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  • ID: I33606
  • Name: Henry HUSEE , of Harting & Standen 1 2 3
  • Sex: M
  • ALIA: Henry /Hussey/, of Harting
  • Birth: ABT 1177 in Harting, Midhurst, Sussex, England
  • Death: BEF 1 APR 1235 in Standen Hussey Manor, Hungerford, Berkshire, England 4 3
  • Note:
    The following is copied from Hussey Manuscripts at:
    http://bz.llano.net/gowen/hussey_millenium/husseyms_001.htm

    Henry Hussey, son of Henry Hussey and Clementina de Port Hussey, was born about 1177. Upon the death of his brother, William Hussey he inherited Standen Hussey manor. "Complete Peerage" shows him receiving it as an heir of his father. Title to Upton manor had been transferred to him in 1211. He was married about 1200 to Cecily de Stanton, daughter of Emma de Stanton, according to "Honors and Knights' Fees" by Thomas Henry Farrer.

    In 1213 Henry Hussey gave 100 marks [67 pounds sterling] to obtain his father's land in Wiltshire. He joined the rebellion against the inept and unpopular King John, was arrested and all his lands were confiscated. When King Henry III came to the throne after the death of King John in 1216 the property of Henry Hussey in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Berkshire and Nottinghamshire were returned to him. In 1219 Henry Hussey "rendered account of two marks for one knight's fee [or smallest fief granted by the king] in Littleton," according to "History of Wiltshire."

    On May 4, 1227 King Henry III confirmed to Cecily de Stanton Hussey Eling manor, Southampton [later called Hampshire], according to "Records of the College, Winchester." On May 5, 1229 Henry Hussey and Cecily de Stanton Hussey were defendants in an assize [court trial] held at Winchester regarding a dam they had built on their property. Henry Hussey was a witness to the grant of a mill at Ford, Somersetshire about 1230, according to "Calendar of State Papers."

    Henry Hussey died before April 1, 1235. On April 29, 1235 Cecily de Stanton Hussey "who was the wife of Henry Huose" had livery of Eling manor in the 19th year of the rule of King Henry III. She died before May 16, 1236. In 1376 it was recorded in "Patent Rolls" that Henry Hussey had received Eling manor from Sir Ralph Carroys and later transferred it to Sir Hugh Carroys. Dates of the transfers were not given.

    Children born to Henry Hussey and Cecily de Stanton Hussey include:

    Henry Hussey born about 1202
    Matthew Hussey born about 1204

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    Account from Complete Peerage:

    In 1213 his [Henry's] son and heir, yet another Henry "Hose", gave 100 marks to have his father's lands in Wilts. He was in arms against King John, but in 1216 was under Hen III reinstated in his lands in Hants, Wilts, Berks, and Notts. He m. Cecily, daughter of Emma de Stanton. On 4 May 1227 the King confirmed to Cecily, daughter of Emma de Stanton, the manor of Eling (Hants). On 5 May 1229 there was an order for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken at Winchester regarding a certain water obstructed at Eling in which Henry "Hose" and Cecily his wife were defendants. Henry "Hose" d. before 1 Apr 1235, and on 9 Apr 1235 Cecily who was wife of Henry "Huose" had livery of her manor of Eling. She d. before 16 May 1236, Matthew being her son and heir, and he had livery 24 May 1236. It would appear that there had been another and older son Henry, who dvp., leaving possibly a daughter and heir, Maud, wife of William Paynel. [Complete Peerage VII:10]




    Father: Henry HUSEE , of Harting & Standen b: ABT 1150 in Harting, Midhurst, Sussex, England
    Mother: Clemence (Clementina) de PORT b: ABT 1152 in Basing, Hampshire, England

    Marriage 1 Cecily de STANTON b: ABT 1180 in Eling, New Forest, Hampshire, England
    • Married: ABT 1200
    Children
    1. Has Children Henry HUSEE , Master of Harting b: ABT 1202 in Harting, Midhurst, Sussex, England
    2. Has Children Matthew HUSEE , of Harting & Standen, Sir b: ABT 1205 in Harting, Midhurst, Sussex, England

    Sources:
    1. Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
      Page: X:322
      Text: father of Henry (the eldest son) & Matthew
    2. Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
      Page: VII:10
      Text: Henry Hose
    3. Title: VCH - Berkshire, www.british-history.ac.uk
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: IV:183-200, see notes for father Henry
    4. Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
      Page: VII:10
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