[ALEXANDER DE HILTON, 1st son and heir apparent. His father gave him Rennington, and in January 1289/90 he, as lord of Rennington, gave a piece of land to Alnwick Abbey by a charter to which his father was a witness. As Sir Alexander de Hilton, Knight, he acknowledged a debt in December 1292. In April 1294 he granted the manor of Lawford, Essex, to Benedict de Cokefeud. He headed the Subsidy Roll in Rennington in 1296. He married Elizabeth (c). He died v.p., probably circa 1303, when dower was assigned to his widow.] [Complete Peerage VII:21-2, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]
Father: Robert 1st Baron de HILTON , Sir b: BEF 1231 in Hilton near Wearmouth, Durham, England
Mother: Joan le BRETON b: ABT 1245 in Lawford, Tendring, Essex, England
Marriage 1 Elizabeth b: BEF 1270 in England
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