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Adam born in England, s/o §Thomas de Periton.
1213, Thomas de Peritone built an oratory in Purton [a private chapel]. (S) Wiltshire Notes and Queries, V1, 1896.
1213-20, Grant by William, the prior, and the canons of Blakemore. … Witnesses:- Sir Fulk Basset, provost of Beverley, Sir John de Sanford, Sir Thomas Basset, and Sir Warin, brothers, Sir Adam de Periton, …, Gilbert de Sanford. (S) UKNA.
1219, The manor of Oxhill passed to Thomas de Periton on the death of Thomas’ uncle Engelin de Dumart, s/o Emma, d/o Engelram de Dumart. (S) History of Oxhill.
Adam’s father died.
10/22/1227, The king has taken the homage of Adam de Periton’ for the lands that Thomas de Periton’, his father, held in chief in Oxhill and that fall to Adam by hereditary right. Order that, having accepted security from Adam for 7½ m. … (S) FRsHIII. “Dominus rex de fine xij m. et dimidie, quen Adam de Periton’ fecit … Thome de Periton’ patris …”.
3/30/1228, The king has granted to Adam de Periton’ that, of the 100s. which he owes him for his relief of the lands he holds of the king in chief, … Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to permit him to have that respite. (S) FRsHIII.
1229, Adam de Periton in conflict with the Prior of St. Frideswide over the customs and services of Moulton.
10/5/1229, Adam de Periton, who holds one knight’s fee, 100s. for scutage and passage. (S) FRsHIII.
6/12/1235, Adam de Periton’ gives the king five palfreys for having his charter that he and his heirs might freely and without impediment assart and till his wood of Foxley [Wiltshire], which is within the king’s forest, and to dispose of it all by his will, and that that plot might be quit forever of waste and regard , the view of the foresters and verderers and all of their ministers, and from all things that pertain to the king’s forest. (S) FRsHIII.
10/17/1235, The king has granted to Adam de Periton’ that, of the 25 m. which he owes him, he may render 5 m. in the octaves of All Saints in the twentieth year, 5 m. …, 5 m. …, 5 m. …, and 5 m. in the octaves of Michaelmas …. (S) FRsHIII.
1240, Adam held the manor of Ellington.
12/26/1245, Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to place in respite, …, the demand which he makes … from Adam de Periton concerning his assart of Fackel’. (S) FRsHIII.
1/22/1250, Mandate … forest of Braden … touching the bailiwick which Adam de Periton held. (S) CPRs.
12/27/1250, Adam de Periton’ has made fine with the king by 200 m. for having back to himself and his heirs the forest of Braden’, of which he was deprived by consideration of the king’s court (curie Regis) for a trespass that he made in the same. (S) FRsHIII.
1261, Adam summoned to parliament in London. (S) Baronia Anglica Concentra, V11, 1843.
Adam of Ellington, Northumberland, Faxton, Northants, and Rampisham, Dorset died. (S) UKNA.
2/24/1266, Adam’s heirs were: Robert, son of Sir William de Kaynes and of Adam’s eldest daughter; Isabel, late the wife of Sir Robert de Welles, another daughter of full age; and Katharine, wife of John Paynel alias Paenell, a third daughter, of full age; are his heirs. Northampton. Adam held Faxton under John de Balliol for 4 knights’ fees and 4 marks rent. Northumberland. Ellintun alisa Helligtun (manor) … with 4½ makrs rent from the town of Cresuel alias Cressewell … Hayden town was given in free marriage with the said Adam’s daughter. (S) CIsPM.
(S) A History of the County of Northampton: V4, 1937.
Family notes:· Adam’s mother was a sister of Thomas de Sanford, hereditary forester of Braydon, co. Wilts.
· Undated: Adam de Periton granted to Robt. de Periton, his brother, for his homage & service all his lands & tenements in C. & the advowson of the church there, for the render of a pair of white gloves or 6d. a year & doing the forinsec service Witnessed by Humfr' de Boun Earl of Hereford & Essex … (S) UKNA.
Children of Adam and ?:
i. Isabel de Periton (4997489), born ~1250 in England.