Name: John Abberbury 1
Death: 1 SEP 1346 2
Cause: Killed in Seige of Calais
BATT: Seige Of Calais 1346 (killed)
Change Date: 13 APR 2010
John Adderbury (d. 1346) was reported to have held a messuage and 1 yardland in Begbroke, Oxon, of John of Lyons. The estate presumably followed the descent of other Adderbury lands, passing to John's uncle Thomas Adderbury (d. by 1362), and to the latter's son Sir Richard (d. by 1401). Sir Richard was probably succeeded by his brother Thomas, whose son, also Sir Richard, sold several estates in 1415 to Thomas Chaucer (d. 1434), son of Geoffrey and Speaker of the House of Commons.
Father: Richard Abberbury
- Type: Periodical
Author: Simon Walker
Title: Sir Richard Adderbury (c. 1330-1399) and his kinsmen: the rise and fall of a gentry family
Periodical: Nottingham Medieval Studies
- Text: De controversia in curia militari inter Ricardum Le Scrope et Robertum ...
By Sir Richard Le Scrope