Name: Humphrey Hastings
Residence: Quinton, Northants
Change Date: 15 SEP 2009
Walter de Preston, descendant of Winemar, held the vill of Quinton in 1216 when he forfeited it on joining the rebel barons. He returned to his allegiance the next year, however, his lands being restored to him. His son Gilbert de Preston held 2 fees in Quinton and elsewhere of the honor of Huntingdon. This appears as one knight's fee in Quinton held by Laurence de Preston in 1284 of John de Hastings, who had also 2 carucates in Quinton held by Edmund de Stoginges and of him by Humphrey de Hayttinge. As Quinton in this return is miswritten 'Suenton' it is possible that 'Hayttinge' is a blunder for Hastang and that Humphrey was the father of Philip de Hastang who held of John de Hastings a messuage and 150 acres in Quinton, which is described in 1316 as a manor.
I did have Philip as son of Henry de Hastings and Eve de Cantilupe (qv).
- Philip Hastings