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  1. 11/05/2021 · About Hugh le Despencer, 2nd Baron le Despencer. Hugh le Despencer (1308 – 1349) was the eldest son and heir of Hugh the younger Despenser, son of Hugh the elder Despenser. His father and grandfather both were executed in 1326. His mother was Alianore de Clare, daughter of Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Hertford.

    • 1308
    • February 08, 1349 (40-41)England
    • Stoke, Gloucestershire, England
  2. Hugh le Despenser, sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England. He was created a baron in 1295 and Earl of Winchester in 1322. One day after being captured by forces loyal to Sir Roger Mortimer and Edward’s wife, Queen Isabella, who were leading a rebellion against Edward, he was hanged and then beheaded.

  3. Biography. Hugh le Despenser, 2nd Baron le Despencer, was born circa 1308 in Stoke Orchard, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom to Hugh le Despenser, 1st Baron le Despenser (c1286-1326) and Eleanor de Clare (1292-1337) and died 8 February 1349 of unspecified causes. He married Elizabeth Montagu (-1359) 27 April 1341 JL .

  4. Hugh was summoned as Baron le Despenser on 14 December 1264 and was Chief Justiciar of England and a leader of the baronial party, and so might be deemed a baron, though the legality of that assembly is doubtful. He remained allied with Montfort to the end, and was present at the Battle of Lewes.

  5. Hugh le Despenser, 1st Baron le Despenser (c. 1308/9 – 8 February 1349), Lord of Glamorgan, was an English peer. Imprisoned as a consequence of his support for deposed king Edward II, he would return to royal favour under Edward III, being made Baron le Despenser in 1338. His title became extinct at his death without issue. Contents 1 Origin

  6. Sir Hugh le Despenser I was a large landowner in Leicestershire, Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, and Rutland. He was appointed High Sheriff of Staffordshire and Shropshire in 1222 and High Sheriff of Berkshire in 1226 and 1238. The first creation was in 1295, when Hugh the elder Despenser was summoned to the Model Parliament.

  7. Sir Hugh le Despenser (died 1238) was a wealthy landowner in the East Midlands of England, and served as High Sheriff of Berkshire. Among his descendants were the infamous Despensers who became favourites of King Edward II. Origins. He was the son of Thomas Despencer and Rohese de Foix, daughter of Roger-Bernard I, Count of Foix.