Adam de Bostock
- Born: Abt 1330-1335, Bostock, Cheshire, England 1082
- Marriage: Margaret de Wetenhale 713,1081,1082,1083
- Died: 1374, Bostock, Cheshire, England about age 44 1081,1082
~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol. III, p. 259, Adam de Bostok, occurs 1344, Inq. p.m. 47 Edward III. Adam married Margaret, daughter and coheir of John de Wetenhale lord of Wetenhale, Acton, &c. 713
~ Genealogy of the Bostwick Family in America, p. 32, Sir Adam occurs in 1344, and married Margaret, daughter of Sir John de Wettenhale 1081
Information about this person:
• Web Reference: Adam II Bostock from Bostock: The Ancient Family and Township.
This Adam de Bostock served in Gascony in 1356/7. According to Leycester's pedigree, Adam was knighted by the Price of Wales in the battle of Najera, and found in Spain on Jul 1367. Adam married Margaret, daughter and coheir of Sir John Wittenhall, alias Kingseley, lord of Wettenhall, Acton and Dorfold. Margaret was already dead before 1370 and her Adam dided on 26 Feb 1372.
According to Tony Bostock, Bostock Historian of Winsford, Cheshire & author of the website, all pedigrees give Adam to be the son of William Bostock, but he doesn't agree. He believes that he is son of Adam, son of another Adam.
Adam married Margaret de Wetenhale, daughter of Sir John de Wetenhale Knight and Agnes de Arderne 713,1081,1082,1083. (Margaret de Wetenhale was born in 1340 in Wettenhall, Cheshire, England.)