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Hastings 1

: Hastings of Ashill, Hastings of Bergavenny, Hastings of Pembroke
Robert b c 1050, Portreve of Hastings ?Steward to King William I, son of Roger b c 1025, grand son of Seigneur Ralph de Venoix b c 1000, great grandson of Miles de Vernoix b c 970 and Lesceline, 2nd gr grandson of Ibert b c 940 possibly illegitimate son of or born earlier as battle hardened companion of Rollo. Granting the dignity of hereditary Mareschal de Normandie would have required great trust on the part of Rollo or his son, as could only come from such relationship or association.
1. Walter de Hastings b c 1080 steward to King Henry I who r. 1100-1135
m Hadewise/Hawise ?dau of
+1?Gerald de Windsor +2 Walter de Windsor
m Gwladus verch Gruffydd
+3 Otho or Other b c 1037, d by 1100
+3 Gruffydd, Prince of Gwynyedd b 1055
m Angharad d c1162, dau of Owain ap Edwin, Lord Tegaingl
A. Hugh de Hastings, lord of Fillongley b c 1110
m Erneburga dau of Hugh de Flamville
i. William de Hastings steward to King Henry II who r. 1154-1189
m1 Maude Banaster dau of Thurstan Banaster
a. Henry de Hastings dsp
b. William de Hastings
m Margery Bigod dau of Roger Bigod, 2nd Earl of Norfolk
1 Henry de Hastings of Ashill d 1250
m Ada of Huntingdon dau of David 'Etherington', Earl of Huntingdon
A Sir Henry de Hastings of Ashill d 1268
BE1883 here wrongly inserts an additional generation of Henrys. It also describes this Henry father of John as the 1st Lord. However, BP1934 repeated in BP1999 identifies his son John as the 1st Lord. We follow BP but note that the numberings of the lordships hereafter differ with those shown in BE1883.
m Eve or Joan de Cantilupe dau of George de Cantilupe, Lord of Bergavenny
i John de Hastings, 1st Lord Hastings of Abergavenny b 06.05.1262, d 10.02.1313
m1 1275 Isabel de Valence d 03/5.10.1305, dau of William de Valence, Earl of Pembroke
a William Hastings dvpsp before 28.02.1312/3
m Eleanor Martin dau of William Martin, 1st Lord
b John Hastings, 2nd Lord d 1325
m Juliana de Leybourne d 01.11.1327, dau of Thomas de Leybourne
1 Laurence Hastings, 1st Earl of Pembroke b c1320, d 30.08.1348
m Agnes Mortimer d 21.07.1368, dau of Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March
A John Hastings, 2nd Earl of Pembroke b 29.08.1347, d 16.04.1375/6
m1 19.05.1359 Margaret Plantagenet b 20.07.1346, dsp after 01.10.1361, dau of Edward III, King of England
m2 Anne Manny d 03.04.1384, dau of Sir Walter Manny
i John Hastings, 3rd Earl of Pembroke b c1372, dsp 30.12.1389/91
m Philippa Mortimer dau of Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March
c Jonette or Joan Hastings
m Edmond Martin dvpsp, son of William Martin, 1st Lord
d Elizabeth Hastings
m Roger de Grey, 1st Lord of Ruthyn d 06.03.1352-3
e Joan Hastings apparently of this generation
m William de Huntingfield d 09.1313
m2 Isabel Despencer d 04.12.1334, dau of Hugh Despencer, Earl of Winchester
f Thomas Hastings dsp 1333
g Hugh Hastings of Gressing Hall / Sutton Scotney b c1310, d 07.1347
m by 18.05.1330 Margery de Foliot d 08.08.1349, dau of Sir Richard Foliot of Gressenhall
h Margaret Hastings
m William Martin, 2nd Lord b c1294, dsp before 04.04.1326
ii Edmund de Hastings, Lord of Inchmahome dsp Bannockburn 24.06.1314
m c1293 Isabel Russel, Countess of Menteith dau of Sir John Russel
iii Audra or Alda de Hastings
m1 John ap Meredyth
m2 Sir Robert de Champayne
iv Lora de Hastings d before 02.7.1339
m before 07.1297 Thomas de Latimer of Braybrooke, 1st Lord d before 02.02.1333/4
v Johanna de Hastings prioress of Nottingham
Visitation shows a Richard, lord of Sledmore, as another son of Henry, by Joan de Cantilupe, but shows him as ancestor of the Lords of Huntingdon. We show Thomas de Hastings, shown below as of 3 generations earlier, as ancestor of the Hastings Earls of Huntingdon.
B Hillaria or Eleanor Hastings
m 1256 Sir William de Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt b 1227, d 1270
2 Ida de Hastings
m Stephen le Segrave d 1241
m2 Ida de Ewe dau of Henry, Count of Eu, Lord of Hastings
c. Thomas de Hastings
d? Isabella (de Hastings
ii. Richard de Hastings priest
iii. Mahant de Hastings
m Robert de Wyford
iv? Millicent de Hastings b c 1140
m Richard Foliot

Sources: BE1883 Hastings of Hastings, Pembroke, BP1934 & BP1999 Hastings + Visitation Yorkshire, 1563-4, Hastynges
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