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2Research from the Everingham estates, York from David Alexander Richard Waterton-Anderson. Everingham Barony and ancestor charts.
3Harleian Society,Vol. 16,Visitation of Yorkshire in 1563 and 1564 (London: 1881) p. 115
In 1357 Thomas son of Sir John de Everingham of Birkin, knight,
demesed to John Stern of Thorpe Tilney and others, land in Thorpe with
suit of court at Blankney, Lincolnshire.
Exchequer: King's Remembrancer: Ancient Deeds, Series D E 210/6427
He presented to the church of Birkin in June 1364, but was dead by
June 1371, when the presentation was in the hands of his executors.
His son was a young child at this date as the executors also presented
in November 1380.
Joshua Fawcett, Churches of Yorkshire, Vol. I (Leeds: 1844) Birkin p. 5