Name: Margaret Hastings
Death: 1406 1
Burial: Noseley Chapel, Leicestershire
MEM: Noseley, Leicestershire: tomb 1 2
Note: 3 4|
Change Date: 18 NOV 2011
Daughter and heir of Sir Ralph HASTINGS.
According to Margaret's memorial inscription in Noseley church, her second husband was certainly John Blaket:
"Hic jacet domina Margareta uxor Johannis Blaket, quondam uxor Rogeri Heroni, militis, filia Radulphi Hastyngs que obit an. 1406 cujus anime propitiet' D's. Amen"
[John Harwood Hill, The History of Market Harborough, (Leicester, 1875), p.180]
Ralph Hastings?s property passed to their only child Margaret. She married twice, first Sir Roger Heron and secondly Sir John Blaket, and her heir was her eldest daughter Isabel Heron.
About 1435, after the death of Sir John Blaket, who held the manor for life after his wife's death, Thomas Hazlerigg of Fawdon (Northumb.), the son of Isabel, succeeded to the manor of Noseley. From that time the manor has been held in unbroken succession by the Hazlerigg family. In 1622 Thomas Hazlerigg was created a baronet, and in 1630 he was succeeded by his son Sir Arthur, the parliamentarian.
Father: Ralph Hastings b: 1366 in Kirby, Leics
Mother: Isabel Saddington
- Elizabeth Heron
- Type: Web Site
Author: Tim Powys-Lybbe
- Text: The Broket Archive
- Text: Rosie Bevan
- Type: Book
Periodical: Victoria County History of Leicestershire