M, b. circa 1216, d. before 28 December 1282
|Father||John de Chetwynd I b. c 1181, d. c 1240|
Adam was born circa 1216 in Chetwynd, Stratfordshire, England. Adam married Eva de Oswaldestre circa 1239 in England. Adam departed this life before 28 December 1282 in Chetwynd, Stratfordshire, England.2 .His son, John, became Lord of Chetwynd.
|Eva de Oswaldestre|
- [S916] John Burke, A Genealogical and Heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies, page 421 - Adam de Chetwynd. Lord of Chetwynd, left son John; John de Chetwynd died 1240; having had issue: 1. Sir John died 1280, whose son surrendered Chetwynd to his cousin as below; 2. Philip, ancestor of the Viscounts of Chetwynd, 3. Adam, whose son John became Lord of Chetwynd, and died 1354, leaving a son, Reginald, whose daughter & heiress, Joan de Chetwynd, married Richard de Peshall, who was sheriff of Shropshire 1374-1376 and had two daughters, Joyce, married Pigott and took Chetwynd to that family, & Isabellamarried Thomas Grosvenor of Bellaport.
- [S1016] Robert William Eyton, Antiquities of Shropshire, Volume 8: page 86 - 28 December 1282 -Eva de Oswaldestre filed complaint to King Edward I - to the effect that she had gift of certain manors of Adam de Chetwynd.;;
Inquest held at Stafford 9 January 1283, found that by gift of Adam de Chetwynd. and long before his death, Eva had had custody of the Manors of Tixhall, Ypstanes, Weston & Chetwynd ... the sheriff had conficated the Manor of Hartwell of which John, son of Adam, had been seized.