Name: Juliana 2nd Baroness de HACHE , of West Hatch 1
Birth: ABT 1272 in Chesterton, Southam, Warwickshire, England
Death: BEF 4 JUL 1322 in North Kelsey, Caistor, Lincolnshire, England 1
BARONY of HATCH or HACHE (II) 1306
Juliane de Hache, dau. and heir, and, according to modern doctrine, suo jure BARONESS HACHE, was m. 1stly, to William de Hardreshull, of Hartshill, co. Warwick, Saleby, co. Lincoln &c. her father's ward. He, who was son and heir of John de Hardreshull, of the same, by Joan, dau. of Sir Philip Nevill, of Scotton, c. Lincoln, was b. at Scotton, and aged 22 on Palm Sunday, 1291, and made proof of his age in 1291 (h). The King took his homage and he had livery of his father's lands 13 Dec 1291 (i). In 1294 he accompanied Eustace de Hache to Gascony, and on 15 Feb 1294/5 had a grant of free warren in Hartshill and elsewhere. He was sum. for military service against the Scots in 1301. He d. bef. 10 Nov 1303 (d), and was buried in the chancel of Saleby Church. On 21 and 22 Jan 1303/4 Juliane, late the wife of William de Hardreshull, had livery of the manors of Saleby and Kelsey and dower assigned. On 26 Nov 1304 she had license to marry whom she would, and m. John Hansard bef. 8 Nov 1306, at which date the said John's homage had been taken and they had livery of her own inheritance at Chesterton in Warwickshire. John Hansard appears to have been living 4 Jul 1322, when John de Hardreshull had livery of the manor of North Kelsey, co. Lincoln, lately demised by him to J. Hansard for life. Hansard had failed to pay the rent, and in any case had adhered to the King's enemies. Possibly Juliane was then dead. [Complete Peerage VI:389-90]
(d) Saleby and Kelsey manors were held jointly with Juliane his wife, of the gift of Eustace de Hache, to them and to the heirs of their bodies.
NOTE: CP described both William and his father John as of Saleby, so it could not have all come from Eustace. Did both families have property there before the marriage?
(h) Sir Thomas Nevill stated that he had been in the service of Sir Philip Nevvill (of Scotton) when John (father of William) m. Joan, dau. of the said Philip and mother of William, and William had been aged 4 when Sir Philip Nevill died. John de Hardreshull (father of William), who d. bef. 25 Jul 1276, was son of William de Hardreshull, who d. bef. 17 Mar 1261/2, by Maud, who d. bef. 23 Oct 1291, which last William had an elder son Robert, who was killed at Evesham, being in arms against the King, whereby certain lands became forfeited, but were afterwards restored.
(i) Among these lads was Saleby, co. Lincoln, which Maud late the wife of William (his grandfather) had held in dower. She had been m. bef. 10 Jul 1264 to William de Arderne or to Elys de Odderton, as appears by a mandate to the sheriff of Lincoln to induce William de Arderne to restore Maud to Elys de Odderton, who had just married her, or to summon William and Maud to show cause why the lands should not be restored to Elys.
Father: Eustace 1st Baron de HACHE , of West Hatch, Sir b: ABT 1250 in West Hatch, Taunton, Somerset, England
Mother: Amice (Avice) LEW , heir of Moreton Morrell b: ABT 1250 in Moreton Morrell, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire, England
William de HARDRESHULL , of Hartshill & Saleby b: 1269 in Scotton, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England (dsp)
in 1st husband 1
- John 3rd Baron Hache de HARDRESHULL , Sir b: 24 AUG 1291 in Hartshill, Atherstone, Warwickshire, England
John HANSARD b: ABT 1268
BEF 8 NOV 1306
in 2nd husband 1
- Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000