~1330, Thomas Bingham born in Nottingham, England, s/o 624872. Richard de Byngham.
6/1349, The Plague reached Dorset, and had spread across England by the end of 1349. [England would lose about a third of its population.]
~1350, Maud born in Nottingham, England.
1365, 1st record of Thomas de Bingham. (S) Thoroton’s Hist. of Nottingham, V1, 1790, Carcolston.
Aft. 1351, Thomas’ father died.
6/21/1377, Richard II, age 10, succeeded Edward III as King of England.
1379, Thomas on a commission to collect the subsidy in Nottingham and present them to the Exchequer by ‘Midsummer’. (S) CFRs.
7/13/1384, Thomas de Byngham of Kyerkyelston served on the IPM of Thomas Roos of Hamelak.
12/19/1387, Thomas’ cousin Sir Richard de Byngham “held in Kercolston of Thomas de Bingham of Kercolston.”
6/30/1388 at Byngham, Notts., IPM of Richard de Byngham, knight. … yearly rent issuing from a fourth part of a messuage, held of Thomas de Byngham of Kercolston, services unknown … Robert, aged 3 years and more, son of William de Bingham his son, is his next heir. (S) IsPM, Richard II. [The heir of Thomas’ uncle William, the older brother of his father.]
~1390, Thomas of Carcolston, Notts., died.
1392, Maud, the Relict of Thomas de Byngham, of Kercolston, passed her interest in all lands which were of the gift of Robert, Son of John-in-the-Willows [Willoughby] … to Raph, son of Thomas de Byngham.
(S) Antiquities of Notts., V1, 1790, P240.
· 1331, John-in-the-Willughes and wife Anneys, and William his son and heir, conveyed land to Richard de Strouxton, which not long after was of the Binghams.
Children of Thomas and Maud:
i. Ralph Bingham (156218), born ~1370 in Carolton, Nottingham, England.
ii. John Byngham, born ? in England.
John married Margaret Wilford.
3/1416, John represented Nottingham in Parliament.
1420, John represented Nottingham in Parliament.
Bef. 12/1442, John died.
(S) Hist. of Parliament, Roskell, 1993.