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Lady Katherine Baroness Hungerford (Peverell)

Also Known As: "Katherine Peverill", "Lady Katherine Hungerford Baroness Hungerford", "Katherine Peverell"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Park Hamatethy, Penhale, Cornwall, England
Death: Died in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
Place of Burial: Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Sir Thomas Peverell, Kt., of Park Hamitilly and Margaret Courtenay
Wife of Sir Walter Hungerford, 1st Baron Hungerford
Mother of Elizabeth Courtenay; Thomas Hungerford; Walter de Hungerford; Sir Edmund de Hungerford; Robert Hungerford, 2nd Baron Hungerford and 7 others
Sister of Eleanor Talbot and Thomas Meveral

Occupation: CATHERINE 1380 ALT B., BARONESS
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About Lady Katherine Hungerford (de Peverell)

  • Katherine Peverell1,2,3
  • F, b. circa 1394, d. after 12 November 1432
  • Father Thomas Peverell, Esq., Sheriff of Cornwall2,4 b. c 1340, d. bt 11 May 1402 - 7 Mar 1404
  • Mother Margaret Courtenay4 b. c 1342, d. 14 Aug 1422
  • Katherine Peverell was born circa 1394 at of Park, Penhale, & Rillaton, Cornwall, England; Age 28 in 1422.3 She married Sir Walter Hungerford, 1st Baron Hungerford, Sheriff of Somersetshire & Dorsetshire, Speaker of the House of Commons, Lord High Treasurer, son of Sir Thomas Hungerford, Speaker of the House and Joan Hussey, before September 1400; They had 4 sons (Walter, Robert, Edmund, & Thomas) and 2 daughters (Margaret & Elizabeth).3 Katherine Peverell died after 12 November 1432.3
  • Family Sir Walter Hungerford, 1st Baron Hungerford, Sheriff of Somersetshire & Dorsetshire, Speaker of the House of Commons, Lord High Treasurer b. c 22 Jun 1378, d. 9 Aug 1449
  • Children
    • Elizabeth Hungerford+2 b. c 1403, d. 14 Dec 1476
    • Joan Hungerford b. c 1405
    • Sir Walter Hungerford5 b. c 1407, d. 18 Feb 1433
    • Sir Edmund Hungerford+ b. 1409, d. 26 Mar 1484
    • Sir Robert Hungerford, 2nd Lord Hungerford+3 b. c 1411, d. 18 May 1459
    • Margaret Hungerford+ b. c 1412
    • Thomas Hungerford b. c 1414
    • William Hungerford b. c 1417
  • Citations
  • 1.[S4106] Unknown author, The Complete Peerage, by Cokayne, Vol. VI, p. 615; Lineage and Ancestry of HRH Prince Charles by Paget, Vol. II, p. 456; The Ancestry of Dorothea Poyntz, by Ronny O. Bodine, p. 32.
  • 2.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 258.
  • 3.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 407.
  • 4.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 406-407.
  • 5.[S11568] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, Vol. VI, p. 617, notes.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p511.htm#i15353

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  • 9. KATHERINE PEVERELL, younger daughter and co-heiress, born about 1394 (aged 28 in 1422). She married as his (1st wife) before Sept. 1400 WALTER HUNGERFORD, K.B., K.G., king's knight, Knight of the Shire for Wiltshire and for Somerset, Speaker of the House of Commons, Sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, Steward of the Household to Kings Henry V and Henry VI, Constable of Windsor Castle, Lord High Treasurer of England, 4th but 1st surviving son and heir of Thomas Hungerford, Knt., of Farleigh and Wellow, Somerset, and Heytesbury, Wilts, Speaker of the House of Commons, Chief Stewart to John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, by his 2nd wife, Joan, daughter and co-heiress of Edmund Hussey, Knt. He was born about 22 Jun 1378. They had four sons, Walter, Robert, Knt. [2nd Lord Hungerford], Edmund, Knt., and Thomas, and two daughters, Margaret (wife of Walter Rodney, Knt.) and Elizabeth. He was pre-eminently distinguished in the French wars, for which he was granted the lordship of Hommet d'Arthenay in Normandy. He was one of the executors of King Henry V and served on the Council of Regency in 1422. He was summoned to Parliament from 7 Jan. 1425/6 to 2 Jan. 1448/9, by writs directed Waltero Hungerford Chivaler, whereby he is held to have become Lord Hungerford. His wife, Katherine, was living 12 Nov. 1432. He married (2nd) before 8 May 1439 ELEANOR BERKELEY, widow of John Arundel, K.B., Lord Arundel and Mautravers [see ARUNDEL 12], and Richard Poynings, Knt., of Poynings, Sussex [see POYNINGS 12], and daughter of John Berkeley, Knt., of Beverstone, Gloucestershire, by his 2nd wife, Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of John de Betteshorne, Knt., of Betteshorne (in Sopley), Wilts [see FISHER 9]. They had no issue. SIR WALTER HUNGERFORD, 1st Lord Hungerford, died testate 9 August 1449, and was buried with his 1st wife in Salisbury Cathedral. His widow Eleanor, died testate 1 August 1455.

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  • 8. KATHERINE PEVERELL, younger daughter and co-heiress, born about 1394 (aged 28 in 1422). She married as his (1st wife) before Sept. 1400 WALTER HUNGERFORD, K.B., K.G., of Farleigh Hungerford, Somerset, and Heytesbury, Wiltshire, and, in right of his wife, of South Cadbury, Somerset, king's knight, Knight of the Shire for Wiltshire and for Somerset, Speaker of the House of Commons, Sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, Steward of the Household to Kings Henry V and Henry VI, Constable of Windsor Castle, Lord High Treasurer of England, 4th but 1st surviving son and heir of Thomas Hungerford, Knt., of Farleigh and Wellow, Somerset, and Heytesbury, Wilts, Speaker of the House of Commons, Chief Stewart to John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, by his 2nd wife, Joan, daughter and co-heiress of Edmund Hussey, Knt. He was born about 22 Jun 1378. They had four sons, Walter, Robert, Knt. [2nd Lord Hungerford], Edmund, Knt., and Thomas, and two daughters, Margaret (wife of Walter Rodney, Knt.) and Elizabeth. He was pre-eminently distinguished in the French wars, for which he was granted the lordship of Hommet d'Arthenay in Normandy. He was one of the executors of King Henry V and served on the Council of Regency in 1422. He was summoned to Parliament from 7 Jan. 1425/6 to 2 Jan. 1448/9, by writs directed Waltero Hungerford Chivaler, whereby he is held to have become Lord Hungerford. His wife, Katherine, was living 12 Nov. 1432. He married (2nd) before 8 May 1439 ELEANOR BERKELEY, widow of John Arundel, K.B., Lord Arundel and Mautravers [see ARUNDEL 10], and Richard Poynings, Knt., of Poynings, Sussex [see POYNINGS 9], and daughter of John Berkeley, Knt., of Beverstone, Gloucestershire, by his 2nd wife, Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of John de Betteshorne, Knt., of Betteshorne (in Sopley), Wilts [see FISHER 7]. They had no issue. SIR WALTER HUNGERFORD, 1st Lord Hungerford, died testate 9 August 1449, and was buried with his 1st wife in Salisbury Cathedral. His widow Eleanor, died testate 1 August 1455.

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  • Walter HUNGERFORD (1º B. Hungerford of Farleigh)
  • Born: 22 Jun 1378, Farleigh-Hungerford, Somersetshire, England
  • Died: 9 Aug 1449
  • Buried: Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire
  • Notes: Knight of the Garter. Son and heir of Sir Thomas Hungerford, by his 2nd wife, Joan, was strongly attached to the Lancastrian cause at the close of Richard II's reign, his father having been steward in John of Gaunt's household. On Henry IV's accession he was granted an annuity of 40 pounds out of the lands of Margaret, Duchess of Norfolk, and was knighted. In Oct 1400 he was returned to Parliament as member for Wiltshire, and was re-elected for that constituency in 1404, 1407, 1413, and Jan 1413-14, and represented the county of Somerset in 1409. He acted as speaker in the parliament meeting on 29 Jan 1413-14, the last parliament in which he sat in the House of Commons (cf. Manning, Lives of the Speakers, p. 55).
  • Hungerford had already won renown as a warrior. In 1401 he was with the English army in France, and is said to have worsted the French King in a duel outside Calais; he distinguished himself in battle and tournament, and received substantial reward. In consideration of his services he was granted in 1403 one hundred marks per annum, payable by the town and castle of Marlborough, Wiltshire, and was appointed Sheriff of Wiltshire. On 22 Jul 1414 he was nominated Ambassador to treat for a league with Sigismund, King of the Romans (Rymer, Foedera, vol. iv. pt. ii. p. 186), and as English envoy attended the council of Constance in that and the following year (cf. his accounts of expenses in Brit. Mus. Addit. MS 24513, f. 68). In the autumn of 1415 Hungerford accompanied Henry V to France with twenty men-at-arms and sixty horse archers (Nicholas, Agincourt, p. 381). He, rather than the Earl of Westmoreland, as in Shakespeare's 'Henry V', seems to have been the officer who expressed, on the eve of Agincourt, regret that the English had not ten thousand archers, and drew from the King a famous rebuke (ib. pp. 105, 241). He fought bravely at the battle of Agincourt, but the assertion that he made the Duke of Orleans prisoner is not substantiated. He was employed in May 1416 in diplomatic negotiations with Ambassadors of Theodoric, Archbishop of Cologne (Rymer, vol. iv. pt ii. p. 158), and in Nov 1417 with envoys from from France (ib. vol. iv. pt. ii. p. 25). In 1417 he was made Admiral of the fleet under John, Duke of Bedford, and was with Henry V in 1418 at the siege of Rouen. In Nov of the latter year he is designated the steward of the king's household (ib. vol. iv. pt. iii. p. 76), and was granted the Barony of Homet in Normandy. He took part in the peace negotiations of 1419, and on 3 May 1421 was installed Knight of the Garter (Beltz, Hist. of Garter, p. clviii).
  • Hungerford was an executor of Henry V's will, and in 1422 became a member of Protector Gloucester's council. In 1424 he was made steward of the household of the infant King, Henry VI, and on 7 Jan 1425-6 was summoned to the House of Lords as Baron Hungerford. The summons was continued to him till his death. Hungerford became treasurer in succession to Bishop Stafford, when Bishop Beaufort's resignation of the great seal in Mar 1426-7 placed Gloucestershire in supreme power. He acted as carver at Henry VI's coronation in Paris in Dec 1430 (Waurin, Chron., Rolls Ser., iv. 11), but on the change of ministry which followed Henry VI's return from France in Feb 1431-2, he ceased to be treasurer. He attended the conference at Arms in 1435 (Wars of Henry VI in France, Rolls ser., ed. Stevenson, ii. 431). 'He died on 9 Aug 1449, and was buried beside his first wife in Salisbury Cathedral, within the iron chapel erected by himself, which is still extant, although removed from its original position'. By his marriages and royal grants Hungerford added largely to the family estates. He was a man of piety, and built chanteries at Heytesbury and Chippenham, and made bequests to Salisbury and Bath Cathedrals. In 1428 he presented valuable estates to the Free Royal Chapel in the palace of St. Stephen at Westminster. He also built an almshouse for twelve poor men and a woman, and a schoolmaster's residence at Heytesbury. The original building was destroyed in 1765, but the endowment, which was regulated by statutes drawn up by Margaret of Botreaux, wife of Hungerford's son Robert, still continues (Jackson, Anc. Statutes of Heytesbury Almshouses, Devizes, 1863). Hungerford's will is printed in Nicolas's 'Testamenta Vetusta,' pp. 257-9. He left his 'best legend of the lives of the saints' to his daughter-in-law, Margaret, and a cup which John of Gaunt had used to John, Viscount Beaumont.
  • Father: Thomas De HUNGERFORD (Sir)
  • Mother: Joan HUSSEY
  • Married: Catherine PEVERELL (b. ABT 1382 - d. AFT 14 Jun 1426) (dau. of Sir Thomas Peverell and Margaret Courtenay) BEF 18 Sep 1402, Penhale, Cornwall, England
  • Children:
    • 1. Elizabeth HUNGERFORD
    • 2. Walter HUNGERFORD (Sir)
    • 3. Edmund (Edward) HUNGERFORD (Sir)
    • 4. Robert HUNGERFORD (2º B. Hungerford of Farleigh)
    • 5. Margaret HUNGERFORD
  • Married: Eleanor BERKELEY (C. Arundel) BEF 8 May 1439, Beverston, Gloucestershire, England
  • http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/HUNGERFORD.htm#Walter HUNGERFORD (1º B. Hungerford of Farleigh)

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  • Katherine Peverell1
  • F, #396496, d. 14 June 1426
  • Last Edited=13 Dec 2012
  • Katherine Peverell is the daughter of Thomas Peverell and Margaret Courtenay.1 She married Sir Walter Hungerford, 1st Lord Hungerford, son of Sir Thomas Hungerford and Joan Hussey, on 18 September 1402.2 She died on 14 June 1426, on or after.2
  • She lived Cornwall.2 Her married name became Hungerford.1
  • Children of Katherine Peverell and Sir Walter Hungerford, 1st Lord Hungerford
    • 1.Elizabeth Hungerford+3
    • 2.Sir Edmund Hungerford+3 d. 1484
    • 3.Walter Hungerford3 d. 18 Feb 1432
    • 4.Margaret Hungerford3
    • 5.Robert Hungerford, 2nd Lord Hungerford+1 b. 1409, d. 18 May 1459
  • Citations
  • 1.[S1916] Tim Boyle, "re: Boyle Family," e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 16 September 2006. Hereinafter cited as "re: Boyle Family."
  • 2.[S37] Volume 3, page 3476. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S37]
  • 3.[S37] See. [S37]
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p39650.htm#i396496

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  • Walter Hungerford, 1st Baron Hungerford KG (1378–1449) was an English knight, landowner, from 1400 to 1414 Member of the House of Commons, of which he became Speaker, then was an Admiral and peer.
  • He won renown in .... etc.
  • Son and heir of Sir Thomas Hungerford, by his second wife, Joan, was strongly attached to the Lancastrian cause at the close of Richard II's reign, his father having been steward in John of Gaunt's household. On Henry IV's accession he was granted an annuity of £40 out of the lands of Margaret, duchess of Norfolk, and was knighted.[1]
  • In October 1400 he was returned to parliament ....etc.
  • Hungerford married firstly Catherine (daughter of Sir Thomas Peverell of Parke and Hamatethy, Cornwall,[3] and Margaret Courtenay (1355–1422[citation needed]) daughter of Sir Thomas Courtenay (died 1356[citation needed]) of Woodhuish, Devon[3]) with whom he had three sons and at least one daughter:
    • Walter, who was made a prisoner of war in France in 1425, was ransomed by his father for three thousand marks, was in the retinue of the Duke of Bedford in France in 1435, and died without issue.[15]
    • Robert, by whom he was succeeded.
    • Edmund, who was knighted by Henry VI after the Battle of Verneuil on Whit-Sunday 1426,[16] and married Margaret, daughter and coheiress of Edward Burnell, by whom had two sons:
      • Thomas, ancestor of the Hungerfords of Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, of the Hungerfords of Windrush, Oxfordshire, and the Hungerfords of Black Bourton, Oxfordshire.
      • Edward, ancestor of the Hungerfords of Cadenham, Wiltshire.[17]
    • Elizabeth, who married Sir Philip Courtenay (1404–1463) of Powderham, grandson of Sir Philip Courtenay (1340–1406) of Powderham.[citation needed]
  • He married secondly Eleanor (died 1 August 1455), daughter of Sir John Berkeley of Beverstone and his second wife, Elizabeth Betteshorne,(and widow successively of John FitzAlan, 13th Earl of Arundel (died 21 April 1421), and Sir Richard Poynings (died 10 June 1429)), with whom he had no children.[18][19] .... etc.
  • From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Hungerford,_1st_Baron_Hungerford

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  • HUNGERFORD, Sir Walter (1378-1449), of Farleigh Hungerford, Som. and Heytesbury, Wilts.
  • b. 22 June 1378, o. surv. s. of Sir Thomas Hungerford* by his 2nd w. m. (1) between Oct. 1396 and May 1399, Katherine, yr. da. and coh. of Thomas Peverell† of Parke and Hamatethy, Cornw. by Margaret, da. and coh. of Sir Thomas of Courtenay† Woodhuish, Devon, 4s. inc. Sir Edmund†, 2da; (2) by May 1439, Eleanor (d. 1 Aug. 1455), da. of Sir John Berkeley I* of Beverstone, Glos. by his 2nd w., wid. of John Arundel, Lord Mautravers (de jure earl of Arundel), and of Sir Richard Poynings. Kntd. 11 Oct. 1399; KG 3 May 1421; cr. Baron Hungerford Jan. 1426.
  • From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1386-1421/member/hungerford-sir-walter-1378-1449

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  • Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700
  • Page 59.
  • 34 Catherine Peverell, dau. & h., liv. 14 June 1426; m. bef. 18 Sept. 1402, Sir Walter Hungerford, b. abt. 1378, d.9 Aug. 1449, 1st Lord Hungerford, Speaker of the House of Parliament, Sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, Constable of Widsor Castle, Steward to the Household of Henry V and Henry VI, Lord High Treasurer, son of Sir Thomas Hungerford of Farleigh and Wellow, co. Siomerset. (CP VI: 613-616)

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Katherine Peverell [1]

  • F, #396496
  • Last Edited=7 Sep 2009

Katherine Peverell is the daughter of Thomas Peverell and Margaret Courtenay.[1] She married Sir Walter Hungerford, 1st Lord Hungerford, son of Sir Thomas Hungerford and Joan Hussey.[1]

Her married name became Hungerford.[1]

Husband: Walter Hungerford

  • Born: 22 Jun 1378 at: of, Farleigh, Hungergford, Somerset
  • Married: BEF 18 Sep 1402 at: of, Penhale, Cornwall, England
  • Died: 9 Aug 1449 at: Cathedral, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
  • Father:Thomas Hungerford
  • Mother:Eleanor Strug
  • Other Spouses: Alianore Berkeley

Wife: Katherine Peverell

  • Born: ABT 1380 at: of Park, Hamatethy, Penhale, Cornwall
  • Died: AFT 14 Jun 1426 at:
  • Father:Thomas Peverell, [Sir Knight]
  • Mother:Margaret Courtenay

CHILDREN

  • 1. Name: Thomas Hungerford
    • Born: ABT 1404 at: of, Heightesbury, Wiltshire, England
  • 2. Name: Elizabeth Hungerford
    • Born: ABT 1405 at: of, Hungerford, Somersetshire, England
    • Married: at: of, Powderham, Devonshire, England
    • Died: 14 Dec 1476 at:
    • Spouses: Philip Courtenay, [Sir Knight] William Courtney
  • 3. Name: Walter Hungerford
    • Born: ABT 1407 at: of, Farley, Hungerford, Somersetshire
    • Died: 18 Feb 1432 at: In Prison, Provence, France
  • 4. Name: Edmund Hungerford, [Sir Knight]
    • Born: ABT 1409 at: of, Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, England
    • Married: 1416 at: Contract
    • Died: 26 Mar 1484 at: , Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, England
    • Spouses: Margaret Burnell
  • 5. Name: Robert Hungerford
    • Born: 1409 at: Farley, Hungerford, Somersetshire, England
    • Married: ABT 1439 at: , Somerset, Eng
    • Died: 18 May 1459 at: Cathedral, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
    • Spouses: Margaret Botreaux, [Baroness Hunger
  • 6. Name: Joan Hungerford
    • Born: ABT 1411 at: of, Farley, Hungerford, Somersetshire
    • Spouses: John Marvin
  • 7. Name: Margaret (Mary) Hungerford
    • Born: ABT 1413 at: of, Farleigh, Hungerford, Somersetshire
    • Married: ABT 1447
    • Spouses: Walter Rodenay (Rodney)
  • 8. Name: William Hungerford
    • Born: ABT 1417 at: of, Farley, Hungerford, Somersetshire
    • Of Park, Hamatethy, Penhale, Cornwall, England.
    • Christening 1394 Park Hamitilly, Penhale, Cornwall, England.

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Lady Katherine De Peverell Baroness Hungerford

  • Birth 1380 in Park, Cornwall, , England
  • Death 14 Jun 1426 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, , England
  • Parents
    • Thomas Peverell 1340 – 1422
    • Margaret Courtenay 1342 – 1422

Spouse & Children

  • Sir Walter deHungerford W d Lord Hungerford 1378 – 1449
  • Margaret HUNGERFORD 1312 –
  • Edward Hungerford 1400 – 1484
  • Sir Robert Lord nd Baron Hungerford 1402 – 1484
  • John DeHungerford or Hungerford 1404 – 1486
  • Thomas Hungerford 1404 – 1424
  • Thomas Hungerford 1404 – 1470
  • Robert 1409 – 1493
  • Edmund Hungerford 1409 – 1484
  • Elizabeth Hungerford 1410 – 1476
  • Joan HUNGERFORD 1411 – 1431
  • Joan Hungerford 1411 – 1461
  • Alice DeHungerford or Hungerford 1416 –
  • Thomas Hungerford 1417 –
  • John Hungerford 1421 –
  • Robert nd De Hungerford 1431 – 1464
  • Catherine DeHungerford or Hungerford 1438 – 1493
  • Joan Hungerford 1604 –

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  • 1380 - Birth: Park, Cornwall, , England
  • 1402 18 Sep - Age: 22 - Marriage to Sir Walter deHungerford Walter de Lord Hungerford - Penhale, Cornwall, , England
  • 1426 14 Jun - Age: 46 - Death: Salisbury, Wiltshire, , England

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