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Of this family, which assumed its surname from a lordship in the west riding of Yorkshire. Adam De Swillington, who, in the times of Edward I. and Edward II. was in the Scottish wars, and in the latter reign obtained charter for free warren, in all his desme lands at Swillington, Thorpe-Pyron, and Thorpe o the Hill, in the county of York, and was summoned to parliament as a Baron, 3 December, 1326, but afterwards siding with the Earl of Lancaster against the Spencers, he was fined a thousand marks. On the accession of Edward I., however, matters being changed, that judgement was reversed by parliament, and his lordship marched again into Scotland. Moreover the next year he had another charter for free warren in his desme lands, and had summons to parliament, to 5th March, 1328, but never afterwards; and nothing further is known of his lordship or his descendants.


Adam De Swillington

Of this family, which assumed its surname from a lordship in the west riding of Yorkshire. Adam De Swillington, who, in the times of Edward I. and Edward II. was in the Scottish wars, and in the latter reign obtained charter for free warren, in all his desme lands at Swillington, Thorpe-Pyron, and Thorpe o the Hill, in the county of York


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