~1350, Henry born in England.
11/8/1376, Notification by Sir John de Chevereston, Knt, … has attorned in his own person and done fealty and attendance by …, Henry de Burton and by John Hodresfeld, for all the lands and tenements which he claims to hold of his chief lords in the Manors of … (S) UKNA.
10/20/1377, The king and Henry de Burton. Indenture witnessing that whereas the said Henry has certified the council of a gold mine, and has produced a sample found in a river of Devenshire, …, the king … grants him for 2 years from the finding or opening of such mines the 30th penny of all profits thereof arising, and a good reward. (S) CCRs.
1/1/1378, The king and Henry de Burton. Lease for 2 years … of all mines of gold and silver found or to be by him, found in Cornwall, Devonshire and Somerset, rendering at the exchequer the 7th penny of all profits and finding all costs and the fees of the king's controller, with proviso that if any great or right vein be found one moiety of the profit thereof shall remain to the king. (S) CCRs.
· 1/1418, Record of legal proceedings. John Chuderlegh and Margaret de Burton his wife. Recites: final concord, (9/1396), between Thomas Mareschall, claimant, and Gilbert de Burton and Isabel his wife, deforciants, concerning a moiety of the manors of Lodeswell, Yedeford and Bathesthorn [sic] and the advowson of the church of Yedeford. ... If Gilbert and Isabel should die without heirs … to John son of Henry de Burton … to Peter de Burton … to Margaret daughter of Henry de Burton ... Agnes wife of John Gonys, Gilbert and Isabel, John son of Henry and Peter had died without heirs of body, … [Cornwall]. (S) UKNA.
Child of Henry and ?:
i. John de Burton, born ? in England.
ii. Margaret de Burton (1901381), born ~1385 in Devon, England.