Name: Hugh HUSSEY , of Flamborough
Birth: ABT 1285 in Flawborough, Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England
The following is copied from Hussey Manuscripts at:
Hugh Hussey, believed to be a son of Hugh Hussey, was born about 1285, probably at Flamborough, Nottinghamshire.
On September 4, 1348 a complaint was filed stating that "Sir Hugh Hose, his servant Ralph and Ralph's son, John, broke into the houses of Nicholas Bernak at Flintham, Nottinghamshire, carried away his goods, assaulted his men and servants with the result that Nicholas lost their service for a great time, according to "Patent Rolls."
The coat of arms of the Flintham Hussey family was described as "a gold lion passant gardant on a black fesse [broad horizontal band across the shield]. The top and bottom parts of the shield were gold, according to "Hussey Record." A variation of this design was used by other Hussey families of Nottinghamshire and Wiltshire, strongly suggesting a relationship.
It is believed that children born to Hugh Hussey include:
Hugh Hussey born about 1330
Margaret Hussey born about 1332
Henry Hussey born about 1335
NOTE: I find no "Flamborough" in Nottingham. I did find a Flawborough, which is near Bingham (also near Flintham). I can only think that they are the same place.
Father: Hugh HUSSEY , of Flamborough, Sir b: ABT 1255 in Flawborough, Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England
- Henry HUSSEY , of Flintham b: ABT 1335 in Flintham, Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England