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  • ID: I33583
  • Name: Henry HUSEE , of Harting & Standen, Sir 1
  • Sex: M
  • ALIA: Henry /Hussey/, of Harting, Sir
  • Birth: 1 AUG 1240 in Standen Hussey Manor, Hungerford, Berkshire, England 1
  • Death: 23 JUL 1290 in Harting, Midhurst, Sussex, England 1
  • Note:
    BARONY OF HUSEE or HUSSEY or HOSE or HUSE

    SIR HENRY HUSEE, of Harting, Sussex, Standen Huse, Wilts, South Moreton, Berks, Eling, Hants, &c, son and heir of Sir Matthew Huse, by Agnes, daughter and coheir of Hugh de Saunford, of Missenden, Bucks, was b. 1 Aug 1240. On 3 Mar 1252/3 his lands and marriage were granted in custody to John Maunsell, Provost of Beverley. As Henry Huse, son of Matthew, he had with others a pardon 14 Feb 1262/3 for trespass in Bernwood Forest. On 9 Apr 1266, at the instance of Prince Edward, he had licence to enclose a place at his manor of Harting, wherever might appear expedient, with dike and wall of stone and to crenellate the same. On 30 Jan 1267/8 he and Robert de Rogate, the King's Serjeant, had a grant of a yearly fair at their manor of Rogate, and on 29 Aug 1271 he had a grant of a weekly market at his manor of Hartling and yearly fair there, and free warren in his demesne lands in Harting, Standen, Berks and Wilts, South Moreton, Berks, Missenden, Bucks, and Chiggeshall [Chykeswell in Brenchley], "Chilteston", Deane and Stourmouth, Kent. He was summoned for Military Service from 12 Dec 1276 to 14 June 1283 by writs directed Henrico Husee, &c. On 5 Nov 1280 he had a protection on going to Wales on the King's service. He was constable of Porchester Castle in 1289.

    He m. 1stly, Joan, daughter and coheir of Alard le Fleming, of Pulborough, Sussex, Sapperton, co. Gloucester, &c., by Emma, sister of John Maunsell, Provost of Beverley and Treasurer of York. She d. in or before 1278-79, when liberties at Rudgwick in Sussex were claimed by Walter de L'Isle and Florence, his wife, Henry, son of Henry Husee, being the other heir. He may have m. 2ndly, Margaret (c). He certainly m. 3rdly, Agnes. He d. 23 July 1290. His widow (Agnes) had as temporary assignment of dower, 27 Aug 1290, the manor of Standen, and was afterwards dowered in Standen, Berks and Wilts, Tidworth, Wilts, Moreton, Berks, Missenden, Bucks, and 1/3 of Freefolk, Hants, having renounced her rights in Harting and other manors. She had licence, 6 June 1300, to marry Piers de Brewes if she would (b). She was living 8 Apr 1326. [Complete Peerage VII:1-3]

    (c) On 3 Aug 1279 there was a commission touching persons who assaulted Margaret Husee and her men at Fikeldenn (Figheldean), co. Dorset, while they and their possessions were in the King's special protection. On 25 Feb 1279/80 the sheriff of Wilts was ordered to deliver Henry Husee from prison, the King having for 100 marks pardoned his trespass in taking a doe; but this order was vacated, Henry having been charged therewith on justice-roll, co. Southampton. On 4 June 1280 Henry Husee was pardoned 50 marks of the 100 marks for which he was lately amerced for trespass of the forest out of regard for his dear wife Margaret, and was ordered to pay 100 marks to the Friars Preachers, London, towards the building of their new church. On 16 Oct 1288 Henry Husee was to be acquitted 50 marks of the 100 marks fine by the justices, co. Southampton, for trespass of the forest, as the King in the 8th year acquitted Henry of 50 marks in consideration of the King's kinswoman, Margaret, Henry's wife. On 1 Apr 1300 Henry Husee, son and heir of Henry Husee, was pardoned 100 marks wherein his father was amerced for trespass of venison in the King's chase of Fremantle. There was, however, more than one Henry Husee.

    (b) Licence for Agnes, late wife of Henry Husee, tenant-in-chief, to marry Piers de Brewose if she would. Presumably this was Sir Piers de Brewes, father of Sir Thomas de Brewes (summoned 1348). See under Brewes Barony by writ. In 1307 Piers de Brewes was holding in North Tidworth in right of Agnes Husee his wife.




    Father: Matthew HUSEE , of Harting & Standen, Sir b: ABT 1205 in Harting, Midhurst, Sussex, England
    Mother: Agnes de SAUNFORD b: ABT 1215 in Great Missenden, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England

    Marriage 1 Joan le FLEMING b: ABT 1244 in Pulborough, Thakeham, Sussex, England
    • Married: in 1st wife 1
    Children
    1. Has Children Henry 1st Baron HUSEE , of Harting, Sir b: ABT 21 DEC 1265 in Harting, Midhurst, Sussex, England
    2. Has Children John HUSEE , of Betchworth, Sir b: ABT 1266 in Betchworth Castle, Reigate, Surrey, England

    Marriage 2 Margaret , kinswoman of the King b: ABT 1250
    • Married: BEF 3 AUG 1279 in 2nd wife ? 2

    Marriage 3 Agnes de CLIFFORD b: ABT 1274 in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England
    • Married: BEF 1290 in 1st husband 3rd wife 1

    Sources:
    1. Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
      Page: VII:1-3
    2. Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
      Page: VII:2 note (c)
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