~1230, Adam born in England, s/o §§Adam de la Ford.
~1240, Clarice Daubeney born in England.
1255, Pro Adam de la Forde.—Mandatum est Matheo Bezyll quod Adam de la Forde ponat ad vadia septem denariorum et unius oboli per diem in hospicio regine. (S) CCRs. [Adam given 7 pence and a half-penny per day for his services to the Queen.]
1258, King Henry forced to sign the Provisions of Oxford granting parliament administrative reform. [The beginning of the Baron’s Revolt.]
6/24/1259, Mandatum est eidem Johanni quod, si Adam de la Forde, vallettus M. regine Scocie, illos quatuor damos, quos ei rex dedit in foresta regis Northumbr' jam uno anno elapso, nondum habuerit, tunc in eadem foresta faciat habere eidem Ade quatuor damos de dono regis. (S) CCRs. [Adam to have 4 deer in the forest of the king in Northumberland for the Queen of Scotland. Margaret, Queen of Scotland, d/o King Henry III.]
1/28/1260, Protection with clause, until Whitsunday, for Adam de la Forde, yeoman of the queen. (S) CPRs.
5/25/1261, Protection with clause, until Michaelmas, for Adam de la Forde going to Scotland on a message of the king. (S) CPRs. [Queen Margaret of Scotland had just given birth to King Henry’s granddaughter, to be known as “Maid of Norway”.]
1267, To Adam de la Ford, valet of Margaret, Queen of Scotland, £300 for the arrears of his marriage. (S) Issues of the Exchequer, Newport, 1837, P37.
Clarice married 2nd Sir Edmund Spigurnel.
1281, Edmund and Clarice held a moiety of Great Wishford manor.
1296, Edmund died.
3/18/1296, Order to the same to take into the Idng's hand the lands late of Edmund Sprigurnel, deceased, tenant in chief. (S) CFRs.
1298, Clarice died.
3/17/1298, To escheator this side Trent, Southampton and Wilts. Adam de la Forde, son and heir of Claricia de Albiniaco, has shown the king that although Claricia at her death held nothing of the king in chief, … (S) CCRs.
3/18/1298, Order to take into the king's hand the lands late of Clarice de Albiniaco, deceased, tenant in chief. (S) CFRs.
(S) Hist. of Wiltshire, V15, 1995, Great Wishford. (S) Hist. of Hampshire, V4, 1911, Hale.
· 5/28/1214, Letters of respite of debts … Adam de la Ford, to exchequer … (S) Rotuli Scotiae, P313.
· 6/7/1219, Letters of respite of debts … Adam de la Ford, setting out for Scotland. (S) Rotuli Scotiae, P314.
Child of Adam and Clarice:
i. Adam de la Ford (4989126), born ~1260 in England.