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Maud Hudleston (Pennington)

Immediate Family:

Daughter of William de Pennington and Unknown Pennington
Wife of Sir John Huddleston, Knt.
Mother of Sir John Hodelston, Esq. and William Huddleston

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About Maud Hudleston (Pennington)

  • 'A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and ... (1835) Vol. II
    • This branch of (be ancient family of HODELSTON, or HUDDLESTON, of Millum Castle, in Cumberland, became fixed in Cambridgeshire some time in the fifteenth century through an alliance with the once potent house of NEVIL, which it now partly represents. .....
  • SIR JOHN DE HODELSTON, Lord d'Anys, was summoned to a council at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and ordered, on the 26th September, in the 26th of EDWARD I. to attend the king at Carlisle with horse and arms, in the record of which he is styled a baron (see Appendix to the Peerage Report). He was also one of the great council, who subscribed in 1301, the celebrated letter In Pope Boniface VIII. declaring "that their king was not to answer in judgment, for any rights of the crown of England, before any tribunal under heaven, &c. and that by the help of God they would resolutely, and with all their force, maintain against all
  • men." To this important document were affixed the hands and seals of arms of 104 of the earls and barons, amongst whom JOHN DE HODLESTON was the 89th. Sir John assisted at the celebrated siege of Karlaverock, anno 1300, in the train of the Earl of Lincoln. He m. temp. HENRY III. JOAN, daughter and sole heiress of ADAM DE BOIVIL, Lord of Millan,* in Cumberland, and had four sons. RICHARD, his heir, Adam, John, and Robert. Sir John Hodelston claimed free chase between the waters of Eske and Dudene, also lnfangenthef in Millum, Seton, Booth, Kirkstanton.f &c. He was s. by his eldest son,
    • SIR RICHARD DE HODELSTON, Lord of Millum, living 13th EDWARD II. who m. Alice, daughter of Richard Troughton, and was s. by his son,
      • ' SIR JOHN HODLESTON, knt. Lord of Millum, who had permission to hold a market on every Wednesday at his manor of Bothill, in the county of Cumberland, and for a fair to be holden in the same place four days in the evening, and on the day of the exaltation of the Holy Cross, and the two days following ; witnessed by William Talbot, steward of the King's Palace at Westminster, 24th October, 21st EDWARD III. Sir John Hodleston was one of the collectors of the tenth and fifteenth granted by the laity of Cumberland to the king, and he obtained, according to Lysons, license in 1335 to embattle his mansion at Millum. He m. Maude, daughter of Sir William Pennington, and was s. by his son,
        • SIR JOHN DE HODLESTON, knt. Lord of Millum, 14th RICHARD II. who m. Catherine, daughter of Richard Tempest, of Bowling, in Yorkshire, and was s. by his son,
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  • 'Baronia anglica concentrata: or, A concentrated account of all the baronies commonly called baronies in fee; deriving their origin from writ of summons, and not from any specific limited creation, whereto is added The proofs of parliamentary sitting, from the reign of Edw. I to that of Queen Anne; also A glossary of dormants English, Scotch, and Irish peerage titles (1844)
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    • CHART
      • The following account of the successive lords and possessors of Millum, is taken from Nicholson and Burn's History* of the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland:
  • A. John, son of Adam de Hudleston, of Hudleston, in com. Ebor. = Joane, daughter and heir of Adam de Boyvil, of Millum, in com. Cumb. ch: John, summoned to parliament temp. Edward I. ob. coelebs.; Adam,a ob. s.p.; Richard (next heir to Adam).
    • B. Richard (next heir to Adam). = Alice, daughter of Richard Troughton. ch: 'Sir John Hudleston, Knight'.
      • ' C. Sir John de Hudleston, Knight. = Maud, daughter of Sir William Pennington'. ch: John Hudleston.
        • D. John Hudleston. = Catherine, daughter of Richard Tempest, of Bowling, co. Ebor. ch: Richard Hudleston.
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  • Maude Pennington1
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  • Father Sir William Pennington
  • ' Maude Pennington married Sir John Hodleston, Lord of Millum, son of Sir Richard de Hodleston, Lord of Millum and Alice Troughton.
  • 'Family Sir John Hodleston, Lord of Millum d. a 1348
  • Child
    • ◦Sir John de Hodleston+ d. a 1391
  • Citations
  • 1.[S10936] Unknown author, Burke's Commoners, Vol. II, p. 583.
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  • 3.Sir John c. 1240-1309 marr. Sybil de Cornwall.dau. of Lawrence de Cornwall of Ulverston and had int. al ( other issue)
    • 4. Sir Richard c.1282-1334 marr. Alice (?Colville? Troughton?) Had (other issue)
      • ' 5.Sir John c.1306-1367 marr. Maud de Pennington. dau. of Sir William de Pennington Had int al.
        • 6.Sir John c.1330-1398 marr. Katherine Tempest. dau. of Sir Richard Tempest of Bowling. (Y) Had
  • The Lines of English Hudlestons by Annette Hudleston Harwood
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Age 5
Southampton, Southampton, England, United Kingdom