America in 1680-1681, and I feel sure this family blends with ours within three centuries back.
THE GENEALOGY OF THE FAMILY OF HEARN, DESCENDED FROM
THE KNIGHTLY HOUSE OF HERON, OF FORD CASTLE
IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHUMBERLAND.
names of Heroun and Hern are in the Battle Abbey Roll of such noblemen
and gentlemen of marque as come into England with the Duke of Normandy, A. D. 1066.
1. HERON, of Thackelwell.
2. HERON, of Ford Castle Ancient Acmo.
3. BOND, Coheiress.
4. HERON, as No. 1.
|JORDAN DE HAYRUN, Herun vel
Heyrun. Held a Barony (by tenure)
in Northumberland, 13th of King John,
by the service of one knight's fee.
Oc. tem. Henry III.
|_______, daughter of Odonellus de Ford,
Lord of Ford.
|WILLIAM DE HEYRUN, son and heir.
Baron by tenure.
|WILLIAM DE HEYRUN, Knt.
Baron of Hadeston, Co. Northumberland
(by tenure). Sheriff of that County. 41st
of Henry III. Govr. of Bambergh, Scarsboro,
and Pickering Castles. Oc. 1256.
|Maria, dau. and heir of Odonel de Ford,
Lord of Ford.
|WILLIAM DE HEYRUN, Baron of
Hadeston, Co. Northumberland (by tenure).
Died at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 25th Edw. 1st,
1297 m. Inq. P. M. no. 25.
|Christianna, dau. and heir of Roger de Notton.
|ROGER HEYRUN, Miles 10th and 16th
of Edw. II, Govr. of Bambergh and
|Isabella, daughter of ________|
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Thanks to Catherine Bradford for transcribing this page.
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