Ho18 Thomas Hody was the son of Richard Hody and Margaret ?Bardolf
|Born: about 1370
Married: Elizabeth/?Margaret Cole (Co18). daughter and heiress of John Cole, of Nitheway, near Torbay, in Devon, which thus became the birthplace of his children.
Died by 1442
The will of John Hody, the chief justice, by which it appears that his father survived him, directs his body to be buried in the church of Wolavington, in Somerset, near the body "Magistri Johannis Hody," his uncle. By the large amount of silver plate and other articles which he gives in legacies, some idea may be formed of the domestic economy of a chief justice of England in the middle of the fifteenth century.
|Lord of Kingston Magna|
|Thomas Hody and Elizabeth Cole had issue:
Ho17-1 Alexander Hody was a devoted partisan of the Lancastrian cause, probably the same who fought at the Battle of Towton, and was attainted in the first year of Edward IV. for his adherence to Henry VI.
Ho17 Sir John Hody