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  • ID: I32981
  • Name: John de Swinburne
  • Prefix: Sir
  • Sex: M
  • Death: 1313
  • Burial: Chollerton, Northumberland
  • Note:

    SIR JOHN DE SWINBURNE, granted lands in Stamfordham to Walter de Foderingeye, the principal and scholars of the house of Balliol, Oxford, in about 1270. Sheriff of Cumberland 1278. One of the commissioners appointed in 1300 to summon the knights of Northumberland to meet King Edward to perform military service against Scotland. He was commanded in October 1309 to repair, with his two sons Adam and Robert, to their respective estates in defence of the Marches. Sir John de Swinburn, knight, and AVICIA, his consort, were buried in the Parish Church of Chollerton, Northumberland in 1313. Sir John and his son Sir Adam used the arms shown on the right, which are recorded in Glover's Ordinary as the arms of SWINBURN. There is a seal on a document at Balliol College, Oxford containing these arms surrounded by the lettering S.IOHIS DE SWYNBVRNE. Another seal on a document held at the Treasury in Durham and dated 5th February 1312 contains these arms surrounded by three boars heads as accessories and the lettering S.IOHIS DE SWI...
  • _UID: 35FF16DB765A42489B43C1E3444B49F0C92B
  • Change Date: 10 APR 2008

    Father: Richard de Swinburne

    Marriage 1 Avicia
    • Married:
    1. Has Children Adam de Swinburne
    2. Has Children William de Swinburne
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