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    First Name Last Name ID Share Print Bookmark Sir John Barton of Fryton and Steresby Knight Aft 1310 Individual Ancestors Descendants Relationship Timeline Suggest Personal Information Event Map All PDF Name John Barton Prefix Sir Suffix of Fryton and Steresby Knight Gender Male Residence Fryton Co York England UK Died Aft 1310 Notes Sir John Barton de Fryton and Steresby the second son Knight Templar Henry III was seized in those Lands 1310 The following extract from the Roll of Arms Temp Henry III 1216 1272 shews that his Armorial Bearings were recorded at that period Monsire de Barton de Fryton port d ermiine sur les fes gules trois annulets d or In 1299 Edward I 1272 1307 granted to him by Charter Roll free warren c in all his demeanes of Fryton Holthorp c Co York Person ID I38594 Stedman Families of the United Kingdom Last Modified 11 Feb 2010 Father Sir William Barton of Steresby Co York Knight d Aft 1236 Mother Miss d Unknown Family ID F14441 Group Sheet Family Miss d Unknown Children 1 Sir John Barton Knight of Fryton d Aft 1322 2 Ralph Barton of Steresby Co York d Aft 1310 3 Robert Barton

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    1338 Co York England UK Notes Robert Barton the third son was Receiver and Keeper of Military Stores in the District of Carlisle Co Cumberland 1315 He married Margaret See Rymer s Faedera MS Harl British Museum 805 Fol 39 Carta de Barton Excerpta Rotulis Finium in Turr Lond Asservatis Person ID I39559 Stedman Families of the United Kingdom Father Sir John Barton of Fryton and Steresby Knight d Aft

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    a Burgess of Kingston on Hull River in County York and in 1334 he was a Collector of Customs there He also held various Commissions for defense of the kingdom between that period and 1338 During the latter year he received several commands to provide large supplies of wheat malt oats and wine and to send them to the Castles of Stirling and Edinburgh and also to the camp before Dunbar which latter place was then under siege by the English army But as at the end of the year an inconsiderable portion only of the supplies had been collected to the detriment of the King s service as it was asserted he and John de Percebrig who was associated with him in the Commission were superceded by Warren de Eglesmerthe and William de Rokeby On reference to the reprimand conveyed by King Edward III in 1334 to others who are alleged not to have fulfilled their duty in providing men for the array in the County of Lancaster Negligentia is the term employed Rex arguit negligentiae But in the case of John de Percebrig and John de Barton in the County of York Tepidas is the phrase Warinus de Eglesmerthe and Willielmus de Rokeby assignantur loco Johannis de Percebrig et Johannis de Barton qui propter tepidatem a munere dimittuntur Tepidas may imply disaffection Whether there was any ground for such imputation or suspicion or whether which is not improbable the dismissal of John de Barton arose from jealosy among the Council on account of the King s favour towards him is not apparent But it is to be remarked that the Warrant of dismissal is by the Council the King being in the Netherlands preparatory to his invasion of France and is dated Byflet 20th December 1338 Person ID

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    York England UK Gender Male Died 1347 Berwick on Tweed River Co Northumberland England UK Notes Philip Barton was the elder son of John Barton of Kingston on Hull In 1346 he was Chancellor of Berwick on Tweed River in County Northumberland England where he died in 1347 He had one son and one daughter Person ID I39062 Stedman Families of the United Kingdom Last Modified 10 Feb 2010 Father

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    Name Robert Barton Gender Male Died Aft 1344 Notes Robert Barton was appointed Master of the Hospital of Saint Mary Magdalene at Juxta Berwick on Tweed River in County Northumberland England where he was living in 1344 He married Margaret and they had two sons Person ID I39060 Stedman Families of the United Kingdom Last Modified 10 Feb 2010 Father Philip Barton b Bef 1315 Co York England UK d

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    Map All PDF Name William Barton Born Bef 1390 Gender Male Died Aft 1425 Kinghorn Fife Scotland UK Notes William Barton the elder son was in 1425 collector of customs at Kinghorne County Fife Scotland Chalmers in his History of Dunfermline Scotland states that the County York Bartons came to Scotland after a contest with King Edward III Person ID I39058 Stedman Families of the United Kingdom Father Robert Barton

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    Repositories Contact Us Search Advanced Search First Name Last Name ID Share Print Bookmark Andrew Barton Abt 1420 Bef 1518 98 years Individual Ancestors Descendants Relationship Timeline Suggest Personal Information Event Map All PDF Name Andrew Barton Born Abt 1420 Gender Male Died Bef 22 Jun 1518 Leith Midlothian Scotland UK Notes Andrew Barton was the only son of William Barton Andrew was of Leith County Edinburgh Scotland and was living there during the time of King James III 1460 1488 and King James IV 1488 1513 In 1505 he was distinguished from his grandson Andrew Barton the younger According to Item 3041 in The Register of the Privy Seal of Scotland Volume I A D 1488 1529 he married Margaret Prestoun He died prior to 22 June 1518 and left three sons Person ID I39140 Stedman Families of the United Kingdom Father William Barton b Bef 1390 d Aft 1425 Kinghorn Fife Scotland UK Age 36 years Mother Miss d Unknown Married Bef 1420 Family ID F14665 Group Sheet Family Margaret Prestoun d Unknown Children 1 Capt John Barton b Bef 1440 Leith Midlothian Scotland UK d 1476 Age 36 years 2 Walter Barton d Aft 1482 3 Thomas

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    house After John s death the King gave the mariage to Mr James Henrisoun see The Register of the Privy Seal of Scotland Vol I A D 1488 1529 item 3041 During the reign of King James III John Barton was a celebrated Scotch naval officer and a merchant shipper of Leith County Edinburgh Scotland He is mentioned in the 1474 1475 account of the Chamberlain of County Fife Scotland as master of the vessel King s Carvel or the Yellow Carvel which was plundered by the Portuguese In 1476 he put out to sea from the port of Sluys Sluis in Flanders now in Zeeland Netherlands with his ship Juliana The ship laden with a very valuable cargo was suddenly attacked by two armed Portuguese ships one of which was commanded by Juan Vasques and the other by Juan Pret Some of the crew of the Juliana were killed many wounded and forced into slavery while others were thrown into a fishing boat and set adrift All this occurred in sight of a large fleet of Portuguese merchantmen which was sailing out of Sluys on their voyage back to Lisbon but took no part in the outrage The Juliana was carried into Lisbon Portugal Charles Duke of Burgundy Count of Flanders being incensed not so much by the flagrant injustice towards the Juliana as by the violation of the laws of his port notified the King of Portugal that the whole of the outrage had been taken legal cognizance of and at the same time warned him unless he undertook that the offenders should be surrendered or the injury compensated he would take care that the Portuguese who frequented the mart towns of Flanders should make good the damages which had been by sentence pronounced It appears that John

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