David de Bunbury

about 1246–after 1314 (Age 68)
Bunbury, Cheshire, England

The Life of David de

When David de Bunbury was born about 1246, in Bunbury, Cheshire, England, his father, William de Bunbury, was 21 and his mother, Baroness Matilda de Bunbury, was 21. He died after 1314, at the age of 69.

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William de Bunbury
Baroness Matilda de Bunbury
Richard de Bunbury
Hugh de Bunbury
David de Bunbury
Adam de Bunbury
Henry de Bunbury

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World Events (3)

1259 · 100 Years of Conflict Between England and France Ends

Age 13

Treaty of Paris was signed on December 4, 1259, which ended 100 years of conflict between England and France.
1290 · Jews Expelled From England

Age 44

After years of anti-Semitic behavior, King Edward I expelled Jews from England in 1290.
1315 · Famine Strikes Europe

Age 69

A famine caused by cold winters and wet summers across Europe caused millions to die due to starvation. Desperation from hunger caused high levels of crime, stampedes in bread lines in London, infanticide, and even cannibalism throughout Europe.

Name Meaning

English: habitational name from Banbury, a place in Oxfordshire, named with the unattested Old English personal name Ban(n)a (possibly a byname meaning ‘felon’, ‘murderer’) + Old English burh ‘fort’, dative byrig.

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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