526404. John De Eyton
Domesday Book (Penguin Classic): A Complete Translation (Penguin Classics)
~1370, John born in England.
1394, John the Sheriff of Shropshire.
• The Family of Eyton, were living at a very early period at Eyton on the Wyldmores, and are presumed from their Armorial Bearings, to have been of the early Vassals of Pantule. At the time of the Domesday Book survey, the first named of this Pedigree is Robert De Eyton, who witnessed a grant to Robert Corbet to the Abbey of Shrewsbury, together with William, Alan, and Hugh, sons of Hugh Pantule, and granted himself the Religious House, the lands of Buttery, during the Reign of Henry II. The 9th in descent from Robert was John De Eyton.
Child of John and ?:
i. Henery Eyton (263202), born ~1400 in Gloucester, England.