'Hastings02'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Hastings of Ashby de la Zouch, Hastings of Edlingham, Hastings of Kirby

Thomas de Hastings
1. Hugh de Hastings (d 1208)
  m. Hellena de Allerston
  A. Thomas de Hastings (d c1246)
  m. Amicia
  i. Sir Nicholas de Hastings of Gissing (d 1268)
m. Emmeline
  a. Hugh de Hastings (d 1302)
  m. Beatrice
  (1) Nicholas de Hastings (d 1306)
  (A) Ralph de Hastings 'of Wistow, Governor of York' (d Neville's Cross 1346)
  m. Margaret Herle
(i) Ralph Hastings (d 1398)
  m1. (c1352) Isabel Sadington (dau/heir of Sir Robert Sadington of Sadington)
  The following connection to the Haselrige family is supported by 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 2 (part 2, 1798, p756) & vol 4 (part 1, 1807, p192)).
  (a) Margaret Hastings
  m1. Sir Roger Heron (a 1374)
  ((1)) Isabel Heron (heir)
  m. Thomas de Haselrige (d 1466)
  ((2))+ other issue - Margaret, Elizabeth (dsp)
  m2. Sir John Blaket
  m2. (c1385) Maud (dau of Roger St. John, or possibly Thomas Sutton of Holderness, Sheriff of Yorkshire)
  (b) Sir Richard Hastings (dsp c1437, 2nd son)
m1. Elizabeth Beaumont
  m2. (?) Joan Scrope (dau of Sir John Scrope of Masham family)
  (c) Sir Leonard Hastings of Kirby (b 1396, d 20.10.1455)
  m. Alice Camoys (dau of Thomas de Camoys, 1st Lord)
  ((1)) William Hastings of Kirby, 1st Lord Ashby de la Zouch (b c1430, d 13.06.1483)
  m. Katherine Nevill (dau of Richard Nevill, 1st Earl of Salisbury)
  ((A)) Edward Hastings, 2nd Lord Ashby de la Zouch, 'Lord Hungerford' (b 26.11.1466, d 08.11.1506/7)
  m. Mary Hungerford, de jure Baroness Botreaux (dau of Sir Thomas Hungerford)
  ((i)) George Hastings, 1st Earl of Huntingdon (d 24.03.1544)
  m. Anne Stafford (dau of Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham)
  ((ii)) William Hastings
  ((iii)) Anne Hastings (bur 17.11.1550)
m. (1507) Thomas Stanley, 2nd Earl of Derby (d 23.05.1521)
  ((B)) Anne Hastings
  m. George Talbot, 4th Earl of Shrewsbury (b 1468, d 26.07.1538)
  ((2)) Richard Hastings (b 1433, d 09.1503)
m. Joane Welles, de jure suo jure Baroness of Welles and Eresby (dsp before 03.1474/5, dau of Sir Richard Welles, 7th Lord Willoughby of Eresby, 7th Lord Welles)
  ((3)) Sir Ralph Hastings of Harrowdon & Kirby (b 1435, d 1495)
  m. Anne Tatteshall (dau of John Tatteshall)
  ((A)) Florence Hastings
  m. Sir Edmund Grey, 9th Lord of Wilton (d 1511)
  ((B)) Anne Hastings
  m. Sir Humphrey Elton
  ((C)) Catherine Hastings
  m. Sir John Norwich
  ((D)) Isabel Hastings (d 1536)
  m. Sir John Dyve
  ((E)) Elizabeth Hastings
  m. John Longueville
  ((F)) Emma Hastings
  m. John Gresly
  ((G)) Cecilia Hastings
  m. Sir John Harcourt
((H))+ other issue - Alice, Edmund, Leonard
  ((4)) Thomas Hastings
  ((5)) Anne Hastings
  m. (c1468) Sir Thomas Ferrers of Tamworth (d 1498)
  ((6)) Joan Hastings
  m. John Brokesby
  ((7)) Elizabeth Hastings
  m. John Dunn
  (d)+ other issue - Sir Ralph (dsp 1405), John, Bartholomew, Maud
  b. Alice de Hastings
  m. (27.10.1284) Walter de Heron



Sir Edmund Hastings of Roxley in Pickering Lythe (Yorkshire), Sheriff of Northumberland (d 09.12.1448)
m1/2. Elizabeth Felton (dau of Sir John de Felton, half-sister & coheir of Sir John de Felton of Edlingham)
1. Sir John Hastings (a 1422, dvp before 1445)
  A. Sir Edmund Hastings of Edlingham (b 01.04.1431, a 1483)
  m1. ??
  i. Sir Robert Hastings of Edlingham
  m. (c06.1484) Amicia Lewis ("of the household of the earl of Northumberland")
  a. Francis Hastings of Kinthorpe, last of Edlingham
  m. Elizabeth Pickering (dau of Sir John Pickering of Oswaldkirk)
  (1) Henry Hastings
  b.+ other issue - John, James, Bridget
  m2. (29.08.1478) Mary Greystoke (dau of Ralph, Lord Greystoke, widow of Thomas Salvin of Newbegin)
2. William Hastings (a 01.1444/5)
m2/1. Meryll Denham (dau of John Denham)
3.+ other issue



Philip de Hastings
1. Miles de Hastings (d 1305-6?)
  MGH and other sources suggest that this Miles dsp by 1312. Lipscomb (Bucks, vol 4, 'Pedigree of Nowers, Nevill, and Mulsho', p143) also shows that he dsp but then indicates that he may have had issue. Lipscomb (Bucks, vol 4 (1847), 'Pedigree of Goldington', p352) shows issue as follows, leaving the implications that there was confusion between this Miles and his son and that this Miles did not dsp but that he may have dspms.
  m. Dionisia de Goldington (dau/coheir of Peter de Goldington of Worthington)
  A. Miles de Hastings (dsp by 1312)
  m. Matilda (m2. John Pickard)
  B. Isabella de Hastings
  m. Giles Revell
  i. Giles Revell
  ii. Alicia Revell confusion with Alice de Hastings below?
  m. _ Fourneux
  iii. Margerita Revell confusion with Margery de Hastings below?
m. Roger Botteler
  iv. Lucia Revell
  m1. Robert Goste
  m2. _ Morewell
2. Isabel de Hastings
  MGH and other sources suggest Isabella, wife of Giles Revel, was of this generation. Provisionally, we show that Isabel as a generation later. This may have been the sister of Miles reported by Lipscomb (p143) to have married ...
  m. Simon de Drayton
3. Alice de Hastings
  m. Sir Simon de Furneaux of Furneaux Pelham (d 1306)
4. Margery de Hastings
  m. Roger de Boteler

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 01.08.03, part reviewed 29.08.22) : 'TUDOR' with some support and input from 'Historical Collections of Staffordshire' (or 'Collections for a History of Staffordshire', edited by The William Salt Archaeological Society, New Series volume 1, printed in 1898) and a very little from 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 2, 1811, 'Pedigree of Herle and Hastings of Kirby Muxloe, Braunston, &c.', p627)
(2) For middle section (uploaded 26.05.19) : 'A History of Northumberland' (vol 7, John Crawford Hodgson, 1904, 'Hastings of Roxby, co. York, and of Edlingham Castle', p130)
(3) For lower section (uploaded 02.01.22, amended 19.02.23 using Lipscomb) : MGH (NS5 vol 3 (1918), p65), Lipscomb (Bucks, vol 4 (1847), 'Pedigree of Goldington', p352)
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