Family History Notebook

Sir William de Eure

Son of  Ralph de Eure, born c1396

Married Maud fitz Hugh on the 25th of January 1410/11 (d.o. Henry FitzHugh and Elizabeth Grey)

Children

Ralph
Joan
Katherine
Henry
William
John
Thomas, born c1440
Robert
Joan
Margery
Elizabeth
Isabel

Died c20th July 1465. Buried Malton Abbey, Yorkshire.

HighSheriff of Durham 1518-1522 - wrong William!

Notes

CR, Langley 21 (1426): William Eure of Woton, knight, William Spence, clerk, and William Hoton of Herdwyk... on their recognizance, have committed to them the custody of the manor and vill of Estbrandon, ... the manor of Tudhowe ... two parts of the castle of Brauncepath with the vills of Braucepath ond Stokley ... in the Bishop's hands by the minority of John son of John son of the late Earl from the feast of Michaelmas past to the 16th September next.
CR, Langley 22 (1427): Writ of scire facias against William Eure, William Spence and William Hoton, for debt at the suit of the Lord Bishop.
CR, Langley 22 (1427): Sir William Bowes of Stetelam, William Lomley of Bentrove, esquire and William Hoton of Hunewyk, esquire: recognizance to the Lord Bishop for the payment of a sum of money by Sir William Eure of Woton, William Spence, clerk, and William Hoton of Herdwyk.
CR, Neville 2 (1439): Pardon for William Hoton of Herdwyk for the acquisition from Robert Bruys of the manor and vill of Heworth by Acle without license. Pardon for grant of the same by him to Master George Radclyffe, clerk, and William Eure, knight, and for the grant of the same by the latter to Roger Thornton, esquire, William Hoton of Hunwyk, John Horsley and Thomas Hoton, chaplain, without license. License to the parties last named to grant the same to Master William Blakburne, rector of the church of Stanhope, Master Richard Witton, clerk, William Raket of Durham, Thomas Thornburgh of Elvet and John Stapilton, chaplain. It thus seems that the William Hotons of Herdwyk and Hunwyk are different people. See Surtees, Vol. 3, p. 34 for some more information on the Hotons of Hardwicke.

In 1578, John Mallory the posthumous son of Christopher Mallory inherited a third of Studley and Nunwick. Williamsís son John was born in 1554 and he inherited the lands. He married Ann Eure daughter of William Eure and Margaret Dymoke.  Johnís son William (1578-1645-6) inherited the estate

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