*Hugh le Despencer
born 1 March 1236 Winchester, Hampshire, England or Louchborough, Leicestershire, England
died 27 October 1326 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

*Sir Hugh le Despencer
born before 1223 Loughborough, Leicestershire, England
died 4 August 1265 Battle of Evesham, Worcestershire, England
buried Evesham Abbey, Evesham, Worcestersire, England

*Iline (Aliva) (Alice) Bassett Countess of Norfolk
born 1241 Wooten Basset, Wiltshire, England
died before 11 April 1281
married about 1260 Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England

*Eleanor le Despencer born about 1252 Ryhall, Rutland, England
died 30 September 1328 London, Middlesex, England
buried 1 October 1328 Cowick, Devonshire, England
Joan le Despencer born about 1252 Loughborough, Leicestershire, England
Anne le Despencer born about 1248 Loughborough, Leicestershire, England
*Philip Despencer born about 1264? Wooton Basset, Wiltshire, England died 24 September 1313

*Isabel De Beauchamp
born about 1252 Warwick, Warwickshire, England
died about 30 May 1306 Elmley Castle, Worcestershire, England
married before 1286

*Hugh Despencer born (1280?) Barton, Gloucestershire, England
died 24 November 1326 Hereford, Herefordshire, England
buried after 15 December 1330 Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England
Aveline (Oliva) Despencer born about 1266 Southampton, Lincolnshire, England died May 1363
Ada (Elizabeth) Despencer born about 1262 Winchester, Hampshire, England
Eleanor Despencer born about 1268 Winchester, Hampshire, England died after 1351
Isabel le Despencer born about 1270 Winchester, Hampshire, England died 4 December 1334
Joan Despencer born about 1264 Southampton, Lincolnshire, England died before 15 February 1351

biographical and/or anecdotal:
>From Burke's Dormant &Extinct Baronetages 1883/Reprint 1969 p. 166
There is almost a full page, 2 columns on these two.
Hugh Sr got it first.- re consorting with the gay King Edward II
<and the elder Spencer being seized (althought in his ninetieth year), was
brought in chains before the prince and the barons, and received judgment of
death, which was accordingly exceuted, by hanging the culprit upon a gallows
in the sight of the king and of his son, upon St. Dennis's day, in October,
1326. [ 27 Oct 1326 ] It is said by some writers that the body was hung up
with two strong cords for four days, and then cut to pieces, and given to
the dogs. Young Spencer, with the king, effected his escape; but they were
both , soon afterwards, taken and delivered to the queen, when the
unfortunate monarch was consigned to Berkeley Castle, where he was basely
murdered in 1327. Hugh Spencer the younger, it appears was impeached before
parliament, and received sentence <<to be drawn upon a hurdle, with trumps
and trumpets, throughout all the city of Hereford.>> and there to be hanged
and quartered, which sentence was executed on a gallows 50 feet high, upon
St. Andrew's eve, anno 1326 [ 24 Nov 1326 ]. Thus terminated the career of
two of the most celebrated royal favourites in the annals of England. The
younger Hugh was a peer of the realm, as well as his father, having been
summoned to parliament as a baron, from 29 July, 1314, to 10 October, 1325;
under the attainders of the father and son.>

notes or source:
John Young