~1330, Adam born in Thorp, Yorkshire, England, s/o 312424. Sir William de Thorp & 312425. Margaret ?.
Aft. 10/8/1350, Adam’s father died.
7/2/1351, To Adam de Thorp. Reservation of a benefice, value 40 marks with cure of souls, or 30 without, in the gift of the archbishop of York. (S) Cal. of Papal Reg., V3, 1897, 208.
1364-66, Adam de Thorpe claimed prebendary of North Newbald, York. (S) Fasti Ecclesiae, V6, 1963.
1372, Thos. Symound, vicar of Thorp, John de Fenton, chaplain; to Adam, son of Wm. De Thorp, and wife Katherine, in tail manor of Thorpe and appurtenances there and in Stoke, Eyleston and Newerk.
2/16/1379, John de Harum rector of Sudburgh … to Adam de Thorp, son of Sir William de Thorp by Newerk knight, Katherine his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to Adam's right heirs. Charter of a moiety of the manor of Merflete co. York. Witnesses: Simon de Leek, Hugh de Hosee, John Bosoun knights, … (S) CCRs.
1384, Adam died; buried in Thorp church, “Ccce magifier Adam de Thorpe, jacet hic tumulatus …” (S) History and Antiquities of the City of York, Book II, by Francis Drake, 1786, P500.
10/15/1384, Adam’s will proved. (S) See 1384.
1400, Katherine widow of Adam Thorp … to Hugh de Thorp her son, manor …
Child of Adam and Katherine:
i. Ellen de Thorpe (312433), born ~1365 in Yorkshire, England.
ii. Hugh de Thorpe (78106), born ~1375 in Yorkshire, England.