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Friday, August 28, 2020

Baron Adam Paynel

 121676160. Baron Adam Paynel

~1135, Adam Pagnel born in England, younger s/o §§Alexander Paynel of Hooton Pagnell.

1166, Adam owed 40s for a disseisin in the wapentake of Manlaey.

1176, Adam rendered 10 marks in Lincolnshire for a forest trespass in Yorkshire.

1180, Adam amerced 200 marks in Lincolnshire due to the castle de Insula not being properly destroyed.

1187, Adam holding Broughton near Brigg, Lincoln, rendered 400 marks for his brother William, of which 300 marks were to acquit the land of Broughton, which William had pledged to Fulk Paynel, and 100 marks for the right of acquittance.

7/6/1189, Richard I succeeded Henry II as King of England.

1194, Adam paid scutage for a knight’s fee in Lincolnshire.

1194-95, Adam Paganellus paying xx.s, i militem in Lincolnshire. (S) FMG.

1200, Adam [the father] a pledge for a debt of Adam his son took over from William Bardolf for the right of marrying the widow of William son of William.

Adam died.

(S) Early Yorkshire Charters, V6, Farrer, 2013, PP264-5.

Children of Adam and ?:

i. Adam Paynel (60838080), born ~1170 in England.

ii. Ralph Payne, born ? in England.

1200-13, Adam and his brother Ralph witnessed a charter to Watton priory. [Could be either father or son.]

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