FAIRFAX OF ASKAM.
This ancient family, originally named from the fair locks of its sons — Feax meaning hair in Saxon — was established, before the Conquest, at Torcester, County Northumberland, and removed their seat into Yorkshire, in the vicinity of York, in the year 1205. Richard Fairfax held the lands of Askam and was succeeded by his son, William Fairfax, Lord of Askam, in the time of King John and Henry III. His grandson, William Fairfax, Bailiff of Yorkshire (1249), purchased from Peter de Brus the manor of Walton in the west riding of Yorkshire, and made that his residence
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в преемственности семьи Fairfax этому периоду соответствуют:
John FAIRFAX of Walton, Born: BEF 1261, Died: 1314, Walton, England
Thomas FAIRFAX of Walton, Born: 1290, Died: 1349, Walton, England
William FAIRFAX of Walton, Born: BEF 1349, Walton, England, Died: BEF 1386, Walton, England