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  1. 26 de abr. de 2022 · Birthplace: Litcham, Norfolk, England. Death: November 22, 1410 (74-75) Wartling, Hailsham, Sussex, England. Place of Burial: Mulbarton, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom. Immediate Family: Son of Sir Thomas of Hoo, Lord of Luton Hoo and Baroness Isabel de St. Leger.

  2. Sir William Hoo (1335–1410), son of Thomas Hoo and Isabel St Leger, married firstly Alice de St Omer (d.1375), a daughter and co-heiress of Thomas de St Omer (d.1364) of Mulbarton, near Norwich, in Norfolk, a Justice and Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, by his first wife Petronilla (or Pernell) Malemayns, a daughter of Sir Nicholas de ...

  3. When William Hoo was born in 1342, in Litcham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, his father, Sir Thomas de Hoo, was 28 and his mother, Isabel de St Leger, was 22. He married Alice de Saint Omer about 1364, in Hertfordshire, England. They were the parents of at least 3 sons and 2 daughters.

    • Male
    • Eleanor Wingfield, Alice de Saint Omer
  4. 2 de abr. de 2022 · Sir William de Hoo was the second-born son of Sir Thomas de Hoo and Isabel de St Leger. Sir Thomas married Isabel before 16 June 1335, when she was 15 years of age. Given one brother born before him, William was probably born about 1340 or earlier. William's brothers were: Thomas, Robert, and John.

    • Male
    • Alice (St Omer) Hoo, Eleanor Wingfield
  5. Sir William Hoo was born in the year 1342 in Litcham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, son of Thomas Lutton Hoo and Isabel de St. Leger., they gave birth to 1 child. He died on November 22, 1410 in Wartling, Sussex, England, United Kingdom. This information is part of Our Famous and Royal Family Tree by Karen Showell on Genealogy Online.

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    • Alice de St Omer, Alice de St
    • England
  6. Sir William Hoo added to heraldic glass which they placed in the chancel windows, and (after a second marriage) was buried there beside Alice. His grandson Thomas Hoo, Baron Hoo and Hastings (c. 1396–1455) bore the St Omer arms quartered with Hoo. Beaupré