Name: William de ADDERBURY , of Newbury 1
ALIA: William de /Abberbury/
Birth: ABT 1358 in Shaw cum Donnington, Newbury, Berkshire, England
Death: Deceased in Newbury, Berkshire, England
I have no solid source on William's ancestry. But some on rootsweb (db=butler47 & db=olney47) state that Richard Adderbury had a son William (no other information given for him such as wife or children) along with a dau. Dionysia.
The HOP article states that Richard had 2 sons (not naming the younger one, who may have been William) and 2 daughters (one of which might well have been Denise/Dionsyia, named after Agnes's mother). The HOP article for the elder son Richard (also an MP) states that he died without issue, but had sold all of his estates before his death (nobody knows what happened to the money) so there was no inheritance for his younger brother or sisters.
The Richard Adderbury of Newbury who obtained Souldern in 1448 by proving that the Crutched Friars had violated the terms of their donation made by Richard Adderbury (c1331-1399) must have been William's son, as he was said to be most likely a newphew of Richard Adderbury (d. 1416), although he could easily be born a generation later, making him a great newphew and grandson of William. I am assuming that William was of Newbury as well.
Father: Richard ABBERBURY , of Donnington & Aston,MP,Sir b: ABT 1331 in Shaw cum Donnington, Newbury, Berkshire, England
Mother: Agnes SHARESHULL b: ABT 1333 in Steeple Barton, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England
Elizabeth SWYNFORD b: ABT 1360
- Alice de ADDERBURY b: ABT 1379 in Newbury, Berkshire, England
- Title: VCH - Buckinghamshire, www.british-history.ac.uk
Page: IV:191-7, see notes for Margaret Hereward, d. >1329
Text: no ancestry given.