2954262. John de Berden Esq. & 2954263. Elizabeth Madet
~1320, John Barden born in Yorkshire, England, s/o §§Thomas de Barden & d/o Thomas Thyrkell.
~1320, Elizabeth born in England, d/o §§John Madet Esq. & §§Jane Pycard, heiress & d/o §§John Bycard. (S) Visitation of Yorkshire, Flower, 1881, P324.
~1350, John married 2nd Alice, d/o Thomas de Greystock & Rohese de Clare.
9/6/1375, Grant for life to John de Berden of York of the keeping of the stank of Fosse by York, which was given up by Walter Whithors. (S) CPRs.
1376, John, Mayor of York.
5/1/1376, Order to pay to John de Berden of York the arrears since 6 September last of 6d. a day, and henceforward to pay him that daily sum every year during his life. (S) CCRs.
1376, John de Barden paid 3s. 4d. for fishing rights on part of a moat in York.
1377, Henry Wyman granted proprietorship of an estate at Naburn, near York ... John de Barden one of the grantees. [Likely on Henry’s marriage with Agnes.] (S) Memoirs Ill. Hist. and Co. of York, 1848, P26.
1377, The manor of Hedley held by the priory at York leased for 39 years to John de Berden, citizen of York, at an annual rent of 40s. (S) Hist. of York, V3, 1974, Alien Houses.
7/5/1377, John de Barden on a commission of oyer and terminer on complaint of John de Lokton that a confederated group felled his trees [in York]. (S) CPRs.
7/13/1377, Richard II, age 10, crowned king of England.
7/16/1378, Order to pay to John de Berden of York 6d. a day for life. [Same as the previous grantee for the keeping of the king’s pond of Fosse by York.] (S) CCRs.
8/4/1378 at York, Debtor: Richard Heere of Kingston-on-Hull [E.R., Yorks.]. Creditor: Henry Wyman, merchant [of Yorks]. Amount: £20. Before whom: John de Barden, Mayor of York. (S) UKNA. [Henry Wyman married John’s daughter.]
1/13/1379, Writ to: Sheriff of Yorks. Sent by: John de Barden, Mayor of York; Henry de Axholme, Clerk. (S) UKNA.
5/28/1379, Appoinment of … to repair the king’s stew of Fosse beneath the castle of York and of the mills there, by survey and testimony of the sheriff of York and John de Barden, keeper of the stew. (S) Patent Rolls, Richard II, V1, P354.
8/8/1379, John de Berden on a commission in the city of York to search, examine, and inform themselves by all ways and means whether any persons of the county have by favour or negligence been omitted from the assessment or assessed at a smaller sum than they ought. (S) CFRs.
1381, Peasant Revolt against new Poll tax. [Aka Wat Tyler’s Rebellion, primarily in Essex and Kent.]
3/19/1381, Commission of the peace, and of oyer and terminer to … John Barden, … in the city of York. (S) CPRs.
2/10/1382, John de Berden a mainpernor of Yorkshire for a lease of lands. (S) CCRs.
8/28/1382, To Henry de Percy earl of Northumberland … upon complaint of John de Berden of York … committed a trespass by breaking the complainant's close at Leonardburton, burning his houses, taking and carrying away 24 oxen, 16 kine, 400 sheep price £100 and goods and chattels to the value of £200. (S) CCRs.
Bef. 7/27/1384, John Houston of York stole a horse valued at 20s. from John de Berden of York at Huntyngton. (S) CPRs.
1/10/1387, Commission of peace and oyer and terminer … Thomas Graa, … John de Berden … in the city of York an its suburbs. (S) CPRs.
11/30/1390, Commission to collect in the port of Kyngeston-upon-Hull and all ports and places as far as Grymesby on the one side, and there, and as far as Scardeburgh on the other side the custom and subsidy of wools, hides and woolfells. (S) CFRs.
1/12/1391, Indenture by which Elizabeth Daunay, daughter and heir of John de Neuton of Snayth, in her widowhood grants to Mag. John de Newton, rector ... and John Daunay of Escrik, all right in all the lands ... she holds in the vills of Escrik, Camelesford and Carlton juxta Snayth ; ... Nicholas Rosselyn, brother of William and John Daunay, ... to hold of Elizabeth and her male heirs by Thomas Daunay, her husband, .... Joan de Neuton, mother of grantor ... Witnesses: ... John Berden, Henry Wyman, ... citizens of York, ... (S) Yorkshire Deeds, V9, 2013, P73.
11/24/1392, Commission to John Berden. keeper of the king's water of Fosse, to sell fish of the said water to the value of £40 before Easter next, (provided that sufficient stock for the king remain therein), and to answer at the Exchequer for the moneys forthcoming from such sale. (S) CFRs.
11/26/1392, Appointment of John Berden and William Billyngton to repair the king’s mills below York castle and the stank head of the water Fosse, … with power to arrest and imprison contrariants. (S) CPRs.
2/16/1396, Grant, for their lives in survivorship, to John Berden of York and … of the keepership of the king’s stank of Fosse by the city of York, with the wages of 6d. a day … (S) CPRs.
Bef. 5/19/1396, John died [ … stank of Fosse by York, … John Berden, now deceased. (S) CPRs.]
5/1397, Thomas Gray ... citizens of York, confirm to Alice, who was the wife of John Berden, late citizen of York, all the lordship of Shaddewell ... one tenement upon the Pavement of the city of York ... which Henry Wyman and we have of the gift and feoffment of the said John Burdin, to have and to hold for the term of life of the same Alice, and after the death of the same Alice to remain to Henry Wyman, citizen of York, and to Agnes his wife, and to their heirs of their bodies begotten. And of they died without heir, then to John Daimey and Ellen his wife, another of the daughters, and heir of the said John Berden. (S) Pubs. of the Throesby Society, V1-2, 1891, P5.
9/29/1399, Imprisoned Richard II resigned as king of England, succeeded by King Henry IV.
2/28/1407 at Westminster, License, for 10 marks paid in the hanaper by Richard Gascoigne, Thomas Graa, John Brathwate, Henry Wyman and John Hamerton for them to found a chantry … for the souls of John de Barden, late citizen of York, and Alice his wife … (S) CPRs.
4/30/1410, Release by John Quixlay, citizen of York, ... in Fossegate, York, lying between the lane called Osmondlane to the chiev messuage formerly belonging to John de Barden on one side and the tenement of Henry Wyman ... on the other ... (S) Yorkshire Deeds, V8, 2013, P178. [On the same day, release by ‘Alice widow of John de Barden of the same ... Alice would be about 85 years old.]
(S) Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, V6, 1881, P372.
Child of John and Alice:
i. Agnes Barden (1477131), born ~1345 in England.
ii. Ellen Berden, born ~1350 in England.
Ellen married John Daimey. (S) See 5/1397 record.