Change Date: 14 FEB 2011
In 8 Edward III. (1324) an assize was taken to try whether Mary, who had been the wife of Adam de Brympton, and others, had unjustly disseised Margaret, who had been the wife of Henry de Wollaston, of her free tenement in Wollaston, namely, an acre of land with appurtenances, which the said Mary claimed as being within the manor of Eyton. Her claim was disallowed by the jury, and Margaret recovered seisin.
?I suppose Sir John de Brumpton to have succeeded his mother Mary de Brumpton at Eyton about 1335?56, but he appears to have been in possession of Longford, or at least the advowson of the Church, at an earlier date, for on 5th October, 1332, William de Ipstones, Clerk, was admitted to the Church of Longford on the presentation of Sir John de Brumpton, Knight.?
Adam de Brympton
- John de Brumpton b: 1287
- Type: Book
Periodical: The parish of Church Eaton
Publication: Staffordshire Historical Collections, vol. 4