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  • ID: I6921
  • Name: William Hextall
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1408
  • Death: ABT 1470 1
  • Residence: Peckham, Kent, & Gerrard?s Bromley, Staffs 1
  • Occupation: MP
  • Note:

    William Hextall was son of Hugh Hextall of Milwich, Staffs: m. (1) by 1422, Margaret, b. 1412, a da. of William and sis. and heir of John Bromley, who held one-third of Ashley and died 1427 (inq. p. m. 7 Hen VI, C. 139.37.2). He had two das. one, Jane, married Sir John Bromley of Baddington Cheshire, the second Margaret, certainly m. Richard Petit, of Badger, Salop; she must also have married later, William s. of William Whetenhale, alderman of London.
    (HoP)
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    William HEXTALL (ca.1405-ca.1470) of Peckham, Kent, and Gerrard?s Bromley, Staffordshire.
    Son of Hugh Hextall of Milwich. (H.P.pp.450-1).
    Married Margaret, daughter of William Bromley, sister of John Bromley. (ibid.)
    Daughters:
    Jane = Sir John Bromley of Baddington. (ibid.)
    Margaret = Richard Petit of Badger, Shropshire. (ibid.) [N.B. H.P.p.318 has 1 = William Whetenhall 2 = Sir Henry Ferrers]
    1425 M.P. Newcastle-under-Lyme. (H.P.pp.450-1)
    1429 M.P. Newcastle-under-Lyme.(ibid.)
    1430-60 Steward to the Duke of Buckingham. (ibid.)
    1431 M.P. Stafford. (ibid.)
    1431-2 Sub-Sheriff of Staffordshire. (ibid.)
    1432 M.P. Stafford. (ibid.)
    9 Jul. 1433 A witness in Kent to a Stafford deed. (ibid.)
    1435 M.P. Newcastle-under-Lyme. (ibid.)
    Nov. Escheator of Staffordshire. (ibid.)
    1437 M.P. Stafford. (ibid.)
    Jan. 1449 M.P. Bletchingley. (ibid.)
    1450 An Elector for Kent. (ibid.)
    26 Jan. On a commission to raise money and send an army to France. (C.P.R.1446-52 pp.512-3)
    17 Feb. One of those empowered to summon the lieges of Kent to punish and arrest rebels. (ibid.p.577)
    14 Apr. On a commission of array for Kent. (ibid. p.383)
    11 May On a commission of oyer and terminer for Kent. (ibid.p.577) Jul. Took out a pardon after Jack Cade?s rising. (H.P.pp.450-1)
    8 Aug. Commissioner for a tax in Kent. (C.F.R.1445-52 p.174)
    1452 Pardoned. (H.P.pp.450-1) 1453 M.P. Kent. (ibid.)
    6 Jul. On a commission to deliver Maidstone gaol. (C.P.R.1452-61 p.117)
    26 Nov. On a commission to investigate piracy off the south coast. (ibid.p.167)
    1 Jun.1454 One of those who were made keepers of the temporalities of the Archbishopric of Canterbury. (ibid. p.154)
    Apr.1455 Summoned to the Great Council for Kent. (H.P.pp.450-1)
    3 Sep. On a commission of the peace for Kent. (C.P.R.1452-61 p.668)
    22 Sep. On a commission of the peace for Kent. (ibid. p.668)
    27 Nov. On a commission of the peace for Kent. (ibid. p.668)by 1456 One of the four tellers of the Exchequer. (H.P.pp.450-1)
    5 May On a commission of the peace for Kent. (C.P.R.1452-61 p.668)
    3 Jul. On a commission of the peace for Kent. (ibid.p.668)
    11 Aug. On a commission of array for Kent. (ibid. p.311)
    8 Feb.1457 On a commission to deliver Maidstone Gaol. (ibid.p.345)
    27 Sep. On a commission of array for Kent. (ibid.p.406)
    17 Dec. On a commission to assign how many archers each part of Kent should supply. (ibid.p.408)
    Jan. 1458 Pardoned. (H.P.pp.450-1)
    4 May On a commission of the peace for Kent. (C.P.R.1452-61 p.668)
    10 May On a commission of the peace for Kent. (ibid.p.668)
    5 Sep. On a commission of array for Kent. (ibid.p.490)
    21 Dec.1459 On a commission of array for Kent. (ibid.p.558)
    27 Jan.1460 On a commission of array for Kent. (ibid.p.563)
    16 Feb. On a commission of array for Kent. (ibid.p.561)
    8 May He, Kyriell(q.v.), Cheyne, Fogge(q.v.) and Horne(q.v.) were ordered to muster men for the defence of Sandwich against the Yorkists at Calais. (ibid.p.607)
    1 Jul. 1463 Commissioned to assess a tax in Calais. (C.F.R.1461-71 p.100)
    1466 Executor of the Will of John Harpur of Bristol. (H.P.pp.450-1)
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    Margaret Bromley married William Hesall who died 3rd November 1487. 3rd year of Henry VII.
    (Tony Freer Minshull, http://www.known-names.com)
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    In 1425 John Wood was suing Richard Sneyd for debt; in 1432 he was accused of forgery in respect of Ashley property by his colleague at Westminster in 1425, William Hextall.
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  • Change Date: 21 SEP 2010



    Father: Hugh Hextall

    Marriage 1 Margaret Bromley b: 1410
    • Married: BEF 1422
    Children
    1. Has Children Joane or Jane Hextall b: 1413
    2. Has Children Margaret Hextall

    Sources:
    1. Type: Web Site
      Author: Ian Rogers
      URL: www.girders.net
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