Huntingfield of Suffolk, England
Walter de Caen b abt 1070. The identity of his wife is undetermined.
Children of Walter de Caen were:
Child of Roger de Huntingfield and Emma de Craon was:
Roger de Huntingfield [b] b abt 1148, of Suffolk, England, d 1204. He md Alice de Senlis abt 1166, daughter of Saher de Quincy and Maud de St. Liz.
Child of William de Huntingfield and Isabel Fitz Roger was:
Sir Roger de Huntingfield [e] b abt 1200, of Huntingfield, Suffolk, England, d abt 10 Jul 1257. He md  Joan de Hobrugge 1236, daughter of William de Hobrugge and Agnes Picot. She was b abt 1216, of Hobridge, Essex, England, d abt 7 Sep 1297.
Sir William de Huntingfield [f] b 24 Aug 1237, of Huntingfield, Suffolk, England, d bef 2 Nov 1290. He md Emma de Grey abt 1255, daughter of Sir John de Grey and Emma de Glanville.
Sir Roger de Huntingfield [g] b abt 1258, of Huntingfield, Suffolk, England, d 20 Nov 1302. He md Joyce Engaine abt 1277, daughter of Sir John Engaine and Joan de Greinville.
a. He founded the Cluniac Priory of Mendham in Suffolk.
b. In 1199, he gave 200 marks for 15 librates of land of the Honour of Lancaster in Norfolk and Suffolk. He and his wife, Alice de Senlis, are stated to have died in the same year.
c. He was Keeper of Dover Castle, and was one of five wardens of the ports of Suffolk and Norfolk 1210-1212. In 1215, he was one of the chief barons involved in obtaining Magna Carta, and was one of the 25 chosen to maintain its observance. He was among those excommunicated by the Pope, and with others, overran Essex and Suffolk, but the King then did the same in Norfolk and Suffolk, William's estates being among those devastated, and his castle at Frampton in Lincolnshire seized and committed to Nicholas de Hay. He fought at Lincoln 20 May 1217 and was taken prisoner by the King's forces.
d. Styled Isabel de Gressinghall, she was previously married to Osmund de Stuteville.
e. He gave 100 marks for livery of his inheritance in Jan 1220/21. In 1229 and 1230 he had letters of protection on going with the King on foreign service, and on 14 Apr 1253 he and his heirs had a grant of free warren in all their demesne lands in co.s Norfolk, Suffolk, Lincoln, and Cambridge. He died in or before 10 Jul 1257. Joan de Hobrugge, his second wife, died on or before 7 Sep 1297.
f. In Oct 1257, his mother Joan purchased the wardship of his lands. She was evidently "aggrieved with debt" and in 1258, by notice of the King, the tenants of Roger de Huntingfield, deceased, were requested to "make a competent aid to Joan, late his wife". Roger took part against the King in the Barons War, but was pardoned in Jul 1267. He was summoned for military service from 6 Mar 1263/64 to 14 Jun 1287, and to attend the King at Shrewsbury 28 Jun 1283. He married Emma, daughter of John de Grey by his first wife, Emma, daughter of Geoffrey de Glanville and sister and coheir of another Geoffrey de Glanville. She predeceased him.
g. He did homage to Edmund, Earl of Lancaster, and had livery of his inheritance 8 Jan 1290/91, and on 28 Nov 1297 he had livery of the inheritance of his grandmother, Joan. He was summoned for military service from 14 Jun 1294 to 12 Mar 1300/01, and to attend the King wherever he might be 8 Jun 1294, and to attend the King at Salisbury 26 Jan 1296/97. He married Joice, daughter and heir of Sir John d'Engaine of Laxton, Pythchley, etc., by Joan daughter and heir of SIr Gilbert de Greinville of Hallaton. He was living 28 Oct 1302, but was deceased before 5 Dec 1302; the inq. p.m. of his grandson, Roger, gave his death as 20 Nov 1302. His wife survived him.
CP: Vol VI[664-666, 671(Note A)], AR: Line 187[1-6]. Joan Hobrugg's mother from a post by Douglas Richardson.
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