born circa 1410
|Father||Richard de Scheladon|
|Children||Richard, William, Thomas, Henry, John|
The little that is known about Hugh is taken either from the Visitation of Derbyshire in 1662 (1), or from J Gardner Bartlett's research (2), I have verified no original sources. However the few sources of Bartlett's that I have verified for later generations appear to be substantively correct.
Hugh was probably born around 1410 in Monyash. He is mentioned in a charter of 1437, but no other reference to him is known. He is claimed to have had a wife called Anne.
Brief details of his children:
[SHELDON OF MONYASH]
18 Martiij 1662
The proofe of the Armes is respited till Easter Terme
Noe proofe made
All this upper part taken out of a Monumentall Inscription in the Chapell of Money-Ash in ye parish of Bakewell
|I.||RICHARD SHELDON has issue|
|II.||HUGH SHELDON mar Anne and had issue|
|1. Richard of whom below (III)|
|2. William; 3. Thomas; 4. Henry; 5. John|
|III.||RICHARD SHELDON mar Joane and had issue|
|IV.||HUGH SHELDON mar Katherine and had issue|
HUGH 2 SHELDON (Richard1), of Monyash, in Bakewell, co Derby, was born about 1410. The name of his wife is unknown. he appears as his father successor in the second generation of the Sheldon pedigree in the Visitation of 1662.
On the feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 15 Henry VI [2 Feb 1436/7], Joha Asshley, chaplain, granted to Thomas Vernon, John Stafford, William de Monyash, Thomas in the Dale, William Perysson, William lee, John Clee, and Hugh de Scheladon, all of Monyash, co Derby, a toft and barn in Monyash. (Herleian Charters, 83, D. 13.)
i. RICHARD, b about 1440.