Name: Adam BACON , of Oulton 1
Birth: ABT 1270 in Baconsthorpe, Erpingham, Norfolk, England
Death: Deceased in Oulton, Mitford, Suffolk, England
The following is a post to SGM, 14 Jun 2003, by Hal Bradley
From: "Hal Bradley" (hw.bradley AT verizon.net)
Subject: RE: Alice, wife of John de Beaumont, of Drayton
Date: 2003-06-14 10:46:46 PST
Dear Rosie, Jim, etc.
<"Robert Bacun" could be somehow connected to Edmund Bacon, 2nd husband
Copingers' "Manors of Suffolk" v. 5 indicates that Adam Bacon held the manor of Oulton in Suffolk. Adam married Margery, daughter of Simon Felton. His son was Edmund Bacon who married 1) Joan and 2) Margery Poynings. Copinger cites [I.Q.D., 7 Edw. II. File 94, 19].
Moor's "Knights of Edward I" indicates that this Edmund had a brother named John who served as the King's clerk and died in 1321. Possibly this is the John Bacun mentioned in Jim's post. I have not come across Robert Bacon.
Not much, but maybe another small piece of the puzzle.
Father: Robert BACON , of Baconsthorpe b: ABT 1248 in Baconsthorpe, Erpingham, Norfolk, England
Mother: Miss de HINGHAM b: ABT 1252 in Thorpe Cooke, Norfolk, England
Margery FELTON b: ABT 1272 in West Felton, Oswestry, Shropshire, England
- Edmund BACON , of Ewelme, Sir b: ABT 1289 in Oulton, Mitford, Suffolk, England
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