We can also see the Babyngton entries associated with Huddlestons. Lancashire Record Office: Towneley of Towneley FILE[no title] - ref.DDTO K 1/63- date: 1483 [from Scope and Content] Conf: Thos. Burton of Lincoln City, to Thos. Knyght, esq., & w. Joan, John, bishop of Lincoln, Thos. Burgh, knt. Gervase Clyfton, esq., & Thos. Fytzwilliam, gent.; all lands in Lincoln City which Thos. Burton has of the feoffment of John Rudyng & which John has by right of inheritance after the death of John Kyrk, his grandfather & which John Kyrk has of the grant of John Hodylston (Seal, broken)
FILE[no title] - ref.DDTO K 1/70- date: 1505 [from Scope and Content] Letter of Attorney: Ric. Woderoue, knt. & Thos. Matersey, vicar of the church of Everton made Jas. Jesopp & Wm. Hynchcliff their their attorneys to enter into the manor of Euerton co. Notts, which we, together with Wm. FitzWilliam, Gervase Clifton & John Babyngton, knts. & John Alwey, clerk, now deceased, lately had of the gift of John Wombewell, esq., Wm. Wentworth & Thos. Mathowson.
FILE - Testimony of Thomas Wode, of Warrforde Warford, co. Cheshire, William Colyn of Fysherwyke Fisherwick, Co. Staff., and Roger Colyn of Drayton Bassett, Co. Staff., yeoman, in a dispute between Richard Huddylston, lord of Elforde, Elford, Co. Staff. and William Babynton of Tymmore, concerning a piece of land in Elford, called a holme. - ref. MS 3878/73 - date: 14 March 1539/40