'HZmisc18'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Hobart of Dunmore, Hosier of Wicken, Hardredeshull of Hardredeshull, Hardredeshull (Hardreshull) of Hartshill, Heyford of Harleston, Heyford of Heyford, Harvie of Broadlie (Braidlie), Hodgert (Hodzart) of Kilmarnock, Hilles of Assington, Hilles of Holton

Commoners reports that "the first of the family who settled in Ireland" was ...
Edward Hobart of Dunmore, co. Waterford
1. William Hobart of Dunmore (d 1720)
m. _ Hawkesworth (sister of Mrs Wight)
  A. William Hobart of Mount Melick (King's Co.) & High Mount (co. Cork)
  m. Frances Wight (dau of Alderman (Edward) Wight)
  i. Frances Hobart
  m. Rev. Edward Wight (cousin)
  ii. Grizzle Hobart
  m. Rev. John Seymour (cousin)
  B. Frances Hobart
  m. John Wight of Wightfield (cousin)
2. Andrew Hobart of Lackensillage, co. Waterford (d 1765)
  m. Sarah Alice Usher (dau of William Usher of co. Waterford (son of Arthur by Judith, dau of Sir Robert Newcomen, Bart)
  A.+ issue (d unm) - 1 son + 1 daughter



Baker shows the arms of this family as "Per bend sinister Ermine and Ermines, a lion rampant Or".
George Hosier of Berwick, co. Salop
1. Francis Hosier of Langley Hall, co. Salop
2. Charles Hosier of London & Wicken (b c1660, d 15.12.1750)
  m. Mary Bernard (d 01.08.1724, dau of Sir Edward Bernard of Beverley)
  A. Anna Maria Hosier (b 21.10.1691, d 30.09.1747)
  m. (17.08.1710) John Sharp of Grafton Park



Hugh de Hardredeshull of Hardredeshull (aka Harthshill), Warwickshire (a temp Henry I who r. 1100-1135)
1. ?? de Hardredeshull
  A. William de Hardredeshull, Sheriff of Warwickshire & Leicestershire (a 1201)
  i. William de Hardredeshull (d 1261-2) the first mentioned by TCP
  m. Maud widow of William, possibly mother of ...
  a. Robert de Hardredeshull (d Evesham 04.08.1265)
b. Sir John de Hardredeshull of Hartshill (d 1275-6)
  m. Joan Nevill (dau of Sir Philip Nevill of Scotton)
  (1) Sir William de Hardredeshull of Hartshill (b c1278, d 1308-9) the first mentioned by Baker
  m. Juliana de Hache (dau of Eustace de Hache (or Hacche), Lord Hache)
  (A) Sir John de Hardredeshull, Lord Hache (b 1291, d before 18.06.1369)
m1. Maud
  m2. Margaret Stafford (a 1374, dau/coheir of Sir James Stafford of Sandon)
  (i) William de Hardredeshull (dvpsp)
  m. (c1333) Katherine Malemayne (dau/coheir of Sir Nicholas Malemayne)
  (ii) Elizabeth de Hardredeshull (b c1345)
  m. John Culpeper or Colepeper of Bayhall
  (iii) Joan de Hardredeshull
m. Sir James Burford
  (a) Joan Burford
  m. Thomas Garton
  ((1)) John Garton (dsp)
  (iv) Margaret de Hardredeshull
  m. Sir Richard Talbot
  (a)+ issue (dsp?) - Richard, John
  (B) Eustace de Hardredeshull
  m. Amicia Marmion (dau/heir of Robert Marmion) @@ see here @@



Roger de Heyford of Heyford, Harleston, &c.
1. Richard de Heyford
  A. Roger de Heyford (a temp John who r. 1199-1216)
  m. Margaret Gobion
  i. Agnes de Heyford, heiress of Harleston
  m. Hugh de Morwick (d 1260-1)
  B. Richard de Heyford (a 1235-6)
  i. Richard de Heyford



James Harvie of Braidlie ("of whom nothing is known") presumed ancestor of ...
1. Alexander Harvie of Braidlie (Broadlie) succeeded by ...
  A. William Harvie of Braidlie
  i. Robert Harvie of Braidlie (d 1606)
  m. _ Boyd
  a. John Harvie of Braidlie (Broadlie) (a 1627)
m. Margaret Noble
  (1) John Harvie of Broadlie (Braidlie) (a 1656)
  (A) John Harvie of Broadlie (Braidlie) (a 1656)
  (i) John Harvie of Broadlie (a 1676)
  m. Catherine Wallace (possibly dau of Robert Wallace of Cairnhill)
  (a) Ann Harvie
  m. Robert Montgomerie of Bogston
  (b) Annabel Harvie
  m. (mcrt 22.04.1682) John Sempill (son of John of Brigend of Elliotstoun)
  b.+ other issue - William, Margaret



Robert Hodgert or Hodzart (minister in Galloway, d in India)
m. Annabella Boyd (dau of Robert Boyd of Pitcon by Anne, dau of Bryce Blair of that ilk)
1. Robert Hodgert or Hodzart of Kilmarnock (surgeon)
  m. Janet Brown (dau of Robert Brown of Knockmarloch (minister of Quothquirn) by dau of Andrew Gray of Craignethan)
  A. Annabella Hodgert or Hodzart
  m. Robert Paterson 'of Braehead'
  i. Annabella Paterson
  m. (1745) Robert Findlay of Waxford (b 1721, d 1814)
  B. Barbara Hodgert or Hodzart (b c1699, d 27.12.1786)
  m1. (1715) William Findlay
  m2. Alexander Cuninghame of Bridgehouse & Kilmarnock (d 1751)
  C.+ 2 daughters



John Hyllis or Hilles of Assington, Suffolk (d by 12.1547)
1. John Hilles of London (dsp by 04.1579)
  m. Annes (widow of _ Stanton & _ Rayelston)
2. Peter Hilles of Assington then Holton (d before 09.01.1606)
  m. Parnell
  A. William Hilles of Holton (d 04.08.1597)
  m. Joane Browne (dau/coheir of Henry Browne of Edwardstone, sister of Anne)
  i. William Hilles of Holton (a 1602)
  m. (15.01.1600) Elizabeth Gibson
  a.+ issue - Peter (b 18.10.1603), John (bpt 24.07.1606)
  ii. Joan Hilles
  m. (03.10.1599) Adam Winthrop, later of Bandon
  iii. Elizabeth Hilles (a 1603)
  B.+ son (dsp by 1603), 3 daughters
  One of the daughters married ...
  m. John Browne
3. (Joan?) Hilles
  m. John Hilles

Main source(s):
(1) For Hobart (uploaded 03.10.19) : a note in the section on 'Family of Wight of Wightfield' within Commoners (vol 3, Seymour of Castletown', p206)
(2) For Hosier (uploaded 08.10.19) : 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 2, 1841, 'Hosier, Sharp, Prowse and Mordaunt of Wicken Park', p255)
(3) For Hardredeshull (uploaded 14.10.19) : 'Baronies in Fee' (Banks, vol 2, 1863, p88) with some input/support from TCP ('Hatch or Hache'), 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 2, 1841, 'Hardreshull, Baron Hardreshull, and Colepeper or Culpeper of Ashton', p124)
(4) For Heyford (uploaded 28.10.19) : 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 1, 1830, 'Heyford, Morewick and Lumley of Harleston &c', p167)
(5) For Harvie (uploaded 16.05.20) : 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 1, 1847, p422)
(6) For Hodgert or Hodzart (uploaded 14.06.20) : 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 2, 1852, p455 (in note))
(7) For Hilles (uploaded 17.09.20) : 'Evidences of the Winthrops of Groton' (Robert C. Winthrop Jr., 1897, 'Hilles of Holton', p102)
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