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Hamon Belknap, Esq.

Also Known As: "Bealknap", "Beltoft"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Seintlynge, Kent, England (United Kingdom)
Death: July 10, 1439 (44)
Seintlynge, Kent, England (United Kingdom)
Immediate Family:

Son of Robert Belknap, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, Knight and Juliana Belknap
Husband of Joan Belknap
Father of Elizabeth Ferrers; Griselda Belknap; William Belknap; John Belknap; Philip Belknap, Esq. and 2 others
Brother of Joan Hampden; Thomas Belknap; John Belknap; Robert Belknap and Juliana Avenell

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About Hamon Belknap, Esq.

Belknap family history: Gathered here is the most comprehensive public repository of materials on the life of Sir Hamon Belknap, son of Sir Robert Belknap who served as Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas in England during the 14th Century.

http://www.belnapfamily.org/sirhamonbelknap.htm

Alternative Spellings of Family Name:

  • Belknap
  • Bealknap
  • Belnap
  • Belknappe
  • Bealknappe
  • Belnappe

Calendar of Close Rolls: Henry V ▪ CCR, Henry V, vol. __, p. 430: Mentions Thomas Stonore, Hamon Belknap 7 Sep 1417 Calendar of Close Rolls: Henry VI ▪ CCR, Henry VI, vol. 1, p. 42: Mentions Thomas and Alice Stonore, Hamon Belknap 14 Nov 1422 http://www.bel ▪ CCR, Henry VI, vol. 1, p. 441: Mentions Joan wife of Hamon and son John 8 Jul 1429 http://www.bel ▪ CCR, Henry VI, vol. __, p. 269: John Belknap, proof of age 6 Dec 1433 ▪ CCR, Henry VI, vol. __, p. 315: John, son and heir of Hamon Belknap 29 Jun 1434 Calendar of Fine Rolls: Henry V ▪ CFR, Henry V, vol. __, p. 79: Mentions death of Juliana Belknap; sons Thomas, John, Hamon Belknap 18 Oct 1414 Calendar of Fine Rolls: Henry VI ▪ CFR, Henry VI, vol. 15, p. 236 22 Jan 1429 http://www.bel ▪ CFR, Henry VI, vol. 15, p. 258 16 Feb 1429 http://www.bel ▪ CFR, Henry VI, vol. 16, p. 33: Hamon Belknap, son John 1 Mar 1431 http://www.bel Special Collections: Ancient Petitions (UK National Archives) ▪ Petition of Hamo Bealknap 1414 SC 8/23/1136 http://www.bel summary http://www.bel ▪ Petition of Henry Fouldon and Margaret Fouldon, his wife about 1421 SC 8/24/1167 http://www.bel summary http://www.bel ▪ Petition of Hamo Bealknap (Belknap), son and heir of Robert Bealknap, knight 1425-1426 SC 8/25/1206 http://www.bel part 2 http://www.bel summary http://www.bel Chancery Records (UK National Archives) Chancery: Ancient Deeds, Series C ▪ Conveyance by Thomas Chaucer, John Golafre, and Hamo Belknap, lords of the manor of Ermyngton, to Richard Fortescu and Agnes his wife, in tail, of land [at Ermyngton], between Holecombeslad and the highway leading from Saneford to Prutastoneslond, in consideration of their renouncing a claim of the said Agnes to common in gross in the said manor, on the west side of a ditch called 'la Yalthadych', and releasing all their right in the said manor: Devon. Note: paper draft 3 Henry VI Michaelmas C 146/3015 Chancery: Inquisitions Post Mortem, Series I, Henry VI ▪ Belknap, Hamon, esq: Sussex, Essex, Kent 1428-1429 C 139/39/43 Chancery pleadings in French, addressed to the Lord Chancellor (with no further identification of which Lord Chancellor) ▪ Thomas Chaucer, John Golafre, Hamond Belknap, John Hurlegh, chaplain, John Warfeld, and Thomas Berdelegh. v. Richard, son of John Fortescu, and brother-in-law of John Bosan, the two latter being justices of the peace for Devon.: Forcible entry into the manor and hundred of Ermington.: Devon. 1386-1486 C 1/69/24 Chancery pleadings addressed to the Bishop of Bath and Wells as Lord Chancellor ▪ Joan, late the wife of John Dedham, knt. and sometime the wife of Hamond Bealknap, esq. and John, son of the said Hamond. v. John Ferby, feoffee of the said John Hamond.: Manors of Crockenhill (Crokhornhull) and Kingsnorth (Kyngesnode).: [Kent]. 1432-1443, possibly 1467-1470 C 1/11/497 Canterbury Cathedral Archives Dean and Chapter Archive, Chartae Antiquae O. From: Henry V, king of England To: John Pelham, knight ('Chivaler'); Richard Norton'; Thomas Colepeper, knight; William Cheyne; Stephen Bettenham; Robert Oxenbregg; Henry Hoorne; William Marchaund; Hamo Bealknap; John Chydicroft 10 Jul 1414 CCA-DCc-ChAnt/O/107 Great losses have occurred because the sea defences and land drainage between the port of the town ('villa') of Rye and the bridge of Bodiam in the counties of Kent (sic) and Sussex are not properly repaired and maintained. The king, wishing to provide a remedy, assigns them to survey the walls and other defences, to find out by whose fault the losses have occurred and who holds lands, pastures or fisheries there. They are to carry out distraints, amercements and anything else necessary to pay for the repair, renewal and clearing of the sea defences. They are also to appoint wardens ('custos') for the protection of the sea defences, to hear the accounts of the collectors of money for repairing the defences, to distrain for arrears of these collections and to hear and determine any disputes. They are to compel any who resist to repair the defences. Sent patent. The clerk is Preswyk'. Given at Westminster [Middlesex]. Endorsed with description in 18th cent hand. Norris and Alderman Bunce have catalogued this document as relating to 'Odiam'.


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Hamon Belknap, Esq.'s Timeline

1394
September 4, 1394
Seintlynge, Kent, England (United Kingdom)
1414
1414
St. Mary Cray, Seintlynge, Kent, England
1417
1417
Griffe, Warwickshire, England
1418
1418
Sussex, England
1422
1422
England, United Kingdom
1423
1423
Church of the Moate, Moat, Near Canterbury, Kent, England (United Kingdom)
1435
1435
Griffe, Warwickshire, England (United Kingdom)
1437
1437
Griffe, Warwickshire, England
1439
July 10, 1439
Age 44
Seintlynge, Kent, England (United Kingdom)
1896
November 3, 1896
Age 44