Adam Dean of Lancaster
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 898
"Adam, the Dean" of Lancashire had, in 1184, proffered one hundred shillings for permission to marry his dauther to the son of Normad de Redmayne. [Farrer's Lancashire Pipe Rolls, p. 52] The author of the Redmans of Levens, both book and article, William Greenwood, was in correspondence with Mr. Farrar, whom we often find associated with many of the records for the time as an editor, and who worked for the British Record Society. Mr. Farrer identified this Adam, Dean of Lancaster, as a son of Waldeve, Lord of Wlverston, and thus brother of Augustine, from whom the line of Heaton sprang; and of Richard, founder of the family of Tatham.
~The Redmand of Levens and Harewood, pp. 17-18