Bef 1250 - Aft 1338 (~ 89 years)
|1. ||Robert Barton was born Bef 1250, ____, Co. York, England, UK; died Aft 1338, ____, Co. York, England, UK. |
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.
Robert married Margaret [--?--] ____, Co. York, England, UK. Margaret died Unknown, ____, Co. York, England, UK. [Group Sheet]
|2. ||John Barton, of Kingston on Hull (1.Robert1) died Unknown. |
John Barton, the elder son, appears to have been in the confidence of King Edward III (1327-1377). He was 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the King's service, as it was asserted, he and John de Percebrig, who was associated with him in the Commission, were superceded by Warren de Eglesmerthe and William de Rokeby.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.
John married Agnes [--?--] Bef 1315. Agnes died Unknown. [Group Sheet]
|5. ||Philip Barton (2.John2, 1.Robert1) was born Bef 1315, ____, Co. York, England, UK; died 1347, Berwick on Tweed River, Co. Northumberland, England, UK. |
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.
Philip married Miss [--?--] Bef 1344. Miss died Unknown. [Group Sheet]
|6. ||Thomas Barton, of Kingston on Hul (2.John2, 1.Robert1) died Aft 1346. |
Thomas Barton, the younger son, was of Kingston on Hull, and living 1344. He married Beatrix, daughter of William Burdett, of Burtswick, Co. York. Beatrix was born 1314, survived her husband, and was living 1346.
A Record in the Court of Exchequer, 19 King Edward III (1346), by which it is shewn that in an action at law in that Court, "The Jurors find that Thomas Barton (that is, Thomas Barton of Kingston on Hull) married Beatrice, daughter and heir of William Burdett and that she was then of the age of 30 years."
Thomas married Beatrix Burdett 1346. Beatrix (daughter of William Burdett, of Burtswick, Co. York and Miss [--?--]) was born 1314; died Aft 1346. [Group Sheet]
|8. ||Robert Barton (5.Philip3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) died Aft 1344. |
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.
Robert married Margaret [--?--] Bef 1390. Margaret died Unknown. [Group Sheet]