Sir Nicholas de Ebor Knight
- Born: West Riding, Yorkshire, England
- Marriage: Ellena de Hebden 1064,1067
- Died: After 1246, West Riding, Yorkshire, England 1065
Another name for Nicholas was Sir Nicholas of York Knight.
~ The Survey of the County of York , p. 20, Brother to William, Provost of Beverley & Bishop of Salisbury. 1064
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 1064,1067
Ellena, daughter of William de Hebden, married Sir Nicholas de Ebor who became the lord of Hebden upon marrying Ellena. Their son William, succeeded as the lord of Hebden around 1250.
~ The Hebden Family
~ The Survey of the County of York, p. 20
• Background Information. 1065
About 1249, William of York, provost of the college, granted Eske manor to his brother Nicholas of York. The estate was later divided among undertenants. By the mid 13th century, part of Eske was in the possession of Peter of Meaux, who then granted six bovates, together with several willeins and their tofts and services to Patrick de Caldebek. Patrick quitclaimed those six bovates to William, son of Nicholas of York, in 1268, and at his death in 1282, William was said to hold them of another William of York, rector of Patrington.
~ A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 6, pp. 278-281
Nicholas married Ellena de Hebden, daughter of William de Hebden and Alice 1064.,1067 (Ellena de Hebden was born in Hebden, Craven, Yorkshire, England and died about 1250 in Hebden, Craven, Yorkshire, England.)