Sir Robert de Hastang
- Born: Leamington Hastings, Warwickshire, England
- Marriage: Joan de Curli 141
- Died: After 1265, Leamington Hastings, Warwickshire, England
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Background Information. 814
This family was anciently seated at lemington, in the county of Warwick, thence called Leamington Hastang.
Robert de Hastang, in 41 Henry III, gave a mark in gold for respiting his knighthood. He married Joane, daughter and coheir of William de Curli, and had a son also named Robert.
~Baronia Anglica Concentrata, Vol. I, p. 245
Background Information. 829
Robert de Hastang married Joane, daughter and coheir of William de Curli. For taking part in Montford, Earl of Leicester's rebellion, he had his lands seized and given to Sir James de Aldithley and Sir Hugh de Turbervill. He made restitution by paying a fine under the "Dictum de Kenilworth."
According to Burke, his father was Humphrey Hastang, and his son was also named Robert de Hastang.
~Burke's General and Heraldic Dictiony of Perrage . . ., p. 252
Background Information. 806
Robert de Hastang, had issue, Robert, who had issue, Robert, William and Richard, all knights. The last Robert had issue, John, and John had issue, Cathering, one of his daughters and heirs, who married Raufe, first earl of Stafford.
~ A Survey of Staffordshire: Containing the Antiquities of that County, p.
Background Information. 983
Robert, the son and heir of Humphrey, married Joane, daughter and coheir to William de Curli. In 41 Henry III, he gave a mark, in gold, for respiting his knighthood. He took part in the rebellion with Montfort, Earl of Lycester, and held out the castle of kenilworth, for which his lands were seized. He later made redemption. His son and successor was also named Robert, who in 2 Edward I, was one of the justices for the gaol delivery at Warwick. In 5 Edward II, he had summons to Parliament.
~ Thomas Christopher Banks, The Dormant and Extinct Baronage of England, p. 336
Background Information. 984
Robert Hastang, Lord of la Desiree, was of Leamington Hasting in Warwickshire, son and heir of Robert Hastang of Leamington by Joane, daughter and coheir of William de Curli. Robert was summoned as a baron to Parliament in 1311. His seal was a shield of arms-a chief and a lion with a forked tail over all-between two wyverns.
~ The Ancestor, Vol. VIII, p. 108
Background Information. 141
About 1121-1126, Eutrope Hastang gave to Robert, Bishop of Coventry and his successors a chart granting to St. Oswald Nostell the churches of Chesbsey, Leamington and Newbold, and confirmed the grant of Humphrey, his father, of the mill, etc, of Salford [B.M. cott. MS, Vesp., E xix, fol. 114]. His descendant, Robert Hastang, of Chesbsey and Lemington Hastang, married Joan, daughter and coheir of William de Curli, of Budbrook, etc [Dugdale, Warwickshire, p. 462], and on 20 Mar 1252/3, he and his wife along with Piers de Neville and Piers's wife, Alice, Robert's nieces, granddaughters and heirs of William de Curli, had a confirmation of Budbrook and other lands of the gift of John de Curli to his brother William [Cal. Charter and Fines Roll]. In 1259/60, Robert Hastang and Joan his wife gave to the monks of Bordesley, land in Langley of the grantor's fee which grant had been of William de Curli, confirmed by his son and heir William de Curli.
~Cockayne's Complete Peerage, (Hastang), Vol. VI, pp. 340-341, (Notes)
Robert married Joan de Curli, daughter of William de Curli and Unknown.141 (Joan de Curli died after 1260 in Warwickshire, England 141.)