LIST OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS OF KNIGHT AND SERGEANT "RAOUL DE HAUTEVILLE"

(ALSO FOUND UNDER "RAOUL DE HAUVILLE")


ARMORIES OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS
Guiscard de Hauteville
Hauville
Hovile (Hoville)
Hovelle
Howell-1a
Howell-1b
Townshend -Hoville

HISTORICAL GENEALOGICAL TIME LINE - STARTING YEAR 852
Patronyme
Given Names
Born
Town, County, Country
Date of Event
Source of Information
Web link or other source
Heraldic Comments (excerpts from historical documents)
De Hauteville
Hialti (Hialtt)
852
Haultville, Hautville, Altaville
852
The Norman People, Author: H. S. King, Publication: London, 1874 Pages 280 -281
http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=lorenfamily&id=I44040
Hialiti De Hauteville was a Northman Viking born in Norway
De Hauteville
Guiscard
888
Hauteville-la-Guichard, Normandy, France
Died 940
The Norman People, Author: H. S. King, Publication: London, 1874 Pages 280 -281
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Guiscard de Hauteville was the son of Hialti de Hauteville
De Hauteville
Tancret Seigneur
910
Hauteville-la-Guichard, Normandy, France
Died 980
The Norman People, Author: H. S. King, Publication: London, 1874 Pages 280 -281
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Tancred Seigneur de Hauteville was the son of Guiscard de Hauteville
De Hauteville
Gerard Tancret
930
Hauteville-la-Guichard, Normandy, France
Died in 1001
The Norman People, Author: H. S. King, Publication: London, 1874 Pages 280 -281
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Gerard Tancret de Hauteville was the son of Tancrede Seigneur de Hauteville
De Hauteville
Rabel Tancret
950
Hauteville-la-Guichard, Normandy, France
Died in 1021
The Norman People, Author: H. S. King, Publication: London, 1874 Pages 280 -281
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Rabel Tancred de Hauteville was the son of Gerard Tancred de Hauteville. Rabels second wife was Fresende de Normandie born 995
De Hauteville
Tancret "Guiscard"Seigneur
970
Hauteville, Normandy, France
Died 1041
The Norman People, Author: H. S. King, Publication: London, 1874 Pages 280 -281
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Tancreed "Guiscard"Seigneur de Hauteville died in Coutances, Normandy, France in 1041. He was the son of Rabel Tancred de Hauteville. His wife was Murielle de Normandie. She was born 990 and died in 1020.
De Hauteville
Geoffrey Seigneur
1015
Hauteville, Normandy, France
1015
The Norman People, Author: H. S. King, Publication: London, 1874 Pages 280 -281
http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=lorenfamily&id=I44040

He was the son of Tancred "Guiscard"Seigneur de Hauteville and he married Sicholgaite di Brindis. His mother was Murielle de Normandie
De Hauteville (De Hauville)
Raoul
1041
Hauteville, Normandy, France
October 14th 1066
Church Dives-sur-Mer, Normandy France and Abbey Roll, Hastings, England
Raoul de Hauteville also found under Raoul Hauville was the son of Geoffrey Seigneur de Hauteville and was one of the Knights and a Sergeant of "William the Conqueror". He participated at the battle near Hastings on October 14th. 1066 during which Williams army defeated the English King Harold Godwinson
De Hauteville (De Hauville)

Raoul

1041
Hauteville, Normandy, France
Died 1086

De Hauteville was misspelled into De Hauville in England starting year 1066 after the invasion by William the Concqueror
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Ralph de Hauteville was born in 1041 in the city of Hauteville, Normandy, France. He was the son of Geoffrey Seigneur de Hauteville and his mother was Sicholgaite di Brindise
De Hauville
Ralph
n/a
Norfolk, Dunton Fakenham
1086
Reference to the land owned by Ralph de Hauville
A Topographical Dictionary of England 1848 pages 105-110 from http://www.british-history.ac.uk
The manor was given by Henry VII. to Ralph de Hauville, to be held by service of keeping the king's falcons; it passed in the reign of Elizabeth to Lord Chief Justice Coke.
De Halvile
Ralph and Robert
n/a
Lands east of Grafton and west Grafton lay in 4 or more estates. Wiltshire, England
1086
Great Bedwyn, A History of the county of Wiltshire: Vol 16. Kinwardstone Hundred (1999)
http://www.british-history.ac.uk
In 1086 the lands of East Grafton and West Grafton lay in four or more estates. William of Eu (d. c. 1095) held one, in 1066 assessed at 1 hide, (120 acres) which Hugh held of him. Three were held by sergeants of the king: Ralph de Halvile held 3 hides a(360 acres) nd 1½ yardland, Robert son of Ralph held 1 hide and 2½ yardlands, and Richard Sturmy held 1 hide. In 1066 Ralph de Halvile's undertenants were Alwin, Alwold, Lewin, and Celestan; Robert's land was then held by Ulmar. Of those estates only Richard's can be identified with a later one.
De Hauville
Johannes
n/a
Germany
1150-1200
Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchen Lexikon (BBKL)
This document is in German Language: The Title is "Biographic and Bibliographic Church Dictionary". It specifies that John de Altaville, John de Auville are both in fact John de HAUVILLE
1.Johannes von Auville siehe (voir) von Hauville 2. Johannes von Alttavilla siehe (voir) von Hauville 3. Johannes von Hauville
De Hauville
Sir Ralph
n/a
County of Cambridge
1188
A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 2 Pages 258-59
http://www.british-history.ac.uk
Sir Ralph de Hauvill who held Dunton, with Doughton and Kettleston, in Norfolk by the serjeantry of keeping two of the king's falcons, and had land in Upwell in the Liberty of St. Etheldreda. The manor of the Bishops of Ely in Upwell extended into Outwell in Norfolk and adjoined the de Hauvill land which was also on both sides of the river, the Cambridgeshire part being at once within the Isle of Ely and in the Norwich deanery of Fordham.
De Hauville
Walter
n/a
Oxford County, England
1219
History of the County of Oxford, Vol. 12. Wooton Hundered South including Woodstock. Pages 20-22rance
http://www.british-history.ac.uk
Walter de Hauvill held it of the gift of Richard I by serjeanty of looking after the king's birds or falcons, and he was succeeded by his nephew Geoffrey de Hauvill.
De Hauvill
Geoffrey
1219
Oxford County, England
1219
Nephew of Walter
http://www.british-history.ac.uk
Geoffrey died 1242
Of Hauville
John
n/a
Hauville, Normandy, France
1224
The Poems of Walter of Wimborne. Edited by A.G. Rigg. Studies and Texts 42. 1978; xii, 349 pp. Paperbound. ISBN 0–88844–042–1.
He uses a wide range of classical and medieval literary sources, including Horace, Juvenal, Valerius, Maximus, Solinus, Isidore, John of Hoveden, John of Hauville, and Richard of St. Laurence
The arrival of the Franciscans in England in 1224 produced a new intellectual and literary movement of which Walter of Wimborne is an important but neglected representative. His identity, his dates, and the canon of his works have been obscured by a series of errors by the early antiquarians, but can be recovered mainly from internal evidence.
De Hauville
Gilbert
n/a
County, Leicestershire, England
1235
A history of the County of Leicestershire: Vol.5
http://www.british-history.ac.uk
Pipewell Abbey (Northants.) held a small amount of property in Holyoaks, perhaps granted by Gilbert de Hauville who gave them a virgate in Stoke Dry in respect of the dues from which they paid him 2s. a year in 1235-53. In 1535 this property was valued at 2s. In 1543 it formed part of the grant to Andrews and Temple and it passed by 1547 to Kenelm Digby. Thereafter it descended with the principal estate.
De Hauville
William
n/a
Halshayne
1238
.
http://www.british-history.ac.uk
William de Hauville lived at Halshayne in 1238
De Hoville
Sir Thomas
1265
Raynham, Norfolk, England
1265
CD Rom #367, Noble British Families
http://www.genealogy.com
Sir Thomas De Hoville was the father of Elizabeth de Hoville
De Hauville
Thomas
n/a
Raynham, Norfolkshire, U.K.
1272
Raynham, Norfolkshire, U.K.
Augustus Jessop, Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation PMB 113, 1739 University Ave. Oxford, MS 38655 / USA
On another occasion there was a fierce riot at Raynham. There the manor had become divided into three portions, as we have seen was the case at Rougham. One Thomas de Hauville had one portion, and Thomas de Ingoldesthorp and Robert de Scales held the other two portions.
De Hauville
Simon
n/a
Published in the London Eyre00's700's
1276
Crown Pleas:48 Henry III, The London Eyr
http://www.british-history.ac.uk
....Simon de Hauville killed John de Chesterhunte. King Henry pardoned him for this breach of peace.....
De Hauville
Ellis
n/a
Westminister Parliament, London, England
1279
THE ORIGINAL RECORDS Chancery: Parliamentary and Council Proceedings 49) File 1, no. 13 The king has committed the business of Zeeland and the others of England to Roger de Mortimer, John de Lovetot, Nicholas of Stapleton and master Henry of Newark to hear and determine.
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[Commission to justices of King's Bench to hear and determine complaints against Ellis de Hauville]. 16. Ralph de Hengham and his colleagues are to hear and determine the complaints against Ellis de Hauville. [Authorization for payment of annual fees in the exchequer to the abbess of Fontévrault and the Carthusians].
De Hauville
Ralph
n/a
Walkern County of Herford
1281
History of County of Herford: Vol.3 (1912) pages 151-58
http://www.british-history.ac.uk
In 1281 John granted to Ralph de Hauville, for his service and for 100 marks, 14 acres of the demesne land 'lying between the croft that belonged to Warin de Waukre and the Greneweye and the Heldeburweye,
De Hauville
Thomas
n/a
A history of the County of Buckingham: Volume 3
1286

Parishes: Chesham Bois
http://www.british-history.ac.uk
and died in the same year, leaving a son William, aged three, during whose minority Thomas de Hauville was appointed guardian. William Brianzon died without issue about 1310, and was succeeded by his brother John, who died shortly afterwards in 1316
De Hauville
John
n/a
"Houses of Knights Templar's Preceptory of DenneyCounty, Cambridgeshire"
1286-1309
Fifteen Templar's in all were arrested in Cambridgeshire. They were confined at Cambridge Castle in charge of the sheriff until 30 September 1309
http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid= 40006&strquery=hauville#n30#n30
William de Chesterton and William de Welles were old and infirm, John de Hauville was insane, and William de Scotho had been preceptor in 1286
De Townshend
Ludovic
1290
Normandy, France
1290
CD Rom #367, Noble British Families
http://www.genealogy.com
Ludoviv (Townshend) was born in Normandy France. He married Elizabeth de Hoville
De Hoville
Elizabeth
1292
Raynham, Norfolk, England
1292
CD Rom #367, Noble British Families
http://www.genealogy.com
Elizabeth De Hoville (Daughter of Sir Thomas) married Lodovic a Norman, which had assumed the name of Townshend and she so became the "Marquees of Townshend"
De Hauville
Thomas
n/a
Edwards Army in Scotland
1296
Miscellany of the Scottish History Society Vol. XI
Scottish History Society
Thomas de Hauville was probably one of the Sergeants of King Edward
De Hauville
Elias
n/a
Manor of Shelswells
1297
C.P. Addition: Alice de Armenters, wife of Gerard de Lisle and Nicholas de Segrave
http://www.a2a.org.uk/search/index.asp
The manor was held by Amicia, daughter and heir of Nicholas of Weston (date 1281); she married first Elias de Hauville (date 1297), and secondly, in or before 1300, Sir Henry Mauleverer, and in July 1316 'Anna', late the wife of Elias de Hauville
De Hoville
Geoffrey
n/a
Headley Hampshire, England
Prior to 1314
Headley, The Story of a Hampshire Parish, 1066-1966' by J.S. Tudor Jones (1966)
http://www.johnowensmith.co.uk/headley/index.htm

The curtain now closes on the parish for more than 100 years [but see entries in Winchester Pipe Rolls from 1210] and it is not till 1314 that the name of the first recorded Rector appears. He was Geoffrey de Hoville, and he was succeeded in that year by WALTER DE BROLNESBOURNE. Presumably GEoffrrey was a Prior of Merton: at any rate his successor was presented to the living by the Priory, who remained patrons till the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1538.
De Hauville
Paulinos
n/a
County of Oxford, England
Nov.15th.1323

Calendar of the Patent Rolls, Edward II vol.4 1321-1324 Page 353
Pardon to Paulinus de Hauville of his outlawry in the county of Oxford for not appearing before John de Foxleye and his fellows, justices of assize in the said county, on a plea of disseisin brought against him by Richard de Cornubia, clerk, touching a tenement in Shaldeswall.
Hovill (Hovell)
Lydia
n/a
Moulton, Suffolk, England
1586-1651
Moody Family History
http://familysearch.org
Wife of Georges Moody
Hovill
Hannah
1624
Suffolk, England
1645
Married John Wilkinson
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Marriage
Hovill
Sir Richard
n/a
.
1643
A brief and true Relation of the Siege and Surrendering of Kings Lyn to the Earle of Manchester
British Library, Thomason Tract, TT E67(28)

Printed tract reporting the important surrender of King's Lynn to the parliamentarian Earl of Manchester
Hovill
Ann
1670
Cambridge, England
29.05.1670
Father is Rob Hovill
http://familysearch.org
Date of Baptism
Hoville
William
1699
Norwich, Norfolk, England
1670
From "Family History" of Notable British Families, Family Archive #367
Father of "Thomas De Hoville"
Hovill
Alice
1672
Cambridge, England
03.02.1672
Father is Richard Hovill mothers name is Margaret
http://familysearch.org
Date of Batism
Hoville
Ann
1675
Norwich, Norfolk, England
1675
From "Family History" of Notable British Families, Family Archive #367
Mother of "Thomas De Hoville"
Hovill
Ann
1684
Cambridge, England
20.05.1684
Father is Thomas Hovil and mothers name is Dorothy
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Date of Batism
Hovil
Ann
1698
Norfolk, England
06.09.1698
Father is John Hovil
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Date of Batism
De Hoville
Thomas
1699
Norwich, Norfolk, England
1699
Norwich, Norfolk, England Christening on Feb.5.1700

From "Family History" of Notable British Families, Family Archive #367
Christening (Baptisme) in Saint Stephens Church in Norwich, Norfolk, England.
Hovill
Ann
1702
Cambridge. England
27.12.1702
Father John Hovill, mothers name is Sarah
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Date of Batism
Hovill
John
n/a
.
1704
Reference CCCC09/22/8/1-11 (former reference: XXII 8.1-11)
Scottish History Society
Lease to William Wybrow and John Hovill of ten and a half acres of fen now occupied by Henry Muggleton. Creator: Elizabeth Dickenson and Robert Utber.
Hovill
Ann
1705
Norfolk, England
10.06.1705
Father William Hovil
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Date of Batism
Hovile
George
n/a
Prince William County, Scotland

1753
Miscellany of the Scottish History Society Vol. XI

Scottish History Society
On 25 Jun 1753 Appraisers appointed by Prince William County, John Wright, George Hovile, John Ambrose and John Crump. Estate Appraisal on 26 Mar 1754 Inventory and appraisement of estate recorded PWC. Estate Account on 31 May 1754 Additional estate inventory recorded in PWC.
Hovell
Anne
.
Denver
1761
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovell
William
.
Downham Market
1761
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovel
Rasberry
.
Downham Market
1766
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovell
Geofrey
.
Denver
1772
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Cerificat
Hoville
William
n/a
THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS ON THE KING's Commission of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery for the CITY of LONDON; AND ALSO The Gaol Delivery for the County of Middlesex; HELD AT JUSTICE HALL in the OLD BAILEY, On Wednesday the 23d of FEBRUARY 1785, and the following Days
1785
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey 23rd February, 1785 Being the THIRD SESSION in the Mayoralty of The Right Hon. RICHARD CLARK , LORD MAYOR OF THE CITY OF LONDON.
http://www.oldbaileyonline.org/html_sessions/T17850223.html
WILLIAM HOVILLE sworn. I know the prisoner, I was servant to the prosecutor, I gave the prisoner a hat that the prosecutor gave me last April. Did you at any time hear the prosecutor say his wife had made him do wrong? - He said that if he had done wrong it was through his wife.
Hovell
James
n/a . 1786
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovell Elizabeth n/a . 1787
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovell William n/a . 1787
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovels William n/a . 1791
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovell Mary n/a . 1791
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovil John n/a . 1794
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovil Mary n/a . 1795
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovell Sarah n/a . 1797
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovell Thomas n/a . 1799
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovill Sarah n/a . 1801
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovill Ann n/a . 1810
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovell Hannah n/a . 1811
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovell
Thomas n/a . 1811
Moulton Suffolk, England
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Marriage Certificat
Hovill
Hugh
n/a
Dublin, Ireland
1818
Registry of Deeds, Dublin, Book 725 p.508 mem.495443, Roberts to Richards, registered 21 March 1818
.
All that and those the Manor town and lands of Middleton, Ballintra, Glinn, Ballybracken, Knockroe, Seafield and Grass Park by whatever denomination called or known as then in the possession of Wm Masterton, Henry Richards Senr, Edward Richards, David Brownrigg, Hugh Hovill Farmer,
Hovill
Sarah
1822
St.Faith District
1822
Norfolk, St.Faiths District, Sprowston, Baptism (Parish Register)
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Birth Certificat
Hovill
Robert 1823
St.Faiths District
1823
Norfolk, St.Faiths District, Sprowston, Baptism (Parish Register)
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Birth Certificat
Hovil (TA)
Maria Leonarda
1831
Yucatan, Mexico
16.04.1831
Father Vicente & Mother Maria Juliana Hovil
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Hovile
Charlotte
1837
New Jersey, USA
01.09.1837
.
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Date of Birth
Hovil
Ada Augusta
1837
Surrey, England
04.10.1837
Father John Samuel Hovil, mothers name is Mary
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Date of Batism
Hovele
Elizabeth
1840
England
.
Father John Hovele
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Date of Birth
Hovelle
William Alfred
1865
Ireland
01.02.1865
Mother Catherine Hovelle
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Hoville-Hauville
John (Philippe)
1841
Bungendore, Australia
1865

174 miles South of Sydney

Queanbeyan Age and General Advertizers (NSW: 1864-1867), Thursday November 16th.1865, Page 2
The Profession of John Hauville-Hoville was Butcher
Hovil
Richard
1928
Born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2006
Wiltshire in the Vicinity of London UK
He has a son Jeremy Hovil living in South Africa and a daughter (Lucie Hovil) in Nepal.
He is a descendant of Raoul de Hauteville
Hovill
P
n/a
Pukehohe, New Zealand
2006
Submission on proposed Franklin District Council Beach Control Bylaw 2006
Internet
Minutes of an extraordinary meeting of the Granklin District Council held in the Council Chambers, Manukau Road, Pukekohe, New Zealand on Wednesday 22nd of March 2006 commencing at 10:02 a.m.
"VOM HOVELL" is a typical Huguenot surname and the surname "HOVELLE" is found in Germany, France and England between 1654 and 1800


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