Hamo Pincerna 1
- Marriage (1): Maud Brussel
Another name for Hamo was Hamo Pincerna.
From http://cybergata.com/roots/3949.htm :
Hamo Pincerna, married Maud, daughter of Richard Bussel. Second Baron of Penwortham, in Lancashire. At this marriage her father gave Hamo the Manor of Hocton. It was this township of Hocton that came into the possession of the Hocton or Houghton family, as it was afterward spelled. Some genealogists trace the descent back through Maud, wife of Hamo Pincerna, to her father, Richard Bussell. Others give it as Warren Bussell, and her grandfather Roger de Busti (Bussell), joint Lord of Blackburn in the time of William the Conquerquer, 1066. The manor of Hocton, from which the family took its name, came into possession in the third generation from the coming of the original progenitor into England.
children of Hamon and Maud were:
William de Hocton, who married in 1140, the widow of Geoffry de Favarre, and gave ten marks of gold that he might have the use of her lands, and the custody of her son until he might be knighted and afterward he might hold the land of said son, William.
Richard, No further records.
Roger, married a daughter of Hugh Bussell.
~The Houghton Genealogy, pp. 20-21
Hamo married Maud Brussel.