Name: Philip Holgate or Holcote 1
Death: BEF 12 JAN 1404
Occupation: Steward of Mortimer estates
Change Date: 4 JAN 2013
Philip Holcote [CPtR]
- Philip Holget [CPtR]
- Philip Holgot [CPtR]
- Philip Holgate [Robinson1864]
- Philip Holgote [CPtR]
- Philip Holkod [CPtR]
- Philip Hulgrave [HerefordVis1569]
- Phillip Hollgate [ShropshireVis]
- Commission to give notice of enemy arrival: (co_Hereford, Eng.); 1377A Jul 01
- Co-executor of will of John de Lauton, knight: Westminster (Eng.); 1378A Jan 29
- Participant in a re-enfeoffing; 1379A Oct 15
- Attorney for Leonard Hakeluyt: Westminster (Eng.); 1380A Feb 29
- Commission to give notice of enemy arrival: (co_Hereford, Eng.); 1380A Mar 20
- Commission of the peace: (co_Hereford, Eng.); 1380A May 26
- Co-donor of land in Almaly to the convent of Wormesley; 1380A Jul 12
- Licenced to enfeoff Isabel de Eylesford of two manors; 1402A Apr 28
- Commission to enquire about the killing of John Seymour; 1403A Jan 28
The name Holgate was originally derived from a family having lived in the area of Holdgate in Hereford.
I theory this man would be too late to be our Philip.
During the Wars of the Roses (1455-85), Burghope, parish of Wellington, Herefordshire, was alienated to Philip Holgate. It later passed through several families, including one named Haworth or Howarth in the 16th Century.
MP Herefordshire 1402.
Steward and constable of Denbigh and Bridgwater castles, and steward of Mortimer estates in N. Wales, Salop, Herefs., Worcs., Staffs. and Som. 16 Jan. 1382-6 Feb. 1384.
- Isabel Holgate
- Text: Paul K Davis on GEN-MEDIEVAL-L or on his database
Database on World Connect http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=DESC&db=pkd&id=I6489Jo51a
Seems very well researched (re Hoptons of Hopton at least)