Residence: Wroxall, Warwickshire
Change Date: 28 AUG 2009
... St. Mary, Thetford, by Earl Henry, and the subsequent confirmation of it in turn by Hugh fitz Richard of Hatton; this reveals which Richard it was of whom Hugh was son. Richard FitzOsbern appears as the leading attestor to an 11th century act of Earl Henry in favour of Abingdon... ...The connection with the lords of Richard?s Castle is persuasive but not proveable. The castle and castle chapel at Hatton...
(Midland history? by University of Birmingham. 1996. Page 16.)
It was said that Wroxall had belonged to one Richard, a Norman, who was vassal to Henry, Earl of Warwick, soon after the Conquest.
(Dugdale, quoted in William Shakespeare, his family and friends. Edited by A. Hamilton Thompson, with a memoir of the author by Andrew Lang.)
WROXALL does not appear in the Domesday Survey, but, in the reign of Henry I, Henry de Neuburgh, Earl of Warwick, was chief lord of the fee and one Richard held the manor of Hatton with Wroxall of him. (fn. 5) Hugh son of this Richard founded the priory of Wroxall in about 1141.
- Hugh FitzRichard de Hatton