fact sources and writings about this individual:|
1Research of Everingham from Kevin Everingham of MI, 2001-2013.
2Harleian Society,Vol. 16, Visitation of Yorkshire in 1563 and 1564 (London: 1881) p. 115
John de Everingham witnessed a deed of John de Lacy of Gateford giving
land to Selby in 1332, when he was not a knight and another deed of
John de Lacy of Gateford in 1333, when he was a knight.
Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association, Record
Series, Vol. XII, The Coucher Book of Selby, Vol. II (1893) p. 388 &
On 15 November 1353 a commission of oyer and terminer was ordered on a
complaint by Lucy late the wife of Adam de Everyngham of Birkyn that
John de Everyngham of Birkyn, 'chivaler' Beatrice, his wife, and
others, at Birkyn, Yorkshire, broke her close, killed 6 swans, worth 6
marks, felled her trees, fished in her free fishery, carried away the
fish with the said trees, trod down and consumed with cattle her crops
and grass, and assaulted her men and servants, whereby she lost their
service for a great time.
Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward 3, Vol. 9, p. 523