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Sir Robert de Everingham Knight
(Abt 1256-)
Alice de la Hyde
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Sir Adam de Everingham Knight of the Garter
(1279-Bef 1341)
(1280-After 1321)
Sir Adam de Everingham Baron
(Abt 1307-1388)


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Joan de Deiville Lady of Egmanton

Sir Adam de Everingham Baron

  • Born: Abt 1307, Sherburn Yorkshire, England 141
  • Marriage: Joan de Deiville Lady of Egmanton before 16 May 1332 141
  • Died: 9 Feb 1388, Laxton, Southwell, Nottinghamshire, England about age 81 141

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• Background Information. 141
Adam de Everingham, Lord Everingham, son and heir, by 1st wife, born about 1307. He was at the siege of Berwick, March to July 1333, at the battle of Halidon Hill, 19 Jul 1333, with the King at Antwerp, 1338-39, at the battle of Sluys, 24 Jun 1340, and at the siege of Tournay July to September following.

The King took Adam de Everingham's homage for the manor of Laxton, and his fealty for the manor of North Leverton, which manors his father had held for life, and he had livery thereof, 13 Jun 1341. He was taken prisoner in France, before 14 May 1342, and was ransomed for 200 marks in gold. He was in France, in the retinue of the Earl of Derby in September following, and in Gascony, in the retinue of the same Earl, 1345-46, at the siege of Calais in 1347, in the retinue of the Earl of Lancaster, and was about to go to France, in the same retinue, in 1348 and 1355.

Having been indicted of divers trespasses, Adam de Everingham was detained in gaol at Nottingham Castle in August 1351. He was present when Edward Balliol made over the Kingdom of Scotland to Edward III in January 1355/6, and accompanied the King in his invasion of France in October 1359, being with the King before Paris in April 1360. He was summoned to a Council, 20 Mar 1349/50, and to Parliament, 8 Jan 1370/1, by writs directed Ade de Everyngham de Laxton'.

Adam de Everingham married, before 16 May 1332, Joan, daughter of Sir John Deiville, of Egmanton and Adlingfleet, by his 2nd wife, Margaret. She, who inherited Egmanton, died 10 years or more before him. He died 8 February 1387/8, at Laxton, aged about 80.

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. V, pp. 189-190

Adam married Joan de Deiville Lady of Egmanton, daughter of Sir John Deiville Knight and Margaret, before 16 May 1332.141 (Joan de Deiville Lady of Egmanton was born about 1315 in Egmanton, Southwell, Notthinghamshire, England and died before 1378 in England 141.)

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