Katherine Carew (Huddesfield)
|Birthplace:||Shillingford, Devon, England|
Daughter of Sir William Huddesfield, Kt. and Elizabeth Fulford
About Katherine Carew
- Katherine Huddersfield1,2,3,4,5
- F, #67885, b. circa 1462, d. after 9 June 1528
- Father Sir William Huddersfield, Recorder of Exeter, Attorney General to Kings Edward IV & Henry VII, Justice of the Peace for Devonshire1,2,3,4,5 b. c 1441, d. 20 Mar 1499
- Mother Elizabeth Bozom2,4 d. b 12 Oct 1479
- Katherine Huddersfield was born circa 1462 at of Shillingford, Farringdon, Widecombe in the Moor, & Witheridge, Devonshire, England.1,2 A settlement for the marriage Katherine Huddersfield and Sir Edmund Carew, Baron Carew was made on 26 December 1478.2,4 Katherine Huddersfield married Sir Edmund Carew, Baron Carew, son of Nicholas Carew, Esq., Baron Carew, Sheriff of Devonshire and Margaret Dinham, before 16 January 1479; They had 4 sons (Sir William; Thomas; George, Dean of Bristol, Exeter, & St. George's Chapel, Windsor; & Sir Gawen) and 4 daughters (Katherine, wife of Sir Philip Champernoun; Dorothy, wife of John Stowell, & of Sir Hugh Pollard; Anne (nun); & Isabel (nun)).1,2,3,4,5 Katherine Huddersfield died after 9 June 1528.2,4
- Family Sir Edmund Carew, Baron Carew b. c 1464, d. 24 Jun 1513
- Sir William Carew+6,2,4 b. c 1483
- Katherine Carew+7,8,2,3,4,5 b. c 1488, d. a 5 Feb 1546
- 1.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 185.
- 2.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. I, p. 403-404.
- 3.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. II, p. 60.
- 4.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. II, p. 100.
- 5.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. II, p. 436-437.
- 6.[S61] Unknown author, Family Group Sheets, Family History Archives, SLC.
- 7.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 185-186.
- 8.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 265.
- From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p2259.htm#i67885
- Edmund CAREW (Sir)
- Born: 1466
- Died: 24 Jun 1513, Thorounne
- Notes: supported Henry Tudor and was knighted by him at Bosworth as was Rhys ap Thomas. Sir Edmund died heavily in debt in 1513 while fighting in France. He was buried at Calais. His heirs were unable to keep up the mortgage payments and Carew castle was lost. It eventually became a crown possession, and was regained by the Carews about 100 years later.
- Father: Nicholas CAREW (Sir)
- Mother: Margery DYNHAM
- Married: Catherine HUDDESFIELD (d. 1499) (dau. of Sir William Hudsfield Kt., attorney general to Edward IV)
- 1. Thomas CAREW of Bickley (Sir)
- 2. William CAREW (Sir)
- 3. Anne CAREW
- 4. Dorothy CAREW
- 5. George CAREW (Sir)
- 6. Isabelle CAREW
- 7. Gawen CAREW (Sir)
- 8. Catherine CAREW
- From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/CAREW1.htm#Edmund CAREW (Sir)1
- CAREW, Sir Gawain (c.1503-85), of Exeter and Wood, Devon and of London.
- b. 1503, 4th s. of Sir Edmund Carew of Mohun’s Ottery, Devon by Catherine, da. and coh. of Sir William Huddesfield of Shillingford, Devon. m. (1) lic. 28 Jan. 1531, Anne, da. of Sir William Brandon, wid. of Sir John Shilston† of Wood and of Southwark, Surr., s.p.; (2) by July 1540, Mary, da. of Sir Robert Wotton of Boughton Malherbe, Kent, wid. of Sir Henry Guildford† of Leeds Castle, Kent and Blackfriars, London, s.p.; (3) by Dec. 1565, Elizabeth, da. of Sir John Norwiche, s.p. Kntd. 1545.
- From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1558-1603/member/carew-sir-gawain-1503-85
- Sir Philip II Courtenay (18 January 1404 – 16 December 1463) of Powderham,[a] Devon, was the senior member of a junior branch of the powerful Courtenay family .... etc.
- In about 1426 Courtenay married Elizabeth Hungerford, daughter of Walter Hungerford, 1st Baron Hungerford, Speaker of the House of Commons, Steward of the Household to KingsHenry V and Henry VI, and Lord High Treasurer. They had seven sons and four daughters:  .... etc,
- Katherine Courtenay (died 12 January 1515), who married thrice:
- Firstly Sir Seintclere Pomeroy (died 31 May 1471),
- Secondly Thomas Rogers,
- Thirdly Sir William Huddesfield (died 20 March 1499). of Shillingford St. George, Attorney General to King Edward IV. His monumental brass exists in Shillingford Church (with a copy rubbing framed in Powderham Castle Chapel) showing him dressed as a knight in armour, with sword and spurs. He is bare-headed, and wears over his armour a tabard, on which is embroidered the arms of Huddesfield: Argent, a fess between three boars passant sable, on the fess a crescent for difference. He kneels before a prie dieu, on which is an open book, and on the floor by his side lie his gauntlets, and helmet with mantling and crest, a boar rampant. Katherine his wife kneels behind the knight. She wears a pedimental head dress and lappets, gown, ornamented girdle, with dependant pomander. Over this she wears a robe of estate, on which is her arms: Or, three torteaux a label of three, for Courtenay. Behind her kneels her only son by her second husband, George Rogers, and following them her two daughters, by Sir William Huddesfield, in similar costume to their mother, Elizabeth Poyntz, and Katherine Carew. Below is this inscription (the abbreviations of the Latin extended): Conditor et Redemptor corporis et et anime Sit michi medicus et custos utriusque. Dame Kateryn ye wife of Sr Willm Huddesfeld & dought of S'r Phil' Courtnay kny'kt. In the centre of the cover-stone of the tomb is a shield with the arms of Huddesfield impaling Courtenay. When Westcote, in 1630, visited the church, he noted this inscription, which was probably on the ledger line round the table of the tomb, and has since disapappeared : "Here lieth Sir William Huddiffeild, knight, Attorney-general to King Edward IV, and of the Council to King Henry VII, and Justice of Oyer and Determiner; which died the l0th day of March, in the year of our Lord, 1499. On whose soul Jesus have mercy, Amen. Honor Deo et Gloria" 
- From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Philip_II_Courtenay
Katherine Carew's Timeline
Shillingford, Devon, England
Mohun Ottery, Devonshire, England
Ottery Mohun, Devon, England
June 9, 1528
December 16, 1958