• Born 26 September 1401 - Spaxton, Somerset, England
  • Deceased 21 October 1434 - Inkpen, Berkshire, England,aged 33 years old
  • Buried - Wm Hill, Somerset, England

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_BIO: John Hill was the son of Robert Hill of Spaxton and Isabel Fitchet Hilll, daughter and sole heiress of Sir Thomas Fitchet of Spaxton. He was born in 1401 and died in 1434. His father Robert Hill was M P for Somerset, and Sheriff of Somerset and Dorset but there is no evidence John ever held either office. When his father Robert died in 1423 John inherited the estates he had accumulated: Nine manors(inherited through his mother) including Spaxton, property at Bridgwater in Somerset, the manor of King's Tamerton, lands at Trill near Axminster, around Dittisham and Modbury in south Devon, the manor of Westcourt in Inkpen in Berkshire, the manor of Halton Barton and premises in Cornwall, the manors of Heath St. Mary and Halscombe and property in and near Exeter, in Devon, and the manors of Houndstone, Kingston Pitney and Yeovil, in Somerset, the manor of Hemborough in Dittisham, Devon. John married Cecily Stourton, eldest daughter of John Stourton I of Preston Plucknett, Somerset. Cecily survived John and secondly married Sir Thomas Kyriel of Sarrecourt, on the Isle of Thanet. John Hill had one sister Elizabeth.
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Sir John Hill
Birth  26 September 1401 • Spaxton, Somerset, England, United Kingdom
Death  21 October 1434 • Inkpen, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom
Parents  Isabella Fichett • Sir Robert Hill
Spouse  Lady Cecilia Stourton
Children  Agnes Hill • Elizabeth Hill • Humphrey Hill • Jeanette Hill • Joan Hill • John Hill • Ralph Hill • Sir Roger Hill • Thomas Hill • William Hill

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! Vis of Som., Eng. Col & Rev. Fam. of Philadelphia Vol 1 A 929 J 763 M. Phila, Pub. Lib.
Ancestral File-John Hill
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM) (June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998), Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA
Ancestral File Number: FJ16-DJ
Ancestral File Number:(AFN) FJ16-DJ
Sources
I have an old family group sheet with these sources:
Vis. of Som., Eng, Col and Rev. Fam. of Philadelphia Vol 1 A 929 J 763 M.Phila, Pub. Lib.

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    JOHN HILLE , SON AND HEIR OF JOHN HILLE OF SPAXTON
    466 Writ de etate probanda . ‡ 13 October 1445. [Bate].
    His father held by knight service of James, son and heir of John Luterell, knight , a minor in royal custody. By royal grant [CFR 1430-37, p. 242], the lands and tenements from his inheritance are in the custody of Thomas Kyryell, knight , Cecily his wife, and Walter Portman , who are to be warned. Cecily was formerly the wife of John Hille the father. [Dorse:] They were warned [date and place as below].

    SOMERSET. Proof of age. Taunton. 23 October 1445. [Leyot].
    The jurors swear that he was born at Spaxton on Monday before the Nativity of the Virgin[4 September] 1424, and baptised in the church of the Virgin Mary there. They recall this well with reference to the following memories of the day of his birth. Walter Mychell , aged 44, carried a basin and ewer to the church. John Blower , aged 50, carried a torch. William Magott , aged 60, rode there with John Warre , godfather. John Person, senior , aged 60, was riding to Taunton and fell from his horse, injuring his right shin. John ?Cloutesham, aged 50, was sent to bring the above John Warre to Spaxton. Thomas Roche , aged 54, rode to Spaxton with Isabel Courtenay , godmother, and rode homewards again with her. John Phelpott , aged 53, had a vessel (dolium) of oil carried to his house. On the way it was broken and the oil poured out and was lost. John ?P o le, aged 43, wore a surplice and held the book from which the rector read during the baptism. Roger Person , aged 45, recalls because William, his son, now deceased, was born. Robert Cote , aged 58, recalls because his servants (famuli) went with a wagon to carry corn. An ox pulling the wagon suddenly fell to the ground and died. John Cogayn , aged 60, had a daughter, Alice, who died and was buried in the cemetery of the church. Henry Sidenham , aged 53, was riding to Bridgwater. As his horse was walking along the way it suddenly fell from under him and died. [Foot:] Thomas Kyryell , Cecily, and Walter Portman were warned to be there.

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    .... and so in 1397 (Robert) Hill, who had already 'incurred many ... costs and expenses to save the inheritance', fearing that he would lose the prospect of sharing Isabel's estates when she came of age, made an agreement with the next heir, Sir John Devereux*. For a consideration of £50 (and possibly also a loan of £1,000 to alleviate Devereux's financial difficulties, although the details of this transaction are not clear), Hill was permitted to retain the property for life in the event of Isabel's early death without children. However, within four years (in 1401) Isabel recovered and gave birth to a son.
    Hill made his will in the octave of Easter (early April) 1423. Apart from the conventional bequests to friends and local religious houses, he left to his son, John, the white silk hangings in his oratory, together with six books and a Bible, and he gave a further five books to Spaxton church. To his son he also bequeathed his furniture and effects at Spaxton, and to his daughter, Elizabeth, a marriage portion of 200 marks which was to be kept in a chest at the convent of Minchin Buckland until she found a husband. Jewellery and cash were generously distributed to Hill's brothers and sisters, to a number of clerks and servants, and to his executors, the latter headed by Sir Hugh Luttrell and Sir Thomas Stawell*. The cash bequests amounted to over £200, and there was much else in jewellery and plate-a goblet and ewer of 'berell', a girdle studded with pure gold, rosaries made of coral with gauds of silver gilt, a gold ring with a diamond, a brooch and several other goblets. Twenty pounds was left to the prioress and convent of Buckland, 'to provide a certain jewel for the body of Christ to be placed in', and more money so that his name and that of his wife should be entered in their martyrology. One thousand masses were to be celebrated within three or four days of his death, and three priests were to say a great trental of St. Gregory at regular intervals for a year for all those whom he had wronged. Hill died on 25 Apr. and was buried in the conventual church at Buckland, 'before and under the high altar near the middle of it, near the place where my wife was buried'.10 He was succeeded by his only son, John, who married Cecily, daughter of John Stourton I* of Preston Plucknett, and died in 1434. The estate which Hill had been obviously so careful to secure for his descendants was to remain in the family for little more than a century.
    http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1386-1421/member/hill-robert-1361-1423
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    JOHN HILL OF SPAXTON
    355 Writ. ‡ 26 October 1434. [Wymbyssh].
    BERKSHIRE. Inquisition. Newbury. 13 February 1435. [Quatermayns].
    Jurors: John Goutere ; John Byle ; Henry Cokkys ; John Hykkes ; John Botiller ; Robert Roose ; Roger Gouter ; John Whyte ; Robert Hayte ; John Sawyer ; John Elger ; and John Stake .

    He held no lands or tenements of the king in chief in demesne or service, but held the following in his demesne as of fee.
    Inkpen, the manor, annual value 6 marks, held of John Sutton, knight , of his honour of Dudley in socage.
    He died on 21 October last. John Hill, his son and next heir, was aged 10 years on 6 September last.
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    356 Writ. ‡ 26 October 1434. [Wymbyssh].
    Addressed to the escheator of Devon and Cornwall .

    DEVON. Inquisition. Modbury. 28 January 1435. [Burton].
    Jurors: Richard Fortescu ; William Moun ; Thomas Stone ; William Langham ; Henry Marygg ; Geoffrey Cook ; William atte Trewne ; Richard Huchyn ; Hugh Forde ; William Weryng ; John Adam ; and Richard Chope .

    He held no lands or tenements of the king in chief in demesne or service but held the following in his demesne as of fee.
    Dittisham, the manor, annual value £16, with advowson of the church there, of no annual value, held of the earl of Devon of his castle of Okehampton by knight service.
    Trill, 4 messuages, 200 a. land, 40 a. wood, and 6 a. meadow, annual value 40s., held of John Crukern , son of John Crukern of Childhay, service unknown.
    Chapelhaies (Chapellegh) and Cadeleigh, 12 messuages, 300 a. land, 12 a. meadow, and 6 a. wood, annual value 100s., held of Alice Halewyll , heir of Richard Pyperell , service unknown.
    King's Tamerton, 3 messuages, 80 a. land, and 8 a. meadow, annual value 20s., held of John Vautort in socage.
    Warne, 1/3 messuage and 1/3 carucate of land, annual value 6s., held of Nicholas Tremayn in socage.
    Gratton, 1/3 messuage and 1/3 carucate of land, annual value 3s. 4d., held of Richard Mylaton in socage.
    Cobham Week, 1/3 manor, annual value 40s., held of the earl of Devon , service unknown.
    Hemborough, a messuage and carucate of land, annual value 35s., held of the prior of St John of Jerusalem in England in socage by rent of 5s. yearly for all service.
    Plymouth, 3 messuages, 9 tofts, and 6 a. land, annual value 20s., held of John Vautort in socage.
    Witheridge, a messuage and 20 a. land, annual value 6s. 8d., held of John Botreaux , service unknown.
    Date of death and heir as 355.
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    357 [Writ: see 356 .]
    CORNWALL. Inquisition. Saltash. 29 January 1435. [Burton].
    Jurors: Peter Eggecombe ; Stephen Trenewith ; Richard Chyket ; John Kynbeare ; Thomas Buttokishide ; Roger Kyngdon ; Richard Geade ; John Harry ; John Polmorkyn ; Thomas Wasek ; Thomas Benet ; and Thomas Martyn .

    He held no lands or tenements of the king in chief in demesne or service, but held the following in his demesne as of fee.
    Hilton, 1/3 manor, annual value 50s., held of the king of his duchy of Cornwall, of his castle of Launceston, as of fee of vigil-land (t'r' vigilia'), called 'Waytesfee', in free socage by 3s. 4d. rent, payable at Michaelmas for all service.
    Halton, the manor, annual value 50 marks, with advowsons of the churches of St Dominick and Pillaton belonging to the same manor, of no annual value, held of John Cornewaille, knight , of his castle and manor of Trematon by knight service. John Cornewaille holds, among other things, the castle and manor of Trematon, with knights' fees of each and every part of the same, at farm by demise of the king, as fully apparent in letters patent exemplified under the great seal, shown to the jurors [CPR 1422-29, p. 59].
    Gooseford, a messuage and 20 a. land, of no annual value, held of John Baret , service unknown.
    Exwell, a messuage and 30 a. land, annual value 6s., held of William Botreaux, chevalier , service unknown.
    Penpont, Trewint, Halvana, Tresmaine, Polglaze, and 'Fowymore', 5 messuages and 100 a. land, annual value 30s.
    ; and
    Penpont, a mill for corn, annual value 3s. 4d.
    , held of Agnes, lately wife of John Bevyle , service unknown.
    Boconnion by Bodmin, 3 messuages and 60 a. land, annual value 13s. 4d., and a mill for corn, annual value 5s., held of Eleanor, lately wife of William Talbot, knight , in socage.
    Bodmin, 15 burgages, annual value 6s. 8d., held of the prior of Bodmin in socage.
    Boskear, a messuage and 20 a. land, annual value 6d., held of the same prior in socage.
    Carlyon, a messuage and 10 a. land, annual value 6s. 8d., held of John Cheyndut in socage.
    Trenant, a messuage and 20 a. land, annual value 6s. 8d., held of Thomas Chedder in socage.
    Cannalidgey, Borlase, Retallack, Trelow, Tredinnick, Trevysythek, Bodellick, Trevisker, and Trelidgeon, 1/3 knight's fee and 10 a. land, annual value 20s., held of the bishop of Exeter , service unknown.
    Tredis and Trewin, 2 parts of 1/2 knight's fee, of no annual value, held of the earl of Devon , service unknown.
    Deviock, the manor, of no annual value, held of the bishop of Exeter , service unknown.
    Date of death and heir as 355.

    [Foot:] this inquisition was delivered to Chancery on 19 February.

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    http://www.inquisitionspostmortem.ac.uk/view/inquisition/24-355/
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    ROBERT HILLE OF SPAXTON
    93 Writ. ‡ 28 April 1423. [Wymbyssh]
    BERKSHIRE. Inquisition. Newbury. 7 July 1423. [Waget]
    Jurors: Henry Hill ; John Gonter ; William Norys ; John Chadelworth ; Richard Skynner ; John Bye ; Roger Tryngow ; William Brokevile ; Robert Hertrygge ; Roger Smyth ; Henry Barbour ; and John Gugyn .

    He held no lands or tenements of ‪the king in chief in demesne or by service. He held by curtesy after the death of Isabel his wife of her inheritance

    a manor in Inkpen called 'Westcourt maner' of Inkpen. In the manor there are a hall, 2 chambers, a kitchen, a stable, a sheepfold and a grange, worth nothing yearly; 160 a. arable, each acre worth 3d. yearly; 8 a. meadow, each acre worth 20d. yearly; 4 messuages, each with 15 a. land and worth 5s. yearly; and assize rents of free tenants of 5s. and 1lb. pepper at Lady Day and Michaelmas in equal portions. The manor is held of the lord John Sutton, knight, service unknown.
    He died on 25 April last. John Hille is the son and next heir of both Robert and Isabel, and was aged 21 years and more on 26 September last.

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    94 Writ. ‡ 28 April 1423. [Wymbyssh]
    SOMERSET. Inquisition. Ilchester. 4 June 1423. [Carant]
    Jurors: John Dannuell ; John Gregory ; John Guppehey ; John Gerard ; John Gildene ; Thomas Caue ; Thomas Berde ; John Mustam ; William Note ; Nicholas Kynge ; Richard Arnold ; and Thomas Bath .

    He held no lands or tenements of the king in chief in demesne or by service. He held the following by curtesy as in 93.

    Spaxton
    and
    Littleton
    , the manors, with the
    advowson of Spaxton
    , held of James Tuchet, Lord de Audeley , of his manor of Nether Stowey, by knight service,
    annual value of the manor of Spaxton 20 marks, the advowson nil
    , and the
    manor of Littleton 12 marks
    .
    Harnham
    ,
    Perry Fichet
    and
    Edington
    , the manors, held of Annis lately wife of Baldwin Malet, knight , by knight service,
    annual values 10 marks
    ,
    12 marks
    and
    £16
    respectively.
    ?Aley (Ayly), the manor, held of Robert Lord de Ponyngs, of his manor of Stogursey by knight service, annual value 11 marks.
    Yard, the manor, held of Thomas Stowel, knight , of his manor of Cothelstone by knight service, annual value 9 marks.
    Shurton, the manor, held of Hugh Lutrell, knight , of his castle of Dunster, service unknown, annual value £7.
    Fiddington, 4 a. land with the advowson, held in socage of Robert Greyndour, the land worth 2s. 6d. yearly and the advowson nothing.
    Bridgwater, 15 burgages and 1/3 burgage in the borough, held in burgage tenure of Edmund earl of March and in socage of Lord de la Souch...[ms soiled], annual value 17s. 8d.
    Cannington, a messuage, 4 a. land and 6 a. meadow, held in socage of Robert Lord de Ponyngs , annual value 10s.
    ?Moorland (Moreland) in the parish of Spaxton [?recte North Petherton], a messuage, 20 a. land and 6 a. meadow, held in socage of the king of his duchy of Lancaster of his manor of Durleigh, annual value 13s. 4d.
    Cannington, 8 a. meadow, held in socage of Thomas Michel by a rent of 4d. yearly, annual value 10s.
    Wembdon, 30 a. arable, held of William Powlet and Thomas Michel , by knight service, annual value 18s. 8d.
    Date of death and heir as in 93.

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    95 Writ. 28 April 1423. [Wymbyshh]
    DEVON. Inquisition. Exeter. 22 June 1423. [Copleston]
    Jurors: Thomas Denys ; Richard Holand ; John Spencer ; William Squier ; John Bythelake ; Nicholas Coterell ; William Myl...n [ms holed]; John Takell ; Ralph Payn ; Richard Worthy ; Hugh Vykary ; and Thomas Trobrygge .

    He held no lands or tenements of the king in chief in demesne or by service. He held the following by curtesy as in 93.

    Dittisham, the manor with the advowson of its church, held of the earl of Devon of his castle of Okehampton, service unknown, annual value of the manor £16, the advowson nil.
    Trill, a messuage, 100 a. land, 20 a. wood and 6 a. meadow, held of John Crukern of Chilley, service unknown, annual value 40s.
    Chapelhaies and Cadeleigh, 6 messuages, 300 a. land, 12 a. meadow and 6 a. wood, held of Richard Pyperell 's heirs, service unknown, annual value 100s.
    King's Tamerton, a messuage, 60 a. land and 8 a. meadow, held of John Vautort 's heirs, service unknown, annual value 40s.
    North or South Warne, 1/3 messuage and 1/3 carucate, held of Nicholas Tremayn , service unknown, annual value 6s.
    Gratton, 1/3 messuage and 1/3 carucate, held of John Dymmok and Richard Mylaton , service unknown, annual value 3s. 4d.
    Cobham Week, 1/3 manor, held of the earl of Devon , service unknown, annual value 100s.
    He died seised in his demesne as of fee of the following.
    Hemborough, a messuage and carucate, held of the Master of St John of Jerusalem in England, service unknown, annual value 40s.
    Plymouth, 1 a. land, held of John Vautort , service unknown, annual value 12d.
    Date of death and heir as in 93.

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    96 [Writ: see 95 .]
    CORNWALL. Inquisition. Launceston. 25 June 1423. [Copleston]
    Jurors: John Trelavny, chevalier ; Richard Penwore ; Peter Eggecombe ; Richard Croke ; Stephen Trenywyth ; Thomas Vppeton ; Gilbert Dreynek ; John Kymbear ; John Calwe Kyldreynek ; William Bake ; Robert Trecarll ; and Thomas Porter .

    He held no lands or tenements of the king in chief in demesne or by service. He held the following by curtesy as in 93.

    Hilton, 1/3 manor, held of the king of his duchy of Cornwall of his castle of Launceston, of the fee of the lands of the watchmen in socage by service of 3s. 4d. rent at Michaelmas, annual value 60s.
    Halton, the manor, with the advowson[s] of the churches of St Dominick and Pillaton pertaining to the manor, held of John Cornuall, knight , and Elizabeth his wife in her right, of her castle of Trematon by knight service, annual value £40.
    Gooseford, a messuage and 20 a. land, held of John Baret , services unknown, annual value nil.
    Exwell, a messuage and 30 a. land, held of Ralph Botreaux, chevalier , services unknown, annual value 20s.
    Penpont, Trewint, Halvana, Tresmaine, Polglaze and Fowymore, 5 messuages and 100 a. land, and a grist-mill in Penpont, held of John Beuyle , services unknown, annual value of the messuage and land 50s. and of the mill 6s. 8d.
    Boconnion, 3 messuages, 60 a. land and a grist-mill, held of Thomas Peuerell 's heirs, services unknown, annual value of the messuage and land 20s. and of the mill 6s. 8d.
    Bodmin, 15 burgages, held of the prior of Bodmin , services unknown, annual value 10s.
    Boskear, a messuage and 20 a. land, held of the same prior, services unknown, annual value 6d.
    Carlyon, a messuage and 10 a. land, held of John Cheyndut , services unknown, annual value 10s.
    Trenant, a messuage and 20 a. land, held of the inheritance of Thomas Courtenay , services unknown, annual value 12s.
    Cannalidgey, Borlase, Retallick, Trelow, Tredinnick, Tresithick, Bodellick, Trevisker and Trelidgeon, 1/3 knight's fee and 10 a. land, held of the bishop of Exeter , services unknown, annual value 50s.
    Tredis and Trewin, 2 parts of 1/2 knight's fee, held of Hugh Courtenay, chevalier , services unknown, annual value nil.
    Deviock, the manor, held of the bishop of Exeter , services unknown, annual value nil.
    Date of death and heir as in 93.

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