John de Bayley
- Born: Bef 1308, Aighton Bailey, Clitheroe, Lancashire, England
- Marriage: Mabilla Knoll 822
- Died: 1391 822
Centenary record. Stonyhurst college, its life beyond the seas, 1592-1794, and on English soil, 1794-1894, p. 44 names two John Bayley, one the son of ther other, yet The Coucher Book, or Chartulary, of Whalley Abbey, Vol. III, only names one John Bayley. 822,825
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 822
John Bayley, married to Mabilla, daughter of Thomas Knoll, and co-heir to her mother, Margaret Singleton. John Bayley is recorded from 24 Edward III to 14 Richard II (1350-1391), when he died; and in 1372 had license for an Oratory at Stonyhurst, which is the first evidence of a house existing there.
Stonyhurst College, Its Life Beyond the Seas, 1592-1794 and on English Soil, 1794-1894, pp. 44-45
• Web Reference: The family de Mitton.
Stonyhurst in Aighton was part of the original manor granted to Ralph the Red by Robert de Lacy in the Nov. 23, 1102 charter. Stonyhurst descended through Richard Bailey's grandfather, John, who received it by deed from his cousins Emma and Cecily Mitton in 1362. The Baileys were all descendants of Otto de Mitton, the grandson of Ralph the Red. Otto received the manor of Bailey from his older brother Hugh, then Lord of Mitton manor, around 1200. Otto de Mitton took the name de Bailey to differentiate his own sub-feuded manor. The de Bailey surname lasted until the death of his great, great, grandson Richard Bailey in 1388. That Richard Bailey was the founding father of the Shireburnes of Stonyhurst through his son only Richard Shireburne who took his mothers surname.
"A History of the Parish of Mitton in the West Riding of Yorkshire" by Frederick George Ackerley, 1947
"Otto's grandson, Jordan de Bailey, had a son Walter who was living in 1292 to 1323. His son John, who died in 1271, left a son Richard. This Richard de Bailey married Margaret Sherburne and assumed the surname of his wife. From this pair descended the Sherburne's of Stoneyhurst, who played a prominent part in the subsequent history of Mitton until the male line became extinct in the year 1717 (Sir Nicolas Sherburne's death). Thus the later Sherburnes were directly descended from the original grantee of the Manor, Ralph the Red.
John married Mabilla Knoll, daughter of Thomas de Knoll and Margaret Singleton.822