Name: Adam de Brympton 1
Death: ABT 1315
Residence: Of Church Eaton, Staffs
Occupation: High Sheriff of Oxfordshire 1301
Change Date: 14 FEB 2011
In 29 Edward I. (1301) he was High Sheriff of Oxfordshire; and in the same year he had military summons against the Scots in respect of his tenure in Oxfordshire, Berkshire, and Shropshire. This is the last I hear of Adam de Brimpton (III.). The writ of diem clausit extremum issued on his death bears date 10th May, 1315.
Gilbert de Brinton, the first under-tenant of whom we have mention, rendered account for land at Brimpton, Berks, in 1166?7, and in 1216 Adam de Brinton was in revolt and his lands were given to his brother John. Either this Adam or a successor held the fee in the reign of Henry III and died in 1274?5, when he was succeeded by his son Adam. The latter died before 1315?16, when John de 'Brumpton' held this manor.
Father: Adam de Brinton
- John de Brumpton b: 1287
- Type: Book
Periodical: The parish of Church Eaton
Publication: Staffordshire Historical Collections, vol. 4