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Joan FitzHugh

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Birthplace: Probably Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
Death: 1512 (55-57)
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Daughter of Sir Henry Fitzhugh, 5th Baron Fitzhugh of Ravensworth and Alice Fitzhugh
Sister of Alice Fitzhugh; Margery Constable; Anne Lovell; Richard Fitzhugh, 6th Baron Fitzhugh of Ravensworth; Thomas Fitzhugh and 5 others

Occupation: Nun
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About Joan FitzHugh

  • 'A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and ... (1835) Vol. II
  • http://www.archive.org/details/agenealogicalan00austgoog
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/agenealogicalan00austgoog#page/n615/mode/1up
  • SIR RICHARD DE HODLESTON, one of the heroes of AGINCOURT, and made a KNIGHT BANNERET on that celebrated field. He served in the wars of France in the tetinue of Sir William de Harrington, K.G. whose sister, Margaret, daughter of Robert de Harrington, Lord Harrington, he had married. Sir Richard was s. by his son,
    • SIR JOHN HODLESTON, knt. Lord of Millum, who was sheriff of Cumberland in the 35th of HENRY VI. to which office he was appointed for life by the Duke of Gloucester. he represented the county in the 7th of EDWARD IV. and was keeper and bailiff of the king's woods and chases in Barnoldewicke, in the county of York, steward of Penrith, and warden of the West Marches. He m. JOANE, eldest daughter and co-heir of SIR MILES STAPLETON,|| and had three sons, viz.
    • The youngest son,
      • SIR WILLIAM HODLESTON, knt. espoused the lady ISABEL NEVILL, fifth daughter of John, MARQUESS OF MONTACUTE. This lady, on the death of her brother George, duke of Bedford, divided with her four sisters as his co-heirs, the large possessions which had belonged to the MARQUESS OF MONTACUTE, her father, to SIR EDMUND INGLESTHORPE, her maternal grandfather and to JOHN TIPTOFT, EARL OF WORCESTER, her maternal great-uncle, as fully set forth in the ancient partition made on the 4th of July, 17th of HENRY VII. in the hands of the present Mr. Huddleston. Lady Isabella's
      • http://www.archive.org/stream/agenealogicalan00austgoog#page/n617/mode/1up
      • portion comprised fifteen manors or estates, amongst which were those of SAWSTON and Dernford, still the property and abode of the family. By the co-heir of Montacute branch of the great family of Nevill (which see at foot), who survived him, Sir William had two sons, viz.
      • http://www.archive.org/stream/agenealogicalan00austgoog#page/n616/mode/1up
      • ' * SIR JOHN HODLESTON (second son of Sir Richard (THIS MUST BE ERROR AND SHOULD BE SIR JOHN) and Joane Stapleton) m. Joan, daughter of Lord Fitz-hugh, and dying in the 5th of HENRY VIII. was s. by his son,
        • SIR JOHN HODLESTON, K.B. Lord of Millum, who espoused, first, the Lady Jane Clifford, youngest daughter of Henry, Earl of Cumberland (see BURKE'S Extincet Peerage), but had no issue. He wedded, secondly, Joan, sister of Sir John Seymour, knt. and aunt of JANE SEYMOUR, Queen Consort of HENRY VIII. and had two sons,
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Joan FitzHugh's Timeline

1456
1456
Probably Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
1512
1512
Age 56
1970
May 19, 1970
Age 56
May 19, 1970
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May 19, 1970
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August 6, 1970
Age 56
August 6, 1970
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August 6, 1970
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December 3, 1970
Age 56
December 3, 1970
Age 56