Name: Alice de Hoke
Birth: in of Oke, Ashton Clinton, Bucks
Change Date: 5 MAR 2012
?Of Oke, Aston Clinton.?
The manor of Oke was apparently in the parish of Aston Clinton, but it is only mentioned twice in the 14th and 15th centuries. John Rose and his wife Elizabeth held the manors of ...
After Anthony de Bek's death in 1310 Hardwick manor, in Hardwick, Oxon, evidently passed to the Audleys of Aston Clinton. The 'Alice of Hoke' who held the manor in 1316 may be identified as Alice de Audley, whose possessions at her death in 1342 included the manor of 'Oke' in Aston Clinton. This Alice was the widow of a James who may have been an illegitimate son of James de Audley (d. 1272). She was succeeded at Hardwick and Aston by her son William de Audley, who at his death in 1365 held Hardwick jointly with his wife Joan.
See The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 139, p283:
This was the land held by Alice de Hoke in 1342. According to these records Alice Beauchamp had a son James and held the manors of ...
Aston Clinton did not come to the St. Clairs until after the death in 1410 of the last heir in the male line of the Audleys. He was John Rose, husband of Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas, brother of William, son of James Audley and ...
James de Audley
- James de Audley
- Text: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 139, p283.