Person:Nicholas De Hanbury (1)

Watchers
Nicholas De Hanbury
b.BEF 1317
  1. Henry De Hanbury1287 - Aft 1357
  2. Robert De HanburyBef 1311 -
  3. Nicholas De HanburyBef 1317 - Bef 1331
  4. Phillip De HanburyBef 1318 -
  • HNicholas De HanburyBef 1317 - Bef 1331
  1. Reginald De HanburyBef 1349 - Aft 1390
Facts and Events
Name Nicholas De Hanbury
Gender Male
Birth[1] BEF 1317
Death? BEF 1331 Feckenham, England
Reference Number? JWH s3-#10

10. NICHOLAS de HANBURY: (9 Geoffrey) In 1317, he was a witness to a charter given by Nicholas Sellock of Blickley to Robert Blickley and his son, John. In 1318, he and Henry de Hanbury witnessed a confirmation made by Thomas Cobhan, Bishop of Worcester. In the next year, he and his wife, Elizabeth, and his brother, Henry, were involved in some land deals. In 1319, he was appointed custodian of the manor and forest of Feckenham by Edward II. He probably died before 1331, when Edward III ordered the sheriff of Worcester to cause a verderer to be elected for the forest of Feckenham, in place of Nicholas de Hanbury, deceased. Nicholas had a son, Reginald de Hanbury, who appeared between 1349 and 1390. The son held one-fourth of a knight's fee in Hanbury.

References
  1. John W. Hansborough. History and Genealogy of the Hansborough - Hansbrough Family. (Name: Name: 1981, John W. Hansborough;;)
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    10. NICHOLAS de HANBURY: (9 Geoffrey) In 1317, he was a witness to a charter given by Nicholas Sellock of Blickley to Robert Blickley and his son, John. In 1318, he and Henry de Hanbury witnessed a c onfirmation made by Thomas Cobhan, Bishop of Worcester. In the next year, he and his wife, Elizabeth, and his brother, Henry, were involved in some land deals. In 1319, he was appointed custodian o f the manor and forest of Feckenham by Edward II. He probably died before 1331, when Edward III ordered the sheriff of Worcester to cause a verderer to be elected for the forest of Feckenham, in plac e of Nicholas de Hanbury, deceased. Nicholas had a son, Reginald de Hanbury, who appeared between 1349 and 1390. The son held one-fourth of a knight's fee in Hanbury.