Anne de Bohun (Halsham)
|Also Known As:||"Anne Halsham and NOT Alice Fitzalan of Arundel"|
|Birthplace:||England, United Kingdom|
|Death:||Died in England, United Kingdom|
Daughter of Sir John Halsham, Knight and Philippa Percy
|Managed by:||Vicki Lynn Bledsoe|
About Anne de Bohun
- Anne Halsham1,2,3,4,5
- F, #49172, d. after 1486
- Father Sir John Halsham1,6,2,4 b. c 1357, d. 16 Apr 1415
- Mother Maud Mauley1,2,4 d. 14 Jun 1453
- Anne Halsham married Sir John Bohun, son of Sir John Bohun, 1st Lord Bohun and Cecily Filliol, before 25 October 1429.1,2,4 Anne Halsham married Sir Robert Roos, Keeper of Rockingham Castle, Chamberlain & Customer of Berwick-on-Tweed, son of Sir William Roos, 6th Earl Roos, Lord Treasurer of England and Margaret Arundel, after 25 January 1433; They had 2 sons (Sir Henry & John) & 1 daughter (Eleanor, wife of Robert Lovell, of Thomas Proute (Proude), Esq., & of Sir Richard Haute).7,2,3,4,5 Anne Halsham died after 1486.1,7,2,4
- Family 1 Sir John Bohun b. 6 Jan 1363, d. 25 Jan 1433
- Family 2 Sir Robert Roos, Keeper of Rockingham Castle, Chamberlain & Customer of Berwick-on-Tweed d. 30 Dec 1448
- [S11569] Europaische Stammtafeln, by Wilhelm Karl, Prinz zu Isenburg, Vol. III, Tafel 666.
- [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. I, p. 323-324.
- [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 457.
- [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 83-84.
- [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 497.
- [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. I, p. 66.
- [S11569] Europaische Stammtafeln, by Wilhelm Karl, Prinz zu Isenburg, Vol. III, Tafel 688.
- From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p1636.htm#i49172
- Anne Halsham1
- F, #137458, b. before 1419
- Last Edited=3 Jan 2005
- Anne Halsham was born before 1419. She was the daughter of John Halsham and Maud Mawley.1 She married, firstly, Sir John de Bohun, son of Sir John de Bohun, 1st Lord Bohun and Cicely Filliol, before 25 October 1429.1 She married, secondly, Sir Robert Ros in 1433.1
- From before 25 October 1429, her married name became de Bohun.1 From 1433, her married name became Ros.1 On 24 November 1449 her dower was assigned.1
- 1.[S6] G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume II, page 201. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.
- From: http://thepeerage.com/p13746.htm#i137458
- John De BOHUN of Midhurst (Sir)
- Born: 6 Jan 1361/62, Bradninch, Devonshire, England
- Died: 25 Jan 1431/32
- Notes: was never called to Parliament in recognition of his Barony.
- Father: John De BOHUN (1º B. Bohun of Midhurst)
- Mother: Cecily FILLIOL
- Married 1: Alice ?
- 1. Beatrice De BOHUN
- Married 2: Anne HALSHAM (dau. of John Halsham and Maud Mawle)
- 2. John De BOHUN of Midhurst (Sir)
- From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/BOHUN.htm#John De BOHUN of Midhurst (Sir)2
- Sir John Bohun
- Birth: unknown, England
- Death: Jan. 25, 1433, England
- Knight of Midhurst, Sussex. First surviving son of Sir John Bohun and his second wife, Cecily Filoll, daughter of Sir John.
- John married an Anne and had a son Sir Humphrey and one daughter, Beatrice.
- Secondly, he married Anne Halsham, the daughter and heiress of John Halsham of West Grinstead and Applesham, Sussex.
- Sir John died 25 Jan 1433 and was buried next to his first wife at Easebourne Priory. His widow married Sir Robert Ros of More End, Northamptonshire, Keeper of Rockingham Castle.
- Burial: Easebourne Priory, Easebourne, Chichester District, West Sussex, England
- Find A Grave Memorial# 107887818
- From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=bohun&GSfn=john&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GScntry=5&GSob=n&GRid=107887818&df=all&
- MAUNSER, Michael, of Midhurst,, Suss.
- Offices Held
- Tax collector, Suss. Sept. 1431.
- Maunser came from a local family, one of whose number, Roger, had been assessed at Midhurst for the poll tax of 1379. He himself served as a juror at two coroners’ inquests held there in January 1402, then indicting the lord of the borough, Sir John Bohun, together with his servants, for the murder of William Baggele*. Bohun’s men took their revenge a month later by lying in wait to ambush Maunser and John Ive II*, a fellow juror, but they apparently escaped.1
- Maunser witnessed a deed at Midhurst in March 1422 on behalf of Thomas Westlond*. Another close associate was Michael Baggele* (son of the man murdered in 1401): together, in 1428, they acted as trustees of properties at Midhurst, West Dean, and Easebourne, which were then settled on John atte Wode and his wife; and they both attested the enfeoffment made by Sir John Bohun and his wife, Anne, of their manors of Midhurst and Easebourne in September 1430. Evidently, they were now reconciled to Sir John. Maunser was a member of the jury which at Midhurst in October 1431 gave evidence to the escheator about the landed possessions of Thomas Baggele, Michael’s brother, who had been burnt at the stake as a convicted heretic earlier that year. He and Michael were among the eight leading burgesses of Midhurst who, in April 1432, reached an agreement with Sir John Bohun whereby the town’s liberties were confirmed and enlarged.2
- From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1386-1421/member/maunser-michael
- Sussex archaeological collections relating to the history and ..., Volume 20 By Sussex Archaeological Society Pg.11-12
- After the entire estate had been remitted to the Bohuns, Franco's grandson John died without children, and was succeeded by his brother James, who married the heiress of Wm. de Braose, of Bramber. Their only child was the most distinguished of the family, fighting at Cressy, in 1346, endowing the Benedictine Nunnery of Easebourne, and dying
- in 1367, after having been summoned to Parliament, from 1363 to 1366, as Lord Bohun of Midhurst. His second wife, Cecilia, was another heiress, and she brought the good estates of the Filiols, of Essex. Their only child, another John, lived for 57 years after his father's death.
- This John seems to have been a troublesome person, for among the Bills in Chancery, perferred to Thomas Arundel, Archbishop of York, whilst Chancellor (15 to 20 Rich. II.) is one from the Burgesses of Midhurst, praying that he might find fresh securities in L40, to keep the peace, the sureties already given, viz., John Bramshote and William Tailard, not having tenements of that value.
- When he died, he left Midhurst for his feoffees (men of note in Sussex) to grant to his widow Anne, which they did on 4th January, 1440 [18 Hen. VI.]
- Know all (39) present and future that we, Hugh Halsham, knt., (40) John Lyndesfeld, clerk, William Ryman, (41) Walter Vere, Richard Wakehurst, (42) William Sydeney, John Lelye, and Walter Urry, (43) feoffees of Sir John Bohun, knight, lately dead, to perform his last will and testament, have given, and by these our charter, have confirmed to Anne, late wife of the said John Bohun, all these our manors of Cowdray, Midhurst, Eseborne, and Farnehurst, with all members, &c., to hold to her for her life.
- That he married late in life is clear, for his eldest son, Humphrey, was only 14 when his father died. This Humphrey died about 50 years old, for his will was made on 2nd Nov., 1468, and proved ten days after. .... etc.
- .... etc.
- (A) Sir John de Bohun, Lord of Midhurst (b 14.11.1301, d 05.12.1367)
- m1. (before 1326) Isabel (perhaps dau of Sir Henry de Tregoz of Goring)
- (i) Edward de Bohun (dvpsp 01.1361/2)
- m. Philippe de Brian (dau of Sir Guy de Brian)
- (ii) Joan de Bohun
- m. John de Lisle of Gatcombe (dsp 1369)
- m2. (before 06.11.1342) Cicely Filliol (d 08.1381, dau of Sir John Filliol of Kelvedon, etc)
- (iii) Sir John de Bohun of Midhurst (b 06.01.1362/3, d 25.01.1432/3)
- m1. Alice (a 12.1419)
- (1) Neither Sir John nor any of his successors were called to Parliament and so were not known as Lords in their time.
- (2) BE1883 reports that Sir John had 2 sons - John (his successor who was father of John whose heirs were his 2 daughters) and Sir Humphrey (who dsp). We follow TCP which suggests that he had just one son ...
- (a) Sir Humphrey Bohun of Midhurst, Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire (b 06.05.1418, d 11.1468)
- m. Margaret Estfield (d before 15.03.1445/6, dau of Sir William Estfield, Mayor of London)
- ((1)) John Bohun of Midhurst (d before 26.04.1494)
- m. (before 25.06.1467) Anne Arderne (dau of Sir Piers Arderne of Latton)
- ((A)) Mary Bohun
- m. Sir David Owen of Easebourn
- ((B)) Ursula Bohun
- m. Sir Robert Southwell (dsp)
- m2. (before 25.10.1429) Anne Halsham (dau of John Halsham of West Grinstead and Applesham)
- .... etc.
- Main source(s): BE1883 (Bohun of Midhurst) with some support/input from TCP (Bohun)
- From: Stirnet.com
Anne de Bohun's Timeline
England, United Kingdom
Wales, United Kingdom
Of West Dean, West Tytherly, Hampshire, England
May 6, 1418
Never called to Parl. in recog. of his Barony; land in abeyance
May 6, 1418
England, United Kingdom