de Auditheley,  Adam

de Auditheley, Adam

Male 1005 - UNKNOWN

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  • Name de Auditheley, Adam 
    Born 1005  England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died UNKNOWN 
    Person ID I9081  Sullivan Burgess Family Tree | Ancestors of President Cleveland, Ancestors of President Fillmore, Ancestors of President Hayes
    Last Modified 1 Jan 2017 

    Family de Stoneley, Mabella,   b. Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. UNKNOWN, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. de Auditheley, Lydulph  [natural]
    +2. de Auditheley, Adam  [natural]
    Last Modified 1 Jan 2017 
    Family ID F3308  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Family Crest
    Auditheley Family Crest
    Auditheley Family Crest

  • Notes 
    • The following Stanley line is from the books "Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith" and "Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell"

      The House Of Stanley - In the of Stafford, in the heart of England, there was in very ancient times an old Saxon Manor called Stoneley or Stonleigh, a name compounded of Stone and Leigh or Ley or later Lea, meaning a stony meadow or field. There is still in that a considerable town named Stone, which, like the former, may bear a remembrance of the rugged surface of what is now one of the chief mining districts of the island. At the time of the Conquest, 1066, this estate belonged to Saxon Sir Henry Stanleigh, the place of his residence in that day supplying the surname of the owner.

      Adam de Auditheley came to England with Duke William, had large possessions from the conquered lands as his reward for his services. Among the Norman knights who accompanied William the "Conqueror" into England in 1066, were Adam de Alditheley and his two sons, Lydulph and Adam. These received, as did others of William's associates, large possessions from the conquered lands as a result for their services. Lydulph, the elder son, had a son Adam, and Adam, the younger, had a son William. These two young Normans, Adam and William both married wives of the Saxon family de Stoneley. Adam de Alditheley married Mabella de Stoneley, daughter of Sir Henry de Stoneley, and received with her as her marriage portion the two adjacent estates of Stoneley and Balterley. They were ancestors of the noble family of Audley, so called by a shortening of their name from Alditheley to Aldethley and Audley.