The following is the ancestry of Beatrice, wife of Robert Hauley. This
compilation is based on the IPM's and references originally documented by Jay Cary
and Tony Ingham with additions to the line from other documents and CP.
1. Akaris Fitz Bardolf
1.1 William Fitz Akaris [Ancestor of Bardolf of Wormegay, co. Norfolk]
1.2 Hervey Fitz Akaris
2.1 Hervey Fitz Hervey of Ravensworth.
+ Alice Fitz Walter
3.1 Agatha of Ravensworth
+ Michael le Fleming of Aldingham, co. Lancaster
3.2 Randolph Fitz Henry [died bef. Jan. 1242/3]
+ Alice de Stavely
4.1 Henry Fitz Randolph [died aft. Jan. 17, 1257/8]
5.1 Randolph Fitz Henry
5.2 Hugh Fitz Henry [died March 12, 1303/4]
+ Albreda, widow of Sir William de Steyngrave [Stonegrave]
6.1 Henry Fitz Hugh [died 1356]
+ Eve Bulmer [died bef. Nov. 1327]
7.1 Amabil Fitz Hugh
+ Henry Vavasour
7.2 Henry Fitz Hugh [died Sept. 4, 1352]
+ Joan Fourneys [died Sept. 15, 1349]
8.1 Joan Fitz Hugh [died Sept. 1, 1403]
+ William de Greystoke [died July 10, 1359]
+ Sir Matthew Redman
+ Anthony de Lucy
8.2 Hugh Fitz Hugh
8.3 Henry Fitz Hugh [died 1386]
+Joan le Scrope
6.2 John Fitz Hugh [died August 14, 1305]
+ Isabel Ryhill [Dec. 6, 1277-ca. July 12, 1309]
7.1Henry Fitz John [Nov. 20, 1302 -ca. Sept. 20,
+ Joan [heiress of Ingleton, co. York]
8.1John Fitz Henry [Nov. 23, 1324 - July 6,
1345 in Rhodes]
9.1 Henry Fitz John [1344-Oct. 12, 1349]
8.2 Beatrice Fitz Henry [ca. Dec. 21, 1390]
+ Thomas de Fencotes [died ca. 1358]
+Robert de Haulay [died aft. 1380]
9.1 William de Haulay
9.2 John de Hauley [ca. Aug. 15, 1386 in
10.1 Robert de Hauley [died bef. 1427]
+ Margaret [Her second husband was
10.2 Beatrice de Haulay
+ Thomas Rolleston
11.1 Ellen Rolleston [died Aug.
+ Sir Christopher Conyers of
Hornby, co. York
1. CP 5:653-654
SIR HUGH FITZ HENRY, of Ravensworth, Fremington, Mickleton, Lartington,
Little Leeming, &c., in Richmondshire, Airton in Craven, Barwick-on-Tees, Dent and
Sadbergh in the wapentake of Ewcross, and Staveley in the liberty of
Knaresborough, brother and heir of Randolf FITZ HENRY (who died s.p.), which Randolf
was son and heir of Sir Henry FITZ RANDOLF, of Ravensworth, &c. (who was living
17 January 1257/8). He was summoned for Military Service from 12 December 1276
to 12 March 1300/1 to a Military Council, 14 June 1287, and to attend the
King wherever he might be, 8 June 1294, by writs directed Hugoni filio Henrici.
As Hugo filius Henrici dominus de Raveneswath'. he took part in the Barons'
Letter to the Pope, 12 February 1300/1. He married Aubrey, widow of Sir William
DE STEYNGRAVE, of Stonegrave, co. York (who died s.p. shortly before 26
September 1264). She died at Hurworth-on-Tees, and was buried, 25 January 1302/3, at
JervauIx Abbey. He died at Barwick-on-Tees 12 March, and was buried 22 March
1304/5 in the Church of Romaldkirk in Richmondshire.
2. CP 5:667 - John Fitz Hugh and Isabel Ryhill
3. Henry Fitz John IPM:
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Vol. VII, Edward III, London, 1973:
25. Henry son of John.
Writ, 22 September, 1 Edward III.
Northumberland. Inq. Monday the feast of St. Clement the Pope, 1 Edward III.
Whittyngeham. A moiety of the manor (extent given), including a capital
messuage and a moiety of a water-mill.
Throunton and Barton. A moiety of the hamlets (extent given). All held of the
king in chief by service of rendering a sore sparrow-hawk, or paying half of
a mark yearly at the feast of the Assumption; but worth nothing now on account
of destruction by the Scots.
Neddreton. Eight bondages, each of which contained a toft and 14 acres land,
held of Roger Mauduyt and Eleanor his wife, late the wife of Robert de
Umfranville, as her dower, by service of rendering 15d. yearly; but now worth nothing
for the reason abovesaid.
John, his son, aged 2 years at the feast of St. Clement last past, is his
Edw. III. File 1. (25.)
4. Henry Fitz John - son of John Fitz Henry and nephew to Beatrice Fitz Henry:
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Vol. IX, Edward III, London, 1916:
417. Henry, son and heir of John son of Henry, or John Fitz Henry.
Writ after the death of the said Henry, who died a minor in the king's
wardship, 4 November, 23 Edward III.
Inq. taken at York, Thursday after the octave of Easter, 24 Edward III.
Ingelton. Two parts of two parts of the manor (extent given), including rents
in Yarlesbergh, Souterskales and Bentham. The residue of the manor Joan, late
the wife of Henry son of John, and Cecily late the wife of John son of Henry
hold in dower of the inheritance of the said heir. The whole manor is held of
Henry son of Hugh by knight's service and by service of rendering £10 yearly
and 17s. yearly for fines of the wapentake of Youcros, and 22s. yearly for
'Burton Male.' The custody of the premises during minority was committed to
William del Wode. Decrease in value owing to the pestilence.
No other lands &c. in the said county came to the king's hand by reason of
the minority of the said heir.
He died on 12 October last. Beatrice daughter of Henry son of John, aunt of
the deceased, married to Thomas de Fencotes, aged 26 years and more, is his
Writ, 4 November, 23 Edward III.
Northumberland. Inq. taken at Whytyngeham, 1 February, 24 Edward III.
By reason of the minority of the said heir, the following lands &c. were
taken into the king's hand ex officio by Robert Bertram, late escheator of the
Whityngeham, Throunton and Barton. Two parts of a moiety of the manor of
Whityngeham and of the hamlets of Throunton and Barton, which are parcel thereof
(extents given), including rents in Glanton, held of the king in chief by
service of two parts of a moiety of half a mark yearly by the hands of the sheriff,
because the manor and town of Whityngeham and the hamlets of Throunton and
Barton are held of the king in chief by service of a hawk or half a mark yearly
only, as appears by a charter of Henry [II], king of England, made to Roger de
Flamenvilla in these words:
H. Rex Anglorum et Dux Normannorum et Aquitanorum et Comes Andegavorum,
archiepiscopis episcopis abbatibus comitibus boronibus justiciis vicecomitibus
ministris et omnibus fidelibus suis Francis et Anglis, salutem. Sciatis me dedisse
et presenti carta confirmasse Rogero de Flamenvilla totam terram que fuit
Huchtredi filii Gamel in Withingch' et Trowentona et Bartona et Glantadona, ipsi
et heredibus suis, ad tenendam de me et de heredibus meis quietam ab omni
servicio excepto uno espervario inde michi reddendo per annum. Quare volo et
firmiter precipio quod ipse Rogerus et heredes sui post eum totam terram illam
habeant et teneant de me et heredibus meis bene et in pace libere et quiete inte
gre plenarie et honorifice per prenominatum servicium cum omnibus pertinentiis
et libertatibus et liberis consuetudinibus suis. Testibus F[rogerio] episcopo
Sagiensi, Hugone de Creissi, Goscelino Castell' fratre Regine, Ayd. Argentom
King John on 30 March in his first year, confirmed the said charter to
William son of Roger de Flamenvilla. (the text here given is the same as that in
Rotuli Chartarum, p. 42b, with the addition of the following witnesses:----Robert
de Ros, Richard de Reveriis, William de Cantilupo and Robert de Vancy.)
Nedderton in Cokedale. Two parts of a moiety of the town, held of William
Heroun by service of two parts of a penny yearly.
Great Rihill in Cokedale. Two parts of a moiety of the town, held of the heir
of Richard fitz Rauf by service of two parts of a penny yearly.
Little Rihill. Two parts of a toft and of 40 acres land held of the
inheritance of Henry de Rihill by service of two parts of a pair of gloves yearly or
two parts of 2d.
Alburwyk. A cottage held of Alan de Belyngeham by service of a rose yearly.
No other lands &c. are held of the aforesaid inheritance in this county.
He died on Monday after the octave of St. Michael last. Beatrice fitz Henry,
his aunt, aged 24 years and more, is his heir. She married Thomas de Fencotes,
III. File 104. (19.)
5. Beatrice Fitz Henry, wife of Thomas de Fencotes and Robert de Haulay:
Thomas de Fencotes, knight, and Beatrice his wife to grant the advowson of
the church of Bentham to the abbot and convent of Egglestone to appropriate,
retaining the manors of Bentham and Ingleton. York. 31 EDWARD III.
Robert Haulay, knight, and Beatrice his wife to settle the manor of
Whittingham on William Heron, knight, John his son, and their heirs. N'humb. 45 EDWARD
Henry Delves to grant his manors (sic) of Mablethorpe, with the advowson of
the church of St. Mary there, to Robert Haulay, knight, and Beatrice his wife,
William Haulay, John Haulay, and the heirs of the bodies of the said Robert
and Beatrice, with remainder to her right heirs. 44 EDWARD III.
Robert de Haule, knight, and Beatrice his wife to settle land in Mablethorpe,
and the advowson of the church of St. Mary there, on the dean and chapter of
Lincoln, who may appropriate the church, the grantors retaining the rest of
the manor. Lincoln. 3 RICHARD II.
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Vol. XVI, 7-15 Richard II, London,
Beatrice late the wife of Robert de Hauley, Knight
Writ, 1 January, 13 Richard II.
860. York. Inq. taken at Ingelton, 17 April, 13 Richard II.
She held the under-mentioned manor and advowson in her demesne as of fee.
Ingelton. The manor, with the advowson of the church of Bentham, held of
Henry FitzHugh, knight, by service of rendering £10 yearly to the said Henry, 22s.
yearly to the lord de Moubray, lord of Burton in Lonsdale, as fe-farm for the
said manor, and 2s. for a certain 'rddyng' in Bentham pertaining to the
manor, and 17s. yearly to the king's bailiff in the wapentake of Yocros as fines of
Date of death not known. Robert son of John Hauley, deceased. late son of the
said Robert de Hauley, knight, and Beatrice, is her next heir; age not known.
Writ, 1 January, 13 Richard II.
861. Lincoln. Inq. taken at Candelsby, Saturday after St. Hilary, 13 Richard
She was seised in her demesne as of fee of the under-mentioned manors and
Malberthorp. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, service not
known. The extent includes 100 acres demesne lands, worth by the year 10
marks only because of heavy charges for 'les seedykes', and a court.
Malberthorp and Thtilthorp. A messuage and 40 acres land, late of Andrew
Arderne, deceased, part of which is held of the lord de Roos, as of his manor of
Candelsby, by a rent of 10s. 3d. yearly and suit of court to the said manor
every three weeks, and part of John de Thymulby, as of his manor of Farford, by
rents of 8s. 4d. and 1/2 lb. pepper yearly and suit of court to the said manor
every three weeks, and part of William Chalowe by a rent of 2d. yearly, and
part of Thomas FitzWilliam by service of suit to his court of Malberthrop every
Ryby. Two-thirds of the manor, held of the duke of Lancaster by a rent of 3s.
4d. yearly. The said two-thirds is charged with 5s. of a certain yearly rent
payable to the dean and chapter of Lincoln, and also with 40s. rent granted by
charter to John Cook for life, with reversion to the right heirs of said
Beatrice. The other third part of the manor is held for life in dower by Alice de
Astreby, with reversion as above.
Alesby. A manor, held of Robert de Hylton, knight, and others, and not of the
king. It is charged with 50 marks to be paid yearly to Euphemia de
Hesellarton for life.
The said Beatrice died on Friday before St. Thomas the Apostle last. Heir as
above aged 8 years at the Purification last.
C. Ric. II File 60 (11)
6. John de Hauley:
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Vol. XVI, 7-15 Richard II, London, 1974:
John Haulay, knight
Writ, 3 May, 10 Richard II
497. Lincoln. Inq. taken at Louth, Saturday in Easter Week 10 Richard II.
He died seised in his demesne as of fee of the under-mentioned advowson and
Malberthorp. The advowson of the church, and a moiety of 1 rood land, held of
the king in chief by knight's service.
He died in Spain on Monday after the Assumption, 10 Richard II. Robert
Haulay, his son aged 6 years and more, is his heir.
C. Ric. II File 48 (16)
E. Enrolments &c. of Inq. No. 247 (9)
7. IPM of Thomas Rolleston indicates that his wife was Beatrice, sister and
heir of Robert Haulay heir of his grandmother Beatrice [Fitz Henry].
Thanks very much for your excellent post on the ancestors of
Beatrice Hauley. I have not been reading the group lately and only saw
your post recently. I am interested in this line as ancestral to
Edward FitzRandolph, a 17th c. immigrant to North America. Am I
correct that there are additional ancestors and a royal line through
Alice Fitz Walter and Alice De Stavely? Thanks again,
Lyme, NH USA
> Dear Jay, Tony, John etal:
> The following is the ancestry of Beatrice, wife of Robert Hauley.
> compilation is based on the IPM's and references originally
documented by Jay Cary
> and Tony Ingham with additions to the line from other documents and
> 1. Akaris Fitz Bardolf
> 1.1 William Fitz Akaris [Ancestor of Bardolf of Wormegay, co.
> 1.2 Hervey Fitz Akaris
> 2.1 Hervey Fitz Hervey of Ravensworth.
> + Alice Fitz Walter
> 3.1 Agatha of Ravensworth
> + Michael le Fleming of Aldingham, co. Lancaster
> 3.2 Randolph Fitz Henry [died bef. Jan. 1242/3]
> + Alice de Stavely
> 4.1 Henry Fitz Randolph [died aft. Jan. 17, 1257/8]
> 5.1 Randolph Fitz Henry
> 5.2 Hugh Fitz Henry [died March 12, 1303/4]
> + Albreda, widow of Sir William de Steyngrave
Many of these lines connect to the Northumbrian Earls of Bamburgh which is
where my interest lies at present. I am not aware of the connections you
You had mentioned in your original posting on Beatrice de Hauley that you
were interested in the manor of Ingelton and where it came into this family.
Ingelton was passed to the FitzHugh line through the marriage of Randolph Fitz
Henry and Alice de Stavely. It is mentioned in the IPM of John Fitz Hugh in 1305:
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Vol. IV, Edward I, Kraus Reprint, 1973:
270. John son of Hugh.
Writ, 29 September, 33 Edward I.
York. Inq. Wednesday after the Epiphany, 34 Edward I.
Ingelton. The manor (extent given), held of gift of Hugh son of Henry to
himself and the heirs of his body, and of the said Hugh and his heirs by service
of rendering them £10 yearly, and doing for them to the lord of Burton in
Lonesdale, chief lord of that fee, 22s. yearly for a rent (firma) called Burton
Male, 17s. for wapentake fine yearly, and the foreign service pertaining to 6
carucates of land whereof 17 make a knight's fee; which the said Hugh, before
the said gift, held the said manor with other tenements of the said lord of
Burton by homage and service, and suit at the court of Burton every three weeks.
Bentham hamlet. 3 1/2 bovates of land, 4 tofts, 2 assarts, and a watermill.
Free tenants of the manor, viz,:
Caldecotes. The hamlet held by Geoffrey de Upsale by service of 3s. yearly
and doing foreign (service).
Twyselton. The hamlet held by Master William de Twyselton by service of 1d.
yearly and doing foreign (service).
(Unspecified.) A bovate of land held by Adam de Mirewra by service of 3s. 1d.
yearly and doing foreign (service).
Bentham. A moiety of the hamlet held by John de Bentham by foreign service
Henry his son, aged 3 at the Feast of St. Edmund the King and Martyr last, is
his next heir.
Northumberland. Inq. Monday the eve of St. Andrew, 34 Edward I.
Wytingham. Two parts of the manor (extent given with names of tenants),
including a moiety of the town of Glanton held by John de Glanton, a free tenant,
rendering 40s. yearly, held of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, daughter and
heir of Michael de Ryhill, of the king in chief in serjeanty, by service of a
sparrow hawk for the whole manor, and there is rendered at the Exchequer of
Newcastle upon Tyne for the said sparrow hawk 1/2 mark yearly, whereof the said
Isabel renders two parts.
The aforesaid Isabel, aged 24 at the Feast of the Assumption last, is next
heir of the lands &c. aforesaid.
Writ (ad melius inquirendum) because in the above inquisition for co. York it
is not stated who is the lord of Burton, 6 March, 34 Edward I.
[York.] Inq. taken at Setel on Friday the octave of the Annunciation 34
John son of Roger le Moubray is lord of Burton, and is a minor in the king's
wardship; and Rose (Roysia) late the wife of the said Roger, is dowered by the
king of the manor of Burton.
I. File 116. (20.)
334. John son of Hugh.
Writ, 27 September, 33 Edward I.
York, Inq. Wednesday after the Epiphany 34 Edward I.
Ingelton. The manor (extent given), including assarts called Skirowrth and
Souterschales, 3 1/2 bovates of land, 4 tofts, 2 assarts, and a watermill in the
hamlet of Bentham; and the following free tenants; held to him and the heirs
of his body of Hugh son of Henry and his heirs by service of rendering £10
yearly, of the gift of the said Hugh, and by doing for them to the lord of
Burton in Lonesdale, chief lord of that fee, 22s. yearly for rent (firma) called
Burton Male, and 17s. wapentake fine yearly, and doing to the same lord the
foreign service pertaining to 6 carucates of land, where 17 carucates makes a
knight's fee; which Hugh, before the said gift, held the manor, together with
other tenants, of the said lord of Burton by homage and service, and suit at the
court of Burton every three weeks. Free tenants: ---
Caldecotes. The hamlet held of the said manor by Geoffrey de Upsale by
service of 3s. yearly and doing foreign (service).
Twiselton. The hamlet similarly held by Master William de Twyselton by
service of 1d. yearly, and doing foreign (service).
(Unspecified.) A bovate of land, held by Adam de Mirewra by service of 3s.
1d. yearly and doing foreign (service).
Bentham. A moiety of the hamlet held by John de Bentham by foreign service
Henry his son, aged 3 at the feast of St. Edmund, King and Martyr, last, is
his next heir.
C. Edward I.
File 120. (12.)
Ingelton was given to John as the younger son from his father Hugh Fitz
There are also a few additions to be made to the Ryhill line.
Thomas Ryhill [son of Michael Ryhill and Alice de Flamville] married Isabella
de Horton as her second husband. Her first husband was Thomas de Castre who
died s.p. before 1261 and upon Thomas de Ryhill's death ca. March 15, 1266/7
she married Guischard de Charron. Isabella had two sons by Thomas de Ryhill,
Michael the son and heir who was the father of Isabel de Ryhill [Dec. 6, 1277-
Ca. July 12, 1309] who was his sole heir, and a younger son Thomas who was given
the remainder of Horton, co. Northumberland in tail male if Isabella had no
issue with Guischard de Charron. This is a very lengthy subject as Thoroton
and many others believe that Guischard de Charron the younger is the son of
Isabella de Horton and H. H. E. Craster and later historians think the
documentation substantiates that there was no issue of Isabella de Horton and Guischard
de Charron the elder and the land was alienated to the son of the first wife
[Mary Sutton] by deed from Isabella and his father. Isabella de Horton was the
only daughter and eventual heir of the Northumberland lands of her father
Walran de Horton [Waleran de Viscount alias Walran Fitz Robert] by his wife Agnes
de Vaux. Roger de Flamville was also married to Alice daughter of John Fitz
Simon who originally held land in Whittingham as he was one of the tenants of
Roger Bertram in 1165. This is how Whittingham came into this line originally.
I am looking for information of one Roger son of Ralph who is mentioned in
the IPM of Michael de Ryhill [Feb. 2, 1259/60-ca. March 20, 1291/2]:
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Vol. III, Edward I, Kraus Reprint, 1973:
63. Michael de Rihull alias de Rihull.
Writ, 20 March, 20 Edward I.
Northumberland. Inq. Wednesday, the feast of St. George (Jorgii), 20 Edward I.
Whyttincham. The chief manor and two parts of the town (extent given with
names of tenants), including a moiety of Glantindon held by Sir Robert de
Glantindon rendering 40s. yearly, and two parts of the town of Thorninton, held of
the king in chief, rendering 1/2 mark yearly at the Exchequer of Newcastle.
Great Rihill (extent given), held of Roger son of Ralph in free marriage.
Little Rihill. 40 acres held of Henry de Rihill, rendering a pair of gloves
Aburwick. 10 acres land held of Robert de Bellincham, rendering 1/2d. yearly.
Isabel his daughter, aged 14 on the day of St. Nicholas, 20 Edward I, is his
Endorsed: Extents of lands which were of Michael de Ryhill in cos. Rich(mond)
and Northumberland. Alice late the wife of the said Michael is dowered of a
third part of these extents by the king's writ out of the chancery.
Writ, to the escheator or his sub-escheator in Northumberland, to send the
extents he has made without delay, 25 December, 21 Edward I.
Writ, 1 November, 21 Edward I.
Northumberland. Inq. made at Wytincham on Monday after the Epiphany, 22
(Unspecified.) Lands & c. worth £43 15d. yearly, held of the king in chief by
service of a sparrowhawk, or 1/2 mark and 10s. for service of the forest;
lands &c. worth £20 9s. 8d. yearly, held of Roger son of Ralph in free marriage;
lands & c. worth 24s. yearly, held of Richard de Rihill by service of a pair
of gloves; and lands &c. worth 1/2 mark yearly, held of Robert de Belincham,
Isabel his daughter, the wife of John son of Hugh, aged 15 and more, is his
Endorsed: To be further considered (loquend' plenius), for there are divers
C. Edward I. File
Any ideas on who Roger son of Ralph may be?
I do not find any information that would indicate who the Roger, son
of Ralph might be. Sorry,