~1247, John born in England, s/o §John de Pabbeham.
John’s father died.
4/12/1269, IPM: John de Pabbeham alias Pabenham. John de Pabeham his son of full age. Bedford. Wylden manor held of the king in chief by service of ¼ knight’s fee. Carleton. A messuage, … by 1/16 knight’s fee ... held of Ralph Meryn by free marriage. Pabenham. A messuage … and Hynewyk manor … both held of William de Bello Campo … service of ¼ knight’s fee. (S) CIsPM, 1904, P220.
1/24/1277, Protection, until Midsummer, for the following going to Wales on the king’s service … John de Pabenham. (S) CPRs.
1284, John de Pabenham held land in Hinwick, Wahull of ¼ knight’s fee. (S) Honors and Knights’ Fees, Farrer, 1923, P71.
~1285, Elizabeth born in England, d/o 11820498. Nicholas de Criol & 11820499. Margery de Pecche.
1290, John de Pabenham of Pabenham and Fletemarston the sheriff of Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire.
1295, John de Pabenham, as a baron, summoned to give their attendance at a great council, to meet at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. (S) Baronia Anglica Concentrata, V2.
6/13/1300, Licence … 100s made by John de Pabenham … to grant for life, to Athelina de Pabenham, his daughter, the manor of Carleton, co. Bedford, … he holds … knight’s fee, … (S) CPRs.
10/12/1303, Elizabeth’s father Nicholas died.
5/1304-5/1305, agreements between Margery Criol and John and Elizabeth Pabenham respecting land in Hinwick and Harrold, Bedfordshire, settled on John and Elizabeth.
2/25/1308 at Westminster, John de Pabenham senior and junior attended the coronation of King Edward II.
John [apparently] married 2nd Elizabeth [having a son John by a previous marriage. Or there could be a generation missing.]
9/3/1312, Licence for John de Pabenham the elder to enclose and empark his woods at Harewold, Carleton, and Wylden, co. Bedford, … (S) CPRs. [1300, Carleton granted to Althelina. 1348, John de Pabenham died leaving Carlton to his brother James. (S) History of Bedford, V3, 1912.]
10/15/1312, John assigned to a commission of oyer & terminer. (S) CPRs.
1313, John de Pabenham, sheriff of the counties of Bedford and Buckingham.
1313, Richard son and heir of Sir John de Clifford surrendered to Margery Criol and her co-heirs Elizabeth, wife of Sir John Pabenham the elder, and Margery Hereward, daughter and heir of Margaret, late the wife of Sir Robert Hereward, all his right to lands in Irchester and neighbouring parishes.
10/24/1314, John de Pabenham, late sheriff of the counties of Bedford and Buckingham. (S) CPRs.
1319, “Sir John de Pavenham, and Elizabeth my daughter his wife” named in her mother’s will.
1319, Because of an invasion by the Scots, William, archbishop of York; John, Treasurer of England; Sir William, Chancellor of England; and Sir John Pabenham, assembled an army of 8000 to repress the enemy. At Milton, on the river Swale, the English having forded the river, the Scots attacked. Over 4000 English were killed. The mayor of York was killed, and John de Pabenham was captured. (S) Topographical History of Norfolk, Blomefield, 1806, P501.
1322, John de Pabenham summoned to parliament. (S) Notitia Parliamentaria, Willis, 1730, P4.
7/2/1323, Commission of oyer … on complaint by Elizabeth, late the wife of John de Pabenham, that John de Pabenham of Wylden, ‘chivaler,’ … [and his sons Simon and John] entered her dwelling place at Wylden, co. Bedford, cut her corn, and carried away other goods, led away 4 horses, a bull and 8 oxen … levied rents and customs due to her from her tenants, and assaulted her servants … (S) CPRs. [1340, Wylden alienated to her son Thomas.]
7/3/1323, Simple protection for one year for Elizabeth late the wife of John de Pabenham. (S) CPRs.
11/16/1324, Commission to … Elizabeth late the wife of John de Pabenham the elder, setting forth that an assize of novel disseisin … Wylden … she had a writing of quit-claim to her of the tenenment made under the seal of the said John de Pabenham, …. (S) CPRs.
2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.
1342, Elizabeth de Pabenham sued for a moiety of the manor of Irchester as her inheritance. This she recovered and settled upon her son Thomas.
1345, On the death of son Thomas, the manor of Irchester was taken into the king’s hands during the minority of his heir; Elizabeth's petition for its restoration to herself being rejected.
(S) Notes and Queries, 1901, P73. (S) Irchester with Knuston and Chester-on-the-Water, A History of the County of Northampton, V4, 1937.
· 12/10/1247, Grant … of the wardship of the land and heirs of John de Pabbeham, tenant in chief … with the marriage of the heirs of Eleanor, late the wife of the said John, who holds of the king in chief of her own inheritiance and has done homage to the king for it. (S) CPRs.
· 1273, Sir John de Pabenham married Joan, d/o Sir James de la Plaunche & Maud de Haversham.
Child of John and Elizabeth:
i. Thomas de Pabenham (2955124), born ~1310 in