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Sunday, May 23, 2010

Sir Richard de Byngham & Anabilla ?

624872. Sir Richard de Byngham & 624873. Anabilla ?

~1305, Richard Byngham born in England, s/o 1249744. Sir Richard de Byngham & 1249745. Alice Bertram.

~1305, Anabilla born in England.

5/10/1307, Gift by dominus Richard de Bingham to his son Richard of all his (specified) messuages, lands, etc. in Boythorp' [Derbyshire] with all rents, services, etc., appertaining to them, for term of the latter's life; rent, during the grantor's life 9 marcs p.a., and after his death a rose leaf to his heirs; with reversion to the grantor's heirs after the grantee's death. Seal, heral. (S) UKNA. [Richard born out of wedlock.]

1311, Richard’s father died, his older brother William succeeding.

12/21/1323 at Crophull. Essoins. Essonr: Bartholomew de Cotegrave - aff. Richard de Byngham pl v Richard de Leyk. Plea: detinue of a bow (arce). Anabilla wife of the same Richard de Byngham v the same. (S) Nottingham Archives, CA 1258B.

1/4/1324, Crophull. Essoins. Richard de Byngham, offered by attorney, complains of Richard de Leyk, adjudged the withernam (le wythername). Plea: caption of chattels. Plgs pros and of the return made if he should be adjudged. (S) Nottingham Archives, CA 1258B. [Another associated entry the same year.]

~1325, Richard married Anabilla.

1/24/1327, Edward III succeeded Edward II as King of England.

3/8/1327, IPM of Henry de Notingham at Nottingham: A capital messuage, land, and rent (extent given), held of the heirs of Richard de Byngham by knight’s service. (S) IsPM, Eward III, File 2.

11/23/1337, Roger de Whatton of Kercelston sold Richard, son of Sir Richard de Byngham a toft … and common pasture in Car Colston … (S) UKNA.

1348-49, “between William de Byngham, Chr. Quer., and Roger de Eyncourt, and Matilda his wife, … settled on the said William, and the Heir males of his body; remainder to Richard, brother to the said William, and his …”

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, France about a fourth.]

Child of Richard and Anabilla:

i. Thomas de Byngham (312436), born ~1330 in England.