Name: Nicholas de Bourdon
Death: 21 JUL 1403 in Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Residence: Sedgebrooke, Lincs?
Cause: Killed in battle
BATT: Shrewsbury 1408 (killed)
Change Date: 31 OCT 2009
Presumably of Sedgebrooke, Lincs, where his daughter is said to have been of.
Sedgebrook is mentioned in the Domesday Survey as part of the land holdings of Robert Malet, King William's great chamberlain, but no church is recorded. The manor belonged to Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln in 1272, who held a number of estates throughout the county, the primary one being the castle at Bolingbroke.
Father: John de Bourdon b: 1382
Millicent de Beckering
- Elizabeth Burdon b: 1432 in Sedgebrooke, Lincolnshire