HEOSE (HESE), Thomas, of Marlborough, Wilts.
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Family and Education
m. by 1398, Joan wid. of Robert atte Rook of Winchester, Hants.1
Mayor, Marlborough Mich. 1402-3.2
By November 1388 Heose possessed, at Marlborough, a butcher’s stall and a fishmonger’s stall, both of which he was to convey in December 1397 to Thomas Calston* and others. Through marriage he acquired a tenement in Wongar Street, Winchester, and another with a garden in Tanner Street in the same city. He evidently traded, if only on a small scale, elsewhere, because in 1410 a Bristol man was pardoned his outlawry for not appearing in court when sued by him for a debt of £2. At his election to the Parliament of 1406 his surety for attendance was William Alcliff*. In April 1414 he himself undertook the same responsibilities on behalf of Thomas Hathaway.3