Alice de la Hyde

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Alice de la Hyde, daughter of Robert de la Hyde and Cecily Walerand, died after 1 April 1326.1

Alice married (1) Sir Robert de Everingham, Knt., son of Sir Adam de Everingham, Knt., before 1272;2 she married (2) Sir Thomas de Normanville, Knt., whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here).1

The Complete Peerage gives this evidence for her parentage:
She is called Alice de la Hide in the Close Roll, 15 Edw. I, m. 3. In the Inq. p. m. on John Waleraund (Ch., Edw. It, files I I, 12), and in the Coram Rege Roll, Mich. 3 Edw. II, m. 126, Alice de Everingham occurs as da. and coh. of Cecily, a da. of William Waleraund.

By a fine, levied from St. Michael in fifteen days 7 Edw. I, Walter de la Hyde quitclaimed 62 acres of land, etc., in Eglinton, co. Heretord, to wit whatever Robert de Everingham and Alice his wife formerly held in that vill, to Robert and Alice and the heirs of Alice.

By a fine, levied from St. Hilary in fifteen days 8 Edw. I, the same Robert and Alice conveyed to Walter de Heliun and Alice his wife a moiety of two messuages, &c., in La Hyde and Wodtmanton, co. Hereford, to be held by Walter and Alice and the heirs of Walter, of Robert and Alice and the heirs of Alice (Feet of Fines, case 81, file 18, nos. 33, 37: cj: Close Roll, 7 Edw. I, m. 2 d).

By his charter Robert Walerand granted to Alice de la Hyde the reversion of one-third of the manor of Garthorp, co. Leicester, expectant on the death of Denise, widow of William Gaugy, who held the same in dower. (Ch. Misc. Inq., file 66, no. 14).2

Family 1

Sir Robert de Everingham, Knt. d. bef. 21 Jul 1287

Family 2

Sir Thomas de Normanville, Knt. d. bef. 9 Aug 1295
This person was last edited on25 Dec 2017


  1. [S2054] George Edward Cokayne, The Complete Peerage: Or a History of the House of Lords and All Its Members From the Earliest Times: Revised and Much Enlarged (13 in 14 vols., London, England: The St. Catherine Press, 1910-1940), 5:186 (Everingham), further cited as CP.
  2. [S2054] CP, 5:185-6 (Everingham).