House of Commons Journal Volume 1 10 March 1576 (This would be nine years before Captain John Huddleston was born) Lady Weyneman, &c. Mr. Doctor Barcley and Mr. Powle do bring from the Lords the Bill touching the Confirmation of an Abitrament to be made between Richard Huddlestone Esquire, and Dame Izabell Weyneman his wife, on the One Part; and Francis Weyneman Gentlemen of the other Part; are sent up to the Lords by Mr. Secretary Smythe and others. (Three times before this Lady Weyneman's Bill was read and she shows up the 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 13 of March 1576) A Sir Rich. Weyneman is admitted to the commons one day and sent to the Tower later and so is a Sir Tho. Weyneman sent to the Tower. House of Commons Journal Volume 1 01 May 1621. -To carry him to the Fleete, and whip him.-And hopeth, upon Search of his papers, to find Matters to hang him. PRO Reference Title/Scope and Content Covering Dates E 115/405/5 Wayneman, Wainman, Waynman, Wenman, Weyneman, [Lady Ann]: Oxford.
William Huddleston, third son of Sir John Huddleston of Millom and Mary Fenwick, married Lady Isabel Neville youngest daughter of Marquess Montague (killed at the battle of Barnet 1471) He lived most of his life, when not fighting in the Wars of the Roses, in Cumberland. He and Isabel had two sons: John born c.1488 d.1530 who eventually inherited Sawston, Cambs. and Richard born. c.1490. William died c.1508, and his widow married 2ndly, Ralph Dacre of Carlisle, and 3rdly. Sir William Smythe/Smith of Elford, by 1511, and other manors in Staffordshire. Isabel d.1516 and is buried at Elford, Staffs. with her last husband. Richard (born c. 1490) married Margery Smythe, his stepsister, who inherited Elford, where apparently they had two daughters, Lucy (born 1540 IGI) who married John Brookes) and possibly Elizabeth who married Bowes. Also a son, Richard who was born at Elford c. 1514 (IGI). It is possible that Lucy was the daughter of this Richard, as there is too long a time gap between the dates. However, Richard (of Elford) married Isabel Williams daughter of John Lord Williams of Thame. So far I have been unable to trace any children of this marriage, and Isabel Williams married 2ndly Sir Richard Wensman (?)of Witney. Be that as it may, I found in the PCC Richard Huddleston Esq. of Thame Park, Oxon, the administration given to Henry Norris Kt. Lord, of Rycote Park, Oxon (near Thame) in 1590 and again 1598. I also found mention of Richard Huddleston "Her Maj, Treasurer of War" in 1586. He could and indeed probably is, the same as Richard Huddleston of Thame. I have not followed up any descendants, but surely there must have been some? Oxfordshire records, Staffordshire records and also Essex would be useful as Radcliffe, was in Essex.