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About Everard Hungerford
The title "Sir" is attributed to Everard de Hungerford in some places on the internet but no evidence that this was the case has been found.
Subject of the Hungerford Family project discussion
Everard de Hungerford is generally the earliest de Hungerford recorded in most published genealogies.
The following recorded information has no source recorded.
- Born: before 1160, Heytesbury, Wiltshire, England
- Died: after 1186 Heytesbury, Wiltshire, England
- Married: Not known
It would seem that this information has been passed on from tree to tree online with only other trees quoted as a source.
(Apart from online trees)
Everard de Hungerford is the earliest Hungerford referred to. He was alive in 1160 so his birthdate is Before 1160.
"The Hungerford Family: The Hungerford family was living in the town after which they were named as early as 1160, when there is mention of Everard de Hungerford. (There is no record of his birth date)". does not say where he is mentioned.
- A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages of England, Ireland, and Scotland, Extinct, Dormant, and in Abeyance. England (ISBN 10: 114334037X / ISBN 13: 9781143340376) Burke, John
"Everard de Hungerford is mentioned, by reason of a fine of twenty pounds having been then levied upon him".
- Pedigree Resource File according to this tree suggests a birthdate of 1155.
- The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 93, Part 2 page 331 repeats that the earliest reference is in 1160
- The Gentleman's magazine (London, England), Volume 134
Page 331. Reference to R.C. Hoare’s Hungerfordiana “We hear of an Everard de Hungerford, in 1160, and of a William de Hungerford, Abbot of Waverley, who died in 1276, but I cannot trace the descent of this family for a certainty till the time of Walter de Hungerford who married Maud, daughter of John de Hetesbury; and thereby became settled at Heytesbury, in Wiltshire. Here then I must commence my account of this family, so distinguished in after-times, and so fortunate in its intermarriages with many heiresses”.
"...Down Amney, rather more than two miles westward and over two miles northwest of Cow Neck, is a pleasant scattered village of open roads and rose-hung cottages. The church is removed fully half a mile;"
"Towards the west end is an inscription to Sir John Hungerford, who died in 1634, set up to his memory, and as a Memento Mori for himself, by his son Sir Anthony Hungerford, who married Elizabeth Lucy, daughter to a certain Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlcote".
"Hear some of the chief things in the history of those men of this "great race and noble house "of Hungerford who in the direct line preceded Sir Anthony; in order that they may keep company in your mind with those other magnificent English families of whom I have written something heretofore: the Fettiplaces, the Besils, the Untons and the rest. The earliest known of their name is Everard de Hungerford, who was alive in 1160 and afterwards there lived a Walter, who married into the Heytesbury estates..."
- Family search Ancestral file reference for Everard De Hungerford (AFN:9L7L-FO)
Birthdate given as Bef 1160 of Heytesbury, Wiltshire
Not on these References
- History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Isles
- The Visitation of Wiltshire 1623. The earliest references is to Walter de Hungerford born (1378-1449)
- The Peerage - A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe
- Visitation of Gloucestershire 1623 - Start page 87. Begins with Everard's son Walter born about 1230.
- Families directly des. from all the royal familiess. in Europe (495 to 1932). By Mrs. Eliz. M. Leach Rixford.
- The Historic Peerage of England: Exhibiting, Under Alphabetical Arrangement, the Origin, Descent, and Present State of Every Title of Peerage which Has Existed in this Country Since the Conquest ; Being a New Edition of the "Synopsis of the Peerage of England"
Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas› William Courthope
- Hungerfordiana: or Memoirs of the family of Hungerford, Author: Richard Colt Hoare, Sir
There was a private printing (100 copies) of 'Hungerfordiana' by Sir Colt Hoare, Bt., Shaftsbury dated 1st January 1823. Our public library has an original copy. There are 149 pages including index, together with a fine etching of the Gatehouse to Down Ampney.
Containing pedigrees and texts on various branches of the family, it names Everard de Hungerford 1160 and William de Hungerford, Abbott of Waverley 1276 as the earliest members found. Descent is given from Walter de Hungerford who was married to Maud of Heytesbury through their son Walter 1308.
The descent from Everard through to Walter is apparently not given in the referenced book
http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/HUNGERFORD.htm#Everard De HUNGERFORD1
Families directly des. from all the royal fams. in Europe (495 to 1932). By Mrs. Eliz. M. Leach Rixford. Burlington, Vt. 1932. (175p.):35 Not mentioned.
The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine books.google.com/books?id=eA85AQAAMAAJ Edward Hungerford Goddard - 1869 - âNatural history Everard de Hungerford who flourished in 1160, is the first of the name. Along interval separates him from his descendant, Walter de Hungerford, Baron of .. _________________________________________________________________________________
fabpedigree.com/s052/f375563.htmÃ¢ÂÂ Everard de HUNGERFORD. Born: by 1160. HM George I's 15-Great Grandfather. U.S. President's 20-Great Grandfather. PM Churchill's 20-Great Grandfather. __________________________________________________________________________________ see notes about genealogist of Daubeny and related Hungerford family.
Envelope marked "Hungerford Pedigree", containing sketches, inscriptions and notes ACC/1096/040 [mid 19th cent]
Contents: (a) No date, [w. m. 1839] pencil, pen and ink sketch of monument in St Nicholas church, Bristol, to members of the Hungerford, Brown and Daubeney families, 1723-1840. (b) No date, [w. m. 1840] Coloured sketch of coat of arms of the Brownes of Oundle, Northampton. (c) No date, [c 1842?] Plan of arrangements of arms of Hungerford, Brown and Daubeney for shields on the Hungerford monument, [in St Nicholas, Bristol?] (d) No date. [c 1842-3?] Copies of inscription: on memorial tablets to members of the Hungerford family 1638-1752, in the parish churches of Wellow, Somerset, Westbury near Bristol, and All Saints, Bristol. (e) No date. [1847-53?] Pen and ink sketch of memorial tablet in St Benet's Church, Doctors Commons, to John Daubeny, D.C.L., advocate at Doctors Commons, d.16 Feb. 1847, eldest son of John Daubeney, esq., of Bristol, and descended from the Hungerfords of Farley Castle, Somerset, on his mother's side. (f) No date. [mid-late 19th cent.] Pedigree showing the descent of John Daubeney, esq., merchant of Bristol, from the Hungerford family. (g) No date. [mid 19th cent.] Biographical notes on eminent early Hungerfords to Edward IV's reign, arms connected with the Hungerfords and list of plates, from "History of the Hundred of Heylesbury in the County of Wiltshire", by Sir Richard Colt-Hoare. (h) No date. [mid 19th cent.] List of arms connected with the Hungerfords and list of plates from "History of the Hundred of Heylesbury in the County of Wiltshire", by Sir Richard Colt-Hoare. (i) No date. [mid 19th cent.] Another copy of above. (j) No date. [mid 19th cent.] Note on the arms of the Hungerfords, and on Farley Castle and estate. Description of arms on a tomb. (k) No date. [mid 19th cent.] Another copy of above. (l) No date. [mid 19th cent] Brief notes on eminent Hungerfords c 1180-1476.
Large folio book inscribed "Henry Charles Barnston Daubeney from his father Henry Daubeney, Bath, Jan 1849" ACC/1096/041 1849 + + +
Contents: containing: Photocopy of Magna Carta and printed translation of the same: Manuscript pedigree from the Conquest to c 1841, with later corrections in pencil, and additions in different hands to c 1884 and c 1906. Printed pedigree from c 800 to c 1841. Pictures of Belvoir Castle, the battle of Hastings [?] and the tombs of Philip D'Aubigny, Giles Lord Daubeney, and Sir Giles Daubeney of South Petherton. Coat of arms of branches of Daubeney family. Pedigree of contemporary members of families of the name of Daubeney and proofs of this pedigree. Pedigrees of related families: Barnston, Hichens and Hungerford.
++++ Pedigree showing the descent of John Daubeney, esq., L.L.D, from the family of Hungerford ACC/1096/057 [1840-50?]
Contents: Everard de Hungerford, living 1160, to Elizabeth and Marianne Daubeney, daughters of John Daubeney, who married Mr Maccilwain and Mr Bateman in 1832 and 1840 respectively. ++++ Contracted pedigree of the Hungerford family from Sir Walter Hungerford, K.G., Lord Hungerford of Heightesbury and Homet, Treasurer of England, d. 1449, to Ann Brown, d. 1829, who married John Daubeney of Bristol. ACC/1096/079 [Late 19th cent] ++++ Sketch of monument erected in St Nicholas Church, Bristol, to members of the Hungerford, Brown, Daubeney and Jones families buried in the vault, 1723-1840. ACC/1096/091 [c 1840-57?] http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a/records.aspx?cat=074-acc1096&cid=-1#-1
- FamilySearch AFN: 9L7L-F0