Birth: Abt 1200 1 Christening: Death: Abt 1255 1 Burial: Cause of Death: AFN :
Father: Siward DUXBURY (Abt 1170-Abt 1230) 1 Mother:
Spouses and Children
Children: 1. Adam DUXBURY (Abt 1230-Abt 1290) 1
Document collection "STANDISH" typescript
1288 the Manor of Duxbury was held in thirds by Adam de DUXBURY, Rog er de BOLTON and Ellis de TONGE; each paying William de FERRERS a re nt of 14d.
1227 Roger de BOLTON & Ellis de TONGE granted to Siward de DUXBURY one plo ugh land rent 6s/4d per annum out of which Roger de BOLTON agreed to pay 5 s/4d due to the chief Lords.
1246 Adam de DUXBURY joined in demanding of the Lords of Standish, Duxbu ry & Adlington that William de FERRERS, who had inherited the Mersey estat es, should acquit them of the services claimed by the guardians of the Ea rl of Lincoln's estate.
Perhaps another Adam de DUXBURY was in possession in 1288, succeed ed by a son Henry.
Henry son of Henry de DUXBURY was Lord of the place circa 1300 but see ms to have parted with his rights to Hugh STANDISH of the household of Rob ert de HOLLAND one of Thomas Earl of Lancaster's principal officers.
1315: Henry de DUXBURY imprisoned and the manor acquired by Hugh de STANDI SH
Ray Aspden 1999
LANCS & CHESHIRE RECORD SOCIETY (Old Series)
Vol.47: Adam de DOKESBIRI sworn as Assize juror for Leylaundschyre 30/31 H enry III (20 October 1246)
p.193: 38 Hen III (?1254?) Adam de DUXBURY witness at inquest into a ca se of intruders with dogs on Thomas GRELL's parks in Mamecester (Mancheste r) & Forest of Horewych
p.270: 16 Ed I (1288) Inquest says Adam de DOKESBURY holds a moiety of t he vil of Adlington by homage and the service of 2s/9d (jointly with Hu gh de Adlington - also 2s/9d) also Adam de DOKESBURY holds a certain pl at of land in Chorley at 2d yearly 1
Peter Duxbury (http://www.duxburymk.net/), Surety: 3.