de Byron, John 1

Birth Name de Byron, John
Gender male
Age at Death 109 years


After 1256 was seneschal of Kersal Cell near Manchester (founded during reign of King John 1199-1206; Kersal Cell was an order of Cluniac Benedictines; after dissolution by Henry VIII, in 1541 it was acquired by the Byroms of Salford & when that branch became extinct in 1684, it became the residence of Edward Byrom of Manchester). Commanded, with others, on Jan. 14, 1279/80, by Edward I, to meet him at Carlisle with horses, arms & all men who owed him service, on "midsummer day then next following," to march against the Scots. Later by royal command he accompanied Edward in his expedition into France & later still fought against the Scots a 2nd time. In the 19th year of reign of Edward I, he was appointed governor of Dover Castle in 1290, & in 1296 Governor of York. By his marriage he came into possession of the lands of Bostworth, Gleggs, Carthside, Akedon, Holinworth & Halcht. As a Knight & Baron, was an army officer & Justice in Lancashire in 1307.


Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 1207     2
Death 1316     2

Age: 109y


Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father de Byron, Robert1178
Mother , Maud1180
         de Byron, John 1207 1316


Family of de Byron, John and Teutonick, Joan Thies

Unknown Partner Teutonick, Joan Thies ( * 1210 + ... )
Name Birth Date Death Date
de Byron, John12551339