Tuesday, June 14, 2011

ROBERT HYDE 1522-1571

[Ancestral Link: Harold William Miller, son of Edward Emerson Miller, son of Anna Hull (Miller), daughter of William Hull, son of Anna Hyde (Hull), daughter of Uriah Hyde, son of Ezra Hyde, son of William Hyde, son of Samuel Hyde, son of William Hyde, son of Robert Hyde, son of Robert Hyde.]

Hyde Hall

Stockport Chesire

Stockport Chesire Hyde

Hyde Coat of Arms

Hyde Hall - Denton Lancashire
1921, Denton, Lancashire, England
The Hyde family home in Denton as it looked in 1927.
Most of the family moved either to what is now the town of Hyde, or to the United States.

Robert HYDERobert HYDE was born in 1522 in Norbury, Cheshire, England. He died in 1571 in Hyde Hall, Norbury, Cheshire. In 1531, Robert was heir of his grandfather, also Robert Hyde, as his father had died before his grandfather.

The township of Hyde in modern Tamesidede Hyde (or Mathaeus de Hide) whose son Robert acquired the title Robert de Norbury from King Edward II, as well as Lordship of the Manors of Hyde and Newton in Cheshire, Shalcross in Derbyshire and of Halghton in Lancashire. The family is related by ancestry to the Hydes of Wiltshire at Tisbury and West Hatch and to Edward Hyde, the Earl of Clarendon. The Hydes (or Hides) held estates at one time comprised of one hundred and ninety one acres. Their county seat was at Hyde Hall, a sixteenth century building, much altered in subsequent centuries by brick face work. Probably the most famous member of the Hyde family was Anne, wife to King James II and mother of Queen Anne.

The image attached is a print of Hyde Hall, Cheshire, as it appeared in 1795.

Robert HYDE and Jane DAVENPORT were married about 1542.
found on ancestry.com

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