About Hadewise de Hastings
Probably the youngest child of Walter FitzOtho and Beatrice de Offaly/Offley. A daughter (name not documented) is recorded as marrying Robert (not Walter - Walter the Deacon was his father) of Little Easton and having [five] children:
i) WILLIAM FtzRobert [de Hastings] (-). Henry I King of England confirmed the grant of land of which his father was seised to "Robert son of Walter of Windsor" and that he granted the same land to "William son of the said Robert", by charter dated 25 Dec .
ii) RALPH de Hastings (-[1160/63]). Henry II King of England confirmed to "Ralph de Hastynges dapifero of the queen" the lands formerly belonging to Ralph steward of St Edmund’s and to "Maurice de Windsor maternal uncle of the said Ralph de Hastings" by charter dated to . Steward of St Edmunsbury. Steward of Queen Eleanor. The Red Book of the Exchequer refers to "Radulfus de Hastinges de Etone vi m iii milites" in Gloucestershire in [1160/61]. m LESCELINE de Trailly, daughter of --- (-after 1163). Her family origin and marriage are stated in Domesday Descendants, which does not cite the corresponding primary source.
iii) [RICHARD de Hastings . His parentage is indicated by Keats-Rohan who does not cite the corresponding primary source.]
iv) [ALICE de Hastings . Her parentage is indicated by Keats-Rohan who does not cite the corresponding primary source.]
v) [EMMA de Hastings . Her parentage and marriage are indicated by Keats-Rohan who does not cite the corresponding primary source. m WALTER de Excestre, son of ---.]
Hadewise de Hastings's Timeline
Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire, , Wales
Bradenlove, Buckinghamshire, , England