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Adam de Newmarch

Male Bef 1236 - Bef 1303  (< 67 years)

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Adam de Newmarch was born before 1236 in of Womersley, Yorkshire, England (son of Adam de Newmarch and Joan); died before 20 Jan 1303.


    "He was one of the 24 laymen who signed for the Barons' party in 1263. He was captured at the Battle of Northampton 6 April 1264. In August 1265 he was among the leaders of the baronial party captured at Kenilworth by Prince Edward. He borrowed 40 marks from a Jewish lender, Bonamicus, son of Josce of Canterbury, about 1275. In 1280-1 he and his wife, Elizabeth, arranged an assize of novel disseisin against Adam son of John de Newmarch and Deoteitus Greuillun, merchant of Florence, regarding a tenement in Campsall, Yorkshire. [...] His heart was buried in the Black Friars, Pontefract, Yorkshire, where his wife's parents were buried." [Royal Ancestry, citation details below.]

    Adam married Elizabeth de Mowbray before 1263. Elizabeth (daughter of Roger de Mowbray and (Unknown) de Furnival) died after Sep 1317. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    1. Robert de Newmarch died in Mar 1352.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Adam de Newmarch was born in in of Womersley, Yorkshire, England.

    Adam married Joan. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  2. 3.  Joan
    1. 1. Adam de Newmarch was born before 1236 in of Womersley, Yorkshire, England; died before 20 Jan 1303.