; = . ., dau. and hr. of . . . . Payne.; ch: dau. (m. _ Sidenham) Stourton.; = ., dau and hr. of . . . . Peny.; ch: Alice (m. William Daubeney & Robt. Hill) Stourton.
      • A dau. wedd. to . . . Hill of Spakston.; ch: _ (m. _ Cheyney), John (m. _ Rodney) Hill.
      • Alice Stourton. = William Daubeney, 1st husb.; ch: [See No. XIV.]; = Robt. Hill, 2nd husband.; ch: Giles, Margaret (m. Sir Hugh Luttrell), Jane (m. Nicholas Wadham) Hill.
    • Dame Edith. = Sir John Beauchamp, Knt. son & hr. of Sir Roger Beauchamp, Chamberlain to King Edward III.; ch: Margaret, Duchess of Somerset who had My Lady the King's Mother.; = Sir Robert Shottesbroke, Knt. 2nd. husb.; ch: Dame Alianor (m. Sir John Cheyney) Shottesbroke.
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  • Pg.409
  • P. 313. The following Pedigree of Hill, of Spaxton, co. Somerset. compiled from a paper written about the year 1509, shows the relationship of the two persons of that name who married the two sisters Stourton, and includes descents of Sidenham, Cheyne, &c.
  • John Stourton, of Preston Plukenet, co. Som. = 1st w.; ch: Joan (m. John Sidenham) Stourton.; = 2d w.; ch: Cicel (m. John Hill & Sir J. Curyell) Stourton.; = 3d w.; ch: Alys (m. William Daubenye & Robert Hill) Stourton.
    • Joan, mar. John Sidenham, of Brimpton, and had issue: Walter, father of John; Sylvester; Richard; George; and a dau.
    • Cicel, mar. 2dly, Sir J. Curyell, of Westhangre, Kent. = John Hill of Spaxton son of Robert Hill.; ch: John (m. _ Rodney), John, Thomas, Elizabeth (m. John Cheyne) Hill.
    • Alys Stourton. = William Daubenye, lord of Baryngton.; ch: Giles, Elinor, James Daubeney.; = Robert Hill 2d husb. son of Edith Mode & Rauffe Hill.; ch: Giles (m. Agas Brente), Margaret (m. Sir Hugh Luttrell), Jane (m. Nicholas Wadham) Hill.
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  • Alice Stourton[1]
  • Born Abt 1432 of, Preston Plucknett, Somerset, England [1]
  • Father John Stourton, of, Preston Plucknett, Somerset, England , d. 16 Dec 1438
  • Mother Katherine Payne, of, Paynshay, Yarcombe, Devon, England , d. 1473
  • Family 1 William Daubeney, b. 11 Jun 1424, of, South Ingleby, Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England , d. 2 Jan 1461
  • Children
    • 1. Giles Daubeney, Lord Daubeney, b. 1 Jun 1451, d. 21 May 1508, London, Middlesex, England
  • Family 2 Robert Hill, of, Houndstone, Brimpton, Somerset, England , d. 8 Sep 1493
  • Children
    • 1. Giles Hill, b. Abt 1469, d. Yes, date unknown
    • 2. Margaret Hill
  • Sources
  • 1.[S452] #21 The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct, or Dormant (1910), Cokayne, George Edward (main author) and Vicary Gibbs (added author), (New edition. 13 volumes in 14. London: St. Catherine Press,1910-), vol. 4 p. 102, 102 fn. (e).
  • From: https://histfam.familysearch.org/getperson.php?personID=I14605&tree=Nixon
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  • 'Hill06'
  • This family is still being researched.
  • Sir John Hill of Hill's Court (in Exeter, Devon) (a 1362, d 1408, Sergeant-at-law, justice)
  • m1. Dionysia Durborough (b 1340, d 13.10.1387, dau of Sir John Durborough)
  • Although various web sites show the above Sir John as father of the Sir Robert who is shown in the section below as 1st of Shilston (ancestor of Sir Moyses Hill of Hillsborough and through him of the Marquesses of Lothian, Lodge identifies that Sir Robert as Sir John's "relation and comtemporary" We suspect that there has been confusion between that Sir Robert and ...
    • 1. Robert Hill (d 1423)
    • m. Isabel Fichett, heiress of Spaxton (dau of Sir Thomas Fichett of Perry Fichett)
      • A. John Hill of Spaxton (d 1434)
      • m. Cicely Sturton (dau of John Sturton of Preston Plucknett by Joan, dau of William Banaster of Wheathill)
        • i. John Hill (b 1424)
        • m1. Margaret Rodney (dau of Sir Walter Rodney of Rodney Stoke, son of John by Ann Croftes)
          • a. daughter
          • m. __ Walgrave
          • b. Jenoflekke (Genofeffe = Genevieve?) Hill
          • m. Sir William Say of Hartsnest (dsp 1529)
        • ii. Elizabeth Hill
        • m. John Cheyne of Pinhoe
          • a. daughter
          • m. (before) John Wadham of Merifield & Edge Barton
    • 2. Joan Hill
    • m. John Malet (son/heir of Sir B. Malet)
    • 3. Margaret Hill probably of this generation, presumed of this marriage
    • m (1407) William Harington or Harrington, 5th Lord (d.03.03.1457-8)
  • m2. Matilda/Maud Daubeney (dau of Sir G. Daubeney of Barrington)
  • Weaver causes some confusion by showing Matilda as 2nd wife of Sir John and also again (as Maud) as 2nd wife of the John shown above as married to Margaret Rodney. The dates support the view that this was an error.
    • 4. Raulfe Hill
    • m. ?? of Gloucestershire
      • A. Robert Hill of Houndston (Somerset) & Talaton (Devon) (d 08.09.1493)
      • Weaver identifies Robert's wife as Alice, dau of John Sturton of Preston. TCP (Daubeney) identifies her as
      • m. Alice Stourton (b. c 1432. a 07.1490. dau/coheir of John Stourton of Preston Plucknett (d 1439) (by Katherine, dau of Thomas Payne of Paynshay, relect of William Daubeney, 9th Lord))
        • i. Giles Hill of Hounston or Houndston (b c1469, a 1493)
        • m. Alice or Agnes Brent (b 1479, dau of Robert Brent of Cossington by Margaret, dau of Hugh Malet of Currypool) .... etc.
        • ii. Margaret Hill
        • m. Sir Hugh Luttrell of Dunster (d 1521)
        • iii. Joan Hill
        • m. Sir Nicholas Wadham of Meryfield
  • From: Stirnet.com
  • http://www.stirnet.com/genie/data/british/zwrk/hill06.php
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  • 'Stourton01'
  • TCP Stourton) refers to a pedigree of this family that commences with Botolph and says that it "was long ago disposed of by Round." The pedigree we show comes from BP1934 (Mowbray) and is assumed to be the one that is deemed by TCP to be insecure down to the Sir William who was alive in 1325.
  • Botulph de Stourton (a c1070)
  • m. Anne (dau of Godwin, Earl of Wessex and Kent)
    • 1. Sir Robert de Stourton
    • Collins reports that Robert's father was Sir Ralph (de) Stourton who "when William the Conqueror entered into the West, was among those who broke down the Sea-Walls of the Severn".
      • A. Sir William de Stourton
        • i. Sir Michael de Stourton
        • m. Mary Mauduit (dau of John, Lord Mauduit)
          • a. Sir John Stourton (dvp)
          • BP1934 suggests that Sir John's wife, Gracia, was daughter of Thomas, Lord Hungerford. However, as was kindly brought to our attention by a site visitor (APH, 19.03.06), the dates for any such Grace Hungerford do not match with Sir John's likely dates. Collins identifies John's wife merely as ...
          • m. Grace
            • (1) Eudo Stourton (dvp)
            • (2) Sir Ralph Stourton of Stourton (a 1291)
            • m. Alice Berkeley (dau of Thomas, Lord Berkeley)
              • (A) Edward / Eudo Stourton (dvp)
              • (B) Sir William Stourton of Stourton (a 1325)
              • TCP reports that this William may well have been son of Ralph and that from this William "thereafter the pedigree is clear", although (as noted) there are some queries regarding some of the wives.
              • m. Joan Vernon (dau of Sir Richard Vernon of Horningham) named by TCP as just Joan
                • (i) Sir John Stourton of Stourton, Sheriff of Dorset and Somerset (a 1381)
                • TCP identifies John's wives as Lettice (probably mother of William) and Alice.
                • m1. Catherine Beaumont (dau of Henry Beaumont, 3rd Lord)
                  • (a) Sir William Stourton of Stourton (d 1413)
                  • m. (before 1398) Elizabeth Moyne (dau of John Moyne (le Moigne) of Maddington)
                    • ((1)) Sir John Stourton, Sheriff of Wiltshire then Gloucestershire, 1st Lord (b c1399, d 25.11.1462)
                    • m. Margery Wadham (dau of Sir John Wadham of Merefield by Joan Wrottesley)
                      • ((A)) ... etc.
                    • ((2)) Margaret Stourton
                    • m. William Carent of Toomer
                • m2. Joan Basset (dau of Ralph, Lord Basset)
                • Not sure which wife was mother of ...
                  • (b) John Stourton
                  • This John is identified by various web sites as 'of Preston' with the following family, though we are concerned that there may have been confusion with his father.
                  • m. Jane Basset
                    • ((1)) John Stourton of Preston Plucknett (d 1439)
                    • m1. Joan Banastre (dau of William Banaster of Wheathill)
                      • ((A)) Cecily Stourton
                      • m1. John Hill of Spaxton (d 1434)
                      • m2. Sir Thomas Keriell (d 1460)
                    • m2. Katherine Payne (dau of Thomas Payne of Paynshay, relict of William Daubeney, 9th Lord)
                      • ((B)) Alice Stourton
                      • m1. William Daubeney of South Ingleby, '5th/9th Lord' (b .1424, d 02.01.1460/1)
                      • m2. Robert Hill of Houndston & Talaton (d 08.09.1493)
                  • (c) .... etc.
  • Main sources: BP1934 (Mowbray, Segrave and Stourton) with some support from Collins (1741, Stourton)
  • From: Stirnet.com
  • http://www.stirnet.com/genie/data/british/ss4tz/stourton01.php#dau3
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  • Links
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preston_Plucknett
  • http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1386-1421/member/stourton-john-i-1438
  • https://histfam.familysearch.org/getperson.php?personID=I633&tree=PagetHeraldicBaronag
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Anne Devereux, Countess of Pembroke's Timeline

1404
1404
Itton, St Arvans, Monmouthshire, England
1430
1430
Bodenham, Herefordshire, , England
1440
1440
Age 10
Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
1448
1448
Age 18
Pembroke, Herefordshire, England
1451
June 1, 1451
Age 21
South Ingleby, Devon, England or South Petherton, Somerset, England
1452
1452
Age 22
Houndstone, Somerset, England
1453
1453
Age 23
South Petherton, Somerset, England
1456
1456
Age 26
Of, Ragland, Monmouthshire, England
1456
Age 26
Somerset, England, United Kingdom
1458
1458
Age 28
Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, UK