Name: Henry 1st Baron HUSEE , of Harting, Sir 1
ALIA: Henry 1st Baron /Hussey/, of Harting, Sir
Birth: ABT 21 DEC 1265 in Harting, Midhurst, Sussex, England 1
Death: FEB 1331/32 in Standen Hussey Manor, Hungerford, Berkshire, England 1
BARONY OF HUSEE or HUSSEY (I) 1295
SIR HENRY (HUSEE), LORD HUSEE, son and heir by 1st wife, was born about 21 December 1265. The King took his homage and he had livery of his father's inheritance 26 August 1290. He may have been knight of the shire, Sussex, in 1290. He was summoned for Military Service from 16 July 1294 to 10 October 1325, to attend the King wherever he might be, 8 June 1294, and to Parliament from 24 June 1295 to 10 October 1325, by writs directed Henrico Huse or Husee, whereby he is held to have become LORD HUSEE. On 10 May 1300 he was appointed to hear and determine complaints and transgressions against Magna Carta and the Forest Charter of Henry III. He and his heirs had a grant of free warren in their demesne lands in Danhurst, Hascombe and Godalming, Surrey, 4 March 1306/7. He was summoned 1308 with his consort to attend the Coronation in the train of the King and Queen. He was sheriff of Surrey and Sussex 1320, and on 5 March 1321/2 was concerned in selecting 500 footmen from these counties to be brouglit to Newcastle-on-Tyne.
He married Isabel. He died in February 1331/2 (k). His widow had assignment of dower 10 June 1332. She may have married, 2ndly, before 15 January 1336/7, John GAMBONE (b). [Complete Peerage VII:3-4, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]
(b) Commission on complaint by John Gambone and Isabel his wife that Henry Husee of Harting demised for 17 years to Isabel lands in South Standen, &c., extended at 100 marks, but the said Henry, his servant and others strove to expel her from the lands, snatched the writing from her servant, stole her goods, &c.
(k) On Friday before St. Peter 'in cathedra'. Inqs., Sussex, the manor of Harting and 1/2 the manor of Pulborough; co. Gloucester, 1/2 the manors of Sapperton and Rissington; Berks, tenements in South Moreton and West Wittenham; Bucks, a capital messuage in Great Missenden with the advowson of the Abbey jointly with Hugh de Pessis; Wilts, Standen manor and 1/2 Tidworth; Hants, rents in Freefolk jointly with his wife Isabel; Surrey, Hasombe manor jointly with his wife Isabel; Kent, lands in Stourmouth, &c., which he had given to his son Henry and and Maud, his wife.
Father: Henry HUSEE , of Harting & Standen, Sir b: 1 AUG 1240 in Standen Hussey Manor, Hungerford, Berkshire, England
Mother: Joan le FLEMING b: ABT 1244 in Pulborough, Thakeham, Sussex, England
Isabel b: ABT 1270
in 1st husband 1
- Henry 2nd Baron HUSEE , of Harting, Sir b: ABT 1295 in Harting, Midhurst, Sussex, England
- Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000