Liulf de Audley
(Abt 1120-After 1154)
Adam de Audley
(-1203)

 

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Emma Fitz Orm

Adam de Audley

  • Born: Audley, Staffordshire, England
  • Marriage: Emma Fitz Orm 141
  • Died: 1203-1211, Audley, Staffordshire, England 721

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information. 723
Aldidelege (Audley) Baltredelez (half Balterby) and Talc (talke in Audley), all held in 1086 by the Thane, Gamel, seem to have come, early in the reign of Henry I, into the hands of first Adam de Audley, who divided it between his sons, Lydulph and Adam. In 1130 Liulf de Audley lay under a heavy penalty for the muder of Gamel. Adam II was apparently the father of Henry de Audley, "the great territorial acquisitionist of the district," who built the castle of Heighley, and is represented by Dugdale's Visitation, as the first to use the name.

~Battle Abbey Roll, pg. 224

• Background Information. 141
Henry of Aldithley
, 2nd son of Adam of Aldithley, (who died between 1203 and 1211) by Emma, daughter of Ralf fitz Orm, of Darlaston, Staffs; was born about 1175. With his father, he was witness to a charter of Harvey Bagot in 1194.

~ Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. I, (Audley), p. 337

This Adam was the son of Liulf, who was granted the manors of Aldithley (or Audley), Talke, &c., in Staffordshire sometime during the reign of Stephen, from Nicholas de Verdun.

~ Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. I, (Audley), p. 337, footnote (c)


Adam married Emma Fitz Orm, daughter of Ralph Fitz Orm and Unknown.141 (Emma Fitz Orm was born about 1150 in Darlaston, Walsall, Staffordshire, England.)


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