Jane Hussey (Pigot)
|Birthplace:||Clotheram, Yorkshire, England|
|Death:||Died in Leeds, Yorkshire, England|
|Place of Burial:||Leeds, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom|
Daughter of Thomas Pigott, Esquire and Isabel Pigot (Gascoigne)
|Managed by:||Carole (Erickson) Pomeroy,Vol. C...|
About Jane Hussey
- Jane Pigot1
- F, #34651, b. circa 1495
- Father Thomas Pigott, Esq. b. c 1454, d. 16 May 1513
- Mother Isabel Gascoigne b. c 1457
- Jane Pigot was born circa 1495 at of Clotherham, Yorkshire, England.2 She married Giles Hussey, son of Sir John Hussey, Baron Sleaford and Anne Grey, circa 1529.2
- Family Giles Hussey b. c 1510
- Thomas Hussey, Esq.+ b. 1530
- [S10726] Unknown author, The Hussey Connection to the Plantagenet Lineage, by Roy Leggitt.
- [S11568] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, p. 17, notes.
- From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p1154.htm#i34651
- Giles HUSSEY (Sir)
- Born: ABT 1505, Caythorpe, Lincolnshire, England
- Notes: "Knights of England", vol II, p 45 lists: Giles Hussey - 1523, Jul 1. Knights made by the Lord Admiral AFT taking of Morlaix "for their hardness and courage". He was probably ABT 18 at this time. Bravery, family, standing, etc. counted more than a mature age. Over the years, many Husseys of England and Ireland were knighted. Giles's half brother, William was knighted in 1513. According to the Lincolnshire Pedigrees, Sir Giles Hussey of Caythorpe, was knighted by the Earl of Surrey at the Sacking of Morlaix in France 1522.
- Father: John HUSSEY (1º B. Hussey of Sleaford)
- Mother: Anne GREY (B. Hussey of Sleaford)
- Married: Jane PIGOT (dau. and coheir of Thomas Pigot of Clotheram) 1525, Clotheram, York, England
- 1. Thomas HUSSEY
- 2. Francis HUSSEY (b. 1528)
- 3. Alice HUSSEY
- 4. Elizabeth HUSSEY
- From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/HUSSEY.htm#Giles HUSSEY (Sir)1
- John Hussey, 1st Baron Hussey of Sleaford (sometimes "Huse"; 1465/1466 – 1536/1537) was Chief Butler of England from 1521 until his death. He was a member of the House of Lords, and a Chamberlain to King Henry VIII's daughter, Mary I of England.
- .... etc.
- Hussey first married Margaret Blount in 1490 at Mangotsfield, by whom he had three sons:
- Sir William Hussey, Knt. (c. 1492)
- Thomas Hussey (c. 1495)
- Gilbert Hussey (c. 1497)
- About 1509, he then married Lady Anne Grey (c. 1490, Denbigh – from 1 March 1544/1545 to 11 February 1545/1546), daughter of George Grey, 2nd Earl of Kent by his second wife, Catherine Herbert. They had eight children:
- Sir Giles Hussey (born 1505, who married Jane Pigot, and had issue (descendants include President **Richard Nixon (twice), actor James Dean and entrepreneurs J. A. Folger and Peter Folger)
- Joan Hussey, wife of Sir Roger Forster.
- Elizabeth Hussey, second wife of Sir Robert Throckmorton of Coughton, Warwickshire (d. 1586), and had four daughters and two sons
- Bridget Hussey (c. 1526 - 13 January 1600/1601, bur. Watford, Hertfordshire, will dated 2 June 1600) probated 12 January 1600/1601), wife of Sir Richard Morrison of Cashiobury, Hertfordshire (d. Strasbourg, 17 March 1556), Henry Manners, 2nd Earl of Rutland before 1563, without issue, and second wife of Francis Russell, 2nd Earl of Bedford on 25 June 1566, without issue; her daughter by first husband Jane Sibella Morrison (d. July 1615, last will dated 6 March 1614/1615 probated 14 July 1615), naturalized as an English subject in 1575/1576, married c. 1571 Edward Russell, Baron Russell (d. bef. June 1572 without issue and intestate and his estate was administered on 30 June 1572, bur. Chenies, Buckinghamshire), son of Francis Russell, 2nd Earl of Bedford and Margaret St John, and after 1572 Sir Arthur Grey, 14th Baron Grey de Wilton, and had issue
- Anne or Agnes Hussey, who married Sir Humphrey Browne, Justice of the Common Pleas, by whom she was the mother of Christian Browne, wife of Sir John Tufton, 1st Baronet.
- Dorothy Hussey
- Mary Hussey
- William Hussey
- After his execution, Hussey's home in Sleaford, as well as his other estates were confiscated by the crown. His children were restored to Parliament in 1563 during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, but Hussey's title was forfeited, and the estates were not returned.
- From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hussey,_1st_Baron_Hussey_of_Sleaford
- (1) Much of the upper section of this page was first launched within Temp90 on 10.04.12. It was moved here when we came across the article in 'The Genealogist' (identified below) which enabled us to avoid relying on various (contradictory) web sites and sort out the contradictions within Foster (who shows inconsistency between the 2 pages which cover this family - 'Pigot of Clotherham etc.' and 'Leeds Pigot Metcalfe etc.') and between Foster and Visitation (Yorkshire, 1563-4, Pygot), the latter now being largely ignored.
- (2) 'The Genealogist' reports that "The family of Pigot is said to have been descended from a Norman nobleman, and top have settled in different provinces of England at or soon after the Conquest. A branch was settled in Yorkshire at an early period."
- Lorette Pigot or Pycott
- 1. Geoffrey Pigot or Piechott de Melmorby, Yorkshire (d by 1310)
- m. Joan (a 1310)
- A. Sir Randolph Pigot or Pygot of Melmorby & Carlton (a 1340)
- This appears to be the Ralph (b c1269) shown by various web sites as m. Emma de Clotherham. Foster names his wife Joan whilst 'The Genealogist' identifies her as ...
- m. Joan (possibly dau of Sir John Mincot)
- i. Sir Geffrey Pigot of Melmorby (a 1348)
- m1/2. Elizabeth
- m2/1. Joan shown by various web sites as dau of Thomas de Hawkswell
- a. Sir Randolph (Randall) Pigot of Melmorby & Clotherham (a 1359, d before 10.03.1404/5)
- Various web sites identify Randall's wife (and mother of Geoffrey) as Joan/Johanna, dau of William de Swales. Foster identifies her as ...
- m. Joan de Clotherham (a 1412, dau/heir of John de Clotherham)
- (1) Sir Geoffrey Pigot of Clotherham (a 1418) shown by various web sites as d 1420
- In 'Pigot of Clotherham etc.', Foster shows Margaret as relict of Sir Geoffrey who is shown as mother of Randall. However, in 'Leeds Pigot Metcalfe etc.'. the wife of Galfridus (the first of the family shown in that entry, apparently this Geoffrey) & mother of Ralph is shown as Emma de Ledes. 'The Genealogist' just mentions the marriage to Emma Leeds. We presume that he married twice as follows:
- m1. Emma de Leeds (dau of Sir Roger de Leeds of Northall, sister/heir of William)
- (A) Randolph (Randall/Ralph) Pigot of Clotherham (a 1431, d before 09.05.1467 (1461?))
- Randall is the last mentioned by Foster. The next 2 generations are largely supported by Visitation (Yorkshire, 1563-4, Pygot) which showed Raff as son of Galfrid (by Johanna, dau of Sir John Mynyot) brother of John (father, by dau of Conan Aske, of John & Richard of Ripon) & son of Ralph (reputedly by Emma, dau of Sir William Lancaster of Sockbridge).
- m. Margaret Plumpton (dau of Sir Robert Plumpton of Plumpton)
- (i) Sir Geoffrey Pigot of Clotherham (b before 1428, d by 1469?)
- m. Margaret Sewarby (d c11.1485, dau/heir of John Sewarby of Sewarby or Sywardby)
- The following is supported by 'The Gentleman's Magazine' (vol 134, July 1823).
- (a) Sir Randolph Pigot of Clotherham (dsp 09.08.1503, Wakeman of Ripon)
- m. Joan Strangeways (dau of Sir Richard Strangeways (Strangweis or Stranguysh) of Harsley Castle by Elizabeth, dau of William Neville, Earl of Kent)
- (b) Thomas Pigot of Clotherham (d 16.05.1513)
- m. Isabell Gascoyne (dau of "a younger brother of the house of Gascoyne")
- ((1)) Margaret Pigot (b 1493, d 03.02.1531)
- m. (1507) Sir James Medcalfe of Nappa
- ((2)) Elizabeth Pigot (b 1498, dsp)
- m1. Sir James Strangways of Harsley Castle (dsp 1541)
- m2. Sir Charles Brandon (natural son of Charles, Duke of Suffolk)
- m3. Francis Neville of Barby (son of Sir John of Chevete)
- ((3)) Joan (Jane) Pigot (b 1501, bur 29.10.1597)
- m1. Sir Giles Hussey of Cawthorpe (Caythorpe/Gunthorpe)
- m2. Thomas Folkingham of North Hall
- ((4)) Margery Pigot
- m. Thomas Waterton
- (c) William Pigot (dsp young?) .... etc.
- Main source(s): 'The Genealogist' (New Series, George Marshall, vol 2 (1878), 'Pigot of Melmorby in Coverdale, and of Clotherham near Ripon, co. York', p294+) with some support from Visitation (Foster, Yorkshire, 1584/5+1612, 'Pigot of Clotherham, etc'.) and with input/support/contradiction as reported above
- From: Stirnet.com
- .... etc.
- Sir John was attainted and executed for treason. BE1883 reports that Sir John married Anne Grey before Margaret Blount but TCP shows the marriages the other way round. BE1883 allocates the children differently from the following which is as shown by Maddison.
- m1. (before 04.08.1492) Margaret Blount (b 03.10.1474, widow of Sir John Barr of Barr's Court, dau of Sir Simon Blount of Mangotsfield or Mangotsbury by Eleanor Daubeny)
- a. .... etc.
- m2. (before 04.08.1492) Anne Grey (d before 11.02.1545/6, dau of George Grey, 2nd Earl of Kent)
- b. Sir Giles Hussey of Caythorpe BE1883 suggests that Giles dsp but Maddison shows issue as shown below
- m. Jane Pigot (dau of Thomas Pigot of Clotherham)
- (1) Thomas Hussey
- m. Bridget Bowes (dau of Richard Bowes of Aske)
- (A) John Hussey of Honington and Caythorpe (dsp before 05.09.1587)
- m. Elizabeth Metcalfe (sister of Thomas, widow of Thomas Trigge of Stamford)
- (B) George Hussey
- (i) John Hussey
- (C) Elizabeth Hussey
- m. Thomas Stydolf of Norbury (d 1604)
- (2) Alice Hussey
- m. Blaise Holland of Howell
- (3) Elizabeth Hussey
- m. Percival Lumley of Kew ('base son of Lord Lumley')
- (4)+ other issue - Francis, John
- c. .... etc.
- Main source(s): Maddison's Lincolnshire Pedigrees (1906, Hussey of Sleaford and Honington), BE1883 (Hussey of Sleford), TCP (Hussey), BEB1884 (Hussey of Honington), BEB1844 (Hussey of Caythorpe)
- From: Stirnet.com
Jane Hussey's Timeline
August 5, 1492
Clotheram, Yorkshire, England
Probably Dorking, Surrey, England
Dover, Kent, England, United Kingdom
England, United Kingdom
Old Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
Old Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
Of, Caythorpe, Kent, Eng
February 3, 1531
Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Leeds, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom