~1330, Thomas born in England.
1348, The Black Death entered the west countryside of England [likely entering through Bristol].
10/25/1354 at Lacock, Indented lease by Matilda [de Montfort], abbess of Lacock, and the convent, to Thomas atte Ford and Margaret his wife, of one messuage with curtilage in Church Street in Calne, [Wiltshire], to hold for term of their lives, paying an annual rent of 2s to the abbey and 6d to the rector of the church of Calne. (S) UKNA.
1371, “Charter of John Solne, … Wit., … Thomas Hungerford, … Thos. Atte Forde. … Dated Bradford, Sunday, Feast of St. Margaret the Virgin”.
1381, “Charter of Thomas Atte Forde, granting to John Aldeburgh, … Dated Bradford”.
1390, “Quitclaim from John Videln to Thos. Atte Forde ; of 24 acres in La Lyghe in Parish Bradford ; which J. V. and John Aldeburgh late Parson of Combe Hawey had of the gift of Thos. … Dated Bradford, Friday before Feast of St. Nicholas, 14 R. II.”
(S) Bradford-on-Avon, Jones, 1907, PP242-45.
Children of Thomas and Edith:
i. Peter Atte Ford, born ? in England.
ii. Alice Atford (1901057), born ~1365 in England.