John de Bolton
- Marriage: Eve, wife of John de Bolton
- Died: In or before 1333, Derby, Derbyshire, England 158
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 158
John de Bolton, of bolton and Middope, was the Bowbear of the Forest of Bowland in the Duchy of Lancaster. The Bowbears, or Deputy of the Master Forester, was usually a great Baron, or sometimes a Prince.
~Memorials of an Ancient House : a History of the Family of Lister or Lyster, , p. 3
John, son of John de Bolton, in 1301, confirms to Abbot of Salley the lands of Wikyngill granted to the abbey by elias fil. Uctrid his "proavus"; living in 1285; realeased from Richard de Midhop, 1314; "Sagittarius de Bollondia" (Bowbearer of Bollond) inq. p. m. 1333; m. to Eve, living 1285; had a grant to her and her husband from John de Bronfield, and Alice his wife in Preston-in-Craven, 1286; m second, after Ellen.
~ Pedigree of Isabel Lyster, Née de Bolton, from a Pedigree compiled by Colonel Parker from the de Bolton deeds in possession of Willoughby Littledale, Esq., from Memorials of an Ancient House : a History of the Family of Lister or Lyster,, p. 5
John married Eve, wife of John de Bolton. (Eve, wife of John de Bolton died Shortly after 1286 in Derby, Derbyshire, England.)