Name: Thomas Haket
Change Date: 4 JAN 2013
Nicholas Glamorgan died about 1362?3, leaving sisters and co-heirs (Cal. Close, 1360?4, p. 317; Feet of F. Hants, Mich. 38 Edw. III and see Brook. In 1346 Thomas Haket, guardian of Nicholas de Glamorgan, was holding East Standen (Feud. Aids, ii, 338).) among whom this manor like Brook seems to have been divided, for Isabel de Hunstan presented to the chapel, and in 1428 Walter Veer and John Haket held a fee in Standen and Wode, (fn. 134) while in 1431 John Haket, John Rookley, John Holcombe and William Facy held the estate.
Nicholas Glamorgan left sisters and co-heirs, one of whom, Nichola, married Thomas Haket.
Eleanor, a second co-heir of Nicholas, married Peter de Veer, and her son John was in 1383 engaged in a suit against John Mortaine and Alice his wife as to the ownership of an eighth of the manor of Wolverton. Peter de Veer seems to have enfeoffed Nichola Glamorgan of the manor, and as John and Alice called to warranty her son Walter Haket it may be assumed that she had transferred her interest to them. The suit was postponed on account of Walter's minority, and John Mortaine seems to have retained possession at least until 1397. Another part of the manor passed with Brook to John Roucle or Rookley, and in 1431 the estate was held jointly by him and John Haket, to whom Mortaine's holding had reverted before 1428. John Haket was said to be in sole possession of the manor in 1438, and it passed with a moiety of Brook to his daughter Joan wife of John Gilbert.
About 1377 Ralph de Wolverton and Thomas Haket, collectors, were ordered to pay him 100 marksfor his costs in safe-keeping the Isle of Wight from enemies with 100 men-at-arms.
- Generations of Haket