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John DE LYOUN
Margery DE ACKLE
Husband:  John DE LYOUN
Birth:  1225, Norfolk, England
Death:  1316
Event: 1294, summoned for service against the Scots, when Edward I imprisoned King John Baliot 
Father:  Pagan DE LEONIBUS / LEON / LYON
Mother:  Ivette DE FERRERS
Marriage:
Wife:  Margery DE ACKLE
Birth:  Northamptonshire, England
Father:  Simon DE ACKLE, of Ackle, Northamptonshire, England
Children:
1.  John DE LYOUN, b. 1250, Norfolk, England 
2.  Adam LYON, b. 1255
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; UK, United Kingdom, ENG, NFK, NTH

Sources:

1.  June Cioppettini, Lynda McGinnis, and Betty Cogliati, eds.  1999.  Henry Lyon of MA, CT, & NJ, and Some of His Lineage.  Lyon(s) Family Association of America (Ted and Elenor Lyons, 524 Mark Lane, Belton, MO 64012-1829-10).

2.  Ahnentafel of the ancestry of Henry LYON from the database of the Lyon(s) Families Association, courtesy of database manager, Bruce C. Lyon.
2048. John DE LYON: b. 1250, Norfolk, England

4096. John DE LYOUN: b. 1225, Norfolk, England; d. 1316
4097. Margery DE ACKLE: b. Northampton, England

8192. Pagan DE LEONIBUS: b. 1200, Norfolk, England
8193. Ivette DE FERRERS: b. Cambridge, England
8194. Simon DE ACKLE

3.  Descendants of Ingelram de Lions [link died] by David B. Lyon.

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