2954964. Sir John de Harrington & 2954965. Katherine Banastre
~1310, John de Haryngton born in Aldingham, Lancashire, England, 2nd s/o 5909928. Sir John Harrington & 5909929. Juliana Berlingham.
~1310, Katherine born in England, d/o 5909930. Adam Bannister & 5909931. Margaret Holand.
1/24/1327, Edward III, age 14, succeeded Edward II as King of England.
By 1330, John married Katheine.
1330, Henry de Ferrers claimed the manors of Bolton and Chorley, with exceptions, against John de Harrington the younger and Katherine his wife, Robert de Shireburne and Alice his wife, Robert de Hornclitf and Agnes his wife, and Thomas de Arderne. (S) Hist. of Lancaster, V5, 1911, Great Bolton. [The previous year he had made a claim against Katherine’s mother Margaret.]
4/25/1331, Hugh de Louthre, knight, … nominating … and John de Haveryngton his attorneys in England for two years. (S) CPRs.
1333, John served with his father in Cumberland against the Scots.
1334, John’s older brother Robert died. Robert’s son John his heir.
1336, Katnerine’s widowed sister Agnes settled her 4th of Bolton on Katherine’s children in tail. (S) Hist. of Lancaster, V5, 1911, Great Bolton.
By 1341, John knighted.
1/26/1341, Commission to John de Haveryngton, the younger, knight, … touching the account … mayor and bailiffs of Lancaster … (S) CPRs.
3/13/1342, Order to remove the king's hand from the lands, goods and chattels of John de Haveryngton, the younger, … John de Haveryngton came before the king and council on the said day offering to do what should be enjoined upon him and he asserted upon oath that the writ to himself and the aforesaid collectors had not been delivered to him and that he had not known anything of the said order. (S) CCRs.
1342, Dispute between William de Coucy and William Fowler, defendants, and Sir John de Haveryngton, younger, plaintiff, as to 24 messuages, a mill etc. in the manor of Bethum.
4/8/1343, Release by John de Hoton, knight … Witnesses : John de Haveryngton, the younger, … (S) CCRs.
5/23/1344, Commission of oyer … to John de Haveryngton, the younger, … county of Cumberland … (S) CPRs.
7/2/1347, John heir to his father of Farleton, Lancashire.
1348, The Black Death entered the west countryside of England [likely entering through Bristol].
1349, Sir John de Harrington had licence for 3 years for an oratory in his manor of Farleton.
1351, John de Haveryngton of Farleton, who had held the manor of Farleton of William de Coucy, deceased, and now of the king by cornage, wardship and relief.
1351, John de Haveryngton of Farleton, knt., attests a charter of Robert de Nevill of Hornby, knt.
1/21/1353, John de Haveryngton, ‘chivaler,’ of Farelton staying in England. (S) CPRs.
1354, John de Haryngton of Farleton, chivaler, Robert de Haryngton, James de Pykeryng and many others indicted of hunting in John de Mowbray's free chase at Burton in Lonesdal.
7/1354, Sir William de Ferrers claimed the manors of Bolton and Chorley, with exceptions, against Sir John de Harrington of Farleton and Katherine his wife, Robert son of John de Harrington of Farleton, and Sir Thomas de Arderne, and Thomas de Arderne, each holding a 4th part of the manor of Bolton. Robert de Harrington and Sir Thomas de Arderne had the king's protection, and the trial of their cases had to be deferred. (S) Hist. of Lancaster, V5, 1911, Great Bolton. [See 1330. Sir William filed a claim the following September against Katherine’s mother.]
1355, John de Harrington of Farleton, Katherine his wife and Robert their son were engaged in suits.
5/21/1355, Mandate in pursuance to John de Haveryngton of Farleton, … justices of oyer and terminer. (S) CPRs.
8/1/1359, Sir John died holding the manor of Farleton by the service of a rose yearly and performing suit at the court of Hornby, the manor being held of Robert de Nevill of Hornby by knight's service; and lands and tenements in Heath Charnock held of Sir Richard de Shireburne and John de Arderne by a rent of 2s. yearly and by knight's service. [For date of death see 6/1/1361.]
8/1359, Katherine died, a week after John.
6/1/1361, IPM of John de Harynton of Farleton, knight, and Thomas de Harynton. Westmorland: Farlton in Kendale. The hamlet … includes a close called ‘Ullerfrith’ with a fulling-mill therein … He died on 1 August, 33 Edward III. Robert, his son and heir, held the hamlet and died about the feast of the Purification, 35 Edward III. Since his death the Sir Ralph de Bettham has been in possession. Nicholas de Harynton, son of the said John, aged 16 years, is his heir. York: Dente and Sadbergh. Tenements … Thomas de Harynton held no lands … Lancaster: John de Harynton of Farleton, knight, held the following in right of Katharine his wife, deceased … Burghton. £9 12s. rents … Bolton. 10a. land in the hands of tenants … After the death of John and Katharine Robert, … death in parts beyond seas on Sunday before the Purification, 35 Edward III, … Nicholas de Harynton, son of John and Katharine, aged 16 1/2 years and more, is heir of the same John and Katharine, and also of Robert de Harynton … Chorlegh. £7 18s. 8d. rents … Hethchernok. A water-mill … Leylondshire. A 4th part of the bailiwick … John died on 1 August, 33 Edward III, and Katharine a week later—Robert, their son and heir, then of full age, … his death without heirs of his body … John held jointly with Katharine his wife, also deceased, by gift of John de Harynton of Aldyngham to them and the heirs of their bodies, with reversion to the donor and his heirs, the following:— Farleton in Lonesdale. The manor … by fealty and service of a rose yearly … Wynmerley in Gairstang. A messuage and about 40a. land, … Gersyngham. Tenements worth 5 marks yearly … Since the death of Thomas de Harynton, who died on Monday before the Assumption, 35 Edward III, in parts beyond … Nicholas de Harynton … is heir of John, Katharine and Thomas. (S) CIsPM.
1362, IPM of John de Haryngton of Farleton. John de Haryngton of Farleton, held at his death the hamlet of Farleton in Kendale of Sir Ralph de Bethome by homage and fealty and the service of 26s. 8d. for cornage to the same Ralph at Easter and Michaelmas, and jointly with his wife Katherine, deceased, he held the manor of Farleton in Lonsdale by the gift of John de Haryngton of Aldyngham to them and the heirs of their bodies. Nicholas son of the said John and Katherine is the next heir, aged 16 years. (S) CIsPM.
6/3/1363, Writ for IPM of John de Haveryngton. Lincoln:
(S) Farleton, A Hist. of the Co. of Lancaster: V8, 1914. (S) Farleton, Records of the Barony of Kendale: V2, 1924. (S) Genesis of the White Family, White, 1920, P93.
· Contemporary is John de Haveryngton of Lincoln (d.1363), leaving a son Robert age 6. (S) CIsPM, 6/3/1363.
Children of John and Katherine:
i. Robert de Harrington, born by 1336 in England. [Heir]
[Undated] Petitioners: Robert [de Haryngton (Harrington)], son of John de Harrington … Isabel … Haryngton requests that he be assigned . . . for his sustenance as he is within age and has nothing to live on … (S) UKNA. [Note: Dame Isabel was to be called before the council – which indicates Robert was not present.]
3/28/1356, Robert de Haryngton of Farleton a godfather of Robert son and heir of John de Haryngton [of Aldyngham], knight. (S) CIsPM, Proof of age of Robert son and heir of John de Haryngton, knight, 2/27/1377.
1358, Robert and his brother Thomas summoned to court about land claims. [See 7/1354.]
2/1361, Robert died abroad, brother Thomas his heir.
ii. Thomas de Haryngton, born ? in England.
8/1361, Thomas died abroad. (S) CIsPM.
11/7/1364, Writ of certiorari to the escheator … lands &c. in Wynmerley late of Thomas de Haveryngton, knight, who held of the king … Thomas de Haryngton held no lands … but John de Haryngton of Farleton, who died … held … of the king in chief, as of the manor of Wyresdale … taken into the king’s hand by William de Nessefeld, escheator, by reason of the minority of Nicholas son and heir of the same John … Nicholas is … brother and heir of the said Thomas de Haryngton.
iii. Nicholas Harrington (1477482), born 1345 in England.
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