Name: Richard de HUDDLESTON
ALIA: Richard de /Hudleston/
Birth: ABT 1198 in Huddleston cum Lumby, Yorkshire West Riding, England
The following was copied from Richard Hodgson, World Connect db=ancestorsearch:
A Richard Huddleston (c. 1198-1250) is said to have married Alicia, dau. of William, son of Henry, of Garthorpe. The Hudlestons had lands in Garthorpe 1223 and their later successor John de Meaux/Melsa, who had marr. Beatrix dau. of Richard, did homage to the Archbp.c.1298, for lands in Huddleston, Gowthorpe /Garthorpe and Youlthorpe, (the latter East of York) which presumably came with the marriage of Richard and Alicia and which John de Meaux had inherited with Beatrix. This Sir Richard was the father of Richard, Beatrix (de Meaux) d c.1287,and John, c.1222-1252, who marr. Joan de Boyville, of Millom Cumberland., and probably Robert. The younger Sir Richard died childless in c.1285, when the estates went to Beatrix and her husband (though some references say he sold the lands to John and Beatrix).
NOTE: I am not sure that if Richard died childless, the estates would have gone to his sister, because there was Richard's brother John, who would have inherited. He may have given Huddleston to John & Beatrix, but I believe that he had Beatrix as a daughter, as the generational birth date estimates work better that way. If not, then Beatrix was born somewhat earlier, and was a daughter of Richard, who m. Alicia.
Father: Richard de HUDDLESTON b: ABT 1170 in Youlton with Gowthorpe, Yorkshire East Riding, England
Alicia (Alice) Heiress de GARTHORPE b: ABT 1198 in Youlton with Gowthorpe, Yorkshire East Riding, England
- Richard de HUDDLESTON & Gowthorpe b: ABT 1220 in Huddleston cum Lumby, Yorkshire West Riding, England
- John HUDLESTON , of Anneys & Millom, Sir b: ABT 1222 in Anneys near Millom, Cumberland, England