Sir Adam de Mutton was born 9999 in England to Ralph de Mutton (-aft1228) and died 1242 England of unspecified causes. He married Isabella de Audley (-c1228) .

Collections for a History of Staffordshire, Volume 12 - Staffordshire Record Society, 1891

  • "Adam de Mutton grants a virgate of land in Rudge, to Geoffrey, son of Gervase de Chaulnes (Charnes)." Witnesses - Domino Randulpho de Mutton, Philippe Parsona de Ingestre, Stephano capellano de Gretwiz, Benedicto de Bromlegh, Viviano de Standon, etc.
  • "Henry de Audley grants to Adam de Mutton all the land of Brerdon, except Redemore, to be held by the service of a gilt spur." [1] Witnesses - Dominis Herveio de Stafford, Gileberto de Segave, Willelmo de Albo Monasterio, Willelmo Pantulf, Willelmo de Audlighlega, Willemo de Bromlegh, Rogero de Somervill, Rogero de Rideware, Ricardo de Draicote, Willemo de Wilbridtone, Galfrido Griffin, Roberto de Stokes clerico et aliis.
  • "Adam de Mutton grants to William, son of Ralph, six acres of his land in Brerdon." Witnesses - Domino Radulpho de Mutton milite, Roberto de Wiston, Willielmo Biran, etc.
  • "The Prior of St. Thomas near Stafford, grants to Adam de Mutton and his heirs the perpetual presentation of a canon, to celebrate divine offices for the soul of Sir Philip de Mutton, his brother." Witnesses - Domino Henrico de Audlighlegh, Romino Roberto Marmiun, Radulpho de Mutton, Willelmo de Audlighelegh, Galfrico del Bec, Willelmo de Bromlegh, et allis.
  • "Adam de Mutton confirms the grant to the Priory of St. Thomas, which Philip, his brother, had made of the land in Queinton, which he held of the gift of Robert Marmion." Witnesses - Domino Henrico de Audlighelegh, R. de Mutton, etc.
  • "Henry de Audley [2] Conveys to Isabella, the widow of Sir Adam de Mutton, the custody of all the land of Brereton, which her husband had formerly held, until the lawful age of Ralph, the son of Adam and Isabella." Witnesses - Dominus Willielmo Ruffo, Willielmo de Audithlegh, Willielmo de Bromlegh, Willielmo Pantulf juniore, Waltero de Legh militibus, Johanne de Tamenhorn, Hugone de Haukeston, Roberto de Mere.

Notes and references

  1. ^ This deed and the one which follows, when read together, show that Brerdon had been given to Adam de Mutton during the lifetime of his father Ralph, and this taken in connection with the Arms of Mutton, seems to point to some connection with the Audleys, and I think it probable that Isabella, the wife of Adam de Mutton, was daughter of Adam de Audley, and sister of Henry de Audley, who makes the above grant. Brerdon is Brereton in Rugeley
  2. ^ This deed shows plainly that Ralph, the son of Adam de Mutton, was under age at the date of his father's death. Henry de Audley was dead in 1246.


Offspring of Sir Adam de Mutton and Isabella de Audley (-c1228)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Ralph de Mutton (-1242) 9999 England 1242 England Agnes Unknown



Footnotes (including sources)

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  • Collections for a History of Staffordshire, Volume 12