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Wsttatton of Cbesfttre 

IN THE YEAR 1580, 

MADE BY 

ROBERT GLOVER, SOMERSET HERALD, 

foe 

WILLIAM ELOWER, NORROY KING OE ARMS, 

WITH NUMEROUS ADDITIONS AND CONTINUATIONS, 

TNCLUDING THOSE FROM 

Cijf agitation of CfjcSfjirr 

MADE IN THE YEAR 1566, 

BY THE SAME HERALD. 
WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING 

CJje Visitation of a part of CJjcsJjtve 

IN THE YEAR 1533, 

MADE BY 

WILLIAM FELLOWS, LANCASTER HERALD, 

FOE 

THOMAS BENOLTE, CLARENCEUX KING OF ARMS. 

AND A FRAGMENT OF 

Clje Visitation of tjjc City of Chester 

IN THE YEAR 1591, 

MADE BT 

THOMAS CHALONER, DEPUTY TO THE OFFICE OF ARMS. 

EDITED BY 

JOHN PAUL RYLANDS, E.S.A. 

LONDON: 1882. 



preface- 



The principal part of the present volume consists of a transcript of two 
almost identical manuscripts in the British Museum numbered 1424 and 
1505 in the Harleian Collection. In the Official Catalogue of the 
Harleian Manuscripts, printed, in folio, in the year 1808, they are thus 
described : — 

"1424. 

" An Heraldical Book in fol. seeming to have been written & tricked by M r 
John Saunders the Paynter-Stayner, while he was yet a young man. It relateth 
wholly to the County Palatine of Chester, as containing, 

" 1. Arms of the King of England impaling those of the Earl of Chester ; 
under which is a trick of the Great Sword of Chester, nor like to that old one in 
the Cottonian Library ; with the Arms of the eight Barons of Chester placed on 
the right & left sides, so as to make a sort of Frontispiece to the Book. 

" 2. Badge of the Prince of Wales in a Glory ; with his Arms & those of the 
Duchy of Cornwal & Earldom of Chester, below. On the backside of the Frontis- 
piece. 

" 3. Brevis Abstract. Cronice Coraitum Comitates Palatini Cestrife, a per- 
quisieione ejusdem per Hugonem Lupuni sive Wulf, Willelrni Conquestoris nepotem ; 
cum singulorimi Insignibus. [folio] 1. 

" 4. The Genealogy of the Earles of Chester. 2. 

" 5. Descent of the Lacies &c. Constables of Chester. 2 b. 

" 6. Extract from the Book of Domesday ; touching Cester-scire. 5. 

" 7. Recensio Terras Tenendum in Com. Cestr. e Libro Rubeo in Scaccario, &c. 

6 b. 

" 8. The names of all and singular Knights, Esquires, Gentlemen, & Free- 
holders in Com. Cestrise, a.d. 1579, & 1580. 7. 

" 9. A Copy of the Visitation book of the County of Chester, as the same was 
taken a.d. 1580, by Robert Glover Somerset-Herald, for William Flower, Norroy ; 
wherein the Pedigrees are all entered in alphabetical Order, according to the Sur- 
names of the respective Families. 12 b. 

" In this Copy are many Continuations of Descents ; as also Tricks of many 
old private Seals ; and Copies or Extracts from old Deeds. 

" Among which, I find, 

" 10. Deeds & Seals relating to Bromley. 28 b. 

" 11. Collections from the Evidences of Sir Rafe Egerton of Wormehill. 87. 

b 



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VI PREFACE. 

" 12. Collections from the Charters of Richard son of Richard Ligh of High- 
Ligh of the West-Hall, Esq. 85 b. 

"13. A Deed in French containing the Award of Sir Hugh de Calveleghe, Sir 
John de Barley, Sir John Devereux, Sir Brian de Stapleton, & Rauf de Statham 
Esq. ; touching the Arms claimed by two Gentlemen of the name of Massey, dat. 
14 Nov. 2 Rich. II. 100. 

" 14. Determination of Thomas Stanley Earl of Derby, & Constable of England; 
touching the Arms to be born by Sir Thomas of Ashton, & Sir Piers a Leigh ; 
dated on Holy-Rode day in May, the 11th year of K. Hen. VII. 88. 

" N.B. — That the Feast of the Inventio S. Crucis was held the 3 of May ; but 
the Esaltatio, on the 14 of September. 

" 15. Ex Cartis et Evidence's Johanuis Savage Militia. 123. 

" Among these, is a Transcript of a Deed in French ; whereby Margarcta que 
fut la feme de Jeen Savage fille et hoir a Thomas Darners Chevalier, grants her 
Arms to her son John Savage & his heirs, for ever. 

" 16. Boner's Pedegree: or the Descent of Edmund Boner Bishop of London, 
sett down at large. 134." 



" 1505. 

" An Heraldical Book in fol. wherein is contained a Copie of that Visitation- 
book which was made for the County-Palatine of Chester a.d. 1580, by Robert 
Glover Somerset-Herald, Marshal and Deputy to William Flower Norry his father 
in law. 

" This Copie was made by that person who made the Book No. 1424, and 
perhaps from it. The Arms are better tricked in No. 1424 than in this, which 
hath also more faults than that. 

"There being nothing to be said by me touching^ the Contents of this Copy, but 
what hath been mentioned of the other already ; I shall forbear to repeat the same 
here ; making only this Remark, that since both these Books were written, some 
few Additions have been entred into each of them, by their respective Owners, 
unknown to one another ; which are therefore wanting in the one Copie, though 
inserted in the other." 

In making the transcript of these two manuscripts all variations 
between them have been scrupulously noted, and the words which 
appear only in Harl. MS. 1505 are printed in italics in square brackets. 
Additions by the Editor, such as the names of the various quarterings, 
etc., are distinguished by being given in ordinary type, and placed 
within square brackets. 

Occasionally it has been necessary to refer to Harl. MS. 5182, a 
small folio of 123 pages, which contains a number of the pedigrees 
entered at the Visitation of Cheshire in 1580. 

The present volume, as it stands, consists of the Visitation of Cheshire 
made in 1580, with the greater part, if not the whole, of the Visitation 



PKEFACE. Vll 

of Cheshire made in 1566, besides numerous additions and continuations 
variously dated, and a number of abstracts of deeds in illustration 
of some of the principal pedigrees, as well as drawings and descrip- 
tions of seals which are of considerable historical value. But, in refer- 
ring to the work, it must be borne in mind that it no doubt contains 
some entire pedigrees (as well as inserted generations and continuations 
of pedigrees) which are not to be found in the original Visitations. 
Indeed, this is the case with very many existing copies of the Heralds' 
Visitations of the various Counties. Had it been possible to compare 
the proofs with the official copy of the Visitation in the College of 
Arms this difficulty might have been entirely obviated, and it is to be 
regretted that such a course was found impracticable, as the value of 
this collection would have been considerably enhanced, and its usefulness 
greatly extended, if the Editor had been allowed this privilege. 

No attempt has been made to correct the many obvious errors into which 
the herald or the copyist has fallen, the Editor's chief aim having been 
to see that the manuscripts were carefully reproduced in print. It may 
be well to point out that the list of The Names of all and singular Knights, 
Esquires, Gentlemen, & Freeholders in Com. Cestrice in 1579, which begins at 
page 7, though generally correct, is very incorrect so far as Macclesfield 
Hundred (page 9) is concerned. The names, however, in that hundred of 
the County have been printed in Mr. Eaewakee's History of East Cheshire, 
vol. i., page 17, in a corrected form, from another copy of the same list of 
Knights, Esquires, etc., preserved in Harl. MS. 1988. Some of the errors 
in the present copy are likely to mislead, and should therefore be noticed 
here: thus, John Graunge "of Shocklich" should be "of Chorley;" 
" John Birtelley of Birtelley, g." should be "John Birtles of Birtles, gent. ;" 
"Edward Bowster, gen." should be "Edward Broster, gent.;" Henrie 
Pownall " of Hatherie " should be " of Hawthorn ;" William Baskervile 
" of Owlwithought " should be " of Old Withington ;" Thomas Ward " of 
Morthbury" should be "of Norbury;" Robert Ryley "of Chockley" 
should be " of Chorley ;" etc. ; but a slight knowledge of Cheshire names 
will enable the reader to use the other parts of the list without difficulty. 

It has not been thought necessary to print here the Transcript of 
Domesday or the Recensio Terras Tenentium, named in the Official 
Catalogue of the Harleian MSS. ; but, instead of these documents, 
a copy of the whole of what is generally known as the Visitation of 
Cheshire in 1533, taken from Harl. MS. 2076, f. 11, and the whole of the 



Vlll 



PREFACE. 



fragmentary MS. of Chaloner's Visitation of the City of Chester in 1591, are 
given in the Appendix. 

These two fragments are described in the Official Catalogue of the 
Harleian Manuscripts, already referred to, in the following terms : — 

"2076 [folio 11]. 

" 13. A Visitation made in Lancashire, & in a parte of Cheetershire, per Lan- 
castre Heraulde, in the 24th yeare of King Henry VIII., by a specialle Comicion 
of Thomas Benalt alias Clarencieux King at Armes of the same Province {sic). 

" This seems to be the Original, and "William Fellowe perhaps was Lancaster- 
Herald at the time, who set forth the severall Descents, Narratively, as the Heraldical 
People say." 

"2163 [folio 71]. 

" 8. Fragment of the Original Visitation-book of the Cittye of Chester, taken 
a.d. 1591, by Thomas Chaloner for the Office of Armes; and seeming never to 
have been finished. 71. 

" Fragments of this very Book appear in divers others. See No. 2161, fol. 236,* 
and in the present MS., 11 c. 

" The Pedegrees in this Tract are taken narratively ; and some of the Magistrates 
who gave the Information touching their respective Families have subscribed their 
Names to the same." 

The List of the Visitations of Cheshire appended will be found of 
use in cases of reference : — 

CHESHIRE. 
Heralds' Visitations. 

Where deposited. 
Brit. Mus., Had. MS. 2076, f. 11. 
Coll. of Arms, MS. D. 3 ; E. D. N. 17.t 
Queen's Coll. Oxf., MS. F.10,No. 70. 
Brit. Mus., Earl. MS. 1505. 

1421, f. 12*. 

5182. 

Coll. of Arms, MS. E. D. N., No. 17. 

MS. I. D. xiv. 

Chetham Lib., MS. 6694, f. 133. 



Brit. M.vs., Hart. MS. 2163, f. 71-87. 

Harl. MS. 1535, f. 35. 

Coll. of Arms, MS. C. 6. 
MS. C. 38. 



Date. 
1533. 
1566-7. 


By whom made. 
Benolte. 
Flower and Cooke. 


1580. 


Flower and Glover. 


















1591. 
1613. 


Chaloner {frag, of Original 
Visitation of the City of 
Chester). 

S' George. 


1663. 


Dugdale. 



* [Where only one leaf occurs. — J. P. R.] 

f E. D. N. (i.e. Edn-ard, Duke of Norfolk) collection No. 17 is a copy of the Visitations of 
Cheshire in 15C6-7 and 1580, with the pedigrees joined together. At the end of the MS. there 
is an imperfect copy of the Visitation of 1580, with the arms painted. 



PREFACE. ix 

This List has been compared with the various MSS. by the Eev. 
R. L. Clarke, Librarian of Queen's College, Oxford; George E. Cokayne, 
Esquire, Clarenceux King of Arms; and Mr. Richard Hanby, of 
the Chethain Library, Manchester, and to these gentlemen I desire to 
tender my thanks for their assistance. 

Regarding the Cheshire Visitations, it is only necessary to remark 
here that, hitherto, not one of them has appeared in print. 

The Frontispiece to the present volume, the plate at page 1, and 
the two plates of the most curious and interesting seals and arms in 
the Manuscript, have been reproduced in photo-lithography from care- 
fully made drawings, and these illustrations will, it is hoped, add 
interest to the volume. The work of transcribing the MS. and making 
these drawings has been entrusted to Mr. J. Eedes, and he has per- 
formed the task with his usual care and accuracy. 

J. P. R. 



Middle Temple, 
June, 1882. 



References to tl)e plates. 



The Frontispiece (to face the title) : — 

The Royal Arms impaling the Arms of the County of Chester dimidiated. 
The State Sword of the County Palatine of Chester. 
The Arms of the Eight Barons of the County Palatine. 

The Vignette (page 1): — 

Badge of Edward VI. as Prince of Wales.* 
Arms of the Prince of Wales. 
Arms of the Dukedom of Cornwall. 
Arms of the Earldom of Chester. 

Plate I. (page 13) : — 

Fig. 1. Seal of De Luzors .... 

„ 2. Arms from the seal of John de Arderne 

„ 3. Arms from the seal of William de Bromley 

„ 4. Arms from the seal of Richard de Bromley t 

„ 5. Ancient Arms of Bromley . 

6. Seal of Hugh de Dutton 

„ 7. Seal of Eve de Audeley 

„ 8. Seal of Richard Bacon . 

„ 9. Seal of Randolph, Earl of Chester 

„ 10. Seal of Henry de Aldithlegh . 

„ 11. Seal of Richard Massy . 

„ 12. Seal of Roger de Montbegon 

,, 13. Seal of Philip de Orreby 

„ 14. Seal of Margaret Legh, nie. Danyers 

„ 15. Seal of Thomas Chaworth . 

„ 16. Seal of Philip Bamville 

„ 17. Seal of Robert de Pulford . 



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91. 


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160. 


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160. 


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182. 


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188. 


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200. 


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201. 


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212. 


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251. 



This may be intended for Queen Elizabeth's Badge as Princess of Wales and Countess of 



Chester. 



t The same arms appear on the seal of William de Chetilton, page 89. 



XI] 



REFERENCES TO THE PLATES. 



Plate II. (page 13) : — 

Figs. 1 and 2. Arms and Crest of Audley 
Fig. 3. Arms and Crest of Gilbert de Bostock 
Figs. 4, 5, and 6. Arms and Crests of Boydell 
Fig. 7. Crest of Honford and Brereton 
„ 8. Arms and Crest of Bromhall 
„ 9. Arms, Crest, and Supporters of Done 
„ 10. Crest of Egerton (?). 
„ 11. Crest of Grosvenor (?) 
„ 12. Arms from the seal of William Hole 
„ 13. Crest of Legh (?) . 
„ 14. Arms and Crest of Baguley 
„ 15. Arms and Crest of Venables 
„ 16. Arms and Crest of Warburton 
„ 17. Arms of Barley 
„ 18. Arms of Winstanton ( ?) . 
„ 19. Arms of Winstanton ( ?) . 



Pages 19, 90, 92. 
Page 26. 

32. 

45. 

73. 

85. 

95. 
107. 
123. 
147. 
150. 
227. 
237. 
238. 
254. 
254. 







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A.D. 1580. 



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v [Harl. MS. 1424, fo. 2, and Harl. MS. 1505, fo. 1.] 

[Ox the margins of this and the nest page there are drawings of the following- 
traditional armorial bearings : — 

I. A shield couche surmounted by an esquire's (sic) helmet, with a mantlet 
Azure, lined Ermine. 
Arms. — Azure, a wolf's head erased Argent. 

Crest. — On a wreath a wolf 'passant Argent. Hugh Lupus, first Earl 
of Chester. 
II. Gules, semee of cross-croslets Or, a wolfs head erased Argent. Richard, 
second Earl. 
,111. Gules, a lion rampant Argent. Randolph Meschines, third Earl. 
IV. Gules, a lion rampant Or. Randolph Gernons, fourth Earl. 
V. Azure, six garbs, 3, 2, and 1 Or. Hugh Keveliok, fifth Earl. 
VI. A shield couche, surmounted by em esquire's helmet, with a mantlet [Azure] 
lined Ermine. 
Arms. — Azure, three garbs Or, banded Gules. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Or, a garb gold, banded Gules. Randolph 
Blundeville, sixth Earl. 
VII. Azure, three garbs Or, banded Gates. [An error for, Or, three piles in point 
Gules.] John Scot, seventh Earl.] 

Brevis Abstract' Cronice Comita Con' Palatinat' [Cestrls!] a p'quisic'o'e 
ejusdem p' Hugone' Lupum sive Wulf Will'mj Coxquestoris xepotem. 
Advexti Die' Hugoxis in Angliam. 

M'r'dz q'd cum Will'mus Bastardus quern Edwardi Confessor Aduentf Comitis. 
p'pinquiore' hseredem Regni Anglie signauarat et postea Res 
efficitur venit in Angliam quidem miles no'ie Hugo, filius 
Margarets sororis p'dicti Will'mj. 

Dicti Will'm's in Conquestu suo dedit Oomitatti' CeBtriae Creatio Comitis 
p'dict' p'fato Hugoni ad Conquerendum et tenend' sibi & Cestnas. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Comes primus. 



Concessio Baroniaa 
de Halton. 



Fundatio Monastery 
sci' Warburgi Cestrias. 



Comes secund 8 . 



Comes terti". 



Ex pargamena valde 
Antiqua. 



Margi-et. 



Ranulpb 8 Will'us. 

3 Comes 

Cestrise. 



Ranulpb 1 de Rueland. 



heredibus suis acleo libere ad gladium sicut ipse Rex totam 
tenebat Angliam ad Coronam. 

Diet' vera Hugo suam post Creationem vixit Comes Comi- 
tat' p'dicti 40 annis Quiquidem Hugo dedit Cuidam Nigello 
Cognato suo Baroniam de Halton Tenendum sibi et heredib' 
suis p' servicium p'cedend' exercit' d'e'i Comitis in Walliam et 
ib'm vlt'm remanedu' et ea etiam de causa dedit eid' Nigello 
duo Foeda' milit' in Englefeild juxta Buthlam. Et fecit eum 
Constabularium Cestrias et Mariscallum suum Idemq' Hugo 
fundavit Monasterium s'c'i Warburgi Cestrise et habuit exitum 
Richardum. 

Richardus Alius Hugonis fuit Comes Cestriae p'dict' xj 
annis et obijt sine liberis Cui successit Ranulph's submers' fuit 
iste Richard' die 25° Novembris Anno 1120. 

Ranulphus fili 3 Margaretae sororis diet' Hugonis 
fuit Comes octo annis et habuit exitum Ranulphu' de 
isto Ranulpho primo Cogno'i'e Meschems, vide infra. 
Tp'e Will'mi regis Angliye cogno'i'e Bastardi erat quid' inf 
Anglos p'potens princeps Ranulpb 3 de Meschins qui non ta' 
no'i'e p° casteris eminebat q m virtute et potestate. Qui p' 
Consiliu' Regis predict' Concessa est tota terra de Stainesmore 
et infra qu a m aliem nup' p'oceupaverunt. Si p' ej s fortitu- 
dinem et victoria' a Regno p'fati Regis expelli potuissent 
Accepta ; fortitudinem & plurum vnitam multitudine Egress 8 
est cu' eis diet' Ranulph 8 q' latratos expulsos et no'i'a eor' 
om'o delevit. Qui statim feofavit "Will'm de Meschins fr'em 
ei s in tota terra de Coupland, alt'rum fr'em ei s Galfrid 8 no'i'e in 
terr' de Gellesland. Insup' et alias qu a m plurimos infra Com' 
Cumbr' et extra. De quibus vni 8 Waldei 8 no'i'e in tempore 
illo nianus habebaf inter quos illi mouit p'atici palata necnon 
valos infra terrain de Anand' et extra vt Credimus q a m 
plurimos feoffauit Qui statim fecit D'm Regem Anglise con- 
firmare o'es illos quos ipse feoffaverat in tanta libertate quanta 
a Rege exorsi rogare. D'n's a Ran' retinuit, Si totum Com' 
cum tota regalitate necnon principitatem et durand' p' tempora 
multa. In tanta libertate p' voluntate Regis et confirmac'o'is 
ac si alter Rex in eod' Rege intra ilia Regnavit partis post- 
modu' aliq a ntis temporibus. Rogavit eum D'ns Rex vt cum 
potestate sua q'd Marchiones in Chestrscire bellu' adiret q' 
illam terram nuper possederant. Qui mandat Regis Consensu' 
p'bens cu' illi dimicatur' advent'. Et dimittis o'ib 3 de terra 
ilia p'sequ'do o'es fugavit Cui p' victoria dedit Rex totam ilia' 
p'vincia', et in ea principale' comitat' p'mo instituit Ipsum in 
Comitem et principem Imp'petuum reliquit Qui Comitatu 
Combriae D'no Rege relinquens in p'vinciam Cestrscire p' 
temp' aliquot vitam quietam duxit et ibi mortis debitum 
p'solvens Sepult 8 est in quadam Abbatia q'd ipse fundavit. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 3 

Eanulphus secund 9 fuit Comes Comitat' p'dict' 28 annis ot Comes quart", 
habuit exitum Hugoneni secundum. 

Ilugo cogno'i'e Kiuiliock, fuit Comes Comitat' p'dict' 29 et Comes quint', 
habuit exitus quatuor filias viz. Matildam Mabillam Agnetem 
et Hauisiam necnon Ranulphum tertium. 

Rauulphus terti 8 fuit Comes Cestrise predict' necnon Comes Comes sextus. 
Lineolnia? et Riehniondias ac D'n's Britannia? minoris et vixit 
comes 51 annis. Qui quidem Ranulph 8 fundavit Monasterium 
de Lacress et fecit castra de Beeston et Chartley et obijt sine 
liberis quo Dcfuncto. 

Joh'es Scotus fili 3 David Comitis Anguisise et Huntingtoniae Cornea vij et ultimus. 
ex prefat' Matildas sororis p T dicti Ranulphi fact' fuit Comes 
Cestrise et Huntington. 

Qui quidem Joh'es obijt sine liberis apud Darnall et 
sepelitur apud Monasterium Cestrise Quo defuncto Henr' Rex 
Anglias terti 3 sumpsit Com' Chestriae p'dictum in manus suas 
Eo q'd Comitat 3 ilia reguli prerogativa gaudebat, ne tarn Cau sa ex qua comitat' 

CcstrifE dGvcnit in 

prseclara Dominat 8 inter colos dividi contingerat Diet' q' manus D'ni Regis. 

Henric 3 Rex constituit Edwardum primogenitum suum in 

principem "Walliae in Comit' Cestrise, D'm Gasconij et Hibernian 

&c. Ac dedit quatuor sororibus p'fati Ranulphi tertij alias 

terras. 

1. Predicta Matilda nupta predicto David Comiti Scotij de 
qua p'cessit p'fat 8 Joh'es Scot qui vltimus fuit Comes Chestria? 
antiqu"m Com. predict' in man 3 Regis devenit. 

2. Mabilla soror secunda nupta fuit Comiti Arundell de 
qua p'cesserunt i filia. 

3. Agnetis soror' p r dictar' tertia nupta fuit Will'mo fferraris 
seniore de qua processit Will'm's Comes Darbies. 

4. Hauisa nupt' fuit Robt. Quincy Comiti Wintonia? ex 
p'cessit Margerie Comitissa Lmcolnire quern Joh'es Lacy duxit 
in vxorem. 

Et sciend' est q'd Comitat' Flint p'tinet ad Dignitatem P'cella dignitatis 
gladij Cestriae p'dicti et quod Comitat 3 ille devenit in man' ° J 
p'dicti D'ni Regis modo p'dicto circa Annu' D'ni 1237 et 
abinde in manib' successor' ipsi 3 Regis et principium Walliaj 
remansit. 

Et q'd Comitat' Cestriaa p'dict' in Parliamento tent' apud Comitat' Cestrise fact' 
Westin' Anno Regni Regis Ric. 2 di xxi° fact' fuit in principatum. fuit in P rinci P atum - 

Necnon q'd in An xxi° p'dicti nup r Regis Ric'i s'c'di idem Creatio de Le Herald 
nup' Rex creavit et prefecit dilectu' sibi Will'm Burghes chester - 
Heraldum suum ad Arma ac ipsum Chester Le Herald nomi- 
navit p' l'ras ip'ius nup' Regis patentes sub sigillo principal 
suj p'dicti Dat' apud Chester vij Junij An xxi° Regni Regis 
p'dicti. 



4 



TEE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Cfie <§mealocj;£ of tljt Carles of Cluster* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 3. Hail 1505, fo. 2.] 

Arms. — Quarterly— 1 and 4. Azure, three garbs Or. 2 and 3. Azure, a wolf's head 

erased Argent. 
Crest. — In a ducal coronet a garb Or, banded Gules. 
Supporters. — Two wolves Argent. 

Mantled Azure, doubled Ermine. 



Robert Duke of=pHarletta d. to a burgess of=pHellowin, first husbaud 



Normandy. 



Falois in Normandy. 



to Herletta. 



Will'm Conqueror, Kinge 



of England. 



Edwin Earle of 
March Chester 
& Lineolne. 



Richard Earle of Aurenches^ 
& Viscount of Albania. 



I 

-Emma. 



John de r 

Bolron 

[Bohun]. 



=Margrett. Hugh Luph 5 [Z/Kj;«s]=pArnietrida 



2. Lneia=Rannlph 1= 

Countes Meschins 

of Lin- the 3 Earle 

colne of Chester 

widow to obi j 1 1 1 30 . 
Roger 
Romarc. 



\. Mauld 
daughter 
to Aubery 
de Vere. 



the first Earle of 


Normanna. 


Chester, obijt 1109. 




-'1 1 
Richard the=Mauld Robert, 


1 
Otwell, 


2 d Earle of sister to Abbott 


Tutor 


Chester King of S' 


to the 


drowned in Stephen. Edmonds- children 


an" 1120. bury. 


of K. 




Henry I 




obijt 




1120. 



Will'm de Romare- 
Earle of Lincoln. 



Ranulph2, Gernons the=pAlice daughter to Robert 



fourth Earle of Chester 
obijt 1152. 



Consul Earle of Glocester. 



I Li', i.-a married to 
Gilbeu de Gaunt. 



Hugh 2, Keuiliock y e iift=pBeatrix daughter to Richard 
Earle of Chester obijt 1181. Lord Lucy Justice of England. 



1. Constance=Ranulph 3, Blonde-=2. Clemence=[3.] Margret Mauld married 
d. & heire to vile, Earle of de Ferrers. d. to Humfr. to David Earle 

Conan Earle Chester & Lineolne Bohun Earle of Anguishe & 

ofBritaine obijt 1232. of Heref. Huntington. 

& Richmond. =f= 

I 

■7 | 

John Scot ye last Earle of=Jane daughter to Lewellin 

Chester obijt 1237. Prince of Wales. a 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 



I 

Mabcll married to 
Will'm Earle of 
Arundell. 



Hugh E. of 
Arundell 
sans issue. 



Agnes mar. to W m Ferrers 
who had with her the 
manner of (.'hartley. 



Isabell, vxo* 
Jn° Fitzallen. 



Will'm Earle 
of Ferrers 
& Darby. 



Havissa married to Robert 
Quincy who had with her the 
Earledome of Lincolue. 



Margaret married to John 
Lasey Baron of Halton 
Earle of Lincolne. 



CIjc Barons of JMton, Constable* of €fjcstn\ 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 3 b . Harl. 1505, lb. 2".] 

Hildebert de Lacy, D'ns de Blackburnshire et Pountfact.=p 
Arms. — Quarterly Or and Gules, a bend Sable, over 
all a label of five points Argent 



Robert de Lacy, fundator priorat' de=pMatildis Comitissa Gilbert' 
Pontfret & Mithall [Nuthall]. de Perchc. de Lacy. 



Ilenricus de Lacy=j=Abbreda filia Will'm=pEud. D'ns de Luzors 



fundator Abbatiam 
de Kirkstall. 



Peverell co. Notting- 
ham. 



[second husband]. 
Arms. — Or, a chief Azure. 



Rob't de Lacy dedit patrimonium sua sororis suas 
filijs et in monasterium sese abdidit. 



Eustaci 8 D'ns de Burgavile. : 
Arms. — Or, a lion ram- 
pant Purpure. 



Nigell 3 de Aurenges Baro de Halton- 
Constabular" & Mariscalli 5 Oesfcrise. 
Arms. — Gules, four fusils (or 
almonds) in pale Or. 



Carolus. Joti'es de Buvgalia : 
D'ns de Pembrook. 



Adelicia Eustaci 9 . Will'm Fiznigell funda tor 
Britanna. priorat' de Norton. 



Beatrix, f. &= 
hasres D'ni 
Vesy. 



: Eustaci s fiz John Baro- 
de Halton et Coastal >. 
Cestriae. 



: Agnes filia 

natu 

maxima. 



Matildis nupta WilTus 
Alberto D'no infans 
Grelle. mortuus. 



Will'm's 
D'n'sde 

Vessy. 



Galfrid Fiz 
Eustace, prior 
de Norton. 



I 



Richard Fitz Eustace=pAlbreda D'na de Halton & 



ante patrem mortuus. 



Pountfract. 
Lascy. 



Hanes Rob't de 



6 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Robert 3 . 


1 

Maria nupta 


Joh'es (cogno'is)=pAgnetis 


1 
Albreda 


Richardus 


— 


Rob'to Alford 


Constabulis 


soror 


vx r 


occisus in 


Henrici 


Militi. 


Cestrise fundator 


Will'mi 


Henrici 


Wallia. 


prior de 




Abbatias de 


Comitis 


Basset. 




Norton. 




Stanlow. 


Albomarlise 







Albertus de Lacy puis 3 Anglia et Xormandia 
p'p'ter transgressionem Adyersus Regern ob 
sparsos rumores de Rege quasi nepotem suum 
Arthurum Britanias Ducem secreto interfici 
mandasset. 



Margareta 

monialis. 



Ricard 3 Rob't de 

occisus Lacy de 

in Flam- 

Wallia. borough. 



Joh'es Lacym Cypro=pAlicia soror & Agnes 

Insula mortuus. cohasres .... nupta 

Mandeville D'no 

Co. Essexise. Monhalt. 



I 
Roger cogno'is Hell, Constab. 
Cestriffi duxit Matildam de 
Clare soror's Thesaurarij 
Ebor's. 



I 

Galfrid 3 Fili John hseres terfcij partis comitis Essexias Roger 3 de Lacy, primo- 

mortu 8 est in guardia D'ni Regis et prolem reliquit. genit 3 occis 3 in terra 

z(s Sancta sine prole. 

Drawing of a circular shield, bearing the device on Plate I., Fig. 1. 

A shield of arms: — Quarterly of six — 1. Quarterly Or and Gules, a bordure 
Vair. 2. Gides, four almonds in pale Or. 3. Or, a chief Azure. 4. Quarterly 
Or and Gules, a bend Sable, over all a label of five points Argent. 5. Or, a lion 
rampant Pur-pure. 6. As the first. 



1. Margareta Quincj 
Comitissa Lin- 
colne vxor prima. 



: Joh'es Lascy Comes Lin- 
colnie Baro de Halton et 
Constabul. Cestrias 
fundator Abbatias de 
Whalley. 



■2. Alicia filia Robert 3 fiz Roger, 
D'ni Gil- D'ns de Claver- 
berti de inge fundator 
Aquila uxor Abbatias de 
secunda. Langley. 



I 



Edmund 3 D'ns=pAlicia que 
de Lacy, mor- 
tuus ante 
patrem. 



Reginavocabitur 
filia Marchionis 
Salutiar'. 



Matilda vx. Rich, 
de Clare Comitis 
quo Cestrias. 



I 
Idonia nupta 
Rogero D'no 
Camville. 



Joh'es Baro 
de Clavering. 



Margreta- 

filia & 

hasres 

Will'mi 

Comitis 

Sar'. 



: Henric' de Lacy 7 
Comes Lincolnias 
& Alice {sir) 
Anglioe Justicia- 
rius in Ecclesia 
Paulina London 
sepultus. 



-Joanna f. 
& hasres 
Will'mi 
D'ns Mar- 
tin de 
Camois. 



Elenor 

ux. 

Eubolo 

Domini 

Strange. 



Edmund 
Lacy in 
prima 
astat's 
mortuus. 



Joh'es 
Lacy in 
prima 
astat's 
mor- 
tuus. 



Margreta 
de Lacy 
vx r Will'm 
Domini de 
Cantelup. 



Edmund 3 Lacy in prima 
astat's mortuus subiners 8 
in Arce Denbigh. 



Joh'es de Lacy 
in prima astat's 
mortuus. 



Alicia Comitissa Lin- 
colnias nupta fuit 
Thomas Comiti Lan- 
castrian & obijt s. prole. 



Joanna in 
prima astate' 
mortua. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



K\ft 

#amcs of all anti singular 3&mcjf)t$, Csquirts, 
Gentlemen, $c fftttljototvx in Com, Cestriae. 



An 1579, 22° Eliz. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 7. Harl. 1505.] 

Broxton ©unJJrcU. 

1580. 



S r Ralph Egerton, Knight, Sherriffe of the Shire. 



S r Hugh Cholmondley of Cholmondley, 

Knight. 
S r George Calvelet of Lea, Knight. 
S r Randoll Breretox of Mallpas, Knight. 
S r George Cliff of Huxley, Knight. 
Rafe Duttox of Hatton, Esquire. 
Thomas Grosvenor of Eaton, Esquire. 
Richard Brereton of Eccleston, Esquire. 
John Massy of Coddington, Esquire. 
David Massy of Broxton, Esquire. 
S r George Beeston of Beeston, Knight. 
John Manley of Pulton, Esquire. 
Richard Massey of Aldford, gent. 
Robert Massey of Edgerley, gent. 
Richard Massey of Grafton, gent. 
Vrian Dodd of Edge, gent. 
Peter Dodd of Broxton, gent. 
William Chantrell of the Baites, gent. 
George Bostock of Churton, gen. 
John Hanky of Churton, gen. 
William Barneston of Churton, gen. 
George Low, yeoman. 
Richard Bostock of Barton, gen. 
Randoll Dodd, gent. 
John Stringer of Crew, gen. 
Randoll Brereton of Kiddington, gen. 
Piers ffilkin of Tattcnhall, gen. 
John Heath of Overton, gen. 
Thomas Calcott of Calcott, gen. 
William Mierson of ffarnton, gen. 
John Yardley of Calcott, gen. 
Thomas Dodd of Cholmondley, gen. 
Ik'iiH Dodd of Cholmondley, gen. 
Thomas Ball of Byckley. 



~r 



Thomas Sparrow of Byckley, gen. 

John Whrigiit, yeoman. 

John Crew of ffarnton. 

Roger Dodd of Broxton. 

George Byrd of Broxton. 

Thomas Booth of Cholmondley. 

Hugh Rode of Cholmondley. 

John Rosing reve of Hargreve. 

William Cotgreve of Hargreve. 

Thomas Moulson of Hargreve. 

David Povey of Shocklach. 

Robert Buckley of Bickerton. 

Owen Stocton of Kiddington. 

John Lloid of the same place, yeoman. 

John Gathered of the same place, yeo- 
man. 

William Brereton of the Nonry, gen., 
now of Honford. 

John Aldersey of Croke Aldersey, gen. 

John Horton of Aldersey, yeoman. 

Robert Aldersey of Croke Aldersey. 

Phillip Aldersey of the same place. 

Oliver Walker of the same place. 

John Tilston of Huxley, gen. 

Raph Siddinghall, gen. 

Raph Huxley, gen. 

Tho. Dodd of Broxton, gen. 

William Carison of Bradley, gen. 

Tho. Hulme of Coddington, gen. 

James Dowmbell of Egerton, gen. 

Raphe Leech of Carden, gen. 

Peter Dodd of Shocklach. 

William Eyre of Tilston. 

Thomas Aldersey of Horton. 



8 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



John Aldersey of Agdon. 
John Gravenor of Tussingham. 
John Dawson of Tussingham. 
Raph Sound of Tussingham. 
Hugh Calveley of Buckley. 
Richard Bressy of Buckley, yo. 
Bartholme ffitton of Cawarden, gen. 
Thomas Bird of Broxton. 



John Kettle of Burwardesleigh 
Thomas Dodd of Boughton. 
Thomas Richardson. 
Hugh Davenport. 

Thomas Ball. 

Richard Ball. 

Randoll Maddock of Edge. 



jUanttotcf) 

S r Lawrence Smith of Hough, Knight. 
S r Raph Egerton of Wrynehill, Knight. 
S r Richard Cotton of Cumbernier, 

Knight. 
Henry Delues of Duddington, Esquire. 
Tho. Wilbram of Woodhey, Esquire. 
Tho. Hulse of Merbury, Esquire. 
Robt. ffoulshurst of Crew, Esquire, 
RiCH d Minshull of Minsliull, Esq r . 
George Smith of Weston, Esq r . 
Thomas Starky of Wrenbury, Esq r . 
Raph Delues of Hatherton, Esq r . 
Thomas Vernon of Haslington, Esq r . 
Henry Ropp of Stapeley, Esq r . 
John Griffin of Barderton, Esq r . 
*- Rich. Aston of Aston, gen. 

Tho. Minshull of Eardswick, gen. 
Tho. Deane of Worleston, gen. 
Robt. "Whitney of Colle, g.* 
John Brock of Leighton, g. 
John Brayne of Aston, g. 
-4 Hugh Aston of Aston, g. 

Rich. Weeyer of Poole, 3 [8]. 
Thomas Brindley of Willaston, g. 
John Prestland of Sondg [Sound], 3 [5]. 
Thomas Lecester of Poole, 3 [8]. 
John Crew of Hassall, 3 [8]. 
W m Allen of Brindley, g. 
George Huxley of Brindley, g. 
Rich. Wilbraham of Rees. 
Raph Horton of Colle, g. 
William Ithell of Burland. 



$tm»rcD. 

Thomas Gamul of Buirton. 

George Bickerton of Townley. 

Hugh Wicksted of Wicksted, g. 

Edmund Bickerton of Sound. 

Robert Au'gier of Augier, g. 

ffrances ffoulshurst of Shaw, g. 

Hugh Bromley of Northbury, g. 

John Woodnett of Sheuington, g. 

John Alexander of Willaston, g. 

Randulph Boulton of Hankeld. 

John Prachett of Worleston. 

Randoll More of Haslington, g. 

Richard Latham of Weston. 

ThomAs Adams of Atherton. 

ffrancis Maria Corbett, gen. 

Roger Walthall, g., 

Roger Masterson, g., 

John Leech, g., 

William Bromley, g., 

Thomas Clluton, g., 

Roger Mainwaring, g., 

Richard Wright, g., 

Henry Wright, Junior, 

Henry Wright, Senior, 

Robert Goodyer, 

Jasper Rutter, 

Richard Church, 

John Cheswons of Mikely, g. [Milkeley.] 

John Wibonbury, g. 

Rich. Stockton of Cholmoston, y. 

AVi lliam Salmon of Colelwye. 

Robert Burghes of Hatherton. 



► of Nantwich. 



* It is difficult to say whether these are the letter g or the figure 9, and what their exact 
signification is. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



9 



i*la.vfriID ©tmorrtj. 



S r Piers Ligh of Lyme, Knight. 
S r Edward ffitton of Goseworth, Knt. 
Sir Urian Ligh of Adlington, Knt. 
William Damport of Bromhall, Ebi f. 
Randoll Damport of Henbury, Esq r . 
Christopher Damport of Woodford, 

Esq r . 
John Warren of Poiuton, Esq r . 
Randoll Brereton of Hauforcl, Esq r . 
Thomas Stanley of Aklerley, Esq r . 
Ealfe Arderxe of Harden, Esq 1 ". 
W m Tatton of Withinsbaw, Esq 1 '. 
Richard Sutton of Sutton, Esq r . 
Roger Downes of Shrigley, Esq 1 '. 
William Dockenfeld of Dockenfeld, 

Esq 1 '. 
Robt. Hyde of Norbury, Esquire. 
John Ligh of Ridge, Esq 1 '. 
Phillip Worth of Tiderington, Esq 1 '. 
Thomas ffitton of Bollin, Esq 1 '. 
William Ward of Capestborne, gen. 
George Newton of Godley, gen. 
W m Mere of Pownall, gent. 
John Hollinworth of Hollingworth, 

gent. 
Lawrence Swetnam of Somerford, gent. 
Edward Henshaw of Henshaw, gent. 
John Henshaw of Milnehouse, gent. 
Richard Damport of Wbeltbrougb, g. 
John Graunge of Sbocklich. 
Randoll Winington of Offerton, g. 
James Rigeway of Offerton. 
John Birtelley of Birtelley, g. 
Edward Birtells de la Hill. 
Reignald Downes of Taxhall, g. 
Thomas Duncalf of ffoxwest, g. 
George Willett of ffoxsest, g. 
Geffery Mottershead of Mottcram. 

Ill ',11 MOTTERAM. 

Thomas Curbisley of Styall, g. 
Edward Hollinshead of Bosley, g. 
Edward Bowster, gen. 
Henrie Pownall of Eatherie. 
Randall Grastie of Wamford. 
Randoll Norbury. 



John ffallowes of ffallowes, g. 

W» Ward of Munksetb. 

William Baskeryile of Owlwithought. 

John Torkenton of Torkenton, gen. 

Roger Acton of Over Aklerley. 

Edward ffitton of Over Alderley. 

Edw. ffortrell (Joddrell) de ffandes- 

wicke [Yeardsley], 5. 
Robert Bridge of Bridge, g. 
Roger Ward of Somerford. 
Edward Astley of Astley. 
Thomas Ward of Morthbury. 
John Hobson of Over Alderley. 
John Sneston of Astell. 
Roger Massy of Ellerborow, g. 
Reignald Kelsall of Chedle. 
Robert Hollinworth of Hollinwortb. 
John Bretlands of Bretlands. 
Ralfe Redish of Hatterley. 
Tho. Pigott of Butley, g. 
Edward Newton. 
Tho. Massy of Addeswood. 
Tho. Stepleton of Upton, g. 
W m Sheyte [Shert] of Disley. 
Nicholas Hanford of Godley. 
Ralph Brodhurst of Simonley. 
Nic° Hichingbotham of Moorepoole. 
ffjkances Warren of Prestbuiy, gent. 
Thomas Shrygley of Beristow, g. 
Christopher Birrin de Baohe. 
Tho. Addeshead of Bbchencliff. 
John Barbor of Crokesbott. 
Randoll ffallowes of Astley. 
John Taylor of Dychbouse. 
Tho. Grene de la Water. 
Robert Thornicroft of Siddington. 
Gregory Okes of Somerford. 
Robert Ryley of Chookley. 
Roger Row of Maxfeld. 
Will'm Helley. 
John Johnson of Sutton. 
Ric. Ryley of Stockport. 
Francis Elcock, gent. 
Alexander Low. 
John Upton of Dynerow. 

c 



10 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



W B Sutton of Hamilton. 
W m Newton of ffulshaw. 
John Elcock of Stockport. 
W m Elcock of Stockport. 
Tho. Mottershed of Motteram. 
.... Sanley of Disley. 



John Robinson of Stockport. 
W m Dickenson of Stockport. 
Alexander Bradley of Butley. 
ffrancis Warren of Prestbury. 
Wm. Daiiport of Chorley. 



iHorrtjtotrf) 

\_ S r Tho. Venables of Kinderton, Knight, 
gr ^m Breeeton of Brereton, Knight. 
TIaxdoll Maixwaring of Pever, esq r . 
Henrie Maixwarixg of Carincham, esq r 
Charles Mainwaring of Croxton, esq 1 '. 
John Damport of Damport, Esq. 
John Morton of Morton, Esq 1 '. 
W™ Letersedge of Wheelock, esq 1 . 
Raxdoll Rode of Rode, esq r . 
John Lawton of Lawton, esq r . 
Tho. Winington of the Hermitage, esq'. 
Randoll Leftwich of Leftwich, Esq r . 
Richard Spencer of Congleton, Esq r . 
William Croxton of Ravenscroft, gen. 
Edward Cotton of Cotton, gen. 
Tho. Smethwik of Smethwike, gen. 
John Holford of Davenhain, gen. 
f. Ralph Bostock of Moulton, gen. 
Henry Bostock of Bostock, gen. 
William Thomlinson of Wharton. 
William Warton of Wimbaldesleigh. 
Ralph Hulse of Clive. 
Randoll Vernon of Pirle. 
James Browne of Hulse. 
Tho. Wyche of Davenham, gen. 






gttttBwB. 

John Cotton of Allostock. 
John Eaton of Goostree, gen. 
John Rode of Moresbarow. 
John Wrench of Shurlach. 
William Hollinshed of Buglawton. 
Thomas Birrin. 
Robert Rowley of Lawton. 
Roger Page of Yardeshawe. 
Richard Hatton of Hollins. 
Hugh Amson of Cranage. 
James Pigott of Somerford. 
PiAndoll Rode of Walhill. 
Johx Somerford of ffayrfeld, g. 
Humphrey Wolf of Pagebriclge lane. 
Hugh Hollinshead of Rollackdon. 
William Bradshaw of Peeuer. 
William Furnivall of Bradwall. 
Robert Pickmere of Davenham. 
Richard Weuerham of Lawton. 
John Burges of Buglawton. 
William Brodhurst. 
Hugh Fithion of Tetton. 
Randoll Ince of Minshull Vernon. 
John Wolfe. 



©BDrslmvi? 

Ralph Egerton of Ridley, Esquire. 
Ralfh Done of TJtkinton, Esquire. 
George Ireland of Crowton, Esquire. 
John Bruyn of Stapleford, Esq''. 
George Spurstow of Spurstow, Esq 1 '. 
Hugh Damport of Calveley, Esq 1 '. 
John Starky of Darley, Esq r . 
John Hocknell of Hocknell, Esq 1 '. 
Robert Mainwaring of Marton, Esq r . 



ii?tmOvrti. 

Thomas Mainwaring of Calveley, Esq r . 
John Egerton of Olton, Esq 1 '. 
William Prestland of Prestland, Esq 1 '. 
Thomas Rutter of Kingesly, gen. 
Richard Gerhard of Crewood, gen. 
Benedict Paynter of Barrow, gen. 
John Bressy of Tiverton, gen. 
John Aldersey of Spurstow, gen. 
Roger Hocknell of Duddon, gen. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



11 



Raph Bruyn of Tarvin, gen. 
John Treves of Horton, gen. 
Richard StoneleyoI' Alptam [Alpram],y. 
Richard Littler of Wallerscottes, gen. 
William ffrodesham of Elton, gen. 
William ffabbab of Acton, gen. 
Thomas Hall of Norley, gen. 
John Eaton of Sandyway, yeo. 
Richard Eire of Kelsall. 
Robert Ireland of Kingesley. 



Richard Srarke of Kingesley. 
Thomas Houghton of Houghton, gen. 
John Bostock of Torperley. 
David Hinton of Rushton. 
John Witter of Torperley, yeo. 
Richard Walley of Tiverton. 
Henry Hardware of Moldsworth, gen. 
David Caveley of Peckfarton. 
John Walley of Torperley. 



Witvtall 

S 1 ' Rowland Stanley of Hooton, Knt. 
George Mascy of Potington, Esq 1 '. 
John Poole of Poole, Esq r . 
William Hough of Leighton, Esq 1 '. 
Thomas Bonbury of Stanney, Esq r . 
William Glegg of Gaiton, Esq v . 
John Whitmore of Thurstanton, Esq 1 '. 
John Hocknell of Prenton, Esq 1 '. 
Robert Parr of Bakeford, Esq r . 



John Meles [Miles] of Meles, gen. 
John Netherland, gen. 
Christopher Bennett of Saugall. 
Robert Bould of Upton, gen. y 
Thomas Doe of Saugall. 
John Kirkes of Lea. 
William Lancaster of Newton. 
Richard Coventry' of Mullington. 
John Cawde of Great Neston. 



BuchloU) 

\ S r John Savage of Rock Savage, Knt. 

Peter Warburton of Arely, Esq 1 '. 

John Dutton of Dutton, Esq 1 '. 

William Lecester of Toft, esq 1 '. 

Thomas Brooke of Norton, esq r . 

Piers Lecester of Tabley, Esq 1 '. 
I Thomas Aston of Aston, Esq r . 

George Brereton of Ashley, Esq r . 

John Mere of Mere, esq 1 . 

George Booth of Dunham, esq 1 '. 

Edward Ligh of Baguley, esq r . 

W m Marbury of Marbury, csq r . 

Tho. Ligh of High Ligh, Esq 1 '. 

Richard Ligh of High Ligh, Esq 1 . 

John Domvile of Lim, esq 1 . 

Thomas Starry of Stretton, Esq 1 '. 

John Grymsdich of Grymsdich, Esq 1 '. 
> John Daniell of Daresbury, Esq r . 

Robt. Tochett of Whitley, esq'. 

William Massey of Denfeld, gen. 

John Harcourt of Wyncham, gen. 



3i>unDrcD. 

Alexander Hulme of Meyre, gen. 
William Arderne of Timperley, gen. 
Thomas Starky of Stretton, gen. 
Richard Venables of Agdon, gen. 
Crowner — John Millington of Milling- 
ton, gen. 
Richard Marbury of Walton, gen. 
Richard Ligh of Swinehead, gen. 
John Hayes of Litley, gen. 
Rob* Venables of Antrobus, gen. 
Laurence HATTONof Kirsty birches, gen. 
John Gleyve of High Ligh, gen. 
Edward Harper of ... . 
John Wilkinson of ... . 
Robert Jamin of Norton. 
William Normancell of Chelford. 
William Axtuobus of Chelford. 
Hamon Warburton of Carrington, gen. 
Thomas Ceosbt. 
Hugh <'kosby. 
William Burges of Knuttesford. 



12 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



John Grymsdich of Hollaro, gen. 

William Malbon of Budworth. 

Eichard Hesky of Ashley. 

Thomas Harper of More, yeo. 

Thomas Grymsdich of Apleton, gen. 

Peter Hill of Apleton. 

John Middlehurst of Lachford. 

Eichard Darden of Baguley. 

Eichard Savage of Bentshaw. 

William Ligh of Oughtrington, gen. 

Edmund Bridrit of Brownes croft. 

John Markencropt of Thelwall. 

Eichard Hunt. 

William Tipping of Hall. 

John Massy of Thelwall. 

Eichard Allen of Over Whitley. 

Eaph Massy. 

John Millington of Knuttesford. 

John Grymsdich of Newton. 

John Starry. 

John Thomlinson. 

Eaph Mascy of Hall. 

John Partington of Partington. 



George Parker of Altrincham. 

Edward Huett of Tatton. 

John Yowley of Marston. 

John Aston of Wolstanscroft. 

William Leader of Hale. 

Eichard Grantham. 

Thomas Golden. 

George Massey. 

Thomas Minshull of Eycroft. 

Eichard Whright of Ashley. 

John Saunder of Bowden. 

Lawrence Massy of Timperley. 

Thomas Vawdrey of Bowden. 

Thomas Heath of Weston. 

William Drinckwater of Stathom. 

Thomas Twenbrook of Groppenhall. 

John Massy of the Wast. 

Hugh Wilmote of Meire. 

John Bradburne. 

Eandoll Hurst of Stathom. 

Thomas Walter of Apleton. 

John Sutton of Great Budworth, yeo. 



Wi$xtd£\on uf ollioslnre, 1580. 







imntatum of (Llu^Utrc 1580 



Flate ' 






aiumcp of SUtiraep anti oi ^puvstoto* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 12\ Harl. 1505.] 

Asms.— Chiles, on a lend engrailed Argent between two einqmfoils Or, three leopards' 

faces Vert. 
Cbbst.— A demv-griffin segreant Gules, beaked and legged Or, issuing from a plume 

of five ostrich feathers of the last. 

Hcnrie Aldersey of Aldersey=p. ... d. to ... . HockenhuH of 



in Com. Cestr. 



HockenhuH platt. 



John =pAune d. to Rob 1 2 <1= 



Aldersey 

of Alder- 
sey. 



Tho" Del- 
bird of" 
Clopton in 
Cheshire. 



son. 



. . d. Hugh=j=Margaret d. Rio d Aldersey 
to ... . of Picton in 

Bambell of Cheshire mar. 

Goseworth d. to 

Cotegrev of 
Hargrave. 



to ... . Aldersey 
Malbon. Alder- 
man of 
Chester. 



Thorn 5 Aldersey of Will'm 
Chester mar. 2 d son. 

Cicely d. to . . . . 
Garnett. 



Margrett maried first 
to Henry Bonbury of 
Stanney & after to 
Sir Rowland Stanley. 



Raph Aldersey of 
Picton mar. Jane 
d. to Will'm Good- 
man of Chester. 



r 



W m mar. Thomasin Lawrence John. "W m Hugh 

d. to . . . . Terry of now in — Aldersey. sans 

"Wistaston. ^Ethiopia. Richard. issue. 



Ellin ux 1 ' Raph 
[Jocomiti] 
Jaconim of 
Chester Drap r . 



Jn° Aldersey=y=Anne d. to Hugh 
of Spurstow. Aston of Aston 
grene. 



Thorn 3 Aldersey of London died an'o 1599, 
mar. Alice d. to Rich. Calthrop of Antingham 
in Norfolke. 



Alice mar. to 
Tho 9 Moulson 
of HargraTe. 



ElenC vxo r W m Anne vxo r W m Katherin Elizab. vx r Jno. 
Bebington. Bickley rxo r .... Egerton of 

[Bric/dey]. Cotton. Cristleton. 



Ranulph =pAnne d. to Robt. Cowper John Aldersey of London=Anne d. to *<><«»< 
Aldersey. widow to Jn° Dodd. heire to Tho 9 his uncle. Low of London. 



John Aldersey. 



Thomas 2' 1 sonne. 



14. THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

aifctrstp of JHititile SPfowsep. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 13.] 

Arms. — Quarterly— I and 4. Gules, on a bend engrailed Argent, between lieu 
cinque/oils Or, three Jeopards' faces Vert. 2 and 3. Sable, three standing 
dishes Argent. [Standish.] 

Peter Aldersey of Aldersey .=f. ... d. to ... . Massy of Coddington. 



John Aldersey.=f Hargretfc d. to . . . . Pilkinton of Lancashire. 
I 

John Aldersey of=pAlice d. and heire to Sir Christopher Standysh 
Middle Aldersey. of Duxbery in Lancashire. 



John Aldersey of Middle Aldersey=p Jone d. to John Massy 



living anno 15G6. 



of Broxton. 



r i 

Thomas Aldersey.=pJane d. to Michaell Ligon of Worcestersh. Margrett. 



riii i 

Thomas. Edward. John. William. Robert. 



aicjcanlitr of Wistaston, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 13 b . Harl. 1505.] 

Arms. — Barry of ten Argent and Azure, a lion rampant Gules, holding a battle-axe 
Or, the blade charged with a cross pattee of the third. 

Nicholas Alexander^ Elizabeth d. to Nice [Nico'] Minshull 



of Dover. 



a younger brother of Minshull. 



1. Alice d.=j=John Alexander=2. Sibell d. Margretmar. to W m Bromley of 

to Henry 



Sparke of 
Nantwich. 



of Wistaston to Thomas Nantwich Comptroller to the 

living 1580. Reader of Earle of Darby. 

Kent. =f 



John Nicholaus Margrett married Ellin mar. to Roger Will'm Bromley of 
sans sans issue, to Ric. Walthall. Wetnall of Coppnall. Darnford neare 
issue. =p Nantwich. 

_J 

Alexander Walthall. Roger Walthall. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



15 



aipram* 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 13".] 

Arms. — Azure, crusily, and three, eagles displayed Or. 

Mathew do Alprara.=rEva d. to . . . . 



Alice. 



Worrall 
vx r Kobt. 
Trcfford. 



Ellen vx r 
Robt. souue 
to Rich'd 

Wetteiihall. 



Amy vx. Robt. 
sonne to John 
Wettenhall. 



Katherin 

W W" 
Claxton. 



Sibell vx r 
W m sonne 
to John 
Wetten- 
hall. 



Jane vx r 
John 
Ligh of 
High- 
ligh. 



Ostein oi Piston, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 14.] 



sC 



Asms.— Quarterly— 1. Per chevron Sable and Argent. 2. Argent, a bend between 
six bees volant, Sable. [Beeston.] 3. Per chevron Vert and Ermine, a 
chevron engrailed counlerchanged. [Stoke.] 4. Quarterly— Argent and 



Gules, in the senna! and third quarters a fret Or 
estoile Or, within the horns of a crescent Argent. 



on a fess nebule Sable, three hares' heads Ui 
chevron engrailed Sable, a chief of the second. 
Crest. — An ass's head couped Argent. 



DUTTON.] 5, 
MlNSHULL.] 



Azure, an 
G. Argent, 



[Harwell.] 7. Argent, a 



Warren de Burwardsleyv 



Ran doll Stoke of=pRose d. to 
Stoke. Minshull. 



Alice vx r Mabel] Margery Henry ' 

S r Walter vx r . . . . vx r . . . . Beeston. 

Bromley. Beisin. Leighton. 

--f- = r ^ 



Randoll=rBeatrix d. to 



Stoke. 



John Caddington. 



Warren de Besine. 



S r Tho s =j= Richard Aston ; 

Beisine. of Aston. 



William Beeston.^ Isabell d. & heire. 
I 

John Beeston.=pMargrett d. & heire of 
. . . Hulgreve. 



1 



S r Tho s =j=. . .". d. to Hugh Mortimer S r Robert=fElizabeth d.= John Carrington 
Beisine. of Chilmarah. Aston. & heire. 2 husband. 



John Beisine.=rAnne d. to Tho» S r Rich 1 ' Aston.=F d. to Massy of 



Swinarton. 



Bixton. 



16 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Ric rt Brace=Elizabeth d.=j=2. S r Roger 
47 E. 3. & heire. Charleton. 



Thomas=FMargrett d. & colieire of S r 
Aston. Tho 9 Button of Dutton. 



Mary .... mar. 

VXO 1 to ... . 

John Borough. 
Clopton. 



S' Will'm 
Clopton. 



Roger a 
base sonne. 



Richard a 

base soimc. 



.... mar. 

to John Aston. 

Harwell of 

Wotton in 
Cum' Wigor. 



Richard=pDowce 
d. to S r 

Peter 



Anne vx r 
Rixton. 



. Massy of 



War- Alice vxo 1 ' .... Manwar- 
burton. ing of Carington. 

| , Katherine mar. to Ric. 

Broughton of Staffordshire. 



mar. to 
Newport. 



Tb.omas=pBridgefct d. & Richard=pMargaret d. to 



Aston. 



coheire to Jn° 
Harwell. 



Aston. 



Dent. 



John Astou- 
of Aston. 



John sans Robt. W m sans Oswald, ffrances. 
issue. issue. 



Thorn 3 Aston=pElizabeth 



of Aston now 
living 1580. 



d. to S r 
Arthur 
Manwar- 
ing of 
Ightfeld. 



Brigitt 
vxo r 
Tho s 
Bon- 
bury of 
Stan- 
ney. 



Elizab. vxo 1 ' 
John Massy 
of Caghow 
2 d brother to 
Massy of 
Potington. 



Margret 
vx 1 ' .... 
Egerton 
of Wal- 
erange. 



Mary 

sans 

issue. 



John Aston eldest sonne 
cetatis 8 annor'm 1580. 



I 



1 



Arthur, ffrancis. Grace. Margrett. Barbara. 



SUtmn of SPfofortL 

Drawing of arms from a seal, Plate L, Fig. 2. " S. Joh'is de Arderne."* 

John Ardern of Aldford Alderligh &=p Ellin 
Eccles t'pe 2 Z. (sic).* 

A 



3 Ardern militis dat apud Aldeford die Martis p'x° ante festum Apostolor'rn 
82 ( - u ■ ) It. K's Edw. f . Henrici. [Out of a Roll in the Exchequer an 9 H. 4.] 



* Carta Joh'is de . 
Sinionis et Judea'no L_ . 

These 3 mannors of Aldford, Alderligh & Eccles by fine were made over to this Jn° & Ellin 
& to the heires males of their 2 bodies & for default of such issues to the heires males of y" 
bodies of John, for default of such issue to y° heirs males of y° body of Ellin, for default of 
such issu to y e right heirs of y° said John for euer. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580 

A I B 



17 



Maud ux r Rob. Ligh 
of Adlington. 

S r Robt. Ligh 
obijt 9 H. 4. 

Robt. setatis 22 
annor'm H. -1. 



Robt. Ligh of 
Adlington. 



Robt. Ligh of 
Adlington. 



Thomas Ligh 
of Adlington. 



Isabell vx r 8 r 

Hugh Wnitleshy. 

i 
John de 

Wrottesly. 

Hugh setatis 8 
annor'm 9 H. 4. 



Walter Wrotesley. 



S r Tin nuns Arderne 
son to Ellin. 

I 
S r John died sans 
issue male. 

Maud n\ v S r Tho. 
Stanley who over- 
lived him. 



Walkelin 
sans i: sue. 



S r John Stanle 
of Elford. 



Manld 
l wife. 



Richard Wrottesley John Stanley of S 1 ' Humphrey 
Esq. 10 H. 7. Eccles ob. sans Stanley of the 

issue male 1 H. 8. Pype. 

Margery ux r W m 
Stanton. =p 



gr ^r m S m it,h of Elford=r Anne d. & heire. 
jure uxoris. 

Richard Huddleston.=p Margery d. & heire. 



Lucy ux. Jn° Brook Ann vx r Jn" Bowes 
of Haster. of Elford. 



[Harl. 14-24, fo. 14". Karl. 1505.] 

Arms. — Gules, three cross-croslets fitche Or, a chief of the serum/. 

Ceest. — A plume of six ostrich feathers . . . charged with a crescent for difference. 

S r John Arderne of Hawarden=j= 
al'a Harden. 



Walter sans Thomas sans S r Jo. Arderne heire=p 

issue. issue. to his brothers. 



Hugh Ardern of Hawarden.=j= Blanch vxo r W m Stanley. 

I A 



18 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 
A| 



Kaph Ai'dern of Hardern [Harden~].=j=. ... d. to ... . Stanley of Hooton. 



John Ardern.=p. ... d. to ... . Thom s Ardern of whom Arderne 

I Leton of Lancash. of Leicestershire is discended. 



Eaph Arderne.=j=. . . . d. to Tho s Mary uxor . . 
Davenport of Dokenfeld of 
Henbury. Dokenfeld. 



Jane mar. 1 to Tristram Hol- 
land of Denton, 2 d to S r Jn° 
Warren of Pointon, 3 d to Jn° 
Davenport of Davenport. 



I I 

Joh'em Ai'derne.=pAnne d. to Robt. Robert Arderne.=p 
Hyde of Nor bury. | 

I 
ffrancisca. 



I 

Elizabeth ux r 

Randoll Minshull 
of Hulgreve. 



1. ffrancisca=pJohn Ardern=f=2. Ellin John. Ellin uxo r Thom s Jane vx r W™ 

d. to Jn° of Harden d. to S r — Shrigley of Beri- Duckenfeld 

Ligh of 1566. Richard Robert, stall. [of Duclcen- 

Baguley. Buckley. — feld~]. 

| Margret vx r W m — 

| Hyde of Urines- Ann ux r .... 

Rapt. Richard. Vrsula, t° n in Com. Hyde of 

Lancast'r. Denton. 

r r ~i 

John Ardern=i=Mary daughter to Ric d Margaret vx r Robt. Hull Jane Anne, 
of Hawarden. Holland of Denton. [Hulms] of Lancashire. sans 

issue. 



Henry. ffrances. 



grtrcrn of Cimperltjn 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 15.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 6. Chiles, three cross-croslets fitchi, and a chief Or. 2. 
Argent, on a bend engrailed Sable, an annulet Or. [Radcliffe.] 3. Argent, 
a griffin segreant Gules. [Chatterton.] 4. Quarterly, Argent and Gules, 
over all a lend Azure. [Assigned to both Massy and Timperley.] 5. Or, 
a lion rampant Emmies. 

Crest. — A plume of six ostrich feathers .... charged ivith a crescent for difference. 



1. S r John Timperley 1. of Timperley Bakeford and Longdate in Com. Cestr.= 



I 



gr -RTm Timperley. : 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 19 

S r Hamoud Massy .=pJane d. & heire. 

John Chatterton.=rEllin d. & coheire. 

Richard Radcliff of Timpley younger=pMargaret d. 
brother of the Tower. I & coheire. 

Charles Arderne of Tirnperley jure uxoris.=p. . . . d. & heirc. 



John Arderne of Tirnperley .=rEllin d. to Tho s Duncalfe. 



Hamon Ardern of=pMargret d. to S r Giles Will'm Arderne=f=Ellin d. to John 



Tirnperley. 



Strangwish. 2 d sonne. 



Done. 



W m Arderne of Tim-=FSibell d. to Piers War- George=pAnne d. to . . . . Trcgall 



perley living 1580. 



burton of Areley. Arderne. 



of Hamshire. 



Sibcll d. & heire married to George Brereton of Ashley. George Arderne.—. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 15 b .] 

Audley, Aldelegh, Alditighligh, Aldighly, Synonima. 

Drawings of two shields of arms, etc., Plate II., Figs. 1 and 2. 

Audley of Audley in com. Stafford.=p 



Ludulfus de Audley.=p Adam de Stanley. 



Adam de Audley. : 



Jacobus de Audley.-r 



John de Audley.=pBeatrix d. to . . . . Manwarring. 



20 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

John de Audley.=i=. ... d. to W m Longespe Earle of Sar', 
James de Audley.=p 



Nicholaus Lord Audley obijt 10 E. 3 1335 married Hugh Audley Earle of 

Jane d. to . . . . Lascy Eaile of Lincoln. Glocester. 



-James Lord Audleigh 1336=j=. ... d. to ... . Mortimer. 



Nicholaus de Audley 27 E. 3 1352.=== 
Thomas. S r James Audley Knight 41 E. 3 an'o 1367. 



Bttston oi Ktmon. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 28.] 

Arms. — Quartet ly—l. Argent, a lend between six bees volant Sable. 2. Or, a salt ire 
Sable. [Helsby.] 3. Azure, on a chevron between three garbs Or, a crescent 
for difference. [IIattox.] 4. Argent, a chevron Sable between three bucks' 
In ids cabossed Gules. [Parker.] 

Cebst.— On a mount Vert, a castle Or, therefrom issuing an arm emlowed, in 
armour proper, the gauntlet holding a sword Argent, hilt ahdpomel Gold. 

Motto. — Si genus jactas aliexa laudas. 

Thomas Beeston of Beeston in=j=. ... d. to ... . 



Com. Cestr. esquire. 



Hansard. 



John Beestone of Beeston esquire.=pElizab. d. to ... . Bold of Lancashire. 



Tochett Beestone of Beeston esq 1 .— Jane d. to S r John Done of TJtkiuton. 



John Beeston of Beeston Esq.=pKatherine d. to S r George Calveley. 



S r George Beeston of Beeston Knight living 1596.= 

A 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



21 



Hugh =pThomasin d. to Hugh 2 a =Margaret d. to Roger Jane vx r Dorothy. 



Beeston 
Sonne & 
heire. 



.... Coplestou sonne. 
of Devonshire. 



Downes widdow to 
Phillipp Worth of 

Tidderington. 



Geffry 
Shakerley. 



George Beeston. = . ... d. to ... . Bulmer of the Mynes. John. 



BSmntjton of BSvatitoall 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 30.] 

Arms. — Sable, three greyhounds courant in pale Argent, collared Gules within a 
bordure of the second. 

Arms of Oldfeld. — Or, on a pile Azure, three garbs of the field. 
Crest. — A falcon's (?) head erased Or, bealced Sable, and charged with three gutte's de 
sang. 

P' W. ffl[ower], Norry, 7 Feb. 1578. 

Another Coat. — Or, on a bend Gules three crosses formee fitche'e Argent. 
Crest. — An eagle's head couped .... between two wings expanded .... 

Randoll Berington .=p 



Jn° Berington.=f Agatha d. to Thomas 
Vernon of Lostock. 



Adam Berington.=F 



r i 

Thomas.=pJone d. & coheire to W m Hugh. 
Venables of Bradwall. 



Thomas Berington. 1 



W m Berington of Bradwall.=pMargery. Richard Beringiou.= 



John. Henry Berington.= 



John. William Berington. Margaret. 



W m Berington of=pMargaret 



Bradwall. 



Penketh. 



I II II 

Anne. Leonard. William. Anne vx r W" 

Reuold's. 

Thomas. 



Richard Oldfeld. =p. . . . d. to . 
Broughton. 
A 



W m Bcrington=pAgnes d. to . . . . Cotton 



. of Bradwall. 



of Cotton. 



22 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 
Aj Bj 

Richard 01dfeld=pMargrett d. & heire George =pAlice d. to W m Raynes of 



of Knuttesford. 



of James Grosvenor. Berington. I Newbold Astbury in Chesh. 



Phillip 01dfeld=pElizab. d. of Tho s Swinton W m Berington=f Eliz. d. of John 



of Middlewich. 



of Knuttesford. of Bradwall. 



Bowyer of Knip's- 
ley in Staffordsh. 



Phillip Oldfeld of Midlewich=Elenor d. & heire of W m 
and now of Bradwall. Berington of Bradwall. 



Beltott 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 35.] 

Amis. — Argent, on a chief Gules three cinque/oils of the field. 

John Bentley=pAnn da. and heire of William 



1614. 



Bowyer of Knipersley. 



S v John Bellott of More ton in the=pVrsula daughter and heire 



Countie of Chester. 



of John Bentley. 



I I 

Edward Bellott, John 2 d sonne. 



BtrcIjtUs of Btvdjclls [BtrtU*], 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 34 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 32 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, on a chevron between three cross-croslets fitchee 
Azure, as many fleurs-de-lis of the field. 2 and 3. Sable, three chevronels Or, 
each charged with as many fleurs-de-lis, Gules. 

Crest.— A lion rampant Azure, supporting an oak-tree eradicated Vert, fructed Or. 

John Birchells of Birchells.=rAnne d. to Ralfe Lecester of Toft. 



Jn° Birchells of Birchells.=pEUyn ffitton. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



23 



John Birchells of=pElenor d. to Thomas Katherine mar. to Richard Elizabe h. 



Bivchells 15GG. 



Somerford of Somer- 
ford. 



Warren of Churchlawton 
yeo. 



Jn° Birchells=j=Doroty d. Anne vx r Alice vxo r [Margery.] 



of Birchells. 



George Rich. 

Leversedge Piatt of \_Eliza~b. vxor 

Vrmeston. of Maxfeld. London Edmund 

Brewer. Cecil/.'} 



to Tho. 
Hyde of 



I 

[ Katherine. 

vxor Gilbert 
Melow of 
BristowJ] 



T 



John Leversedge. 



Hugh Piatt. John Piatt. 



John Birchells. = 



i i t i i 

Anne. Elizabeth. Mary. Dorothy. Katherine. 



33tt"D oi gotolcp anti ftirti <rf Crtto. 

[Hail. 1424, fo. 30 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 28 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Per pale Argent and Or, an eagle displayed Sable. 
2 and A. Argent, an ass's head erased Sable. [HoCKNELL.] 



[Ace. to Earl. 1505.] 
Rich* Bird.=F. . . . Hochnell. 



John Bird=FMary d. to W m 



of Yowley. 



Chant rell of 
the Baits. 



John Bircl.=rAnne Delves. 



Randoll Bird of Yowley=pAnne d. to Thomas 
by Mallpas. Merbury of Merbury. 

. Damport of 



Richard Bird of=p. . . . d. to 



Yowley. 



Henbury. 



Richard Bird of=p. . . . d. & heire to . . 
Yowley. Hocknell of Duddon. 



John Bird of=^=Anne d. to John Delves 
Yowley. of Delves hall. 



liorimttj of 
fftoBsJjam. 



John Bird of=pAnne. 
Yowley. 



Thomas= 
Bird of 
Crew. 



I 
'-.... d. & heire Richard Bird=p 
to Jenken Crew, of Ightfeld. 



John Norbury of=pJane d. John Bird=p Alice d. of . 



ffrodesham. 



& he ire. of Crew. 



of Calcote. 



Yardley Robert= 
Bird, 
c 



24 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



A| 



John Norbury 1 d. to Kobt.=John Bird=f 2. Jone d. to Jn° 



de quo in suo 
loco. 



Bostock repudiata. of Crew. 



Tayler of Shack- 
lack [SfocMach]. 



John Stringer of=pAnne d. &= Robert Madock. 



ffarnton 1574. 



heire. 



Edward=p 
Bird. 



John 1574. Robert. 



John =f=Anne d. to Roger s.p. Raph a Robert. 
Stringer, j Tho s Bar- — Preist. — 

' neston. Thomas. William. 



I 
Tho. Stringer s.p. 



I ! I 

Margaret. 

Katherine. 

Maud. 



Doroty. 
Alice. 



33trti oi Cloptom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 31".] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a cross JJory between four martlets Gules, a 
canton Azure. 2. Per pale Argent and Or, an eagle displayed Sable. [Bird.] 
3. Quarterly, Gules and Or, in the first Quarter three fleurs-de-lis Argent, in 
the centre point a trefoil. [Massy ?] 



Randoll Delbird of Charlton 
or Chorley. 

r 



John Hunton.=p 



Ralfe del Bird.=pMary d. & heire. 



W m Delbird of Chorlton.=pMargery. 



Thomas Delbird.=F Alice d. & heire to John Rode. 



Rich. Bird of=Elenor d. to Jn° Elenor uxo r Jn° Anne vxo r Jn° Massy of 
Tiuerton. Bostock of Cotegreve of Coddington. 

Huxley. Stubbs. =p 



Robt. Cotgreve of Stubbs. Robert Massy of = Jone d. to . 

=f= Coddington. Brereton. 



John Cotgreve of Stubbs. 

Elenor ux r S r Ric. Pexsall and after S r Jn° Savage. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



25 



Thora s =FAnnc d. & heire to 1. Maud d. to John=pRobt. Bird of=j=2. Katherine 



Bird of 
Clop- 
ton. 



Rich. Rosingreve. Done of (Haw 



Eanfeld. 



Bremen. 



Maud vxo r Jn° Brassy of Tiverton Anne vxo r .... Hockuell 

al'a Terton. of Duddon. 

John Bressy of Tiverton. 



Roger Bird=fMargrett d. Hngh Bird of =p Alice Horton Anne vxo r Jn° Mabell 
of Clopton. 



to Tho s 


Bradford in 


of Wiltshire. 


Aldersey of 


vxor 


Dodd of 
Broxton. 


Wiltshire. 




Spurs tow. 


Tatton 



| 1 
Robert Bird=pAlice d. to Edw. Joans W m Bird of Lon 
of Clopton. M'ehant of Chester 1574. Customer. 


don^ 


=Mirabell Rivett 
of Suffolke. 


1 1 
Edward 

Robert 


1 1 1 1 1 
Alice. Mary. Elizabeth. Margarett. 

Jone. 




Tho. Bird mE 
the d. of . . . 
Colt & died s. 


ir. W ra Bird of=ffrances d. to . . . . Maynard 
Denston in widow to "Walter Roberts of 
p. Suffolke. Kent. 


Wa 

3' 1 
son 


ter ffrancis 

1"' 
le. sonne. 



Mirabell Judith Susan vx r [Alice. Earl. Katherine. Anne vxo r 

ux r . . . . vxo r Higham. 1505, fo. 30.] Wingfeild. 

Cradock. Roberts. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 34 b .] 
Amis. — Sable, i/iree garbs Argent, a bordurc engrailed of the second. 

Henry Birkenhead.=p 



Henry Birkenhead.=p 

T 



Adam Birkenhead.=p. ... d. to ... . Huxley. 



Henry Birkenhead.=pAlice. 



Henry Birkenhead of Huxley now living 1566. 



26 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Boitfmrp of ^tannep. 

[Hai-l. 1424, fo. 20 b .] 
A i: ms. — Argent, on a bend Sable three chessrooJes of the field. 



John Benbury of Stanney discended from=j=Agnes d. to W m 
Bunbury of Bunbury in Com. Cestrias. Norris of Speake. 



Richard Bonbury of^Blanch d. of S r Tho s Poole of Poole 
Stanney. in Cheshire. 



Henry =pMargaret=S r Rowland Emm. nx. Katherine Margret mar. to Ed- 
Bonbury d. to Stanley 2 d James Blnn- nxo r W m ward fifordsham 

husband. dell of Inst Goodman, [ffrodesham. Harl. 



of Stan- Hugh 

Aldersey 
Alder- 
man of 
Chester. 



ney 
1566. 



Blundell. 



1505]. 



Robt. Blundell. Jn° Goodman. W m ffrodesham. 



Tho. Benbury (s«b)=f=Brigitt d. to Jn° Aston Edward. Elizabeth. 



of Stanney 1580. 



of Aston, 



Henry son Tho s . John. Richard. Elenor. 
and heire. — 

Brieett. 



Margarett. Mary. Elizabeth. 



33ostC9tocfe aFs Bostmfe. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 23 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 21 b .] 

Drawing of a circular seal of an eagle displayed, the head turned to sinister. 
S. Gilberti de Bostock."" 
Drawing of arms, etc., Plate II., Fig. 3.| 

S r Osmer [Oliver"] de Bostock an'o 1066.=p 



Hugh Bostock.=p 

A| 

* [Above the seal is written] :— Carta Gilberti de Bostock in qua quiet olamavit Wariuo de 
Vernon piscatura' de Daueu : Testib'z Ric'o Vernon fratre Wareni de Vernon Ric'o tilio -Martini 
Banester, Ric'o filio Warini de Vernon Rad'o Will'o & Eob't.o fratrib 8 ejusdem Richardi. 

f [Above the arms is written] :— Willrn 8 fili s Gilberti de Bostock remisit d'no suo Warino de 
Vernon. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 27 



Rich. Bostock. : 



Roger Bos took. 



S r Gilbert Bostock. : 



Ranulph de=pMargrett d. & heire to Warren Vernon 



Bostock. 



Baron of Shipbroke. 



S r Warren pHavice sister & coheire to Randoll the 3 d Earle of Chester 
Bostock. & Line : widow to Robt. Quincy Earle of Lincolne. 



S r Henry de Bostock.^ 



S r W m de Bostock.=pEliz. d. to Hugh, Lord Audley. 

!_ 

S r Edw. Bostock.=p 



S r Adam Bostock.=pJane d. to S r W m Brereton of Brereton. 



S r W" Bostoek.=r. . . . d. & heire to S r Rich. Winington. 



S r Adam=FMartrerv d. & heire of Jn° Rafe Bostock of Moulton de 



Bostock. 



Wetnall al's Kingsley. quo in sum loco. B 

4- 



S r Adam=p.Jenet d. to S r Henry David Bostock of Churton de quo in suo loco. © 
Bostock. Bradshaw. ^ 



S r Raph Bostock.=f=Isabel d. & heire to W m Lawfcon. Henry. Hugh. 



8 r Adam Bostock Knight, Lord of=pElizabeth daughter & heire Hugh s.p. 



Bostock, slaine at Bloreheath an'o 
1459. 



to Hugh Venahles baron of 
Kinderton. 



Margaret vx. Margery vx r Jane vx. Elizab. vx. Ellin vx* Humfrey 
Will'm Lewis Eaton S r Edward Jn° Gat- Bostock of Morten- 

b Whitney s.p. of Wildmore. Holt. taker. say in Salop. 



28 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Rafe Bostock=pAlice d. & coheire W m Bostock of Nicholas Bostock of Mor- 



of Bostock 
was poisoned. 



to S r Tho. Duttou Bostock de quo burley [Moberley] de quo 
of Duttou. in suo loco. ft in suo loco. U 

^ 4* 



S r John Savage.=j=Anne d. & heire. W m John. 
S r John Savage. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 24. Harl. 1505, fo. 22.] 

Arms. — Quarterly of fifteen — 1. Sable, a fess humetU Argent. 2. Or, a bend 
Azure. [Vernon.] 3. Quarterly, Or and Gules, a bend Sable. [Malbank.] 
4. Azure, three garbs Or. [Randolph Blundeville.] 5. [Azure], a wolf s 
head erased [Argent], [Hugh Lotus.] 6. Azure, six garbs, 3, 2, and 1, Or. 
[Hugh Keveliok.] 7. Argent, an orle within eight martlets in orle Sable. 
[Winnington.] 8. Vert, a cross engrailed Ermine. [Wettenhall alias 
Kingslet.] 9. Vert, a bend Ermine. [Wettenhall.] 10. Argent, a fess 
between three cross-croshts fitche'e Sable. [Lawton.] 11. [Gules'], three 
pheons [Argent]. [Malpas.] 12. Argent, a cross florg Azure. [Malpas.] 
] 3. Gules, two lions passant guardant Or, a label of five points Azure. 
[Strange?] 14. Azure, tiro bars Argent. [Venables.] 15. Or, on a fess 
Azure, three garbs of the field. [Vernon.] 

Crest. — An hem/die antelope passant Argent, armed, maned, and tufted Or. 

% W m Bostock younger sonne to S 1 ' Adam 
Bostock had in all 15 base children. 

George Bostock of Bostock.=p. ... d. to S r Edw. Holt. 



I I 

Robert Bostock=pHum. [Emme] d. to Humfrey Jane vx r W ra Abraham 
Bromefeld. of London. 






of Bostock. 



Jn° Bostock Ralfe Arthur Edw. Bostock Charles a George. 

Captaine obijt Bostock Bostock. obijt 1599. Scrivenor — 

30 Apr. 1594. Captaine. in London. Isaack. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



29 



Ralfe=rMargret d. Arthur. Edward. 



Bostock 
of Nor- 
croft 

[,'■<] 
sonne. 



to ... . 
Vernon of 
Daneham 
[Davehani]. 



Edward 
Bostock. 



8 base d. 



Eme vx r 
Arthur Hal- 
ford [Ilolford]. 

Anno vx v . Ten- 
kin de Mere. 



Isabell v\ r 

1. Buckley. 

2. Painter. 

3. Morgan. 

4. Clifton. 



Margery 
vxo* 

Hoo of 
Shrop- 
shire. 



Bostocfo of florrroft. 



Ralfe Bostock of=pKatherine d. to 



Gilden Sutton. 
Crowner 1584. 



Hurlston widdow to 
"Whitmore. 



Edw. Bostock 
of Gilden 
Sutton. 



Arthur Bostock 
of Redish. 



Katherine uxo r Rich. Whitmore. 



Thomas. Edward. Ralfe. Tho 8 . 



Elizab. vxo r 


Jane vxo r 


Hugh 


Randull 


Holme of 


Smith 


Codding- 


of Old- 


ton. 


laugh 




[Old- 




haugti]. 



Katherine 
vxo r Robt. 
Massy of 
Minshull 
Vernon & 
after to 
John Cliff. 



Anne concu- 
bine to S r 
Tho s Ven- 
ables of 
Kinderton. 



Emm vx r 
Humfrey 
Bromfeld 
& Hugh 

Walley. 



Margret vx v Ran- 

doll Olton of Wct- 
nall. 

Isabell vx r Tho 3 
Bradfeld of Traf- 
ford. 



ISostock of JHoultom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 24".] 

Arms.— Quarterly— 1. Sable, a/ess humette Argent, a mullet for difference. 2. Or, 
a bend Azure. [Vernon.] 3. Quarterly, Or and Gules, a bend I 
[Malbaxk.] 4. Azure, three garbs Or. [Randolph Blundeville.] 5. 
Argent, three piles, one issuing from the chief, between tiro in base, Sable. 
[Hulse.] 6. Ermine, three lions' gambs erased dales, a crescent for different . 

[PlCKMERE ?] 

Crest. — The Creast as before with a mullet. 

B Raph Bostock of Malton (sic) younger sonne to S r W m Bostock.=p 



David Bostock of Moulton.= 



Raph Bostock of Moulton.= 



Thomas Bostock of Moulton.= 

A 



30 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Eaph Bostock of Moulton.=p. . . . d. & heire of ... . Hulse. 



Eobt. Bostock of Moulton.=p. . . . d. & heire to ... . Salt of Shropshire. 



Eaph Bostock of Moulton=pEmrn. d. to . . . . Eode of Herforth 



living 1595. 



in Cheshire. 



Margaret vxor Henry Ellin vx r W m Thomlinson Anne. Elizabeth. 
Bostock of Bostock. of Warton. 



Bobert^p Cicely d. to 



Bostock. 



Raph s.p. John. 



Thonias=j=Jane d. to . . . 



John Browne Bostock. 
of Midlewich. 



Knightley of 
Swanlo lane. 



I I I 

Ealfe William. Edward 
s.p. s.p. 



1 



Edward. Eobert. Thomas. Margrett. 



Bostocfc of CJntrttm. 

[Harl. 1421, fo. 25. Harl. 1505, fo. 23.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Sable, a fesse humette Argent, a crescent for difference. 
2. Or, a bend Azure. [Vernon.] 3. Quarterly, Or and Gules, a bendlei 
Sable. [Malbank.] 4. Azure, three garbs Or. [Randolph Blundeville.] 
5. Gules, a lion /-tint/unit, within a bordure indented Or. [Dee.] (5. Vert, a 
bend Ermine. [Wettexhall.] 7. Argent, a scythe erect Sable. [Snelston.] 
8. Azure, three fishes, two in chief and one in base, their heads meeting in the 
fesse point Argent. [Troutbeck ?] Over all an escocheon of '•pretence, per pale 
links and Azure, a wolf salient Or, ruined in the shoulder proper. [Hakcky.] 

Crest. — Anheraldic antelope passant Argent, armed, etc., Or, a crescent for difference. 



(£ David Bostock of Churton second 1 
sonne to S r Adam Bostock. 



=Margrett d. & heire 
of ... . Dee. 



Robert Bostock of=f= 
Churton Esq. 



Eobert Snelston- 
Esq. 



: Margarett d. & heir 
to Tho. Shocklach. 



Eobert Bostock of Churton Esq.=pAlice da. & heire to Eob. Snelston. 

a I 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, L580. 



31 



Jone base da. to=pRohert Bostocke=j=Dorothy da. to Jn° Bostock=rJoice da. & h 



S r Adam Bostock 
of Boi 



of Churton Esq. 



\. Cal- 
Knt. 



of Barton. 



to ... . Buck- 
ley of Broxton. 



Robert Bostoct 
of Churton 
Esq. 



: Margaret d. 
to Richard 
Norris Esq. 



Launcellot=f=Jane d. 



Bostock 
pensioner. 



to ... . 
Roydon. 



John Bosl 
of Barton. 



Richard 

Bostock. 



I 



John Bostock , Maud d. to II: George, 

of ( 'burton Hulme of Codd- 
Esq. ington. 



John Bostock 
of Bolgrave 
\_Belgrave]. 



John Bostock 
of Barton. 



John Bostock Hugh 2 d 
of Bolgrave. sonne. 



Richard. Hugh. 



Robt. Bostock=pElenor d. to 



obijt vivo 
patre. 



Owen Brere- 
ton. 



Elizabeth Dorothy vxo r 
vxo r Roger John Warren 
Dee. of London. 



Margaret vx r 
.... Darn all & 
after to ... . 
Garrison. 



George Bostock=Anne d. & heire to Anne [JWw] 
of Churton. Hancky of Churton. 



Edmund Bostock. 



Elleuor vx r Ric'o [Jane vx r W" Rafe Bostock. =Anne d. & heire to Rich. 
Barrow. Wolston of Gower [Grover] of 

London.'] Killingworth. 



Easttjcli of JHotelcp- 

[Had. 1424, fo. 25". Harl. 1505, fo. 23».] 
[No arms given.] 

D Nicholas Bostock of Maburlegh=pKatherine d. and coheire 



mne to S r Adam Bos- 
ook. 



to S 1 William Mobberley 
Kriieht. 



George B istock of 
Mobburley. 

A| 



Thomas 2 d Hush 3 ll =pJo:ie [Jane] d. & coheire to John 
sonuc. sonnc. Delhcai h of Churton heath. 



32 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



A I 



Margaret Agnes vx r 

vx r Peter Randoll 

Hatton Basker- 

of Kirsty ville. 
birches. 



Randoll Bostock 
of Modburley 

mar. Alice d. to 
.... Mottram. 



cj 

George=f . . . . d. Bichard =p Margery 



Bostock 
of 

Ckylds 
arcall. 



to 

Home 
of 

Chylds 
arcall. 



Bostock. 



d. to . . 
Higgen- 
son of 
Wenn 
\_Wemr\. 



Roeer =i=ffelice d. to John Raph =j=Maud d. to Humfrey=pBarbara Eafe 



Bostock. 



Heaton of Blech 
ingleigh. 



Bostock 
of Ab- 
ingdon 



W m Gosling Bostock 
of Long- of Ab- 
worth. ingdon. 



Walker — 
John. 



Rich. Bostock Jone vx r Will'm Katherine vx r Margaret uxor 

of Tanridge. Knight. Richard ffulwer. Richard Blunt. 



1 Margery d.=pAnthony=p2. Elizabeth 1 d. to=f Richard =p Anne 

to ffrere. Bostock. Smith. Steele. Bourne. 



Brigitt yxo r Jn° 
Withers. 



Thomas 
Bostock. 



Edward. Thamar. 



James. Thom s 



John Bostock. Lionel] Bostock of Abingdon.=f Jone [Jane] d. to Tho s Woolley 

of Henley. 
Thomas Bostock. 



2 daughters. 



W m Bostock of Abingdon 1597 Lionell. Edward. Jone. 
married Ida d. to Besills ffetti- 
place esq r . 



Befell oi ^ulcroft, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 26.] 

Three shields of arms, etc., Plate II., Figs. 4, 5, and 6. 

[No Pedigree.] 

[It is worthy of note that the very curious crest of Figure 6, may still be seen 
in Grappenhall Church on the helmet beneath the head of the stone effigy of 
William le Boydell, who died about the year 1276.—/. P. 22.] 



THE VISITATION OF CIIESIIIRE, 1580. 



33 



35mtltJ of Boulti in iUncas&iw. * 

[ITarl. 142-1, Co. 22 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 20 b .] 

Arms. — Argent, a griffin passant Sable. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Chiles, a griffin's head Sable, beaked of the first, 
between two wings expanded Or. 



W m Bould of Bould in Com. Lancastria2.=F 



Robert Bould.= 



I 

Mathew Bould.=p 



I 
t'pe E. 1. Robert Bould. : 



8 E. 2. Peter Bould.= 



11 E. 3. Rich. Bould of Bould.: 



50 E. 3. S r Richard Bould of Bould.=p 



13 R, 2. S r Richard Bould.= 



8 H. 5. Richard Bould of Bould.=j= 

I 

9 H. G. S r John Bould.=p 
I 



30 H. 6. S r Richard Bould of BoukL 



[t'pe E. 4.] S r Henry— Katherinc d. to 
Bould. Richard Bould. 



S r Rich. Bonld.=i=Margaret d. to S r Tho. 
Butler of Beausy. 



John Bould 3 d sonne.=p 



Geffery Bold.= 



Nicholas Bold.= 



Agnes d. & heire mar. to Hugh 
Massy sonne to ... . 3 d brother 
to Geffery Massy of Tatton. 



34 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



B 






Richard Bold= 
of Bold mar. 
to his 2 d wife 
Margret d. to 
W m Woodfale 
[ Woodfuiq. 



I I 
Henry. 

William. 



= d. 

toS r 
Tho. 
Gerrard. 



John, ffrances. 

Margaret 

vxo r Tho. 
Ireland 
of Hut 

Esq. 



Anne vxo r Nic'o 
Butler of Raw- 
cliffe. 

Elizab. ux. 
Henry Biron of 
Biron Esq. 



Doroty vx r S r Jn° 
Holcroft of Hol- 
croft. 

Maud vx r S r Ric. 
Sherborne of 
Stanihurst. 



Richard Bould of= 
Bould 1567. 



I 

Anne. 



Bdti of Upton* 

EX EVIDENTIIS PETRI BOLD DE UPTON. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 23. Harl. 1505, fo. 21.] 

Arms from Seals. — (1.) A /esse between three fleurs-de-lis in chief, and a 
leopard's face in base.* [Warwicke.] (2.) Three cross-crosletsfitcM, and 
a chief] [Arderne.] 

Arms of Bold of Upton. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a griffin passant 
,Kiide. 2 and 3. (rales, afess Or, in chief three fleurs-de-lis, and in base 
a leopard's face, all of the second. [Warwicke.] Over all a crescent for 
difference. 

Crest. — " The same Creast as on th'other side, a crescent '.for difference." 

John Warwick of Chester=pMaud d. & coheire 
& Upton. | to S r John Arderne. 



Baldwin Bold second sonne =FMargret d. & heire of Jo. Warwicke. 



George Bold of Upton.=j=Elizabeth d. to . . . . Brych of Lane. 



1 d. to . . . . Bouth of=pRiohard Bould.=p2. Anne d. to . . . . Done of 

Hackensall [HocJcensatt]. Utkinton. 



Lawreuce=Margery Rich.=p. . . . Charles : 
Bold s.p. d. toJn° Bold. d. to Bould. 



Glegg of 
Gaiton. 



John 
Cliff. 



r Ellin John- 
d. to Bold. 
Peter 
War- 
burton. 

E 



: Cicely Humphrey, 
d. to S r 
Jn° Massey 
of Potinton 
[Portinton~\. 



* [Above the shield is written] : — Carta Joh'is Warwik C'ivis Cestriee dat. apud Cestri die 
Lunse prox' ante ffest' natalis D'ni An'o [13°] R's H. 4. 

f [Above the shield is written] : — Carta Joh'is de Arderne militis dat. apud Alford die 
Martis pros' ante festum Ap'lor'm Sinionis et Jude anno R. Edw. filij Henrici 28°. 



TEE VISITATION OF CEESEIKE, 1580. 
C | D I E | 



35 



Lawrence s.p. 



Peter Bold of=f 
Upton 1580. 



I I 
laughter 



George. Tho s . 2 daughters. 
John. 



Henry Bold=Elizab. d. to Luke. Charles. 

setatis 16 Tho. Bon- — 

annor'm bury of William. 
l.'.sii. Stanney. 



Thomas. Elizabeth married 
to John Hayes of 
Litley. 



Bout}) of Bunljam. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 21. Harl. 1505, fo. 19.] 

Arms. — Quarterly of fifteen. 1. Argent, three boars' heads erect and erased Sable, 
langued Gules, a crescent for difference. 2. Argent, a fesse engrailed Gules. 
[Called Barton.] 3. Quarterly, Gules and Or, in the first quarter a lion passant 
Argent. [Massy of Dunham.] 4. Azure, two bars, and in chief as many 
mullets Argent. [Venables of Bollin.] 5. Paly of six, Or and Gules, a 
chief Fair. [Whitney ?] G. Argent, on a bend Azure, three garbs Or. 
[Fitton.] 7. Argent, tiro chevrons, and a canton Gules. [Oeeeby.] 8. 
Argent, on a bend Gules, three escarbuncles Or. [Thornton.] 9. \_Verf], a 
cross engrailed Ermine. [Kingsley.] 10. Argent, a bugle-horn, stringed 
Sable, in dexter chief a cinquef oil. [Kingsley's Forester's coat.] 11. Or, a 
sii/lire Sable. [Helsby.] 12. Azure, four bendlets Or. [Bendy of ten, Or 
and Azure.] [Mountford.] 13. Argent, a mullet Sable. [Ashton.] 14. 
Argent, a chevron engrailed Azure. [Stayley ?] 15. Gules, a cross engrailed 
Ermiw, within a bordure gobony Or and Azure. 

Crest. — A lion passant Argent. 

Another Crest. — A demi-figure of St. Catherine proper, vested [Argent] and attired 
in a robe Gules, collared and edged Ermine, ducally crowned Or, holding in 
the dexter hand a Catherine wheel Gold, and in the sinister hand a sword, 
point downwards [proper]. 



Alibi sic et verius. 



S r Piers=j=Lucia d. & coheire 
Thornton, to S r W m Hellesby. 



Hamon dc=p. . . . d. & coheire 
I'itton to S r P. Thornton. 

{sic). 



John =p. 

Massy. 



. d. & heire of 
. Venables. 



W m Massy=f Alice d. &=S r Piers 



of Dun- 
ham. 



heire of S r 

Eustace 

Whitney. 



Thorn- 
ton. 



: Lucia d. & 
coh. to S r 
W m de 
Hellesby. 



36 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Richard =j=Jane d.=Nic'o 



Peter Dowce vx r .... d.=F John =. . . . d. & 



Venables. 



& lieire. Vernon ffitton Robt. & co- 

2 d sans Bouth. heire. 

husband, issue. =p 



ffitton. heire to S r 
John de 
Moburley. 



S r W m Venables.^Jone d. to John Massy 
of Tatton. 



S r W m Bouthe.: 



. d. & heire. 



Richard sans issue. Alice ux. Edmundi Trafford. Dowce ux. S r Robert Bouthe. 



Thomalin Bouth of Barton=pEllin d. to . . . . Wrottley 



in Lancastr. 



[Worthy]. 



S r Tho. Bouth of Barton of whorue 
Bouth of Barton is discended. 



S r Robert Bouth=j=Dowce d. & heire to W m 
2 a sonne. Massy of Dunham. 



. Elizab. d. to=S r W m Bouth=j 
. . . Dutton of of Dunham 
)utton. obijt 17 of 
E. 4. 


=. . . . d. & heire 
of Jn° ffitton of 
Bollin in com. 
Cestr. 



Rafe Bouth : 
2 A sonne. 



: Maud d. & heire 
to Tho s Sibell of 
Kent. 



George= 


^Katherine 


1 
.... vx r 


Bouth of 


d. & lieire 


Jn° Ash- 


Dunham. 


of 


ley of 




Mount- 


Ashley. 




ford. 





Dowce vx r 
Tho 8 Ligh 
of the West- 
hall in 
High Litrh. 



.... vx r Jane ux r Margret ux r 

S r J no Raffe W m Mere of 

Ligh of Lecester Mere. 

Baguley. of Toft. 



1. Margret d. & coheire to=pS r W m Bouth of Dunham=j=2. Doroty d. to S r Jn° 



S r Tho s Ashton. 



ob. 11 H. 8. 



Mongomery. 



George^pElizabeth 



Bouth. 



d. to S r 
Tho. 
Butler of 
Beausy. 



John=p W m . 

Bouth. 



Hamlett. Jane 

— TXO r 

Edward. 



Henry. 

Andrew. 



Hugh 
Dutton 
of Dut- 
ton. 



W" 



Rob't. 



Doroty vx r S r Edw. 
Warren of Pointon 
Baron of Stockport. 

Anne uxo r W m 
sonne & heire to 
S 1 ' W m Brerton of 
Brerton. 



Ellin vxo 1 ' Anne vx r W m Elizab. vx 1 ' Dorothy Margaret vxo r Alice vxo r 
John Car- Massy of Rich. vx r Rich. W m Damport Peter 

rington. Potington. Sutton. Tatton. of Bromhall. Daniell 

of Tably. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 37 



1 d. to= George Bouth=pElizabeth d. to S r Edrnond John 2 a sonne.= 



S r Richard of Dunham. 

Buckley. 



Trafford. 



Will'm. Rob't. Edmund. Henry. 



S r W m Boutii of Dun-=pElizab. d. to S r Amy. Elizabeth vxo r Mary vx r Randoll 



hamobijt 22 Q. Eliza- 
beth an'o 1579. 



Jn° Warburton. W m Chantrcll. Damport of Hen- 

bury. 



J I I I I I I I III II 

W m S r George=Jane d. & Edward. Peter s.p. Mary. Elizabeth. Ellenor. 

s.p. Bouth of heire to — — — — 

Dunham Jn° Car- John. Richard. Dorothy. Susan. 

Knighted rington. — — 

in an. Robert. Alice. 

1599. 



Botitf) oi Ctotmloto. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 30.] 
W m Bouth of Twemlow.=pElenor d. to John Damport of Damport. 

i i r — r ~\ r n 

John Bouth. = Henry. Thomas. Andrew. Arthur. Bridget t. Jane. 



Bratfofti, 

[Harl. 1124, fo. 25 b .] 
Bradfeld.=F 



1 

Tho. Bradfeld of^ 
Nantwich. 


1 

Margery ux r Roger "Wright 
of Nantwich. 


John Bradfeld= 
of Guisnes. 


= Thomas. 


1 

Roger. 


Brae 


1 
Rich. Wright of 

Nantwich 1580. 


A 


imon Colfe of Guisnes 


1 

.=pKathcrin 

1 


ifeld. 



Colfe the preacher. .... a prentice in London with Tho 3 Colfe. 



38 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



33rcssp of BuIMtp* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 31. Harl. 1505, fo. 29.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Quarterly, per J 'ess indented Sable and Argent, in the first 
quarter a mallard of the first, billed Gules. 2. Gules, a dexter hand couped 
and erect Argent, in chief three mullets of the second. 3. Sable, a chevron 
between three bulls'' heads cabossed Argent. [Bulkeley.] 4. Argent, on a 
chevron Sable three trefoils of the field. [Brett ?] 

Crest. — A mallard Argent, billed Gules. 

Thomas de Bulkley. 



I 

Rogers 



Richard. : 



W m de Bulkley.- 



Rich. sonne of Cadogan=pMabell d. & 
of Hadley. heire. 



W m de Hadley of Bulkley 8 Edw. 2: 
A¥ m de Hadley of Bulkley 37 E. 3.= 



Hamon Bressy=plsabell lieire of Hadley 
of Bulkeley. of Bulkley. 



William. =f 



Richard de Bulkeley .= 



Wilkin de Bulkley.^ 



Maud uxor Wilkin [M] Tatnall. 

'4- 

de quo in fol. 33. 

[Page 57.] 



W m Bressy of Bulkeley.=f Margrct d. & heire to Rob't le Brett an'o 25 H. 5. 



Thomas Bressy of Bulkeley an'o 15 H. 6. : 



Tho s Bressy. = 



Raph Bressy.= 



Richard Bressy . : 



Thomas Bressy of Bulkeley 1596. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



39 



Brcssp of Ctticrton. 

[Had. 1424, fo. 32 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 30".] 

Arms. — Quarterly— 1 and I. Quarterly, per /ess indented [Salle and Argenf), in 
thefirst quarter a mallard [of the second, tilled Gules']. 2 and 3. Argent, an 
inescocheon Gules, within an orle of martlets Sable. [Huujreyk.] 

Crest. — A mallard [Argent, hilled Gules'], 



John Bressy of Wilmott=p. . . . d. & heire to David 
Heath [Wilcottheath]. Hougreve of Terton. 



John Bressy of Tiverton al's=pMargery d. to Thomas Wilbraham 



Terton 



of Woodhey. 



W m Bressy of=p . . . . d. to 
Terton. of Terton. 



Bruyn John Bressy second=pMargaret d. to W m 
sonne. Prestland. 



John Bressy of=pElizab. d. to . . . . Calcott 



Terton. 



of Calcott. 



W m Bressy .=f= Anne d. to 
Brindley. 



John Bressy of=f=[Maud d. to Robert Jn° Bird W m Bressy Thomas. Alice. 



Tiverton. 



Bird of Hon f eld.] (sic) a. p. of Chester. 



John Bressy=pParnell d. W" 



of Terton 
15GG. 



to Peter 
Daniell of 
Tabley. 



Henry. Anne vx r Jane vx r Rafe 
— Richard Pountefrete 



Rob't. 
Rich. 



Littler 
[Lister]. 



[Pountfret]. 



Elizabeth 
mar. to 
Rob't 
Dale. 



Katherine vso r 
Charles Atherton. 



John sonne=Margaret d. to Rob't Maanwaring William. Elline. Doroty. 
& heire. of Marton. 



40 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

Brintrtep oi WBi^tmtoih 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 33. Harl. 1505, fo. 31.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Per pale Or and Sable a chevron between three escallops 
counter changed. 2. Quarterly, per Jess indented Sable and Argent, in the 
first quarter a mallard of the second. [Bressy.] 3. Azure, a lion rampant 
Argent. [Crewe.] 

Jenkin Bressy of Wistaston.=p 



John Brindley.=pBeatrix Bressy. Wheeloek of Carew [ Grew']. =p Alice Bressy. 

r ~~ ~ i i 

Tho. Brindley^p Alice d. & lieire of David Jenkin =p ffoulk. Hickm 

of Wistaston. Carew [Crew'] sonne to Wheeloek. 

Patrick. 



W m Brindley .=p John. Hugh. Alice* d. & heire vx r Eich. Clark. 

Thomas Brindley .=j=Katherine Venables of Kinderton. 



John Brindley of Wistaston.=f= William. 



Tho. Brindley.=i=Margery sister to S r George Holford. 



William Brindley of Wistaston.=pJone sister to Tho 8 Tuchett of Nether Witley. 



Tho. Brindley of Wistaston an°=pMaud sister to George Ashley 



1566 & 15S0. 



of Ashley. 



William. John. Elizabeth. 



* This Alice (laughter to Jenkin Wheeloek in her widdowhood sould all her Joincture and 
portion of lands in Wistaston to John Kingsley Esq. to him and his heires for ever. And the 
said John sold the same lauds to John Done of TJtkinton Esq. and Robert Done his brother and 
their heires for ever, which John and Rob't Doue sold the same Lauds to John Brindley & his 
heires for ever : And so both partes of Jenkin Bressis lauds came together againe. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



41 



Irmton of Brmton, 

[Haxl. 1124, fo. 17.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Argent, two bars Sails. 2. Gules, three pheons Argent. 
[Malpas.] 3. Argent, a cross fiory Azure. [Malpas.] 4. Argent, a lion 
rampant Gules, between three pheons Sable. | Egerton.] 5. Or, two ravens 
Sable. [Corbet.] <;. Ermine, three chevrons Gules, on a canton of the second 

a lion puss, ml Or. [Orreby ?] 7. Gules, two lions passant Argent, a- label of 
lis Or. [Strange.] 
Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Or, a bear's head Sable, muzzled Gules. 

EX cartis will'mi breretox de breretox, militis. 

Finis an'o 28° Henrici filij Regis Ji ih'is Coram D'no Joh'e ext raneo [Le Strange] tunc Justic : 

leArdeme et Agnetemvxoremej'petentes: Ef fuiconem de Orreby tenen- 

e Stapleford pro hao recognitione, idem Fulco remisit eisdem Walkelino 

,. t Agneti rillas di Dpton Franckbi v, i et Aluadelegh Habenda el tenenda D'nis 

Walkelino e1 i hreredibns suis de eadem Agnete legitime procreatis. Testib" B 

i !-. Wiivinn de Vi rnon, Ramon de Mascy, Hugo de V 

Galfrid e D I >n, Joh'e de Haselwall, Hugo de Corona, Rob'to 'le Mascy, Rob'to de Domvile, 
Ric'o de W : i uic vicecomit's L'cstershire. 

Arms from a Seal. — Two lions passant in naif, within a bordure engrailed. Hugo 
Le Strange de Chesworthin miles et Margareta ra>r ejus an'o is E. 3. 

Arms from a Seal. — Two lions passant in pale, impaling a cross engrailed. S. 
Matildis Le Strange.* 

Arms from a Seal. — Ermine, a chevron .... S. Joh'is Kinaston.* 



Margret=S r William Brerton of=pHellin da. & heire of 



Done. Brereton Knight. 



Phillip Mallpas. 



gr T^m Brercton=pAnnila d. to 



I 



of Brereton. 



Venables of Kin- 
derton. 



Randall Brereton- 
of Mallpas 2 d 
sonne. 



=[.... d. & hcire lo 
.... Ipstones. 
Earl. 1505.] 



vY m Brereton obijt=pAlice d. to Jn° Corbet S r Randoll Brereton whose discenl 



vivo p 



of Leighton sister & 
heire to Richard. 



appeareth on the next side following. 



S 1 ' W m Brereton of Brereton.=pPhillippa d. to S 1 ' Hugh Halse. 



W m Brereton esq 1 ' 1. Agnes d. to=f=S r Andrew Brereton of=2. Anne Done, 
of y e body to K. Rob't Ligh of Brereton. 
H. 7 died without Adlington. 



issue. 



Katherine ux 1 ' Elizabeth vx 1 ' John 
W m Bowyerof Smith of Oldlaiigh. 
Knipslcy. [Oldhaugh. ffari.1505.2 



* [Above these two shields is written] :— Carta Matildis le Strange, d'na de Ranking et 
Joh'is Kinaston Dat. an'o 21 Ric. 2. 

a 



42 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



1. Alice=pSir W m Brereton= 



d. to S r 

John 

Savage. 



L. Cheife Justice 
of Ireland. 



-2. Elenor 
d. to S r 
Randoll 
Brereton 
of Ip- 
stones. 



Katherine 
vxo'' S r 
Thomas 
Smith of 
Hough. 



Elizabeth 
uxor Phil- 
lip Ligh 
of'Boothes 
& after to 
John Car- 
rington. 



Alice ux r W m 
Morton of 
Morton. 

Maud vx 1 ' John 
Damport of 
Damporfc. 



WiU'm Brereton=pAnne d. to S r 



obi j t vivo patre. 



W m Boothe 
of Dunham. 



Richard=pThomasine d. & 
Brereton heire to George 
of the Ashley of Ashley, 
Lea. 



Mary mar. to 
S r War- 
burton. 



gr Tfiu Brereton of=pJane d. to Peter Andrew. 



Brereton obijt 
1559. 



Warburton. 



Edward. 



George Brereton of Ashley 
whose discent hereafter 
appeareth. © 



S r WiU'm Brereton of Brereton 1596.=pMargaret d. to S r John Savage. 



John. 



Mary. 



Katherine d. : 
& heire to 
Morrice 
Barkley. 



S r John =pJane d. & heire to 
Brereton. Geoffrey Massy of 
Tatton relicta 
WiU'm Stanley Jim. 



Hugh Brereton- 
of Hassall 
Grene. 



Walburgh ux r 1 S r ffrancis Cheney PhiUippa. 

& after to S r WiU'm Compton. 



: Anne d. to 
Rob't Donn 
bro. to S r 
John. 



Henry 
Brereton 
of the 
Peele. 



Ellin ux. Jane ux r Isabel vx r W m Anne uxo r Alice uxo r 



Charles 
Mauwar- 
ing of 
Croxton. 



Roger 
Rawson. 



Cooper & after 

to Win- 

nington of 
Offerton. 



Henry Brereton. : 

r 



i 



Tho. Somer- 
ford. 

Margaret 
vxo r Tho. 
Vnwine of 
Clough. 



Rafe Rud- 
yard. 

Elizabeth 
vx r . . . . 
Gill. 



John. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



43 



BSmctmt oi jflalps. 

[Hail 1-124, fo. 17.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, two bar* Sable, a crescent for difference Or. 

2 and 3. Argent a chevron between three crescents Gules. [Ipstones.] 
Crest. — A bear's head erased Sable, muzzled Gules. 

Randoll Brereton second sonne to=p. ... d. to ... . Ipstons of 
8' W m Brereton of Brereton. 21 Ipstons in Coinitatu Staff. 



William Brereton of Burres in=p. . . . d. & heire to . 
Com. Denbigh. | in Com. Denbigh. 

Edward Brereton.=p 



John.=F 



Wyld of Burres 



Owen.=p 
I 



Edward. : 



I 



Owen Brereton of Burres in Com. Denbigh. 



S r Kandoll Brereton of Ipstones and Mallpas/ 



Randoll Brereton.=pEmma Heiress to John Carington of Carington. 



S r Randoll Brereton of Mallpaa was made Knight Banerett=f Elcnor d. to Piers 



at the Siege of Tirwin and Tourney and was after Chamber- 
laine of Chester. 



d.toPhill. 
Egerton 
of Olton. 



Dutton of Dutton. 
[In a later hand.'] 



1. Elenor=pS r RandoU=p2. Isabell S r Ric. Brereton John 3" sonne. Peter 5'" 



Brereton d. to S r of Tatton de 



sonne a 



ofMallpas. 



quo in suo loco. Tho. 4 th sonne Preist. 
Butler of U a Preist. 

Beausy. 



Anne. S r Randoll Brereton of=pMary d. to S r W m Griffeth Chamberlaine 



Mallpas 156G. 



of North Wales. 



S r Randoll Brereton of Mallpas 15S0. 



44 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



S 1 ' Roger Brereton=pKatherine d. 



of Wolsacre in 
Mallpas parish 6 th 
son. 



to S r W m 
Brereton of 
Brereton. 



W ra Brere ton- 
Chamberlain 
to K. H. 8 

7 th sonne. 



-Elizabeth d. to 
Charles Somerset 
Earle of Wore 
wid. to S r Jn° 

Savage. 



Roger : 
Brereton. 



; Mary sister Elizab. ux r Elenor vx r . . . . Brackenburv 

to S r Ralfe Bar- & 2 a to Ralfe Barton of Not- 

Bagnall. wick. tinghamsh. 



Roger. 



Rob't 8 lh 
sonne now 
living 
1566. 



Henry. 
Thomas. 



S r Urian 
Brereton of 
Hanford de 
quo in suo 
loco. JB 



Elenor vxo r Jane vxo 1 ' Anne vx r Jn° Har- 
S 1 ' William S r Jn° court of Ranton in 

Brereton of Hanmer. Com. Staff. & after 
Brereton. to Ju° Persall of 

Horsley. 



Elizabeth vx r Rich. 
Cholmcley & after to 
S' Randoll Manwar- 
ing of Peever. 



3Srtrtton of Cattmu 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 18".] 

Akms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, tiro bars Salle, in chief a mullet Azure, a 
crescent Or for difference. 2 and 3. Quarterly — 1 and 4. Quarterly, Argent 
and Gules, a label of five points Azure. [Massy.] 2 and 3. Azure, three 
lozenges Or. [Called Woksley.] 

Crest. — A bear's head erased Sable, muzzled Gules, charged on the neck with a 
crescent on a mullet for difference. 



S r W m Stanley of the Holt brother 
to Tho. 1 Earle of Derby Decollat 8 
an'o 1494. 



Elizabeth d. to . . . . Hopton 
widow to Jn° Tiptoft Earle 
of Worcester. 



W m Stanley of Tatton.=p Jane d. & heire to S r Jeffrey Massy of Tatton. 



S r Richard Brereton second sonne to S v =pJane d. & heire to W m 



Randoll Brereton of Mallpas. lo 



Stanley of Tatton. 



Richard eldest Geffrey Brercton=pAlice d. to Piers Anne mar. to ... . Bouthe 



sonne sans 
issue. 



of Tatton. 



Lecester of 
Tabley. 



of Barton & 2 A to S r W m 
Damport of Bromhall. 



Richard Brereton. 



Anne. 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 



45 



Brereton of gsljlep. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 19.] 

Arms. — Quarterly of twelve. — 1. Argent, two bars Sable, a crescent for difference 
Gules. 2. Argent, a m > Azure. \. Mai. pas.] .",. Argent, an 

displayed Sable. 4. Oules,tw tssant Argent, a lal ts Or. 

[Strange.] 5. Or, two ravens Sable. [Corbet.] 6. Sable, a chevron 
between three bulls' heads cabossed Argent. 7. Quarterly, Argent and Oules, 
over all on a bend Sable three mullets of the first. \ A.shley.] 8. Oules, three 
Mche Or, a chief of the second char ■ h a cr nt for 

<liffer<iire. [Arderne.] 9. Argent, on a bend engrailed Sable an annulet Or. 
[Radclhte.] 10. Argent, a griffin segreant Gules. [Chad | 11. 

Quarterly, Argent and Gules, a bend Azure. [Timperley.] 12. Gules, a 
lion rampant Ermines (sic). 

Chest. — A bear's head erased Sable, muzzled Gules, charged on the neck with a 
crescent for difference Or. 

Richard Brercton of the Lea=pThomasine d. & heire 



younger sonue to 8 r "W m 
Brereton of Brereton. 



to George Ashley of 
Ashley in Com. Cestr. 



George Brereton=pSibill d. & heire to William Arderne Agnes. Jane. 



of Ashley. € 



of Timperley. 



William Brereton of=Jane d. to Peter 
Ashley & Timperley Warburton of 
1580. Arely. 



I II II 

Richard George. John. 

sans — — 

issue. Edward. Thomas. 



Lncretia. 



Brereton of HanfoiU 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 19".] 

Arms. — Quarterly of eight. 1. Ar> irs Sable, a cross \_flory Gules, 

charged with five bezants; on the upper bar] a crescent for difference. 2. < 
three pheotis Argent. [Malpas.] 3. Argent, a cross /lory (or pa/once) Azure. 
"Malpas.] 4. Argent, a lion rampant (lutes, between six pheons Sable. 
"Egerton.] 5. An/cat, a chevron between three crescents Gates. [Ipstones.] 
6. Sable, an estoile Argent, pierced .... [Hanford.] 7. Gules, a scythe 
Argent. [Praers.] 8. Argent, a chevron between three muscles C 
[Ashton ?] 

Crest. — A bear's head erased Sable, muzzled Gales, on the neck a /dale, thereon a 
sjtury of the second, charged with five bezants. 

Drawing of crest,* Plate II., Pig. 7. 



* This Crest being the ancient Crest of W° Hanford, whose sole heire was married fa S 
William Brereton, is allowed to Eaudoll Brereton of Hanford to Beare and vse by me R. Glou r 
Somerset in May 1584. 



46 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



James Stanley 
Bishop of Ely. 
i 



William Hanford= 
of Hanford. 



S 1 ' John Stanle; 
first husband. 



Margret d. &=j=S r Vrian Brereton of Hanford=p Alice d. to S r 



sole heire to 

William 

Hanford. 



John Stanley = Ellin d. to S r 
sans issue. Edw. ffitton. 



younger sonne to S r Randall 
Brereton of Mallpas. S 



Edm'd Trafford. 



Vrian. Margaret [sans issue, Mary sans issue. 
Earl. 1505]. — 

— Marteaux vx 1 ' 

Dorothy vx r George Alexand r Barlow. 
Bedish. 



Randoll Brereton Will' Brereton=j=Katherin d. to Edward mar. y e 



I 



of Hon ford 1580 now of Hon- 
sans issue [legit.], ford 1596. 



Thomas base sonne. 



Roger Hurls- d. of 
ton of Chester. Latham of Ire- 
land [Irlam]. 



Richard 
sans issue. 



Jane sans issue. 



[John sans issue. Cutbert sans Cibell vxo r Tho 8 Jane vx r Edward Ligh 

Harl. 1505.] issue. Ligh of Adlington. of Baguley. 



Thomas sans 
issue. 



35rtreton oi €ccltstmt* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 20.] 
[No arms given.] 



Ranulph Brereton of Eccleston : 
in Com. Palatinat. Cestrie. 



= d. to 

Manley. 



d. to . . . .=pJohn Brereton=F2. Katherine d. to ffoulke 



fflorence of the 
Holt. 



of Eccleston. 



Jane vx r Thomas Hultne of Coddington. 



Button Alderman of 
Chester. 



Richard Brereton=pMaud d. to Randolf. Urian. 



of Eccleston now 
living 1580. 



Ric a Hmlston — 
of Picton. John. 



Mary vx r W m Dorothy. 
Alderscy of — 

Chester. Vrsula. 



George Brereton setatis 2£ annor'm 1580. 



Jolm 2 d sonne. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



47 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 28".] 

Arms from a Seal, Plate I., Fig. 3, inscribed S. Wilielmi de Bromley.* 

Sciant &c. nos Eob't* de Shirrard d'n'a de Chetilton, dedi Will'mo filio Will'mi de Stanlegh 
totalli illam terrain quam aliquando Mag r Joh'es de Stanlegh teuuit ad firmam de Will'mo de 
Chetilton pat re raco. Testib 3 magistr Joh'es de Stanlegh Wall c Crater ej" Will'mo de Bagenhold 
Hugo de Chetilton. 

Indentura facta inter Joh'em filium Ric'i de Bromley de Badington Randulpham de Main- 
waring Richard de Bromlegh de Barkesford, Joh'em de Chalmondlegh de Chorley Dame le S' 
Peer et Uriam de S' Peer ex vna & Will'm til in' Radulphi de Egerton ex altera. Testatur quod 
predict? Joh'es sunt obligati dicto Will'mo de Egerton in 100 marcis : attamen diet" Will'm" de 
Egerton Concedit p' p'nt' quod si p'dict* Joh'es lili s Riehardi de Bromley proseq' vnu' bre 
forindon en descendere versq' dietu' Will'm de Egerton et Elenam vxorem ej* de Manerio de 
Chetilton retornabilem coram Justic' &c. Dat. 3 H. 5. 

Drawing of a circular seal, bearing the arms and crest in Plate I., Fig. 4, inscribed 
S' Richardi de Bromley. 

Cest's Indenture faict' entre John de Haukeston, Chl'r, d'une part's ; et Will'm fitz John de 
Bromley, John de Bromley, Will'm fiV. Walter de Bromley, Roger de Bromley, Walter de Bromley 
et Anabella la fille de Mathew d'autre part. Testmoigne que le diet's W", John do Bromley, W™ 

ffitz Walter. Uoirer et Walter sont liez audirt Julm de i 1 a m -k< ■ -i . .i i . c nt. lieures p' vng estatut 

■int. Et le diet Anabell est lie a mesme John de Hawkestou en 60 lieurs, la quelle Anabell 
anssy p' sa Chartre a donne audict John de Haukston et Anabell sa fem'e, tous ses terres enfond, 
en le Conte de Stafford ensemblement avec la vouson de la Eglise de Chettilton et la reversion de 
la Manier de Chettilton. Donne a cest's an" 32 Ed. 3. 

Drawing of a seal, Plate I., Fig. 4, inscribed S. Richardi de Bromley. 

Drawing of a seal, bearing a fleur-de-lys, and inscribed S. Henrici de Chettilton. 
[Henrici de Bromley in Harl. 1505,/c. 26 4 .] 



Bromley, 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 29.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Quarterly per fess indented Gules and Or. 2. Argent, 
on a chi vron Gules five bezants, a bordure engrailed of the second. [Chetilton.] 
3. Argent, on a fess Sable between six fleurs-de-lis (Jules three cross-croslets 

Or. [Clifton.] 
Crest. — A pheasant silling proper, combed Gules. 



Drawing of arms, Plate I., Fig. 5. 

S r Walter Bromley mar. Alice sister & 
heire to Warren Barward [Burward']. 



Bromley Antigua. 

W m Bulkley.= 



Geffrey Bromley 
vixit 1 E. 1. 



Ro 



S r Robt. Bromley 
of Ashley in Com. 
Staff, vixit 1 E. 1. 



W m de Chettilton 
an 12 H. 3. 

L 

I 



Richard 
Bromley. 



Rob't de 
Chetilton. 



W'". Rob't Bulkley 

of Eaton. 

J 

I I I 

Robert. Richard. Ellin. 



[Above the seal is written]: — Carta Will'mi de Chetilton dat. apud Chetilton 14" Ed. 3. 



48 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



D| 



John Bromley Richard=p d. to Henry W m John. Lettice of whome 



visit G E. 3. Brom- 
ley. 



Knock- deChe- 2 d 
ton. tilton. son. 



W m . 



S r John Bromley 
discended. 

* 



John Bromley of Randoll Richard. Walter. Sir W m de Chettilton 
Ashley 23 E. 3. Bromley. an'o 11 E. 3. 



Alice (1. & heire vx r John Bromley.=pJone d. to Mathew de=pJone d. & heire to 
John fii'odcshame. .... Chettilton. W m Clifton. 



Walter Jone vxor Lettice vxor . . . . 

Bromley .... Ligh Marchomley. 

first of Cheshire. — 

sonne. — Millicent vx r . . . 

=r Maud. Starne. 



Roger Bromley William =j=Anabell 



of Baresford Bromley 

;;•' s.m, mar. of Rad- 

Lettice d. to ington 

Hugh Cholmley. 2 d sonne. 



d. & 
heire. 



Lettice d. & heire Richard =p 
vx 1 ' John Cholm- Bromley, 

ley. 



John Bromley .=p Richard Bromley whose 
descent followes on the 
next side. 



W IU Cholmley Rob't. Roger. Rob't Bromley.=p Walter=pJoue d. to Richard 
1 st son. =r Bromley. Delves. 



Rob't. Hugh. John Bromley Roger Bromley=j=. . . . d. & heire to Rich. 



of Berresford. of Mitley. 



Mitley [Mitty]. 



Nic'o Bromley=j=Agnes d. & heire Roger Bromley=p. . . . d. & heire to David Brow 



of Norbery. 



of ... . Hulse. t'pe E. 4. 



& his wife .... the d. of . . 
Rathbon. 



I I 

W m s.p.=Jone d. to W m Hassall. Thomas 2 son.=p. ... d. of ... . Hulse. 



Thomas Bromley.=pElizabeth Wilbram. 

I 

W m Bromley ,=pEliz. Huntington. 



Alice d. & heire to Tho s Egerton=pHugh Bromley.=2. Elizab. d. to 
of Hampton. e | Dimmock. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



49 

F 



Hugh Bromley of Xorbery 1597.=f=Anne d. to David Massy of Broxton. 



I I I 

Thomas. Dorothy. Alice. 



W m Bromley=^=Beatrix d. of Ilumfry Hill 
H. 7. of Blore and Buntingsdale. 



John 
•_"' son. 



Roger 3 d = 



Humfrey 
s.p. 



I 



Geo. Broin-=j=Jane d. Jone vx 1 ' Eliz. vx 1 ' S r Tho s W 1 " Brom- Roger Brom- 



ley fc'pe 
II'. 8. 



to S r Richard Rowland Bromley ley of leyof Brongh- 

Tho. Sand- Jennius. Justice of Stoke. ton s.p. 

Lacon. ford. En "land. 



S r Geo. Broinley=pJone d. & heire S r Tho. Bromley=pElizabeth Margarett W° 



Justice of Ches- 
ter 1583. 



to John Waver- L. Chancelor of 
ton of Waverton England, 
in Com. Salop. 



d. to 8* \\'S r Rio. s.p. 
Adrian Newport. 
ffortescue. j\ 



I II I I I I 

ffrancis=Joice d. to Edw. Edw. 2 son. John Mary. Susan vx* .... 

Bromley. Leighton of — 4 th — Pulesdon of 

"Watilsborow. George 3 d son. son. Mar- EmerallinCom. 

garetfc. fflint. 



I I I 

Henry = Eliz. d. to Thomas. 

Bromley. S r W m — 

Pelham. Gerrard. 



I I III 

Edward. Annerxm- MurieU. Eliza- 
Ric'o Corbet. — beth. 

Jone. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 29". Harl. 1505, fo. 27".] 

Arms. — Quarter!// of seven coats. — 1. Quarter///, per fess indented Gules ami Or, an 
escoc/ieon Argent, charged with a griffin segreant Vert. 2. Argent, on a 
chevron Gules five bezants, within a honture engrailed of the second. 
[Chetilton.] 3. Argent, on a /esse Sable between sir fleurs-de-lis Gules, 
three cross-croslets Or. [Clifton.] ■■!. Gules, a scythe erect Argent, between 
the blade unit tin' handle three fleurs-de-lis of the second. [Praees.] 5. Vert, 
a cross engrailed Ermine. [Wettenhall.] 6. Sable, on a chevron between 
three bulls lnads cabossed Argent, as many mullets Gules. [Buckley.] 7. 
Argent, a chevron Sable between three bucks' heads cabossed Gules. [ Pabker.1 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Or, a demi-lion rampant Art/nil supporting a banner 
Gules, charged with a lion passant guardant of the first. 



Mathew dc Chettiltom 
an" 14 E. 3. 



: Jone d. & heire to W m Clifton. 

Arms. — Arg. on afessSa. beta-. Qfleurs 
de lis Gut. 3 cross croslets Or. 



50 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



A| 



W m Bromley : 
of Eadington 
\Badington\ 
16 R. 2. 



-Ainabell 
Chetil- 

ton. 



W m Praers=i=Lettice d. & co- 



of Badely. 



heireto"W m Wet- 
nail by Lettice 
d. & lieire to 
Rob't Bulkley. 



William= 
deChet- 
tilton 
obi j t 
s.p. 



=Katherine d. to 
John Arderne 
after mar. to 
Ralfe Wetnall 
3 dl - v to Henry 
Delves. 



John Bromley of Rad- 
ington de quo ante. 



Richard Bromley of Chet- 
tilton an° 9 H. 4. 



=Agnes Praers. 



S r John Bromley Captaine of Damfront Seneshall &= 
Constable of Bossenville G H. 5. 

Arms. — Quarterly, per fess indented Gu. & Or, 

an escocheon Arg. charged with a griffin 

segreant Vert. 



: Margery d. of 
Sir John Massy 
of Tattou. 



William 
Bromley. 



Thomas 
first son 
s.p. 



W m Bromle 
9 H. 6. 



Margrett d. to 
Randoll Man- 
waring of 
Badeley. 



Richard 

& 
Ranulph 
s.p. 

"I 



Agnes vxo r Hugh Margret 
Cholmondley s.p. vx r W m 
Hassall. 



1. Martha d. to Rich. Woodvile Earle of=pS r John Bromley 
Rivers by Jaquet Dutchesse of Bedford, obijt 3 H. 7. 



: 2. Jone d. & heire to 
W m Hexstall. 



Tho. Bromley 
filius nothus 
vt opinor. 



: Jone sister & heire 
to Jn° Parker of 
Coppenhall al's 
Copnall. 



I 

Margery vx r 
S r W m Stan- 
ley of Hoo- 
ton. 



Isabel vx r W m 
Needham of 
Shevington. 



Margaret vx r 
S r Jn° Harper 
of Rushall. 



Margre \_Margery~\ vx r . . . . Gerard of y e Brine. 



Richard s.p. 



John a 

monk at 

Sheene. Robert s.p. 



Thomas 
s.p. 

Roger a 
preist. 



! 

W m Bromley of Nanipt- 
wich Comptroller to the 
Earle of Derby 6 th son 
& heire. 



I 

W m Bromley 

of Darnford 
nere Nant- 
wich. 



=Margaret d. Margaret 
to Nic'o a Nunne 

Alexander of Sion. 
of Dover in 
Kent. 



=Ellin d. to 
Edward 
Underbill 
pensioner. 



Rob't^Ellin d. 
2 d I to Hum- 



sonne. 



fry Man- 
■warinsr. 



Roger 3 d son 
[mar. Kathe- 
rine d. to S r 
Jn° Harring- 
ton of Extori]. 



Thomas Anne. Eilin. 
Bromley. — 

Margret. Roger. 



AYilliam. Margaret. Ellin. 

Jone. 
John. 



Margret vx r John 
Masterson. 

Ellin vx r Geffery 
Mishull [Minshull]. 

Katherine vx r 
Gabriell "Wetnall. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



51 



[Hurl. 1424, fo. 21 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 19".] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Or, a cross engrailed per pah Gules and Sable. 2 and 3. 
Argent, a chevron Sable between three bucks heads cabosscd Gules. [Paekeu.] 
Crest. — A brock or badger Argent [proper]. 



Thomas Brook al's Brookes of=p. . . . d. to 



Leighton in Com. Cestrife. 



Venables. 



Bob't Brook S r Richard Brooke Lord Cheife= 
3 d sonne. Baron of the Excheq r . 



d. to . . . . Leedes. 



Robert=. . . . d. Brigettvx r Ciceleyvxor Elizab. ux r Margret vx r 1 Jn° 

Brooke, to ffas- S>' Henry Tho'ffouls- Glegg of Gaiton 2 d 'y 

Oul- tolf of Delves of hurst of 

grave. Suffolk. Duddington. Crew. 



to W m Whorwood 
3<Jiy to W m Shelton 
of Bely. 



John = 


=Jane d. 1. Elizab. =j 


=2 


Brook of 


to ... . d. to . . . . 


to 


Leighton. 


Meverell Minshull. 
of Throw- 
legh in Com. 
Staff. 


Crocket 



d.= Raph =3 d.=4. ... d. to 

Brook to ifrods- 

;t. had 4 Wryght. ham. 
wives. 



Thomas Brook=pElizab. d. to Tho 3 Starky 
of Leighton. of Alton \_01ton~\. 



Roger=f=Margery d. to Tho 8 Wetnall 
Brook, of Cholmston [Chelmston]. 



Raph Brook=p Margrett d. to Oliver Mainwaring Roger. John. Thomas, 
of Nantwich. of Nantwich. 



Roger Brook.=Mary d. and coheire to Tho 5 L. Parr Raph. Richard. Robert, 
of Horton. 

Bvooftc of iiorton. 



1. Katherine d. to=j=John Brooke of=j=Margery Richard=pChristian Andrew 



Tho 9 Ormesham 
[Ormeshaw] 



Leighton 156G. 



Anne vx r W m Monkas Maud v.V 
[Mokas] of Coppen- Tho s Triber 
hall. of Norwich. 



d. to 
Charles 
Man- 
waring 
of Crox- 
ton. 



Brook of 
Norton in 
Cheshire. 



d. to Jn° Brooke of 
Carew of Kirkby 3 d 
Hackam. sonne. 

Basill Brooke 
of Lubenham 

[Davenham]. 



52 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Richard Tho 3 Brook = Alice d. to W m William. Charles. Eobert. Margery. 
s.p. of Leightou Croxton of — — 

■ 1588. Ravenscroft. John. Roger. 



Anne d. to=pTho a Brook=2. Elizabeth Poynings. Richard. Mary vx r Richard 
Henry of Norton d. to W m — Brereton. 

Lord 1580. Marburv. John. 

Audley. 



Prudence. Martha. Christian. Elizab. vx. Lancelot Bartlet & 

after to Kinch Eaton of Eaton. 



S r Richard Brook of=. 

Norton 1599. B : of Chester. 



d. to W m Chatterton George. Christian. Margaret. 



Elenor. 



36rupn of J^tapIcfmU 

[Harl. U24, fo. 33 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 31 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, an eagle displayed Sable. 2. Gules, a scythe 
Argent. [Praers.] 3. Gules, a chevron between three covered cups Or, on a 
chief Argent three griffins heads erased Azure, beaked Or. [Greneway.] 

Ceest. — A fisherman, /tainted A rgenl and Gales ; on his head a cap Sable, turned np 
Or, the doubling charged with three pellets; holding in the dexter hand a 
landing net, over /he shoulder, Argent, staff and frame Or ; and in the sinister 
hand a staff of the last ; his shoes Sable. 

The names of Bruyn hath remained at Stapleford time out of mind as appeareth 
by divers deeds sans date and deeds alsoe bearing date in Edw. 3 time and other 
Kinges times since that. 

The[y] Alwais Sealed with the Eagle which Amies are borne at this day by Jn° 
Bruyn of Stapleford that married Dorothy Holford Anno 1566. 

W m Praers of Peyton & Duddon.^=Ellin. 



W m sonne=p 
& heire. 



Jane. 



Henry 
s.p. 



I 



Margret. 



Roger Praers 2 a son had the moity of 
Duddon given him by his father W m . 



Jone vx r W m 
Meinelwering. 

I 



Nicholas Bruyn of Stapleford.=pEllin d. & heire. 



Roger Brayn.= 

A 



Ellin. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Thomas Bruyn.=p[.ffW« d. <£■ hcire to Tho s Greneway of Bidulph.] 



James Bruyn.- 



John son & heire s.p. James Bruyn.=F. ... d. to ... . Starky. 
John Bruyn.=pMary d. to . . . . Otley of Shropsh. James 2 d son. 



53 



Anne=j=Jn° Bruyn=pDoroty 



sister 


of Staple- 


d. to 


toS r 


ford 1566 


Tho 9 


John 


& 1580. 


Holford 


Done. 




of Hol- 
ford. 


Jn° 


1 
John=Eliz. d. to 


s.p. 


Bruyn. Henry 




Ha 


rdware. 



James. Rob't. Anne vx r Katherine vx 1 ' Mary 

— — .... John Chetham. a vir- 
"W m . Tho 8 . Hocknell — gin. 

— — & after Margaret mar. 
Rafe. Rich, to ... . to Griffith 

Bostock Dycas [Dyvas]. 
of Huxley. 



Ill III III ILL 

Nicolas. Richard. Jane. Elizabeth. 

Thomas. George. Anne. Margaret. 

James. "William. Mary. Katherine. 



ftrujm of Carton ♦ 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 84. Harl. 1505, fo. 32.] 

Abms. — Quarterly— 1 and 4. Argent, an eagle displayed Sable. 2 and 3. [Argent] 
on a chevron between three bulls' heads cabossed [Sable] a mullet [Silver]. 
[Pbbstland.] Over all a crescent for diffi rence. 

Crest. — A fisherman, habited per pale , 1 rgenl and Gules, his cap of the same, holding 
in the dexter hand a staff Or, and having at his back a basket Vert. 

Geffery Bruyn a second brother of Stapleford.=p. . . . base d. to . . . . Warberton. 



Brayn.=j=. ... d. to ... . Prestland. 



Phillip Bruyn of Tarvyn.=pEliz. d. to S 1 John Done. 



Nic'o Bruyn of Tarvyn.=pElizabeth d. to Raudoll Brereton of Mallpas. 
a I 



54 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Jn° Bruyn of Tarvyn.=pAlice d. to . . . . Massy of Poddington. 



John Bruyn of Tarvin.*^. . . . d. to Rafe Birkenhead of Croton: 



1 d. & heire to . . . .=j=Rick. Bruyn=2. Katherine d. to=pJames Cliff 



Prestland of Sutton. 



of Tarvin. Thomas Strich. 1 husband 



Rafe Bruyn of Tarvin.=pKatherine d. to James Cliffe. 



Piers Bruyn of Tarvin.=pAnne d. to Rob't Bird. 



Ralfe Bruyn of Tarvin an 1566.=fElizab. d, to Rich, llassy of AudforcV 



Ralfe Bruyn. Ellenor. 



BuIMccjIk 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 26 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 24\] 

Arms. — Bulkley of Bulkley. — Argent, three bulls' heads cabossed Sable. 

Bulkley of Eaton. — Sable [Argent] a chevron between three bulls' heads 

cabossed Argent \_Sable~]. 
Bulkley of Noebuey.— Argent, a chevron engrailed between three bulls' 

heads cabossed Sable. 
Bulkley of Prestland. — Sable, on a chevron between three bulls' heads 

cabossed Argent, a mullet. 

Robart Bulkley Lord of the Mannor of Bulkley ,=p 



BuIlUcj? of JLElorc. 

William Bulkley visit t'pe E. 1 et E. 2.=f Peter de Bulkeley.=pNicola Bird. 

Bulblcg of BicUctton. 



Thomas Bulkleghof Alpram David de=j=EUin. John de=j= Audrey d. & heire to 
t'pe 4 E. 2. =p Bulkley. 

A B | C 



Bulkley. | Jn° Titley of Wore. 

D 



* The words in italics are omitted in Harl. MS. 1424. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



55 



A daughter mar. Eob't Bulkley 36 (sic) : 
to Tho 8 Arderne. E. 3, 1318. 



Hugh Bnlkley=pEllind.toTho a 



of Wore. 



Wilbram of 

Wood In y. 



S r John .... vx r S r W m Bulkley— 
Arderne. Eob't Leigh. 3G E. 3. 



Humphrey Bulkley=T=Cicely d. & 
of Wore. 



heire of John 
Moulton. 



A d. mar. to Robert Richard Bulkley : 
.... Stanley Leigh. of Bickerton 
of Elford. ' 9 H. 4. 



\Villiam=i=Beatrice d. & heire 



Bulkley 
ofWore. 



to W m Hill of 
Buntin^seale. 



David Bulkley of Bickerton- 
18 H. 6, 1439. 



John Bulkley of Bickerton t'pe E. 4- 
et H. 7. 



Tho a Bulkley=pElizabeth d. to Randol] 
obijt 1591. Grosvenor of Bellaport. 



Rowland Bulkley of Wore 
1596. 



John Bulkley of Bickerton 20 H. 8.=j=Mary d. to Tho 3 Dodd of Broxton. 



Rob' Bulkley of Bickerton.= 

I 
Thomas Bulkley. 



W m Bulkley lord= 
of Bulkley 18 E. 
3, 1342. 



Robart Bulkley : 
of Eaton 
2 d sonne. 



Alice ux. 
Tho. Hol- 
ford Esq. 
for the 
body to 
K. R. 2. 



Rob't de 
Bulkley. 



Bulk- 
ley. 



& coheire 
to Roger 
de Ched- 
ley. 



Roger Bulklc 
of Xorbury 
3 d son. 



1 I 

Ric. de=pAgnes, d. Ellin. 



I 
David : 
Bulk- 
ley. 



Rich. Bulkier 
of Prestland 
4 th sonne. 



Tho. de Richard 
Nor- Bukley 



bury. 



\Bulhlwj\ 
al's Prest- 
land. 



I 



ford 
L. of 
Bulk- 
leicrh. 



vx r W m Bulkley vxo r S 1 
Wet- =r ' Law- 



W"Hol- John. Lettice Richard Margery 8 r Edw. A d. SMohnNorbury 

Wever. mar. to Thresorer of 

Will'm England mar. 

rence Hulse. Elizabeth sister 

Warren. =j= to ^afe Butler 

1: Sudley. 
H i=P 



56 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



E | F | 



William Lettice vx r W m W m Bulkley W'» Hulse David S r Henry Norbury 

Bulkley. Prares [Pra&rs] y e first con- of Nor- Hulse. mar. Anne d. & h. 

of Baddeley. stable of bury. =p to W m Croser. 

=p Beamaris. /\\ 



Agnes vx r Rich. Broinle 
of Chettilton. 



I 

Eoland Bulkley .= 



I 
S r Hugh Hulse Justice- 

of the K's Bench. 



S'John William S r Jo n Tho.— 
Brom- Bulkley. Hulse Hulse 

ley. =p B.p. 



I I I 
Andrew Arch- W m L : Jo n Hulse 
deacon of of S l of Whit- 
Richmond. Johns, church. 



S r Richard Bulkley.- 



ux. S r W m Troubeck [Troutbec¥\. 



S r Richard Bulkley now living 1595. : 



Richard son and heire. 



R r Jn° Norbury mar. 
Jane d. to S r Otes 
Gilbert. 



I I II 

Etfz. [EUi/n] vx. Anne vxo r Rich- Jane vx. Cicely. 

W m Sidney & after ard Hawkes Thomas 

to ... . Uvedale. [Hawks']. Cruse. 



I 
Richard Hallyweil.=f Anne d. & heire. 



Edmund L : Bray.=pJane d. & heire. 
Anne vxo r George Brooke L : Cobham. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



57 



BSulitlc^ of Bullilry. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 27 b .] 
Thomas Bulkley of Bulkley.=p 



Roger de Bulkeley. : 



W m de Bulkeley. 



Richard sonne to Cadogau=j=Mabell d. 
de Hadley 30 E. 1. & heire. 



W m de Hadley of Bulkeley : 
an 8 E. 2. 



W m de Hadley of Bulkley= 
an 37 E. 3. 



Isabell d. & heire vxor Hamon de 
Bressy of Bulkley. 

•r- 



Richard de Bulkley/ 



I 



W m de Bulkley/ 

I 
Richard de Bulkley 
8 E. 2, 1314. 



W™ or Wilkin de Bulkley an°= 
15 E. 3 et 15 R. 2. 



Mauld d. & heire vxor Wilkin 
de Tatnall. 

de quo in suo loco. 



Calcott of Calcott, 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 40''. Harl. 1505, fo. 40\] 

Amis. — Anient, a /ess Azure, fretty Or, between three cinque/oils Gules, pierced of 
the field. 

David Calcott of CaIcott.=p 
I 



Robert Calcott of Caleott.=pMargery d. to . . . . Bird of Yegfeld in Com. Salop 



! 



Tho 9 Calcott of Calcott.=pElizabeth d. to Robert Dod of Broxton. 

A I 



58 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Katherin=j 
d. to 
John 
Pyker- 

ing. 


1 
= fhomas Calcott= 

of Calcott liv- 
ing 1580 mar. 
to his 3 d wife 
Katherine d. to 
.... ffawne of 


i i 
=2. Jane Lancellott. 

Jo e] d. — 

to Dauid Charles. 

Dodof 

Edge. 


N 1 

Katherine yxo r Tho s Isabell. 
Carrison yeo. 

Alice vxo r Henry Heath 
of Coventry in Com. Warw. 




Liuhfeild. 


1 
Anthony. 


1 
W m . 


1 1 , 
Katherin. Mauld. 


Randoll= 
( laleott 


1 
Jane d. to Thomas. Lancellott= 
Albone Calcott. 


= Ellin d 
to Edn 


Dorothy vx r Rob't Dodd 

of Little Aldersey. 



of Cal- Butler of Gittens of 

cott. Aston. Wrixham. 



Margery vx 1 ' Tho s Crane 
of the lie of Man. 



CalMtp of tije ilea. 

[Hail. 1421, fo. 35". Harl. 1505, fo. 33.] 

Arms. — Quarterly often. — 1. Argent, a fess Gules between three calves passant Sable. 
[Calveley.] 2. Sable, mi ei chevron Argent, between three crosses palonce 
Or. as many cinguefoils .... [Mottram.] 3. Argent, en a betid Sable, nine 
annulets interlaced by threes Or. [Huiserk.] 4. Ermine, a fess Gules. 
[Barxak.] 5. Anient, on a saltire Sable, five swans of the field. [Burgh.] 
6. Sable, two hinds counter --trippant Anient. [Cottingham.] 7. Azure, a 
falchion in bend Argent, hilt Or, within a bordurc engrailed of the last. 
[Tattnall.] 8. Argent, on a mount. Vert, a buck couohant Gules. 
[Herthill.] 9. Sable, a chevron between three hulls' heads cabossed Argent. 
[Bulkley.] 10. Gules, a fess dauectlce Ermine between three bugle-horns 
stringed Or. [Cotgreve.] 

Crest. — .4 calf's head erased Sable, ducally gorged Or. 



Margret Queene= 
of Arragon. 



:S r Hugh Calveley called good S r = 
Hugh t'pe R, 2 & H. 4. 



d. & heire of 
Mottram. 



David s.p. Hugh Calveley.=p. ... d. to ... . Honford of Honford. 



S r Hugh Hubeck.— d. to S 1 ' Tho 5 

Corbett. 



S r Hugh Hubeck.— d. to Tho s 

Bretoft. 
A n 



Barnacft. 

Walter Barnak.^. ... d. to ... . 
Woodford. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



59 



S r John Hubeck.=pMary d. to S r Tho. 
Alesbury. 



Walter Barnack.=f=. . . . d. & coheire 

of ... . Burgh. 



S r Henry Hubeck (s/c).=pJone d. & coheire. 



■S r Hugh=i=Maud 2 d d. & coheire Anne eldest d. vxo r Robert Mary 3 d d. vx. S r 
Calveley. to S r Henry Huberk. Sherrard of Stapleford in Norman de Swin- 

Com. Lee. ford. 

S 1 ' Hugh Calveley of Vt kin ton slayne=rMargret d. to S r Jn° Hone 
at Bloreheath an° 1459. of Utkiuton. 



Elizabeth vxo 1 ' John Eaton Hugh Calveley=pChristian d. & heire of 



of Denbigh. 



esq'. 



Cottiugham. 



Ric.=pAlice Jone mar. to Robert Massy=pDorothy S 1 ' GQorge=j=[Elizab.d. to 



Clilf. 



Caveley S r Jn° Ligh of Codding- i Calveley. Calveley I . . . . Dullun 
(sic). of Baguley ton. of the of Button. ,] 

B.p. Lea. 



Rich, grandfather to 
S r George Cliff. 



Roger Massy of 
Coddington. 



Jn° Ham-=pElein Ji' Richard=pChristian 1. Rob't=j=Borothy=p2. Edmund 



Calveley. Bostockof 
Churton. 



Calve- 
ley. 



port of I Calveley. Hough of Calveley. Bostockof Calve- Aimer. 
Calveley. Leigh- 

ton. 

Hugh Lamport W m Hough of Lancellot Bostock AV ro Aimer. 

of Calveley. Leighton. the pensioner. 

Thus in Earl. 1505. 
Edwin E.arthill.=r 



David H.^Sara Tochett. 
J 

I 

Ji'ir/iard ff.=F 



Thomas H. 



Richard H.=P 



Wilcock lliiiihili.- 



ii)artt)tn. 

Edwin Harthill of HarthilL 



David Harthill.=f [<SW;</ sister to 'I ho. Tochett L: of 
Tattershall in Com. Chestr.] 

I 
Richard Harthill.=p 



Wiloock llai-thill.=p 

'■I 



60 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Tomkin Tattenhall al's Tafcnall son to Wilcock Tatnall.=pCiceley Havtlnll. 



Wilcock Tattnall.=pMaud d. & heire to Wilcock Bulkley. 



Thomas Tattenhall.=rMargaret d. & heire to Jenkin heire oi 

I Barretts [Berretfii] Poole. 



William Tattenhall.=f=Ernni. d. & coheire to Randoll Cotgreve of Cotton. 



Thomas Tatnall.T=Margrett d. to Hugh Bulkley of Wore. 



John 5 th sonne. Anthony Calveley of Peter 2 a S r Hugh=pElenor Halle 



Houghton on the sonne. Calveley 

George 4 th sonne. hill juxta Chester of the 

3 nne. Lea. 



d. & Tatnall 

coheire. s.p. 



Margret d.=S r George Calveley=2. Agnes d. & Hugh=r. . . . d. Elinor vx r 

to W m of the Lea living heire to Ant Calveley to John 

Morton of 1566 obijt sine Baron Wod- of the Leicester Dutton. 

Morton. prole legitima hull widow to Lea of Toft. | 

[1585]. Richard Chet- 1596. Piers 

wood. Dutton. 



George Calveley. Hugh Calveley. Dorothy. 



Canncjttm of Carnntjton. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 39 h . Harl. 1505, fo. 39°.] 

Arms. — Sable, on a bend Argent three lozenges of the field. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Or, a unicorn's head Sable, armed and waned of the 
first. 

W m Carrineton of Carinp;ton.=r 



W ,n Carinarton of Carimjton. 



S' George Caringfcon of Caring ton; 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

A I 



61 



S r John Carington Nicholas Ralph, s.p. Peter Will 
of Carington. s.p. [a Pr&ist]. s.p. Carington. 



I'Minuud. 



George. 



Ilamlutt Thomas Einme vx r Randoll Owen Carington Andrew-p 
s.p. s.p. Brereton. eldest sonne s.p. Carington. 

Thomas Brereton.=p 



Vrian Brereton. 



1. Annc=Jt'lin Carington=p2. Ellin d. Ilamon Bonaventure Jane vxo r Edw. 



d.to 

Ligh of 

Bout bus. 



of Carington 
mar. to his 3 d 
wife Ellin d. to 
W m Brereton of 
Brereton. 



to George 
Bowth 
[Bouth] 
of Dun- 
ham. 



2 d son. 4 th son. 

George 
3 d son. 



Holland [of 
Denton~\. 

Margrett vxo 1 

Piers Domvill 
of Limm. 



! I ! 

William Carington. Katherine. 
Andrew Carington. 



John Carington 1 

of Carington 
L566. 



I'.llin d. toTho s Elizabeth. 
Holford of Hoi- — 
ford. Elenor. 



Jane. 



Jone. 



CJjantrcll oi tijt Baits al's oi tfje Bad)* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 41. Harl. 1505, fo. 41.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and i. Azure, a pelican in her nest feeding her young A 
2 and 3. Barry of six Ermine and Vert. 

Crest. — A hirer Argent, in the gate a bear's head Sable. 

W m Chantrell of the Baits.=p. ... d. to ... . "Wilkes of Staffordshire. 



Robert Chantrell of the Bach.=pMargarct sister to Robert Tatton of Withinshatre. 



W m first sonne s.p. Lawrence Chantrell.=pJanc d. to 8 r Jn° ffitton. Thomas. 



W ra Chantrell of the=FElizabeth d. to George Rob't. Margarett. Lawrence. 



Baits now lyving 
L580. 



Bowtb [Booth] of 

Dunham. Paul. 



W m Chantrell. Richard. Jane vxo r Jn° Dorothy. .Margarett. Elizabeth. 
— Reignold of — 

George. Midlewich. Mary. 



62 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



CBitfojuto oi WBaxlmton. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 37. Harl. 1505, fo. 35.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Quarterly Argent and Gules, four crosses patee counter- 
changed. 2. Azure, a lion rampant Argent. [Crew.] 3. Azure, a lion 
rampant Or. [Sound.] 4. Azure, a plate between three crescents Or. [Rey.] 
5. Or, on a hem! cottised (tubs three crescents Argent. [Rayley.] 6. Quar- 
terly Argent and Sable, in second and /bird quarters a buck's head cabossed 
Or, over all a bendlet Gules. [Henhull.] 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Or a demi-lion rampant Gules. 

Richard Chitwood of Ockley in Staffordshire t'pe Rich. 2 as by a deed with-r- 
a Seale of Amies viz. Chitwood of Bukingham with a difference of S : (sic). 



Roger Chetwood.=f=Margery d. & coheire to William=pMargrett d. & heire to 



Davy [David] Crew. Rayley. 



Richard Henhull [ffcnhall]. 



John Chetwood.=p. . . . d. & heire William Rey.=pElizabeth 



of ... . Sound. 



Rayley. 



Roger Chetwood.=f=EUm d. & heire to W m Rey. 



1 d. to ... .=pThomas Chetwood of Rees in=p2 d. of 



Berisford [Bereford] 
of Bentley. 



Cheshire mar. to his 3 a wife 
.... d. to ... . Spurstow. 



Wilbram of Woodhey. 



Rotrer Chetwood=pEllin d. to Tho s 



of Rees. 



Masterson. 



John & Rafe 
s.p. 



Ellen vxo r . 
of ThelwaU. 



Claiton 



James Chet-= 
woodofWor- 
leston in 
Com. Cestr. 
and of Ock- 
ley in Staff. 
1583. 



Katherine 

d. to 
James 
Hulse of 
Norbury. 



John Chit- 
wood of 
Chitwood in 
Com. Buck- 
ingham. 



Richard Chitwood. 



Richard=j=Agnes d. & 
heire to 
Ant Baron 
Woodhull 
after mar. 
to S r George 
Calveley 
of the Lea. 



Roger 
4th 



Tho"=Anne d. 

Chit- to Jn° 
wood. Leech of 
Nant- 
wich. 



John. 



Anne vxo r 
Roger Colley 
of Terley 

Castle in 
Staff. 



Ellin vxo r 
Jn° Webb 
ofShrews- 
bury. 



Beatrix vxo r Ant 
Dorrington 
[Donnington] of 

Staffordshire. 



Ellin vxo r 
Jn" Hanky 
[Hanke] of 
Churfcon. 

Margery. 



Margrett. 

Elizabeth. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



63 



CJjdmcmticlctcji) bulcjo CjjalmcUp of Cljomlcp, 

[Hurl. 1121, fo. 36". Harl. 1505, IV.. ;;i".] 

Abms. — Quarterly — 1. Gules, in chief two esquires' helmets Argent, mid in base a 
garh Or. 2. Lozengy Or and Azure, a bend Gules, fretty Or. [Cheney.] 
':!. [0'iilrs~\ a chevron between three capons Argent. [Capenhtjrst.] 1. Quar- 
terly Argent mid Gules, in second mid third quarters a fret Or. [Dutton.] 
... Argent, on a limit Gules three escarbunchs Or. [Thornton.] 0. Sabte 
[ Vert], a cross engrailed Ermine. [Kinsslet.] 7. Or, a saltire Sable. 
[Helsby.] 8. Azure, an a chevron between three garbs Or, a crescent for 
difference. [Hatton.] 9. Azure, an estoile of six points issuing from the 
horns of a crescent Argent. [Minshxtll.] 

Crest. — A demi-griffin segreant Sable, beaked and legged Or, Inditing in the claws a 
close helmet Azure [proper], garnished <jold. Quere Kim/ pro Anna alia. 



Kenrick de Cholmondley t'pe E. priori. 



I 



Hugh de Cholmeley. 



William Cholmondley; 



Richard Cholmondley .= 



W m Cholmley=pMaud d. & coheire 
2 d sonne. of ... . Chorley. 



Richard Cholmeley. 1 



^Elizabeth d. to Gilbert Lord Talbott & of 
Katherine d. to y e King of Portugal!. 



Robert" 
Cholmeley. 



William— .Maud d. & heire to S* John= 



Cholmond- 
leigh. 

Richard=rElhn d. 



Cheney & of his wife the 
heire of Capenhurst. 



=W m Lee of Aston 

i." 1 husband. 



William=p 
Cholmeley. 



Cholinlev. 



John Cholmeley receivo r S r James 

to John to the L : Brook dwelt at Lee of Cholme- 

Dain- Copenhull in Staff, mar. Aston. ley. 
port. the d. of ... . Pixstoke. 



John=pJone d. & 



heire to 
Tho a Eaton 
"f Golston. 



John Oholmly 
of Coppenhall. 

Thomas 
Cholmlev. 

I 
Edward 

Cholmley. 

Vide in Staffordshire. 



John 2d > S: Rich. Cholmley S r Roger— Katherine d. 



Richard 
Cholmley. 

I 
Humlrey 
Cholmley. 



Lieutenant of the Cholm- 
Tower s.p. ley. 



to S r John 

< 'unstable. 



Margrett=pS r Richard=f=Katberine d. to Henry 



d. to L : 
Corners. 



Cholmeley. 



Earle of Comberland 
widdow to the Lord 
Scroop of Bolton. 



(Frances. Roger. Richard. Benry. 



64 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Richard=rElenov d. 


1 
& coheire . . . 


vx r .... 


1 
Elizab. vx r J 


1 
i° Ellin vx r Hamon 


Cholmk-v. 


tO S r Tlkr 


Dutton. Hinton. 


Hammer [Han- Massy. 






lmley»=rElizab. 


d. 


to K r 


mer\. 
Randoll P>rerct 




Richard Che 


m of Mallpas. 


1. Amy d. to=pS r Hugh=2. Mary d. 




1 1 
Rich 


1 1 
Randoll 


1 1 1 
Agnes vx r Randoll 


George Dar- 


Cholm 


to 8 r W m 




— 


recorder 


]\1 an waring. 


in an [Dar- 




Griffeth 




Ran- 


of Lou- 


— 


by his 


obi j t 


widow to 




doll. 


don. 


Katherin vxor Rich. 


wife sister to 




S r Rand. 




— i—' 


— 


Prestland. 


R r Rowland 




Brereton. 




S.p. 


George 


— 


[Richard'] 










s. prole. 


Vrsula mar. to Tho 9 


Hill. 












Stanley. 



S r Hugh Cholmley=Mary d. & heire to 
of Cholmley now Christop. Holford 
living 15i»A. of Holford. 



Richard. 



Randoll ffrancis vxo r Tho s 
s.p. AVilbram of Wood- 

hey. 



Clapton oi Clapton in ilaiuasjme. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 38 b .] 
Arms. — Argent, a cross engrailed Sable between four torteaux. 
Gerard Claiton.=p 



John Claiton. 



Warren Claiton. : 



James Claiton. =p 



Adam Claiton. 



John Claiton.=p 



Rafe Claiton. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 65 

A I 



1 

Ad. 

1 
Th 


mi Claitnii 
1 


i.p. William Claiton.=j= 

1 


1 

Lclam Claiton.=p 

1 


> s Claiton s. 


p. James Claiton. =p 

1 


William Claiton.=p 






John Claiton.=p 
1 


1. William=j 
ffarrington. 


-Isabell d.=f=2 Ellin mar. to Christoph* 

& heire. Lister. 



Jane vxo 1 .... Beakensall & Elizab. yx r John Orrell of Torton Ellin 
after to S r Ant" Browne. in the Mores in Com. Lane. s.p. 



Clayton oi CJjcltoall in €ijt%l))>xt. 

[Harl. H-24, fo. 30.] 

Arms. — Anjcni, a sallirc between/our martlets Gules. 

John Clayton of Thdwall.^. . . . base d. to S r Geffery Warburton of A reli • 



Thomas Clayton.=pMaud d. to . . . . Savage a younger brother. 



Randoll Clayton=pEllin d. & coheire to Nic° Page 



ofThehvall. 



of Stathum. 



John Claiton of=j=Maud d. & coheire to Piers Grimsdich 
Thelwall 1566. of Shapcroft in Com. Cestriae. 



Jn° Clayton. William Clayton. Julian vxo r Jn" Warburton Elizabeth. 

— — of Bromll'M. — 

Thomas Claiton. Peter Clayton. Ellin. 



66 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Cliff or Citoe of J^ujrteg* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 37 b . Had. 1505, fo. 35".] 

Arms. — Quarterly of six coats. — 1 and 6. Argent, on a/ess let ween three wolves' heads 
erased Sable as many mullets Or. 2. Ermine, on a. bend cotised Gules three 
crescents Or. [Huxley.] 3. [Sable], threegarbs [Or]. [Styche.] i.Gules,a 
lion rampant Or betirern three crosses formee Jitcliee Argent. 5. Quarterly 
Argent a/id Sable, four corks counterchanged. 

1. Crest. — On a mount Vert a griffin passant Argent, ducal I g gorged Gules. 

2. Crest. — A wolf's head erased quarterly -per pale indented Argent and Sable. 



Stephen Cliff.=j 

Henry Cliff=pAgnes d. & sole lieire to 
of Huxley. I Robert Huxley of Huxley. 



W m Stuch of Stuch=p 
in Com. Salopia. 



Henry Cliffy 

of Huxlcg. 



Thomas=j=Isabell d. & colieire to Hugh 



Stuch. 



I 

Thomas Cliffy 
of Huxley. 



Wohneston [Wolmeslow]. 



Willi m=pElenor sister Jt coheire to 



Stuch* 



Edm d Broughton: 



Hugh Cliff of Huxley. 



John Stuch. = 



Richard Cliff of Huxley .- 



Thomas Stuch.= 



James Cliff of Huxley. =j=Katherine d. & coheire to Thomas Stuch. 



Richard Cliff of Huxley.=pAlice d. to Hugh Calveley. 



I 
Rich.= 

Cliff 
of 

Hux- 
ley 
1566. 



Richard Cliff of Huxley .=pMargrett d. to S r Ric'o Corbett. 



: Jane James Raph=Dorothy d. & 

d. to Cliff of Cliff, heire to Thorn 8 

W m Wal- Kinaston of 

Brere- ford. Walford. 

ton. ^ 



Dorothy 


Alice 


Jane 


vxo r 


vx r 


vxo 1 ' 


James 


Rich. 


Jn° 


Baker. 


Lee of 


Cres- 




Lee. 


well. 


1 
Rebeckah. 


1 
Judith. 


1 
Hestt 



S 1 ' George Cliffe of Huxley= 
living 1590. 



Rachell. Sarah. 



* The words in italics are omitted in Harl. MS. 1424. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



07 



Clutton oi $m\tto\tl). 

[Harl. 14 2 l, fo. 42".] 

Arms.— Quarterly— 1 and 4. Argent, a chevron Ermines, eotised Sable, between 
three annulets (rules, a orescent for difference. 2. Sable, a sling or hand-low 
between two pheons Argent. [Garden.] 3. Argent, a chevron Gules between 
three hicks' heads cabossed Sable. [Parker.] 

David Glutton discended from the=f Margery d. & coheire to . 
house of Clutton in Cheshire. Carden of Cheshire. 



David Clutton of Carden.=pJone sister and heire to John Parker of Copnall. 



Hugh Clutton.=p. ... d. to ... . Calcott of Calcott. 



Rafe Clutton of Carden.=p Mauld d. to Owen Dodd of Broxton. 
I 

Owen Clutton.=pMargery d. to Hurnfry Wilbram of Burland. 



Thornas- 

Clutton 

ofNant- 

wich 

1566. 



: Margery Hum- Roger Alice Katherin Margrett Jane 
d. to frey. Clutton. vxo r vxo r vxo r Tho s vxo r 
Ralfe Thomas Rob't Johnson. Edmund 
Wilbram. Gol- John- Bicker- 
borne, son. ton. 



Tho s marr. the d. & heire of John Heath. 



I 



Thomas Richard. Margrett. Elizabeth. Margery. Jane. Dorothy. Anne. 
Clutton. 



Cocker of fetrctljilU 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 42.] 

Arms.— Quarterly— 1 and 4. Argent, two squirrels sejant in pale Gules. 2 and :;. 
Argent, three dragons saiianl Gules. [Venables.] 

Hugh Cocker=j=. . . . d. & heire to Rich. Venables of Strethill. 



of Strethill. 



Arms. — Arg. 3 dragons saliant Gul. [called 
serpents in Harl. 1505]. 



Richard Cocker of Strethill.=f Mary d. to . . . . Moyne. 



68 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 
Al 



1 d. to Win-=f Hugh Cocker of=p2 d. to Rob't Leigh of High Ligh. 

ington of Offerton. Strethill. 



George 5 th sonne. 



John Cocker=j=Anne d. to Tho s Ligh Hugh 2 d W m 3 d son Christopher Cocker 
of Strethill. of High Ligh. son. s.p. 4 th son. 



Hugh Cocker=FBlanch d. to Tho 9 Thomas. 



of Strethill. 



Hurleston of 
Picton. 



Thomas Cocker maried Anne d. 
to Myles Ashton of Herod in 
Lancashire. -r- 



Rich. Cocker of= Elizabeth d. to Christopher Cocker=j=Anne d. to Tho s Strange 
Strethill 1566. W'" Bankes. 



of Croft in Com. 
Lincoln 1580. 



widow to Ant" Southwell 
of Norff. 



Mary vxo r S r Edm'd Carey brother to my L : Chamberlane. Anne. 



Cotcjreto of i&arcjrcto* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 40. Harl. 1505, fo. 40.] 

Arms. — Quarterly of eight, — 1. Gules, a fess dancette Ermine between three, bugle- 
horns stringed Or. 2. Argent, a bend Sable between three pellets. [Cotton.] 
3. Azure, an eagle displayed Argent. [Ridware.] 4. Or, a fess wavy Sable, 

in chief three mart/eh of the second. 5 two lions passant in pale .... 

a label of three points Or. 6. Argent, a griffin segreant, per fess Gules and 
Azure. 7. Sable, a fess humette Argent, in chief a martlet Or. [Bostock.] 
8. Gules, a chevron Argent, fretty Sable between three mullets of the second. 

Crest. — In a ducal coronet Or, a demi-peacock, wings displayed proper. 



John Cotgreve of Hargreve.=j=Ellenor d. to Roger Delbird of Clopton. 



1 

Robert 


1 
Kkhard=j=. . . . d. to . . . 


. Jane vxo r Rich. Butler 


1 
Marg 


( lotgreve 


Cotgreve 


Molineux of 


base son to ... . Butler 


W m I 


of Stubbs 


3 d sou. 


Sefton. 


of Bewsy. 


of Mo 


'2' 1 son. 










A B | 


c 






D 



vxo r 
Mollineux 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



69 



John Cot-=r[Margeri/] d. to Rob't=EleHor d. W m Cotgreve Elenor vxo r 



greve of .... Hurlton Ootgreve. to Hugh of Monlds- 
Stubbs. of Lancashire; Rogerson worth. 

of Staple- 
[~ ford. 

Elinor vxo r S r Ric. Pcxsall 
& after to S r John Savage. 



Benrj 

Somerfiird 
of Tarven. 



James Cotgreve of Hargreve.=pMaud d. naturall to Piers Button of Ha I ton. 



! 

I I 

Piers Cotgreve^pMargery d. to W m Gotgreve of=pMargery d. to 



vxo 1 Hie'i 



of Hargreve. 



Johnson Christleton. 
of Waverton. 



John Smith of Aldersey of 
Waverton. Pieton. 



I I I 

W m Cofcgreve=i=Elenor d. to Eandoll= Elenor d. W ,u . Jane. Elizabeth, vxo" 



of Hargrove. 



. Walsh Cotgreve to . . . 
ofOverpoole Register Taylor of 
in Cheshire, to the B: Chester, 
of Chester. 



I 



W m Cotgreve. Peter. Alice. 



John Segerston 
of Nantwich. 

Margeret vx r 
John Ball of 
Beveline. 



Cotton of Cotton. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 41". Harl. 1505, lb. 41".] 

ARMS. — Azure, a chevron between three cotton hauls Argent. 

[Crest. — A falcon close .... holding in the dexter claw a square buckle 



Thomas Cotton of Cotton.=p. ... d. to 



. Baniell of Cherihurst. 



Will'm [Thomas] Cotton of Cotton.=f=Emme d. to Tho 5 Smithwike [Smeihwicke]. 

I 
Thomas Cotton.=f=Margery d. to John Winington of the Hermitage. 



John Cotton of Cotton 15G6.=pAlice d. to Edw. Minshidl. Arthur Cotton. 



Edward Cotton Thomas Elizabeth. Elenor. Jane. Katherine. Mary. 
of Cotton. Cotton. — — — 

Alice. Anne. Jone. 



* The crest is not given in Harl. MS. 1421. 



70 THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 

Cttto of Cfjolmtstcm, bulcjo Cfiomstmt, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 43.] 

Arms. — Azure, a lion rampant Argent, a crescent charged with another crescent for 
difference. 

Piers Crew descended of a=p. ... d. to ... . Leech 



younger brother of Crew. 



of Carden. 



John Crew of Cholrnston.=pAnne d. to Hamond Hassall. 

: ! 

I I 

Richard Crew of Choluiston 1566.=p. ... d. to ... . Rutter of Nantwich. Piers. 

! 

i I I I I I I 

John Crew of=. ... d. to ... . Tho s . Nicholas. Peter. Margarett vxo r 

Cholmston Boidell of Pul- — — Ralf e Venables. 

s.p. croft. Edward. William. 



Crouton of &atotnscnrft 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 38. Harl. 1505, fo. 36.] 

ARMS. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Sable, a lion rampant Argent, debruised by a bendlet 
gobong Or and Gules. 2 and 3. Argent, a chevron between three ravens' 
heads erased Sable. [Ravenscroft.] 

Thomas Croxton of=pMargery [Margretf] sister and heire to 



Ravenscroft. 



Thomas Ravenscroft of Ravenscroft. 



William Croxton of Ravenscroft.^pKatherine d. to S r John Ligh of Bouthes. 



Thomas Croxton=pMargarett d. to Charles Wright Rafe. Ciceley. 
of Ravenscroft. of Middlewich. 



I 

William Croxton of Ravenscroft now=pAlice d. to Jn° Minshull 
living an 1566 et 1580. of Minshull. 



John Croxton.=pCiceley d. to George William. Richard. Alice vx r Tho s Susan. 
Pendleton. — Brooke of 

Warren. Leighton. 

Jane s.p. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



71 



Bantel of CaWcp* 

[Hurl. 142-1, fo. 51". Had. 1505, fo. 53 b .] 

A»ms. — Quarterly of seven.— 1. Argent, a pale fusilly Sable. 2. Sable [Gules?] on 
a cross engrailed Argent, a mullet for difference. [Legh ?] 3. Vert,across 
patonce Or. [Boydell.] I. Gules, a pale fusily An/ml. [Ltmme.] 5. 
Argent, a bull Gules, armed Or, slatant on a mount Vert, among bullrushes 
proper. [Redle? ?] 6. Azure, three spade irons Or. [Bechton ?] 7. Argent, 
,i wolf passant Sable. [1>ai; Ksr.ru v ?] Over all an escoeheon of pretence 
Argent, thereon a tyger stalant reguardant Sable. [De Tabley ?] 

1. Crest.— A unicorn's head Argent, erased, armed, and maned Or. 

2. Crest. — A tyger statant reguardant Sable. 



Drawing of a shield. 
Argent, a pale fusilly Sable. 



Thomas Danicll of Over=pBlanck d. to Piers 



Tabley in Com. Pal. 
Cestrisc 13 E. 4. 



Warburton of 

Arcley. 



Piers Daniell of Tabley =pJulian d. to . . . . Newton of Shropshire. 



Tho. Daniell=pAlice d. 



of Tabley 
1580. 



to ffoulk 
Dutton 
Alderman 
of Chester. 



1 d.=r"W m Daniell serjeant=2. . . 

to Xpofer \ at law & Judge of his 
Secondary ! the Sherrifl'es Court maid, 
of the in London. 

Counter. 

"W m Daniell of Grayes Inne. 



Richard 
Daniell of 
Limm. 



Peter Daniell of=Anne d. to Henry Tho s Richard. 
Over Tabley 19 Mainwaring of obijt — 

yeares old [1580]. Carincham. 1596. William. 



I I 

John. Margarctt. 



BanieU of Bamrtmrp* 

[Ilarl. 1424, fo. 52.] 

Abms.— Quarterly— 1 and 4. Argent, a pale fusilly Salle. 2 and 3. Argent, a tyger 
statant reguardant Sable. 



John Daniell=FJane d. & eoheire to 



of Daresburv. 

A 



attainted a 1 H. 7. 



I'ilkenton 



72 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



A| 



Thomas Daniell=pMargarett d. & heire to 
of Daresbnry. Lantre of Lancash. 



Richard Daniell of Sherborne 
in Com. Glouc. 



John Daniell of Daresbnry 1580.=pAlice d. to Rich. Brigett uxo r . . 

Marbury. 



. . Robinson. 



John Daniell of Daresbury 1580. Geoffrey. Richard. Margerie. 



Babtnpott alms Bamport oi Bamport 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 47". Harl. 1505, fo. 48.] 

Arms. — Argent, a chevron between three, cross-croslcis fifche Sable. 
Crest.— A man's head affronte, couped at the shoulders proper, with a rope round the 
neck [Or]. 

John Davenport of Davenport.=p d. to Manwaring of Peever. 



John Damport of Damport.=pElizab. [Margery] d: to S r John Savage. 



S r Ralfe Damport of Damport.=pMargery d. to Tho s Damport of Henbury. 



John Damport of Damport.=j=Maud d. to S r Andrew Brereton of Brereton. 



\ F.I I in vx r \_Katherine] Ellin 

W m Dam- vxo r W m Hiffeld 

port of and Humfrey 

Woodford.] Bate. 



Margery vx r Margret Alice Parnell a 

.... Massy vx r married Nunne. 

of Egeley. Rob't in Ireland. 
Kinsy. 



Elenor d.=pJohn Damport=pAnne d. to W ln Tho. married Roger had issue 



to S 1 ' married to his 

Tristram 2 a wife Jane d. 
Holland to Rich. M;ism- 
of Den- j brother to S r 
ton. | Geffrey Massy 

of Tatton. 



Randoll slaine in the Base d. W m and John. 

Manwar- Ireland, of S r Tho 5 — 

ing of Butler of Randoll. 

Carincham. Bewsy. 



John Henry Arthur ffrancis George Katherine. 

7 th 8 s.p. 9. 10. 11. 

son. 



Bridgett. 



Ric. W m Hugh Ralfe Parnell vxo r W m Newton Anne. Jane. 
3 d . 4 th . 5 th . 6 th . of Pownall. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 73 

_*J 

r~ i i i i i 

John Dam-=pBridgett d. Vrian Anne vx r Alice vx 1 ' Elenor Brigett. 



port of 
Damport. 



to Randoll 2 d Tho s Gren- John Mil- vx r W a 

Manwar- son. hangh of nex (sic) of Booth of 
ingofCar- Braudelsarn Barksh. Twemlow. 

iocham. in Lanca. after to 

Tho s Taker. 



I I III 

John 1 sonne. Edward 2 d son. Elen'\ Jane. Brigett. 



3Babcnpmt alias Lamport of Bromljall 

[Harl. U24, fo. 48». Harl. 1505, fo. 49".] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Ari/cnt, on a chevron between three cross-croslets fitche 
Sable, a crescent for difference. 2 and 3. [Sable] a lion rampant [Or]. 
[Brojihall.] 

Crest. — As before, with a crescent for difference. 

JJromljall. 

Drawing of arms, Plate II., Fig. 8. 

S r Edward Bromhall Lord of Port. 

I 
John Bromhall. 

W m Bromhall. 

I 
S r Rich. Bromhall. 



Geffrey Bromhall.=f . . . . d. & coheire to S r Jn° Wettnall. 



John Damport 2 d son to Damport of Damport. =p Alice d. & heire of Bromhall. 



Robert Damport of Bromhall.=p. ... d. of ... . Ashton of Ashton vnder Lyne. 



Robert Damport of Bromhall.=p. ... d. to ... . ffltton of Goseworth. 



1 d. to . . . .=f=Jolm Damporfc=pMargrett d. to H r John Bagott of Bramley 



Warren of Pointon. 

A 



of Bromhall. 

B 



widow to Henry Bradborne. 



74 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



W m Damport=f=Margery d. to Thomas John Damport of=p. . . . d. & heire to 
of Bromhall. Ligh of Adlington. Somersetshire. Rodall of Dorc'. 



W m Daniport=pBlanch d. to John Damport=p Alice d. & heire Jane vx 1 ' . . 



of Bromhall. 



S'' John War- of Lavin°ton 
burton. in Wilt. 



of ... . Laving- Downing, 
ton. 



I MM M I 

W m .=. ... d. to Tho 9 . Lionell. Elizabeth. Grace. 

Wet- — — — 

herhed. John. Richard. Jane. 



1. Margret=pS'' W m Dam-=2. Anne d. to S r John 



d. to George 
Booth of 
Dunham. 



Jane Katherine vx r 
port of Rich. Brereton vxo r Hugh Revell. 

Bromhall of Tatton Humphrey. Rob't — 

living 1506. widow to ... . Hyde. Margery vx 1 ' 

Boothe of Barton. Leon. [Lionell] 

Skalcross. 



I III 

W™ Damport=pMargery d. to Elizab. vxo'' Rich. Jane. Katherine vxor Richard 

Bulkeley son and heire 
to S r Richard Bulkier of 
Beaumaris. 



of Bromhall. 



. Ashton Ashton of Midle- 
of Midleton in ton in Lancash. 
Lancash. 



I III 

William. Alexander. John. Humfry. 



Elizabeth. 



Uatonport alias ©amport af JL^tni)tirj>* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 49. Harl. 1505, fo. 50.] 

Amis. — Quarterly — 1. Argent, on a chevron between three cross-eroslets fitche Sable, 

an annulet Or for difference. 2. Azure, three spades or mattocks Or. 

[Bechton.] 8. Gules, two bars Argent. [Maixv.akixc] 4. Gules, a scythe, 

the blade Argent, the sued or handle Or. [Praeijs.] 
Crest. — A man's head affronte, couped at the shoulders proper, round Ms neck a rope 

Or, an annulet for difference. 



Hugh Damport of=pJane d. to Randoll Manwaring 
Henbury. of Carincham. 



Thomas Damport of Henbnry.=p. . . . d. to . 

A I 



. Massy. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



75 



Thomas Damport of=pKatheriue d. to Alexander Radcliff of 
Hcnbury. I WoodsaU [Wordsall]. 



Tho s Damport of Henbury.=f Elizabeth d. to John ffitton [of Goswortli~\. 



John Damport=p. . . . d. & coheire Hugh Damport of Ellen vxo r Kathcrine vx r 

of Henbury. to S r Randoll Prestbury mar. y c W m Beard. W m Lever- 

d. of Jn° Warren. sege ot'Wliee- 

I lurk. 



Manwaring of 
Peever. 



I I 

Hugh. AY illiam. 



Randoll Damport=pMary sister to John. 



Richard. Elizab. Katherine. 



of Henbury L580. 



S r William 
Boothe. 



Thomas. W m . 



Anne. 



AV m jBtatis 15 annor'm 1580. Thomas. John. Doroty. 



Babenpmt alias Bamport of Cat) rip. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 49 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 50", Calveley all through.] 

Abjb.— Quarterly— 1 and 4. Argent, on a chevron between three cross-croslets fitcU 
Sable, a crescent Or for difference. 2 and 3. Argent, a fess Gules between 
three calves passant Sable. [Calveley.] 

Crest. — As before, diff d . 

Arthur Damport=pKatherine d. & heire to Davy 
of Cavely. Calveley of Cavely. 



Hugh Damport=p. . . . d. & coheire to Patrick Haselwall with whome 
of Cavely. hee had Haselwall. 



Hugh Damport of Cavely.=p d. to . . . . llanford of Hanford. 



Raph Damport of Caveley.=pIsabeU d. to . . . . Spurstow of Spurstow. 



76 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Hugh Damport of Caveley.=pCiceley d. to John Done of Utkinton. 



John Damport of Caveley 1566 & 1580.=fElenor d. to S r Hugh Caveley [Cafoeky]. 

r ~tt~ n i r ~r\ 

Hugh=j=Margrett d. John. KandoU. Elizabeth. Doroty vx r Jane vxor 

Damport to John — — Jn° Hough Piers 

of Cave- Manwaring Anthony. Arthur. of Brims- ffilkin of 

ley. ofCalveley. ton. Tatnall. 



Katherin. 
John Arthur son Hugh. Jane [Jone\. Katherine. 
g. p. & heire. 



3Batotnport alias Lamport oi Wloctoioxlj. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 50.] 

Aems. — Argent, on a chevron between three cross-croskfs fitche Sable, a rose Or for 

difference. 
Crest. — As before, differenced. 

Nicholas Damport of Woodford in Cheshire.=p 



John Damport of Woodford.=pBlanch d. to James Savage. 



William Damport=pEllin d. to Jn° Damport Kichard. Nicholas. Kobert. 
of Woodford. of Damport. 



I I I II 

1 d.=Christopher Damport=f 2. Jane d. to W m . Kichard. Thomas. 

Rich. Gerrard — — 

of Crewood. Edmund. Henry. 



to of Woodford 1580 

Venables 



W m son & heire. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



77 



©abcnpmt alias Bamport of STOeltroucjiK 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 50".] 

Arms. — Argent, on a chevron between three cross-croslets fitchi Sidle, a crescent Or 

for difference. 
Crest. — A man's head affronte, couped at the shoulders proper, round his neck a rope 

Or, a crescent for difference. 

Richard Damport of=pMauld d. to John Winington 
Whelthrouirh. of the Hermit aire. 



Richard Damport=f Ellin d. to Piers Paver of Nant- Katherine vx r Bridgett 



of Wheltroush 
1580. 



wirh widow to Edward G-olborne 
of Offerton. 



Richard Okes. 



Richard Damport cetatis 12 annor'm 1580. 



s.p. 



Belbts oi Bu&tmujtmt, 

[Harl. 1 124, fo. 51. Harl. 1505, fo. 53.] 

Arms. — Argent, a chevron Gules, freflij Or, between three delves Sable. 

Crest. — Oat of a ducal coronet Or a demi-heron, ivinejs displayed proper, crested Gules. 

Another Coat. — Argent, a chevron Gules between three billets Sable. 
Crest. — A dolphin naiant, embowed proper. 

Drawing of seal of the first named arms and crest, inscribed S. Henrici Delues. 

Richard Delues of Delues hall in Com. Staff.=p 



Henry Delues.= 



I 



John Delues. 



I 



John Delues.=p. ... d. to ... . Manwaring of Norwood. 



S 1 ' John Delues mar. y e d. of 
.... Creston of Bradley in 
Com. Darbvshire. 
a I 



Raie Delues Henry Delues of=p. . . . d. to . . 



2 l1 son. 



Duddington. 



Swinerton 
[Swinnington\, 



78 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 



A I 



S r Johnn=Elizab. d. & coheire to 



Delues. 



Babington of Chitwell. 



Ellin vxo 1 ' Rob't Sheffield of Butterwik 
of whome the L : Sheffeld is descended. 



S r Heury=T=Giceley daughter to 
[Hugh] S r Richard Brooke 
Delues L : Cheife Baron 
of Dud- of the Exchequer, 
dington. 



Delves 

ofDud- 

ding- 

ton 

1560. 



Mary 


Tho 8 . 


1. Lady=f 


d. to 


— 


Wing- 


S r W m 


Rafe. 


feild 


Snead. 




of Ham- 
shire. 



S 1 ' 6eorge=p2. Anne d. 



Delues of 
Kent. 



to Thorn. 
Isley, bro- 
ther to S 1 ' 
Henry 

Isley. 



I 
Margret 

vxor Tho. 

Sheldon 

of Shel- 

lington 

in Com. 

Wore 1 . 



Anne 
vxor W m 
Hassall 
of Hank- 
low. 



"William died 
in Brittaine. 



Honor vxor 
Edw. Lenton 
gen. 



ffrancisca. Brereton. Mary. Drury. 
Margret. 



Henry Delves of=fflrances d. to 



Duddington 
esq r 1580. 



Tho s Stanley 
of Alderley. 



W m & 

Tho 8 

s.p. 



Hugh. 



Margrett 
vxor Edw. 
Bushell. 



Elenor. 



Amy. 



Tho 8 Delues aetafcis 7=Mary d. of Tho s Wilbram Henry, 
annor'm 1580. ofWoodliey. 



ffrances. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 52».] 

ARMS — Quarterly— 1 and 4. Argent, on a fess Gules between two barrulets wavy 
Sable, three crescents Or. 2 and 3. Per fess Sable and Gules, an eagle 
displayed Argent. [Edge.] 

Crest. — A serpent proper, issuing from and piercing a garb Argent [Or]. 

Hova Dodd of Edge =p 



Kenrick Dodd of Edge.=p. ... d. to ... . Williamson of Shropshire. 



Steven Dodd.= 
A 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



79 



Davy Dodd.=p. . . . cl. to . . . . Massy of Ooddington. 



John Dodd of Edge.=pEmra d. to Humfrey Brereton of Mallpas. 



Davy Dodd.=pKatherine d. to Nic° Manley of Pulton. 



Elizab. vxor 
George Bird. 



Anne vxor 
W" Street. 



.lane vxo 1 ' Tho s 
Calcott. 



Katherine vx 1 ' 
.... Good. 



1. Anne=rRandoll=F2. Elizab. 



d. to S r 
Randall 
Brere- 
ton of 

Mall- 
pas. 



I 



Dodd of 
Edge 

an" 
1566. 



d. & heire 

to Tho 3 

Horton 

of Tater- 

noll-in 

Com. 

Bedford. 



John 

& 
Davy 
s.p. 



Bartholme 
Dodd of 
London 
mar. 

Elizab. d. 
to George 
Dalton of 
London. 



ffrancis 
Dodd of 
London 

mar. 
Mary d. 
to George 



Phillip 
Dodd of 
London 
mar. Eliz. 
d. to Jn° 
Vanhdlt of 



Roger. 



W» 



Dalton of Andwerpe. 

London. 

David. 



Mary. Vrian Aunc. 

— s.p. — 

Jane. Kathe- 



Margrett. Thomas. Elizab. George. 

Alice. Bartholme. Susan. Xathaniell. 

Martha. Edmund. 



Kathe- 
rine. 



Botifc of Brojrton, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 53.] 

Arms.— Quarterly— 1 and 4. Argent, on a fess Gules between tiro barrulets wavy 
e, three crescents Or. -J. Per fess Sable and Gules, an eagle displayed 
Argent. [Edge.] 3. Or, a cross formee filche Sable. [Broxton.] 

\Y"> Dodd 1377.=j=Alice d. to Thorn 8 Broxton. 
1 ' 

Thomas l)odd.=p 

. I 

Higin Dodd.=j= 



Rowland Dodd.=p 

A I 



80 THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 
Aj 

William Dodd.=j=Margery d. to . . . . Bird of Yowley. 



Thomas Dodd.=F Alice d. to . . . . Crew of Trafford. 



W m Dodd of=pAnne d. to Koger Thomas Dodd.=pElizabeth d. to 
Broxton. Cheshire. W m Rowlett. 



Koger Dodd=pAnne d. to Rich. Ran doll. Anne vxo r Margrett Tho 3 Dodd 



of Broxton 
1566. 



Done of fflax- 
yards. 



Rob't vx r Tho s of Churton. 

Twifford. Orton. 



Tho 8 Dodd of Broxton =Kather in e d. to Tho s Roger. William. ffranees. 
1580. Crew of y e Holt. 



Botiti of ^mitWcllj in Brojrton noto of 

Bicltutom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 53". Harl. 1505, fo. 55 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Ermine, on a plain /ess .... between two barrulets 
wavy Sable three crescents .... 2 and 3. Gules, a fess dance (tee Ermine 
between three bugle-horns, stringed Or. [Cotgreve.] 

Crest.— A cubit arm erect, habited . . . ., the hand proper holding a hammer Sable, 
handle Or. 

Vchtred le Bridd [Bird] of Broxton.=p 



Thomas Bridd [Bird].= 



David Dodd.=pXicola d. & heire. 



Raudoll Cotgreve of Cotton. : 



W m Cotgreve of Cotton. =p 



Owen Dodd.=f=Margarett d. to Rob't Bulkley Randoll Cotgreve=p 

of Broxton sister to Hugh. of Cotton. 



John Dodd of SmithfekbpKatherine 2 d d. Emm vxo r W m Elizabeth died 



in Broxton. 



& heire. 



Tattenhall. 



youuge. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESIIIK,E, 1580. 



81 



Randoll Dodd of Smith- 
feld in Broxton. 



=Margaret d. to Rich. KTorris yotmger Margrett vx r 
brother to Norris of Speake. * Rafe Sh 



Peter Dodd=pAnne d. to Hugh 



ofSmithfeld 

in Broxton 
1580. 



Carington of 
Over, yet 
living 1599. 



Elenorvxo' Elizab. vx r Margaret vxo 1 

John Brad- Leonard Randoll Jenins 

ley of Muffett. \Jennins] al's 

Hinton. Stocton. 



Tho s Dodd=f=Jane d. & 



of Bicker- 
ton 1580. 



heire to 
J n° Dodd of 
Bickerton. 



George. 



John. 



Amv. 



Richard. Henry. Doroty. 



Margrett vx r Rafe 
Cowper [Cooper'] of 
Whitchurch after John 
Ketle of Burwardsl 



John Dodd 4 yeares old 1580. Anne. 



©ofeenfeto of Bafccitfelti* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 54".] 

Arms. — Argent, a cross pointed Sable, voided of the field. 

1_ Crest.— A nihil arm erect, habited Azure, cuffed Argent, the handproper, '. 

a sun Or. 
2. Crest. — In her nest Vert, a pelican Sable, feeding Iter young Or. 

John Dokenfcld of Dokcnfcld.=f 



Robert Dokenfcld. = 



Robert Dokenfeld.=F. ... d. to ... . Mirfeild of Yorkshire. John. 



John Dokenfeld=j=Jane d. to S r Xic" Nicolas. Jane uxo r Lawrence Dutton of 

of Dokenfeld & Longford. Dutton. 
Port Woodhall. 

Jane vx r .... Rigmade[n]. Isabcll vxo r .... Beomont. 



Roh't Dokenfeld=pEllin d. Rafe. Tristram. Edward. Isabcll Katherine 



of Dokenfcld & 
Portwoodhall. 



to S- vxo r S r 

William Will'm. ffrancis. John. George J- 
Brere- — Stanley. — 

ton. Tho. Doroty. 

M 



82 THE VISITATION' OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 
A | 



W'» Dokenfeld=pJaae d. to John John. Jane. Margaret vx r Ellin vxo 1 ' Jn° 



of Dockenfeld 
15G6. 



Arden of Ha- — Rob't Hyde Dutton of 

warden. Rafe. ofNorbury. Dutton. 



William. Rob't. John. Rafe. Jane. 



ItomWc of 3Umm» 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 54. Harl. 1505, fo. 56.] 

ABMS. — Quarterly— ] and 4. Azure, a lion rampant Argent, collared Gules. 2. 
Argent, ahaul fusilly Sable. [Hawarden.] 3. Argent [Gules], four fusils 
in 'pule Sable [Argent]. [Lymmk] [Harl. 1505 gives this quartering the 
same as the second.] 

Crest. — Two lions' jambs eouped and embowed Argent. 

Allen de Limm.=f 



Thorn 3 Ligh of High Ligh.=pAgnes Limm. Gilbert s.p. 



Rob't Domvile of Limme.=p Agnes heire to her mother. 
I 

Jn° Domvile of Limme.=p. . . . d. to S r John Savage. 



Jn° Domvile of Limine.=p. ... d. to ... . Massy of Rixton. 



Jn° Domvile of Lymme.=pElizab. d. to TV m Radcliff of Wordsall. 



James Domvile of Lymme.=plsabell d. to Rich. Kightley. 



Peter Domvile of Lymnie 1566.=j=Margaret d. to Jn° Elizabeth vxo r Roger 

Carrington. Millington. 



Jn° Domvile=Alice d. to James. Gilbert. W m . Peter. Elizabeth. 
of Lymm W m Mere — — 

1580. of Mere. George. Isabel!. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



83 



Mom. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 45". Harl. 1505, fo. 46 b .] 

Ranulphe 1 Earlc of Chester did give and granl tlie office of Baylywick & keeping of y° 
forrest of Delamer. to Eafe Kingesley (al's Ranulph) de Kingesley his heires and Assignee Eor 
ever with divers other liberties. This Ranulph had issue Ranulph, and bee had issue Rich. 
Kingesley ^v ,,,, Rich, had issue I daughters, y l is to say, Emm, Agnes, Avice and Jane, Xo which 
Jane the youngest d. was allotted the Baylywick or M r fforrester of the said ft'orrest of Dclaraer. 
And the same Jane was married to Henry Done. 



©rrarB. 



lUngrslci). 



3Launrrlm. 



Ranulph dc Kingsley. 

I 
Ranulph. 

I 
Rich, de Kingesley. 

STljornton. 



JDonr. 



Emm vxor Agnes vxo r W ,u Avice vxo r Randolph Thornton. 
W m Gerrard. Launceline. j_ 

i i r i 

W m Gerard. AA m Launcclin. Piers Ciceley vxo r David 

Thornton, de Egerton son to 
Phillip de Mallpas. 

W m Gerrard. Rich. Lancelin. Ranulph Thornton. 
[31 E. 1.] 

Henrv Lancelin. Piers Thornton 31 E. 1. 



Rich, vnder age 
31 E. 1. 



Jane vx r 
Henry Done. 

I 
Rich. Done. 



Rich. Done. 



Rich. Done 
31 E. 1. 



Ellin vxo r Mary vx r S r 
Tho s "W m Coulborne 

Dutton. 31 E. 1. 

I 
Piers Dutton 

living 31 E. 1. 



I 



Hi n in vxo r 
Hugh de 
AVeverham 

Mathew within 
age 31 E. 1. 



Elizabeth 

vx. Ilamon 
ffitton. 



Mauld yx r 

Henry 
Beeston 
31 E. 1. 



Beatrix vxo 1 ' 
Tho. Sams- 
bury 31 E. 1. 



This Pedisree above written was taken out of the pleas of the Circuit of the ffiorrests of 
Mara and Moiindren, holden at Chester before Richard Will Rich. Stafford, E 

John Drives and John of Branham [Bruneham] justices of Eyre of the C : Edward Pri 

Wales and Earle of Chester to goe in all picas of the fforrests aforesaid in the < ' ity of Chester 

assigned the Wednesday next before the feast of S' Michaell the Archangell. An» 31 E. 1. 



84 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

Bone* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 46.] 

M'd Richard Done of Utkinton sayeth that one Richard of Kingesley his ancestor was seised 
of the manno" of Kingesley, Norlegh, Croton, Cuddington, & Newton as of the Baylywick of the 
fforrest of Delamer And all his Ancestors out of mind, And sayeth from the said Rich, of 
Icy the Right disceuded to Emme. Agnes. Avice and June daughters and heires &c. The 
whole Baylywick aforesaid was allotted to the said Jane in recompense of all the other 'Lands 
id. Which Jane was married to Henry Done and from the said Henry, the right discended 
to Richard Dene as Sonne and heire and from Rich, to Richard as son and heire, & from that 
Rich, to Richard that claymeth the same as sonne and heire An° 31 E. 1. 

And from the said Emm who was married to William Gerrard her prepart discended to W m 
Gerard as son and heire: and from the said W m to \Y"> Gerrard that now is. 31 E. 1. 

And from the said Agnes who was married to W" Launcelyn of her prepart to her allotted : 
the right discended to W m Launcelinc as sen and heire : And from the said W m to Rich, as sonne 
and heire. And from the said Richard to Henry as son & heire and from the said Henry to Rich, 
who is now within age and in Custody of the Lord 31 E. 1. 

And from Avice who was married to R mdulph Thornton of the prepart of the Tenements to 
her allotted the right descended to Peter as son and heire. And from Peter to Ranulph as son 
and heire. And from the said Ranulph to Peter as son and heire. And from the said Peter to 
Ellin, Mary, Emm, Elizabeth, Maud and Beatrix, as daughters and heires and Partitiou of the 
said Tenements being made amongst them. 

ffrom Emme who was married to Hugh of Weverham : The right discended to Mathew as 
son and heire who is now within age. An 31 E. 1. 

And from Ellin who was married to Thomas of Dutton, the right discended to Peter as son 
& heire who is nowe living A 31 E. 1. 

And from Mary who was married to S r W m Coulborne Knight : who is lyving 31 E. 1. 
Elizabeth was married to Henry (sic) ffitton : Mauld to Henry Beeston : And Beatrix to Tho* 
Samsbury living in an 31 E. 1. 

Ranulphe of Kingesley. 

Ranulph. 

I 

Richard Done.=p Richard. 



I ill! 

Heurie Done of Utkinton.=pJane. Emm. Agnes. Avice. 



Richard Done of TJtkinton.- 



Richard Done of Utkinton.=p Henry Done of Croton. 

I 

Rich. Done.=p 



Rich. Done.nrEllin d. to S r Tho 3 Swinerton. 



Henry Done.=i=Mary d. to S r Piers Thornton. 



John Done whose descent appeareth=pAnne d. to Rich. Eaton 



on the next side. 



[of Eaton']. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



85 



Bone of ^titinton* 

[Harl. 1421, fo. 46".] 

Arms. — Quarterly of four— 1. Azure, tiro bars Argent,over all on a bend GhiUs three 
armus of th , for Done. 2. Vert, a cross engrailed En 

[Kin :i i lion rampant Argent. [Leigh.] !. Izure, 

crusilg, and three eagl • d Or. [Alpram ai/s Somervill. Someb 

TIL ] : Over alia retenct — Argent,al 

horn . Sable [within the knot of the string a cinquefoil ....]. 

1. Crest.— Eight arrmos in saltire Or, barbed and flighted Argent, banded with a 

riband (dales. 

2. Crest. — A buck's bead erased proper, attired Or. 

The Inescocheon is the Amies of if ffostership & is in >f scale of the < i ■ 

Another Shield. — Quarterly of six — 

1 ami 6. Done 1 

L'. KlNiiSLEY 

3. Arms or the Forestersiiip \- as above. 

4. Leigh 

."/. Alpram al's Somervtll J 

Chest. — A sheaf if seven arrows, one erect, the others in saltire Or, barbe< 
flighted Argent, banded with a riband (dales. 

Drawing of arms, crest, and supporters, Plate II., Fig. 9. 

John Done of Utkinton.=pAnnc d. to Rich. Eaton of Eaton. 



S r J«.lm= 
Done of 
Utkin- 
ton. 



Allison 
d. to 

Wotton. 



Rob't Done- 
of fflax- 
yards. 



: Elizabeth 
d. to S r 
Piers 
Dutton. 



Hugh Done : 

of 01 ton 
3'' sonne. 



Rob't S r John= 

Done Done of 

eldest Utkin- 

sonne. ton. 



=Elizabeth d. & 
heire to Tho. 

Weeverwiddow 
to John Stanley. 



John Done=pEllin d. 



of fflas- 
yards. 



to Rich. 
Aston. 



: Anne d. to James 
Lord Audley 
widdow to S 1 ' Tho' 
IDuttori]. 



Elizab. only d. & heire 
vxor John Egerton of 
whome Egerton of 
Olton is descended. 



.... vxo r W a 
Bostock of 
Stapleford. 



Richard- 
Done of 

Utkin- 
ton. 



(1. to 
S r Tho 8 
Gerard. 



S r John Done=Jane d. to . . . 
died without Manwaring of 
issue. Peever. 



Ralfe Done : 
of fflax- 
yards. 



= d. to 

Wil- 

bram of 
Woodhey. 



divers sonnes 
and daugh- 
ters. 



James Done died=Elizabeth d. 
before his S r Edmund 

brother. Trafl'ord. 



to 



86 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Rich. Done oi=pKatheriue d. & coheire to John Done.=p Elizabeth vxo r 



ffiaxyards. 



Raph Ligh of High Ligli. j Rich. Cartwright. 

i r 

Rafe. Richard. 



1: ife Dime of=j=Ellin d. to W m Damport Anne vxo r Roger Bridgett vxor John 



ffiaxyards. 



of Bromhall. Dodd of Broxton. Calcott of Yardley. 



I III I III 

John Done of=pEllin d. to Phillip 2 d son. Jane vxo r Thom s Anne. 

Utkinton and : James Done — CuuyofCuny — 

ffiaxyards | Cosin and Thomas 3 d sonne. "Weston in Com. Dorothy, 

now living heire to — Staff. — 

1580. S r John Done. Hugh 4 th sonne. Amy. 

__ ^ 

Jone Done jetatis 3 annor'm 1580. Thomas. Mary. 



Satonts of Botonts anti Cajiljall 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 55.] 

Arms. — Sable, a buck lodged Argent. 

Rob't Downes of Downes & of Taxhall in Cheshire.=p 
I 

John Downes.=p. ... d. to ... . Bird. 



Reignold Downes.=f . ... d. to ... . Hyde of Worth. 



Richard Downes.=pMargery d. to . . . . Downes of Worth. 



John Downes.=pAnne d. to Jn° Pigott of diet win in Shropshire. 



Renold Downes=Jane d. to George Hum- Peter=plsabell d. to Joice vx r 



of Downes & Trafford of the phrey 3 lt 

Taxhall. Garrett. 2 J son. son. 



Tho 8 Scott of Hugh Grey 
lialkillyeomau. of Downes. 



Lawrence. Hugh Grey. 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 



87 



Buiualfc oi dFojd&erst 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 55 1 '.] 

ASMS. — Argent, a chevron Gules between three nitres passant Sable. 

Thomas Duncalfe of ffoxherst.=p 



Thomas Duiicalfe.=fJane d. to . . . . Bowth of Barton. 



James Duucalfe.^pLucy d. to Renold Downes. 



Thomas Duncalfe.=pElizab. d. to John Damport of Woodford. 



Tho 8 Duncalfe=FElizab. d. to 



of ffoxherst 
156G. 



Richard 

Gerard of 
Creewood. 



Renold 
George 
Henry & 
Ralfe 
all s.p. 



Nicholas. 



Urian John 

Duncalfe s.p. 
of Hol- 
dernes. 



W 1 " Duncalfe.=. ... d. to ... . Stafford of Botham. Thomas. 



Button oi Button* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 44 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 45 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly of nine. — 1. Quarter!;/ Argent and (lutes, in the second and third 
a fret Or. 2. Argent, on a bend Gules three escarbuncles Or. [Thornton.] 
3. Sable [Verf], a cross engrailed Ermine. [Kingsley.] 4. Or, a saltire 
Sable. [Helsby.] 5. Azure, on a chevron between three garbs Or a crescent 
fyr difference. [Hatton.] 6. Azure, an estoile issuant from the hums of a 
crescent Argent. [Minshull.] 7. [Azure] a chevron between three garbs 
[Or]. [Hatton.] 8. Or, a cinquef oil pierced Sable. [Ybenon.] 9. Azure, a 
garb Or. [Grosyenor.] 

Chest.. — 1 plume of five ostrich feathers, Argent, Azure, Or, Vert, and Gules. 

Ego Huso de Dutton dedi Will'mo filio meo terram meam in villa de Bellington in le 
Hundred de Macclesfeld. Testib 8 Rico dc MasBy, D'no Petro de Dutton, Hugo de Venables, 
Alexander de Bamuile, Will'mo de Toft et alijs. sine dat. 

Drawing of a seal, Plate I., Fig. G. 

Eco Petrus de Dutton confirmavi ThomsB filio Thomas de Criour Junior'm duas places terra? 
,'"■_> ,[,. Werburton viz. v'na <iuse vocat* Bradley & aliam que vocat r Tornhaitli. Testib" 
Hamon'e de tfascy, Galfrido de Dutton. Ric'o de Massy militib*, Will'mo Acton, Thoma de Legh, 
Rob'to de Mascy, Mathew de Hale. 



88 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

Huddard cosin to W. Conqueror.=p. . . . Lady of Dutton. 



Hugh de Dutton.=p Alice d. to S r Nicholas Pichard. 



S r Hugh Dutton.=f=Alice d. to S r Rich. Prescote. 



S r Thomas Dutton. =f=. ... d. to Johu de Orreby. 



S r Hugh Dutton of Dutton.=pMargaret d. to S r Henry Risley. 



S 1 ' Hugh Dutton=j=Jenett d. to Adam de=pAlice d. to John Lacy 

of Dutton. S r Rob't Holland. Dutton. Constable of Chester. 



S r Thomas=j=Ellin d. & coheire to Geffrey =p. . . . d. & heire to 



Dutton 



S r Piers Thornton. 



Dutton. 



Rosier ffiz Alured. 



Edmund=j=Jonett d. 



Dutton. 



& heire 
to Rich. 
Minshull. 



Geffrey of whom 
the "Warburtons 
are discended. 



Thomas 


Agnes 


Margaret 


Dutton of 


vx r Yfm 


vx r . . . . 


Thelwall 


Hatton. 


Lecestcr 


2 a sonne. 




of Tabley 



S r Piers Dutton=pElizabeth d. to W m S r Hugh Duttou=5=Parnall d. to Hugh 



of Dutton. 



Butler of Bewsy. of Hatton. 



Vernon of Hal 



John Dutton of Diitton.=pMargrett d. to S r John Savage. 



Sir Tho s Dutton of Dutton.=pAune [MargretC] d. to Thorn 9 Tuchett L : Audley. 



Lawrence Alice vxor Lienor vxor Anne vx r Margaret vx r Isabell vx r 

s.p. Raph Rich. S r Thomas Tho 5 Aston South- 

Bostock. Cholmley. Molineux. of Aston. worth. 



John Dutton of Hatton.=f Margarett d. to Sir W m Atherton. 



Piers Dutton=pElizabeth d. & heire to Richard 1 

of Hatton. Rob't Grosvenor. 2' 1 son. 



Gcffery 
3 d son. 



Piers Dutton=j=Ellenor d. to S r Rob't Raph. Ellenor vx r S r Ran- Rap 



of Hatton 



ffoulshurst of Crew. 



doll Brereton. 



Dutton. 

B 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



89 



S r Piers Dutton of=j=Ellenor d. to 



B| 



Dutton and Hatton. 



Thomas Ligh 
of Adlineton. 



W m Dutton 
of Chester. 



Rich. Dutton of 

' 'luwustou [Clotci/htoti] 
in Com. Ebor. 



Elizab. vx r 
W™ Man- 

k 'y. 



n i 

Alice. Anne. 

Catherine. 



Margaret. 

Mary. 



Tho 8 Dutton of Sherborne 
in Gloucestershire. 



Hugh Dutton=f=Jane d. to S r W m 

of Dutton. Bowth of Dunham. 



Ralfe Dutton T=Amy d. to S r Rob't Towns- 
of Hatton. bend Justice of Wales. 



Jn° Dutton=pElenor d. to S r Hugh 
of Dutton. Caveley [Calvehy], 



Rowland Dutton=ff. . . . d. to 
of Hatton. Scrivcn.~\ 



Piers. 



Edward. 



Amy. 



Elizabeth. 



Hugh. Richard. 

Piers. Rob't. 

ffrancis. 



\V ,n . Alice \\V 
— Jn° Starky 

Thorn 8 , of Olton. 



Amy vx r Henry 
Bart let \_Bar- 
lett]. 



jane. 

Brigett. 

Jone. 



€jjerton. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 57.] 

OUT OF THE EVIDENCES OF S r RAFE EGERTON OF WRINEHILL KNIGHT. 

Drawing of arras, Plate I., Fig. 4.* 

Drawing of arms : — Quarterly — 1 and 4. A fesse Ermine between three pheons. 

2 and 3. Ermine, a fess fretty. From a seal inscribed S. W m de ESBRTON.f 
Drawing of a circular seal. Arms : A chevron and oanton. Crest : On an esquire's 

helmet a boar's head, issuant from a ducal coronet. Supporters, Two griffins. 

The seal inscribed S. Jacobi Pype.I. 

Sciant &c. nos Robt' de Shirrard D'n's de Chetilton dedi Will'mo filio Wmj mlegh 

Joh'i leStanlegh lil ad firmam de Win* ' i a 

,i , , ..■...■ i, WilVm de Bagenhold, Ji 



* [Above the shield is written] -.—('art:! Will'rni de Chetilton militis dat. apud Chetilton. 
f [Above the shield is written] : — Carta Radj lilij Will'rni de Egerton dat. apud Smallwood 
Anno I II. ii. 

% [Above the seal i- written] :— Carta Jacobi Type militis dat. apud Chetilton :SS E. 3. 

N 



90 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

Indentura facta inter Joh'em filinm Ric'i de Bromlegh de Badington, Rad'm de Manwaring, 
Ric'ura Bromlegh de Barkesford, Joh'em Cbolmondley de Chorley. Dame de S 1 Peer, et TJrian 
8' Peer ex una. Et Will'm filinm Rad'i de Egerton ex altera. Testatur quod prsedictus Joh'es 
fuit obligat' dicto \V'"" de Egerton in 100 marcis. Attamen diet' Will'm de Egerton concedit 
p' prsesentes quod si predict' Joh'es Alius Ric'i de Bromley proseq' vnum breve de forindon en 
descendie vers s dictu' Will'm de Egerton et Elena' vxorem eius de Manerio de Chetilton retorna- 
bilem cor' Justic' dat' An 3 H. 5. 

Drawing of a circular seal of the arms given Plate I., Fig. 4. The seal inscribed 
S. Kicardi de Bromley. 

Ceste Indenture fuit faict entre John de Haukeston Oheualier d'un p'te : Et Will'm fitz 
John de Bromley : Johan de Bromley, Will'm Fiz Walter de Bromley, Roger de Bromley, 
Walter de Bromley et Anabilla la filla de Mathew d'autre part. Testmoigne que les ditz W'» 
Jn° de Bromley, Will'm ffiz Walter, Roger et Walter sont liez audiot Johu de Haukstou en cent 
lieurs p' vng' estatut' marchant et la diet' Anabella est lie a mesme Johu de Haukeston en 60 
liurs, laquelle Anabell aussy p' sa Chartre a donne audict John de Haukeston et Anabella sa 
femme, touz ses terres en ford' en le Conte de Stafford, ensemblement avec le vouson de l'eglise 
dc Chetilton, & la reversion del nianier de Chetilton Donne a 32 E. 3. 

Drawing of arms from a seal, inscribed S. Joh'is de Haukston. Ermine, a fess 
fretty. 

Drawing of the seal, Plate I., Fig. 4, inscribed S. Eichardi de Bromley. 



€prum. 

[Harl. 1-124, fo. 57 b .] 

Drawing of a vesica-shaped seal, bearing a fleur-de-lys, and inscribed S. Henrici 

de Chetilton. 
Drawing of a circular seal, inscribed S. Jacobi de Audley, and bearing the arms 

Plate 11., Fig. 1. 
Drawing of a circular seal, inscribed S. Will'm Egerton, and bearing a shield: — 

Quarterly — land!. A less Ermine between three pheons. 2 and 3. Ermine, 

a fess fretty. 
Drawing of arms from a seal, inscribed S. Johannis Haukeston. Ermine, a fess 

fretty within a bordure engrailed. 
Drawing of a circular seal, inscribed The seale of Veniam de Stonden. 

Arms : Quarterly — 1 and 4. Ermine. 2 and 3. Fretty. Crest : On an 

esquire's helmet a wolf's head. 



€cjertmt. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 58. Harl. 1505, fo. GO.] 

Ego Anian 8 de Ives et Anabella vxor mea dedim 8 Joh'i de Pount o'ia mess' n'ra in feode de 
Blakenall Habend' ad tota' vita' p'fate Anabillse dat' an° 36 E. 3. 

Drawing from a seal. Arms : Three mullets between two bendlets. Crest : On an 
esquire's helmet a greyhound's head. Inscribed S. Aniani de Iues. 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 91 

Ceste Indenture testmoigne que monss' Rob't de Beusall (sic) et madame Eve sa compa 
ont grante a John de Haukeston &c. Donne a Audley a 1 1° E. .'i. 

Drawing of arms from a seal :— A cross molino surmounted by a beudlet. Inscribed 

The Seale of Bob' Benhale. 
Drawing of seal, Plate I., Pig. 7, inscribed S. Eu\E be Audeleigh. De qua vide 

infra. 

In the Register of the monastery of Cokesford I read that Lady Eva de Audley was d. & 
heire to iS' John Clavering an" 8 E. 3. 

Ceste Indenture faict p 1 entre monss' John de Hawkeston d'nn part ; & Anian de Ives de 
autre part. Testmoigne que le diet' Anian prendra a femme Elenor fille &. heire au le diet' 
monss' John : p' la quelle mariage avoit le diet' Ainan doura au diet' monss' John, vyt Cens 
marcz & sera payc en main : Et aussy le diet' monss r John infeofra certaine chaplains en oenl 
marcz, de terr&de Rent le .quelle refeffrent [refferenf] le di monss' John [,y Anabella sa femme 
ni le manoir de CketUton en diet' twins' John] pour terme de sa vie le Remainder au diet' Anian 
& Elenor sa Eemme -\: a les hoirs de leurs Corps engendres. par deffault de issu: la reversion 
regardant Ales droicz hoires de la diet' monss" John &c. Donne a Wrimlord \_Wrmford'] le 
mercrcdi proehain apres le fest' de S' P.arnabe l'apostrc an° 35 E. 3. 

Drawing of three shields : — 

1. Three mullets between two bendlets. 

2. Ermine, a fess fretty. 

3. Fretty. 

Roger Hell alias Lacy Constable of Chester. 

Rob't fiz Roger, lord of Claveringe. 
I 



John de Claveringe.=pElizab. d. to S r Paine Tiptoft. 



Tho s Audley.=2. S r Tho s =pEua had 4=pS r James Audley =4. Rob't Benhalle 



Ufford. 



husbands. 



3 husband. sine prole. 



S r John S r Edm.=poibill d. to S r Simon S r Rob't S r James S r Peter 



Ufford. Ufford. 



Perpoint. Ufford. Audley. Audley. 



S r Rob' Ufford.=pElenor d. to S r Tho s ffelton. 

.Tone vxo r S r W m Bowett. 

I 

Elizabeth Bowett vxor 
Tho. L: Dacres. 



Jone vx r S r Rich, ffynes. Margaret vx. S r Tho s fBnes. 



92 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 58". Earl. 1505, fo. 60".] 

Drawing of arms from a seal : — Quarterly — 1 and 4. A fess between tbree pheons. 

2 and 3. Ermine, a fess fretty. Inscribed S. Will'm de Egerton. 
Drawing of arms, etc., from a seal, Plate II., Fig. 2, inscribed S. Jacobi de 

Audlet (an 34 E. 3). 
Drawing of arms from a seal : — On a bend cotised three stags' beads cabossed. 

Inscribed S. Will'mi Stanley. 

Ceux sont les Covenant's faict entre monss' Alexander de Venables & Johanne sa femme 
d'un part. Et Nichol de Hac'uston d'autre parte. Cestascavoir que le dit Niehol a grante 
que il et ses assignes teneut sans disturbance tous les terres quels le dit Nichol a didees de les 
avant ditz Alexander & Johanne en le manoirs de Newsall Aston & Cowell a terme de trois 
ans &c. Escript a Wich Malbank 22 E. 3. 

Drawing of arms from a seal : — Two bars surmounted by a bend. Inscribed S. 

Alexander de Venables. 
Drawing of an impaled coat : — Dexter fretty, sinister barry wavy of six. Inscribed 

JOHANE DE SANDFORD. 

S>- Lawrence de Sandford Knight L : of y e 
6 part of y e Barony of Wich Malban. 



S r John de Maltrevers.=rJone d. & heire to Lawrence=S r Alexander de 
Sandford. Venables. 



1. Ralfe de=Jone s.p. 44=2. S r Allen Alice vx r John Browning hereof it cometh 
Warren. E. 3. Cheny. that Browning beareth Sandford's Armes. 

Adam de Mustell et Laurentius de Sandford tenuerunt 3 feoda de Baronia Wici Malbani 
37 H. 3. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 59.] 

|i)aufefston. 

Allen de Hawkeston.=p 



Hugh Haukeston of= Jane. Nicholaus Haukeston 26 E. 3 



Betteley 

Godfrey Haukeston de Betteley 



Arms. — Art/, a /esse Qui. fretty 
Or betw. 3 birds Sa. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 15*0. 



93 



S r Thomas Hawkeston.— Ellin. S r John de Eawkeston.=rAnabel] d. & heire of= 



Amis. — J.) in. a fi'sse 
ul.fr, II ij Or. 



Arms. — Erin, a fess 
Qui. fretty ' Or, 

a boril. engr. < f 
the i ml . 



M. Chetilton. 
A.EMS. — Arg. on a 
chev.Gu.boezants 
abord. engr. of (he 
2 nd . 



Thomas ffehce vx r W ra son 
s.p. to David Lloyd. 



Elenor. Ellin de vx r Hamon de Ives. 

Ives ~r 

I 



S r John Haukeston of Wryneford.= 



Ellin vx r W m Egerton of whom Egerton of Wryneford. Ellin. 

X. verint vniversi p' pn'tes que David filiam Madoci Wilmason de Caldcott, relaxasse Rado' 
de Egertou totum ius ineum in vno messuagio in Caldecott. Dat. apud Chester an d in U59 et 
35° E. 3. 

[Thus in Earl. 1505, fo. 61.] 
S r John de Hawkeston. =rAnabeU d. & heire of M. Chetilton. 



Elinor. Ellin vxor Hamon de Ives. 



S r John Hawkeston of Wnneford.= 



Ellin vxor IP" Egerton of [whom] Egerton Elizabeth. 
of Wrynehill is descended. 



ecjevttm of lAnocMenjus in tolanti, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. GO 1 '. Harl. 1505, fo. 62".] 
Yrian Egerton of Caldecote.=j= 



David of whom Egerton of John Egerton .=j=Ellin S l Peere. 

Wrynehill is descended. 



William Egerton.=f Elizabeth Spurstow. 



94 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



John Egerton. =f=Katherin d. to Tho s Holt. 



Piers Egerton.=FAnne d. to Rob't Corbett of Morton. 



'- 



Thomas Egerton.=pMargery. 



Phillipp Egerton.=j=Ellin Venables. 



Randoll Egerton .=pSusan d. to . . . . Egerton of Alton \_Oltoti]. 



W™ Egerton of Dunham=f=ffrancis d. to Richard Egerton. =Mary d. to Tho s 



[Dinharri] in Norff. 



Jn° Southwell. "Wallopp. 



Richard Egerton of Dunham in Norff.=pIsabell d. to W m Woodhouse of Hinckley. 



John Egerton of "Willoughby.=f Anne d. to W m Whittington. 



Charles Egerton of Knockfergus.=Katherine d. to [£''] Henry Gates. 



Cfltrton of Cfjristleton, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 61. Had. 1505, fo. 63.] 

Asms. — Argent, between three pheons Sable a lion rampant Gules, charged on the 
shoulder with an annulet Or. 

William Egerton of Christleton.=p 



Ralph Egerton of=j= Alice d. to Edward [or Edmond] Morton [Edmund 



Christleton. 



Warton\ of Eccleston in Com. Cestrise. 



John Egerton of=Elizabeth da. to John Aldersey Margarett. 

Christleton 1566. of Spurstow. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



95 



%citon oi €cjnt<m anti of #lton. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 59». Ilarl. 1505, fo. tU b .] 

Arms [Egebtoh of Oltox]. — Quarterly— 1. Gules, a fcsse between three pheons 
Argent, 2. Azure, lira bars Argent, over all on a bend < hi les three arm/is of 
the second. [Done.] 3. Vert, a cross engrailed Ermine. [Kingsley.] 
l. Argent, a bugle-horn stringed Futile, within the hunt n cinque/oil. [Ivixgs- 
ley's' Forester's Chat.] 

Crest — Three arrows, one in pale and two in sal/ire Or, barbe t and flighted Sable, 
banded with a riband Galea. 

A.RMS [Egerton of Ridley].— Quarterly— 1 and 4. Argent, a lion rampant Gules 

between Hirer pheons Sable. 2 arid 3. Or, three piles in point Gates, on a 
canton Argent a griffin segreant Sable. [Bassett.] 
Crest. — A lion's gamb erect Hales, holding a sword proper, hilt and pom, I Or. 

Arms [Egerton of Wrtnehill]. — Quarterly— 1 and 6. Gules, a fees Ermine 
between three pheons Argent. 2. Ermine, a fees Gules, fretty Or. [Hawkk- 
STON.] 3. Argent, a bordure engrailed Gaits, over alt on a chevron of the 
id tire bezants. [Chetilton.] 4. Argent, a chevron between three water- 
bougets Sable. [Hilt,.] 5. Vert, a chevron between three talbots statant 
Argent. [HowxiiiLL.] 

Crest. — A plume of Jive ostrich feathers Ermine. 

Motto. — Supra spent sperno. 

I ;o Petrus Pichard d'u's Almaly [Aland]], eonfirmavi David de Egerton et Juliana vxor 
eius duas partes Manerij de Almaly &o. Dat. apud Almaly A° 17" E. 3 et Regni sui Francis 4°. 

Drawing of arms : A fess between three fusils. 
Drawing of a crest, Plate II., Fig. 10. 



W m Belward.=r= Raph Baron of Mallpas.=fBeatrix sister to Hugh 

Keveliock Barle of Chester. 

David le Gierke Baron of Mallpas.=pMargrett d. & heire. 



S r W ,n de=Beatrix base sister to 
Mailpas. : ; S r Roger Monhalt. 



Phillip de Mallpas=pKatherine sister to 



al's Gogh. 



Richard Hulton. 



| 
David de Mallpas=pConstance d. to Owen David de=pCiceley d. to Randoll 



Alius naturalis. 



Keveliock prince of 
Powes. 



Egerton. 



Thornton. 



Beatrix uxor 
Roderick ap 

Griffin. 
A I 



Idonea vxo r 
S r Vriiin de 
Speer [S' Peere]. 

Bl 



Philip de Egerton. : 
Arms. — Gules, 

three pheons Argent. 
c 



: . . . . d. to 

Wrenluiry. 



96 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Isabell 

vxor S 1 ' 
Richard 
Sutton. 



S r John S' Peer 
mar. y e d. of 
Sutton. 



David de=plsabel d. to Yrian Eger-=piEmilia d. & 



Egerton. 



Phillip It- 
Large. 



Richard 
ffouleshurst 
of Crew. 



ton of 
Caldcotte. 



heire to .... 
Calcott vfc 
opinor 15 E. 2. 



: EUin d. to S r David de Yrian Egerton of Egerton= 

John S< Peer. Egerton. was entailed bv fflne. 



Helena vxo r 
W ra Brerton. 



Phillip de^ 
Egerton. 



: Manld d. to David de Mallpas or else David 
Margrett d. to Jn° Warren of Ightfeld. 2 d son. 



S r Jn° Egerton of E°-erton.= 



Phillip Egerton.=pMargery d. to W m Manwaring of Ightfeld. 

©gcrton of RfBIr». 



William Egerton of 
Egerton married Mar- 
. d. to Ralfe Eger- 
ton of Wrynehill s.p. 



John Eger- 
ton of 
Egerton & 
Olton. 



=Elizak d. 
& heire to 
Hugh Done 
of Olton. 



S r Ralfe= 
Egerton 
of Rid- 
ley. 



=Margrett d. & 
heire to Rafe 
Bassett of 
Bloer. 



Philip Eger- 
ton. 



. ... d. to ... . 
Smith of Cuerdley. 



S r Richard Egerton" 
of Ridley. 



Egerton of Sofllcston. 



: Mary d. to Rich. Grave- 
nor of Eaton. 



S r Phillip 
Egerton 
of Olton. 



"Elenor 
d. to S r 
Randoll 
Brer- 
ton of 
Mall- 
pas. 



1. Elizab.^pS 1 ' Tho. Egerton=. 



(1. to 
Thorn 8 
Ravens- 
croft of 
Bretton. 



of Dodleston 
now lord keeper 
1599 maried in 
an" 1 Coo Alice d. 
to S 1 ' John Spen- 
cer of Althorpe 
widdow to ffer- 
diuando Stanley 
Earle of Darl ly. 



da. 

to S r W m 
More 
widow to 
. . . . Pol- 
sted & 
S'' Job. 
Wolley. 



Raph-rBarbara 



Eger- 
ton 

of Rid- 
ley. 



Jn°= 

Eger- 
ton of 
Olton. 



: Jane d. to 
Rich. 
Moston 
of Tall- 
acre in 
fflintsh. 



S r Tho. Eger- 
ton died before 
his father 1599 
mar. Elizabeth 
d. & heire to 
Tho s Venables 
Baron of Kin- 
derton had 
issue. 

E=F 



S r John Eger- 
ton 2 d son 
mar. ffraucis 
2 daughter & 
one of the co- 
heires of ffer- 
dinando E. of 
Darby & had 
issue. 
f=f 



I 
Mane. 



d. & 
heire to 
Steuen 
Hoi ford 
son to 
George. 



Rich. Eger- 
ton of Rid- 
ley maried 
Mary d. & 
sole heire 
to S r Rand. 
Brereton 
of Mallpas. 



Ralfe. 

Eliza- 
beth. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



97 



D 




E 




P| 






G 






1 
\ ere maried 
to W m Boner 
[BouhT] of 
Dunham. 




S r Jn°= 
Eger- 
ton of 
Olton. 


j=Margret E 

d. to S r V> 

Rouland St 
Stanley. 


1 

izab. 

k , S r W m 

auley. 

1 

ff 


Elizabeth Mary maried 
maried to to S r Tho. Leigh 
Jn° Dutton. of Stoneley 
Baronet. 


1 

Phillip Richard. 


1 1 1 
•ances. 


1 1 1 1 II M 
Mary. Magdalen. 


1 1 1 
Charles. 




setat. 6 — 
annor'ni ffrauns. 
1580. — 

Margrett. 


Ai'bella. 
Elizabeth. 


Penelope. James. 
Katherine. Anne. 


John. 
Thomas. 


Mary. 


Cecilia. 


Alice. Alice. 




Davi< 

Eger- 
ton 1. o 
Almal} 


In 
f 


=Jaue d. to 

Pichard 
heire of 
Almaly vt 
opinor. 


1 
John = 
Eger- 
ton. 


pEllyn 
S'Peer. 


I 1 
Phillip = Margery Roger. WilTm= 
Eger- d. to W m 1 332. 
ton 10 son to 
E. 3. Hugh de 
Chettiltou. 


=Eus- 
tacia. 



Rafe Egerton .=f 



Eo 



W m Egerton whose descent appeareth 
on the next side (sic). 



Rafe Egerton of Calcotte. : 



Rafe. 



Will'm. 



W m Egerton of Betteley.=f Ellin d. & heire to S r John 

Haukcston. 



Rafe Egerton=pElizab. d. to Rate W m de Phillip de 



obijt 1 l."r_'. 



Manwaring. 



Egerton. Egerton. 



Rafe 

base 
son. 



Hugh Egerton builded=pMargret d. to Rafe. Vrian 



Wreneh.il] and died 
an 1505. 



Jn° Duttim 
of Dutton 
obijt U99. 



Vrian de=p 
Egerton 



Rafe. 



parson of vx r 
Hasel- .... 
well. Lane. 



1 d. to=pJn u Egerton of Wrinhill mar. to his 3 d wife Elenor=p2 d. to 



Cotes. 



d. to S r R. Brereton Chamb 1 " of Chester 



Eilin vx r S r Henry Elizab. vxo r Tho s Walker 
Willoughby. of Lee Grene. 

Margrett vxo r Tho s Minshull. 



. . Gresley. 



Isabell vxor Henry 
Marmion. 



98 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Randoll=pIsabell d. & heire 


1 
of Rob't. 


1 

Rich d a 


1 
Alice vx 


1 
Isabell vx r 


1 
Ellin vx 1 ' 


Egerton 


Rob 1 Hill of Hown- 


Clarke. 


Robert 


Tho s Har- 


Rafe 


obijt 


hill after mar. to 






Chetwin 


court of 


Bassett 


1522. 


Edw. Littleton. 






of In- 

gestre. 


Ranton. 


of Bloer. 


John Eger-~ 


= Agnes d. to 


1 
W m Eger-=T=Jane d. to 


1 

Katherine rx r Anne 


vx r Rob't 


ton died 


S r "Walter 


ton of 


S r Tho. 


Edw. Barker Midlemore of 


1 June 


Griffeth of 


Betteley. 


Lacon of 


of Wollerton Egbaston in 


1529. 


Wichnore. 




Willy. 


in Salop. "Warwicksh. 

1 1 


„ 1 
S r Ralphs Anne d. Eich. 


1 
Doroty 


1 
Isabel vx 


1 
r Anne 


1 
Rouland 


1 
Richard 


Eger- 


to S r s.p. 


vx r 


Rob 1 


vx 1 ' 


Barker. 


Midle- 


ton of 


Edw. 


Tho s 


Sandford 


Jn° 




more. 


Wryne- 


ffitton 


Vernon 


of Sand- 


Biest. 






liill died 


of Gos- 


of Has- 


ford. 








1596. 


worth. 


lingtou. 












(Sic in both. MSS.) 










1 

Edward ajtatis Eichard 


s.p. M 


1 1 
iry Margaret. 


Rafe Egerton=j 


1 
=ffrancis. 


25annor'ml580. 


B.J 


— 




of Betteley. 






George. 




Anne 








1 
Ralfe. W m . 


1 
ffrancis. 


1 
Mar 


Y- 





[Harl. 1424, fo. 64.] 

Arms. — Argent, a bay horse passant proper. 

[No Pedigree.] 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 99 

ffilkin of Catenljall 

[Had. 1424, fo. 63. Harl. 1505, fo. 64".] 

Arms. — Argent, an orle Sable, within eleven billets in orle of the second. 

Phillip ffilkin of Tattenhall.=p. ... d. to ... . Domvile of Lynim. 



=j=Jolm ffilkin of Tatnall.=p[2] Elizabeth d. to John Hanky of Churton. 

_J j 

III II 

Anne vxor John Piers ffilkiu=pJane d. to John Elizabeth vx r Kafcherine vxor 



Henry s.p. of Tatten- 

Bcarde. hall 1580. 



Damport of Rich. Massy James Goslard 

Caveley. [of Egerley]. of Tarven. 



John ffilkin ajtatis=Anne d. to Randoll Richard. Elizabeth. Jane. Dorothy. 
15 annor'm 1580. Dodd. 



ffitttm of <f£asetoortjK 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 62.] 

Arms. — Quarterly of eleven. — 1. Argent, a canton Gules, over all on a betid Azure 
three garbs Or. 2. Gules, two lions passant Argent, a label of three points 
Or. [Orreby.] 3. Argent, tiro chevrons and a canton Gules. [Orreby.] 
4. Azure, two bars Argent, over all on a bend Gules three bezants [pheons 
Or?]. [Lerh of Bechton.] 5. Or, three lozenges Azure. [Baguley.] (i. 
Azure, three spades or ma Harks Or. [Bechton.] 7. Argent, a chevron 
between Jive cross- croslets fitche {two above and three below) Sable. [Sidding- 
tox.] 8. Azure, three icicles bendivays Or. [Harbottle.] 9. Argent, three 
flagons Gules. [Monbouciier.] 10. Argent, three escallops Gules. [Charrox.] 
11. Argent, three water-bougets Sable. [Lilburne ?] Over all an escocheon 
of -pretence, quarterly of four. — 1 and 4. Argent, a cross and oordure both 
engrailed Sable. [Holcroft.] 2. Argent, a squirrel sejant Gules. [Hortox.] 
3. \_Argent], an eagle, wings elevated [Sable], preying on an infant [//roper], 
swaddled [Gules]. [Culcheth.] 

Crest. — On a chapeau Azure, turned up Ermine, a pansy proper, stalked Vert. 

These Armcs were taken out of an old Book at Goseworth wherein they were 
limned long ago. Drawing of anus : — Quarterly — 1st. Argent, two chevrons Gules, 
on a canton of the last a label of four points Argent. 2nd. Argent, a chevron 



100 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

between five cross-croslets fitche, two in chief and three in base, Sable, 3rd. Azure, 
three spades Or. 4th. Argent, a canton Gules, over all on a bend Azure three 
garbs Or. Motto : Fauente Deo. 

Herbert de Orreby .=pLucia heire to Goseworth. 



Richard de Orreby.=p S r Thomas Orreby. 

Thomas Orreby of Goseworth.=f= 



Thomas ffitton.=pIsabell. 



Tho s ffitton of Goseworth.=p 



S r Lawrence ffitton of Goseworth died 1450 [1456. Had. 1505, fo. 63*].= 



Thomas obi j t vivo patre 1449.= 



S r Thomas ffitton. Edward ffitton. =p 



S r John ffitton.=pHellen d. to S r Andrew Brereton. 
I 

S r Edward ffitton.=j=Mary d. & coheire to S 1 ' Jane vx r Lawrence Chantrell. 

Guichard Harbottle. 



S r Edw. ffitton=pAnne d. to Tho. ffitton ffrancis. Elenor. Margrett. 
of Goseworth S r Peter of Sidding- — — — 

Tresurer of Warburton ton. Anthony. Anne vx r Katherine vx r 

Ireland. obijt 1573. — " S r Raph John Mere of 

George. Egerton. Mere. 

Mary vx r S r 

S r Edw. ffitton=pAlice d. & heire to S r John Rich. Beison 

1600. Holcroft of Lancashire. of Billishill. 

Edward ffitton son & heire. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



101 



ffoMU toulfjo JoM of iHitrtctmcije. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 64". Harl. 1505, fo. 66.] 

Arms (P' TV. Camden, Clar. 150'J). — OuUs, a chief Argent, over all a cross moline Or. 

Cuest. — A garb per pale Or and Vert, the band counter-changed. 

Motto. — Fouendo Foueo. 

Foluile Antiqua. — Or, a chief Argent, over all a cross moline Gules. 

Foluile de Com' Leicest. — Perfess Ermine and Or, a cross moline Gules. 



1 . Anne d. : 
to ... . 

Small- 
wood. 



=John ffovill of Middlewich=p3. Margrett= 



maried to his 2 a wife .... 
d. to .... Sniethwik of 
Smethwik. 



I 



d. to . . . . 
Hifeld of 
Minshull. 



Hyde= 



Arderne 



2" husband. 3 d husband. 



I I II II II I 

James ffolvile=pCiceley d. to Alice had Peter. Isabell. Katherine. Elizabeth. 

of Midlewich 
2 d son. 



Jn° Peever 5 or 6 
of Middle- husbands, 
wich. 



Tho s . Elenor. Anne. 



John=p. . . . d. 



ffovile 
of 

Midle- 
wich. 



Tho 9 ffolvile=f Rebeca d 
servant to S r 
W m Cicell 



to W 

Carter 
[Cafer] Lord Burgh 
ofMidle- ley L: High 
wich. Treasurer 

of England. 



John. \Y m . James s. prole. 

I I 

I I I II 

John. Tho s . ffrancis. W m . 

Tho s 



to Rafe Chichester 
Barnes of mar. to his 



W m ffovile of=pElizab. 
1 wife. 



Harow on 
the Hill. 



2 li wife Mar- 
grett Tirrell 
of Hamsh. 



W m 1^ yeare Tho s £ 
old 1599. yeare old. 



Margrett 

vx r 1 

Cockett 
& 2 to 
Haw- 
kins. 



3 doughty s.p. 
(sic). 



Rob t astatis Audrey vs r John Barksdale Anne. Margaret. Rebeckah. 
20 annor'm of Newbery. — — — 

1599. Jone. Maudlin. Elizabeth. 



John. 



Jone. 



John ffoville.=pEmm [llargret] d. to Tho s Venables of Budworth. 
Edward base son. 



Ralfe Parnell. Katherine vxor Ellin. Elenor vxor Edw. Venables 

s.p. .... Knight. base son to S r Thomas. 



Jone. 



Margrett. 



102 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



dfaute&urst of Crctoc, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 62 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Grilles, a fret Or, a chief Ermine. 2. Azure, a lion rampant 
Argent. [Crewe.] 3. Ermine, three muscles conjoined in fess Gules. 
[Blijthall ?] 4. Gules, a scythe Argent, the handle Or. [Praers.] 

5. Azure, a cross moline Or, quarter pierced of the field. [Moltneux ?] 

6. Argent, a chevron between three lozenges Ermines. [Shaw ?] 
Crest. — A unicorn's head couped Argent, armed and matted Or. 

.... ffoulshurst of Crew.=p 
Arms. — Gu. a fret Or, on a chief 
Arg. 2 mullets Sa. 



S r Eobert ffoulshurst.=pJane d. to S r Richard Vernon. 



S r Tho s ffoulshurst of Crew; 



I 



Jane vxo r Ralph Vernon of Haslington. 



Robert. Agnes vxo r S r Lawrence Smith Ciceley vxo 1 ' Henry Ropp 
of Hough. of Stapeley. 



jfntosjjam of €ltom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 63 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, on a cross engrailed Sable five estoiles Or. 

2 and 3. Paly of six Argent and Gules on a bend Sable three mullets Or. 

[Elton.] 
Crest. — An escallop Argent. 

W m ffrodesham of Elton.=p 



AY m ffrodesham; 



. d. to . . . . Molineux of Sefton. 



W m ffrodesham of Elton.=pKatherine d. to . . . . Ingram of Lane. 
I 

Edward ffrodesham.=pMargrett d. to Richard Bonbury of Stanney. 



William=j=Margarett 
ffrodesham d. to John 



of Elton 
1566. 



Brasted of 
Maxfeld. 



I I 



1 



John. George. Margaret Doroty. Condra vxor 



Henry. 



vxor Rob't 
Sheffeld. 



Tho s Chalenor 
&2 a to Edmund 
Brockett. 



I 



John ffrodsham of Elton. Edward. Thomas. 



Robert. 



Jane. 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 103 

#erarti of Crctooofc. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. fit). Harl. 1505, fo. 67".] 

Arms. — Azure, a lion rampant Argent, collared (lutes. 

Piers Gerard of Gerard (sic).=F. ... d. to ... . Bruyn of Turvyn. 



Richard Gerard =}=Maud d. to John Minslmll of Minshull. 

! 

Richard Gerrard of Gerrard=pEllin d. to James Isabell vx>' Thomas 



[Creirood] 1566. 



Botton of Terton. Duncalfe of ffoxherst. 



Richard Gerard=pMary d. to John Jane vxo r Chris- William. 



of Creewood. 



Damport of topher Damport 

Woodford. of "Woodford. 



I I I I I I 

Richard. Henry. William. Anne. Margarett. Ellin. 



(JHecjcj of #aptom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 08. Harl. 1505, fo. 69 b .] 

Arms. — Sable, two lions counterpassant m pale Argent, collared (rules. 

John Glegg of Gaiton.=p. ... d. to ... . Poole. 



[ John Glegg of Gaiton.*=f Isabell d. to John Leycesler. John. Thomas. 



Arthur Glegg of Gallon 1566.=j=£7eno>- d. to John Massy of Puddington.~\ 

r n n i i 

John [ II7/-=j=Mary d. to Thomas. Elizabeth. Katherin vxor Margery 

limit] Glegg Edw. — — W m Anunne vxo r Peter 

of Gayton I Plackney of Edward. Elenor. [Anion] of Bold of 

1580. ' Chester. Werall. Upton. 



Edward Glegg tetatis 1 ann' 1580. John. Mary. Elizabeth. 
* The words in italics are not given in Harl. MS. 1424. 



104 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 66 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 68.] 

Arms. — Sable, three crescents Argent. 

John Gleyve of High Ligh.=f= 

Gilbert Gleyve.=p. ... d. to ... . Mortlow \_Moothhvo\ of High Ligh. 



Thomas Gleyve.=pAgnes da. to W m Percyvall of Lym. 



John Gleyve of High Ligla=r[Anne d. to W m Bide 



living 1580. 



of Urrnesion.~] 



Tho. Gleyve John. Robert. Alice vxor Robert Ligh Anne. Eliza- 
tetatis 15 — brother to George Ligh — beth. 

annor'm 1580. William. of the East Hall. Isabell. 



(Master oi Cljcstcr* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 69.] 

Arms. — Azure, three pheons Argent, a chief Ermine. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Gules a cockatrice's head between tiro wings expanded 
Sable, combed of the first. 

Henry Dacres borne at Maxfeld in=p 
com. Staff. Alderman of London. 



Rob't ffairthwait Citizen and=FAnne Dacres.=S r John Paginton 



Merchantailor of London. 



2 l1 husband. 



Nicholas Tichborne of=pElizabeth Martin & Geffrey 



Roiden in Essex. 



ffairthwait. s.p. 



James Glasier of Chester.=p Elizabeth Tichborne. 



William Glasier Vice Chamberlain of Chester. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 105 



#oUiorne of (tomtom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 67.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a cross between four martlets Gules. 2. Sable, 
a sling (or hand-bow) between tiro piteous Argent. [Garden.] 3. Gules, a 
fess Argent, a label of five /minis Azure. [Hampton.] 

S r David Golborne of Golborne.=F 



ohn 



John Golborne.=pEUin d. & heire to W m Garden of Carden. 
I 

John Golbome.=F 



Richard Golborne.=j=Ellin d. & heire to W m Hampton of Hampton. 
I 

John Golborne.—. ... d. to ... . Cliffe of Huxley. 



William Golborne.=pCiceley d. to Robert Brett of Davenham. 



Edward Golborne of Overton 1566.=pEllin d. to Piers Paver of Nantwich. 



John Golborne. =. . . . d. & coheire to Edward. Katherine. Cicely. 
Randoll Dodd of Edge. 



#oli)ornc aFs 6ootmtan of dMbontc 38ab^ 

[Harl. 1424, fo. G7 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 69.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Gyronny of eight, Argent and Sable, an eagle displayed 
Or,charged on the breast with a trefoil Vert. [Goodman.] 2 and 3. [Argent] 

a cross patonce between four martlets [Gules']. [Golborne.] 

S r William Golborne of Golborne Davy.=p 



Goodman of=p. . . . d & .... d. & coheire .... d. & coheire 



Golborne Davy. 



coheire. vx 1 ' .... Duttou. vx r .... Venables. 



John Goodman of Golborne Davy.=f[. . . . d. to . . . . Tatton of Witheshaw.] 

P 



106 THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 

Robert Golborne.=p[-4?iMe d. to John Massy of Pudding ton.] 



noX 
3jsa 

BIl 



William Golborne of Golborne Davy 1566.=pMaud d. to Rich. Massy of Audford. 



John. Anne. 

(Hwtiman of Cluster, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 67 b .] 

Arms.— Per pale Sable and Ermine an eagle displayed Or, charged on the breast with 
a trefoil Vert. 

John Goodman of Chester .=f Alice d. to Sampson. 



W m Goodman of Roiston.=i=Anne d. to . . . . Newce of Littlebery. 



W m Goodman John Goodman of Comberlew Henry. Edward. Lucy, 
of Roiston. grene in com. Hartford. 



<§riflm of Batlmtom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 68 b .] 

Arms— Argent, a griffin segreant Sable, within a bordure gobone Or and of the 
second. 

Nota that Bartholomew Griffin ancestor of this house was L : of Barderton in 
the time of W m Rufus as by old evidences appeareth. 

S r John Griffin of Barderton.=p d. to Warren of Pointon. 



John Griffin of Barderton.=p. ... d. to ... . Done of Utkinton. 



Edmund Griffin natus ante nuptias.=f Elizab. d. to . . . . Blackwell of Darbyshire. 

A| 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 
A| 



107 



John Griffin of Barderton.=pSibill d. to Tho 5 Sfcarky of Strctton. 



John Griffin=pEUenor 
of Barder- d. to 
ton 1580. S r Edin' 1 

Traf- 
ford. 



Edmund 
S. prole. 



Four children s. prole. 



Rich. Griffin 
married .... 
d. to . . . . 
Bebinsrton. 



\V™ Griffin 

of London. 



I I 
ffrances. 

Jane vxor 
Lawrence 
Mainwarine. 



<&ro$foawr al's #ratonm* tf €atom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 65 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 67.] 

Amis. — Quarterly — 1 and G. Azure, a garb Or. 2. Sable, a cross patonce Argent. 
[Pulford.] 3. Azure, three pheasants Or. [Fesant.] 4. Quarterly, 
Argent and Sable, a cross patonce counter changed. [Eaton.] 5. Azure, an 
eagle displayed Argent. [Cotton.] 

Crest.— Plate II., Fig. 11. 

Gilbertus le Grosvenator nepos Hugonis Lupi Coniitis Cestrise. 

Robertus. Arms. — A bend, 

I 
Henricus. 

I 

Radulphus. 

I 
Richardus. 

I 
Robertus. 

I 



Robertus sepultus in Budworth.=pEnmia f[uia] W. Modberley [Modbury]. 

Radulphus. ^j= 



Rob tus Grosvenor miles esceator et defensor Armor'm=. . . . filia Joh'is 
suorum contra Ric'um le Scroope 10 R. 2. Daniel militis. 

©roBtocnor of ©olmc. 

S r Robert Grosvenor of Holme & Rudheath.=p 
I 

Elizab. vx. P. Emm vxo r Jn° Agnes vx r W m Kafcherine vx r Margaret vx r Tho» 
Dutton of Ligh of Bothes. Stanley of Rich. Win- Lecesterof Tabley. 

Button. Hooton. ingtou. 



108 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



This S r Tbo s Gravenor was heire to Holme, as it shall appeare by the marriage of the d. & 
heire to S r W m fteasant k. which S r W m did entaile the Manor of Holme to Tho" Grosvenor 
Knight for terme of his life : And for lacke of issue of his bodie, to Rafe Grosvenor his brother 
& to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten. 



S r Thoin s Grosvenoiv 
Akms. — Azure, a garb Or. 



--. . . . d. & heire to S r 
W m ffesant. 



Rob't 1 son s.p. Rafe.=p. . . . d. & heire of ... . Eaton. 



Robert Grosvenor.=f= 



I 

Thomas Gravenor.=p 



* 



Robert Grosvenor .=pKatherine d. to W m Norris of Speake. 



Tho. s.p. Richard Grosvenor.— Katherine d. & coheire to ... . Cotton of Ridware. 



Rich. 2 d 
sonne rnar. 
Katherine 
d. to S r 
Piers 
Dutton. 



John 3 d son of 
Tussingham 
mar. Alice d. 
to S r Raph 

Egerton of 
Ridley. 

Henry 4 th son. 



l.Elizab. 
a nun att 
Chesf. 

2. Elenor 
vxo r Tho. 
Redish. 



3. Katherine 
vxo'' Tho 8 
Ravenscroft 
of Bretton. 



4. Anne 
vxo r 
Roger 
Pulsdon 
[Pules- 
don\. 

5. Alice 

a nun. 



6. Doroty 
vx 1 Ric. 
Wilbram & 
after to 
Henry Savell 
of Barnby. 



S r Tho 5 = 
Grosvenor 
of Eaton. 



=Maudd. 7. Maud 8. Jane 9.MargretvxorlRafe 

toS r W m 7d. vxo r 8 ,h d. Bekett [Beckett] of 

Poole of .... vxor Creston [Oo/ow] 2 d 

Weyrall. Ridge- George to George Woods & 

ley [Rid- Sand- 3'- v to John Molineux. 

ley']. ford. =p 



Elizab. Bekett 
vx r Geo. Ire- 
land. 



Mary vxo r Thom 3 
Ligh of Adling- 
ton and after to 
H r Richard Eger- 
ton. =j= 



Margery Bekett 
vx r Henry Ec- 
cleston. 



Mary Bekett 
vx r . . . . Le- 
ton of Leton. 



Rafe 
Egerton. 



Dorothy 
Egerton. 



Elizab. ux. 
Rich. Masterson 
of Nantwich. 



Katherine 
vx' Rich. 
Hunt. 



Grace. 



Tho. Grosvenor=pAnned. to Roger 



of Eaton 15C6. 



Rich. Gravenor of Eaton 1580. Thomas. Agar. Mary. Agiies, 



Bradshaw of 
Haw. 



Richard. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 109 

ftanfcp oi Clnutom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 83". Harl. 1505, fo. 87.] 

Arms.— Per pale Chiles and Azure, a wolf salient Or, vulned in the shoulder of the 
first. 

Robert Hanky of Churton.=p 



John Hanky.=p Eobert. 



John Hanky .=p. ... d. to ... . Crew of the Holt. 
I 

Hugh Hanky .^\_Alice d. to Eobert Troutbeck of Trefford.'] 

I 
John Hanky of Churton=pElenor d. to Rob't Chetewood Thomas. 



1566. 



of Worleston 



Elenor. Margery. Alice. Jane. Elizabeth. Anne vxor George Bostock 

of Churton. 



j^assall oi #anttoici)- 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 81.] 
Arms. — Per chevron Argent and Or, three pheons Sable. 

William Hassall.=f Margrett d. to S r John Bromley of Chetilton. 



Hamon Hassall.^EUin d. to Richard Cholmeley aunt to S r Hugh Cholmeley knight. 



Richard Hassall.=p. ... d. to ... . Wilbram. 



Richard Hassall of Nantwich 1580.=pAnne d. to Tho 9 Masterson. 

I 



William=Margrett d. to Roger Rich. Hassall Edward. Elizabeth. Margerie. 
Hassall. Atkinson of Shrop- of London. — 

shire. John. 



110 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



^ 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 70. Harl. 1505, fo. 71 b .] 

Ivon a noble man of Normandy had 6 sons which 
came into England with Wilham Conqueror. 



Nigell Baron Geffrey had the Hubbard Edward Horswaine Wolfath had the 
of Halton & lands and had the had the had the mannor of Hat- 
Constable of barony of Stop- lands of manor mannor of ton by the gift 
Chester. ford and died s. Dutton. of Hasel- Shrigley. of his brother 
prole. wall. Nigell. 



W m Fitz Nigell 
Baron of Halton. 



Hugh de 
Dutton. 



William de= 
Hatton. 



Robert de=pMargret d. & heire to S r 
Hatton. Gilbert Crispin. 



S r Geffre. 
Hatton 



Richard= 

2 d son. 



Wolfath. William. 



. . . . d. to Adam de Norman S r Hugh Hatton Hamon Hatton 
S r Edwin Hatton. de Hatton. knight of the Chamberlaine 
Harthull. Eodes. of Cheston (««•). 



Isabell uxor Ralfe. 
Sir Henry de 

Moberley. Henry a monke 

at Chester. 



Robertus 
religiosus. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 70 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 72.] 
Arms of Hallum. — Sable, a cross engrailed Ermine. 
Vallum. 

Ranulph de Hallum Chamberlaine to Hugh Keveliock 
Earle of Chester who gave him the mannor of Hallum. 



S 1 ' Hugh de Hallum.^=. ... d. to Edward Morvile sonne to Hugh. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. Ill 



John de Hallum.*=rMargrett d. to Randoll Pigott. 



S r John de Hallum.=pJane d. to John Bromley. 



S r Hugh Hallum.=FKatherine d. to S r Hugh Modberly [Moberlei/]. 



Jone uxor John Hatton of Elizabeth ux r S r 
Great Aldersey 28 E. 3. Rob't Henington. 



Pro ©attorn 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 70 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 72.] 

Arms of Hellesby. — Or, a sattire Sable. 

Arms of Thoenton. — Argent, on a lend G-ules three escarbuncles Or. 

S r John Hellesby .=p 



Rich, de Hellesby. : 



anjornton. 

Randoll=pCiceley d. & coheire of Allen Hellesby =p Beatrix d. & heire 
Thornton. Rich, de Kingesley. de Hellesby. to Adam de Hatton. 



Piers.=f Ciceley vxor David de Egerton. 8 r Will'm Hellesby/ 



Randoll Thornton.=p S r Will'm Hellesby .=pA vice. 



gr Piers=pLucia. .... uxor .... uxor .... uxor Jone vxor Adam 

Thorn- .... Bees- .... Griffin .... Traf- Hatton of Great 

ton. ton of of Barder- ford of Aldersey. 

Beeston. ton. Trafford. 



Ellin vxor Elizab. vx r Mary vx r Emm vx 1 ' Mauld vx r Beatrix vxor 

S r Thomas Hamon S 1 Will'm Hugh de Henry Tho s Sams- 

Dutton. ffitton of Colborne. Wever- Beeston. bury [_Sam- 

Bollin. ham. bury']. 

* This generation is omitted in Harl. MS. 1505. 



112 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIREj 1580.- 



atton oi %mton ty WBwcton. pattern of 



[Had. 1424, fo. 71. Harl. 1505, fo. 72 b .] 
S r Geffrey Hatton.=r[ d. to S r Edwin Harthill.*] 



Roger 2 d ^=Maud d. to S r Hugh Hatton of Hatton=p d. to S r 



sonne. 



S r Piers by Waverton al's Warfcon 

Norman rile. eldest son. 



W™ Bordell 

[Boidell]. 



Ralfe=pMargery d. to William^Agnes da. to S r Geffrey Button who gave 



Hatton. 



Simon [Limey"]. Hatton. 



with her the L'pp of Hatton by Daresbury. 



I I 

S r Hugh Hatton.t=pAmy d. to Rafe Venables. Simon Hatton/ 



William=FJane d. & coheire to Rich. 



Hatton. 



son to S r Hugh Golborne. 



I 
W m Hatton=p 
of Hatton. 



I 

Ifngli Ilattmi— Margrett d. to S 1 ' 
[of Hatton]. John Arderne. 



Adam Hatton=j= 
of Hatton. 



John Hatton=p. . . . d. to Hugh de=pMargaret d. & Allen de=pBeatrix 



[of Hatton]. 



[John] 
ffrodesham. 



Hatton. 



heire to Geffery Hellesby. 
Bruin. 



1 d. & 
coheire. 



Maud vxor S r Rafe John Hatton Lord of the=p. . . . d. & heire 



Vernon of Shipbroke. halfe of Great Aldersey. 



S 1 ' W m = 



to S r John Hallum. Hellesby. 



Rob't Vernon 
of Hatton. 



I 

Adam Hatton L : of the halfe=p. . . . d. & heire to 
of Great Aldersey. S r W m Hellesby. 



Rafe Vernon=pMargrett d. & heire to 
al's Hatton. Rafe Brailsford. 



I 

Rob't Hatton of=j=[* Avtce d. & heire to 



Kirsty birches 
t'pe H. 4. 



S r W m Wistaston.] 



W m Hatton of Kirsty birches.=p[.E7eMW d. to S r Hugh Brow.] 



[William Hatton of Kirsty birches.]=f= 

a I 



* The words in italics are not given in Harl. MS. 1424. 
t Omitted in Harl. MS. 1505. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



113 



A| 



1. Margaret d. & heire to George=j=Peter Hatton of=p2 d. to 

Bostock of Modberley. Kirsty bii-ches. of Grimsdich. 



Hugh Hatton 
a marchant. 



Alice married an Alderman 
of London. 



Lienor married 
in Chester. 



Grimsdich 



Margrett. 



T" I ' I I I 

Rich. Hatton Peter Hatton Henrj Hatton Rob'i Hatton John Hatton 
of Ellisrnere. of Kirsty of Holdenby. of Norley. of the 



birches. 
13 



Shroggs. 



C 



Randoll Hatton 
of Weverham. 



Adam Hatton 
of North wood. 



Simon Hatton 
of Stocton 
[Pate]. 



Hugh a 
Preist. 



Cladius 

\_Gladius~\ 

Hatton. 



The discents of all these brethren followeth hereafter under these severall markes.* 



pattern of S&retosfcurp. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 71". Hark 1505, fo. 73.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Azure, a chevron between three garbs Or, 2. Sable, a cross 
engrailed Ermme. [Hallum.] 3. Or, a sal/ire Sable. [Helsby.] 4. Sable, 
a/ess humette Argent, a mullet for difference. [Bostock.] 



% Richard Hatton eldest sonne to Peter Hatton of 
Kcstiburches fflodd out of Cheshire for killing 
of a man & dwelt at Ellisrnere. 



. . . . d. & heire 
of Augustine. 



Richard Hatton of Abbay fforgate=pMargery d. to Geffrey 



in Shrewsbury. 



Vickers \_Wwken\. 



Thomas Hatton=pElenor d. & heire Robert Hatton Richard=pMary d. to George 



of Shrewsbury. 



to Arthur son & 
heir to S r Peter 
Newton. 



■n\ 



sonne. 



: oil. 



Eveline of Ditton 
in Surrey. 



Robert. ffrances [ffrancis]. 



Mary. Anne. 



I 



Edmund. ffrancis. Peier. Thomas. Lucia. Winefrid. Margrett. 

* [The black-letter capitals have been substituted here b.r the label, crescent, mullet, 
martlet, annulet, fleur-de-lys. escallop, and craquefoil, which appear iu the origiual MS8.— J. P. R.] 

Q 



114 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



J& attmt of lUrstplnrcijts tit Cjjesiiprt* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 72.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Azure, a chevron between three garbs Or. 2. Sable, a cross 
engrailed Ermine. [Hallum.] 3. Or, a saltire Sable. [Helsby.] 4. Sable, 
a/ess humette Argent, a mullet for difference. [Bostock.] Over all a crescent 
foi- difference. 

B Peter Hatton second sonne to Peter=p Margrett d. to Rouland 
Hatton of Kirsty birches. Perpoint of Warington. 



Peter Hatton.=pAnne d. to John Claiton of Thelwell. 



Lawrence Hatton of Kirsty birches was married 71=j=Agnes or Alice d. to Edmund 



yeares and died the 26 of March An'o D'ni 1574. 



Griffin of Barderton. 



Peter Hatton of=f Katherine 
Kirsty birches I d. to Rich. 
slaine in taking \ Marbury 
possession of a of Walton, 
house. 



Randoll Hatton=pElizabeth Henry. 



one of the 
Groornes of the 
Chamber. 



d. to Jn° 

Stoliete of 
Brabant. 



Anne vxor 
John 
Starky of 
Kowhooke. 



1. Alice d. to Peter=pLawrence Hatton=2. Anne d. to William. Christopher. 



Dutton of New- 
burgh. 



of Kirsty birches 
lyving 1580. 



Gawen Ligh of 
Northwood. 



William 
{sic). 



I 



Richard aetatis 20 annor'm 1580. 



J^atton oi i^oltieitbp tit JJmtJwmjpttmsJnre. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 72". Harl. 1505, fo. 76.] 

Arms. — Quarterly of twelve. — 1. Azure, a chevron between three garbs Or. 2. Gules, 
on a canton Argent a fleur-de-lis Sable. [Newport ?] 3. Barry of four 

Argent and Gules lozengy counter changed. [Crispin.] 4 a cross 

palonce between four martlets .... 5 an eagle displayed .... 6. 

Argent, on a bend Sable three covered cups of the field. [Rixton ?] 7. Sable, 
a cross engrailed Ermine. [Hallum.] 8. Or, a saltire Sable. [Helsby.] 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



115 



9. Azure, five, cinquefoils in cross Argent. [Holdenby.] 10. Argent, three 
iendlets Sable on a canton of the second, a tower triple-towered of the first. 
[Cahnell ?] 11. Argent, mi a chief (lutes three fleur-de-lis Or. i2. Ermine, 
on afess Azure three cross-croslets Or. 
Crest. — A hind statant Or. 



dt Henry Hatton 3 d son to= 
Peter Hatton of Kirsty 
birches. 



Elizabeth d. & heire to W ra 
Holdenby of Holdenby in 
Northampton. 



John Hatton of Holdenby.=fJone d. to . . . . Westby \_Westly~\. 



W m Hatton of=pAIice d. to Laurence Sanders 



Holdenby. 



of Harington in Com. 
Northampton. 



John Hatton of : 
Gravesend. 



I I 

S r Christopher Doroty 

Hatton Lord vxo r John 

Chancellor Newport. 
died without 
issue 1591. 



: Dionice d. to . . 
Ware of Sussex. 



W m Hatton of=pJone d. & John=f Jane d. to Rob't 



Gravesend. 



heire to 
William 
Walworth. 



Hatton. 



Shute Baron of 
the Excheq. 



Christopher. Rob't. Thomas. 



1. . . . 


. d.=pS r V 


m Hatton: 


=2. Elizab. d. 


= Edward Cooke 


Edward. 


Margaret 


to . . . 




died 1597. 


to S r Tho. 


the Queene's 




— 


Gawdy 








Cicell L : 
Burghley. 


Attorney 2 d 
husband. 




Jone. 


a 


daug 


hter. 













©attmt oi &oxltv. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 73. Harl. 1505, fo. 76 b .] 

Arms.— Quarter///— 1. Azure, a chevron between three garbs Or. 2. Sable, a cross 
engrailed Ermine. [Hai.h'ji.] 3. Or, a saltire Sable. [Helsby.] 4. Sable, 
afess humettt Argent, a mullet Or for difference. Over all four quarters a 
martlet for difference. 

S Robert Hatton of Norley in Cheshire 4 th son=p. . . . widow to ... . Browne 
to Peter Hatton of Kirsty birches. [Broome'] of Croton. 



Tho 3 Hatton= 
of Norley. 



=Jone d. to . . . . 
ffrere \_ffree~] of 
Wereham. 



John- 

Hat- 

ton. 

B 



: . . . . widow 
to ... . 
Gardiner. 



Richard : 
Hatton. 



: . . . . d. to Rich. 
Daniell of Dares- 
bury. 



116 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Robert=f=Blanch d. to 



Hatton. 



Tho 5 Rutter 
[Butler] by 
the d. of Tho 8 
Manley. 



Ric. raaried 
Margrett 
d. to . . . . 

Hatton of the 
Woodhouse. 



W m Hatton of 
Siddingbrook 
[Siddingborne] 
in Kent. 



Thomas Hatton 
of Norley mar. 
Elizab. d. to 
Jn° Hocknell of 
Hocknell Piatt. 



W m Hatton 
of Norley 
maried Alice 
d. to . . . . 
Newton of 
Lane. 



Peter Hatton of Nor- 
ley maried Anne d. to 
George Rowe of 
Hartford. 

I 
Will'm Hatton. 



Rich. Hatton 
of London. 



James maried Elenor 
Ravenshaw and dwell- 
eth at Nantwich. 



William maried 
Maud d. to 
Jn° Johnson. 



Tho s of Kingesley inar. 
Ciceley d. to Rich. Amery 
of Kingesley. 



Randoll Hatton 
of Essex. 



Richard. 



Tho 9 Hatton of Kingesly. 



Rob't mar. 
Elizab. d. to 

Tarlton 

of Lane. 



Elizab. uxor .... 
Griffin & after to 
.... Brerewood of 
Chester & had 
issue by both. 



George. 



Mary. 
Doroty. 



W m Hatton 
of Eshere in 
Surrey. 



Peter Hatton.=p. . . . sister to Humfrey Winington of Anderton. 



Humfrey Hatton mar. Margret d. to John Smith 
of London who after mar. to T. Powell of Tal- 
worth a mile from Kingston vpon Thamise. 

I 



I 
Jane vxor 
Nic° Lach 
of Bretton 
in fflintsh. 



Humfry 
Hatton of 
Talworth. 



John a 
Scrivener 
in London. 



Vri[««] vx r 
Tho s Rogers 
of Talworth. 



Margery vx r 
John Kingston 
of Sheperton. 



I 
John maried in 
Thorpe not far 
from Stanes. 



A d. vx r Tho. 
Hutchinson of 
Yorkshire. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 117 

JUatton of JMjrocjcj;^ 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 73".] 

Amis. — The 4 caterings as on W other side this leafe differenced as above [i.e. by an 
annuletj. 

d? John Hatton 5 th sonne to Peter=f=. . . . d. & sole heire to ... . Shaw 



Hatton of Kirsty birches. 



of Thelwall & of Shroggs. 



I I 

Eichard Hatton=pMargrett d. to . . . . ffithion Tho. Hatton= 



of Shroggs. 



of Warmiucham. of Maxfeld. 



John Hatton=pMaud d. to W m Hatton of Maxfeld .... vxor Rich. 

of Shroggs. Proudlove. a Droverman. Andrew of Maxfeld. 



John=f=Jane d. to . . . . Thomas Eichard Hatton=pElenor d. Emme vxor 



Hat- 
ton. 



Small wood widdow Hatton. of Shroggs. 
to ... . Barrington. 



to ... . John Eaton of 
Einsy. Wollagrene. 



II I I I I I I 

Rob't. Emm. Emm. Amy. Maud. Alice. Elizabeth. Jone. 



fiattmt oi Wltnlmn. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 74. Harl. 1505, fo. 77''.] 
Arms. — The (firings four e as before, differenced as above [i.e. by a fleur-de-lis]. 
JF Eanulph [Randall] Hatton of "Weverham al's Wereham.=p 

I 
Tho. Hatton of Weverham.=p 

I 



Thomas John a Eichard Hatton mar. Margrett Robert 

Hatton. Preist. Shaw of Chester. Hatton. 

I I I 



Tho. married Isabel] d. Tho. maried Margrett John Hatton a Gold- 
to . . . . Holbroke. Johnson of Chester. smith in Dublin. 

A| B| 



118 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Tho s =f=Isabell d. Rich. James a butcher Jn° mar. Alice John a Anne. 



Hat- 
ton. 



to ... . mar. in Chester mar- d. to . . . . Butcher 

Barker Elizab. ried Katherine Ashmore & is in Ches- 

of Little March, d. to .... Wright Cooke to M r ter. 
Egerton. of Chester. Jn° Dutton 

of Dutton. 



Divers children. 



Peter maried Margrett d. to 
Orange of Norley. 



Jane vxor Law- 
rence HiU. 



Margrett vxor Jn° Hicks 
of Shrewsbury. 



John Hatton of Malpas mar. y e da. 
of Jn° Edwards of Cholmeley. 



John. Thomas. A d. 



John Hicks. 



Henry Hicks of Shrewsbury. 



Rich. Hill serv 4 Rob' Hill serv 4 to M r 
to M 1 ' Litleton. Gerard the Q : Attorney. 



Elenor ux r Rafe Margrett vx r 
Grimsford. John Garnet. 



John. A son and a Rich. Garnett & 1 son 
daughter. & a daughter. 



pattern oi &ovfy\nool*. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 74".] 

Aejis. — Thefonre quarterings as afore, thus differenced [by an escallop]. 

(S Adam Hatton of Northwood.=p 



Richard Hatton of Northwood. : 



I 

George Hatton. : 



George Hatton Hugh Hatton of Brick -=p 
of Northwood. hill in Com. Bucks. 



John Hatton of Sutton- 
in Surrey. 



4 sons. 2 daughters. 



Myles a mason 2 d son. 3 d son. Anne, 
in London. — 

Mary. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



119 



pattern of Stocton gate. 

[Harl. 1421, fo. 75.] 
Arms. — Thefoure quartering* thus differenced [by a cinque/oil]. 

35 Simon Hatton of Stocton yate.=p 



Lawrence Hatton.=p 



Thomas Hatton.= 



W m IIatton= 
of Stocton 
yate. 



Rob't Hatton.=f=Elizabeth ffitton 
of Gosworth. 



Thomas 
Hatton. 



Richard 
Hatton. 



Robert Hatton her=Margery Goege Richard. Rich. Hatton mar. 
ma'- v yeoman vsher. of Norff. & hath issue. 



Randoll Hatton=p 
of Stocton yate. 

Divers children. 



I II I I I II 

Rich, a beneficed .... a beneficed Alice. 4 daughters 

Preist about Preisfc about more. 

Enfield. Tame in Oxon. 

Thomas Hatton. 



pattern of Mootij)Ousc> 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 75 b .] 
Arms. — Azure, on a chevron between three garbs Or, a martlet Gules for difference. 

John Hatton of Woodhouse belonging to the honor of ftrodsham=p 
discended of the Hattons by Warton t'pe E. 2. 



I 
Geffery Hatton.= 



James Hatton/ 



Thomas Hatton.=p= 

I 

I 
Richard Hatton.=p 



120 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

A_| 

John Hatton of "Woodhouse.=f= 

I Ration of |i>rUcBln\ 



Tho. Hatton of Woodhouse.=p John Hatton of Hellesby.=j= 

! I 

I I I I I 

Huerh=F=Elenor d. W m Hatton of Alice vxor W ni Joice vx r Rich. Hatton=p 



Hatton. 



to ... . Netherton Holland of Ra'd of Hellesby. 

Okehill. married Jone Bradley. Starky of 



Smith. 



Tarven. 



I I 

John. Robert. Katherine. John. Anne. W m . Jone. 

Tho s . 



James Hatton John Hatton mar. y e Rob't Hatton mar. in Spaine to the cosin 
dwelleth at d. of . . . . Barlow of of Dom Gom s de Batrone a Duke in 

Juste. Thornton. Biskay. 



4 children. W nl maried Elizab. John a bastard mar. Lucy d. & I son & 1 
Whitby. heire to Jn° Plewen of Denbigh. daughter. 



Margery. Jone. 



atton of #roppcnj)alL JL^atton of Ceatton, 

[Had. 1424, fo. 76.] 
Artus. — Azure, on a chevron between three garbs Or, a trefoil Vert. 

Roger Hatton of Gropnall discended of the Hattons of Woodhouse.=j= 
I 

Henry Hatton of Tearton.=p Mauld vxor Rob't Olton of Wetnall. 



Rich. Hatton of Tearton.=p. ... d. to ... . Smith of ffearnlies. 



II II 

2 sonnes & 2 daughters. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 121 

J)auiji)tcm of ffraucjfjtom 

[Harl. 1421, Co. 78". Hart. 1505, fo. 82, written Houghton.} 

Arms. — Sable, three bars Argent. 

Henry Haughton of Haughton in Cheshire. =p 
I 



Thomas Haughton.—. . . . d. to Thomas Tattenhall. 



•James Haughton of=pAune d. to Humfrey Wilbram a 



Haughtou 15C6. 



younger brother of Woodhey. 



Tho. Haughton=p Alice d. to John Steventon Richard. Hugh. 



of Haughton 
gen. 1580. 



of Dotterell in Salop. — — 

James. Eandoll. 



I I I I I 

John. James. Tho s . Hugh. Alice. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 81 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 85.] 

Arms. — Sable, a chevron Argent between three leopards' faces Or. [In Harl. 1505 
the leopards' faces are Argmf] 

John Hayes of Litley.=pElline d. to W m Litley. 



John Hayes.=pEllin d. to . . . . Daniell of Ridley. 



John Hayes.=pDorothy base d. to George Savage base sonne 
I to S r John Savage K : of the Garter. 



Thomas Hayes of Littley 15C6.=pElenor d. to John Spurstow of Spurstow. 



.bilin Haycs=pElizab. d. Margery James. Anthony. Robert. 



of Litley 
1580. 



to Rich. vx r Jn° 

Stonley. Venables. Thomas. Richard. 



John setatis 15 Richard. Thomas. Peter. Alice. Margret. Mary. 
aunor'm 1580, 

* This generation omitted in Harl. 1B05, 



122 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



©ensfiautjl), bulcjo J^tnsljato, of fgensfmto, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 84. Harl. 1505, fo. 87".] 

Amis — Argent, a chevron between three moor-hens Sable. 

Henshangb, Britannice. 
Oldhaugh, Saxonke. 

Henshaw of Henshaw.=j= 



Edward Henshaw= 


pMargaret only d. to 


1 
Randoll Henshaw 2 a 


sonne 


of Henshaw 


Jn° Smith of Old- 


married & hath issue 




died 1580. 


haugh died 1589. 








Edward Tho s Henshaw= 


=Margrett 


1 
W m p'son 


1 
Randall 


1 1 1 
Eliza- 


1 1 
Margaret. 


s.p. Captaine in 


d. to 


of Blake- 


Henshaw 


beth. 


— 


Ireland 1596 


Smith of 


well [Bahe- 


now 


— 


Katherine 


slaine at 


Dublin. 


well] in 


dwelling 


Aliee. 




Blackwater 




1 >arby- 


at Hen- 


— 




14 August 




shire. 


shaw 


Mary. 




1598 [1596]. 






1596. 







f&ocfcenimll, al's ftodmtll, of i^ocimcll patt 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 79. Harl. 1505, fo. 82".] 

Arms. — Anient, an ass's head erased Sable. 

Another Coat. — Argent, an ass's head erased Sable, a canton Gales. 
Crest. — .4 bark's head erased Argent, attired Or, pierced through the nostrils with 
an arrow of the second, barbed and flighted of the first. 

John Hocknell of Hocknell Platt.=r 



John Hocknell of=rMargery d. of John 
Hocknell Piatt. Minshull of Minshull. 



I 
Rich. Hocknelh 

of Dudden. 



=Margery. 



Peter=pAnne 
Hocknell d. to 



Richard. 



of Hock- 
nell platt 
1566. 



Tho s 
Ligh of 
Salop. 



Elizabeth 
vx' Tho" 
Hatton of 
Norley 
yeo: 



Katherine 
vx r W m 
Earding of 
Acton 
yeoman. 



Margery 
vxor .... 
Sherloe of 
Norff. 



Anne. 



John Hocknell of Hocknell=j=Margrett d. to Jn° 



Platt Esq. 1580. 



G rinsdich [ Grimsdich ] . 



Margrctt vs r Jn° Hock- 
nell of Prenton. 



John. Peter. Henry. 



Elizabeth. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



123 



I 
Earnon Bocknell 

of Duddon. 



Anne d. to Rob* Bird mar. to her 3 d =pPiers Bruin 
husband Rob't Whitney of Cole. of Tan-in. 



I 



1. Jane : 

d. to 
W m 

Claiton. 



: Bich. Hock-=2. Jone d. to . . . . 



nell of 

Duddon 
15G6. 



Ive of Canterbury 

widow to ... . 
Brimie [Bruyne]. 



Roger Hocknell Robert Ralfe 

mar. Isabel d. to Whit- Bruine. 

.... Telliar of ney. 
Combermere. 



John. 



Elenor. 



Mararet. 



Katherine. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 79". Harl. 1505, fo. 83.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, an ass's head erased Sable, a crescent for 
rmce. 2. Sable, three crescents Argent. [Gleave.] 3. Argent, on a 

bend Sable three spears' heads of the first. [Prenton.] 
Crest. — .4 buck's head erased Argent, attired Or, pierced through lite nostrils with 

nit arrow Or, feathered of the first, a crescent for difference. 

Arms from seal inscribed S. Will'mi Hole, Plate II., Fig. 12.* 
Thomas Gleyve.=p. . . . d. & heire of ... . Prenton. 



Henry Hocknell.=pAnne. 



Will'm Hocknell=j=Margrett d. to James 
of Prenton. Hnrlston of Chester. 



John Hocknell=j=iIargarett d. to P[efer] 



of Prenton 
Esq r 1566. 



Hocknell of Hocknell 
platfc. 



Robert. 
William. 



Lawrence. 
Rowland. 



John Hocknell ajtatis Henry. Thomas. 
5 anuor'm 1580. 



Katherine. 



Elenor. 



Katherine vx r 



I 



I 



Alice ux r Tho s Anne vx r Roger 



fl'rancis Burges. Coventry. 



Clegg. 



Elizab. vxor W m 
Dodd of Chester. 



* [Above the seal is written] :— Carta Will'mi Hale [IMc] dat. apud Prenton 22 Febr. a 
R. R. 2 post Conquestum 18°. Testib' Rob"t s de Bamvile et aliis. 



124 



THE VISITATION OE CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Jgotoft oi Wait Hawaii 

Arms. Quarterly of eight. — 1. Anient, a cross and bordure both engrailed Sable. 

' 2. Argent, a squirrel sejant Gules. [Horton.] 3. Argent, an eagle Sable, 
preying on an infant [proper], straddled [Gules, banded Or]. [Culcheth._ 

4. Quarterly Argent and Gules, in first quarter a mullet Sable. [Masct._ 

5. Anient, on a bend Sable three covered nips Or [Argent], [Rixton._ 

6. Gules, a Jess between three /aim, is Argent. [Penington.] 7. Argent, on 
a fess Gale's three bezants. [Jennings.] 8. Gules, a bulTs head cabossed 
Anient, armed Or. [Huston.] 

Crest. — A raven with wings elevated, Sable, holding in the dexter claw a sword erect, 
proper. 



Thomas Henley alias Holcroft. : 



Thomas Holcroft Constable 
of Upper Conway s.p. 



John Holcroft.^ 



John Holcroft=p. . . . d. to . . 
of Holcroft. of Westleigh. 



Urmeston 



John Holcroft 
of Holcroft. 



: . . . . d. & coheire to 
llauinett Massy. 



Margrett vx 1 ' James 
Gerard. 



S r John Hol- 
croft of Hol- 
croft in 
Laneash. 



: Anne d. to 
Kalfe 
Stan- 
dish. 



S r Tho. Holcroft 

of Valeroyall in 

Cheshire 

K : Marshall to 

Queene Mary. 



=. . . . d. & heire 
to Nicholas 
Jennins 
Alderman 
of London 



S r Gilbert 
Gerrard. 



W> 



S r Thomas Kadcliff 
Gerard. 2 d Sonne. 



S r John^ 
Hol- 
croft. 



: Doroty 
d. to S r 
Rich. 
Bold. 



Hamuett 
mar. 

Isabell d. 
to Tho s 
Clifton of 
Westby. 



Thomas. 
Henry. 



Tho 5 Hol-^= 
croft of 
Valroyall 
1600. 



Alice vxo 1 ' S r 
Edw. ffitton. 



John. Gregory. Thomas. 



: . . . . sister 


Isabell vxor 


to S r 


Edward 


Edward 


Earle of 


ffitton of 


Rutland. 


Gosworth. 


1 




Elizab. vxo r 




W m CiceU. 




Cicell Lord 




Ros. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



125 



J&olforti of |&j)lfort)u 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 77. Had. 1505, fo. 80 b .] 

Ahms. — Quarterly — 1. Argent, a greyhound pass/ml Sable. 2. Argent, three hulls 
heads cabossed Sable. [Btokelet.] 3. Argent, a chevron between three text 
I"s Sable. [Toft.] 4. Argent, a boar [greyhound?] passant Sable. 

Crest. — A greyhound's head couped Sable. 

Tho s Holford of Holford.=p Alice d. & heire to W m Bulkeley of Bulkcley. 
I 

Will'm Holford.=r 



Thomas Holford.=pMauld d. to W m Bulkley Justice of Chester. 



S r Geors;e=rIsabell d. to Rob't Ligh. Randoll Holford.= 
Holford 
of Hol- 
ford. 



Hunifrey Holford. Richard. 



Robert Holford.=p 
I 

nn r~ n i 

John. Martha. Owen. 
Phillip. 



Humfrey George. Rich. Holford — 

Holford. gent : sewer Bartholme. 

1581. — 

Brian. 



S r John=pMargery d. to Ralfe George. Peter. Arthur Holford=p Anne d. of W m 



Holford. 



Brereton of Iscoid — 
[Ivrid], Rob't. 



of Davenham 
2 cl son. 



Bostock of 
Bostock. 



1 . Mai"ret=rThomas Hol-=f 2. Jane d. to John. Xpofer maried Margaret d. to 



d. to 
Butler of 
Bewsy. 



ford 1566. 



S r W m Booth 
of Dunham 



T: Daniell of Tabley. 
Christopher. 



1 Anne d.=pXpofer Holford=f 2. Elizab. d. George. EUin vx r Jn» Carrington. 
toHudi of Holford bo S r Randoll — — . 

1580. Mamvaring John. Doroty vxo r Jn° Brian 

of Peever. [Bruin] of Stapleford. 



Dutton. 



Tho 8 , John & Anne 
died young. 



Mary vx r S r Hugh 
Cholmley. 



Elizab. vxor C. Mamvar- 
ing of Croxton. 



126 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



A| 



W m John Holford=f=Katherine d. to Peter. Katherine vxo r Tho s Elizabeth. 



s.p. of Dave'ham 
1580. 



Rich. Hussey of 
Shropshire. 



Leftwich of Left- 
wich. 



W ra s.p. George now maried=Elizab. d. of Tho s Peter. Elizabeth. Katherine. 
1580. Redish. 



ifdme oi Cotitititejton* 

[Had. 1424, fo. 80\] 

Arms. — Quarterly of four. — 1. Barry of eight Or and Azure, on a canton Argent, a 
chaplet Gules. 2. Argent, a chevron Azure within a bordure engrailed Sable. 
[Holme.] 3. Gules, a cross engrailed Argent, a canton Or, charged with a 
plain cross Sable. 4. Or, three cocks Gules. Over the whole a crescent for 
difference. 

Crest. — A lions head couped Or, crowned with a cap of maintenance Azure, turned 
tip Ermine. 



Holme of Holme=p 
in Lancashire. 



Hugh Caveley .=pChristian d. & heire 



of ... . Cottingham. 



.... 'W m Holme=p. . . . d. to 
Holme 2 A son. .... 

sonue Ricott of 

& heire. Lymni. 



Rob't=pDoroty S r George 



. vx r 



Massy 
of Cod- 
dington. 



Caveley. Caveley. Ligh of Baguly. 

Alice vx r Pic. 
Cliff. 



Hugh Holme of Tilston. : 



: Elizabeth Massy. Roger Massy .^Elizabeth. 

I 
John Massy.=p 



Thomas Massy. 



Robert eldest son 
a Clark. 



Hugh Holme of Coddington=pElizab. d. to Ralfe Boston of 



sword-bearer of Chester liv- 
ing 156G. 



Norcroft. 



Tho s Holme of Coddington- 
sword-bearer of Chester 
1580 died shortly after. 



: Jane d. to Jn° 
Brereton of 
Eccleston. 



I 
Anne vxor . 
Birchley of 
Chester. 



Katherine vxor 
Adam Johnson 
of Chester. 



W m Holme nat 8 1580. 



T1IE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 127 



I III 

Tho 8 Holme=i=Alice d. to Jn° New- George Maud vxor John Katherine vxor 

of London man widow to Myles 4 th son. Bostock of Arthur Richardson 

3 d son. Tasker, Churton. of Shropsh. 



Mathew. Hugh. Thomas. Peter. Elizabeth. Katherine vxor Jesper Swift 

Sergeant of the Admiraltie. 



Gerrett Swift. Elizab. Katherine. Jane. Anno. 



Norton of J&otolc* 

[Harl. 1121, fo. 83". Had. 1505, lb. 87.] 

Arms. — Sable, a buck's head cabossed Argent, ait/red Or, a crescent for difference. 

John Horton of Howie 2 d sonne=f=Anne d. to . . . . Starky 



to Horton of Tatton. 



of Nantwich. 



Roger Horton.=T=Margrett d. to Rafe Hassall of Hankylowe. 



Rale Horton of Howie 1580.=rEllin d. to W m Massy of Denfeld. John. Randoll. 



John Horton. Richard. Railand [^Rowland]. Margrett. Elizabeth. 



J^mtijl) of ^cicjljton & of CJjornton IjoucjIk 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 83. Harl. 1505, fo. 86*.] 

Aims. — Argent, a land Salle. 

Another Coat. — Quarterly — l and x. Argent, a bend between two wolves' heads 
erased Sable. 2 and 3. Argent, a chevron Gules between three text T's Sable. 

Christopher Hough of Thornton=pMargery d. to David de 



hough in Werrall. 



Mallpas. 



Thomas Hongh.=p. ... d. to ... . Damport of Damport. 



128 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



d. to . . . . Poole.=f=Richard Hongh.=. ... d. to ... . Glegg of Gaiton. 

I 

Thomas Hough.=p. ... d. to ... . Gravenor of Eaton. 



1. Christian d.=pRich. Hough =2. Margrett Anne vx r S'' 



toS r J. [d'eon/e'] 
Caveley [GaJve- 
le-y]. 



of Leighton d. to James [Rir.h.J 
in Werrall. Hiirleston. Ligh of 

High Ligh. 



Elizab. vx r James Mar- 
bury of Marbury. 

Margrett vx r John 
Minshull of Minshull. 



W m Hough=Jane base d. to Tho. Hough=pElizab. base d. Henry. Anthony. 



of Leigh- 
tori. 



Tho 8 Cromwell 
Earle of Essex. 



of Thornton 
Hough. 



to Richard 
Wilbram. 



John. 



Thomas Hough. Richard. Henry. Margery. 



flf \\\%t of jWatibcrp. 

[Harl. 1-124, fo. 80.] 

Aems. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, three piles, one issuant from chief and two 
from base. Sable. 2 and 3. Gules, a cross patonce between four swans (sans 
legs) Argent. [Cambridge.] 

Crest. — A buck's head cowped proper, attired Sable, gorged with a chaplet Vert. 



John Hulse of Marbery.= 



Thomas Hulse.=f= 



Robert Hulse.=p. . . . d. & coheire to 



Cambridge. 



Thomas Hulse. : 



d. to Phillip Ligh of Norbury Bowes. 



Phillip Hulse=j=Margery d. Will'in 



.„i 



of Merbury 
1566. 



to Rob't son. 
Corbett of 
Hatherton. W m son. 



Henry 3 d son. Walter Rafe Parnell. 
4 th son. s.p. — 

| Elizabeth, 

divers Mary, 

daughters. 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 



129 



A|_ 



l. Alice d. & co-=i=Tho. Hulse=p2. Margaret John. Katherin vxor Margaret, 
heire to Gefferie of Marbery I d. to Tim. James Chet- 

Einton of Hin- & Astley Cotton of Phillip, wood of Rees. 
ton. Esq 1 1580. Whitchurch. 



John. Thomas. Margery. Amy. 
George. Margrett. 



Hugh. Robert. Elenor. [sabel. 



i^itrlston of Chester* 

[•Harl. 1424, fo. 78. Harl. 1505, fo. 81''.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a cross of four Ermine spots Sable, the //rails 
meeting in the centre point. 2. Argent, two bends engrailed Sable, the lower 
one eoaped at the upper end. [Wagstaff.] 3. Argent,a chevron between three 
cross-bows Sable. [Hurlston.] Over all four a crescent for difference. 

Crest. — A //oat's head erased Argent, attired Or, charged on the neck with a cross of 
Ermine spots, as in the Arms. 



James Hurlton alias Hurlston of Chester discended of a=p 
2' 1 brother of y e house of Hurlton in Lane. 



Henry s.p. Thomas Hurlton.=p. ... d. to ... . Lilly. Roger s.p. 



James Hurlston [Hurlton of C%fis/er].=pMargery d. to John Dodd of Chorley. 



Roger Hurlston of Chester 1566.=f=Ellin d. to W m Mere of Mere. 



Re 



James. Will'm. 



Katherine vx r Tho 8 Whitmore Juliane. 

& after to Ralfe Bostock. 



130 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



urlton, al's Periston, of -guton, 

[Had. 1424, fo. 77''. Harl. 1505, fo. 81.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a cross of four Ermine spots (the heads meeting 
in the centre point) Sable. 2. Argent, two Vends em/railed Sable, the lower 
one couped at the upper end. [Wagstaff.] 3. Argent, a chevron between three 
cross-bows Sable. [Hurlston.] 

1. Crest. — A goat's head erased Argent, armed Or, charged on the neck with a cross 

of Ermine spots, as in the Arms. 

2. Crest. — A cross-bow erect proper, the slock Or. 

3. Crest. — An Ermine passant. 

John Hnrlton of Hurlton=p 
in com. Lane, t'pe E. 1. 



William Hurlton.=p 



Nicolas Hurlton. =i=Elenor* d. to . . . . Chisnall of Lane. 



I 
Bobert-i-. . . . d. to 



Hugh.=p Gilbert, 



Hurlston. 



Skarbrigg [Skarsbrigg"\. 



William/ 



James.=F 



Humfrey=j=Isabell d. to 



Hurlton. 



S r Thomas Poole 
of Werrall. 



Randoll Hurlton. 



Alice vxor Tho s Marsh. 



Thomas =pElizab. d. to Adam Maud vx r . . . 



Hurlton. 



Birkenhed. 



Rush ton of Lane. 



Alice vxor Peter 
ffarrington of Lane. 



I I I I I I ! 

Rich. Hurlton=j=Elizab. d. to James Renold. Anue vx r Alice vx r Rich. Ellin, 

of Hurlton in Shawcrosse of — .... Nuthall of 

Lane. & of Manchester. Robart. Cocker Cattenhall. 

Picton in — of Stret- 



Chesh. 
living 15Cfi. 



Hugh. hill. 



John Hurlton. Rowland. Humfry. Will'm. Thorn'. Elizabeth. Mawd. 



Haii. 1505 makes Elenor Chisnall to be wife of W m Hurlton, and omits Nicolas altogether. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



131 



uvlep of Jc>ttitoalL 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 82 1 '. Harl. 1505, fo. 86.] 

Arms. — Ermine, on a Imid cotised Gules three crescents Or. 

Crest. — A demi-lion rampant [Ermine'], ducally crowned [Or], and holding in the 
pairs a crescent [of the last]. 

Richard Huxley [o/ 1 #>/%]. =flsabell d. of . . . . Prestland of Prestland. 



James IIuxley^fKatherine d. to Richard Rob't Richard 
of Huxley. Vernon of Clutton. s.p. s.p. 



I 



Rafe Huxley of=j=Katherine d. to Jn° Richard. John. Kathe- Ellin. Doroty. 
Sidwall 1580. Bostock of Barton. rine. 



Rafe tetatis 10 anuor'm 1580. Henry. Thomas. James. Elizabeth. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 82. Harl. 1505, fo. 85 b .] 

Arms. — Azure, a chevron between three lozenges Or. 
Crest. — An eagle with /rings expanded Sable, beaked Or. 



Hamnett Hyde of Norbury.= 



Thomas Hyde of Norbury.=j= . . . . d. to 



Kinaston of Darbyshire. 



1. Margrett d. to^ 

. . . . Holland of 
Denton. 


=Robert= 
Hide. 


- 



Hamon=pMargrett John. 



Hyde. 



d. to Lawr. 

Warren of 
Poyntou. 



Rob't: 
Hyde. 



. . . . d. to . . . . Giles Hide of Hoptou Waffers in 
Boydell of Com. Salop married Alice d. & heirc 

Pulcroft. to George Pleyley of Hopton. 



Anne 

vxo r 

Jn° 



1. Mary d. to=pLawrence B.jc\c^[An?ie d. 



W m Hartgill of Gussage 
of Culmins?- S l Michell 



Arderne. toninSomer- 
setsh. 



3' 1 sonne. 



to Nico' 

Sibell of 

Farning- 

ham in 
Kent.] 



: Jone d. to W m Damport John, 

of Bromhall. 



I . ! I 

Rob t. Henry. Jone. 



132 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Hamon. Thomas. Ellin vxo r Anne vxor Doroty 

— — .... Jn° vx r W m 
William. Eichard. Umvin Highani of Damport 

— of Suff. Higham. of Wood- 
Edward. Randall, ford. 



Bob't=j=Beatrix 


Hide 


d. to S r 


of 


W m Calve- 


Nor- 

bury. 


ley of 

Yorke- 

shire. 




1 
Hamou retatis 


17 annor'm 




i;,s(i. 



Eobert. Elizabeth. Margrett. Anne. 
Thomas. Alice. Beatrix. Mary. 



&aunctlinc cilim famtlta nunc rjrtincta. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 91'\] 

Asms.— Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, on a fess Sable, three mullets of the field, 
pierced of the second. 2. Vert, a cross engrailed Ermine. [Kixksley.] 3. 
Argent, a buglehorn, stringed Sable, in dexter chief a cinqmfoil. [Kingsley's 
Forester's Coat.] 

Sighard s .=p 



Richard de Launcelin.=j=Mabell. 



W m Launcelin s.p. Eobert Launcelhv 



Robert Launcelin. =p 



W" 1 Launcelin of Pulton in the fcyme of Guncelin s =f=Agnes da. & coheire to 
Badlesmere Justice of Chester. Eichard de Kingesly. 



William Launcelin. : 



Eichard Launcelin. =p 



Henry Lancelin.=p 
I 



Eich. Lancelin under age A 31 E. 3. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



133 



3Latoton oi SLatotom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 85.] 

A i; \is. — Argent, on a fess between three cross-croslets fitche Sable, a cinguefoil of the 

first, pierced of the second. 
Crest. — A demi-w If salient regardant Argent, vulned in the bad Gules, and 
licking the wound. 

These Amies and Creast were granted by Robert Cook, Clareneieulx by 1'res 
pafcenfces Dated 1-1 R. Elizab. 1572. 

John Madock. 



^Y m Madock. Beikin Bames.=f Isabel Madock.=pHugh de Lawton 2' 1 husband. 
I 1 



Isabel! ux r 
Dodd. 



.... vxor .... John died before Hugh de Lawton 
Shelton. his father. died s.p. 



John Lawton Ric. Lawton to whom discended the Inheritance 
s.p. of Isabell his grandmother. 

J 



Agnes. 



James Lawton of Lawton.=pElenor d 

1 


to ... . More of Hollowheath in Cheshire. 


1 
W" 1 Lawton=p Katherine d. to Tho a 


1 
.... vx r 


1 

George 


. vx r John Slade 


of Lawton. 


Bellott of Morton. 


Bartram of Bar- of Bredihurst. 






leston. 






1. Anne d.=, 


1 

John Law-=p2. Margaret 


1 1 

Augustin 


1 1 

. "\\ erburgh 


1 1 
Katnerin vxor 


to Rob't ton of 


d. to flfoulk 


— 


vxor John 


Rich. Davis of 


Corbett of Church 


Button of 


Ambrose. 


Horton & 


mintshire. 


Hatherton Lawton 


Chester. 




after to . . . 


— 


s.p. 1580. 






Pulford. 

Eva vxor 

Geffrey 

Rowley. 


Doroty vx r 
Rob't Cooke of 
Clements Innc. 



W™ La\vton=Mary d. & heire to Rob't. Thomas. Margaret vxor John Yardley 
of Lawton. George Wood of of Yardley in Com. Staff. 

Batterley, Staff. John. 



134 THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 06". Harl. 1505, fo. 100.] 

This was collected by M r John Woodnett out of the evidences of M r Lea of 
Cheshire. 

Ran'. 

I 

Adam. 

I 
Robert de Lee.=F 



Thomas Lee 1321.=pAinicia. 



Richard Lee 1327.=rEllin. 



This was sett downe by Clar' Lee sed min' Credendum. 
John Lee of Lee in parochia de Wibumbury=plsabell d. to . . . 



now called Widonbury. 



Dutton of Dutton. 



John Lee of Lee.=pElizab. d. to S r Tho s ffoulshurst. 



Thomas Lee of Lee.=pAliee d. to S' John Aston. 



John Lee of Lee.=j=Margery Hocknell. 



Thomas Lee of Lee.=FWenefrid Cotton. 



I I 

John Lee of Lee.=pJoane. 



Rob't Lee of Lee 23 H. 6. ^Margery d. & heire of ... . Weever. 



1. Elizab. d. to Rich.^pRichard Lee of Lee=p2. Lettice d. to Edm. John Lee 



Massy del Hough. 



18 E. 4. 



Griffin of Barderton. 2 d son. 



John Lee=f= Agnes d. to Rob't parson of Cor- Lawrence 3 d Rob't Lee 



of Lee 2 
H. 7. 

A 



Humfrey nett in Suff. obijt son obijt 

Mainwaring. 1562. 1564. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



135 



A| 



Ro I >' i Lee of Le 



. d. to 



Minshull of Hulgreve. 



Henry Lee. 



Tin iinns Lee now at Inspruck in Tirroil. 
Arms. — Arg. a chev. engr. bclu-. 3 leopards 1 faces Sa. 



1. Margery d. to Rich.=pRichard Lee=Alice d. to 



Heywood of Stonylow 
in Stall'. 



of Lee. 



Rich. Cliff. 

(>f Huxlev. 



Margery ux r Lawrence 
"Woodnett. 

George. 



Rich. Lee of=pElizab. d. to . . . . Oopinger Lawrence. Edmund. Divers 



Lee 159G. 



of Buxhill. 



William. 



daughters 



Henry. 



John Lee of Aston 2 a sonne.=p. ... d. to ... . Bagott. 



W m Lee of Aston.=f=Maud d. A heire to S r Jn° Cheney widow 
to W a Chohnondley. 



I 

S r James Lee of Aston.- 
Aiors. — Sable, a scythe Arum I. 



Ellin d. & heire vx r S r Hurnfry Stanley of the Pype. 



W m Lee of Essex of whom the L : Darcy is discended. Henry Lee of Aston in 
A\ Staff 4 th son. 



John Lee : 
of Aston. 



Roger Lee of Richard, ffrances. Benett. Anthony Lee- 
Lichfeld had of Stafford. 

4 wives & died Aims. — Arg.,a 

s. prole. /esse letw. 8 

crescents Sa. 



Henry. Thomas Lee=pElizab. d. to Tho s Bleston Beatrix. Anthony=j= 



of London 



[Rolestori] of Swarston in 
Darbysh. 



Lee. 



Tho s Lee of Clottertcottck Alice vxo r Roger Lee who did=pElenor d. to 
[Clottertrothb'] in Com. W m Watson inherit his great John Bull of 

Oxon s. prole. of London. uncle Roger Leigh t Sheldon in Com. 

of Lichfeild. Warwick. 

n i 



136 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



John Lee=pJane d. Kich. Lee (alias) Elizab. vx r . . 

of Winch- to.... Clarencioulx "Witlmall and 

comb. Hurst King' of Amies after to ... . 

of Ox- obij't 1597. Colly. 

fordsh. 



Emmanuell. 



ffrances 2 l1 sonne. 



Alice uxor Hugh 
Aston after to . . . 
Wiudlow. 

Ellin vx r Thomas 
Walpole of Tame 
Parke. 



Benett Lee of Quarindon in com.=pElizab. d. to . . . . Wood ffrances 6 th sonne. 



Buckino-harn 5"' sonne. 



de Warwick. 



I 



Rich. Lee of Quarindon.=f=Anne d. & heire to W m Saunders. 
I 



S r Robert Lee of Qnarindon.=pLettice Peniston widow to Rob't Knowles. 



S r Anthony Lee of Quariudon.=p. . . . sister to S r Thomas Wyatt. 
S r Henry Lee of Quarindon Knight of the Garter 1597. 



%m\) oi Catoartren, al's Carton. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 92.] 

Amis. — Ermine, on a chief indented Gules three ducal coronets Or, a crescent on a 

crescent for difference. 
Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Or a cubit arm erect proper, grasping a snake entwined 

of the first, a crescent on a crescent for difference. 



John Leech of Carden.=pMargrett d. to George Manwaring of Ightfeld. 



Henry =i=Margery d. to John George Leech=pAlice d. to 



Leech 
of Car- 
den. 

A 



Wilston or 

Wilson 

yeoman. 



Leech 
s.p. 



Alderman of 
Chester. 



John 

Dutton of 
Hellesby. 



William 
Leech. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



137 



I 

John =f Jane d. 



Leech 
of Car- 

drll. 



to Rob't 
Hit i mi of 
Carden. 



3Lrrd) of CMjrstrr. b 



W B Leech=. . . . d. 

ofChester. to ... . 

Cluid of 

Weill. 



John=pVr8ula d. to 



Leech. 



Manwaring of 
Iehtfeld. 



Rob't Leeoh=i=Anne d. to 

I >i ctor of 

the Law in 

Chester 

1580. 



Charles. Anne. 



Thomas 
J n" Webster Leech. 
Alderman of 
< Ihester. 



Edward 18 

annor'm 

1580. 



I I 

Rnliii't. 

William. 



Anne. 



John. 



[Had. 1424, fo. 92".] 

Arms. — Quarterly — l and I. Ermine, on a chief indented Gules an annulet between 
two ducal coronets Or. 2. Azure, on a bend engrailed Argent three daws 
Sable. Dawson.] :!. Quarterly — l and 4. [!'"/' a cross engrailed Erm ne, 
a mullet for difference. [Wettenhall.] 2 and 3. [_Verf\ a bend Ermine, a 
mullet for difference. [Wettenhall, ancient.] 

Crest. — Out of a ducalcoronet Or a cubit arm erect proper, the hand grasping a 
entwined of the first, an annulet for difference. 



David Leech. =p 



.... Dawson=p 
of Nantwich. 



. d. & heire of 
. Wetnall. 



I 



John Leech of Nantwich.=p. 



d. & heire of . 



Dawson. 



John Leech=pMargery d. to 



of Nant- 
wich. 



Hugh Starky 

of Olton. 



Elizab. vx 1 ' 
W m Wet- 
nall. • 



Jane vx r W" 
( tnneshaw of 
London. 



Wenefrid vx r 
W m Bagnoll 

of Nantwich. 



John Leech of Nantwich. =pAnne d. to Humfrey Manwaring of Nantwich. 



John Leech. 



I 

Anne. 



Alice. 



138 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 03.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Azure, a fess Gules between three fleurs-de-lis Or. 

■2. Azure, a garb Or. [Grosvexoii.] 3. Sable, a cross patonce Argent. 

[Quarterly Argent and Sable, a cross patonce counterchanged. Eton.] 
Crest. — A dragons head erased Vert. 

Nico' Lecester of Nether Tabley .=p 



Roger.=p Agnes d. to Geffeiy Dutton. 
John Lecester of Nether Tabley.=p 



William. =p 



John Lecester of Tabley .- 



John Lecesfcer=f=Margery cl. to John Alice vxo 1 ' Rich, son & heire 

of Tabley. Leigh of High Leigh. to Jn° Leigh of High Leigh. 

Thomas Lecester=pMargcry d. & coheire to Rob't 
of Nether Tabley. Grosvenor of Holme. 



John Lester of Tabley.— Alice d. to Henry Henshaw of Womslow. 



Piers Lecester=r Alice d. to James. Elizabeth Jane vxor Isabell vxor 



of Tabley. 



S r Jn° — vxor W m Hugh John Ogles 

Holford. Lawrence. Swinton. Newton. of Lane. 



Piers=pElizab. d. & Adam. Alice vxor Eliza- Margretl Ellin. 

Leces- heire to Edm'd — GefF] both. vxor Eic. — 

ter of Colwich of Col- William. Brereton Birkenhed Parnell. 

Tab- wichinStaflT. of Tat ton. ofMouley. 
ley. 

~r ~r — i 1 

Piers Lecester Alice vxor George Elizabeth. Katherine. 

of Tabley. Lecester of Toft. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, L580. 



]39 



ZLtttxttx of Coft 

[Hurl. 1424, fo. 93 b .] 



>- 



Aiims. — Quarterly of twelve. — 1. Azure, a fess Gules, fretty Or, between three fleurs- 
de-lis of the last. 2. Sable, a buck, lodged Argent. [Dowites.] 3. Azure, 
six bezants, 3, 2, and 1, on a chief Or a demi-lion issuant Gules. [Molyns ?] 
4. Argent, two chevrons Gules, on a canton of the second a cross-crush! fttche 
Or. [Mobberley.] 5. Argent, a chevron betwi en three text Ts Sable. [Toft.] 
6. Anient, three boars' heads erased and erect Sable, a crescent for difference. 
[Booth.] 7. Quarter/// Gules and Or, in thefirst quarter a lion passant Argent. 
[MASSY.] 8. Per chevron iurecleil (,'ulex anil Or. in chief Urn mullets Argent, 
in base a cock of the first. [Heath ?] 9. Sable, fretty Argent, a label of 
three points Or. [Harington.] 10. Sable, three lions passant in pale Argent. 
[ENGLISH.] 11. Argent, on a bend Sable three lozenges of the field, each 
charged with a salt ire Gules. [Urswiok.] 12. Sable, a lion rampant Argent, 
charged on shoulder with a chessrook Gules. [Verdon.] 

Crest. — A goal passant per pale Or and Gules, homed Gold, holding in the mouth 
an acorn of the first, slipped and leaved proper. 

ffoft. 

Horntoft Lord of Toft al's Home the hunter. 

Arms. — Argent, a chevron between three text T's Sable. 

Benedict.=p 



Walter de Toft 1284 =j= 



Rafe Lecester.=f= 
Aems. — Azure, a fess Gules, fretty Or, 
between three fleurs-de-lis of the last. 



Roger de Toft.=f d. to Tho s 

Weever. 



Roger Lecester=pJoice d. & heire to Hugh de Toft.=pff'elice d. to Tho s 



au° 1303. 



Roger Downes. 



Dunstable. 



Nico' Lecester=pMary d. & coheire to Hugh Toft. : 



an" 1318. 



S 1 W m Modberley. 



Rafe Lecester.=p. ... d. to Samon Grene. Robert Toft.= 



Rafe de Lecester.=pCicelcy d. & heire to Rob't Toft. 
I 

Rafe Lecester.=pJane d. & heire to Ralfe Bowthe. 
I 



John Lccester of Toft.=j=. ... d. to ... . Leigh of Adlington. 



140 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 
A| 



Ralfe Lecester of Toft.=pA<?nes d. to . . . . Radcliflfe of Wordsall. 



.... vx r Robert Langton 
of the Low. 



Jane vx 1 ' Rob't Acres 
of Lancashire. 



Phillipp. Geoffrey. 



Harrington. 

S r John Harrington brother to the Lord Harrington. 
Arms. — Sable, fretty Argent, a label of three points Or. 



S r W m: 
Harring- 
ton. 



=Margrett d. 

& coheire to 
S r Rob't Xevill 
of Hornby. 



S 1 ' Nico' Harring- 
ton of Wolfrige in 

Com. Northamp- 
ton. 



. . . d. & heire of ... . English. 
Amis. — Sable, three lions pas- 
sant in pale Argent. 



S 1 ' Tho s Harrington =pEliza- 
Blayne at Wakefield i beth. 
1461. 



S r James=j=. . . . d. & heire of . . . . Urswike. 
Hairing- : Arms. — Argent, on a bend Sable 
ton. three lozenges of the first, each 

charged with a saltire Gules. 



S 1 ' John Harring- 
ton slaine with his 
father 1461 mar. 
Maud d. to John 
Lord Clifford. 



S r James 
attainted 
1 II. 7. 



S 1 ' Rob't 
Harring- 
ton. 



S r Richard=F. . . . d. & heire of . 



Harring- 
ton. 



Verdone. 

Arms. — Sable, a lion 
rampant Argent, charged 
on the shoulder with a 
chessrook Gules. 



Blizab. vx r 
John Stanley 
a iter to 
Richard 
Beamond. 



Anne vx'' 
Edw. 
Stanley 
Lord Mount- 
eagle. 



John 
s.p. 



S 1 ' James Har- 
rington Deane 
of Yorke sine 
prole. 



S 1 ' William=p. . . . d. & 
Hairing- coheire to 
ton. ! S r John 

Pilken- 

ton. 



S 1 ' James Harrington .=pAnne d. to Alexander Radcliff of Wordsall. 







1 








1. Anne 


2. Alice 


1 
3. Isabel 


4. Katherin 


1 

5. Clemence 


1 
6. Ellin vxor 


vx 1 ' S 1 ' W m 


vxor S' 


vxor Jn° 


vx 1 W m Mir- 


vxor Henry 


Ralfe Stan- 


Stanley of 


Richard 


Tresham 


feld of 


Norrys of 


dish of Stan- 


Hootonin 


Hough- 


of North- 


Yorksh. 


Sneak in 


dish in Lan- 


Cheshire. 


ton of 


ampton- 


after to S r 


Lancashire. 


cashire. 




Lanca- 


shire. 


Tho 5 Barrow 








shire. 




both s.p. 







John Lecester=pElenor 9"' d. 



of Toft. 



& coheire to 
S 1 ' James 
Harrington. 



7. Margrett 
vx r Tho" 
Pilkenton 
of Lane. 



8. Jenett vx r 
Edm'd Ash- 
to u of 

Chatterton. 



10. Elizabeth vxor 
John Lumley of 
Northamptonshire. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 141 

B| 

Ralfe Lecester of Toft.=FElenor d. to Rafe Egerton. 



Ellin d. to Phillip=pS r RalfY' Lecester=2. Jane d. to 8 r Hugh Calveley widdow 
Leigh of Bouthes. of Toft 1566. to John Edwards of ( !hirke. 



W™ Lecester— Katherine d. Lawreuce Elizabeth vx r Anne vxor Jane vx r 

of Toft to John Lecester. Randoll Man- Phillip Rob't 

A 1580. Edwards waring & after Manwaring Langton of 

of Chirk. to Edm'd of Peever. the Low. 

Tra fiord. 



I I II I I I 

Rafe natns ante nuptias S r 6eorge=Alice d. to Jane. Parnell. Mary, 
disinherited by his father Lecester Piers — — 

retat. 17 annor'm 1580. of Toft Lecester Ellin. Anne. 

1599. of Table v. 



iUctstcr of Sitorlcston, 

[Harl. 1421, fo. 'Ji". Harl. 1505, fo. 1)8.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Azure, on a fess Qules letween three fleurs-de-lis Or, 

an annulet for difference Argent. _' and 8. Azure, a lion rampant Argent. 
[Crewe.] 
Crest. — A fleur-de-lis per pale Or and Azure. 

Randoll Lecester of Worleston a=plsabel d. & heire to David 



younger br. of Tabley. 



Crew of Pulcroft. 



Thom s Lecester of Worleston.=pCiceley d. to Thomas Owsinger of Owsinger. 

Randoll Lecester.^Anne d. to Ju° ffoulshurst a younger brother of Crew. 

Henry Lecester of=j=Maud d. to James Ciceley vx r Rob't Katherine vx r Rafe 

Worleston. Huxley of Briudley. Highfeld. Croxton. 



Tho" Lecester of=. . . . d. to George= Alice sister William. Ralfe. Anne. 

Worleston mar. to S 1 ' Tho. Lecester to Henry — 

his 2'' wife .... Lodge ofLon- Parvish of Richard. 

d. to . . . . Wright Maior of don. London. — 

of Nantwich. London. Randoll. 



142 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



iUfttotclj oi iUmmcin 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 96.] 

Arms. — Quarter!// — 1 and 4. Argent, an escocheon voided within an orU of martlets 
Sable, within the escocheon a cross pattee Gules. 2. Or, a fess Azure. 3. 
Quarterl// Or and Gules, a bendlet Sable. 

Crest. — A still proper, charged with a cross pattee Gules. 

S r Rich. Winington of Winington 22 R. 2=p 



Rob't Winington of Hugh Winington Rich. Winington : 

whome y e Warburfcons of Hermitage. of Leftwich. 

are descended. 

Rob't Winington al's Leftwich.== 



. d. & heire of 
. Leftwich. 



Rob't de Leftwich. ; 



! 
Rob't de Leftwich. =p 



Richard Leftwich.=j=Margrett Marbury. 



Rich. Leftwich of Wincham= 
eldest son. 

igarcourt of JLEtmcijam. 



George Leftwich=f=Alice d. to Rich. Cope of 
i if Leftwich. Harford in Com. Cestrice. 



2. W m Harcourt 5 u '=pMargrctt=f=l. Thomas Tho s Lef twich=pKatherin d. to 



son to John Harcourt 
of Raunton in com. 
Staff. 



d. & 

heire. 



Woodruff. 



of Leftwich 
1566. 



Richard. Jn° Harcourt Tho s . Brigett. Elizabeth. 

— of Wincham. 

Thomas. 



Arthur Holford 
of Davenham. 



Rate Lcftwich= 
of Leftwich 
1580. 


=Elenor d. to Jn° William. Elizab. vx r Richard 
Manwaring of Weever of Aston. 
Calveley. 


1 1 
Margarett. 

Jane. 


1 d. to . 

Leigh of Ridge 




I 1 

=Rob't setatis 14=2 d. to . . . . Thomas 

annor'm 1580. Damport of Dam- 
port, Rafe. 


1 
William 


Eleno 


r. 


1 
Elizabeth. 





THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 143 

£<$ tie Wlcstfjall 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 85" and 86.] 

OUT OF THE CHARTERS OF RICHARD SON OF RICHARD LIGH OF HIGH 
LIGH OF THE WESTHALL, ESQUIRE. 

An Indenture of Covenant of Marriage betweene S r \V m Bouth Knight on the one part. And 
Rich. Leigh of Leigh on the otheT part, wherein the Baid Richard granteth that Tho" his on & 
heire shall marrie Dower daughter to the said S r W". Dat. 3 d December 1 161. 

An Indenture of Covenant for Marriage lietweenc John Leigh the son of Richard Leigh on 
the one part, And John Lecester the son of W* Lecester on the other partie, wherein the said 
John Legb ;ranteth thai Richard his son and heire shall marrie Alice daughter to the aforesaid 
John Lecester. Dat. 20 H. 6. 

An Indenture of Covenant for Marriage betweene Tho' Leigh of High Lig!i esq. on the one 
partie. and Geffrey Bedell "I Pulcroft on the other pari. Wit nesseth that where Richard Legh 
son and heire of the said Thomas hath lawfully married Beatrix d. of the said Geffrey : the said 
parties agreed. A° 3 H. 7. 

An Indenture of Covenant for Marriage betweene Tho' Ligh of High Ligh in Com. Cestr' 
Esq. on the one partie, and Rafe Davenport of Davenport Esq. on the other p'tie. wherein it is 
by the said Thomas that Ric in and heire? apparent shall take to wife Rose d. of 

the said Rafe before the ffeast of the Nativity of our Lady next. Dat. an 20 II. 7. 

An Indenture of Covenant of Marriage betweene Rich. Ligh of High Ligh Cosin and heire 
apparent of Thomas Leigh of High Ligh in Com. < lestr' esq. on the one part, and Jane late wife 
to Rafe Ligh Esq. on the other party, wherein it is agreed vnto by the said Richard and Jane 
that Tho' Leigh son and heire apparent of the said Richard, shall take to wife Katherine d. of 
the said Jane and one of the heire, of the said Rafe Ligh before the Assumption of our Lady 
next & if &c. Dat. 1 H. 8. 

Dispensatio Papalis pro matrimonio contrahendo inter Ric'm de Legh et Matildam de Massy. 
Dat. A" Domini 1375 A" s. Papae Gregorij. 

1.1: iitera Facta inter Joh 'em tilium Ric'i de Legh et Johannam vxorem meant ex vna et 

Joh'em fili' Rad'i de Davenporl ex altera. Testatur quod nos pnedietos Joh'em fili' Ric'o et 

i vxorem meam dedisse idicto Joh'i Glio Had'i omnia ilia Messuagia & terras q'd nos 

Joh'es til' Ric'i et Johan'a habem" no'is dotis me p'dict' Joh'e in Villis <le Willington &c. 

Dat. an" 7 II. 6. 

An Indenture made An'o 16 E. 1 where it is agreed by Margery late the wife of James 
Astley & others that a so me of money shall bee paid at a certen day to Rich. Legh at his Manner 
of Legh on the behalfe of the said Margery. 

Sciani &c. quod ego Ric'us fili'WiU'mi de Legh Dedi Eitropio Alio Etropi de Millington 
cum filia mea Margeria in Libro maritngio partem meam nemoris (pie vocatur Birechinuehewod. 
Venables, AUano de Tatton, Rob'to de Tabley, Tho. de Tabley, Will'mo de 
Adam de Legh, &c. 

Omnibus &c. Rob't' de Montealto senescallus Cestrise Sal'tem Noveritis me concessisse 

Gilberto G < ton q l ego nee haeredes mei nihil exiquert vol vendieare 

in llie h de Legh de Sudbroc. Vnde idem Eitrop' Cartam suam habet &c. 

' a i de Dumvile, Patricio de Haselwall, Patricio deWeston, 

is et Militibus, Will'mo de Banbury, Alexandre de Lime. Will'mo de Haurden, Joh'em 
" ris, Richardo de Coventree. 

i an.a Rad'i de Haurichin in qua dat terras in Legh, Joh'e fratre suo. Will'm de Venables. 
Testil".is WiU'mus de Venal: 

Will'm's de Venables.^Agnes Legh. 



Thomas Legh de Hegh Legh. Joh'es Legh del Bouthes. Radulphus de Hanrichin. 

Omnibus &c. Godfred' de la Lawc. Saltern, noverint vniv r sa v'ra me dedisse et concessisse 
Ric'o de Londonys, in libro maritagio cum llauisa filia mea, tota' medietatem terras mea? de la 
Lawe quam tenuit de Ric'o de Lega hsered' W'mj fili j Hamonis. Scilicet ilia' medietatem terrae 



144 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

mese de la Lawe, quam Ric'us fili s W'mj ct Will'm's fili* W'nrj tennerunt. Et totam medietatem 
terra; me8e de Aldeton quam tenui de Kic'o de Kingesley, filis et herede, Rand'i de Kingesley &c. 
Testib" Phillippo de Orreby tunc Justiciario Cestria;, Jacorno de Hellesby, Eob'to Grossevenatore 
&c. 

Omnibus xp'i fldelibus &c. Thomas Alius Thomse de Legb. Salutem. Noveritis remisisse 
Eanulpbo filio Joh'is de Olton et hasredibus suis, tota' Jus & Clam'en quod habui in quatuor 
solis datis reddibus in quo redditus R'm mihi tenebatur p' annum pro' terra que de me tenet in 
villa qua; vocatur Le Lowe. Ita quod &c. Dat. apud Chester An 10 E. 3. 

Hanxm de Legh.=?= 



Will'm's.=r 

I 

I 
Richardus de Legh. 

OUT OF AN OLD WRITING AT ADLINGTON. 

It is to have in mind that Tho s Legh of High Legh and old John Legh of the Bouthes were 
brethren. 

And the said John Ligli married Ellin d. to S r W m Baguley, and had issue S r John Lygh of 
Bouthes. William Ligh of Baguley, Robert Legh of Adlington ,v Peter Legh of Berchinton, And 
of old Robert came Robiu & S' Rob't. Robinett Sc Robin that was father to Robert that married 
Ellin daughter to S r W™ Bouth, & had issue Tho. Legh of Adlington. 

S r John Legh of Bouthes and Isabell daughter and heire to S r Piers Sandbach had issue 
John Legh. James Legh, William & John, &c. "Then John sonne & heire of S r John and Dame 
Isabell married Maud daughter and heire to S r John Arderne and had by her Maud daughter 
and heire married to Richard Radcliffof Wordsall ice. 

Ceste endenture testmoine que com'e debat estoit mue, entre Rob't de Legh Cli'l'r d'une part 
ct Piers de Legh et John son frere d'autre part. Touchant le manier quils se governant et 
inuerant en leur office & affaires en quelcuuq' lieu deins le present hundredd de Mecklesfeld, et 
la forrest illegues par bonnes Amy* entrcvenants sont accordes en le manier quensuit. Cesta- 
cavoir quils preferront tout ce que leur-servit agarde par Raufe de Vernon Ch'l'r, Will'm de Legh 
Ch'l'r, John de Ashton Ch'l'r. John de Haukeston Cli'l'r, Tho s de Davenport. W" 1 de Stanley, John 
fiz James de Legh, John fiz Monss r , John de Legh, Geffrey de Legh, Robert del Donnes, Reinold 
de Donnes, Thorn 1 de Ashton, Ran' de Legh, et ["nomas Baggelegh. Touchant le matier susdict, 
et tous autres grevances &c. Le quexont a gardes et ordcignes. que Rob't de Legh Ch'l'r, tiendra 
son office de Seneschalcie de Mecclesfeld, et le office de fforrestier illeoques, selon de tenoir del 
patent que le Conte de Stafford a de n're ss r le Roy, que est sans estre distourbe par les dit' Piers 
et John, Et que Piers de Legh et John son frere geueralls a la Dame de Mohun averont franches 
povoir, d' avoir et vser, tous les choscs, charges et prieres a eux grantes par le diet. Dame de 
Mohun, selon de tenoir de la patent que les dit' Piers et John avoint de la Dame de Mohun 
susdit. Donne a Knottesford, a 10 R. 2. 



^ctfllj of SMcjij fcifllj, oi tlje OTcstljall 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 86 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly of nine. — 1 and !>. Or, a lion rampant (Inks. 2. Per pale Argent 

ami Sable, three boars passant in pale, counterchanged. [Called Swinetard.] 
3. Gules, a pale fusilly Argent. [Lymme.] 4. Quarterly Gules and Or, in 
first quarter a lion passafit of the second, a label of Jive points Ermine. 
[Massy.] 5. Quarterly Argent and Gules, a label of five points Azure. 
[Tattox.] (i. Gules, a lion rampant [per fesse'] Ermine [and Ermines. 
Tymperley.] 7. Gules, a chevron between three lozenges Argent. [Sale.] 
8. Barry lozengy, Argent and Gules. [Wincham.] 
Crest. — A cubit arm erect, habited pal g of five pieces Or and Sable, cuffed Argent, 
hand proper, grasping the upper and lower portions of a broken titting-spear of 
the first, point downwards. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 
Hamon do Leigh d'n's ejusdem.=f= 



145 



\V"' de Leigh. =p. . . . d. & heire to Johu Oughrington 



nephew to Peter Oughrington. 



Margery vx 1 ' Eitrop 8 Rich.de- 
de Millington. Leigh. 



Madock sive Mathew cui pater dedit uiedie- 
fcatem ville de Swerton in villa de Legh. 





--p-Agnes 


i-egn.-i 


-\\ in in 


v euaoies. 






John 


Leigh=f=Ellin d. & heire to 


Rafe de Hanrichin 




of Bouthes. 


S r W m 


Baguley. 


[Hawarden]. 






S' John Ligh 


S r W'» Leigh 


Robert Leigh 


Peter Leigh 


Gilbert 


Agnes 


of Bout lies. 


of Baguly. 


of Adlington. 


of Berching- 


Leigh 


VXO r 


Arms. 


Arms. 


Arms. 


ton. 


of Pres- 


Hugh 


Azure,twobars 


-1 sure, two 


Azure, two 


Arms. 


ton. 


Ma 5 


Argent, over 


burs Anient, 


bars An/nil, 


Azure, two 




ofTim 


all a bent/let 


over all a 


over all a 


bars Argent, 




pel-ley. 


Gules. 


bendlet Gules. 


bendlet gobony 
Or and Gules. 


over all on a 
bend Gules 
three pheons 
















of the second. 







Tho" Leigh of High Ligh D'n's=p Agnes d. to Allen Lymm sister 
medietatis ejusdem an 1305. & heire to Gilbert Lymm. 



Tho. Ligh of High= 
Ligh vixit 1325. 



=Alice que sup'vivit 
maril 



Margery vx 1 ' W™ 
of Tatton. 



Massy 



1. Jane d. to John Ligh of Southbroke=pThomas Liegh=2. Margery over- 
son to Hugh son to Edward. vixit 1333. lived him. 



Rich. Leigh living- 
an° 1392. 



: Matilda d. & heire to . 
Massy of Wincham. 



AV 



Agnes uxor Rob't 
Domvill. 



1. Isabel d. to=pJohn Ligh. =2. Jane widow to Ralfe 



S r John Pole. 



Davenport. 



Alice vx 1 ' Rich. Starlcy 
of Stretton. 



1. Alice d. to=FRich. 



John Leces- 
ter of Tabley. 

A 



Liegh 
1484. 



=2. Jane widow to 
Thomas Holford 
Esq' sonne to 
W m . 



Roger Liegh 
of Oulgraye. 

I 
Thomas. 



Margery 
vxor Jn° 
I iecester 
of Tabley. 



Alice vx 1 ' 
John Parr 
of Wors- 
ley. 



* No descending line from Agnes to Thomas Legh given in Harl. 1424, but thus in Harl. 
1505. fo, 90. 

U 



146 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



A| 



Mabell vxor 
Nico' Leigh 
of Esthall. 



Dowce vx v 
Jn° Mere 
of Mere. 



vx r Isabell vxor 



Redish of 
Gropnall. 



Venables of 
Antrobns. 



John Leigh= 
of Ought- 
rington* 2 d 
sonne to Rich. 



-Margarett 
d. to W m 
Wilme of 
Ought- 
rington.* 



1. Margrett d.' 
to W m Perci- 
vall. 



I 



: W m Legh of=2. Margrett d. to Rich, married to Anne 
Outerton. John Boidell of widow to George Jackson. 

Pulcroft. 



I 
Peter Ligh of : 
Oughtrington. 



: Margarett da. to 
W m Wilme of 
Oughtrington. 



Anne. 
Elizabeth. 



Alice. 
Mawld. 



Richard. 



George. John. William. Anne. Maud. Margrett. 
1. Dowce d.=FThouias=j=2. Jane d. to Jn° Holcroft Hamnet. Peter. Richard 



to S r W m 
Bouth of 
Dunham. 



Leigh. 



of Holcroft in Lanca. 



John. Tho s . Jane vxor Tho s Sanky. 



Rich. died=pBeatrix d. 
before his I to Geffrey 



father. 



Boidell of 
Pulcroft. 



George 
Ligh 
of Man- 
chester. 



James. 



John. 



Roger 
Parson 
of 
Lymm. 



Jane vxor 
Mathew 
Ligh of 
Swine- 
head. 



1. Rose d. to Rafe= 
Lamport of Dam- 
port. 



: Rich. Leigh of : 
Westhall in 
High Ligh. 



: Anne sister to Rich d. 

Hough of Leightou. Alexaud 1 ' 



Alice vxor 
Hamnett 
Massy of 
Hale after 
to George 
Newton. 

& heire vx r 
Barlow. 



Tho. s. prole maried Katherine d. and cosen (sic) 
to Rafe Ligh of Esthall after mar. Rich. Donne. 



I I 

Parnall. Anne vxo r Rafe Massy 

of Sherbrough s. prole. 



I 
George. 



Anne. 



John Leigh 4 th son. = Mary d. to Alex. 
Barlow. 
John. 



Doroty vxor David Massy 
of Broxton. 



1. Clemence= 
d. to S r John 
Holcroft of 
Holcroft. 



Rich. Leigh of High Leigh : 
in Cheshire & of Ockley in 
Com. Buckingham esq. 



-2. Margery d. to . . . . Cooke of Chester 
widow to George Tirrell of Thornton in 
Buckingham esq. 



Thomas. 



Agnes vxor . 
Herrenden. 



John George & W m 
all s. prole. 



Oughtriiigham (Harl. 1505). 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



147 



Rich. s.p. 
John s.p. 



Peter son 
& heire. 



I I . 

Peter Leigh=pElizab. d. to John Baptist Castilion of ffrancis & 

esq. 1599. 



Bona Valence in Barksh. Esq r 
died in childbed 2-4 July 1599. 



George s.p. 



I I 
Anne. 

Mary. 



Elizab. 
Jane. 



I I 
Elenor. 

ffrances. 



Margaret. 



Christian on whom 
her mother died. 



John Leigb.=pDoroty d. to ... . Tho. 
of London. Eaton widow to s. prole 

Rob't Holcroft. 



I 



I 



Elizab. vx r . . . . Jane. 

Turbeck \_Tcrbeck~\. 

Margaret. 



John. Elizabeth died young. William. Margarett. 



^ctcji) of BmitlKS. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 87 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 91.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Azure, two oars Argent, over all a bend Gules. 2. 

Or, three lozenges Azure. [Baguley.] 3. Ermine, on a chief indented Gules 

three ducal coronets Or. [Corona.] 
Crest. — An arm embowed, habited Gules, the hand holding a sword entwined by a 

snake, all proper. 

Drawing of a crest, Plate II., Fig. 13.* 
"W m Venables.=pAgnes Liegh. 



Thomas. John Leigh of Bouthes.=pEllin d. & heire to S r W m Baguley. 



S r John=p S r Will'm Ligh Rob't Ligh of Peter Ligh of Gilbert Ligh 

Leigh of of Baguley. Adliugton. Perchington. of Preston. 

Bouthes. •}>. ^ ^js 



John Ligh mar. Isabel d. & heire 
to S r Richard Sandbach. 



James Leigh who did entaile certaine- 
lands to him & his heires. 



Richard=pMaud d. & heire to S r 



Leigh. 



John Arderne. 



John Leigh of Bouthes 1 7 R. 2.=pMaud. 



* [Under the crest is writteu] : — Legh de Bouthes tenuit libere tenementa in Knottesford 
Raustorne Torkanton k Modburlegh, 



148 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Maud d. & sole heire vx r Richard John Leigh of Bouthes 7 H. 6.= 

Radcliff of Wordsall. 



S r John Legh of Bouthes slaine at Bloreheath A 1459.=pJane. 



John Leigh eldest=p Anne d. & coheire to Phillipp Leigh=pElizab. d. to Geffrey 



Sonne 5 E. 4. 



Robert Grosvenor of of Bouthes. 
Holme. Inquisition 

taken 8 H. 8. 



Margrett. Elizabeth uxor Peter Shakerley. 



8 r Andrew 
Brereton. 



Roger. William. Anne s.p. Ellin vx r Jane vxor Ric. Starky of Stretton 
— S r Rafe and after to ... . Stanley of 

Edward. Lecester. Bickerstaff. 



.S r John Ligh of Bouthes obijt 1558.=j=Jane sister to S r W m Snead. 



John=Elizab. d. to Edm'd Agnes. John Liegh=f=Jane d. to John & John 



Ligh. Mere of Knuttesford. of Bouthes 

1580. 



S r W m both s. prole. 

Brereton. 



W m ffitatis 5 annor'm 1580. Peter s. Thomas. Margrett. Isabell. Anne. 

prole. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 88. Harl. 1505, fo. 91".] 

Arms. — Quarterly— 1. Azure, two bars Argent, over all a bend [Argent*]. 2. Or, 
three lozenges Azure. [Baguley.] 3. Ermine, on a chief indented Gules, 
three ducal coronets Or, over all a bendlet of the second. [Corona ?] 4. 
Argent, a fleur-de-lis Sable. [Levenshuliie.] 

S 1 ' John Baguley of Baguley in Comitatu Cestrue.=p 



S r W m Baguley.=p 
* Sic for Gules in Harl. 1505. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



149 



A 



S r John Leigh del=pElliu d. & heire to S r 
Bouthes. W m Baguley. 



I 

S r John Baguley s.p. 



S r John Ligh of whome James Ligh 8' W m Ligh of Geffrey. John. 
Radcliif is descended. of Baguley. 



Thomaa Leigh of Baguley.= 

Not a that these p'sons whose names are underwritten did confesse before W'" Slower n Is 
Norrey King of Amies & Rob't Cooke al's Chester herauld of Armes at Baguley, the 16 of 
• a 6 R. Elizab. being there examined by tie Baid Norrey and Chester That they did know 
Randoll Leigh 2 d son to S r Edm'd Ligh of Baguley, Knight. And confessed that the said 
Randoll was never married. But had divers base sons as they well knew, to say Randoll, Henry 
& Nicolas. 

{Elizab. Leigh wife to 
Rich. Leigh, mother to 
Edward Leigh of Baguley 
Rich. Holling Preist. 
Rich. Tarven. 

S r Edm'd Ligh of Baguley.=fMargrett d. to S r John Savage. 



S r Jn° Leigh^ 
of Baguley. 



s.p. 



son 



= d. tO S r 

W m Bouth of 
Dunham. 

r 

Randoll begotten 
on Carringtoii's d. 
mar. y e d. of . . . . 
Tirkett [Tuchetf] 
of Northampton. 



Randoll Leigh 
2 d was never 
married. 



Rich. 3 Hamlett 4 ,h sonne mar. 
son. y c Lady Eliott. 



Henry Leigh of Nicholas. Charles.=j=Margery 
London begotten Ryley. 

on Woodroff's d. 
of Darbyshire. Edmund. 



John.=pPrudence d. to 

Renold Anderson. 

Jane. 



Gerard Ligh of London. 



Henry 
2 d son. 

I 



Rich. Leigh of= 
Baguley 3' 1 son. 



: Elizab. d. to Arnold 
Ryley. 



I 

Hamlett 
s.p. 



John 
5 th son. 



John. 

I 
ffrances 
vx r 
Archer. 



Edward Leigh = 
of Baguley 
1580. 



:Jone d. to 
S r Urian 
Brereton 
of Hon- 
ford. 



Ellin. Margrett. Alice. 
Elizabeth. Jane. 



Isabel. 



Cioeley. 



. . . . vx 1 

Arden of 
Stock- 
port. 



150 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 88 b .] 

Memorand' that on Holy Rode day in May the 11 of H. 7. The Earle of Darby, Constable of 
England in the King's Chamber at Westminster: determined that S r Tho" of Ashton Knight should 
bearefor his proper Armes, Silver a mallett [siclor mullet] vnpiereed of five points sables alone or 
quarterly, in the first quarter, if more Armes by discent shall or do fall to his Inheritance. And 
S r Piers Aleigh and his heires shall beare the same Armes quarterlie so they bee not in the first 
quarter with a Besant on the first point. Forseene alwayes, that if the foresaid S r Piers can 
finde any time hereafter any sufficient Evidence of Authority and before the Constable allowable 
That then, and in that case, hee, and his heires shall now beare the same Armes and without 
besant or other difference. Present at this Intermination, M r James Stanley Warden of Man- 
chester, S r Edward Stanley sonnes to the aforesaid Earle, a Doctor of the Civill Law called & 

Garter and Norrey Kinges of Armes : And there 
also by the Commandemt. of the abovesaid Lord & Constable to the aforesaid officers of Armes 
this present bill to bee registred in their bookes of Authority from this tyme forth. 

Drawing of a shield of arms : — Argent, a mullet Sable. 

Drawing of a shield of arms : — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Blank. 2 and 3. Argent, 
a mullet Sable, charged on the upper point with a bezant. 

Hugo de Corona. 

Anabell f. T. de Bamvill.=Hugo de Corona.=pLucia. 
Aems. — Azure, a chevron 
Argent between three 
coronets Or. 



Thomas de Corona 131G.= 

Arms of Bagulet, Plate II., Fig. 14. 

Joh'es Baguley miles. 

I 
Willielmus de Baguley miles. 



Joh'es Baguley miles 1353. Ellena vxor Joh'es Liegh. 

Joh'es Liegh del Bouthes miles. 

Edwardus de Chedle.=i= 



Rob'tus D'n's de Chedle & Clifton. Roger 5 de Chedle.=pMathildis. 
I 



I I 

.... filia Clementia nupta Will'mo filio Rob't s de Baggulegh. Agnes vxor 

nupta .... Arms. — Or, three lozenges Azure ; impaling Ric'i filij 

Daniers. Argent, a/ess dancette Gules. Rob'ti de 



Hamon de Bagulegh. 



Bulkleigh. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



151 



iUicjI) of Sttilincjtom 

[Harl. 142-4, fo. 89.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Azure, a plate between three ducal crowns Or, within 
a bordure Argent. [Corona.] 2. Azure, tiro bar* Argent, over all a bendlet 
gobone Or and Gules. [Lesh of Adlington.] 3. Argent, a cross jlorg 
Sable. [Belgrave.] 

Crest. — A unicorn's head Argent, couped Gules, armed Or. 



John Leigh of Bouthes.=pEllin d. & heire to S r W m Baguley. 



»S r John Leigh 1. Sara sister to=pRobert Leigh of=pMaud d. & heire to S r 



of Bouthes. 



Henry Hanford. 



Adlington. 



Turston de Morley. 



I I I 

Rob't Leigh=pMaud d. & coheire .... vx r Jn° Ashton S 1 ' Piers Ligh of Han ley 



of Adlington 
35 E. 3. 



to John de Ar- 
derne. 



after to W m Rad- 
cliffe. 



of whorne S r Piers Ligh 
of Lyme is descended. 



S r Rob't Leigh of Adlington 9 H. 4=plsabel d. & heire to 



Katherine. 



Thomas Belgrave. 



Robinett Leigh of Adlington.=pMaud. 



1. Isabel=Rob't Leigh=f2. Isabel] d. to S r W m Stanley James a 



d. to Jn° of Adling- 
Savage ton. 
s.p. 



married by consent of the Pope Preist. 
because shee was of the blood — 

of his first wife. William. 

Peter. 



Rob't Leigh=j=Ellin d. 


Maud vx r Jn° 


1 1 
.... vxor . . . 


obijt 8 Dec. 


to S v 


Manwaring 


Picott of Chet 


An ■> h. 6. 


Rob't 
Booth 


of Pever. 


wind. 




of Dun- 


Agnes vxo r 


Margaret vx r 




ham. 


S r Andrew 


Tho s Mere of 






Brereton. 


Mere. 



Ellin vx r 
Roger 
Leigh of 
Ridge. 



Isabel vx r S r Lawrence 
Warren of Pointon & 
after toS r George Holford. 

Margrett vx r W m Dam- 
port of Bromhall. 



II I I 

Richard. John. "W ill'm. 

Ranulph. 



Renold Leigh of Annsley in Com. Nott. of whom 
Leigh of Darbyshire is descended. 



152 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Tho s Leigh: 
35 yeares 
old 2 H. 6. 



: Katherin 
d. to S r 
John 

Savage. 



Isabel 

vx r 

Rob't 

Holt. 



Blanch vx r 

Rich. 

Lancaster 

of Raynhill. 



Elizab. vxor 
Tho. Lever- 
sedge. 



Margrett 
vx r John 
More of 
Parkhall. 



Margrett 
vx r Ran- 
dollHyde. 



George Leigh=pJane d. to=S r George Pawlett 



of Adlington. 



Peter Lack 
of London. 



brother to the 
Marq. of Win- 
chester. 



Albi in 
second 



Elenor vx r 
S r Piers 
Dutton. 



.... vxor 
.... Hulton 
of the 
Parke. 



Thomas Leigh^pMary d. to Rieh.=S r Rich. Egerton Marie. Ellin. Elizabeth. 



of Adlington. 



Gravenor of 
Eaton. 



of Ridley ■>' 
husband. 



T io s Leigh of Adlington now=pSibi!l d. to S r Urian Brereton 
living 1600. of Honford. 



S r Urian Leigh = . . . . d. to 
made knight at S r Eilui'd 
Cadez 1596. Trafford. 



Captaine Tho s Leigh 
slaine at Blackwater 
in Ireland 1598. 



Edward. Mary. Elizabeth. 



Ranulph. 



Doroty. 



iU(crf) of Upmc. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 89".] 

Arms. — Quarterly of six. — 1. Argent, a cross Sable, in the dexter chief point a fleur- 
de-lis of the second. [Haydogk.] 2. Gules, a cross engrailed Argent. [Legh 
of Lyme.] 3. Vert, a chevron between three cross-croslets fitehe Or. 
[Boydell.J 4. Argent, a mullet Sable charged with a bezant. [Walton of 
Ulnes- Walton.] 5. Vert, a cross patonce Or. [Boydell.] 6. Quarterly 
— 1 and 4. Lozengy Argent and Sable. [Croft.] 2 and 3. Sable, a chevron 
between three covered cups Or. [Butler of Merton.] 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Or a rain's head Argent, armed of the first, ho/ding 
in the mouth a sprig of laurel. 

^Robert Leigh of Adlington.=p2. Maud d. & coheire to Sir Thurston 



1. Sara sister 
to Henry 
Hanford. 



Arms. — Azure, two bars 
Argent. Over at I abend 
gobone Or and Gules. 



Norley, Lordof Xuiky, Pemberton, Est 
Walton & Hoole, & heire to Boidell. 



I 
Rob't Leigh 
of Adling- 
ton. 



1. Margrett d. & : 
heire to S r Tho s 
Daniers L : of 
Groppenhall & 
Brone, widow to 
S 1 ' Jn° Savage. 

A 



: Piers Leigh of Hanley beheaded 1 
by K. II. 4 A 1399. Had Hanley 

given him by R. 2 for taking the 
Earle of Tanckarvile at Cressy. 



-2. Ciceley d. to 
John Hagh of 
Hagh in Com. 
Darby. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



153 



S r Piers Leigh of Ilanley— Jane d. & heire to S r Gilbert Haydook, L : of Haidock, 

Bradley, Burton-wood, Werington, Overfourth, Sanky, 
Blend, Newton, Lawton, Goodburne, and Walton in the 
Dale. 



slaine at the Battaile of 
Aenncourt An 1415. 



S r Piers Leigh made Kn' by Rich. Duke=pMargrett d. to 



of Yorkeat Wakefield 1 t60. 



S 1 ' Rich. Molinenx. 



Piers Leigh obijt=pMabell d. & heire to James Croft L : of Dalton and Claghton, 



vivo patre 1408. 



and of her mother d. & heire of ffrekelton 



I 



S r Piers Liegh Kn' Banerett by K. E. 4.=pElenor d. & heire to S 1 ' John Savage. 



1. Margrett d.=pPiers Leigh=pJane d. to 



to Nicholas 
Tilsley. 



of Leyme. 



S< Thorn 3 
Gerard. 



John. Margrett vx r Lawrence 

— Warren of Pointon. 

James. 



S 1 ' Piers Leigh of Lyme made Knight=j=Margrett d. to 



at Edinborough by K. H. 8. 



.S r Tho s Gerard. 



Ciceley uxor Anne. 
Tho s Butler. 



Piers Leigh=rKatherine 
obijt vivo I d. to S r 
patre. ' Tho s 

Venables. 



Tho s maried 
Katherine 
d. & heire to 
Rob't Lang- 
ley. 



James. Margery vx r 

— Rob't Barton 

Rob't. of Smethells, 

John. 



Ellin vx r 
John 
Bouth of 
Barton. 



S r Piers Leigh : 
of Lyme made 
Knight 2 of 
July at O-rene- 
wich 1598. 



=Margrett 
d. to S r 
Gilbert 
Gerard M r 
oftheRolles. 



Edw'd Leigh 
of Grayes 
Line. 



Tho. gent, vssher 
to the Countes of 
Essex. 



Peter son & heire. 



Elizab vx 1 ' 
.... Lathom 
of Parbold. 



ffrances 2 d sonne. 



Thomas 3 d son. 



Anne. 



iUtfjfj oi tit iRitujt, 



Arms. — Quarterly — l. Gules, on a cross engrailed Argent a mullet for difference. 
■J. Gules, tiro bars gemelles Argent, a chief Ermine 3. Ari/cnt, a chevron 
Salt, between three rocks' heads erased Gules. [Alcock.] 4. Checlcy Or 
and Vert, a bend Ermine. [Sparke.] 



Jenkin Leigh of the Ridge=pAlice d. & heire to John 



obijt 1453 



Alcock of the Ridge, 



154 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



A| 



Roger Leigh of=pEllin d. to Robinett Richard 1 

the Ridge. Leigh of Adlington. Leigh. 



John Leigh. : 



Rosrer Leigrh=FElizabeth d. to 



of the Ridge. 



.... Sutton of 
Sutton. 



Roger =p 
Leigh 



I 

Rafe Leigh=pEliz. d. to Henry 



of Stock- 
well. 



Langley of Beke- 
linff in Essex. 



Roger : 
Leiuii 
of 
Ridge. 



=Mary d. to 

W m Spark 
after raaried 
to S r Edw d 
Savage. 



W m Leigh Roger, 
of Welling- 
ton. 



Henry Liegh 
of Rushall. 



I 

8' Tho 9 
Liegh 
Mayor 
of Lon- 
don. 



I 



S v John=pIsabell d. Rafe. 



Lesrh. 



to Atwell 
Worsley. 



Joice vx r 
Paston. 



S r John 
Leigh. 



John Leigh of : 
the Ridge. 



: Elizab. d. to ffoulk 
Dutton Alderma 
of Chester. 



Elizab. vxor W m Tindall 
of Brotherton in Norff. 



Mary vxor Hugh 
Erdswick of 
Sandon. 



John. Roger. Edward. Peter. Richard. Thomas. 



Ran doll. 



Katherine vxo r Owen 
Williams & S r John 
Holcroft. 



Elizab. vxor 
W m Bartram. 



Grace. Margaret. Mary. 
Susan. Alice. 



Jane vxor 
Rob't Macky 
of Scotland. 



^cicjJ) oi ^ic$ &cicj!) t oi tf)t €ast {mil 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 90».] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a lion rampant Gules. 2 and 3. Azure, 

crusily Or, and three eagles displayed of the second. [Alpram.] 
Crest. — A demi-lion rampant Gules. 

Mathew de Alprain.=j=Eva. 



John= 

son to 

Hugh 

Leigh. 

A 



: Jane 
d. & 
coheire. 



Alice. 



Worrall 
vx r 
Rob't 
Trefford. 



Ellin vxor 
Rob't son 
to Richard 
Whetenhall. 



Amy vx r 
Rob't son 
to John 
Wetnall. 



Katherin 
vx r W m 
Clexton. 



Sibell vx r 
W m son 
to John 
Wetnall. 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 155 

A | 

W m Leigh. John Leigh an 14 E. 3. David Leigh. 



Leig 



John Leigh. Tho s Leigh of Northwood 2 R. 2. 



Hugh Leigh.^= Tho. 3 H. 4; 



I I 

John Leigh.=p Thomas 30 H. 6.=p 

I I 

I I 

Hugh Leigh.=p Thomas 3 E. 4=pEIizab. d. to Geffrey Mollington. 



John.=p Thomas Leigh 4 H. 8.=pMargrett d. to Rich. Chollerton. 



I I 

Henry Leigh.=p Rob't Leigh.=pElizab. d. to . . . . Starky of Olton. 



Nico' Leigh=pllabell d. to Thomas Leigh of^plsabell d. & heire to Rafe 



of the 
Easthall. 



Rich. Leigh Esthall in High 
of Highligh. Ligh 1580. 



Trafford of y e Garrett in 
Com. Lane. 



Rafe Leigh.=pJane d. to . . . . Gravenor Rob't obijt=j=Elenor d. to 

after mar. to Jn° Spurstow. vivo patre. Randoll Spurstow. 



Rich. Katherin vx r Tho s Leigh Margrett vx r Jane vx r Randoll Spurstow 
s. prole, of High Ligh & after to Ric. Leigh of son to John Spurstow. 
Rafe Done of Flasyards. Swinchead. 

Rich. Spurstow. 

I 

George. 



I I I I I I 

George=. ... d. to ... . Lecester Philip. Richard. Mary. Robert. Thomas. 

Leigh, of Tabley. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 91.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. [Or] a lion rampant \_GuUs] charged with a mullet. 
2 and 3. Per pale Argent and Sable three boars statant in pale, counterchanged. 
[Called Swinehead.] 

Mathew Leigh of Swinehead=f Jane d. to Thomas Leigh 



[Swinyard]. 



of High Leigh. 



156 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



A| 



Rich. Leigh=pJane base d. Gawen Leigh of=pMargrett d. to Mary vxor 



ofSwinhead. 



to Rich. Done Northwood in 
of TJtkinton. High Liegh. 



Tho s Grimsdich John Venables 
of Hallarn. of Agton. 



Rich. Leigh=pJone d. to Tho. Gregg Anthony. Hamlett. Margery. 
ofSwinhead. I of Bradley. 

Richard. John. Peter. Thomas. Mathew. Katherine. Alice. 



W m Leigh=pKatherin Anne vx. 

of North- d. to Rich. Lawrence 

wood Bird of Hatton. 

l.".M>. Terton. 



I 
Eliz. vx. 

Tho. 

Norris. 



Julian. 



Bridget 
Mary 

& 
Jane 
s.p. 



John. 



Tho. setatis 1 et dim' annor'm. 



Elizabeth. 



I 

Anne. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 95 b .] 

Anns. — Quarterly — 1 and 1. Argent, a chevron between three ploughshares Sable. 
2 and 3. Argent, a chevron between three Catherine wheels Sable. [Wheelock.] 
Crest. — A leopard's head jessant-de-lis Or* 

Thomas Wheelock of Wheelock.=p 



Elizab. vxor Thom s Alice setatis 50 annor'm John Wheelock- 
Worth. 17 H. 6. of Wheelock. 



Richard=p Aa'nes ajtatis 40 annor'm et Richard Wheelock= 



Leversege. I ampl s 17 H. 6. 



obiit 17 H. 6. 



: Elenor d. to . 
Vernon. 



Reynold Leversege=p. ... d. to ... . Langley Thom s Wheelock obijt vivo 

of Wheelock. of Lancashire. patre sine prole. 



the MS. 



Thomas Leversege.=p. ... d. to ... . Venables of Kinderton. 
a | 

The upper part of the fletir-de-lis, usually shewn above the leopard's face, is omitted in 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 
A| 



157 



Rafe Leversege of Wheelock.=f Margery d. to Will'in Wilbram of Woodhey. 



II I I I 

W"> LcTorscge=pKatherine d. to Richard. Robert. Isabell vxor John Margrett. 

of Wheelock Rafe Damport — Bromley of 

A 1580. of Henbury. Thomas. Bafford. 



W m tetatis 17 annor'm 1580. Hugh. Margery vxor Rafe Halsall of Halsall. 



iLinforti of CJjesjnrt, familie iwto ejrtimt 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 95.] 

OUT OP AN OLD WRITINGE. 

The Pedigree of Piers de Lynforde. 

Piers de Linford had issue Lawrence, Lawrence had issue William, ~W m had issue Lawrence 
& Dionisia, Lawrence had issue Thomas, Thomas had issue Edmund w ch died sans issue of his 
body, Dionisia tooke to husband John Stafford, and had by. him John Stafford who had issue 
Rob't Stafford. 

Certaine lands and Tenements woods Leases and pastures services of ffree men and bond 
&c. myne of lead oare, with the appertenances, was given by Nico' Cotterell & Roger de Gad- 
desby, to Lawrence Lynford and Alice his wife and to the heires betweene them lawfully 
begotten lying in Moudsh. Chelmarden, Hassopp, C'alvors and Roulesley as it appeareth more 
plainly in the Deed &c. 

Memorand' quod An R. H. 5 post conquestum quarto Rotulo xvij° termino Pashe in Banco 
D'ni Regis coram Ric'o Norton et Socijs suis apud Westminster, Joh'es Grome Capellan*, Joh'es 
Grome Junior & Will'm's Grome de est horneham, obtulorunt b're de transvers 5 Thoma' Linford, 
et Edmundu' Linford et Joh'em Stafford de Com' Lincoln' et Will'm Linford de Com. 
Northampton. 

Ex chartis M r Savage de Castelton in le Peke in Com. Darby qui descendit p' Bastia'm a 
quodam Presbitero de familia de Savage. 

Item M r Savage de Castelton duxit in vxorem vnam filiarnm et hered' hujus famili;e de 
Stafford. 



ILtnforD. 

Peter de Linford.= 

Lawrence de Linford. : 
Will'm de Linford. : 



I 



Lawrence Linford. 

Thomas Linford. 

I 
Edmund sine prole. 



Dionysia vxor Joh'is Stafford. 

John Stafford. 
Rob't Stafford de Com. Lincoln. 



158 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



jHalbeticnk, jHaftanlt, jflaftan, JHauban, 
Barons of itottoiclK 

Latins, vicus Malbanus. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 98. Harl. 1505, fo. 101 b .] 

Ego Hugo de Altaripus fili s Audse de Maubank concessi Warino de Vernon patri meo in 
lege vt Warino filio suo fratri meo et hseredibus ipsius Warini fratris meo &c. 

Ego Auda Maubank dedi Matheo de Venion filio meo, Totam terram de Brickhull quae mihi 
haereditaria; accidit a D'no Tho. Bassett & eius foemina, D'na Phillippa Maubank &c. 

Conrentio facta inter D'nam Phillippa Maubank ex vna et D'num Warrinum de Vernon et 
D'nam Audam Maubank sponsam ipsi 9 Warini ex altera Scilicet quod ipsa D'na Phillippa in 
ligeo potestate sua relaxavit &c. 

Henricus de Aldetheley oib's &c. Noveritis me dedisse D'n's Warino de Vernon et Aid' 
Maubank vxori eius. Dom'um meum apud Acton &c. 

Drawing of arms from a seal inscribed S. Henbici de Alditheley. Gules, 
fretty Or, on a canton Azure, a cross patee of the second. 

Ego Alicia filia Will'mi de Maubank dedi Joh'i de Waleia filio meo Terram meam in Campis 
de Wich-Maubank vers" mendiam [medium], Testibus Warino de Vernon Warino filio suo 
Will'mo Patrick &e. 



Will'm's Malbedeng A 20 W. Conquest. 1 

Arms of Malbedeng or Malbank. — 

Quarterly, Or & Gu, Over all a 

bendlet Sa. 



=Adelicia 32 H. 1. 



Hugo fundator Abbatia; de Combermere.=pPetronilla. 

Will'm's Malbank Baro' de Nantw ch .=p 
I 



1 de= 

Altaripus. 



=Auda de=pWarren 



Hugo de 
Altaripus. 



Mal- 
bank. 



Margreta vxor 
Ric'i Wilbra- 
ham militis. 
I 



de Ver- 
non. 



Warren 3 . Mathe 9 . 



Radulphus 

Vernon 

senior. 



Phillippa vxo r Tho. 

Bassett Baro' de 

Haddington. 

Asms of Bassett. — 
Barry tubule of 
6 Arg. & Sa. 
I 



Elenora nupta 
Henrico de 
Alditheley. 



Phillippa vxor 
Henrici Com. 
Warw. et obijt 
sine exitu. 



Alicia. 



Jane vxor 
Reynaldi de 
Valletort et 
WiU'm's 
Courtney 
A 36 H. 3. 



Alicia vxor 

Domini de 
Waleia. 



Joh'es de 
Waleia. 



Margeria vxor Rob't' Winington. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



159 



JHallps, Barons oi jHallpas, 

Latine, Mains passus. 
Gallire, Malpas. 
Saxon ice, Depenbach (id est) 
Anijlkc, Depcbrook. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 98 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 102.] 



Will'm's Belward.= 
Arms. — Gul. Spheons 
Ar(j. 



Radulphus Baro' de Mallpas.=pBeatrix soror 
Arms. — Arc/, a cross jxttonce Hugonis Keveliock 
Azure Co. Cestriae. 



Dauid le Clerk.^Margareta filia et haeres. 



I I I 

Pctrus Cleric D'ni TVill'm's de==Beatrix fil. naturalis Phillip Gough de Mallpas 

Co. Cestriae Ranul- Mallpas. : Rogeri Montealt. duxit Catheriuam filiam 

phi tertij. .... Hurlton. 



I I 

Agnes vxor Ranulph 3 . 
W m de 
Blore. 



Beatrix vxor Will'mi 
Patrick militis. 

I 
Isabel vxor Ric'i 
Sutton. 



David fili s =FConstancia f. Oweni 



naturalis. 



Keveliock p. Powiss. 



David de Houa 2 l1 
Egerton. filius. 



Idone vxor Vrany S' 
Petri militis. 



r 



Will'm's Wigland. 



Joh'es S l Petri 
miles. 



David de Eger-=pIdonea filia et 



tondeWigland. 



I 
David Wigland.=j= 

__ I 

I ~ 
Margrett vxor Will'mi de Lawton. 

Isabell vxor Rad'i Bostock militis. 

I 
S r Adam Bostock slaine at Bloreheath 1459. 



haeres Will'mi Gol- 
born below \behw\ 



Omnib" &c. Petr s Cleric D'ni Com. Cestriae et Lincolniae Sal't'm. Noveritis me dedisse 
W'mo de Blora, in libro Maritagio, cum Agnete filia mea, et eor' haeredibus de se genitis vna' 
libera' salin'a in Wich-Mauban cum duodecim plumbis et tolneto et sale de die veneris &c. 
Testib 8 Phillippo de Orreby tunc Justiciar' Cestriae, D'no Henrico de Audithelegb, Warino de 
Vernon, Rad'o de Motton, Thoma filio Kogeri, Ivone de Mere, Kob'to de Heffely, Petro de 
Stapplegh, &c. 

Omnibus Sec. Phillippi de Orreby Sal't'm. Solatia me Concessisse D'no Henrico de 
Aldithley, Clementiam et Elenoram filias et baeredes Will'mi de Blore et eor' maritagium 
cum tota terra quae fuit Dicti Will'mi de Blore et cum eiusdem terrae p'tinentijs sc'd'm quodam 
Cartae D'nae llillisendae de Stafford et D'ni Henrici filij sui quas super eisdem habui testanter &c. 



160 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

Testib' D'no Rarralpho Comite Cestriae et Lincolniaa Fulconi Alio Wariui. Rob'to de Campari 
Aluredo de Sulini. Ric'o de Phiton Ric' vie' filio Lid : 

Omnibus sc'ae matris Eeel'iae filijs &c. T'pe H. 2. Richard 8 Bacuu Sal't'm. Noveritis vrriver- 
gitas v'ra me pro salute animse meae et pro salute etiam Ranulphi Comitis Cestrias avunculi mei, 
et antecessor' et successor' meor' Dedisse &c. Deo et Beatae Mariae et canoncijs regularib 8 
ordinis sc'i Augustini : Totam villain de Roucester cum advocac'one Ecclie dictae villas totam 
etiam villam de Cambru'ge &c. Testib 8 Hugon' Wac' : Will'mo Constabul' de Doninton, 
Thurstano Banaster. W'mo Bac', Roberto Bassert. Will'mo de Colvile, Ric'o Pincerna, W'mo de 
Barnill \_DanielT\, Galfrido Dispensatore. 

Drawing of seal, Plate I., Fig. 8. 

T'pe H. 2. Rogero Castrensi Ep'o &c. Ranulpbus Comes Cestriae sal't'm notum vobis oib'z 
facio me Confirmasse proprio sigillo et carta mea Donationem qu'a Ricard 8 Bacun cognat 8 me' 
et familiaris donavit Deo & Sc'as Mariffi et Canonicis de Roucester &c. Testib 8 Hugon' War', 
W'mo Constabul' de Donington Turstano Banester, W'mo Bac, Rob'to Bassett, &c. 

Drawing of seal, Plate I., Fig. 9. 

Henric 8 de Alhitelegh \_Aldithelr/jh~\ omnib 8 &c. Sciatis me confirmasse W'mo de Blora et 
Agneti vxori suae filiae Petri Clerici de Cestriae genitis salina' ilia' in Wico Mauban cum duo- 
decem plumbis et tolneto, et sale de die veneris et cum terra de Gayfeld &c. qua prasdict 8 Petr 3 
ei in libero maritagio dedit cum prasdicta Agueta filia sua Habend &c. Testib 8 Warino de 
Vernon, W'mo de Venable, Rogero de Meynwar', Ran' fratre suo, Matlieo de Vernon, Rob'to 
Cappell, Ran'um & Rob'tum de Praerijs. Tho. de Adilina [Aelma], &c. 

Drawing of seal, Plate I., Fig. 10. 

Ista Indentura testator in memoria futuror' quod Joha'na quae fuit vxor Alani de Audeleigh 
in A° rrs Edw. filij Regis Ed. 5° in pleno Comitatu Staffordias teuto die Jovis proximo post 
ffestum sanctorum Tiburcij et Valeriani. liberavit Laurentio de Okeouere et Margr' vxori eius 
fines. Cartas & scriptas. de haereditate dicta Margeriss sub tenore, qui subsequitur Scil. ^f vnam 
Cartam p' quam Ran' Comes Cestrise, feoffavit Petrum Clericum de Salina in Wich bauban (•?<>)• 
f Et vnam quiet, clamac'o'em qua' Arnald 8 fili 8 W'm de Verdon fecit W'mo de Audeleig': de terra 
quas appellator le Moreflates in Schardlow. «f Et vnam Cartam p' qua' Willm 8 fili 8 W'mi de 
Audeleig': fecit Audae fratri suo de quodam Messuagio in villa de Schardelow. *f Et vnam 
Cartam quam Ranulpb 8 fili 1 Petri Clerici D'ni Comitis Cestrias fecit W'mo de Blore et Agneti 
vxori eius sorori sua & hasredib 3 suis quod warantizaret eijs liberum maritagium. f Et dua 
Scripta inter Will'm filiu' Will'mi de Verdon et Petrum Clericum D'ni Comitis Cestrias, de la 
Moreflates in Schardlow. % Et vnam Scripta, convenc'o'es quod Henric' de Audeleigh fecit 
Will'mo de Blore de vna Salina in Wich Bauban. *f Et vna' scriptum inter Rob'tum Martin de 
Schardelow et W'mi de Audelegh et Clementia' vxorem eius de vno Tofto et Crofto in Schardlow. 
f Et vna' Cartam, indentatum inter Abba'm de Burton, Scil': Ric'm de Insula, et Will'm de 
Audleig' & Clementiam vxore' eius de Jure patronat' Eccliar' de Blore et de Grendon &c. 



JHallpasu 

[Hail. 1421, fo. 113. Harl. 1505, fo. 117.] 
Willielmus Belward.=r 

! 

. I 

Dan David^Margreta f. & hares D'ni Ranulphi Baronis de Ricardas.=i= 



de Mallpas 

Clericus. 

A 



Malpas et suaj vsoris Beatrixis sororis Hugoois 
Keveliock Co. Cestrias. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



161 



r j i i 

Thomas de Cotgreve. W m de Overton. Ricard 3 Li tell. Marrettde Hampton. 
Will'm's. Ricardus. Kenen le Clerk. Houa Bras. 



Alice vxor Rob' 
Stevenson. 



II II I 

W m . Houa. John. 

David. Robert. 



W m de Hampton. 



W m . Jane vxor .... Wever. Agnes vxor .... Eton. 



Hunoth de Coddington. 



.... vxor 
Burghall. 



I 
.... vxor 

Sutton. 

I 



.... vxor .... vx< ir 
Prees. Spurstow. 



Rob't de Mabell vxor Nicholas Jeuan. David. 
Codding- Wrono Litell Burghall. 
ton. & Nico' Tils- 

ton. Bartholomew 

de Burghall. 



1. Margeria filia Cadogan de^pWill'm's de Mallpas=2. Beatrix f. Rob't D'ni 
Linton cum quo Pecklarton. miles. Monhalt Concubina. 

David de Mallpas. 



Beatrix vxor S r William Patrick. Idonea vxor S 1 ' 
| Urian S* Petri! 

Isabell vx. S* Richard Sutton. 



Rogerus Malpas. S r David Mallpas. Sibill vxor .... Aldlym. 

WilFin's. Agnes vxor .... Pulesdou. 

I 



I 



Hugh Parson of 
Bartoniley. 



David.=i= Roger de Pulesdon. 

David de Mallpas.=p 



John. Sibill vxor W. Katherin Manld vx r Phillippi Margery vxor Chris- 

Tomlinson de vxor John Egerton. topher Hogh. 

David Halifax. Bird de | — 

s.p. Cherleton. S r John Egerton. Isabel vxor Hnxley 
■Tone vxor W m Kinaston & Erdes- 

Whitgreue of wick s.p. 

Burton. 



162 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



D| 



E 



Tho. Whitgreve 
of Nantwich. 



Alice 
vsorW" 1 
Hon- 
ford. 



Katherine 
vxor Eic. 
Golborne. 



Agnes Txor 

Humfrey 

Hill. 



Margaret vxor 
Robert Powell 
of Wrixham. 



Philip Gough. 
I 



David de Golborne. 



David Houa. ~W m de Gol- Rich, de Good- David de Sibill [ux.] 
Egerton. ^ borne. man. Golborne. Patrick de 

| III Barton. 

Phillip Egerton.=p John. John de Good- W m . 

man. 

gr W m W m. 

Golborne. 

John. 



David. Urian stirps Egerton de Wrinhill. 



Philip. David. Vrian stirps Egerton de Olton et Ridley. 

I 
Ellin vx r W m Brereton. 



Meverell vxor Hug. de Christia' nupta .... Bonbury & Leg' vxor 11 : de 
Cholmly. postea .... Hulgreve. Shocklach. 



Agnes. 



ffelice vxor 



Heddeslegh. 



W ni de Broxton. 



Edward' illustris Regis Angliae filius Prinoeps Walliae Dux Cornubia? & Comes Cestrise 
Omnius Ballius &c. Sal't'm. Sciatis quod cum Joh'es de Berouse nuper v'es d'nicas terras in 
Schocklacke infra Com. n'rum Cestrisa qua? de nobis tenentur in capite, de Joh'e de Sco' Petro 
licentia n'ra sup' hoc ab non obtento adquisivissett. Nos de gra' n'ra speciale et ad requisic'o'em 
dilecti Consanguinei n'ri Comitis Warrennaj perdonavimus eidem Joh'i de Berouse transgressionem 
quam fecit in inquirendo sibi ten' prsedieta &c. Dat. apud Cestr' 28 Octob. : Anno 18 Ed. Regis 
patris n'ri. 18 E. 3. 



jHanlep of ^ultum 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 107 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 111 1 '.] 

Arms. — Argent, a dexter hand couped and erect Sable, within a bordure engrailed of 
the second. 

Mauley of Mauley in Cheshire.^ 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIREj 1580. 163 

A | 



S r Nicholas Manley. John Manley of Pulton in Chesh.=p 

I 

I 

Nico' Manley of Pnlton =f=Jane Aunt to S r Thomas Holcroft. 



John Manley of Pulton 1566.=pThomazin d. to John Manwaring sonne to George. 

i r i r T" ~v ~\ 

Henry. Thomas. Doroty. Jane. Mary. Anne. Elizabeth. 

[Pedigree thus in Earl. 1505, fo. 111.] 

Manley of Manley in Cheshire.^ 

I 

.1 | 

S r Nicholas cle Manley. John Manley of Pulton in Cheshire.^ 

J 

I 
NicM Manley of Pulton.=j=ElMn d. fo Piers Stanley offflynt. 



Henry Manley of Pulton.=j=Jane Aunt of S r Thomas Holcroft. 



John Manley of Pulton 1566.=p 
I 



II I I I I I 

Henry. Thomas. Doroty. Jane. Mary. Anne. Elizabeth. 



jHantoarimj of Cl)cstei\ jHantoarinij oi 

JJanttoicJ), 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 106".] 

Arms. — Argent, two bars Ouhs within a bordnre gobone Or and Sable. 
Crest. — An ass's head proper, erased, matted, and haltered Or. 

Nico' Manwaring of Nantwich base son=F 
to Manwaring of Peever. 

Tho s Manwaring of Chester.^ Humfrey Manwaring of Nantwich.=p 

A I B| 



164 THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 

A | 



Thomas Randoll Mainwaring=f Oliver Manwaring=. . . . d. to . . . Spark 

s.p. Alderman of Chester. 



of Nantwich. of Nantwich. 



Henry Mainwaring of=p John Manwaring of Nant-=pMargrett d. to Roger 



Chester 1580. 



wich base son. 



Brooke of Nantwich. 



Rannlf. Roger Manwaring=j=Margrett d. to Thomas Oliver 

of Nantwich. Masterson of Nantwich. Manwaring. 
I 

Rich. Manwaring of Nantwich. Margery. Margrett. Alexander Manwaring. 



jHtfniltoarim jtatoarincje oi $erim\ 

[Had. 1424, fo. 105 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 109 1 '.] 

Arms. — Quarter!)/ — 1 and 4. Argent, tiro bars Gules. 2 and 3. Gules, a scythe 

Argent. [Praers.] 
Crest. — An ass's head erased Argent, haltered Or. 

These 5 Amies stand in the Chancell window in Warmincham Church : — 
Burdeux. — Paly of six Or and Gules, a chief Ermine. 
Trussell. — Argent, a fret Gales, bezante'e, a file of three points Azure. 
Manwaring. — Argent, two bars Gul . 
Arden. — Gules, three cross- eroslets fitche, and a chief Or. 
Vernon. — Or, on afess Azure three garbs of the field. 

"W. C. Ranulph Meinilwarin t'pe W m Conquestoris.=j= 

r~ r 

H. 1. Rich. s. prole. Roger.=p 

r~ i 

H. 2. W m s. prole. Randoll.=p 



R. 1. Roger.= 



K. John. Rafe Meinilwaring^fAmice d. to Hugh Keveliock 
Justice of Chester. Erl of Chest 1 . 



H. 3. S r Roger Meinilwarin.=pCristian after mar. to John Biron. 

a I 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



16J 



A I 



E. 1. S r Thomas.=j= 



W™ to whom his father 
gave Peever. 



E. 2. S r Warren Meinilwarhv 



Randoll 
a Preist. 



E. 2. Roger.: 



1. S r Will'm=Mauld heire to=2. Oliver .... d. & heire=pW m 32=pElizab. d. to 



Trussell. 



Mainwarin 
buried in 
Warmmcham. 



de Bur- to W m Praers 
deaux. of Badeley. ■ 



E. 3. 



.... Lecester 
of Tabley. 



W m 22= 
R. 2. 



=CIemence 

Cotton. 



S r John Randoll Mainwaring^ 
s.p. of Pever very old 

an 22 H. 6 in w ch 
yeare he made his 
will. 



ptaintoaring of |)rrtm\ 



: Margery d. to 
S r Hugh Ven- 
ables of Kin- 
derton widow 
to [Richard] 
Buckley. 



I I I 
Thomas. 

Allen. 

Richard. 



Piers p' 
Margery 
Winiug- 
ton. 






Hugh begotten of 
Emm ffarrington of 
whome Mainwaring 
[of Croxton] is 
descended. 



I 
S 1 ' John: 
Man- 
waring 
of 
Peever. 



Nico' Mainwaring of Xantwich de quo 
in folio sequente. 



=Margrett 
d. to . . . 
Tuchett 
Lord 
Audley. 



W m Main- 
waring of 
Ightfeld 

2' 1 sonne. 



itlamtoaring 
of IgfjtfclB. 



: Margrett 
d. & heire 
to Jn° War- 
ren L : of 
Ightfeld. 



1. .Mary d. to=W m Mainwaring=p2. Ellin d. to 



& Jn° 

Delves 



of Peever 221 
maried 



S r Jn° Butler 
of Bewsy. 



George= 
obi j fc 
s.p. 



Tho. Main- 
waring of 
Ightfeld. 



John Manwaring=pMaud d. to Rob 4 Leigh S r John Mainwaring=p. . . . d. to S 1 



of Peever. 



of Adlington 



of Ightfeild. 



Tho s Lacon. 



S r John Man waring=pKatherin d. to W m S 1 ' Rich. Mainwaring=p. . . . d. to S r 



of Peever. 



HanfordofHanford. of Ightfeld. 



Andrew 

Corbett. 



Edmund John Piers W m Richard S r Arthur=pMargrett d. & coheire 



2 d sonne. 3 d son 4 son s.p. s.p 
s.p. s.p. s.p, 



i:»r,i.;. 



to S r B[ich]. Main- 
waring of Peever. 



S r George Manwariiig.=f . . . . d. to S r Edward More. 

I 
Arthur. 



166 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 



S r Randoll Man- 
waring of 
Peever. 



=Elizab. d. to 
S r Randoll 
Brereton. 



Phillip Manwaring of=j=Arme d. to S r Bafe 



Peever 1566 & 1580 
7 th son. 



Lecester of Toft. 



Margrett vxor Katherine Elizabeth 

S r Eandoll vxor Jn° vxor Peter 

Manwaring. Damport of Shakerley. 
Henbury. 

fttamtoartng of barton. 



Randotl.=. . . . d. to Edmund. 
Thomas Smith 
Mayor of 
Cluster 1597. 



Edward 8 th son 
mar. Alice d. 
& heire of Bog- 
hey of Whit- 
more in Staff. 



Bob t Mainwaring of Marton 
9 sonne mar. y e d. of Glegg 
of Gaiton. 



ittatntoaring of (JTarincijam. 



Thomas Main- 11. George, 
waring of Can- — 

terbury 10 son. 12. Eichard. 

13. Henry. 

Jftamtoaring of CTroxton. 



Eandol Manwaring=pMaigarett d. to S r Jn° Hugh Manwaring=pWaring d. & 



of Carincham 
3 d son. 



Savage widow to S 1 ' Jn° 
Maxfeld 12 July 1469. 



of Croxton 4 th son. 



heire of . 
Croxton. 



Roger 

2 d son. 



=. . . . d. to 
Brook of 
Leighton. 



Rob 1 Manwaring 
of Sleape. 



Margery [MargreF\ 
vx r John Glegg. 



Ralfe Man- 
waring of 

Croxton. 



: . . . . d. & coheire to 
Roger Darby of 
Chester. 



Margery vx 1 ' Roger.=p. . . . d. & Lawrence rnaried 

Tho s Master- heire to Edw. Isabell Docken- 

son [Morstertori]- Basford. feld. 



Robert.=pJane d. to George Manwaring of Cotton. Charles Manwaring of Crox- 
| ton mar. Ellin d. to Hugh 

Arthur 1566. Brereton of the Peele. 

! 

I I IJ. 

Charles 1566 mar. Elizab. James mar. Elizab. d. to Henry Oliver Ehza- 

d. to Tho 3 Holford. Manwaring of Carincham. s.p. beth. 

_J 

I II 

Elenor vxor Michell Oldfeld. Julian. Elizabeth. 

Randoll Manwaring of Carincham.=pMargrett d. to Hugh Damport of Henenbury. 



Randoll mar. y e d. of Rafe Poole Tho. Manwaring of Calveley mar. Maud d. & 
of Radburne in Darbysh. heire to Tho. Smethwick of Arelind [Arclued], 

D | E| 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

"J 



167 



Randoll Manwnrim 
of Carincham. 



=Anno d. to Rich- 
ard Cholmley. 



•Tn" Munwaring=p.Tane d. to Roger 



of Calveley 
1566. 



Wrio-ht of Nantwich. 



Henry Manwaring^Elenor d. to S r 



ofC'arinchaml566. 



Tho 5 Venables. 



JiHamtoaring of Calbrlcn. 

Tho. Man waring of Calveley 1580 maried 
to Rob'i Vernon of Haslincrton. 



films. 



I 
Henry maried Elizabeth d. to Kenelrne 
Digby of Stoke in com. Rutland. 



Margaret vxor Elenor vxor 
Hugh Damport Rafe Left- 
of Calveley. wich. 



Margery vx 1 ' Ran- 
doll Prestland of 
Wardley. 



Katherine. 
Prudence. 



Jane. 



JHarimvp oi JWatfmrp, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 109 h .] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 6. Sable, a cross engrailed between four nails Argent. 

2. Or, on a/ess engrailed Azure three garbs of the field. [Marbury ancient, 

or Vernon.] 3. Argent, a lion rampant Gules, collared Or. [Vernon.] 4. 

Vert, a cross pafonce Or. [Boydell.] 5. Argent, on a fess Sable three 

mallets of the first, pierced of the seen/al. [Boydell ?] 
Crest. — On a chapeau dales, charged with three bezants, and turned up Argent, a 

Saracen's head in profile, coitped proper, crined Sable, wreathed about the 

temples Or and Azure. 



Drawing of a shield, within a circle, 
three garbs of the field. 



Arms : Or, on a fesse engrailed Azure 



Hugh Marbury of Marbury 11 E. 3, 1336.=j= 
Ariis. — Sa., a cross enyr, betw. 4 nails Arg 



John obijt vivo patre.= 



f 



I 



John Marbury anno 1356.=p 
I 

James Marbury an 1373, 48 E. 3.=p 



S r Lawrence Marbury of Marbury 7 H. 5 a 141 8. : 



168 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

Aj 

James Marbury 31 H. 6, 1452=f 
I 

John Marbury 37 H. 6, 1458.=pElizab. d. to John Dutton of Dutton. 



. . . . d. to . . . .= Lawrence Marbury of MarburppMargrett d. to W m Damport 
Bold of Bold. 1505, 21 H. 7. of Bromhall. 



James Marbury of Marbury A°=pElizab. d. to S r W m Venables 



6 E. C, 1551. 



of Kinderton. 



W m Marbury of Marbury=pMaud d. & heire to Tho 9 Redish 
lyving 1580'.| of Catridge. 



Thomas Marbury=Elenor d. to Lawrence. George. Elizab. vxor Tho 3 Emm. 
of Marbury. Peter "War- — — Brooke. — 

burton. John. James. Elenor. 



JHavlntrj) oi Slattern, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 110. Harl. 1505, fo. 114.] 
Arms. — Salle, a cross engrailed between four spear-heads [nails'] Argent. 

John Marbury of Over Walton. =p 



Richard Marbury of Walton. =j=Jane d. to John Minshull of Minshull. 



Richard Marbury of Walton.=rJane d. to John Grimsdich of Halum. 



Robert Marbury of Walton living 1580.=pAnne d. to Rich. Starky of Appleton. 

r ~r ~rr ~r i n i 

Richard. John. Thomas. William. Elizabeth. Katherine. Maudlin. 
Peter. Margrett. 

* Omitted in Harl. 1605. f Called James in Harl. 1505. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 169 

jHassp, Baron tie Bunfmm. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 100.] 
Amis. — Quarterly, Gules and Or, m the first quarter a lion passant Argent. 

Joh'es Massy de=p. . . . filia et hares .... Venables 
Dunham. de Bolliu. 



I 

^ ill'm's Massy de=j=Alicia filia et ha3res Eustacij de 
Dunham. I Whitney militis. 



Dulcia filia et hajres vxor Roberti Booth militis 
a quo desendit Boothe de Dunham. 

Pro Arma de Massy. — Quart. Gu. & Or, in 1 st quarter a lion passant Arg. 
Mvssy de Potington. — Quart* 1 Gu. & Or, in 1 & 4 three fleurs de lis Arg. 
Massy de Tatton. — Quarts Gu. & Or, in 1 & 4 three escallops Arg. 

A tous iceulx que cestes l'res verront & [ou]orront, nous Hugh de Calvelegh Ch'l'r, John de 
Burley Ch'l'r. John Devereux Ch'l'r. Vrian de Stapleton Ch'l'r, et R;uif de Stattun escuier : 
Sains & [en] Dieu. Come il y a en certaine place devant les Constable et Marshall, p' entre Mons r 
John de Massy de Tatton pursuyvant, & Mons r John de Massy de Potington defendant, pour 
les Amies quartelles d'or et de gueles a vng lion passand d' Argent en le premier quarter le [de] 
gueles. Et le diet plee soit continue tant que le ditz parties avoient plede insques, a jour 
peremptorie, de porter les evidences, de Fun parte et le aultre, a prouer leur eutent, selon ceo 
que a Chascun p't ap'tient le quelle des dit' averoit mellieur droit aux dit' Armes Surquor' nous 
pour bonnes Considerac'ons, et aussy pour escheier les graudes damages que porroit avenir, a 
cause du dit pie, et debat que porroit surdre si remedie ne fut mis, per mediators entre les dits 
parties. Avons trete entre eulx, tant que les ditz parties sont consentes par leur faithes, d'estre 
a nostrc regard. Sur quor' par bon deliberac'on et advis des nobles et sages Chevaliers du 
Reaulme, avons agarde, a Monss' John de Massy de Potinton defendant : de porter les Armes 
que Thomas Massy son aieul iadis porta, cestascavoir d'Or et de gewles quartelles a trois fleurs 
de lys d'argent en les quartiers de geuls. Et Monss' John de Massy de Tatton poursuyvant les 
Armes quartelles a trois scalops d'argent, en les quartiers de gewles. Et oultre ceo, avons agarde, 
que nulle de les ditz parties porteront les Armes que furent en debat en nulle aultre maniere, 
forsque en cest manier, come nous avons ordeigne entre eulx. En testmoignance du quel chose, 
nous avons nis nous seaux. Donne a Glouster le xiiij Jour de November, l'an du Regne n're S 
le Roy Ric° 2 puis le Conquest 2°. 

Sealed with these Arms : — 

S* John de Burley.— Barry of 6 Sa. & Or, on a chief of the 2 nJ two pallets of 

the 1 st an inescutch. Arg. charged with three bars Gul. 
S r Vrian de Stapleton. — Arg. a lion ramp. Sa. 
S r Hugh de Calvelegh.— Arg. a fess Gul. betw. 3 calves pass. Sa. 
S r John de Devereux. — Arg. a fess Gul. in chief 3 torteanx. 



170 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

jflassp tie Itottmjtxin. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 100 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 104.] 

Arms —Quarterly— -1 and 4. Quarterly, Gules and Or, in the first and fourth quarters 
three fleurs-de-lis Argent, 2 and 3. Argent, a bend Salle between six 
cinque/oils Gules. [Valentine.] 

1. Crest. — A Moil's head couped Or. 

2. Crest.— A pegasus's head per pale Or and Gules, bridled Azure, the mngs counter- 

changed, and gutte'e also counterchanged. 

Ego Hamon de Massy dedi Thoma .... Exclam'atem totu Bromi croftum. Testibus W™° 
de Venables, Hamon fratre suo, Alano de Tattoo, Eob'to de Massy, Adae de Carnngton, Mathseo 
de Massy, Joh'es de Massy. 

Massy of Potington had given him by K. W. Rufus certaine lands in Cheshire in such 
manner as followeth, or very neere the same. _ 

I W m King of England do give vnto Massy all my right interest and title of the hopp and 
hopland from mee and mine to thee and thine with bond' & limit' from heaven above to hell 
beneath. To hold of mee and mine with Bow and arrow when I shoot upon Yerrow & In 
Witness' of the sooth I have sealed with my wang tooth. In the presence of Mauld &c. & divers 
others. 

Hamon de Massy 23 E. 3. 

S r John Massy 2 E. 2. 

S r John Massy .=p 
I 



Hamond Massy Vpe H. i: 



S r John Massy de=r W m . Hamond. Hugh. Eich. Massy of 

Potington. Whyteswick. 

r I 

Thomas Massy of Potington.=p Hugh Massy. 



Thomas Massy of Potington.=f . . . . d. & heire to ... . Valentyne of Lancashire. 



S r John Massy of Potington.*=pKatherine d. to Thomas Venables of Kinderton. 



W 111 Massy of Potington 1566.=pAnne d. to George Bouth of Dunham. 
George Massy of Potmgton=pDoroty d. to . . . . John. Elizabeth vx r Eiehard 



esq. now living 1580. 



Pigott of Salop. Venables of Agdon. 



Mary. Jane. 

* This generation is omitted in Harl. 1505. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



171 



JKlassp of Cattom 

[Harl. 1124, fo. 101. Had. 1505, fo. 10-t b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly, Gules and Or, in the first and fourth quarters three escallops 

Argent, over nil a mullet for difference. 
Crest. — A moorcock Sable, combed Gules, charged with a mullet for difference. 



W m Massy of Tatton. 



I 



Eichard Massy s.p. Robert Massy .=f 

W m Massy of Tatton.=pMargery d. of Thorn 5 Ligh of 
Hio-h Ligh. 



Hugh Mass 
of Tatton 



Rich. Massy of Dychehouse Oliver Massy of Denfeild : 
in Rawstorne 2 d son. 3 d sonne. 



S r John Massy of Tatton.=pAlice sister to S r Geffery John Massy of Denfeld.=p 

"Worseley. 



Thomas. S r Geffrey Hugh. 

Massy s.p. — of Tatton 

Lawrence. John 



III I 

Richard. W m Massy W m Massy=p. ... d. to 



of Den- 
feld. 



S r W m 
Booth. 



Geffrey Massy of Tatton. Hugh Massy of Denfeld=pJane d. to S r Tho s Smith 



1566. 



of Chester. 



Jane d. & heire vx r W m Stanley son & W m Massy of Denfeld=pJane d. to Rich. 



heire to S r W m Stanley of Holt. 



1566. 



Prestland. 



I I 

Jane vx 1 ' Richard Brereton Hugh. Richard. Anne. Thomas. Geffrey, 
of Tatton. 

William. 



I I 

Richard. Anne. 



172 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 101 b .] 
Asm— Quarterly, Argent and Gules, over all a bend Azure. 

Hugh Massy of Timperley.=rAgnes d. of John Leigh of Bouthes. 



S r Hamon Massy of S r Richard Parson of Alice vxo r S v W m " 
Timperley. Massy. Stopford. Stanley. 



Edward Massy of Timperley. Bf W m Stanley S r John Stanley 

| of Hooton. of Lathom. 

Ciceley. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 102.] 

Arms. — Argent, a chevron between three lozenges Sable. 
Crest.— Out of a ducal coronet Or, a bull's head and neck 

Drawing of a seal,* Plate I., Fig. 11. 
Hanilett Massy of Sale.=p 



James Massy of Sale.=f Alice d. of Massy of Potington. 



Hanilett Massy of=f Anne d. to S r Piers James. Edmund. John. Rale. 
Sale 15C6. I Button of Dutton. 



Richard Massy of=pMargrett d. to Geffery Shakerley Julian vs r , 
Sale 1580. of Shakerley in Lane. Crompton. 



James setatis 15 annor'm 1580. Isabell. 

* [Above the seal is written] :— Carta Ric'i Massy de Sale Senioris. Dat. A" 8 E. 2. Testib' 
inter alios Roberto de Hyde. [Under the seal is written] :— Carta Eic'i Massy de Sale fib] Eic i 
Massy de Sale. Dat. 10 R. 2. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 173 

JHassy ot Wlimincijam, bulcjo TOincJwim 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 102'\] 

Sciant p'n'tes quod ego Galfrid" films Joh'is Massy de W'imincham Dedi Henrico le Walsh et 
Will'mo de Burnill Capellanis, suis terras .vo. Testib" Joh'em Massy de Tattou militi, Petro de 
Dutton, Ric'o de Legh & Alijs. Dat. apud Nether Quitelegh die Luna; post ffestum ISancti Jaeobi 
Apostoli An R' K. 2 Sec. Decimo nono. 

Pendant seal bearing a chevron between three lozenges. 



JWassp oi SUtuttacjI), bulcjo €Uu1)mmtcjIj. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 103.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4 a lion passant . . . .* 2 and 3. Argent, a mullet 

Sable. 

Henry Massy descended from Massy of Rixton. 
John Massy of Ellerborough.=j= 



Edni'd Massy of Ellerborough 17 E. 4. : 



Ralfe Massy of Ellerborough.=pJane d. to Ralfe Longton. 



Roger Massy of Ellerborough. =p. ... d. to ... . Stokes. 



1. Amy d. to Richard = Ralfe Massy of Eller-=pJane d. to George Dutton 



Ligh of High Ligh borow 1566. 
s.p. 



of Newborow widow to 
Randoll Coppock. 



Roger Massy of Ellerborow now=j=Jane d. & heire to Rich. Somner of 



living 1580. 



Acton by Weverham. 



Lawrence aetatis 5 Richard. Robert. tSibill. Anne. Jane. Ellin, 
annor'm 1580. 

* [This is evidently wrong, being a compound of two Massy coats. The Massys of Rixton, 
co. Lane, bore Quarterly, Gules and Argent, in the second quarter a mullet Sable. They 
descended from the Massys of Tatton, and branched off early in the fourteenth century. — J. P. R.] 



174 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



jHassp oi Grafton* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 103 h .] 

Arms. — Quarterly, Gules and Or, in the first quarter a lion passant Argent, in the 

centre point a trefoil for difference. 
Crest. — A lion passant Argent, charged with a trefoil. 

Eich. Massy descended from Massy of Dunhani.=p 
William Massy of Grafton in Chesh.=j=Anne d. to . . . . Massy of Coddington. 



1. Margery d. to= 
W m Barleston of 
Chester. 



: Kichard Massy of Grafton.=T=2. Anne d. to . . . . Hocknell of 

Prenton. 



Elliu vx r Ralfe Grene of ffarnell. 



Katherine. 



Richard Massy of W m Massy maried Alice d. to Elizab. vx r Rob't 
Grafton 1566. Thomas Baven of Chester. Beristow. 



JHassp oi SPtofortu 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 104. Harl. 1505, fo. 108.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Quarterly, Gules and Or, in the first quarter a lion 
passant Argent, a crescent for difference in the centre point. 2 and 3. Argent, 
on a chevron Azure, three garbs Or. [Cradock.] The four quarterings 
within a bordure gobone Argent and Azure. 

Crest. — An owl Sable, collared gobone Argent and Azure. 

S r David Cradock.=p 



I I I 

2. Rob't Massy=f Pelezina heire=j=John Olton S r Richard Roger s.p. 



of Aldford 2 d 
husband. 



to Cradock. 



of Olton 
1 husband. 



Cradock 
s.p. 



Thomas : 

Massy. 



Elenor vx. Peter 
Starky of Olton. 



Jane vx v Tho s Starky 
of Wrenbury. 



Margrett vx r Nic° 
ffitton of Pownall. 



Henry Massy of Holt.=p Sibell d. to . . . . Swettenham. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

Aj 

Rob't Massy of Hale.=pMaud d. to . . . . Tatton. 



Rob't Massy of Hale.= 



Richard Massy of Aldford fili s noth s nunc=pMargery d. to 
vivens 1566. Robinson. 



175 



Richard Massy of Aldford 1580.=p Alice da. to Thomas Havenscroft of Bretton. 



Elizabeth. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 104 b . Had. 1505, fo. 108".] 

Arms. — Quarterly Gules and Or, in the first and fourth quarters three fleurs-de-lis 

Argent, in the centre point a mullet for difference. 

Massy of Broxton. — As above, with a crescent on a mullet for difference. 

Massy of Coddington. — As above, with a martlet on a mullet for difference. 

Another Coat is also given thus ; — Quarterly Gules and Or, in the first and fourth 
quarters a roundle .... between three fleurs-de-lis Or. 

Hugh Massy of Potington. 

I 
W m Massy of Potington=p 



Morgan Mass; 
of Edgerley, 



John Massy of=p 
Coddiugton. 

itlagsi? of Btojr= 
ton. 



. . . d. & heire of 
. . . Holme. 

iftassi? of CToBBtttgton. 



Rob't Mass; 
of Edgerley 



to 

Huxley. 



John Massy=f Margrett d. & heire 



of Broxton. 



to Rich. Laiton of 
Broxton. 



I 

W m Massy of=p 
Coddiugton. 



1. Elizab.=j=W m Massy=f 2. Jone d. Edward=p d. 

d. to W m of Edger- j to Rafe Massy to W m 

Relance ley. Man- ofBrox- Snead 

[Balance] waring of ton. of 

of Bon- j Calveley. Ches- 

bury. ter. 



David Midleton of Chester 
married y e d. of Powell. 

Asms. — Gules, ona bend 
Argent three lions ram- 
pant Sable. 



176 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



A| 



Rob't Massy=pElizab. d. Jone vx v Tho 9 Massy=j=Eliz. d. & Anne vxo r S r W m 



of Edgerley 
1566. 



to Jn° 
ffilkin of 
Tatnall. 



Hugh 
Gittens 
of Wales. 



of Broxton. 



coheire Norrys of Speake. 
to David — 

Midle- Jane vx r S r Jn° 

ton. Salesbury of 

Levenne in Com. 

Denbigh. 



Rob't=Elizab. d. 


1 1 
Jane. 


1 1 
Katherin. 


1 , 
David=f 


lassy. to James 


— 


— 


Massy 


Starkey 


Eliza- 


Anne. 


of Brox- 


of Darley. 


beth. 




ton 
1566. 



: Doroty Wil- Jane vxor 

d. to liam. Simon 

Richard Thelwall. 
Ligh of =f= 

High 
Ligh. 



Hugh Massy 
of Broxton 
1580. 



: Anne d. & coheire 
to Randoll Dodd 
of Edge. 



Thomas. 



Anne vx 1 ' Hugh 
Bromley of 
Norbury & of 
Hampton Post. 



I I I 

Simon. Eliz. vx r Jane. 

Good- 
man. 



Rob't Massy of Coddington.=pDorothy d. to Hugh Calveley. 



Roger Massy=pElizab. d. to Randoll Hugh. Robert. 



of Codding- 
ton. 



Brereton of th'Excheq 1 
base sonne of Mallpas. 



William. 



Bartho- 
lomew. 



Elizabeth maried 

to Hugh Hulme 
of Coddington. 



1. Ellin d. to=pJohn Massy of=2. Margrett d. Elizabeth vxor Jane vxor Libias 



Tho 3 Daniell 
of Tabley. 



Coddington an 
1566 et 1580. 



to Randoll 
Bankell. 



W m Barneston. ffox of London. 



Thomas. 



JHasttvson of JlanttotcJ) anti jHastcrson oi 

TOintncjtom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 107. Had. 1505, fo. 111.] 
Arms. — Ermine, a chevron Azure between three garbs Or. 



Nicholas Masterson of Nantwicb.=pMargrett d. to . . . . Lecester of Tablev. 

a I 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



177 



A| 



Tho s Masterson=p. . . . d. to 



of Nantwich. 



Joddrell of 
Darbyshire. 



Rich. Masterson= 
of Winington. 



: 0iceley d. to . . , 
Brett [Birt] of 
Davenham. 



Tho s Masterson=T=Margrett d. to Roger Thomas Masterson=T=Marerett d. to Rob't 



of Nantwich. 



Margrett vx r 

Roger Walt- 
hall. 



Manwaring. 



of Wiiiiiigton. 



Smith of Cuerdley. 



Richard. John. Nicholas. Anthony. Mary. 



Elenor vx r Richard Margery vx r Tho s Anne married to 
Wilbrarn. Wetnall. Richard Hassall. 



I III 

Roger Mastcrson of=pElizabeth d. to Gilbert Thomas. John. Henry. 

Nantwich 1506. Walthall. 



I 
Richard Masterson of Nantwich. = 



I 



Lawrence. 



Mary vx 1 ' Lawrence Ropp of Stappeley. 



jfltalts of JtfUaUs* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 108.] 
Arms. — Argent, a bend between two lions' heads erased Sable. 



John Meales of Meales.=p. ... d. to ... . Poole of Poole in Cheshire. 
I 



Jn° Meales of Meales.=p. ... d. to ... . Starky of Stretton of the Nether hall. 



Tho 3 Meales of Meales.=j=Margrett d. to . . . . Banister of the Bank. 
I 

John Meales of=pKatherin d. to W m Thomas. William. Alice. Anne 
Meales 1566. Massy of Potington. 



Will'm. John. Thomas. Ellin. Margrett. Jane. Katherine. 

2 A 



178 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



jHcre oi jEere anti ftatostonu* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. lll b . Harl. 1505, fo. 115V] 

Arms. — Argent, a three-masted ship with sails lent Salle. 

Crest. — A mermaid p-opcr, tail Vert, crined Or, in the dexter hand a mirror, and in 
the sinister a comb [proper]. 

W m Mere of Mere.=f=. . . . d. to S r Lawrence ffittoit of Gosworth. 
I 



Thomas Mere. : 



I 



W m Mere=j=Margrett d. & coheire to Mathew Mere of=p Jone d. to Roger 



of Mere. 



Rafe Booth Esq r , 



Rawstorne. 



Millington. 



John Mere=pDulcia d. to Rich. Leigh Tho. Mere of=pKatherine d. to Rob't 

of Mere. of High Leigh. Rawstorne. Hill of Rawstorne. 



I I I I 

Isabell Margrett. Elizab. vx. Alice vxor John 

vxor Jn° Rob't Asbton of Ash- 

Ganby. Jackson. ton Croft. 



Margery vxor Roger 
Harper. 



Hugh Mere of Rawston 1566 mar. Eliz. Edward. Will'm. 
d. to Rob't Ligh of High Ligh. 



I I 

"W m Mere of Mere.=pDoroty d. to S r John Digby Elizab. vxor William 
of Kettleby. Milliugton. 



John Mere : 
of Mere 
1566. 



: Katherin d. to Mary vx r Henry Ellin vx 1 ' Rog r Alice mar. to Jn° 



S r Edward Chetton (Stret- Hurlton. 

ffitton. toji). 



Domvile of Lym. 



W m Mere=pParnell d. to John Dam- John. Mary. Mary vxor W m Ellin. 



of Mere. 



port widow to W m New 
ton of Pownall 



— Newton of 

Elizabeth. Pownall. Anne. 



I I I 

Marie. Margarett. Ellin. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 179 

jHiUinjjtmt oi jHtlltncjtom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 112.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and i. Azure, three millstones Argent. 2 and 3. Argent, an 
eagle displayed with two heads Sable. 

Roger Millington=pMargrett d. to S r John Leigh 
of Millinffton. of Boothes. 



I I III 

Rob't Millington=pKatherin d. to John Millington=j= Thomas. Gefferey. 

of Millington. Tho s Daniell maried in Bris- 

of Tablegh. tow. William. 



Roger s.p. William Millington.=pElizab. d. to John Mere of Mere. 



Roger Millington of=pElizab. d. to James Domvill John. Thomas. William. 



Millington 1580. 



of Limm. 



I II I I I I I 

John Mill-=pAnne d. to Roger maried James. George. Hugh. Doroty vx r 

Edw. Hoi- the d. of — — — John 

land of ffisher of William. Geffery. Henry. Branche of 

Denton. London. London. 



ington. 



William Millington. John. Edward. 



JWtilimjttin of 8pletom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 112 b .] 
Tho s Millington of Apleton in Com. Cestria3. ; 



Geffrey Millington.=j=. ... d. to John Legh of Bouthes. 



Robert a Clark. Richard Millington.=j=Blanch d. to W m Beswicke. 

I 

Robert Millington.=p Ciceley d. to Rich. Thomas. Elizab. vx r John Wright 

Marbury of Walton. of Bickley. 



I I I I I 

Richard Millington. =.... d. to John Thomas. John. Rob't. William. Jane. 
Browne. 



180 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



jiflmsijuU of jHmsIjutl an* iHinsfjull oi 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 108>>. Harl. 1505, fo. 112 b .] 

ARMS. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Azure, an esioile of six points issuing from a crescent 

Argent. 2 and 3. Sable, three bucks' i/eads cabossed Argent. [Bebington.] 
Crest. — Tiro lions' gambs couped and erect Gules, supporting a crescent. 

Minshull of Yardeswike bears the same Coat and Crest, with a crescent for 
difference. 

Joyter [John] Minshull=j=. . . . d. & heire of ... . 
of Minshull. Bebington. 



John Minshull of Minshull =FElizab. d. to S r Tho 9 Poole of Werrall. 



Edward=pKatherine 
Minshull d. to Rafe 
of Mins- Damport of 
hull. | Calveley. 



Jane vx 1 Rich. W m Minshull=p Margrett d. & Randoll 



Mavbury of 
"Walton. 



of Yardes- 
wick. 



coheire to 3 d sonne. 

Thomas ffitton 
of Pownall. 



Tho s Minshull of=j=MargareU d. & heire to Thom s Walker of 



Yardswick. 



Lee Grene & Elizab. his wife d. & coheire 
to John Ecrerton of "Wrinhill. 



Tho s =pElenor d. to W m . 
Minshull Peter Shaker- 



of 

Yardes 
wik. 

Thomas. 



ley of Holme. 



=Gertrude d. 
to Thomas 
Minshull 
of War- 

mincham. 



Richard. 

Christopher. 



Elizabeth. 

Mary vxor Owen 
Roidon [Owen Mow 
of Groshdkan~\. 

Doroty vxor George 
Wind. 



1 

John= 


pMargrett d. 


1 1 
Hugh. 


1 1 
Edward. 


1 

George= 


=Jane d. 


1 1 
Ellenor vx r 


Minshull 


to Tho s 


— 


— 


Minshull 


to John 


.... Cotton 


of Mins- 


Hough of 


James. 


Richard. 


of Wood- 


Harvy of 


of Cotton. 


hull. 


Leighton. 






norton 
in Nor- 
folke. 


Ickworth 
in Com. 
Suff. Esq. 


Elizab. vx 1 ' T 
Hallam of 
Lecester. 




1 

William 


1 
Edward, ffraunces. Honor. Bridgett. 



John Minshull 
of Minshull. 



Richard. 



Isabell vx r 

Xp'ofer 

ffrogg. 



Katherine vx r 
John Poole of 
Poole. 



Alice vxor "W m 
Croxton of 
Ravinscroft. 



Jane. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 181 

jHonte^Ito (touljjo JHonfjalt), 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 99.] 

Barons of Hawarden, Stewards of Chester. Hawarden al's Harden in Com. Flint. 
Mold Corrupt 8 . 

Haec est Conveutio facta inter Joh'em de Montealto et Elenam rxorem ejus ex vna & Ric'in 
de Stockport ex altera vid' Quod cum predict* Ric'us et Joh'es vnanimi Consensu Dilectum sibi 
Walterum de Kantia Clericum, ad Eccl'iam de Prestbury in Com. Cestr' vacante nuper pre- 
sentassent qua quidem Advocatio ad d'num Joh'em ratione dotis vxoris su;e ad manerium suum 
de Puenton pertinet Quod quidem manerium post dccessum D'na? Eleuae d'co Ric'o et haeredibus 
suis vt hiereditalis suae vna cum advocac'o'ne Dictae reverti debent : Ita convenit inter eos, quod 
&c. Testibus D'no Galfrido de Chedle, Petro de Arderne militib', Rogero de Davenport, Ric'o de 
Worth, W'mo de Hawardin et alijs. 

Drawing of arms from a seal, inscribed S. Joh'is de Montealto. Arms : — A 
lion rampant, a label of three points. 

Drawing of oval seal, inscribed S. Helenje de Stockport. A female figure 
holding in the dexter hand a shield charged with three lozenges, and in the sinister 
hand a shield quarterly, and over all a bend charged with three .... 

Drawing of a circular seal, inscribed S. Alicia de Hatjteine. Three shields, 
the bases meeting in the centre of the seal. 1. Lozengy, abend. 2. Two bends 
sinister, a label of three points. 3. Per fess, a label of four points. 

Joh'es Massy de Potington miles Senescall* D'nae Elizabethan Comitissae Sar' D'nae de 
Monhalt et Hawarden A 3" H. 4. 

Elizabetha Comitissa Sarum D'na de Hawarden An G H. 4. 

Carta Rob'ti de Montealto senescalli Cestriae. Dat. 30 E. 1. In qua facit mentione' D'no 
Rogerij de Montealto fratris sui Qui cum Mortu* erat, et det terras in valle Montis-alti (vulgo 
Molsdale in Com. Flint). 

Drawing of arms from a seal. Arms : — A lion rampant. 



jHmrfmlt 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 99".] 

Arms. — Azure, a lion rampant Argent. 

Crest. — A lion's gamb erect Argent, holding an oak branch Vert, fructed Or. 

Omnib' hoc Bcriptum visuris Roger de Montealto Senescall 8 Cestriae Sal'tern. Sciatis q'd 
ego me Constitui Plcgium Senena vxore Griffeth filio Lewellini principis WaJlise &e. Dat. An° 
25 Rs. H. 3. 

Finalis Concordia inter Rogerum de Montealto Scnescall 5 Cestriae & Thomam Abbem 
Cestriao de duabus bovatus terras in Neston cum advocac'o'e Eccliae et confirmatio omnium 
antecessorum suorum An" 42 H. 3. 

antiqua $Jrosapta 9c ftlontraito. 

Normannus.=p 



Hugo filius Xormauni. Rudolfus filius Nornaanni.=p 

A I 



182 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



A| 



Rogerus de Montealto.=j= 



Radulfus de Rob'tus de Montealto : 
Montealto. Dapifer Comitis 
Cestrite. 



Rogerus de Will'in's Rector Ecclias 
Montealto. de Neston in Werrall. 



Rogerus de=pCicelia soror Husouis 



Montealto 

Senescallus 

Cestriffi. 



D'Abigny Com. Arun- 
delliEe. 



Will'in's filli s David=pBeatrix de Montealto 
de Malo-passu. Concnbina. 



David de Malpas Alius naturalis. 



1. Elena=. Johannes de=2. Millisent Rob't s deMonte- 

Relicta Montealto < lantelop alto Senescallus 

Rob't sine exitu. postea vxor Cestr. An 3 

Stockport. Eudonis de Edw. 1. 

la Zouch. 



=Johanna Blanch vxor 
quae 
super 
vixit. 



Phillippi de 
Orreby junior. 



Roger 8 de Montealto=Johanna filia Rob'tus de Montealto=Emma quas 
Senescallus Cestriaa Rogeri Domini fecit Isabellam R. super vixit. 

25 E. 1 sine prole. Clifford. Angliag haered' suam 

obijt 3 Edw. 3. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 111.] 

Ex carta valde Antiqua. 

Ego Rogeras de Monte Beg'on dedi Joh'i Malherb fratri meo totam terram meam de 
Croxton, sine data. 

Drawing of a seal, Plate I., Fig. 12. 



jHmton of jHottom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 110 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 111 1 .] 

Aems. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a greyhound courant Sable, 2 and 3. Gules, 

a cross engrailed Ermine. [Macclesfield.] 
Chest. — A wolf's head couped .... collared tvith a wreath Argent and Vert. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



183 



Ita convenit inter Mag'rum Jordan* de Macclesfeld ex vna & Ric'um filium Grahami dc 
Morton ex alter'. Q'd predict" Ric'us conoedit prefato mag'ro Jordano Muritagium Joh'is filij 
sui vt hajredis predicti JIag'ri Jordani &c. Dat. apud Congleton A 7 E. 3. 

S r Gralam de Lostock.=j=Letticc. 
I 



Galfrid de Lostock Lord of Little Morton.=FMillisent. 



Gralam de= 
Morton. 



Rich. Lettice vx r Adam Margaret vx r Robert 
Merton. Knipersley. 



Rich. Morton=f=Beatrix 1329 had the moiety Ellin vxor 



9 E. 2, 1334. 



of Oldfeld by enfeoffing 



Rob't Rode. 



Jordan 3 de Mac-= 
clesfeld. 



William Rafe. 
Morton. 

Thomas. 



I 

Alice 

vxor 
Ric. 
Vernon. 



Ill I 

John Morton=pMargret John Milisent vx 1 ' Mary vx r 

d. & co- s.p. Rob't Holt 

heire. 



19 E. 3 
1345. 



Rich. Morton.=j= 

Ralfe Morton.=p 
I 

Rich. Morton 16 H. 6.=f= 



Gerbery. 



Ellin vx r W m Savage 
of Maxfeld. 



I 

Ralfe Morton 17 H. 1: 



John. 



TY m Morton=pAlice d. to 



of Morton. 



S r Andrew 
Brereton. 



S r Rich. 

Morton. 



Jone wife .... married to John ffitton 
to John younger brother to ffitton of 
Bellett. Gosworth. 



Tv" m Morton=pAnne [Jam] Rafe. 



of Morton 
1566. 



d. to Rob't 

ffoulsherst. 



Anne vxor Alice vx r Elizab. vxor W m 
.... Tho s Rode Yardley of Yardley. 

Colborne of Rode. — 

[Golbm-nc]. Margrett vx r S r 

George Calveley s.p. 



1. Elizab. d. to Richard=John Morton=p2. Anne d. to John Damport 



Sutton of Sutton. 



of Morton. of Damport. 



TV 



I 



I 



I 



m Morton. John. Toby. Mary. Alice. 



184 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



J&rtifiam of i^fjrtrinton & of Cranacjt* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 115". Harl. 1505, fo. 119 1 '.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 9. Argent, a bend engrailed Azure between two bucks' 1 
heads cabossed Sable. 2. Quarterly per fess indented Gules and Or. 
[Bromley.] 3. Argent, on a chevron (Jules five bezants. [Chetelton.] 
4. Quarterly Argent and Sable, in the second and third quarters a fleur-de-lis 
Or, over all a bendlet Gules. [Hextall.] 5. Sable, a chevron engrailed 
between three owls Argent. [Hewit ?] 6. Or, a chief indented Azure. 
[Butler ?] 7. Gules, a scythe Argent. [Praers.] 8. Argent, a garb Vert. 

Crest. — Out of a crown palisado Or a buck's head proper , attired of the first. 



Tho" Needhanv 
of Shevinffton. 



=Maud d. to S r W m Brereton 
of Brereton. 



W m Needhani=f Isabell d. & coheire to S r John Bromley & heire to 



of Shevington. 



her mother Jone d. & heire to William Hexstall. 



3 r Rob' 



t Needham.^pAnne d. to . . . . Manwaring of Baddeley. 



Thomas Needham.=pAnne d. to S r John Talbott of Grafton. 



I III 

Rob't Needham=pffrances d. to John. Anne vx r Jane. Margery vx r George 



of Shevington. 



S r Edw. Aston 
of ThicksaU. 



Eich. 
Bulkeley. 



Coyney 2 a sonne [of 
John Coyne'] of 
Weston in Com. 
Staff. 



Robert Needham. 



i&ttoton of Coole* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 115.] 

Amis. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a cross forme'e Sable, the ends flory Or. 2. 
Argent, on a bend Sable three birds of the field. [Hinton.] 8. Per fess 
indented Sable and Argent six fleurs-de-lis counterchanged. [Hinton.] 

Crest. — An eagle's leg erased Sable, entwined by a snake Or. 

John Newton of Beverley.=p 
I 

I 

S r Peter Newton. =pMaud d. to Richard Cholmley. 



Arthur 

Newton. 



Thomas 
s.p. 



John Newton=pElizab. 
of Coole. I to . . . 



d. & coheire 
, Hinton. 



Elenor vx r Thom s 
Hutton of Salop. 



ffrancis son 
& heire. 



Margrett. 



I 

Charles. 



Anne. Mary. Elizabeth. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



185 



Hetoton of ItotonalL 

[Had. 1424, fo. 114". Harl. 1505, fo. 118".] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Argent, a lion rampant gueue'e fovirchee Sable, charged on the 
shoulder with a cross formic Or. [Powxall.*] 2. Argent, on a bend Azure 
three garbs Or, a crescent for difference. [Fittox.] 3. Argent, three birds' 
heads Sable, erased \beaked~] Or. [Erdeswick.] 4. Argent, on a cross 
engrailed Asure five garbs Or. [Milxetox.] 5. Quarterly Vert and Argent, 
over all a lion rampant Gules. [Oltox.] 6. Argent, a chevron Sable between 
three wrens Gules. [Wrexbcry.] 

Rich, ffitton of Bollin.=f= 



Rich, ffitton of Rollin. Hugh ffitton of Pownall.- 



W m Newton.=p TIi,o $ ffitton of Pownall:- 



W m Newton.=p Rich, ffitton of Pownall. =j= 



Oliver Newton. =p Nico' ffitton=j=Margrett d. & coheire to Jn° Olton & of Margret 



of Pownall. 



d. & heire to S r John Wrenbury. 



I 



Rich. Newton.=p. ... d. to ... . Lawrence Tho s Fitton=p. ... d. to ... . Man- 



of Denby. 



of Pownall. 



waring of Croxton. 



I 



Humfrev Newton^pEllin d. & coheire Margrett vx r W m Minshull 



of Pownall. 



to ffitton. 



of Yardswike. 



William Newton=FKatherine d. to S r John 



of Pownall. 



Manwaring of Peever. 



William Newton=pParnell d. to John Damport of Damport 
of Pownall. after mar. to W m Mere. 



W m Newton of=Margrett d. to John. Randoll. Humfrey. Katherine. Amu-. 
Pownall 1580. Jn° Mere of 
Mere. 



* TThe true coat of Newton of Pownall was Vert, a tun in fess Or.— J. P. R.] 
L 2 B 



186 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



j^artap of Cijtsttr, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 114. Harl. 1505, fo. 118.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, on a chevron engrailed between three lulls' 
heads cabossed Sable, a crescent for difference. 2. Per pale Or and Argent, an 
eagle displayed Sable. [Bird.] 3. Argent, an ass's head erased Sable. 

[HOCKENHULL ?] 

Henry Norbury of Stoke in com. Surrey.=p 



S r Henry Norbury. John Norbury of ffrodesharn— Jane d. & beire to John 



A^ 2 a son. 



Bird of Yowley. 



John Norbury of ffrodesham.=p Alice d. to Edm d Broughton of fflintsh. 



John Norbury of Chester=rJUme d. and sole heire to Rob't ap 



An 1566. 



Thomas of fflinlshire. 



Marerett. Alice. Elizabeth. 



J^utfmll oi Cattenijall 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 116.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a shackbolt Sable. 2. Argent, a griffin segreant 
Sable. [Griffin.] 3. Sable, a buck's head cabossed Argent, attired Or. 
[Horton*.] 

Robert Griffin of Cattenhall 42 E. 3. Madock de Horton. 

John Griffin of Cattenhall. David de Horton. 



Nicholas Griffin 1 H. 5. John de Horton.=pMaud d. to Hugh Hop- 

I kin son. 

John Griffin of Cattenhall.=p W m Horton 35 H. 6.=p 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 



187 



a| 



John Nuthall=j=Agnes d. & heire. 
17 E. 4. I 



John. Roger Horton.=rAlice d. to S r 

Thomas Mauley. 



Richard Nuthall of Tattenhall 20 H. 7.=pJane d. & heire to Roger Horton. 

I 

I I 

William s. prole. Rich. Nuthall of Cattenhall.=p Alice sister to Rich. Hurltou. 

I 

I 
John Nuthall of Cattenhall=p.Jane d. of Robert Newport of Sandon 



1580. 



in Staffordsh. 



John Eetatis 3 annor'm 1580. 



€>Itmt of sectnall 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 118. Harl. 1505, fo. 122.] 



Rob 1 Olton of Wetnall.= 
Arms. — Quarterly — Az. 
& Gul., over all a 
lion ramp. Art/. 



=Maud d. to Roger Hatton of Groppnall. 
Arms. — Az., on a chev. betw. 3 garbs 
Or, a trefoil Sa. 



Randall^ 
Olton 
of Wet- 
nail. 



: Margrett d. Rafe. Maud vx r Rich. Ciceley vx. W m Katherin 
to Rafe — RutterofNorley. Milton of Lee vx r Tho. 

Bostock of Roger. — grene. Melon of 

Norcroft. — Elenor vx r Rob't — Minshull. 

John. Weld of Eaton. Jone vxor Ran- 

doll Dodd of 
Lee Grene. 



I I I I I I I I I 

Tho s Olton John. Rafe. Robert. Henry. Emme. Elenor. Isabell. Ciceley. 

of Wetnall. 



188 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 117.] 

Omnibus, &c. Phillipp de Orreby Sal't'm Sciatis quod ego & hseredes mei annuatiin tenement' 
reddere Ric'o filio Rogeri de Tagesbroe 12 solidos p'° medietate Molendine de Aluadlegh &c. 
Testib 8 Warino de Vernon, Will'mo de Venables, Roger Mesinger, Hamone de Massy. W'mo de 
Malopassa, Ric'o filio Lidulphi, Rob'to de Bamviie, Ric'o de Kingsley, Petro de Frodesham, &c. 

Drawing of a seal, Plate I., Fig. 13. 
Alardus. 



Herbert D'n's de Orreby in Com. Lincoln. 
Arms. — Erm., 3 chevrons & a canton Gules. 



Johannes de Orreby 29 H. 3. 



Gilbert 1256 vx r . 

Somervile. 



Eobert Somervile. 
I 



Robert=pMargrett d. to S r John Burgh niece 
1307. to Hubert de Burgh Earle of Kent. 



John Clark of 3 August 11 E. 2 (sic). 



Edmund. Phillip de Somervile. 



Jone vxor Rice ap Griffith 
I 



Eliz. vxor Jn° Stafford. 



I 



vx r Eoberti Willoughby. Maud vx 1 ' Ah-ed de Juleni. 
W m Willoughby. Normannus de Juleni. 



Robert. 



Aluredus de Juleni. 



J 



S r Phillip de Orreby Justice=pAlice de Thomas Herbert de Orbj 



of Chester. 

Arms. — Erm., 3 chev. Gu., 

on a canton of the 2 d a 

lion pass. Or. 



Bamviie. Orreby. Lord of Gosworth. 

Arms. — Arg., 2 

chev. & a 

canton Qui. 



=Lucia d. & 
heire to 
Gos- 
worth. 



Phillip de=pLuca de ffoulk de Orrby L : Richard de Thomas de Orreby. 



Orrby. 



Anne d. & heire. 



Monhalt. of Dalbyin Linco. Orrby. 
vixit 1242. 



Arms. — Erm., 2 chev. 
& a canton Gu. 



Thomas de 
Orreby. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 189 

B| 



I I I 

S r John de Orreby L: of ffoulk Snppleton & Dalby vixit Phillip Isabell vxo r 

10 E. 3 maried Isabell sister to Robert Tatishall and s.p. Tho s ffitton. 

after Jone who after was maried to Henry fiz Henry. 



Phillipp 9 defifloreuce d. & heire to S r John Lawrence ffitton de 



Orreby. 

r 



Delaniere of Essex. Gosworth. 



John de Orreby Lord and Baron of Candesley : 
vixit 24 E. 3. 

Arms. — Per pale dexter, Gules, hvo lions 

passant in pale Argent ; sinister . . . . 

a bend . . . . ; over all a label of five 

points Or. 



: Margrett living 
24 E. 3. 



Henry Lord Percys Jone d. & heire. 
I 



Mary vx r Robert Lord Ross of Hamlake s.p. 



©roll 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 117 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 121 b .] 

Arms of Orrell. — Argent, three torteaux in bend between two bendlets Gules, a 
chief Sable. 

Orrell. 



S r Rich. Orrell. Adam.=p 



S r John Orrell. Thomas de Orrell.=j= 

J 

John s.p. Adam de Orrell.=pJane. 



Nicholas Orrell.=pEllin Stanley. 



Henry Tarbock of Tarbock. : 



Robert fiz : Henry founder of Richard of Tarbock.= 

the Abbay of Burscough. Arms. — Or, an eagle's leg erased 

Gu. on a chief indented Az. 
a 3 plates. b 



190 

A 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



|B 



Richard de Tarbock. 1 



Henry de Tarbock.=pEllin. 



[According to Earl. MS. 1505.] 
Richard Tar -bock.^ Maud HaydocJc. Eichard Tarbock.=p Maud Haydock 



Henry Tarboclc- 



Richard Tarbock.^Margret Wetnall. Henry Tarbock.=j=Margrett Wetnall. 
I I 



Henry de TarbocL^Isabell. 



Henry de Tarbock.=f=Isabell. 



I 



S r Rich d Tarbock mar. Jane. S r Henry Tarbock.=f Katherine Halsall. 

J 

Jn° Tarbock.=?=Clemence Standish. W m Tarbock.=pCiceley Hudleston. 



Robert=rMargery d. to Hugh. William=rElizabeth Henry died Margery 



Orrell. 



S r Jn° Massy — Orrell 
of Tatton John. 

widow to S r 
Jn° Bromley. 



d. & ward to S r died ward 

heire. John Stan- to S 1 ' Jn° 

ley. Stanley. 



Robert Orrell of=rAgnes Tilesley. Ralfe Orrell.=pAlice d. to 
Orrell. Tildesley. 



Jn° Orrell of Orrell.=f Helene Aderton. W m Orrell.=pKatherin Ormeston 



Henry Orrell.=pEUen Leland. 2. Agnes Ormeston. =pRalfe Orrell.=pl. Anne d.to 



W m Orrell of Orrell in 
Com. Lane. 1583. 



I 

r i _ i 

Rafe. William. Katherin. 



W m Lathom 
of Parbold. 



I 



John Orrell of Turton^ 
in the Mores in com. 
Lane. 



^Elizab. Butler heire Thomas Mary vxor Jn° 
to Isabel Claiton. 2 d son. Bradshaw of 

the Haw. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 191 

Oj D 

I I I 

W m Orrell of Turton in the Mores in com. ffrancis. Richard. 
Lane, living 1583. 



lich 



Richard Tarbock.=p. ... d. to Tho. Daniell. 



Henry maried Agnes ffrevill & died s.p. S r WilTm Tarbock.=pMargery Stanley. 



Thornas=pJane Henry. Richard Tarbock al's Smith of Newcastle vnder 



Tarbock. 



More. 



Lyne in Com. Staff. ^ 



W m maried Katherin Gerard Edward Tarbock=j=Doroty d. to S r George Cotton 

& d. s.p. living 1583. I of Cumbermere. 



Edward. Thomas. Mary. 



^oolt at l^oolt, in WLtmll 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 118 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Azure, a lion rampant Argent within an orle of fleurs- 
de-lis Or, 2. Argent, a chevron Sable between three bucks' heads cabossed 
Gules. [Called Brttereton.] 3. Gules, a chevron between three capons 
Argent. [Capenhurst.] 

1. Crest. — A buck's head cabossed Gules, attired gobony Or and Azure. 

2. Crest. — A gryphon's head erased Azure, beaked and ducally gorged Or. 

This Creast with the Staggs head was given to W m Poole of Werrall Esq r p' 
Tho. Wriothesley Garter & John Young al's Norroy Kinges of Armes A 1513, 
4 yeare of K. H. 8. 

EX CARTIS JOH'lS POOLE IN WERRALL. 
Sciant p'n'tes &c. Quod ego Joli'es de Capenhurst dedi Thomse filio meo & Johanna; vxori 
eius Kic'i del bough de Thornton : Quinq' messuag' & totam terram meam in Capenhurst. Dat. 
apud Capenhurst An 17 E. 3. 

Drawing of a seal of the arms of Capenhurst — A chevron between three capons. 

[^ultston.] 

S r Roger Pulesdon slaine in Wales. 



S r Richard 12 E. 1. 

Robert. 

John. 

Roger. 



I 

William. 

Jordan. 

D. & heire vx r Morton. 

D. & heire vx r Home. 



192 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



S r Roger. 
S r Edward. 



Roger.=Anne sister to Sir Thomas Grosvenor of Eaton. Edward. 



William Poole of Poole.=F 
I 

Thomas Poole of Poole.=p 
I 



S r W m Poole of Poole.=p. . . . d. to S r . . . . Manwaring of Peever. 



S r Thomas=FGrace d. to 



Poole of 
Poole. 



vx r 

Billing- 
ton. 



S r Edward 
ffitton of 
Gose worth. 



Ealfe Poole of Chester 
of whom Poole of 
Anuesley in com. Nott. 
is discended. 



Richard— Mary d. to 



Poole 3d 
sonne. 



Ealfe Pern- 
bridge. 



Margery Mary vxor Blanch vxor Robert=pBenett d. to John Poole 



Whit- 
more. 



Rich 3 Bonbury Poole, 
of Stanney. 



Robert. ffrances a daughter. 



Tho 8 Bois 

of Nonington Will'm Poole. 

in Kent. 

Mary d. & 
heire vx r S c 
Nico' Heron. 



Thomas. Randoll 

— parson 

John. of Wes- 

ton. 



8 r W m =pMargrett 



Poole. 



d. to Tho 8 

Hough of 
Leighton. 



Elizabeth vxor 
Ju° Minshull. 

Margrett vxor 
Tho s Starbrigge. 



Rafe Poole 
base sonne. 



1. Katherine : 
d. to Jn° 
Minshull of 
Minshull. 



Tho. Poole^Mary d. to S r John 
of Poole. Talbott of Grafton. 



"I 



Mabell vx. Rich. 
Standish. 

Isabell vxor .... 
Hurlton or Hudle- 
ston. 



Maud vx r S r Thomas Grosvenor 
& after to Rob't ffletcher. 



=John Poole=2. Susan d. to 
of Poole S r Edward 

living an° ffitton. 
1566 & 
an 1580. 



I I I I 
Randoll. 

Thomas. 

William. 

Barnabas. 



Margrett vxo r 
George Vernon 
of Richmond. 

Elizab. vx r 
John Butler 
of Dunstable. 



ffran- 
cisca. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



193 



A| 



John=pMary d. to 



Poole. 



S r Rowland 
Stanley. 



I I 

William. 

Rowland. 



Margrett vx r Maud vx r Anne. 

Richard Skrim- John — 

sher of Norbury. Culchett. Bridgett. 



I 
Henry tetatis 2 annor'm 
et ampl 3 1580. 



John. 



Mary. 



Elenor. 



$arr of BafccfmU 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 119 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, two bars Azure, within a bordure engrailed 
Sable bezantee. 2 and 3. Argent, three tortcaux, each charged with a fleur- 
de-lis of the field, on a chief Azure a bugle-horn [unstringed] Or between two 
pheons Argent. [Barrow.] 

Thomas Parr of Bakeford.=p 
I 

John Parr of Bakeford.=F 



W m Parr of Bakeford.=pElizabeth d. & coheire to Tho s Barrow of Chester. 
I 

Rob 4 Parr of Bakeford Esq r =Elenor d. to Rob't 
156G & 1580. Langton of Lane. 



Prcstlantu 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 119 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Sable, on a chevron between three bulls' heads cabossed 
Argent, a mullet for difference. 2 and 3. Azure, a lion rampant Or. [Sound.] 

St. pier. 

David S* Pier.=p 



Rob't de Sent Pier.=pJone d. & heire to Thomas Sound. 



2 c 



194 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Vrian de S* Pier.=p John. 

L 

William de Prestland.=pAlice d. to Urian 8' Pier. 



Kichard de Prestland.=FEllin d. to Rich. Astou of Aston. 



Richard de Prestland.=pMargary d. to Robert Manwaring of Sleep. 



John Prestland of Prestland.=p 

! 

I I I I I I I 

Hugh Prestland. Margret. Alice. Elizabeth. Maud. Jane. Anne. 



&abtnscroft oi Brctton. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 120.] 

Arms. — Quarter!// of six — 1 and 6. Argent, a chevron between three ravens' heads 
erased Sable. [Ravenscroft.] 2. Azure, semee de lis, and a lion rampant 
guardant Argent. [Holland.] 3. Argent, three bulls' heads erased Sable. 
[Skevixotox.] 4. Sable, three garbs Or, within a bordure of the second. 
[Brickhill.] 5. Argent, on a bend Vert three spades of the field. [Swet- 
tenilul] 

Crest. — On a chapeau Gules, turned up Ermine, a lion statant guardant Argent. 

Hugh de Brickhill to whom Roger de Monhalt=pMary d. & heire 



gave the mansion house of Bretton. 



of ... . Swetnam. 



William Skevington.=pMary d. & heire. 



John Skevington.= 



W m Ravenscroft.=f= Rafe Holland.=i=Rose d. & heire. 



I I I 

Hugh de Ravens-=T=Isabell d. & coheire Alice vs r Rob't 

croft. to Ralfe Holland. Winington, 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



195 



Henry Ravenscroft was cosin &=p. ... d. to S r Walter 



heire to Thomas Swetnam. 



I 



Radcliil'. 



Rafe Ravenscroft of Bretton=pAnne 3 d d. to John Stanley brother 
in fflint nere Chester. I to Tho 8 Earle of Darby. 



George Ravenscroft. =j=Elenor d. to Thomas Elenor vx 1 ' .... Redish 
Powell of Moston. of Groppnall. 



Thomas Ravenscroft.=pKatherine 3 d. to Rich. 
Grosvenor of Eaton. 



I 
Peter. 

I 

John. 



I II II 

George Ravens-=pDoroty d. Ralfe Elizab. vx 1 ' S r Tho. Maud Alice vx r 

croft of Bretton & heire maried Egerton M r of the vx r Rich. 

1580. to John Massy of Rolles now Lord John Massy of 

Davis Codding- Keeper. Hope. Aldford. 

esq r . ton's d. 



I I I I I I I I . 

Thomas. William. Ralfe. Edward. Roger. Henry. Anthony. Katherme. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 120 b .] 



Arms. — Argent, two qualrefoils Sable, a chief of the second. 
Crest. — A wolf's head .... collared .... 



Robert Rode.=p 
J 



Rich. Rode gave his lands to Rob' de Rode t'pe Gralani 
his brother Rob't. de Morton. 

Tho. Rode who gave his lands to his uncle Rob't. 

Henry Rode.=p 



John Rode whoe released his Inheritance &c. 



196 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 
Rich. Rode of Rode in Com. Cestrise.=p 



I 
Thomas Rode.=p 



Thomas Rode.=p. ... d. to ... . Manwaring of Croxton. 
I 



Thomas Rode of Rode.=pJane d. to Rich. Winington of Winington. 
I 

1. Alice d. to W m =f=Tho 3 Rode of=2. Elizab. d. to Thomas Hall John Rode=p 



Morton of Morton. 



Rode 1566. of Buntingsdale. 



2 d sonne. 



Randoll Rode of=rAnne d. to Edward Barker of 
Rode 1580. Ulkerton in Com. Salop. 



4 sonnes. 



r i i i i 

Tho. ffitatis 17 annor'm 1580. Katherine. Alice. Margarett. Barbara. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 121».] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a lion rampant Gules between five pheons Salle. 
2 and 3. Gules, three hoars' heads erased \_couped?~\ Argent. [Stapeley.] 

Lawrence Ropp of Stapeley =p. . . . d. & heire of ... . Stapeley of Cheshire. 



| &opj) of Cftorlton 

John Ropp=rElenor d. to Lawrence Lawrence Ropp=p Alice d. & coheire to Tho' 



of Stapeley. 



ffrodsham of Elton. 



borne before 
the wedding. 



Dutton of Mere in Com. 
Staff, younger brother to 
Dutton. 



Randoll Ropp of=Margery 
Chorlton 1566. Ashley. 



Richard Ropp- 

2 d sonne. 



I I I 

Edm d . Ellin. Margrett. 



Lawr. Ropp=pElenor 
of Stapley. d. to S r 
Henry 
Delves. 



John. Alice vxor Margrett vxor Jane vx r John 

— Rob't Lawr. Wood- Trevers. 

Richard. Bromley nett of Shev- — 

of Bas- ington. Ciceley vxor Ran- 

ford. doll More of 

Heathall. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 197 



Henry Kopp of=pCiceley d. to S r Thorn. John. Elizab. vx r Ciceley. 
Stapeley 1580. ffoulshurst. .... Poole. 



Lawrence Ropp=Mary d. to Rich. Bridgett Ciceley. Elizabeth. Anne, 
of Stapeley. Masterson of s.p. 

Nantwich. 



&oto of JWajtftto, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 121.] 
Arms. — Argent, a beehive surrounded by bees volant Sable. 

Steven Row of Maxfeld.=p. . . . d. to . . . . Downes. 



Roger Row of Maxfeld.=f=. ... d. to ... . ffitton of Gosworth. 



Richard Row of Maxfeld.=p. ... d. to ... . Leigh of Baguley. 



Roger Row of Maxfeld.=p. ... d. to ... . Worth of Tiderington. 

Rich. Row of Maxfeld.=pElenor d. to John Benett of Bugworth 
in Darbyshire. 



Roger Row of Maxfeld 1580.=r Alice d. to Ralfe Hely yeoman. 



Rich, astatis 30 Roger. Rafe. Thomas. Stephen. Isabell. Margrett. 
annor'm 1580. — 

William. 



Gutter of Ikincjesle^ 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 122.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Gules, three garbs Or, on a chief Azure, a lion passant 
Aryent. 2 and 3. Vert, a cross enyrailed Ermine. [Kingsley.] 

William Eutter of Kingesley.=f= 

±1 



198 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

Aj 

Thomas Rutter of Kingesley .=j=Grace d. to Manley of Manley. 



W m Rutter of Kingesley .=f Margaret cl. to Hugh Grimsdich of Grimsdich. 



Thomas Rutter of=pMargery d. to R. Spurstow Rich. Rutter=Maud d. to Rob't 



Kingesley 1566. 



of Spurstow. of Norley. Olton of Wetnall. 



imaa Rutter of=FAnne d. to W m Spark John 



Thomas Rutter of=pAnne d. to W m Spark John. Mary vsor Robert 



Kingesley 1580. 



of Kingsley. Whitney. 



William. Thomas. George. Richard. Marie. Elenor. Margarett. Elizabeth. 



[Sabacjc Dcerjs.] 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 123. Harl. 1505, fo. 126.] 

EX CARTIS ET EVIDENCIIS JOHANNIS SAVAGE, MILITIS. 

Carta Gilberti de Bostock in qua quiet' clamavit Warino de Vernon Piscatura' de Dauen. 
Testibus Ric'o Vernon fr'e Warino de Vernon, Ric'o filio Martini Banaster, Kic'o filio Warini de 
Vernon, Rad'o, WiU'mo & Rob'to fratrib" ejusdem Ric'o. 

Drawing of a circular seal, inscribed S. Gilberti de Bostock, bearing in the 
circle, and not on a shield, an eagle displayed, the beak turned to siuister. 

Ego Hugo de Altarip 9 fili 9 Auda? Maubanck Concessi Warino de Vernon Patri meo in lege, 
et Warino filio suo fratri meo, et ha^redib 9 Warini fratris mei. 

Conventio facta inter D'nam Phillippa Maubank ex vna & D'n'ra Warrinu' de Vernon et 
vnam Audam Maubank, sponsam ipsi 9 Warini ex altera scil't quod ipsa H'na Phillippa in hgea 
potestate relaxavit &c. 

Ego Anda Mavbank de/li Matlwo de Vernon filio meo totem terrain meam in Brichhull qua 
mihi tuereditare accidit a D'no Thoma Bassett et ejusfamina D'na Phillippa Maubank. 

Henric 9 de Alditheleg' oib's &c. Noveritis me dedisse D'no Warino de Vernon & Alda 
Maubank vxori eius D'num meum apud Acton &c. 

Ego Alicia filia W'mi de Maubank et Joh'i de Waleia filio meo terrain meam in Campis 
Wich Maubank vers 9 mediam. Testib 9 Warino de Vernon filio suo W" Patrick, &c. 

Drawing of arms from a seal, inscribed S. Henrici de Alditheleg. Arms : 
— Fretty, on a canton a cross patee. 

Carta Rad'i de Vernon, Ch'l'r. Dat. apud Wicum— Malbanum A 1341. 

Drawing of a circular seal, inscribed S. Radulphi de Vernon. Arms:— A 
bend. Crest :— On an esquire's helmet a bear's head. 

Will'mus fili' Gilberti de Bostock remisit D'no suo Warino de Vernon &c. 

Radus' de Vernon D'ns de Shipbrook Carta data An" 6 E. 3, 1332. 

The seale a man on horseback with these Armes [a bend]. 

Drawing of arms from a seal, inscribed Sigillum Margareta Le Strange. 
Arms : — Per pale, dexter, on a fesse three garbs ; sinister, two lions passant in pale. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



199 



[Harl. 1424, to. 123 b .] 

Anno 1327 & A 2 E. 3. Indenture facta inter Will'm'm fil'rn Ric'i de Baggeley et Clemen- 
tiam vxorem eius et Kic'm filiu' Bob'ti de Bulkleigh & Agnetam vxorem eius de particione 
ha?reditatis qua? fuit prsedictse Clenieutia? & Agnetis filiab' et haeredes Rogeri de Chedle. 



W m Daniers. 



Tho. Daniers. 



S r Thomas=p Isabell. 
Daniers. 



Edward de Chedle. 



Rob't de Chedle Lord of 
Chedle & Clifton. 



Roger de=pMaud. 
Chedle. I 



S r John=Margrett=S r Peter 
Savage. Daniers. Leigh. 



vxor 

Daniers 

(sic). 



Clemence vxor W m son 

to Rob't de Baggeley. 

Arms. — Or, three 

lozenges Azure, impaling 

Argent a /esse dancette 

Gules. 



Agnes vxo r 
Rich, sonne 
to Rob't de 
Bulkleigh. 



Hamon de Bagguley. 



Dat. 



Carta Johanna Cornitissa? Lincolnia? de terris concessiB W'mo D'no de Aldelyne. 
13 E. filij E. 

Drawing of a seal, inscribed S. Johanna Cohitiss^e Lincolnia. Thereon 
three shields in triangle, with the bases outwards — 1. Two bars. 2. A lion 
rampant. 3. Fretty. 

Omnibus &c. Margareta que fuit vxor Joh'is Savage filia & hseres Thoma? Daniers militis 
confirmo Joh'i de Savage filio meo primogenito, terras sibi descendentes post mortem Thomas 
Daniers patris mei etc. Dat. An" 3 H. 5. 

Drawing of arms from a seal : — Per pale dexter a cross engrailed ; sinister a 
pale fusilly. 

Carta Joh'is Doniers de Com. Cestrise. Dat. 31 E. 3. 

Ego Ric'us de Baggeleigh senior dedi Thoma? Daniers militi et Isabella vxori eius et ha?redib» 
de quorum Corporib' o'i's terras in Hale. Dat. apud Bradleigh An 22 E. 3. 

Thomas Daniell Ayeul a Margaretta femme Jean de Savage. 

Edward" fili s Regis &c. vie. Cestria? sal'tem Precipe Thomas de Tablegh et Catherine vxore 
sue q'd reddant Joh'i Savage et Margarets vxori eius maneriu' de Nether Tabley &c. Dat. apud 
Cestriam 20 Octobris An R's Ed. patris nostri 48°. 

Joh'es de Radcliff et Margareta vxor ei 8 petit versus Joh'em Daniers et Aliciam vxorem 
eius Manerium de Bradley quod Will'm's dedit Thoma? filio Will'mi Daniers et ha?redib' de 
corpore suo exeuutib'. Et qua? post mortem Tho. filij eiusdem Thoma?, prasfata? Margarets 
filia? eiusdem Thoma?, et Consanguines et hajredi pra?dicti Thoma? filij W'mi descendere debent 
per formam donationis pra?dicti. 

Joh'es Savage et Margareta vxor eius petit versus Aliciam, qua? fuit vxor Joh'is Daniers 
militis. Manerium de Bradlegh &c. 



200 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 124.] 

Carta Nicolai de Beke militis an" 26 R's E. 3. 

Drawing of arms from a seal. Arms. — A plain cross Ermine. 

Carta Rob'ti Beke de Teue, ruilitis in qua sit mentio Petro de Beke filij sui. Dat. apud 
Tene An" 10 E. 3. 

Carta Nicholai de Beke militia in qua sit mentio Mariie de Beke matris sua?. Dat. apud 
Tene 33 E. 3. 

Arma de Daniers concessa p' Margareta' filia' & ha?redem Thorna? Daniers militis Joh'i 
Savage filio suo primogenito &c. 

Nos Joh'es de Beke Persons Ecclia? de Checkligh et Johannes Heicock Capellan" dedimus 
Rob'to de Barwe Cleric Reversione de medie selionis terra? in p'va Barwe qua' idem Rob'tus 
tenet de Matilda qua? fuit vxor Rogeri de Swinnerton militis quam eadem Matilda tenet no'ie 
dotis. Dat. A° 38 E. 3. 

Drawings of two shields of arms from seals : — 1. A plain cross Ermine, and in 
dexter chief a mullet. 2. Paly of eight, over all a bend. 

Nos Joh'es Becke Rector Ecclia? de Chockligh & Joh'es Heycock Capellanus Dedimus Rob'to 
de Swinerton et Elizabethan vxori sua? filia? Nicholai de Becke militis duas partes manerij de 
Barwe in Com. Cestr. &c. 

Drawings of the same two coats of arms, but the first is without the mullet. 

Atous cieux ques cestes l'res verront ou orront Margareta que fut le fem'e de Jea' Savage 
fille et hoir a Thomas Daniers Ch'l'r Salut en dieu Saches moy avoir Donne et grante et pur cest 
ma present Chartre confirme. a John Savage mon fils aisne. et a ses heires a tours iours mes Amies 
entiers, que a moy descendero't apres le mort du diet Thomas mon pere comme a sa fille et hoir 
A avoir, tenir, et porter les dictes Armes avec touz les autres ap'tenances et tout ceo que aux 
ditz Armes appartient en chascum maniere lieu, a leur plasir, quellement de moy et mes hoires 
au dit John mon filz et a ses hoires, a touz jours. En Tesmoinance de quell chose, a ceste ma 
present Charte J'ay mis mon Sean. Donne le dimeuche prochain apres le fest del Translatione 
S' Thomas le Martier L'an du Raigne R. H. 5 &c. iiij". 

Drawing of a seal, Plate I., Fig. 14. 

Omnib 8 X'po fidelibus ad quos p'ntes Pre pervenerint Salt'm Sciatis quod nos Joh'em de 
Stanley senescall* Hospitij D'ni Regis, Tho. Rempston, Roger Leech Controller d'ei d'ni Regis, 
Thomas Chaworth, Humfrey de Stafford iunior, Will'us Fulthorpe, Will'm's de Stanley, Rob'tus 
de Challons, Ric'us de Stanhope milites, Joh'es de Macclesfeld, Cleric', Rob't Lawrence, Rob't 
de Toft, Roger de Bradshagh, Mathe* de Mere, Will'm's de Harleston, Galfrid 8 le Massy, 
Ric' Fitton, Ric. Coli, Joh'es Hope, Roger 8 Paghden et Ric'us Wade Armigeri sexto decimo die 
Martij An" Regni Regis H. 4 post Conquestum Anglia? 7°. In parochia S" Olavi Confessoris 
London, vidimus, andivimus et personaliter iutert'uimus, quando Margareta quse fuit vxor 
Will'mi Parr militis, ex bona et spontanea voluntate sua, ac etiam de mero motu conscientia? 
suse et consilij Curati. & Confessoris sui sp'ialis prout eadem Margareta' cum mag'o Juramento 
publice et integra ib'm tunc temporis pleni 8 declaravit in presentia o'ium n'rom audeor', Joh'is 
de Stanley et aliorum tarn militum quam Armigerum, liberavit Joh'i Savage de Com. Cestriaa 
ad vsum et proficium ip'ius Joh'is Savage et Matilda? vxoris suse vt in Jure ip'ius Matildis duas 
Chartas prsedicti Joh'is Savage et Matildis vt de Jure ip'ius Matildis p'tinentes de Manerio de 
Barrow cum p'tinen' infra domu' Com. Cestrise, Simul cum advocac'one Capella? eiusdem mauerij. 
Qua? quidem Carta? publice et integre in presentia et audientia n'ris ib'm lecta? et intellecta? 
fuerunt tarn verbis Anglicis quam Latinis. prout nobis oib'z tunc temporis ibm p'rntib 8 [p'tib' 
melius] apparebat Quarum quidem vna pra?dictarum duarum Cartarum nobis oib'z lecta & 
intellecta fuit in ha?c verba pront p'rntib 8 scribi fieri facim'. Sciant p'rntes futuri quod ego 
Robertus de Swenarton dedi concessi & hoc p'n'ta carta mea confirmavi Joh'i Beck Rectori 
Ecclia? de Checklegh et Joh'i Capellano duas partes manerij de Barrow in Com. Cestrise cum 
advocatione capella? eiusdem manerij quam D'na Matildis de Swinarton tenet in dotam, ac o'ia 
terras et ten'ta quse Will'm's Robins tenet ad terminum vita? ib'm. Habend' et tenend' dictus 
duas partes manerij prsedicti, cum advocac'one Capella? prsedicta? et cum reversionibus prsedictis ; 
praafatis Joh'i & Johanna? et hseredibus suis &c. His testibus Petro de Cauarswell, Joh'e de 
Drascott, Ric'o de Pexsall militibus &c. Dat. apud Swinerton die Lunse proximo post fiestum 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 201 

Sancti Barnabas Apostoli An 38 E. 3. Et pnedicta altera Carta pradictarum duanim Cartarum 
videl't Carta indentata p' prssdictam ntargaretam prasdicto Joh'i Sai age, modo et forma prasdiet' 
t'uii in base verba. Sciani p'n'tes 4 Euturiquod nos Joh'es de Beek, Elector Ecclias de 
Checkleyet Joh'es Heicock CapeUan" dedimus concessimus, ethacp'n'ti carta mea [ nostra] inden- 
tata cnii'iiniiaviur Etob'to deSwinarton& Elizabeth i Be Nicholai Beck militis Dua 
manerij de Barrow, cum p'tinen' in Com. Cestrias cum ad' las eiusdem Manet 
cum reversione terries partis eiusdem Manerij qua' D'na Matildis de Swinarton tenet in dotem 
ac o'ia terras & tenementa quas Will'm's Robins tenel ad terminum vitas Lb'm. El i|uas post 
mortem eorundem Matildis et Will'mi nobis revertere deberunt, prasdictis Rob'to el Elizab.vxore 
sue et hasredibus inter eosdem legitime procreatis remaneant | a prsedictor' Matildis et 
Will'mi. Babend' e1 renend' dictus di Manerij praadict' rum advoi 
prasdictas enm reversionibus prsadictis Itoberto et Elizabeth vxori ejus tilia Nicholai Beck militis 
et bnredib* inter eosdem legitime procreatis Libere, quiete, bone, & in pace. In cuius rei testi- 
monium banc )i'n'ii carta u're indentata Sigilla n'ra apposuimus. His testibusWmo Trussell, 
Tim. Dutton rnilitiV, Hugone ^enables de Kinderton, Nico' de Manley, Tbo. Greenway, Rob'to 
de Knightley, Adam Moycock, Thomas de Bradley et alijs. Dat. ap'd Barrow die Dominico posl 
ffestum Sancti Jacobi Apostoli, Anno Regni El's E. :> xxxviij . In cuius rei Testimonium 
p'n'tib' Sigilla n'ra apposuimus. Dat. apud Loudou 17° Martij Au° Prsedicto 7 H. i. 

Drawings of eight seals : — 

1. S. Joh'is de Stanley. — Anns: Quarterly — 1 and 4. On a bend three stags' 

heads cabossed. 2 and 3. On a chief indented three plates. Barred helmet 
and mantling. Crest : On a wreath a stag's head and neck couped. 

2. S. TiTOiU/TC Rempston. — Arms : A chevron, and in dexter chief a cinquefoil. 

Crest : On a barred helmet two lions' jambs, chevronwise. Supporters : Two 
rams. 

3. S. ItortERi Leech. — Arms: Ermine, on a chief dancette three coronets. 

Crest : On an esquire's helmet [worn away]. 

4. Thomas Cha worth. — Plate I., Figure. 15. 

5. S. Kic'i de Stanhope. — Arms : A bend between sis cross-croslets. Crest : 

On an esquire's helmet, on a cap of maintenance a dog (?). 

6. S. Wmi de Stanley. — Arms: As No. 1. Esquire's helmet and mantling. 

Crest: As No. 1. 

7. S. Roberti Lawrence. — Arms : A cross raguled. Crest : Out of a ducal 

coronet a fish's tail erect. 

8. S. Joh'is de Macclesfeild. — Arms : A cross engrailed Ermine. 

ex eyidentiis joh'is savage militis. 
[Stotncvtott.] 

Arms of Swinarton. — Argent, a cross formSe fieury Sable. 
S 1 ' Roger de Swinerton.=pJane d. to S r Robert Hastang. 



Roger de Swinerton.=j=Matild[a] . 



S r Thomas Swinerton =p .S r Rob't Beck of Tene.=p 

Arms. — Gules, a cross Erm, 



Robert de=p S" Xicholas=p.Iane d. to Rafe L : Stafford 



Swinertim. 



Beck. 



& df Katherhi Hastang. 



Robert de Swinerton.=fElizab. d. & heire to S r Nico' Beck. 
I 

Aland d. & heire vx 1 ' S r John Savage. 

2 D 



202 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



$ro l^abacjt* 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 125.] 

COPPY OF AN OLD PEDIGKEE REMAINING WITH B r JOHN SAVAGE, KNIGHT. 

There was S r Kaufe ye Vernon the old ye quich levett vij IX zer & 10 zer. And hee had to 
his wife one Mary the Lord's daughter of Dacres And hee had issue by her one S r Raufe ye 
Vernon of Hanwe'll and Richard Parson of Stockport, other 2 sons Michell and Hugh ye quich 
were both freeres, and 2 daughters Agnes and Rose. And then deghted the aforesaid Mary after 
her death, the foresaid old S r Raufe tooke to wife Paramour, one Maud ye Grosvenor and had 
issue by her Rich, and Rob't Bastards. Ye aforesaid S r Rauf ye Vernon of Hanwell was married 
to A. S' Per & had issue by her Rawlin Hitchcock John and Thomas ye quich Raw! in had issue 
S r Rauf ye Vernon of Mottram ye quich S r Rauf had issue young S r Raufe. The foresaid S r Raffe 
Vernon of Hanwell Rawlin his son and S r Raffe his son deghden lyvand ye old S r Raffe. And 
the same time one S r Rich. Damory was .Justice of Chester. And the foresaid old S r Raulfe and 
hee were accorded that the young S r Rate should marrie Agnes daughter to the aforesaid Richard 
Damory And that S r Raufe the old should by fine reret at Chester gif all his Lands &c. to the 
said M r Rich, his son geten by the foresaid Mary of Dacre and to his heires and so it was done 
And the same Rich, p'son gafe the same lands &c. to the same old S r Raufe againe to terme of 
his life and after his decease to the young S r Rafe and to Agnes his wife daughter to S r Richard 
Damory and to the heires males of their bodies getten. And for default of issue male of the 
foresaid young S r Rauf and Agnes That all the Lands Sec. should remaine to Rich, the son of old 
S r Ralfe yc Vernon of Shipbroke getten by Maud the Grosvenor and to the heires of his body 
begotten male And for default of issue of his body getten male : That all the Lands &c. should 
remaine to the right heires of the aforesaid Master Rich, withouten end. The aforesaid S r Raufe 
and Agues died without issue of their bodies begotten male and then entret S r Rauf the last 
deghten as son and heire to Richard ye Vernon the son of old S r Rafe Vernon and Maud the 
Grosvenor by virtue of the fine before rehearsed. The foresaid S r Raulfe Rich, sonne deghtet 
without heire of his body getten male And so S r Rich, ye Vernon brother to ye last S r Raufe 
entret as heire male and continued all his life And had issue S r Richard ye qvich is now ded 
w th out issue male. 

S r Raufe Vernon as is before rehearsed had 3 young sons male that is to witt Hitchcock 
John and Thomas the quich (s/c). 

Sciant prsesentes etfuturi quod ego Rad'us de Vernon senior D'n's de Shubbroc Dedi Hugoni 
Vernon de Quatcroft vnam placea' vasti sup' Rudheath in foedede Shubbrock ad terminum vitse 
suse &.C Et post decessum D'ni Hugonis volo et concedo quod mag'r Ric'us de Vernon filius 
me* totam prsedietam terram ad terminu' vitse suae habeat. Testib 8 D'no Will'mo de Brereton, 
Hugone de Dutton militib", Ric'o de Foulshurst tunc viceco' Cestrias, Adse de Bostock, Ranulfo 
de Merton, &c. 

Note that there were no garbes on the ffesse 
Drawing of circular seal, inscribed Aoc \ ^ befor ? his , death hee bare tb f S arbea 

a t> ' tt a on the ffesse whereby a man may well conjee- 

b. KADI DE VERNON. Arms.— ture that it was after hee had matched him- 

A fesse. selfe with Maud Grosvenor widdowto S r John 

Hatton who both have garbes in their Armes. 



i^abacjc ot CItftom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 125 1 '.] 

Arms. — Quarterly of seventeen. — 1. Argent, six lioncels rampant, 3, 2, and 1, Sable. 
2. Gules, a chevron between three martlets Argent. [Walkinton.] 3. 
Argent, a pale fusillg Sable. [Danyers.] 4. Argent, a fesse dancette'e Gules. 
[Chedle.] 5. Argent, a cross formee, the ends fleury Sable. [Swinnerton.] 
6. Gules, a cross Ermine. [Beke.] 7. Or, on a fess Azure, three garbs of 
the field. [Vernon.] 8. Quarterlg, Or and Gules ,• overall a bendlet Sable. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



203 



[Malbank.] 0. Sable, a fess hwmettee Argent. [Bostock.] 10. Azure, 
three garbs Or. [Randolph Blundbville.] 11. Azure, tivo bars Argent. 
[Venables.] 12. Quarterly, Argent and Gules, in the second and third 
quarters a fret Or. [Dutton.] 13. Argent, on a bend Gules, three escar- 
buncles Or. [Thornton.] 14. Sable [Vert?], a cross engrailed Ermine. 
[KlNGSLEY ?] 15. Or, a saltire Sable. [IIklsby.] 1(1. Azure, a chevron 
between three garbs Or, a crescent fur difference. [IIatton.] 17. Azure, an 
esloile issuant from the horns of a crescent Or. [Mixshull.] 

1. Chest. — An unicorn's head Argent, erased, maned [and armed] Or. 

2. Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Or, a lion's jamb erect Sable. 



S r John Savage of Stennesby : 
in com. Darby as p' deed sans 
date visit 1206. 



: Avice d. & heire of Walking-ton. 
Arms. — Gu. a chev. bet. 3 
martlets Arg. 



S 1 ' John Savage.=j= 



S r Robert Savage.= 



S r John=j=Margaret d. & heire to S r Tho. Daniers Lord of Bradley and 
Savage. Clifton after married to Peter Leigh. 



S r Roger Swinarton. 
Arms. — Arg., a cross formic fleury Sa. 



S r Robert Beck of Tene.=f Mary. 
Arms. — Gu., a cross Erm. 



I 
S r Thomas=pMaud d. to S r Rob't 
Swinarton. Holland. 



S r Nicho'=p. . . . d. to the good 
Beck. Lord Stafford. 



Rob't de Swinarton. =^=Elizabeth d. & heire. 



S r John Savage made Knight by K. H. 5 at= 
the battell of Asnncourt 1115. 



: Maud d. & heire to 
Rob't Swinerton. 



Alice 
vxor S r 
Henry 
Bold. 



Maud vxor 
S' John 
Booth of 
Barton. 



Blanch vx r 
S r Tho s 
Carring- 
ton s.p. 



Beatrix vxor S r 
Hamnett Car- 
rington heire to 
S r Tho. his 
brother. 



Anne vxor 

Charles 

Nowell. 



Parnell vx 1 ' 
Reynold Leigh 
ofBlackbrooke. 



S r John Savage- 
of Clifton. 



r Elenor d. to 
S r Will'm 

Brereton. 



Margrett vx r S r John 
Maxfeld after to Ran- 
doll Manwarin&r. 



Ellin vx r 

Peter 

Warburton. 



S r John Savage=f=Katherin sister to Thomas 



of Clifton. 



Stanley 
Darby. 



the first Earle of 



I 
Margrett vx r S r 
William Stanley 
of Hooton. 



Margrett vx r 
Edw. Leigh of 
Baguley. 



Jane vxor John 
Hanford of 
Hanford, 



204 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



.... vx 1 ' Elizab. vx Elenor vxor S r Piers Leigh who Alice vxor 

S r Tho s Leake de Com. after was a Preist. Roger 

Waterton. Darby. — Pilkenton. 

— Katherin vx'' Tho s Leigh of 

. . . . vx r S 1 ' Edw. Adlington. 

Trafford. 



S r John Savage=pDoroty d. & 


1 1 
Tho 8 Savage 


1 1 1 
Lawrence. 


1 1 1 
S r Rich. W 


Knight of the 


heire to Ralfe 


Arehb'p of 


— 


Savage. 


garter slaine at 


Vernon of 


Yorke. 


James. 


— 


Bullen. 


Shepbrooke. 


— 


— 


S r Xpofer 






S r Humfrey 


S r Edward 


Savage. 






Savage. 


Savage. 





S r John=pAnne d. & coheire Alice vxor S r W m Brereton Isabel vx r . . . . Needham 



Savage. 



to Rafe Bostock of of Brereton L : Justice of of Shevington. 
Bostock Esquire. Ireland. — 

Anne vx r . . . . Hampden. 



I 



S r John Savage=pElizabeth d. to Charles Som'sett S 1 ' Edward 
of Clifton. Earle of Wore'-. Savage. 



George. 



1. Elizabeth d. to=pS r John Savage of =2. Elenor d. to John Henry. Margrett 



S r T. Maniers 
Earle of Rut- 
land. 



Rocksavage died 
in October 1597. 



Cotgreve of Stubbs 
widow to S 1 ' Rich. 
Pexsall. 



vxor S r 

Rich. 

Bulkley. 



S 1 ' John=p Mary 



Edw. maried Margrett vxor Elizab. vxor Elenor vx 1 ' 



Savage 

living 

1600. 



Allington. Polinex d. to S r W m Brere- Tho s Lang- S 1 ' Henry 



W 1 " Grice of ton of Brere- 
Norff. ton. 



ton Baro' of Bagnall. 
Newton. — 

Mary. 



John aatatis 
4 ann' 1580. 



John Savage. Thomas. 



Elizabeth. 



Lawrence Savage=pMary d. to .... Richard. Thomas. Anne vx r Thomas 



of Walgrange in 
Staff. 



Egerton of Wal- 
grange. 



Roger. 



Lord Barkley. 



John Savage of Walgrauge.=pAmy d. to . . . . Washington. 



S r Arthm- Savage=pJane d. to Tho s Stafford 



made Knight at 
Cadiz 1596. 



of Tottenhoo in com. 
Buck. 



Elizab. vxor Walter 
Wilcocks. 



Anne. 



I I 

Thomas. Elizabeth. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



205 



Amur's $cticcjw* 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 134.] 

This is the true Pedegree of Edmund Boner sonue of George Savage Preist, Parson of 
Daneham in Cheshire, who was a bastard himselfe and sonne of S r John Savage Knight who 
was slaine before Bulleine when K. H. 7 laid siege vnto it, which said Preist begatt Edmund 
Boner of one Elizab. ffrodsham who being with child was sent out of Cheshire to one that was 
called Savage of Elmley in Worcestersh. And when slice was delivered one Boner a Sawyer 
with M r Armingsham maried her and begatt other children by her after and dwelled at Potters 
Hanley in Wore'. And the said George Savage Preist begatt sixe children more by 2 severall 
women whose names shall hereafter follow, as place shall serve. 

Right Begotten. 
De Celibatu' et de votis. 
S r John Savage* Knight of the Drawing of Arms : Argent, a pale fusilly 

Garter & of the Privy Counsel! Sable, over all a bendlet sinister Gules. 

was slain at Bollein when King 
Henry the 7 th laid siege to it. 



Had issue a Bastard. 



S r John Savage Knight who 
had in Recompence given him 
for the death of his ffather y" 
Erie of Warwicks Lands in 
Worcestersh. and was high 
Sherriff by Inheritance. 



Base Begotten. 
George Savage Preist Parson of 
Dunham in Dunham begatt these 
7 bastards by 3 sundry women & 
was a bastard himselfe as may 
appeare. 



S r Jo. Savage Knt. who slew a 
Gent, named M r Pauncefoot and 
dyed prisoner in the Tower for 
y e same act. 



S r Jo. Savage Knt. who might 
dispend 1500 1 by y e yeare by his 
rents & other reuenues hee dyed 
in December 1597 & lyes bury- 
ed at Maxfeild. 



m 

George Savage 
Preist chan- 
celor of Chester 
a Bastard. 

Elizabeth 3 d 
base da. mar. 
to a Gentlem. 

Ellen 2 d base 
da. mar. to a 
Gent. 



j 

Edmund Boner 
was 1 Arch- 
deacon of 
Lecest'r & after 
twise Bishop of 
London & third 
hope but god 
cutt him short 
& was buried 
like a doge. 



John Winslowe 
Archdeacon of 
Middlesex dead 
& gone 
a bastard. 

Randall Savage 
of Lodge 
a bastard. 

Margaret 1 base 
da. marr. to a 
Gent. 

This George Savage in y" 1 Circle was base son to S r John Savage Knight of the Garter, y e 
w c1 ' George was made Preist & became Parson of Dunham in Cheshire, & after hee begatt 
Edmund Savage (whome wee call Edmund Boner) of the body of Elizab. ffrodesham who died 
at ffnlham in K. E. 6 time when Boner was prisoner in the Marshalsey who notwithstanding 
gave for ber mourning coates at her death. This George begatt also John Winslow & Elizab. of 
y' body of one Winslowe'a daughter in Cheshire, and then hee begatt Randoll, Ellin & Margrett 
of the body of one Dyes d. of Barrow in Cheshire. The E. of Warwick's Lands in Wore™ (hee 
being attainted of Treason) was given to the second S r John Savage which was Elmly. Sudley. 
Bushley, Hadly, Ridmarkley. Hadley, Elmly, & Sudley had every one a Castle and Parke, and 
Bushly & Ridmarklyhad both parkes and no castles. Now when it fell into the King's hands 
by the death of Paunsfoote. Then Edmund Boner did change lands in Essex with the King for 
Bushly and liidmarkly y c which 2 townes arc now in the Tenor and occupac'on of one Serlc and 
Sheapsed. Serle is cosin to Boner and hath Bushly, Sheapsed is brother in law to Bishop Ridley 
and hath Ridmarkley, and further the said Sheapsed hath condemned Boner in the Guildhall for 
B. Ridley's goods which amount to 400 u in a Nisi pri" since the Queene's Raigne that now is. 

[* The four names in capital letters are within circles in the original MS. The circle sur- 
rounding the first sir John Savage's name is inscribed with the Motto of the Garter, Honi soil' 
QUI iial T pense. Bishop Bonner's name is surmounted by a mitre. — J. P. R.] 



206 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



^{jalcross of ^toWjato- 

[Had. 1424, fo. 133. Hark 1505, fo. 137.] 

Arms. — Gules, a saltire between four annulets Or, a crescent for difference. 
Crest.— A martlet Or, holding in the leak a cross formee fitchie Gules, a crescent for 
difference. 

.... Shalcross \_ShaMcross~] al's Shalcross=p. ... d. to ... . 
of Shalcross in com. Darby Escf. Wendesley. 



John Shalcross 
of Shalcross. 



Edward Shalcross=F d. to Broster widow 



3 d sonne. 



to . 



Hollinshead. 



Otwell Shalcrosse of Stowshaw in the parish=pMargrett d. to John Woodnett 
of Warmincham in Cheshire. of Gousley. 



John Edw. Shal-=pMargaret Darby=pJane d. to Isabel vx r Rich. Anne. 



died ci'oss of 
s.p. Stowshaw 
1599. 



d. to 

Charles 
Manwar- 
ing of 
Croxton. 



Shalcross. 



Bee- Boson \_Basori]. — 

kett of Katherin. 

Midle- Mary vxor Rafe — 

wich. Reve. Elizabeth. 

Alice vx r Rafe 
Smith of Oldhaugh. 



Otwell. Lawrence. John. Darby. Edward. 



Charles Shalcrosse= Katherin d. to Tho s Hassall Margrett. Jane vx r Henry 
son & heire. of Warmincham. Hunt of London. 



grtjataltp oi f^olmc. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 134 b .] 



Henry Tildesley of Tildesley in com. Lanc.=p 



Tildesley of Adam. 
Tildesley. 



Henry Tildesley of whome Tildesley of Wardley 
and Tildesley of Morleys are descended. 



Geffrey Tildesley named himself Shakerley=p. . . . d. to . 



by marriage of his wife. 



Shakerley. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 207 

A | 



Peter Shakerley .=p. ... d. to ... . Hall of Mardin in Kent. 



Geffrey Shakerley.=i=. ... d. to Rob't Langley. 



Peter Shakerley.=f=Emm. d. & coheire to ... . Grosvenor of Holme. 
I 

Geffrey Shakerley of Holme.=pAnne d. to S r W m Bouth of Dunham. 



Peter Shakerley of HoIme.=f=Elizab. d. & heire to John Ligh of Bouthes. 
(Jeffrey Shakerley of Holme.=pIsabell d. to S r Tho* Venables. 



Peter Shakerley of Holme.— Elizab. d. & heire to S r Randoll Mainwaring. 
Geffrey Shakerley of Holme. =Jane d. to S r George Beeston. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 133 b .] 

Akms. — Sable, a chevron between three human legs, coi/ped at the knee, Argent. 

S r John Shrigley. 
Renold Shrigley. 

John Shrigley of Beristow Esquire 1 E. 4. 
Thomas Shrigley of Clifton obijt 1524.=p Alice d. of . . . . Moston. 

Jane. Margrett. Roger Shrigley=pAnne d. to John Dainport Thomas. 



of Beristow. 



of Woodford. 



I I I I I I 

Tho 9 Shrigley=rEllin d. to John. William. Margrett Blanch 

of Beristow Ju° Ardern — sine sine 

I.'imi. of Hawarden. Edmund. prole. prole. 



I ! I I I II II 

Thos. astatis William. John. Jane. Margery. Isabell. 

12 annor'm — — — 

1580. ffrancis. Anne. Elizabeth. 



208 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



g>meti)totfec oi |?>mtt!)toilie- 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 131. Harl. 1505, fo. 135.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Or, three crosses forme'e fitche Sable. 2 and 3. Vert, 

a cross engrailed Ermine. [WettenhAll.] 
Crest. — An arm enibowed, vested Argent, charged with three bendlets icavy Vert, 

holding in the hand proper a tulip Or, leaved of the second. 

[In Harl. 1505 the arm is charged with hvo bars wavy Vert.] 

Thurston Smethwike=j=. . . . d. to W m Brereton whoe gave with her 
of Thursarten. in frank marriage Smethwike. 



Oviu s or Owinus de Smethwick. : 



Hugh de Smethwick. 1 



W ,n de Smethwick.- 



Richard de— Alice. 
Smethwick. 



Nicholas Wetnall of Calveley An 1350. 
Arms. — Vert, a cross engr. Erm. 



Tho. W m Smeth-=pJone d. &=Rich. son to Rob't Chohneley Randoll Robert. 



s.p. 



wike L : of 
Smethwike 



heire. who had y e lands of Calveley Parson 

by the lawes of the Realme of Pleni- 

and after gave them to his stow, 
wives son Rob't Smethwike. 



John. 



Robert Smethwike A 22 R. 2 & 7 H. 5.=pJone d. to Jn° Radcliff. 
I 



Tho. Smethwike An 12 E. 4=p. ... d. to 



Tho. Smethwike= 
19 H. 7et H. 8. 



=. . . . d. to Thomas 
Grene of Congleton. 



. Downes of Shrigley. 



Will'm ... . vx r Thomas 
2 d son. Bellott of Morton. 



I I 

Geffrey Robert =plsabell 
9 H. 8. Smeth- d. to 
wick. 



I I 



Margery Elizabeth vxor 
xx 1 ... . John Bering- 
Phillip Page of ton. 
Draicott. Yard- 

shaw. Emm vx r W m 

Cotton of Cotton. 



Tho s =pJane [Jone] d. 



Smeth- 
wike 
9 H. 8. 



& heire to Phil- 
lip Claiton and 
Maud his wife 
by whome hee 
had the village 
of Arcluid. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



209 



A| 



Tho 9 Smeth- 
wike of 
Smethwike 
An 156G. 



: Anne d. to Edward. 

Rafe 

Vernon of 

Haslington. 



Anne vxor Parnell vxor Maud vx v Tho. 
Robert James Parker Marrwaring of 

Walton. ofCarswall. Causley. 



W m Smethwike of Smethwike =ffrances d. to S r Anthony Colclough. 
1580 obijt s.p. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 130.] 

Arms. — Azure, two bars war// Ermine, on a chief Or a demi-lion rampant issuant 

Sable. 
Crest. — An ostrich proper, holding in the beak a horseshoe, 

S r Thomas Smith=pKatherine d. to S r Andrew- 
Mayor of Chester. Brereton of Brereton. 



1. Agnes : 
d. to S 1 ' 
Tho s 
ffouls- 
hurst of 
Crew. 



: S r Lawrence- 
Smith of 
Hongh 
1580. 



: 2. Jane d. to 
S r Peter 
Warburton 
widow to S r 
W m Brereton. 



Andrew. 
Thomas. 



George 
Smith of 
Weston 
Esq 1 
1580. 



Edward. 



Jane vx r 
Hugh 
Massy of 
Denfeld. 



Mary. 



Yrsula vxor 
.... Starky. 



Mary vxor Randoll 
Bressy of Hough. 



I I I 

Lawrence s.p. [S r ] Thomas Smithy Anne d. to S r Edward. 

of Hough 1598. W m Brereton. 



Lawrence [Smith=p[Anne da. to S r Randall 
Esq.]. Manwaring of Pever.] 



[Jane] vxor Randoll Man- 
waring of Peever [Ku 1 ]. 



[Stephen Smith.]: 



[S r Thomas Smith.]=f [Anne d. of S r Hugh 
Smith of Som r setsh.] 



I 



I 



[Lawrence.] [Hughe.] [Edmond.] [Thomas Smith.] 
[The words in brackets are additions in a later hand. — J. P. K.] 



2 E 



210 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 130 b .] 

Arms— Quarterly — 1 and 4. Per pale Or and Gules, three fleurs-de-lis counter- 
changed. 2 and 3. Azure, a fret Or. [Oldhaugh.] 
Crest. — A fleur-de-lis per pale Or and Gules. 



John Smith of Oldhaugh in the=p. . . . d. & heire to ... . 
parish of Warinincham who was , Oldhaugh of Oldhaugh 



descended of a younger brother 
of S r Thomas Smith of Cuerdley. 



in the Parish of War- 
mincham. 



John Smith of Oldhaugh* E. 4.=pMaud d. to Page of Alpram. 



John Smith of 01dhaugh=j= Elizab. base d. to S r Andrew Brereton of 



H. 7. 



Brereton qua? obijt 1549. 



W m John Smith Hugh Smith of Eobert Smith Tho. Smith Reignold 
s.p. 2 d son. Halton. of Slodderhill. of Moulton. s. prole. 



2 daughters. John Rafe a Tailor in Randoll Randoll Smith 
1599. London 1586 s.p. of Moulton. 

had divers children. 



Raudoll Smitfr 
of Oldhaugh 
obijt 6 October 
1584. 



: Jane d. to Ralfe Bostock Richard, 
of Norcrof t. Shee died 
in March 1562. 



Margrett vxor Edw d Henshaw 
of Henshaw. 



Tho. a captaine & divers others. 



1. Alice d. to Otwell Shaw- 
cross of Stowshaw died in 
Octob r 1580. 



Rafe Smith of Oldhaugh^ 
bayliffe of Warmincham 
died 27 June 1594. 



2. Margery d. to TV m Sut- 
ton of Slinton widow to 
W m Minshull. 



Arthur nat s 1588. W m nat 9 1591. 



* EX CAETIS RANULPHI SMITH DE OLDHAUGH GEN'. 

S r Tho. Trussell L. of Warmincham granted to Jn° Smith of Oldhaugh in the parish of 
Warmincham, to Maud his wife and John his son, The tenement in Oldhaugh. Dated at Elms- 
thorp 10 October A'no 6 E. 4, 1466. 

Another Lease to the parties aforesaid dated at the Castell of Woodhill the last of Aprill An" 
9 E. 4, 1469. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



211 



A| 



Randoll Smith=p Amy d. to Leonard Edward Margrett Katherin Walburgh 
of Oldhauu'li 



now Bayliffe of 

Warmincham 

1599. 



Shalcross of Shal- died in vx'Hugh vx'Hugh vx'.Tn; 
cross in Com. London Kinsy of Nowden Pott of 

Darby esq 1 '. 1589. 



I 

Ralfe. 



Tetton. of Elton. Stayncliff 
in com. 
Darby. 



Mary. 



TV m Smith Eou{r-=pVeronica d. to 



dragon Poursuy- 
vant of Amies. 



ffranc Alstensteig 
of Xorimberge in 
Germany. 



I I 
Edward 

& 
Hugh 
s. prole. 



I I 

Arthur & John 
now living & 
vnmarried 
1599. 



Katherin vx r 
.... Hodg- 
son of Chol- 
moston. 



W m natus 1581. ffrances nat s Paul nat 3 Jane nata Hester nata 1590. 
1586. 1588. 1583. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 13P.] 

Akhs. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Vert, three mullets pierced Or. 2. Argent, a lion 
rampant Gates. [Leigh.] 3. Azure crusily, and three eagles displayed Or. 
[Alpram.] 

Crest. — A woman's head affronle, couped below the breasts proper, Imir dishevelled 
Or. 



John Spurstow of Spurstow; 



Randoll Spurstow of Spurstow.=pJane d. & coheire to Rafe Leigh of y e Esthall. 



Rich. Spurstow of Spurstow.=pElenor d. to Thomas Starky of Stretton. 



George Spurstow 
of Spurstow 1580 
maried .... d. to 
John Xorbury the 
Lawyer. 



I I I 

Richard. 

Peter. 
Randoll. 



Elizabeth vx r 
Johu Brereton 
of Ireland 
after to .... 
Grimsdich. 



Jaue vxor Gilbert 
Leigh of Skelton 
in Yorkshire a 
younger brother 
of Middleton. 



I I 
Katherine. 

Alice. 



.212 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE 3 1580. 



Pro i^tanlep tit Hooton + 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 126 b , 127.] 

Drawing of a seal, inscribed S. Phillippi Bamville, Plate I., Fig. 16. 

Ego Alexander de Bamuile & Roisa vxor mea. dedim 9 Thornre filio n'ro primogenito et 
Hanisa Alice Eob'ti de Winington : Terrain rneam in villa de p'va Storton, quas Joha'na qua; fuit 
vxor Eic'i Kiugesley rnihi Alexandro dedit. 

Drawing of a circular seal, bearing in the circle, and not on a shield, an antelope 
trippant. 

Carta Will'mi de Stanley militis. Dat. ap'd Stourton An 13 H. 4. Cui appendit hujus 
modi Sigill 5 Armor' d'ci Will'mi. 

Drawing from a seal. Arms : Quarterly — 1 and 4. On a bend three stags' 
heads cabossed. 2 and 3. On a bend three mullets. Crest: On an esquire's 
helmet a stag's head and neck terminating in a mantlet and tassel. 

Drawing of arms from a seal, inscribed S. Will de Stanley. Arms : On a 
bend cotised three stags' heads cabossed. 

Alan Silvester vnto whome Randoll 3 Erie of 
Chester gave the Manor' of Sturton & Picton 
of the Baylywick of y e fforrest of Werrall. 



Alexander de Stourton Steward to Kandoll 3 Erie of Chester.=p 



S r Thomas Bamvile.=pAgnes 2 a d. & 
coheire. 



Jane Lady of Stourton vx v 
Rich. Kingesley. 



S 1 ' Philip Bamvile s.p. 



S 1 ' Stephen BamvOe Knt. 
of Jerusalem. 



Alexander=rRoise. 
Bamvile. 



gr -^m d'Audlev=rJone eldest Ellin vxor Agnes vx r Jn° Thom s =Havise d. to 



al's Stanley. 



d. & co- 
heire. 



W m Laken. Blechington. s.p. 



Rob't Win- 
ington. 



John Stanley of Stanley=j=Mabell d. to S r James Adam de 

Stanley. 



and Stourton. 



Hanshett, 



(U** 



Sara vxor Roger 
Caverswall. 



S 1 ' W m Stanley senior=fAlice d. to Hugh 



I 



of Stanley & Sturton 
vixit 2G E. 3, 1352. 



Massy of Timper- 
ley. 



John Stanley of Greswethin in Cum- 
berland of whome Stanley of Dulgarth 
and others are descended. 



S r W m Stanley Jun r =pMargery d. & heire to S 1 ' John Stanley=plsabel d. & heire 



of Stanley & Stur- S r W m Hooton of Hoo- 2 l1 son. 
ton. ton in Cheshire. 



to S r Tho s 
Lathuni. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



213 



A| 



B| 



I I I 

S r W m Stanley whose S r John Stauley^pElizab. sister Tho s Stanley=j=Maud d. & 



descent followeth on Steward of y c 
the next lcat'e. house to K. H. 

4, 4 obijt 1481. 



to S r W m of Elford in 

Harrington. Staff. 



heire to S r 
John Ar- 
deme. 



S r Tho s Stanley the 1 1. Maud.=pJohn Stanley "of Elford mar.=p3. Dowce d. to 



L : Stanley Controll. 
of houshold to K. 
H. 6. =p 

J 

Tho s Erie of Darby. John Stanley 
^ of Weever. 



to his 2 d wife Isabel d. to S 1 ' 
Eic. Vernon. 



.... Ligh of 
Baguley. 



3 d. maried to 3 Knights. 



S r Jn° Stanley of Elford obijt 1509. S 1 ' Humfrey Stanley of Pipe obijt 1505. 



S r John Stanley of Pipe mar. Margrett d. to S r Tho 9 Gerrard. 
2 daughters. 



Eoger Stanley mar. Jane d. to Jn° Clark of Yorkshire. 



John Stanley of Alderley in Chesh.=pMargery Marbury. 



S r Edw. Stanley made Knight in Netherland Thomas Stanley, 

slaine in Ireland 1597. 



S r Thomas Banivile.= 
Arms. — Or, on a chief 
Gut. 3 trefoils Arc/. 


ffiambfle. 

= Agnes d. & coheire to Alexander Silvester 
of Stourton. 

Arms. — Arc/., on a mount a tree Vert. 



S r Phillip Will'm Steven was Alexander Jone vx 1 ' Ellin vx r Agnes died 

Bamvile of died Knight of slaine in S 1 ' Will'm W m young. 

Stourton young. Jerusalem, the Holy Stanley. Lake. — 

died s. prole — land. Miriell 

having the David vxor John 

Inheritance, died John Stanley of Radcliff 

young. Stourton. s.p. 



214 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

H?OOtOM. 

Arms. — Arg., on a lend Vert, 3 mullets pierced Or. 
gr yjm Hooton of Hooton in Werrall in Com. Cestr'. 
I 



W m Hooton of Hooton.=pMargrett d. & heire to John Leftwich of Leftwich. 
I 

W m Hooton died young. Margery vxor S r W m Stanley. 

I 

S r W m Stanley of Hooton. 



lurtjom. 

Rob't ffiz Henry founder of the Priory of Burscogh. 

I 
Rob't Lord of Lathum t'pe R. 1 & K. John. 

Arms. — Or, on a chief indented Azure, 3 plates. 

Richard Lord of Lathom t'pe H. 3. 

I 
Robert de Lathom t'pe H. 3 et E. 1. 

I 

S r Rob't de Lathom obijt 18 E. 2. 



S r Thomas Lathom the elder setatis 24 an' 18 E. 2.- 
This S r Thomas gave to Edward his 2 d sonne the 
Manor of Parbold 35 E. 3. 



S 1 ' Thomas de Lathom the younger. Edward de Lathum of Parbold. 

I * 

Isabell vxor S 1 ' Jn° Stanley. 

This Genealogy of Lathom was sett forth 
by W. fflower al's Norrey 19 Aprill 1578. 



inanity of $> ootmu 

[Had. 1424, fo. 127 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 131".] 

Arms. — Quarterly of twelve. — 1. Argent, on a bend Azure three lucks' 1 heads cabossed 
Or. 2. Or, on a chief Gules three trefoils Argent. [Bamvile.] 3. Argent, a 
tree eradicated Vert. [Silvester.] 4. Argent, on a bend Vert three mullets 
Or. [Hooton.] 5. Sable, three bars Argent. [Hoghton.] 6. Azure, a 



THE VISITATION OE CHESHIRE, 1580. 



215 



garb Or. [Grosvenor.] 7. Sable, a cross flory Argent. [Eaton.] 8. Sable, 
fretty Anient, a file of three points Or. [Harington.] 9. Sable, three lions 
2>assant in pale Argent. [ENGLISH.] 10. Argent, on a bend Sable three 
lozenges of the field, each charged with a sallire Gules. [Urswick.] 11. Sable, 
a lion rampant Argent, charged on the shoulder with a chess-rook Gules. 
[Verdon.] 12. As the first. 
Crest. — A buck's head couped Argent. 

S r W m Stanley Junior of Stanley &=pMargery d. & heire 



Stourton sonne 
the elder, 



to S r W m Stanley 



toS r W m Hootonof 
Hooton in Chesh. 



I 



S v W m Stanley of Stanley, Stourton &=pMargery or Blanch d. to 
Hooton visit 4 H. 6. S 1 ' John Arderne. 



J 



m Stanley of Hooton Esq'' visit 10 H. 6.=p Mary d. to S r Jn° Savage. 



W m Stanley of Hooton Esq r =rAlice d. to S r Kich. Houghton sister and heire to 
vixit 14 H. 6. Henry. 



1. Margery \Margref\ d. &=f S r W ra Stanley of=p2. Agnes 3 d d. & coheire 



coheire to S 1 ' John Bromley 
of Bromley 



Hooton vixit 5 E. 
4. 1464. 



r 



Margrett vxor 
of Brinn. 



Gerard 



S r W m Stanle; 
of Hooton. 



to S r Rob't Grosvenor of 
Holme. 



Anne eldest d. & coheire to 
S r James Harrington. 



W m Stanley=j=Grace d. to 
of Hooton S r Will'm 



Esq r . 



Griffith 
Chamber- 
lain e of 
North 
"Wales. 



Piers Stanley=Elizab. d. & heire 

of Bickerstatf to James Scars- 

in Lancashire bridge of Bicker- 

2 d sonne. staff & of Margrett 

his wife d. & heire 

to Tho s Atherton of 

Bickerstaff. 



I 

John. 



Agnes vxor 
Andrew 
Barton of 
Smethells. 

Katherine. 



W m 1. Margrett=f=Sir Eouland=p2. Ursula Edward. Maryvx r Jn° Jane vx r 



s.p. 



d. & heire 
to Hugh Al- 
dersey of 
Chester. 



Stanley of 
Hooton. 



d. to S* 
Tho 3 Smith. 



Griffeth of 
Parris. 



Margrett vx r John Mary vx r John Poole 
Egerton of Olton. of Poole. 



Thomas 
Williams. 

Katherine 
vx r Jn° 
Whitmore. 



S r W m Stanley attainted. Rowland Stanley 2 d sonne and heire. 



W m . Richard [Rowland]. 



216 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



g»tanltp oi WLtiutv. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 128.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Argent, on a lend Azure three bucks' heads cabossed Or. 2. 
Or, on a chief indented Azure three plates. [Lathoji.] 3. Barry of six Or 
and Azure, a canton Ermine. [Gowsell.] 4. Gules, a lion rampant Or. 

[Fitzalan.] 5 four bars .... 6. Sable, tiro bars Argent, on a 

canton of the first a garb of the second ; over all a crescent for difference. 
[Weever.] 



S r Thomas Stanleys 


=Jone d. & heire to S r Rob't Gowsell 


the 1 Lord Stanley 


and of his wife Ellin d. to Eich. 


controller of hous- 


Erie of Arundell widow to T. Mou- 


hold to K. H. 6. 


bray D. of Norff. 



1 

Thomas 


1 


Stanley 


Stanley 


Erie of 


of Holt 


Darby. 


Chamber- 


^ 


laine to 




K. H. 7 




decollat 8 




1494. 



Elizab. d. to John=p Elizab. d. James Margrett vx r S r 

Tho. Hopton Stanley & heire Arch- W m Troutbeck. 

sister & heire of Wee- to Tho. deacon — 

to S r Walter ver in Weeuer of of Anne vxor S r 

Hopton Com. Weever. Chester. Richard Moli- 

widow to Cestrise. neux. 
John Tiptoft 

Earle of Wore 1 '. Katherine vx r 

S r John Savage. 



W m Stanley=pJane d. & heire to S r 
of Tatton. Geffrey Massy of Tatton. 



Thomas Stanle; 
of Weeuer. 



. . d. to . . . 
of Wheelock. 



Leversedo; 



Jane d. & heire vx r S 1 ' Rich. 
Brereton of Tatton. 



Thomas Stanlej 
of Weever. 



= d. 

port. 



to Tho 8 Dam- 



Thomas Stanley=pUrsula sister 



of Weever 1580. 



to S r Hugh 
Cholmondley. 



John maried 
y e d. of 
Ward. 



Rafe mar. the 
d. of ffraucis 
Holland of 
Lane. 



Anne 
s.p. 



I 

Katherin 
vxor W m 
Bostock. 



I 
Tho. 

Stanley. 



Rafe Stanley- 
of Weever. 



: Margrett d. 
to John 
Masterson 
of Nantwich. 



Elizab. vx r Roger 
Downes of Shrig- 
ley. 



I 
ffrances vx r 
Henry Delves 
of Duddington. 



Doroty. 



Thomas astatis 4 annor'm 1580. Rafe. Mary. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



217 



^tatfcp of J&trcttmu 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 128".] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and A. Argent, a stork close Sable, beaked and legged Gules. 
2. Sable, a leopard? s face Or,j'essantde lis Anient. [Morley.*] ' 3. Argent, 
a chevron engrailed between three garbs Sable. [Darby.] 

S r John Wrenbury of Wrenbury=p. . . . d. & heire to S r John Audlem 
in Coin. Cestr. of Audlem in Com. Cestriae. 



Ranulphns de 01ton.=pAgnes d. & .... vxor vxor 

coheire. Massy. Wetnall. 



Thomas Stark 
of Stretton. 



Jo in 01ton=pPelecina sister & heire to S r Rich. Cradock 
of Olton. after married to Rob't Massy of Hale. 



Richard Starky Peter Starky=pElenor Tho. Starky=pJonc d. & Margaret vx r 



of Stretton of of Olton 11 
the Netherhall. H. 4. 



d. & of Wrenbury 

coheire. 3 d son. 



coheire a Nico' ffitton 
11 H. 4. of Pownall. 



Geffrey Starke 
of Stretton. 



. . d. & h. to Roger Hugh Starky of John Starky of Wren- 
Worley [Norley] of Olton de quo in bury de quo in suo loco. 
AYorley [Norley]. suo loco. 



Richard Starkey of Stretton.=f=. ... d. to ... . Leigh of Westhall. 



Geffrey Starkey of Stretton.=p Jone eld. d. & coheire to Roger Darby of Chester. 



iich 



Richard Starkey of Stretton.=p. ... d. to ... . Byron of Lancashire. 



Tho. Starky of Stretton.=pAnne d. to S r John Bowth of Barton. 



Richard Starky of Stretton of=p Jane d. to Phillip Leigh of Bouthes after married 
the Netherhall 1566. to ... . Stanley of Bickerstaffe. 



Tho.=pTimothy d. Geffrey. Hugh. Anne vx r Rich. Blun- Elizabeth vxor 



Starky 
1580. 



to Jn° — dell of Crosby in Lawrence Ire- 

Grimsdich Richard. Lawrence. Lane. land of Lid- 

of Grims- — yard in Lane, 

dich. Katherin vxor Rich. 

Ormeston of Westlegh. 



[* Apparently incorrectly assumed for Norley. — J. P. K.] 



2 F 



218 THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 

_M 

r i i i i i in ii i i i j . 

Eich. jetatis Geffrey. Hugh. Elizabeth. Elenor. Margret. Kathenne. 

12 annor'in — — — — — — 

1580. Peter. Lawrence. Anne. Timothy. Maud. Mary. 

Tho 3 . Christian. 

Starfeo of Strrtton of tijc ©brrijall. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a stork close Salle, leaked and legged Gules. 
2 and 3. Argent, a griffin, segreant Salle. 

Eich. Starky of Stretton.=pKatherine d. to Eich. Cliff of Huxley. 



George obijt vivo patre.=pElizab. d. to Thomas Penketh of Penketh in Lane. 

r i i 

Tho. Starky of Stretton of the=pBridget d. to Eich. Marbury John. Eichard. 



Overhall 1580. 



of Walton. 



John fetatis 16 Peter. Jane. Margaret. Timothy. Katherine. Anne, 
an' 1580. 



i^tarfty oi (JPIton civ 33arlcj>. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 129. Harl. 1505, fo. 133.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a stork close Salle, leaked and memlerecl Gules, 
in dexter chief a crescent for difference of the last. 2. Quarterly Vert and 
Gules, a lion rampant Argent. [Olton.] 3. Argent, a chevron Salle letween 
three wrens Gules. [Wrenbury.] 

Crest. — A stork's head erased per pale Argent and Salle, holding in the leak Gules 
a snake Vert. 

Peter Starky second son=fJone d. & coheire to John Olton & of Margaret 



to Tho a Starky. 



his wife d. & heire to S r John Wrenbury. 



In Inquisition Hugh Starky of 01ton=^pElizabeth sister to S r 

taken 17 H. 6. 17 H. C. John Done. 



John Starky of 01ton.=pAgnes sister to S r John Needham of Shevington. 



Hugh Starky obijt 8 H. 8=pMargrett d. to Phillip Margrett vx 1 ' Jane, 



a°d'ni 1518. 



Egerton. .... Dane. 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 



219 



A| 



Hee Reedified 
the Church of 
Over a 1543. 



Hugh Starky=Margery 
obi j t shu' Swan- 

prole legitima. wike. 



James Starky heire=j=Elizab. d. to S 1 



to his brother Hugh 
obijt 1557. 



IlaiidollBrereton 
of Mallpas. 



John Starky=p Alice d. 
of Olton to Rafe 

Esquire a Dutton 
15G6 lyving of Hat- 
1599. ton. 



Hugh married 
Martha d. to 
Rich. Brooke 
of Norton. 



Jane vx r 
Tho s 
Hinton 
of Word- 
sail. 



Elenor vx r Elizabeth vx r Hugh 
Jn° Ban- Massy of Edgeley. 



ester of 
Chester. 



Alice vxor . . • • 
Schrimshaw of Ack- 
lett in Com. Staf- 
ford. 



Hugh Starky of=f Doroty d. to Jn° Rafe Starky John. Amy. Judith et Jane 



Olton setatis 33 
annor'm 1598. 



Brooke of Madeley of London, 
in Com. Salop. 



I 
Hugh. 



sine prole. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 129 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly of four, as Starky of Olton above, but with a mullet for 
difference (for the third son). 

Thomas Starky 3 a =pElenor d. & coheire to John Olton and 



son to Tho. Starky 
of Stretton. 



of Margaret his wife d. & coheire to S r 
J ii" Wrenbury. 



John Starky of Wrenbury.=f Anne d. to . . . . Egerton of Egerton. 



Thomas Starky of Wrenbury.=p Maud d. to John Manwaring of Peever. 



John Starky of Wrenbury.=j=Douce d. to S r John Warburton of Areley. 

Tho. Starky=Katherin d. to John. Peter. Margery. Margrett vx r 

of Wrenbury .... Manwar- — — Thos. Brouue. 

1566 & 1580. ing of Ightfeld. Randoll. Arthur. 



220 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

button oi Sutton, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 132.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Or, a lion rampant queue'efourche'e Vert. [Sutton.] 2. Argent, 
a chevron between three buglehorns stringed Sable. [Sutton.] 3. Argent, 
a chevron between three cross-croslets Sable. [Sutton.] 4. Argent, on a chief 
Gules a mullet pierced Or. 5. \_Gules,~\ in chief two esquires' helmets [Argenf] 
and in base a garb [Or], a crescent for difference. [Cholmondelegh.] 
6. Sable, an estoile Or between two ftanches Ermine. [Hubbard.] 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Or a demi-lion rampant queue'efourche'e Vert. 

Adam the son of Alan de Sutton held his lands of Sutton by the Charter of Hugh, Earle of 
Chester, in the name of a ffostership. 

S r W m Sutton Master of Burton Lazers.=p 



S r John Sutton.^= S r Kick. Sutton. 



John Sutton of Sutton. =j=. . . . d. & heire of ... . Cholmley. 
| 

Rich. Sutton=pAlice d. & coheire to ... . Isabell us. Cicely vxor George 

of Sutton. Hubbard of Midds'. . . . . Seworth. Ashley of Ashley. 



Eich. Sutton of Sutton 15S0.=j=Elizab. d. to George Bouth of Dunham. 
! 

ffrancis Sutton.=pElliu d. to S r Rich. Elizab. ux r John Morton 
Molineux of Sefton. of Morton s.p. 



Richard tetatis 4 annor'm 1580. Margrett. Mary. Anne. 



Stoettciujam, Imlcjo J^toctnam, of J^uctitaim 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 132". Harl. 1505, fo. 136».] 

Arms. — Argent, on a bend Vert three spades of the field. 

Crest. — A leopard's head erased Azure, guttee cTOr, collared and lined Gold. 

Rich. Swettenham of Swettenham.=j=Alice d. to . . . . Smethwike of Smethwike. 

j 

I 
Oliver Swetnam of Swetnam. =pMargery d. to William Rode of Maresbarow 

| [Moresbarow']. 

I 
Thomas Swetnam of Swetnam 1566.=pElizabeth d. to William Swetnam of Somerford. 

| 

Thomas. William, Lawrence. Margerie. Elenor. Elizabeth. 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 221 



Cattnfjall, bultjo Catnall. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 138.] 
[No Pedigree or Arms given.] 



Catton oi Silitfjewtfjato* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 137 b .] 

Aems. — Quarterly, Argent and Crides, in the first and fourth a crescent Salle, in 

the second and third a crescent of the first. 
Crest. — A greyhound sejant Argent, collared and tied by a line Qules to an oak tree 

Proper, fructed Or. 

Rob't Tatton of Kenworth.=p Alice d. to W m de Withenshaw. 



I 

"W m Tatton of Withenshaw.=j= 

I 

Robert Tatton of Withenshaw.=p 



Rob't Tatton of=p. ... d. to Robert Hyde John. Thomas. 



Ywthenshaw. 



of Norbury. 



W m Tatton of Withenshaw.=f= 
___ I 

Nicholas Tatton of Withenshaw.=p. ... d. to ... . Massy of Coddington. 



AY" 1 Tatton s.p. Robert John Tatton=fMargrett d. to Rafe Dam- Bartholomew 



married y° da. second 3 d sonne. 

of ... . Dam- son a 

port of Broni- Preist. 

hall. 



port of Chester younger 4 th son. 
brother to Damport of 
Henbury. 



Rob't Tatton of=f Doroty d. to George Margrett vxor Elizabeth vxor .... Brad- 
Witheushaw Boothe of Dunham. William ffitton. borne and after to Tho 3 

Ashton of Shcpley. 



15GG 



II M II 

\V m Tatton of Withen-=f=Mary eldest d. to John. Edward. Elizabeth. 



shaw Esq r 1580. 



S r Edward ffitton. — 

Robert. Nicholas. Doroty. 
Robert Tatton. 



222 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Ciltitstott, alias Citeton, oi Citetmt & 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 136.] 

Arms. — Azure, a bend cotiscd between two garbs, all Or. 
Crest. — Out of a mural crown Gules a bear's head Argent. 

John Tilston of Tilston.=F 



I 
Robert Tilston.= 



Roger Tilston. : 



Thomas Tilston.= 



I 



I 



Hugh Tilston.=p. ... d. to ... . Hulgreve Richard Tilston.=p. ... d. to 



of Hulgreve hall. 



Bostock. 



John Tilston Rich. Tilston of Huxley.=j=Ellin d. to . . . . Bird of Huxley. 

base son. 

_l 

I I 

Johu Tilston 1. Ellin d. to Robert Al-=pPeter Tilston=p2. Jane d. to Rob't 



of Chester. 



dersey of Aldersey. 



of Huxley. 



Massy of Edge. 



RafeTilston=Katherine d. to Richard. Robert. Peter. Thomas. Paule. 
of Huxley Ralfe Bostock — 

1580. of Huxley. Hugh. 



Thomas Tilston. : 



I 
Richard Tilston.=p 



Roger Tilston.= 



Rafe Tilston of 

London 

Embroid r er. 



Rafe Tilston of Newport' 
in Com. Salop. 



Thomas. Tristram. Rafe Tilston 
— of Goldeston. 

W m . 



John. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 223 

[Harl. 1424, fo. lS5 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Azure, three fronts fretted in triangle Atgent. 2. Argent, a 

fleur-de-lis Sails between three Moors' heath sidefaced, couped, proper. [Trout- 
beck, ancient.] 3. Argent, three piles in point Sable. [Hulse.] 4. Argent, 
two chevrons Gules, on a canton of the second a cross-croslel fi/chee Or. 

[MOBBERLEY.] 

1. Crest. — A Moor proper, wreathed round the loins and temples .... holding in the 

dexter hand an arrow Or, barbed and flighted Argent, and in the sinister a 

round shield or target Hold. 

2. Crest. — A Moor's head in profile proper on a wreath of four trout Argent. 

S r Hugh Hulse.=f Margery d. & heire to Jn° 
Domvile of Modberley. 



.... Troutbeck of Stony Donham=j= Thomas Hulse.=p 

alias Donhani on the hill. 



John Troutbeck an 7 H. G.=p Margery d. & heire of ... . Hulse. 



gr "ftrm Troutbeck of Prynes=pMargret d. to Thomas Lord=S r John Butler 



Castle in Werrall. Slaine 
at Bloreheath. 



Stanley after married to the second husband. 
Lord Gray of Codnor. 



S r W m Troutbeck Adam Troutbeck=p Thorn 9 . Jonevx r S r W m Elizab. vx r 



g.p. 3 E. 4. second sonne. 



Boteler and after S r Alexander 
to W m Griffith. Houghton. 



Margrett vx r S r John Talbott of Grafton. 



Codjctt oi 0tti)tt Wliritlc^ 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 130 b .] 

Alured de Combr' was y e lord of Whitligh after y° conquest by the gift of Randoll Earle of 
Chester. 

Tho. Tochett of Tattenhall gave the Mannor of Buglawtou in ffee taile to Rob't his son & to 
y" heires males of him & his wife Agnes begotten. 

S r Rob't Tochett had the Mannor of Nether Whitligh in the time of Henry Duke of Lancaster 
by y e 3 part of a Knight's ffee And giving to y° Lord for a releif when it shall happen xxsiij 8 iiij d . 

Robert Tochett boldeth of y e King in Capite y c Manor of Legh Combray in Com. Salop as 
by office appeareth. Tempore Hen. 3. 

Thomas Tochett holdeth of the King in Capite the Mannor of Aswell in Com. Rutland as 
of the honor of Chester by y e 3 d part of a Knight's ffee. 



224 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



The same Thomas holdeth the Mannor of Legh Combray in Com. Salop of the King in cheife 
by S'geantry (viz.) by finding of a horse and man 40 dayes of his owne proper charges to the 
castle of Mountgonierie whensoever there shall be warres in Wales. 

Drawing of arms : Ermine, a chevron Gules. 

Simon Tuchett ancestor of Thomas whose wife was Parnell as by a deed of Hugh Keveliock 
Earle of Chester appeareth And one Henry was then living as by a deed sans date. 

John de Lacy Constable of Chester gave unto Thomas Tochett all the towne of Whitligh by 
a deed sans date. 

It likewise appeareth by certaine evidences that one Eob' Tochett was L. & Baron of Leven- 
halls in y e Parliament holden att London 28 E. 1. 

Sir John Tochett Kn' enfeoffed Thomas Touchett parson of Mackworth of the Mannor of 
Sapton That the said Thomas after the death of the said John should enfeoffee the heire of the 
same John living to his full age and if bee had no heires of bis body coming to his full age Then 
feoffed hee John brother to the aforesaid Tho. of the said Mannor, upon condition that the said 
John brother to the aforesaid Tho s should beare the name and armes of the said S r John Touchet 
Knight & that John died the 19 of December past & James is his son & next heire of the age of 
10 yeares. Inquisitio coram Joh'e Fray An° 10 H. 4. Jure London recordat. 

Drawing of arms from a seal : A chevron on a field Ermine. 

S r Tho 9 Tochett lord of Whitley, Buglawton, & Tattenhall 
in Com. Cestrias t'pe K. E. 1. 



1. Jone.= 



-S r Rob' Tochett L. of Whitley, Buglawton,=f=2. Agnes. Richard, 
Tattenhall, & of Aswell in Rutlandshire, and Preacher of 

of Leigh Combry in Com. Salop 10 Ed. 2. Middlewich. 



Rob't Tochett L. 
Whitlegh & Bug- 
lawton. 



of=pMaud d. to Rich. Bromhall 
after married to S r John 
Dabridjjcourt. 



Thomas Tochett of [whom] 
y e L. Audley cometh. 



Thomas Tochett was : 
in the custody of 
Thomas Doriugton 
29 E. 3. 



: Elenor within age 
of consent was after 
divorced 1384. 



I 



John Tochett of Nether Whitley .= 



S 1 ' John Tochett sued for the Mannor 
of Buglawton against Thomas son of 
Robert Tochett 29 E. 3. 
I 

John Tochett.=p 



Thomas Tochett=pMaud d. to John Daniers S r John Tochett John son of Rich. 



22 H. 6. 



of Daresbury 22 H. 6. 



John Tochett of=f Elizab. d. to Godfrey 



Whitley Tochett 
19 E. 4. 



Storky of Moldworth 
1 R. 2. 



who compounded 
with Thomas To- 
chett of Whitlegh 
for the Mannor 
of BitKlawton. 



Tochett of Mack- 
worth & Tho 3 To- 
chett parson of 
Mackworth, both 
living 21 R. 2. 



Thomas Tochett ol Nether=pMargarct d. to Adam Beckett 
Whetley 25 H. 8. of Croton 18 H. 7. 



Thomas Tochett of Whitle 
28 H. 8. 



Bridgett d. to Tho 3 Grimsdich 
of Nether Whitly. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1 580. 



225 



Tho s Tochett of=j=Katherine d. to John. Margretfc uxor Jane vx r Nico' 



Nether Whitlv 
1566. 



Raf'e Worsley of ffrancis Tunstall Colwen & after 

Chester gen'*. of Aldcliff in John Wooduett. 

Com. Lane. 



Rob't Tochett of Nether Whitley 1580. 



Cnwsell, iLorti of SBarmtndjam. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 137. Harl. 1505, fo. 141.] 

Arms. — Argent, fretty Gules, on each joint a bezant. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Or an unicorn s head proper, armed of the first, 

Richard Trussell of Mershton.=j= 



William ^pRose d. & heire to S r W m Pantolfe Edmund died 
Trussell. Lord of Cabulstou and Hales. in Ireland. 



gr yrfm Trussell —Maud d. & heire to S r "Warren Manwaring L : of 
Warmincham in Cheshire which Maud after 
maried to S r Oliver y e Burdeaux. 



Lord of War- 
mincham. 



1 d. to S r W'»=pS r John Trussell-p2 d. to S r John S r W 



Butler of Wem died 
in childbed. 



L: of Warmin- Strange [Savage], 
chain. 



g,- yjm Trussell=f. . . . d. to Hugh 
L : of War- Venables of 

mincham. : Kinderton. 



John & ffoulk 
died young. 



Warren 

parson 
of War- 
mincham. 



Trussell. 



Margrett 

vxor 

S r ffoulke 

Pembruee. 



Katherine vxor Amery Trussell. 



Elizabeth vx r S r Baldwin ffrevill. 



S r Warren Trnssell=f= d. to \_S r ] Jn° 



of Cobleston. 



de Phillibert, 



I 
Mauld mar. to 

.... Cocksey. 



2 G 



226 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Lawrence=pMaud d. & heire W m . 



Trussell. 



to ... . Charnell 
of Elinsthorp. 



Maud vx r 


Elizab. vxor 


ffrances 


John 


Thomas 


vxor 


Ha? tang 


ffirriell 


.... 


28 E. 3. 


[Tirriell]. 


Sale. 



gr -\ym Trussell of Elmesthorpe in Com.=pMargery d. to 
Lecester Lord of Warmincham. S r Jn° Ludlow. 



S r Thomas Trussed 
of Elmesthorpe. 



.... vxor Wodhull .... vx r .... Whitney 

de Com. Bedford. de Com. Hartford. 



S r W m Trussell L : of Warmincham/ 



John de Vere Erle=pElizab. sister & heire S r Edward Trussell 



of Oxen ford. 



to S r Edw. Trussell. Knt. baronett {sic) s.p 



John de Vere the 16 th Earle=pMargrett sister to 



of Oxen ford. 



S r Edward Goldine. 



Edward now Earle of Oxenford who sold Warmincham and other 
lands in Cheshire to S 1 ' X'pofer Hatton L : Chancellor. 



^enables of ftntrolnis, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 141 b .] 
Arms. — Azure, two bars Argent, in chief two mullets pierced of the second. 
S r Rich. Venables of Bollyn.=r 



g,- y? m Venables of Bollin=FJane d. to 



Jenkine=F. . . . widow to 



was drowned in Ringay 
water. 



J n° Massy Venables. 
of Tatton. 



. . . . Starky 
of Stretton. 



I 



Dowce maried to S r Rob' Alice married to Thomas Venables who : 
Booth of Dunham. S r Edm d Traiford. purchased Antrobus. 



Robert Venables of Autrobus.=p 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



227 



Peter Venables of Antrobus.=p 



Robert Venables of Antrobus. : 



Thomas Venables of Antrobus.=pMargrett d. to Thoin. Claiton of Thelwall. 



Peter Venables 
eldest son dis- 
inherited and heire 1580. 
yet liveing 1580. 



Rob't Venables=j=Elenor d. to Rob't 
2 d son and Manwaxing of 

Marton a younger 



(sic) of Peever. 



Emme Margrett 

vxtir vxor 

Rich. Rafe 

Woodfen. Manwaring. 



Elizabeth 2 yeares old 1580. 



^enables, Baton <rf i&mtmtmt* 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 141.] 

Arms.— Quarterly— 1 and 6. Azure, two bars Argent, 2. Argent, a cross flory 
between four martlets Gules. [Golborxe.] 3. Vert, a unjvem Argent. 4. 
Argent, three piles in point wavy Sable. 5. Azure, an eagle displayed Argent. 
[Coton.] 

Crest. — A wyvern, with wings endorsed Argent, devouring a child proper. 

Gilbert de Venables dedit Deo & S'otsa Werburgas Eccl'iam de Estbury cum medietate Boschi 
et plani omnia p'tinen' at Newbold. 

Drawing of arms, etc., Plate II., Fig. 15. 

Gilbert de Venables vixit 20 W m Conq. 

I 
Venables. 

I 
Venables. 



S r W" Venables who called Gilbert " proavus suus." 
I 



Hamon de Venables. W ra Venables to whome his father Hugh Venables. 

I gave Winington & Radnor. 

"I 



228 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Roger 1. S r Phillip=Lettice married to her 2 d husband S r Rich.=3. Robert 

Venables. Bamvile 1 Wilbram. Croft 3 

husband. Arms. — Az., 2 bars Art;, on a canton Sa. husband. 

a wolfs head erased of the 2 nd . 



gr W m Venables An'o 35 H. 3. : 



I 



S 1 ' Hun-h Venables^Asjatha d. to Rafe Vernon 



Baron of Kinder- 
ton. 



of Shepbroke. 



Will'm Venables of Bradwall.=j= 
Arms. — Az., 2 bars Arg., in 
chief 2 plates. [3 plates in 
Harl. 1505.] 



W m Venables of Bradwall. 



Jane vx 1 ' Thorn. Berington. 

4- 



Elene vx r Rob't de Kniperley. 



S r Richard Venables of Bollin.=FJane d. & heire to Hamon ffitton of Bollin. 



S r W m Venables of Bollin.= 
Arms. — Az., 2 bars An/., in 
chief 2 mullets of the 2 nd . 



. d. to John Jenkin Venables of Antrobus. 



Massy of Tatton. 



Vide Venables de Antrobus. 
4 



Dowce vx r Rob't Booth. 
4 



1 



Alice vx r Edm'd Trafford. 
4 



William Elizab. d. to S 1 ' W ra =pS r Hugh Venables of=p2. Katherine d. to Rich. 
s.p. Modberley. Kinderton. Houghton. 



W m died=pMaud 
before d. to 
bis Rich, 

father. Vernon. 



before 

his 

father. 



Isabell 


S r Hugh=j=Margery 


Roger 


d. to 


Venables 


d. to 


Venables 


Phillip 


of Kin- 


Perkin 


of Gol- 


Egerton. 


derton 


Cotton. 


borne 




very old 




3 R. 2. 




41 E. 3. 







d. & 

heire to 
W m Gol- 
borne. 



.Mmild and Katherine William S r Rich.- 
obijt s.p. diedbefore Venables 
bis grand- of Kin- 
father, derton. 



Jsabel d. Ellin 
to Raw- vxor 
lin Lang' 
ton. 



Emilia vx r 
W m Brereton. 
Tho s — 

Erdes- Isabell vx r 
wicke. David Eger- 
ton sonne to 
Phillip. 



S r Hugh Venables Baron=i=Parnell d. to S 1 ' 



of Kinderton. 



Piers Dutton. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 229 

^J * 

Elizab. vxor S r Adam Jone vx r Richard Cotton of S r Richard Venables of 
Bostock. Ridware. Kinderton. 



Rich. Cotton of=f Jane d. to S r W m S r Hugh Venables of Kinderton slaine at 
Riduare. I Brereton. Bloreheath 1459 s.p. 



Maud vx r S r Anthony Elenor vx r Katherine vx r Isabell vxor John 

ffitzherbert. S r William Rich. Gravenor Bradborne of 

^ Venables. of Eaton. Hogh. 

4 s 'T- 'T- 



Tho. Venables. : 



W m Venables of Golborne.=p 



S r Thomas Venables.=pCiceley d. to . . . . Stanley of Weever. 
I 

gr ^Tm Venables=rElenor d. & coheire Katherin vx r John Isabell maried to 
to Rich. Cotton of Massy of Poting- Geifery Shaker- 
Ridware. ton. 4- * ev - 4* 



of Kinderton obijt 
in July 1544. 



S r Tho. Venables obijt=p. ... d. to ... . Needham John Venables of Cotton 
in July 1580. 



of Shevington. nere Chester. 



Tho 5 Venables of Kinderton 1599=pErizab. d. to S r W m Brereton of Brereton. 



Elizab. vx r S r Tho. Venables. Mary vx r . . . . Mainwaring. 



tenable* oi Norton an* S^artfoiU 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 ami 4. Azure, two oars Argent, in chief two mullets of the 

second. 2 and 3. Vert, a chevron between three mullets Or. [Pudsey ?] 
Crest. — A dragon Gules, issuing from a whelk-shell lying fesseways Argent. 

gr \y m Venables of Kinderton.=p 



Hugh Venables of Kinderton.=pAgatha d. to Rafe Vernon of Shipbroke. 

a I 



230 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 
Aj 

W m s. prole. Hugh Venables. S r Kich. Venables Thomas Venables of Horton= 

of Bollin. and Hartford. 



William Venables.=p 
_l 

Hugh Venables of Horton &c.=p 



Tho s Venables of Horton & Hartford.= 



r iii 

Hugh Venables of Horton=pJane d. to Nico' Page Peter. Rafe. Roger. 
& Hartford. of Stathom. 



John Venables of Horton and=pMathew d. to Mathew Ligh of 



Hartford. 



Swinehead. 



Rich. Venables of Horton & Hartford=f=Elizab. d. to W m Massy Thomas. 



1566 & 1580. 



of Potington. 



I I I 

William. John. Isabell. 



Vernon, 

EX RELATIONE SAMPS. EEDESWICK, AR. 

[Had. 1424, fo. 138". Harl. 1505, fo. 142".] 
Ricardus de Vernon. 



Hugo de Vernon Warrinus de=p. . . . f. & hseres Reginaldi Bulgiolle d'ni de 



obijt p.p. Vernon. 



Hulgreue et Erdeswicke in Com. Pal. Cestriee. 



Ricard 5 de Vernon=p Mathe* cui mater eius dedit Holgreve et Erdeswike : 



Anno 21 H. 1. 



An'o 21 H. 1. 



Matheus de Houlgreve.=f= 
I 

Matheus de Houlgreve.=pMabilla de Bunburv. 
Bl 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



231 



Mathe" de Hnlgreve duxit Aliciam 
f. Henriei de Vernon. 



Matheus Houlgreve. 



Richard 3 cui pater dedit 
Erdeswik. 



Thomas de Erdeswik. 



Matheus de Houlgreve Cleric' \_Ecelie] dn'i Monhalt. 



Warin" de Vernon=j=Auda filia & hseres Radulphus. Ricardus. Robertus. 
Baro de Shibroc. Will'mi de Malbank. 



Warin" de Vernon Baro de=pMargeria f. et haeres Radulfus Rector Mathe 8 cui 



Shibroc. 



R. A. (sic). 



Ecclise de . . . . mater ei s 
dedit 
terra? de 

Warinus Margeria nupta Ada vxor Will'mi Roisia vxor Bnckiln. 

Ric'o Wilbra- Stafford. Joh'is de 

ham. Litlebury. 



s.p 



1. Maria filia D'ni=pRadulphus de Vernon senior qui-,- 2. Matildis Grosvenor 
Dacres. vixit 150 anuos. 5 Concubina. 



r I I 

Radulphus=r. . . . filia Ricardus Eccliaj Tho. 



Ricardus=p 



Vernon de 
Hanwell. 



. ... St. de Stockport Vernon Vernon. 
Petri. Rector. de Los- 

tock. 



S 5 ? 
Robertus. 



Petrus. 
Will'us. 



Rad'us Vernon de= 
Mottram. 



Radulphus de Vernon^ 
miles. 



Ricardus de Vernon- 
miles. 



Rad s Vernon. = Agnes filia Ricardi Damory Agues vxor W. Ricardus de Vernon= 
Justic' Cestme. Atherton. miles. 



. . vxor Hamon le Strange (sic). Johanna vxor Rob'ti de Foulshurst. 



232 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Benton, Baron of ^Intirtroc, bttlcjo ^!)ipbroke* 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 139.] 
Arms. — Or, a f esse Azure. 
"Warren Vernon Baron of Shipbroke. : 



I 



Rich. Vernon de Osebroke. = 



Rafe. William. Robert. 



I 



Warren de Vernon— Auda d. & heire to=p. . . . Altarip 8 vnlgo Hawtrey 



second husband. W m Maulbank. 



1 husband. 



Hugo de Altaripus. 



Warren de=pMarian after maried 



Vernon of 
Shipbroke. 



to John Litlebury. 
She was maried 34 
H. 3 as by a deed 
appeareth. 



Mathew de Vernon vnto whome 
his mother gave the land of Brick- 
hull which did discend by Inherit- 
ance by a deed of the Lord 
Bassett & Lady Phillippa Mal- 
banke his wife. 



Rafe de 
Vernon 
Rector 
of the 
Church. 



Warren de Vernon s.p. 
Arms. — Or, a /esse 
Azure. 



Mary vx r S r 
Rich. Wil- 
braham. 



Rose vxor Auda vxor W m Stafford & 
John Lit- after to W m Tromwin 46 
tlebury. H. 3. 



Margery vx r Rob. Winington. 
Rich. Winington of Leftwich. 



I 
Roger. 



1. Mary d. to=pS r Raulfe de Vernon y e old called Vernon of^Maud the Grosvenor 



y e Lord 
Dacres. 



the Brand or Brent who lived 15 [150] yeares 
19 E. 2. 
Arms. — Or, on a /esse Az. 3 garbs of the field. 



S r Rafe Vernon 
of Hanwell 
maried Mar- 
gret. 



Rich, parson 
of Stockport. 



Tho. Vernon of 
Lostock maried 
the d. & heire 
of Haslington. 

I 



Richard : 
Vernon. 



widdow to John 
Hatton his para- 
mour. 

Rob't. Maud. 
Will'm. 



Rawlin Rich. Ver- 

Vernon non of 

of Mot- Haslington. 
tram. 



I 



S r Ralfe Vernon who was 
heire to young S r Ralfe 
obijt s. issue male. 

Arms. — Or, a betid 
Az. 



S r Rich. Vernon=pIsabel d. & 



heire to his 
brother S r Ralfe 
Vernon. 



heire to 

Piers 

Malbank. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



233 



A|_ I 

S r Rafe Vernon=Agnes d. to S r 
of Mottrani Rich. Darnory 

died without Justice of 
heire male. Chester. 



o| 



A»nos vx r 
gt W" 

Atherton. 



S r Rich. 
Vernon. 



S r Ralfe=f Mary d. to 



Vernon. 



S'Tho. Butler 
of Bewsy. 



Jone a 10 Hen. 5 vx r 
Rob't ffoulshurst. 



Rafe Vernon=pElizab. d. to . 



of Shipbroke. 



Norris of Speake. 



Doroty vx r Jn° Savage Knight. 



Vernon oi JHjtpbvofte. 

[Had. 1424, fo. 13U". Harl. 1505, fo. 113''.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Or, on a fess Azure three garbs of the field, 2 and B. 

Quarterly Or and Gules, a bendlet Sable. [Malbank.] 
Vernon ok Haddon. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, freltij Sable, a canton . . . . 

2 and 3. Argent, six annulets, 3, 2, and 1, Gules. [Avenell.] 

Warren le Vernon Baron of Shipbroke by the 
guift of Hugh Lupus Earle of Chester. 

Ralfe Vernon of Shipbroke. 

I 
S 1 ' Richard de Vernon. 

I 
S 1 Rafe Vernon. 



2. Mabell d. & heire of S r John Henbnry=j=S r Warrennplsabell d. & heire to W" of 



widow to S r Ric. Thornborow of Thorn- deVernon. 
borow after married to S r Thomas Lang- 
ton of Walt i in. 



Westley Lord of Carthorpe. 
Arms. — Or, abend Azure. 



S r Richard=FEllin d. to S c Kale Kickland of Kicklaiul Warren Vernon=f 



Vernon. 



[Kirkland of KirkUtnd]. 



ofWesfcley. 



S r Warren Vernon=pCiceley d. to the Ric. de Vernon.^ 
Baron of Shipbroke. Lord of Crew. 



Isabell d. 
& heire. 



S r Richard=j=Avice da. & heire to Avenell Will'm =pMargrett d. to S r Thomas 



Vernon. 



of Haddon son to Jn° 
Mapresall of Haddon. 



Vernon. 



Farrington. 



2 H 



234 

A 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



Rich. Vernon of Norton mar. 
Margery d. to Robert Basing. 



W m . Rafe. 

I 
Rafe. 



I 



W m Vernon of Haddon.=pEllin d. & heire. 
I 



S 1 ' Rich. Vernon of Haddon mar. Mauld d. & coheire to S r W m Camville. 

I 
S r Ric. Vernon of Harleston. 



Jn° Hatton=f Maud d. to Jn°=f=S r Ralfe Vernon the old of Ship-=p2. Mary d. to the 



1 husband. 



de Ereby. 



broke lived 150 yeares. 



John. 



Jane. 



L : Dacres. 



Maud=p S r Ralfe 


1 

Agatha 


1 

Rose vxor 


1 
Avice vxor 


1 
S r Tho. 


1 
S r Rich 


d. & 


Vernon 


vxor 


Will'm 


H. Venables 


Vernon 


Vernon 


heire. 


of Han- 


Jenkin de 


Brerton 


militis. 


of Los- 


of Ship 




well. 


Prescott. 


militis. 




tock. 
1 


broke. 
1 



Rawlin Vernon. 

S r Rafe Vernon 
of Mottram. 

S r Ralfe died sans 
issue male. 



Maud 

vxor 

Jn° 

Frode- 

sham of 

Halton. 



Rich. 
Vernon 
of Has- 
lington. 



John Vernon. 

Rafe Vernon 
of Redmore. 



Margret 
vxor 

Bostock. 



Jane vxor 
Tho. Eger- 
ton of 
Barton. 



I 
Ralfe 
Vernon. 

I 



S r Richard Vernon of Shipbroke=pElizabeth 



slaine at Shrewsbury. 



Dockensall. 



Rafe. Richard. Jane vxor 

Hownhill. 



S r Rich. Vernon=pIsabell d. & heire to Piers 
died in France. Mai bank Baron of Nantwich. 



S r Rich.=pEllin d. to . . . . Warren S r Ralfe=pMary d. to S r Tho. Henry de 



Vernon. 



of Pointon. 



Vernon. 



Butler of Bewsy. 



Vernon. 



Jone married to Ralfe Vernon=FEllin d. to John Norris 



Rob't Foulshurst. of Shipbroke. 



of Speake. 



Doroty vxor S r Jn° Savage. Richard a Preist. 



THE VISITATION OF CIIESHIRE, 1580. 



235 



^trnoit oi $)aslincjtcin< 

[Hail. 1424, fo. 140. Harl. 1505, fo. 144.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Or, on a /esse Azure three garbs of the field. 

[Vernon.] 2 and 3. Argent, a fret Sable. [Vernon.] 
Crest. — A demi woman habited Azure, hair dishevelled Or, holding in the arms a 

garb of the last, 

S r Ralfe Veruon of Shepbroke=pMary d. to the 
the old lived 150 yeares. Lord Dacres. 



S r Rich. Vernon S r Ralfe Vernon S r Tho s Vemon=p. . . . d. & heire of ... . 



of Shipbroke. 



of Hanwell. 



of Lostock. 



Haslington vt opinor. 



Rich. Vernon of=i=Avice d. to John Vernon Margrett Jane vx r Thomas 



Haslington. 



Tho s Ligh 
of Bradley. 



of Redmore. 



vxor 
Bostock. 



Egerton of Bar- 
ton. 



Richard Ver-=pMargrett d. John. Rafe Vernon of Redmore. 



non of Has- 
lington. 



to S r Rich. — 
Molineux. Rafe. 



James Vernon=p. ... d. to Thomas Richard. Thomas. Rafe. William. 



of Haslington. 



Minshull. 



Richard Vernon of Haslington.=p Jane d. of Rich. Tarbock. 



John Vernon of Haslington.= 



Ralfe Vernon of=f Jane d. to S r Robt. fFoulhurst Margery vxor Isabell vxor 



Haslington. 



r 



\_jJoulshurst~\. 



Tho s Beeston. Jn° Houghton. 



Richard Vernon of Haslington .^=Margaretfc d. to Lawrence Ropp of Stappeley. 

i i j i i m i r \ 

W m . Rafe=plsabell Rob't. John, Mar- Margery Doroty. 



Law- John 
rence died 
s.p. young. 



Rafe : 
Ver- 
uon 
of 

Has- 
ling- 
ton. 



: Isabell Rob't. John, Mar- Margery 

d. to Henry grett vx r Ran- 

Tho s & vx. oW/Shaw 

Lever- Tho. Jn° of Has- 

sedg of s.p. Yard- lington. 

Whee- ley. 
lock. 



236 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 



U 



Rob't Vernon=pCiceley d. to Rafe. 



of Hasling- 
ton 1566. 



Rob't ffouls- 
hurst of Crew. 



I 

Jane vx r Rob't Mabon 
of the Wast in Com. 
Lane. 



Anne vx r Tho a 
Smethwike. 



Tho. Vernon=pDorothy d. to W m Rob't=Anne widow Henry Elizab. vxor 
of Hasling- Egerton of Wrine- Ver- to ... . 3 d Rob't Cor- 

ton 1580. hill. non Williamson. 



Ver- 
non 
2 d son. 



3 d 
son. 



Rob't Cor- 
bett of 
Hatherton. 



George y e 
Judge. 



Ciceley vx. Nidi. 
Browne de 3fersh 
in Com. Derb. ar. 



Anne vxor 

Smith de 

Com. Salop. 



Dorothy. 



. . . . vx r Jesper 
Worth of Tider- 
ington. 



I 
Margery. 



Jone. 



Ellin. 



I 

Mary. 



Sealtljali of iJtanttoidj. 

[Hail. 1124, fo. 152". Harl. 1505, fo. 156.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Or, a chevron Vert between three hawks close Sable. 

2. Gules, a chevron between three birds' heads erased Argent, for Marchomley. 

3. Azure, a lion rampant Argent within a bordure engrailed Or, a crescent 
for difference, for Crew. 

Crest. — An arm embowed, vested Gules, gloved Argent, the hand clenched, thereon 
a falcon close proper. 

Thomas Walthall=j=Alice d. & heire to John Marchomley of Marchomley. 
of Nantwich. Arms. — Gu., a chev. betw. 3 birds' heads erased Arg. 



Gilbert Walthall=j=Jane d. & heire to Randoll Crew of Nantwich. 



of Nantwich. 



Arms. — Azure, a lion ramp. Arg. within a 
bord. engr. Or, a crescent for diff. 



Roger Walthall of=f=Margrctt d. to Thomas Masterson 
Nantwich An 1566. of Nantwich. 



II II II 

Thomas Richard. Gilbert. John. Elizabeth vx 1 ' John Elenor. Jane. 
Walthall. Woodnett of Shem- 

ton. 



Margery. 



Isabell. 



Ellen. 



Margaret. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 237 

A FAMILY OF GREAT POSSESSIONS NOW EXTINCT. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 154.] 
A k.ms. — Argent, three bucks statant Gules. 

William Waskett.=F 



William Washett was a tester to Hugh 5 Earle of Chester. : 



Henry.=p Thomas. 

William Washett of Copnall in Com. Cestr. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 144». Harl. 1505, fo. 148".] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Quarterly Argent and Gules, in the second and third a fret 
Or, a crescent for difference. [Ddtton.] 2. Argent, a chevron between three 
cormorants Sable. [Wakbueton.] 3. Argent, two chevrons Sable, on a canton 
Gules a mullet Or. [ Wyhburton.] 4. Argent, an orle within eight martlets in 
orle Sable. [Winnington.] 5. Sable, a cross patonce Argent. [Pulfokd.] 
G. Azure, a garb Or, between tivo bezants in fess. [Grosvenor.] 

Crest. — A man's head affronte, couped at the shoulders Sable, bearded Or, wreathed 
about the temples Or and Gules, issuing therefrom three ostrich feathers of the 
second. 

A Charter of Geffrey sonne to S' Geffrey Warbiirton Knight did confirme to Geffrey his sonne 
the Mosse Sutton. [Apparently sealed with the arms : Argent, two chcvronels Gules, on a canton 
of the second a mullet Or.] 

Drawing of arms, etc., Plate II., Fig. 10. 
In some places the head is without wreath or beard. 

Adam de Button brother to=pAlice d. to John Lacy 



S r Hugh vixit 33 H. 2. 



Constable of Chester. 



S r Geffery de Button.=f= Agnes* d. & heire to Roger ffiz Alured. 

A| 

* This Agnes had the one halfe of the manor of Warbiirton given her in ffrank marriage and 
Julm. Constable of Chester, being Cheife Lord did confirme it. The other halfe the Prior of St. 
Johns of Jerusalem did give vnto him A" 1 1S7. :;:i H. 2. 



238 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 
A| 



I 

Geffrey vixit aii'o 1271. 



I 



Tho. Dutton of Thelwall. 



Geffrey Dutton L :* of Chedle 20 E. 1 mar. 
the d. & heire of Warburton vt quidem. 



filia vxor Claiton. 



S r Piers Dutton an'o 1 E. 2 sometimes called=p 
"Warburton or D'n's de Warburton. 



S r Geffery Warburton Sherriffe=pMargrett. Peter 2 d Hugh of whom John 



of the Shyre a 1 E. 3. 

Arms : . . . 2 chev. . . . & on 
a canton .... a mullet. 



son 16 Werberton of mint is 

E. 2. discended. 



I 
S r Geffrey Warburton visit a 44 E. 3.=f Ellin. 

I 

Geffrey Warburton vixit 5 R. 2.=pNicola d. to S r Jn° Daniers 33 E. 3. 

John "Warburton died 7 R. 2.=FAgnes. 



Peter Warburton died a 13 H. 4.= 



W m sonne to S r Geffery Warburton 
& Ciceley his wife 5 R. 2. 



S r Geffrey de Warburton= 
died 27 H. 6, 1448. 



Beatrix d. to Piers 
Dutton of Dutton. 



Margrett. Geffrey. Rob't. 



John. 



Isabel. 



I I I I III 

Jane. Tho s . Richard. John 4 th son. Marion. Pentrolla. Margaret. 



Thomas base sonne.=j=Anne d. to Rich. Masterson of the familie of Nantwich. 
I 



Peter Warburton of Nantwich=fMary d. to George Barley of 

Dransfeld in Com. Darby. 
Arms : Plate II., Fig. 17. 



1580 Sergeant at law. 



B 



Elizab. 3 yeares old 1580. 



* I do probably collect as well by certaine evidences concerning Warburton Mosse as also by 
other ancient deeds, that this man was called D'n's Petrus de Warburton whereby it seemeth y' 
because Warberton was his cheife house hee did according to the vse of the old time call himself 
D'n's de Warburton. And that his heires did wholly reteine the name of Warburton forgetting by 
little and little the name of Dutton, for it cannot bee as common report is that hee married War- 
bertons daughter aud heire & so chang'd his name for her sake and had y c lands by her : Because 
the whole manor of Warberton was long before given to his predecessors as appeareth before. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



239 



|B 



Piers Warburton called Wise Piers built=pEllen d. to S 1 ' John 



the house of Arley obi j t 1495. 



Savage. 



I 

S r John Warburton=pJane d. to S r 
whose descent I W m Stanley 

appeareth on the j Chamberlaine 
next side. to K. H. 7. 

[See below.] 



Dowce vx. Rich. 
Aston of Aston. 



Blanch vxor Thomse 
Daniell of Tabley 
13 E. 4. 



Wtarluutom 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 145. Harl. 1505, fo. 149.] 

Arms. — Quarterly of twelve.* — 1. Quarter!;/ Argent and Gules, in the second and third 
quarters a fret Or, a crescent for difference. [Button alias Warburton.] 
2. Gules, afesse Or, between three escallops Argent. 3. Gules, four fusils [or 
almonds'] in pale Or. [Nigel, Baron of Halton.] 4. Or, a chief Azure. 
[Luzors.] 5. Quarterly Or and Gules, a bendlet Sable, over all a label of five 
points Argent. [Lacy.] 6. Lozengg Or and Azure. 7. Or, a lion rampant 
I'li/pure. [Burgayille.] 8. Argent, a chevron between three cormorants 
Hi i hie. [Warburton.] 9. [Argent], two chevrons [Gules'], on a canton [of 
the second] a mullet [Or]. [Warburton.] 10. Azure, a garb Or. [Grosye- 
nor.] 11. Argent, an or le within eight martlets in orle Sable. [Winxington.] 
12. Sable, a cross patonce Argent. [Eaton.] 

Crest. — A Saracen's head affronti, couped at the shoulders proper, wreathed round 
the temples Argent and Sable, therefrom issuing three ostrich feathers Or. 

S r John Warburton miles pro Corpore=pJane d. to S r W m Stanley 
Regis H. 8 obijt 1G H. 8. L : Chamberlaine to K. H. 7. 



War- 
burton 
died 
the 5 th 
of July 
a 4 
E. 6. 



d. & 

heire 

to 

Rich. 

Win- 

ing- 

ton. 



John War-= 


pEmmc 


Jane ux. 


Blanch 


Ellin vxor 


burton of 


d. to 


W" 


vx 1 W m 


Car- 


Budworth 


. • • • 


Turvile 


Dam- 


rington of 


2 d sonne. 


Gol- 


de Com. 


port of 


Carring- 




borne 


Lee. 


Broni- 


ton. 




of 




hall. 






Over- 










ton. 









Dowce 
vx r John 
Starky of 
Wren- 
bury. 



John.=Bridgett d. to Rob't Crane. 



Richard. 



Peter. 



[Evidently very incorrectly marshalled. — J. P. R.] 



240 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



S r John War- 
burton of 
Arley obi j b 
1575. 



=Mary d. to S r 
Will'iam 
Brerefcon of 
Brereton. 



Peter. 



Anne 
vx 1 ' S r 
Edw d 
ffit- 
ton. 



W m . 



Jane vxor S r 
Will'm 
Brereton of 
Brereton and 
after to Law- 
rence Smith. 



Peter Warburton 
of Heffenston 
2 d sonne. 



Rich. 



Rich. 



a pensioner. 



Anne vxor .... ffitton 
de Com. Staff. 



Peter War-=pMary d. to John, 
burton of S r John 



Areley 
1580. 



Holcroft. 



George maried 
the da. of ... . 

Heskett widow 
to ... . 
Houghton. 



Elizab. vxor 
S r William 
Boothe of 
Dunham. 



I 

Mary vx 1 Tho s 

Wilbram of 
Woodhey. 



Anne. Jane. 



Elizab. vx r Rafe 
Egerton of 
Ridley. 



Jane vx r W? 
Brereton of 
Ashley. 



Elenor 
vx r Tho. 
Marbury 
of Mar- 
bury. 



Alice 3 d wife 
to Peter 
Warburton 
Serjeant at 
Law. 



ffrancis. 
Isabell. 



Anne. 



$ra ©Blarrcn tic pointon, 

Stochport, bd Stoftport, tntlgo StopforU. 

OUT OF AN OLD WHITING. 

Et en droit del manier de Bradbury et des autres ten'tes en Romylegh, Wirneth, Hatterslegh 
et Eccheles vne Richard de Stockport morust seise en son demene Come de fee. Apres qui 
mort eutra Johan'a, come fille et hoiret cella estat' continua tant p' elle enfesse Nichol son filz et 
Margret le fille Monss* John d'Arderne, de mesme les tentes a eulx et les hoires de leur corpes 
engendres. Et par default de Issue, le reversion a lui et a ses hoires lequelle Jehan'a mouriet et 
Nicholl et Margareta sans essue entre eulx. Par quoy vn Richard de Stockport come Cousin et 
hoir Jehanna entra mesmes les ten'tes come en sa Reversion lequell Richard son estat' de mesmes 
les ten'tes continua tanq' q'uil de mesmes les ten'tes enfeffa vn John Fitton, Parson del Eglise 
de Wilmeslow, et Robert de Taxhall Chaplain, a eux et a leur hoires a tousiours. Et reprist' 
L'estat a luy, et a Margaret sa femme la fille de Richard Fitton et a les hoires de leur corps 
engendres. Et par default de issue de eux, le remainder a les droit hoires de Ric' de Stockport. 
Lequelles RiC & Margaret, avoient issue vn Ric r et Isabell lesquelles tous a ore son mortz sans 
issue. Par quoy les ditz Manoires et Ten'tes avant dictes apperteignent a John le fiz Monss' 
Edward de Warren. Comme a Cousin et droict hoier a Ric r de Stockport Cesta scavoir fils de 
Cecile seur a Rob't de Eton, pere a Richard de Stockport. 

OUT OF AN OLD WRITING IN LATINE. 

D'n's Ricard s Goodere de Pointon alias diet 8 D'n's de Pointon : 
Habuit exitum p' Annam filiam Thomse D'ni de Clune. 



A| 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



241 



|A 



Tho s Goodere D'n's de Pointon qui mortn 8 est in Scotia 
et sepultus apud Boness juxta Burgh super Sabolones 
in Cumbria a" vltimo E. 1, 1307. Et habuit exitutu 
p' Joha'nam f. D'ni de Mawley in Com. Eborac'. 

I 



Helena nupta Domino 
Thomas Bardolphe et 
habuerunt prolem. 



1. Matilda=pJoh'es 7 Com.=pJana filia Joh'es=f= Editha Richardus de Goodiere 



de Bello 
Campo. 



Warren et 
Surrey t'pe 
E. 1 R'. 



D'no 

W'nio 
Mow- 
bray. 



de 

Poin- 
ton. 



filia 

D'ni 

Joh'is 

de 

Twi- 

ford. 



qui duxit filiam et 
hreredem Thornbury de 
Midd' & Agnetem vniq' 
cohseredeni Domini de 
Dereham 1° E. 3. 



Will'm's 
de 

Warren 
p. Ma- 

tildam. 



Joh'cs Warren p' Jana'=pEditha filia 
f. D'ni W. de Mowbray & hferes 
jure vxoris sue Edithaa Joh'is de 
dictus D'n's Joh'es de Pointon. 
Pointon. 



Will'us Joh'es= Jana filia 
s. prole. Good- West 
ere. D'ni 

Laware. 



D'n's Edward 3 de Pointon =pElenora filia Fulconis de Lucy. 

! 



Edwardus de Pointon.=f=Ciceley filia D'ni Nicolai de Eton Baronis de Stockport. 

4* 



BKBarrtn tie pointon, Baron oi i^todtpmt, 

[Harl. 1124, lb. 143. Harl. 1505, fo. 147.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Cheeky Or and Azure, on a canton Gules a lion ram pant 

Argent. 2. Or, on a chevron Azure three stains close, sans leys, Argent. 

[Stafford.] 3. Azure, crusily, and three lozenges Or. [Stuck pout.] 4. 

Azure, a chevron between three double-headed eayles, displayed Argent, crowned 

Or. [Eton.] 
Crest.— Out of a ducal coronet Gold, an eagle's leg Or, in front of a plume of feathers 

Argent. 

S r Rob't Stockport A 23 H. 3.=pRoisa.=Alexander de Bamvile 2' 1 husband. 



I I 

S r Rob't Stockport. Margrett vx r W m Vernon t'pe W" 

=p Ouresby Justiciarij Cestriaj. 

A| B| 



* This man builded a house at Hadley & called it Boness. 



2 I 



242 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



John Erie Warren S r Nic. Elton [Eton'] S v Rich. S r Rob't Rich. Yernon under 

Sussex & Surrey married Margery Stock- Stock- yeares. 

mar. Jane d. to L : daughter to Wil- port. port. 

W m Mowbray. liam Colville. 

r 

S r Edward 
"Warren. 



S r Nicholas=pJane d. & heire to=S r Jn° Arderne 



Eton. 



S r Rich. Stockport. 2 a husband. 



I 



Rich. Vernon 
31 E. 3. 



Edward =pCiceley John Nic. Elton=Margarett d. Rob't de=j=Isabell d. to Jn° 



Warren. 



Elton. Elton, first son to S r John Elton 

s. prole. Arderne. [Eaton]. 



S r John Warren buried at=pMargrett d. & heire to S r John 



Boton in Norff. 1384. 



Stafford of Wigharn after married 
to John Manwaring. 



Damport after 
married to 
Rob't ffulham 
3 a 'y to John 
Stathom & 
lastly to S r Jn° 
Stafford. 



I 
Nic s obi j t vivo patre.=pAgnes d. to S r Rich. 
Winington. 



Rich, de Stockport 
married Margarett 
d. to S r Rich, ffitton. 



Isabel!. 



Laurence Warren of Pointon.=pMargery d. to Hugh Bulkley. 



John Warren of=pIsabel d. to S r John 
Pointon. Stanley. 



Margrett married 
to John Stafford. 



Lawrence Warren=plsabel d. to Robert Ligh 
of Pointon. of Adlington. 



John Warren=pAnne d. to the 
2 a husband. Lord Stafford. 



S r John Warren of Pointon.=f=Elizabeth d. to S 1 ' Thomas G-errard. 



Isabell. 



S r Lawrence Warren=pMargrett d. to Rich, married Nico' a Jerome. Rafe. 



of Pointon Baron of 
Stockport. 



S r Piers Ligh Katherin 
of Lyme. More. 



Preist. 



S r Edw.=pDorothy d. Law- Edward. George. Randoll=pEliz. d. of Rich. 



Warren 
of 

Poin- 
ton. 



to S r W m rence. 
Booth of 
Dunham. 



5 sonne. 



Hen. 

Caterall. 



Lawrence. Edward. George. Ralfe. Jone. Sibell. 



I 



John Warren of Pointon 1 580.=f=Margrett d. to S r Rich. Molineus. 

C I D 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



243 



I 
S r Edw. Warren 
Knighted in 

Ireland 1599. 



Lawrence. 

Richard. 



John. 
Rafe. 



I I 
Doroty. 

Mary. 



ffrances. 
Ellenor. 



Doroty Jane vxor Katherin Anne vxor 

vxor George vx r Nico' George 

Chatter- Brad- Ridgeley 

ton. bury. Serieant at 



Hugh 
Dam- 
port. 



Amies. 



Mabell 


Ciceley 


Mar- 


Ellin 


vxor 


vx r 


grett 


vx r 


Roger 




vx 1 ' 


Roger 


Beck 


Colsell. 


Rob't 


Downes 


Serieant 




Hyde. 


ofShrig- 


at Armes. 






ley. 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 150 1 '.] 

Arms. — Sable, two bars Argent, on a canton of the first a garb Or. 

Weever of Weever.=p 



S r Edward Weever of Weever. Thomas Weever.=p. ... d. to ... . Manwaring 

ofCroxton. 



Elizab. vx r John Stanley. 



Hugh Weever of Aston. = 



I 



Thomas Weever.=j=. ... d. to ... . Golborne. 

Nicolas Weever.=p. ... d. to ... . Bromley 



Nicholas 2 d sonne. 



George Weever of=f Elizab. d. to Jn° ffoulshurst younger brother 
Aston Mondram. to S 1 ' Robert ffoulshurst of Crew. 



Robert Weever=i=Elizab. d. to Roger Hill of Alice vxor Oliver Elizabeth vxor 



of Aston Mon- 
dram. 



the fford brother's son to Dias de Comitatu Tho s Martin of 
S r Rowland Hill. Leicester. London. 



Rich. Weever mar. Roger married ffrancis. George. Robert. Randoll. 
Elizabeth d. to y c d. of Tho- — — 

Thomas Leftwich. mas Withed. Hugh. Thomas. 



Rob't Weever jetatis 6 annor'm 1580. 



Ellin, Anne vxor Randoll Poole of Algier in the parish of Bartromley. 



244 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



2ie*lti of Catom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 153.] 

Arms. — Azure, a /esse nebuU between three crescents Ermine. 

Crest. — A ivyvem, with wings endorsed Sabtc, gulte d'Or, collared and lined Argent. 

These Armes were confirmed and this Crest granted to John Weld of Eaton aforesaid by S r 
Gilbert Dethicke al's Garter Kinge of Armes by l'res patents although Injuriously. And are there- 
fore ratified and allowed by mee W. fflower Esquire (al's) Norrey King of Armes in October 1579 
at the request of the s d Iiob't Weld of Eaton. 

John Weld of Eaton.=f=Jone d. to . . . . ffizhugh. 



Richard 1. Anne d. to=j=Humfrey Weld=Mary d. to Eliz.vx r Ellin vx 1 ' 



Weld. 



Nicholas 
Wheler of 
London. 



Alderman of 
London, 



S r Stephen Ralfe 
Slany. Black- 

rnor of. 

Over. 



John. 



Jone. 



I 

Anne. 



John Whit- 
tingha' of 
Middlewick. 



Rob't Weld of=pEllen d. to Rob't 01 ton Jn° Weld of=pDoroty d. to Roger Gris- 



Eaton 1580. 



ofWetnall. 



John Robert. Elizabeth. 
Weld. 

Jane. 



London. 



I I 
Anne. 

Ciceley. 



Ellin. 



wold after niaried to Hugh 
Offley, Alderman. 



John. Jane. Doroty. 



Wlctnall of CoppcnljalL btilcjo CopnalL 



[Harl. 1424, fo. 150.] 



Roger Wetnall of Copnall=pIsabell d. to Tho s Charles Man-=j=Isabell d. to Hugh 



descended of a younger 
brother. 



Masterson of 
Nantwich. 



waring of 
Croxton. 



Anne vx 1 ' Reguald Wright 
of Nantwich. 



I 



Brereton of the 
Peele. 



Thomas Wetnalbplsabell Manwaring. 
of Copnall. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 245 



Roger Wetnall Charles Wetnall Thomas John. Isabell vx 1 ' Anne Ellin 

of Oopnall of Canterbury maried Slade died vxor 

mar. Margery maried Eliza- Mary d. of Breri- a W m 

d. to Jn° Alex- beth d. to to Edw. hurst by Vir- Wood 

ander of Bull of Church of Mow. gin. of 

Wistaston. Canterbury. Nantwich. Nant- 



wich. 



Wetnall of Cjjolnuwton, alias CJonratom 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 149.] 

Arms.— Quarterly— 1 and 4. Vert, a cross engrailed Ermine. 2 and 3. Azure, a lion 

rampant Argent. [Crewe.] 
Another Coat. — Vert, a cross lozengy Ermine. 
Crest. — A goat's (or antelope's) head,'couped Argent, armed of the same. 

Rafe Wetnall 

I 
Rafe Wetnall. 

I 

Thomas Wetnall of Cholnioston.=p Jone d. to S r Henry Hulse. 



W m Wetnall of Cholniston.=f 

I 



John Wetnall of ChoImston.=f Anne d. & coheire to Piers Brindley. 
I 

Thomas Wetnall of Cholmston.=FSusan d. & coheire to David Crew. 



Hugh Wetnall of=j=Elizab. d. to John Minshull Jone vx r W m Wetnall 

Cholmston. I of Minshull. of Nantwich. 



Phillip Wetnall of Cholmston.=fAnne d. to Hugh Starky of Olton. 
! 

i r i i i 

Will'm=Isabel d. to Jn° Elenor vxor Susan vx r Jane vxor Katherme 

Wetnall Skrimshaw of Edm 11 Scar- Lawrence Henry vx r Phillip 

of Cholm- Norbury in ming de Wright de Mosoke Wetnall. 

ston. Staff. Com. Warw. Com. Surrey, de Com. 

Lane. 



24.6 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



2HetnalI oi #anttoicf). 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 149 b .] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 1. Vert, a cross engrailed Ermine. 2 and 3. Vert, a lend 

Ermine; a crescent over all for difference. 
Crest. — A goats (or antelope's) head Argent, issuing out of a ducal coronet Gtdes, 

and charged with a crescent of the last for difference. 

Thomas Wetnall of Nantwich younger brother to Wetnall of Wetnall.=f= 



Tho. Wetnall of Nantwich.= 



1. Jone d. to Tho s Wetnall=pWillianj Wetnall of=p2. Elizab. d. to John Leech 
of Cholmston. Nantwich. of Nantwich. 



Tim. Wetnall=f=Margery d. Margerie. Roger. Hugh. Robert. Elizabeth. 

John. Richard. Robert. 
William. Gabriell. Henry. 



of Nantwich 
1566. 



to Tho 3 
Masterson 
of Nantwich. 



Gabriell Wetnall. 



Wlljitmxt of Cfjurstanttim 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 152.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and i. Argent, a chief Azure. [Haselwall.] 2. Or, a lion 
rampant, between three martlets Gules. 3. Per fess Vert and Gules, an eagle 
displayed Or. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Or a lion's head Argent, collared with a riband tied 
in a bow at the back Azure. 

Sciant o'es &c. quod ego Ric'us de Thurstanton, ccmfirmavi Rogero filio Ric'i, filij Hugonis 
filij Oliveri, pro homagio et servitio sno quo'dam terra' qua' Cecelia vxor Rob'ti Revell tenet : Et 
terra' qua' idem Roger" tenet in feode Will'mi de Malbank, ilia' scilicet quam Ric'us pater su ! et 
Hugo frater su 8 et Hugo atavus suus tenuerunt de Will'mo filio Matheo patre meo in feode & 
hereditate. Testib 8 Phillippi de Orreby tunc Justiciario Cestrise, retro Clerico D'ni Comitis, 
Patricio filio eius, Jacobo de Hellesby. Ric'o de Kingesley. 

Drawing of arms from a seal, inscribed 8. W'mi filij Jo. Whitmore. Arms : 
Per fesse Azure and Argent. 

Drawing of arms from a seal. A plain shield divided per fesse.* 

Richard de Thurstanton. 

Arms. — Vert,fretty Or. 

Peter. 

* [Above the drawing is written] :— S. Joh'is de Whitmore, annex' Carta Will'mi filij 
Joh'is Whitmore de Thurstanton an 25 R, H. 6. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

LA. 

I 
Patrick de Haselwall.=r Agnes d. & heire. 

David de Ilaschvall. 

Margrett d. and heire. 

John. 



247 



Ciceley maried to John Whitmore son to Robert. 



John Whitmore* of Thurstanton.=f= 
I 

John Whitmore of Thurstanton.=p 
I 

W m Whitmore of Thurstanton.=pJone da. to Ralfe Damport. 
I 

W ra Whitmore of Thurstanton.=p. ... d. to ... . Atherton. 



John Whitmore of Thurstanton.=j=Mary, d. to S r Thomas Poole 

I of Werrall. 



d.=John Whit-=2. Elizabeth Tho. Whitrnore=j= Katherin, =pRafe Bos- 



to . . . . more died d. to Thomas 2 d son died be- 

Birkhead. s.p. Wilbram de fore his brother 

Woodhey John. 

Esquire. 



d. to Roger 
Hurleston 
of Chester. 



tock 2 d 
husband. 



"I 



John Whitmore=pKatherine d. to W m Whitmore=f=Alice d. & heire Katherine 



of Thurstaiiton 
living 1569 et 
1580. 



W m Stanley sister of Thurstan- 
to S r Rouland ton 
Stanley. 



to W m Hough vx r Rich, 
of Leighton in Whitmore. 
Werrall. 



Elizabeth. 



William. 



Richard. 



Jane. 



Elizabeth. 



H. 6. 



An Inquisition o£ John Whitmore after his death who held the Manor of Thurstanton 



248 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



OTntttncjIjam of iflttitilctoidjt, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 153 b .] 
Seth Whittinghani second sonne to Whittinghani of Lancashire/ 



I 



Thomas 
Whit- 
tingham 
ofMidle- 
wiche. 



: Ellin d. to 
....Walley 
of Midle- 
wiche. 



James had 
issue many 
children. 



William 
3 d son. 



Eafe had issue 
divers children. 



I 



. maried 
to Hugh 
Carrington 
of Ouver. 



W m Whittingham, Divine of Durham. 
Timothy 1598. 



Charles Whitting-=j=. ... d. to W m Whittingham of Piers Thomas Whit-=j= 



ham of Middle- 
wiche. 



. . . . ffoster Oldkaugh in War- 
of Sproston. mincham parish. 



s.p. 



tingham. 



Eich. Eobt. obijt=pKatherin d. Tho s . 

a base vivo patre. 

son 

(sic). 



to...Hassall — 
of Elton. Mathew 
s.p. 



John now living. 



W m . W m Ellen vxor John 

s. prole. Bagnall of New- 
castle vnder 
Lyne. 



William Whitting- Edward Whit- John Whitting-=pEllen vx r John Charles ■ 



ham of London 
obijt sine prole. 



tingham of 
Midlewiche. 



ham of Middle- 
wiche. 



Edward. 



Margret. 



Katherine. 



Weld of Eaton, maried 
in Kent. 



I 

Thomas. 



Jane vx 1 ' Eich. Ellin vxor Eob't Margrett. 
Marsh of Warrell of Midle- 

London. wich. 



Katherine. Elizabeth vx r Tho 9 
Gate of Midlewich. 



Humphrey Whitting-=f=Katherine d. & heire to John. Charles. Thomas. 



ham of Midlewich 
1599 



Huiufrey Blackborne 
of Midlewich. 



William. 



Thomas. 



Anne. 



I I I 

Seth. Katherin. Timothy. 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



2 1!) 



WtUntrljam, tails* TOiforaimm, of WLoo^ijt^ 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 143".] 

Akms. — Quarterly — 1 and I. Jcwv. tfwo tars Argent, on a canton Sable a wolf's 
head crated of the first. ■>. Argent, a cross patonce between four martlets 
Hales, a label of Jive points .... [GOLBOBNE.] ::. Argent, on a bend 
Sable three cross-croslets Or. [Ceosley ?] 

Crest. — ^4 wolf's head erased Argent. 

Hie uotandu' est Quod Arma fuerunt olim Arma Will'mi Venables de Wimim-ham, filij 
Junioris Will'mi Venables de Kinderton, cui" Will'mi filia' njt:it is maximum no'i'e Leetitiam. 
Quidam Ric" Wilbraham miles prim 5 etprsacipu 8 huius familiseaccepit in vsorem A quib" hudierne 
Tho. Wilbraham de Woodhey in Cestrensi Palatdnatu' genum suum ducit. 

Thomas Wilbram of Woodhey .=p 



Thomas Wilbram=pMargrett d. to Tho s Raudoll.= 
of Woodhey. Swetnam. 



John. 



Humphrey. Rafe maried Elizab. d. to 
Sandford of Lane. 
I 



Richard. 



Henry. 



Randoll. Rich, maried Elizab. d. 
to Tho. Masterson. 



Thomas. 



John. 



Richard. Roger. Rafe. Thomas. 



W ro Wilbram=pEllin d. to Philip Thomas. Margrett Elizab. vxor Jane vx r 
of Woodhey Egerton of Eger- 
Esquire. ton. 



John. 



vx 1 ' Tho. Tho s Bromley Lawrence 
Hill. of Xorbury. Wood- 

nett. 



S r Rowland Hill Mavor of London. 



Tho s Wil- 
braham maried 
Margery d. to 
S r John Man- 
waring of 
Peever s.p. 



R,ichard=f=Dorofcy d. Ellin vx r 

Wil- to Rich- Rafe 

bram of ard Done 

Wood- Grosvcnor of Flax- 

hey. of Eaton, yards. 



Margery 
vx r Rafe 
Leversege 

of Whee- 

loclc. 



Elizabeth 
vx r Ju" 
Whit- 
more of 
Thnr- 
s tan ton. 



Mar- 
garet 
vx r Tho 9 
Daniell 
of 
Tabley. 



1. fl'rances d. to S r Hugh=pThomas Wilbram of Wood-=Mary d. to Peter War- 



Cholmeley. 



hey Esquire 1580. 



burton of Areley. 



Richard Wilbram retatis 



Doroty vx r John 
Done, 



Mary vx r Tho" 
Delves. 

2 K 



250 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



(BBiftram oi 3&atmot\ 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 144. Harl. 1505, fo. 148.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Azure, two bars Argent, on a canton Sable a wolf's head 
erased of the first, a crescent for difference. 2. Azure, a plate between three 
crescents Or. 3. Or, on a bend cotisecl Gules three crescents Argent. 
4. Quarterly Argent and Sable, in the second and third quarters a buck's 
head cabossed Or, over all a bendlet Gules. 

Crest. — A wolf's head erased Argent, charged with a crescent for differe?ice. 

Ralfe Wilbram of Radnor.=p 



I 

Tho s Wilbram of Radnor.^ 



I 



I 
Thomas Wilbram of Radnor.=p 



.... Wilbram of Radnor 
in Cheshire. 



.1 

Rich. Wilbram of=pMargery d, & coheire to 
Brindley. W m Rees of Worleston. 



AV m Wilbram of Brindley .=pEUin d. to W nl Beteley of Bourland. 



Rich. Wil-=Elizab. d. Randoll=rMarerett James. W m . Thomas. 



bram of to Jn° Wil- 

Brindley Leech of bram of 

1580. " Nant- Wor- 

wich. leston. 



d. to . . 
Wolley 
of Bon- 
bury. 



I 

Elizab. 

vx r Ric. 

Maston 
[Moston]. 



James. 



William. 



Richard. 



Rich. Wilbram of=j=Margret d. to W m William 2 d son 

Worleston 1580. Allen of Brindley. s. prole. 



I I I I I 

Tho. Wilbram jetatis 4 annor'm 1580. Richard. William. Elizabeth. Acmes 



Winmcjton oi Mmincjton, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 145 b . Harl. 1505, fo. 149 b .] 
S r Richard Winington of Winington.=p 



Rob t Winington=p 
of Winington. 



Hugh of whome Winington of 
y e Hermitage is descended. 



Richard of whome 
Leftwich is descended. 

4- 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 251 

A| 



Rich. Winington of Winington. =p Nico' Winington of Birches. 



of Winington. 



Rob't Winington=j=Katherine d. & coheire to Rafe Holland and of Rose Skevmgton 
his wife Hseres multarum tenor' in Com. CestriEe, mint, ac in 
Dominio de Hawarden & de Denbigh. 

Mellaril W inington=^Katherine d. to . . . . Ycnables 
of Winington Esq. who died 22 Augusti 22 //. 7. 



Rich. Winington of=pKatherine 5 tb d. & coheire to 
Winington esq r . I Rob't GrosTenor of Holme. 



rine s. prole an Inquisition taken A 6 Elizabeth was 14 yeares old A 6 

H. 8 and Elizabeth is her sister and heire. II. 8 sister & heire to Katherme 

maried to Peter Warburton. 

S r John de Warburton. 

Elizabeth wife to S r Peter Warburton, d. & heire to Rich. Winington esquire, brought with 
her, of her father's Inheritance, The mannor of Winington w ,h other lands in Northwich, Castle 
Nortwich, Twenbroks, & Cleycroft, The mannor of Pulford w th certaine lands in Peever & 
Allostock. 

Onehalfe of the mannor of Winington holden of S r John Vere Knight and of Elizabeth his 
wife sister and heire to > r Edwi rd TrusseVJ as of the mannor of Warmineham by Knights service. 
The other moity of John, Abbott of S> Werburgh in Chester 22 H. 7. 

Below the pedigree is the drawing of a seal, inscribed Sigillum Rob'ti de 
Pulford, Plate I., Fig. 17. 



OTinincjton of tlje $mmttacjc. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 146. Harl. 1505, fo. 150.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1. Annul, anorlt within eight martletsin orle Sab7e. 2. Gules, 
three mullets Or. [Haslington.] 3. Or, a mascle Gules. [Sable in Harl. 
1505.] 4. Sable, a cross patonce Argent. 

Crest.— An Alembic, or Still. Argent. 

S r Rich. Winington of Winington 22 R. 2.=f=Agnes. 

I "1 I 

Rob't Winington Hugh Winington^Ciceley d. & coheire Rich. Winington 

of Winington. of y e Hermitage. to ... . Haslington. of Leftwich. 

A| 



252 THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 
A| Jj 

Rich. Winington Nico' Wining- Piers Winington=pChristian d. & heire to W m 
of Winington. ton of Birches, of y e Hermitage. Plumley of Plmnley in Staff. 



Lawrence Winington.=pMaud. d. to W m Skevington [Kevington] of Dethill. 



John Winington of y c Herniitage.=pMargrett d. to Sanky Manwaring. 

John Winington of=pElizabeth d. to Lawrence 
the Hermitage. Marbury of Marbury. 



I II II 

Lawrence married John Thomas Winington of the James Margery 

Ellin daughter 2 d Hermitage lyving 1580 s.p. s.p. 

to S r W ,a Brere- sonne. maried Katherine d. to 

ton s.p. .... Carrington of Car- 

rington. 



Margrett vx r Hugh Martin Katherin vxor John Elizabeth. Elenor. 

of Wimbesley. Booth of Modberley. 



SKBimncjton of Birdjesu 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 146''.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 1. Argeni, an orle within eight martlets in orle Sable, a 
crescent for difference. 2. Per chevron Or and Vert, three sprigs of birch 
counterchanged. [Birches.] 3. Argent, a pale fusilly Sable. [Daniel.] 

Ceest. — An Alembic, or Still, Argent, charged with a crescent for difference. 

Nicholas Winington 2 a son to Rob't=p. . . . d. & heire to ... . Birches 



Winington of Winington. 



uf Birches in Com. Cestriee. 



W™ Winington of Birch 



Rob't Winington of Birches.=r 

J 

Tho" Winington of l>iichcs.=p. . . . daughter & coheire to ... . Daniell of Lynim. 
Rob't Winington of Birches.=p. . . . d. to .... Cotton of Lostock. 

* I 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 



253 



Aj ; 

| I 

Rob't Winington of Birches.=f=Margery fferneley. John. 



John Winington of Birches 1566. Robert. Thomas. 



Hltotogton <rf <Bfltxto\h 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 147. Harl. 1505, fo. 151.] 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, an orle within eight martlets in orle Sable, a 
mullet for difference. 2 and 3. Gules, on a chief Or three annulets of the 
field. [Offerton.] 

Crest. — An Alembic, or Still, Argent, charged with a mullet for difference Gules. 

Thomas Winington descended of a=j=. . . . d. & heire to ... . Offerton 
younger brother of Winington. of Offerton in Cheshire. 



Nico' Winington of Offerton. 1 



Rich. Winington of Offerton.=p. ... d. to ... . Chatterton of Nuthurst in Lancashire. 



George Winington of Offerton. =p.4 free d. to . . . . Dokenfeld of Dohenfeld. 



1. Elizab. d.=rRandoll Wining—:.'. Isabel Nicholaus. Anne vxor Cad- 



to Roger 
ffallowes. 



ton of Offerton d. to W" 
1580. Cowper. 



walleder ap Richard 
of Lecestershire. 



Rate Winington=pAnne d. to George Anne vxor Elizabeth vxor Oliver 

of Offerton. Bowden of Bourdon George Cocker Dodge of Stockport. 

in Com. Derb. Arm. ofTarven. =p 

I 

I 



III II 

Anne. Katherine. Oliver Dodge. Margery. Doroty. 



254 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

Ogatnstanston, M Mistaston, 

FAMILIA NUNC QUASI EXTINCTA. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 154.] 
In the margin is the drawing of arms, Plate II., Fig. 18. 
Carta Will'mi do Winstanston facta Waltero de Bromlegh A 1 E. 3. 
Obitus Will'mi de Winstanton D'ni de Winstanton A D'ni 1335, 10 E. 3. 

Excambium factum inter Aliciam D'nam de Winstanton, vxorem Domini Will'mi, and 
Dominum Jacobum d'Audelegh A 11 E. 3, 1336. 

Carta Ric'i de Winstanton dat' apud Winstanton An D'ni 1393. 

Below these notes is the drawing of arms, Plate II., Fig. 19. 



»ootmct of ftjttoiiujttm, al's ft&tfnton. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 147 b .] 

Arms.— Quarterly— 1. Argent, a cross voided Sable. 2. Sable, two bars Argent, 
on a canton of the first a garb Or. [Weever.] 3. Gules, on a bend eotised 
Argent three bird's [moorcocks?'] Sable. [Heath.] 4. Azure, a chevron 
between three cotton hanks Argent. [Cotton.] 

Crest. — A squirrel sejeant Gules, collared Or, cracking a hazel nut. . . . 

Rob't Woodnett tempore H. 3=|= 



W m Woodnett the 1 L : of Shevington of that sirname t'pe E. 1. 
Arms. — Arg., a cross couped & voided Sa. 



Randoll Woodnett of Shevington. 



Rob't Woodnett An" 6 E. o Anne vxor Edmund Pulesdon. Ciceley. 



Randoll Woodnett.^p Eva d. to Jn° Maud vxor Richard Huxley of Huxley 

Brow. son to Nicholas. 



John Woodnett An 3 R. 2.=fMargery d. of Tho. Trobbleshall. 



S r Hugh Cotton. 

Randoll Heth. Tho. Cotton L : of Lachmanbank.=pCiceley d. to Rich. Lostock. 
|B |c 



THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

0| 



255 



John Heth.=f=Margery Cotton. 



Hugh s.p. Tho 8 Heth 2<> sonne .= 



Eobert Swane.=f=Agnes d. & heirc. 
_l 

John Weever Esquire.=f=Margery d. & heire [of RoVt Swane]. 



Alice vxov Henry John Woodnett of=pMargery eldest Margery [sic] d. & 



Coult after to 
Will'm Massy. 



Shevington 7 H. 6. 



d. and heire. 



coheire vxor Roberl 
Lee of Lee. 



[Sic] George Woodnett of Sheviug-^Anne d. to Robert Margretfc vxor 
ton 10 E. 4. Corbett of Atherton. Hugh Morton. 



Lawrence Woodnett=pJoice d. to Thomas Nico' Wood-=pJane d. to Richard 
Wilbram ofWoodhey nett 2" Massy of Wist- 

Esi f. sonne. 



died in Ireland A 
4 H. 7. 



aston. 



1. Maud d. to Ralfc Wood=pGeorgeWoodnett=2. Anne sister to Thomas. 



of Badersley esq. 
Arms. — Or, a lion ramp. Sa. 



of Shevington. Rich. Starky of 
Stretton widow to 
.... Boroughs. 



Margery vxor 


Joice vx r John 


Mary vxor 


Margrett 


Rouland 


Hill of London 


Nico' 


vxor 


Dande of 


& after to John 


ffarrer of 


ffranc' 


Nottingham. 


Thornborow 


London. 


Corbett of 




of Wilts. 




Atherton. 



1. Elizab. d. to=j=John Woodnett=j=2. Jane d. to 



Roger Walthall 

of Nantwieh. 



of Sheintou 
1566. 



Thomas 
TouchettEsq r . 



Anne vxor 
Rafe Somer- 
shall of 
Notting- 
hamsh. 



Tho 8 married ffranc' d. to 
Henry Clifford of Bars- 
comb in Wiltshire. 



Richard. 



Rafe. 



Marie. 



I II II 

John Woodnett of Sheving-=f=Katherine d. & sole heire to Rob't s.p. Thomas. 



ton natus 15G6 now living 
1599. 



Rob't Cooke al's Clarenciculx — 

King of Amies. George. Mary. 



1 



John natus 25 Aprilis 1588. 



256 THE VISITATION OF CHESHIRE, 1580. 

SEtootmrtt Of ©OttSlfP. 



Alice vxor Rich. 
Poppy. 



W"' Woodnett—. . . . d. to 
second sonne. Bentley. 



Rob'fc Woodnett 

third sonne. 



John Woodnett=p. . . d. to 
of Gousley. Dancastle. 



Humfrey Woodnett=j=Margery Randoll a preist 



of Chorlton. 



Ashley. and divers others. 



Randoll Woodnett of Chorlton. 



1. Margery d. to=pLawrence= Alice, d. to 



Rich. Lee of Lee 
widow to . , 
Hodoeketh. 



Lawrence Wood- 
nett of Gousley. 



Wood net 
of Gous- 
ley. 



. Hinton 
widow to 
.... Leech 
of Chester. 



Margret vxor Otwell 
Shalcross of Stow- 
shaw bayliffe of War- 
inincham. 



I 



George Woodnett Clarke of 
the Woodyard to Queene 
Elizabeth. 



Edward Shalcross 
of Stowshaw. 



Joice vxor 
John 

Browne of 
Midlewich 
s.p. 



Darby 
Shalcross. 



«mt{) oi Citrmnjjtmt, 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 151 b .] 

Arms. — Argent, a cross ragule. couped Sadie. 

Crest. — An arm embowed in armour proper, garnished Or, tied round with a riband 
Gules, the gauntlet holding the butt-end of a broken tilting spear of the last. 

John Worth of Tiderington. =pCiceley d. to . . . . Batisford of Darbyshire. 



John Worth Sebald Worth=pIsabell d. to . . 

s. prole. of Chester. Sutton of Sutton. 



Jesper Worth of^=Alice d. to Phillip Draicott of Thomas. Anthony. 



Tiderington 



Painsley in Com. Staff. 



W m Worth Phillip Worth=pMargrett d. to Roger Richard. 



s.p. 



of Tidering- 
ton 1580. 



Downes after maried 
to Hugh Beeston 2 d 
sonne to S 1 ' George 
Beeston. 



Edward. 



flrancis=. . . . d. 

Worth, to ... . 
Needham 
of Darby- 
shire. 



Jesper Worth of Tiderington. =. . . . d. to Tho s Vernon Thomas 2 a sonne. 

of Haslington. 



THE VISITATION OP CHESHIRE, 1580. 257 

<Mrtc$t oi BtcUep. 

[Harl. 1424, fo. 151. Had. 1505, fo. 154 b .] 

Arus. — Argent, two bars Azure, on a chief of the second three leopards' faces of the 
first. 

.... Wright who came out of Yorkeshire and dwelt at Brickkilne in Cheshire. 



.... Wright.=j=. . . . d. <£■ heire of ... . Bichley. 

I 
.... Wright of Bickley.=p 

John Wright of Bickley.*=p. ... d. to Rowland of Peckfarton. 



John Wright of Bickley.=pMargrett d. & coheire to Thomas Wixted of Marbury. 



John Wright of Bickley.=pAlice d. to . . . . Wilbram. 



John Wright of=pMargrett d. & sole heire to Phillip Bimok 



Bickley 1580. 



\_Dimock~\ of Wellington 2 a sonne &c. 



I I I I 

Rich. Wright Elizab. vxor Roger Katherine vxor Anne vxor Owen 

Sergeant at Auchington in Tho s Bavin. Stocton of Kid- 

Armes. Shropshire. dington. 



W m . Margret. Elenor. 

* This generation is omitted in Harl. 1505. 



2 L 



$ppentitjc. 



Elje 

Wtsttatton of a $art of Cljesljtre, 

MADE AT THE TIME OF THE 

Visitation of Hawadfriirr, 

BY 

WILLIAM FELLOWS, LANCASTEE HERALD, 

FOE 

THOMAS BENOLTE, CLARENCEUX KING OF ARMS; 

A.D. 1533. 
Taken from Sari. MS. 2076. 



<0fOl tjf Call)flr|> Of tl)C 2Ug, maried Elizabeth d. to Pieres 
Duttou esq. and they had yssue Hew, Anthony, John, Katherine, Elizabeth, 
Christian, Dorothye and Jane. 

Hew maried Elnor d. and sole heire to Thomas Tattenhall of Bulkeley george 
[Grange]. 

Katheryne maried John of Beeston (sic) of Beeston and they had yssue George. 

Elnor maried to John Davenport of Calveley and they had yssue Hugh, Eliza- 
beth, Ciscelye, Dorothye and Katheryne. 

Cristian maried to Ric. Howghe in Worrall. 

Dorothye maried to Robt. Bostocke of Ghurton and they have yssue Launcelott. 

Arms. — Quarter!!/ — 1 and 4. Argent, a /esse Gules between three calves passant 
Sable. [Calveley.] 2. Argent, on a bend sinister Gules nine annulets, 
interlaced in threes, Or. [Hawberk.] 3. Sable, two hinds counter trippant 
Argent. [Cottingham.] 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet Or a calf's head Sable. 

SHljjIjC SaUCnUOlt Of CfjOttri', thirde sonne of Rafe Daven- 
port of Henbury maried to his first wief Anne daughter to Richard Hassall of 
Coventree and they had yssue Raffe which is maried to ... . 

The said Hugh hath to his secound wieff Elizabethe doughter to Hugh 
Salusburye of Denbighe. 

Arms. — Argent, a chevron between three cross-croslets fttchie Sable [Davenport], 
impaling Gules, a lion rampant, double queued Argent, clucallg crowned Or, 
between three crescents of the last [Salusbury]. 

Crest. — A felon's head, couped at the shoulders proper, around the neck a rope Or. 



260 APPENDIX. 

<# r iPiCrftf SUttOn [of Dutton] bad to his first wief Ellyn 
donghter to Thomas Leighe of Adlington and they had yssue Hughe, Katherine, 
Elizabethe, Alice, Anne, Margery, Margeret and Marye. 

Elizabeth is maried to W'm Manley. 

The said Sir Pieres had to his seconnd wief Jelyani soinetyme wief to Henry 
Patnier of London. 

&U\ 6r0SbfU0r Of (gfttfOll maried Katherine d: & one of the 

heyres to Ric. Cotton of Hampstall Rudware & they haue issue Thomas, Ric, 
John, Anthony, Dame Elizabeth,* Elnor, Kathryne, Anne, Alice, Margeret, 
Mabill, Jane, Dorothye, Mary and Ursula. 

Thorn's maried to Mabill d : to Sir W'm Poole Knight. 

Elnor maried to Thomas Redishe sonne and heire to Robert Redishe. 

Katheryne maried to Tho. Rogcroste [Ravenscroft] sonne and heire to George 
Rogecrofte. 

Anne maried to Roger eldest sonne to Edw. sonne & heire to S r Roger 
Apylleson [a Puleston] Knight. 

Arms. — Quarterly Argent and Sable, a cross fleuree counterchanged [Eton], impaling 
Sable, an eagle displayed Argent, beaked and legged Gules [Ridwaee]. 

&V ©B'm |300lf, [of Poole] l&ltlCjIjt liethe at the Abbay 
of Vale Royall and he wolde have not taken. 

«#U* MX^WX ^ttinlri) Of &>tUlt01t had no yssue by his first 
wief, he maried to his secound wief Anne d. & one of the heyres to S 1 ' James 
Haringtou and they hadd yssue W'm, Peter, John, Agnes & Katherine. 

W'm maried to Grace one of the d: to W'm Griffith, Chamb'layne of North 
Wales, and they had yssue W'm, Rowland, Edw., John, Jane and Agues. 

Peter maried Elizabeth d: [and] heire to James Scarbrige [Scarisbrick] of 
Bickerstaffe. 

Agnes maried to Andrewe Barton of Smethells, as it appeareth in the booke 
of Lancashire. 

M'd that the said S r W'm Stanley was sonne & heire to Agues d: & one of the 
heyres to Sir Robert Gravenor of the House of Holme in Cheshire. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4 grand quarters: Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, on a 
bend Azure three stags' heads cabossed Or. [Stanley.] 2 and 3. Argent, 
on a bend Vert three mullets Or. [Hooton.] Two and three grand quarters : 
Sable, a cross fleuree Argent. [Pulford.] 

<#tnrft!>r. 

Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Argent, a stork Sable, member ed Gules, charged with 
a crescent Or. 2 and 3. Quarterly Azure and Gules, over all a lion rampant 
Argent. 

Crest. — A stork's liead holding in the beak a snake [all untinctured]. 



* [So styled because she was Prioress of the Nuns at Chester. — J. P. E.] 



a dfracjmrnt 

OF 

Cl)e W imitation of tfje Cttj of Chester 

IN THE YEAR 1591, 

COMMENCED BY 

THOMAS CHALONER, OF CHESTEE, 

Deputy to the Office of Arms. 

WITH ADDITIONS BY HANDLE HOLME * 

Taken from Sari. MS. 2163. 



SUmo a natu r'pt 1591 

for rfjc Cittgr of Ctetrr tafcm tog r&o. Cljalomr 

for tfjc Office of Sinned £r. 



iHa&Sgc tic Grafton rt tie <totr\ 

[Harl. 2168, fo. 72.] 

Aems. — Quarterly — 1 and 4. Quarterly Gules and Or, in the first quarter a lion 

passant Argent, a crescent Sable on a crescent Argent for difference. 

2 and 3. Per salfire Salle and Ermine, a lion rampant Or ; over the four 

quark rings a crescent Azure for difference. 
Crest. — An owl Sable. 
Grafton's Badge. — Standing on a tun Or, a falcon with icings expanded Argent, 

beaked and legged of the first, and holding in the dexter claw a sceptre Gold. 

Theise Coates and Creastes apertaine to JLSittUtaili |i!taS6i>c 
Maior GenteUman, and Maior of the Cyttye of Chester; This yeare 1590; 
1590. 28 of Januarij xxxiij R. R. Eliz. 

This William seconnde soniie to 
RtCijarS ittaBS»C of Grafton gentellman ; and late of the Cittye of Chester, 
whoe Maryede Margereye Doughter to Wyllyam Barmestou of Churton, in the 
Countie of Chester gentellman, mother to the said W m Massye Maior, And he the 
aforsaid Rieharde Massye was sonne and heyre to 

iCtllltam ittassyc of Grafton gentellman whoe lyneallye discended of a 

* Printed in italic type. 



262 APPENDIX. 

second brother to Oulde S r Harnon Massye Baron of Dunham Massye in the 
countie of Chester, And of .... Graftone one of the doughters and Coheires to 
Davyd Grafton of Grafton in the Countye of Chester gentleman in whose right, 
They, The saide Massies became lordes of Grafton, and to quarter the seconnde 
Coate aforeshewed : And hee the said William Massye Maryed, Anne Massye 
Dough ter to John Massye of Coddington in the Countie of Chester gentleman : 
And of Elianor one of y e Doughters to S r Hughe Calveley of the lea in the Countie 
of Chester Knighte ; Elizabethe Calueley another doughter was maried to .... 
Eayton of Eayton Countie of Denbighe Esquio r . 

And hee the saide William Massye now Maior and heire apparant to his brother 
Richard Massye of grafton gent', now a Wyddower, et sans yssue ; Maryed to his 
first wiefe, Ales one of the doughters to Thomas Bavante late of the Cittie of Chester 
alderman ; father to Richard Bavant now of the Cittie of Chester alderman, and 
Justice of peace ; and by her hath hadd yssue, But none Lyvinge ; And afterwarde 
to his seconnde wyfe he maryede, Ales Johnsone Doughter to Hamnet Johnson, late 
of the Cittie of Chester Marchannt and haue yssue, viz. 

William 

Garrarde 

Richard 

Thomas )■ Massey. 



Lauraunce 
Edmunde & 
Jane 



(Signed) Will'm Massie, 
Maior. 



[aprrrnc of Cijrsta.] 

[Harl. 2163, fo. 74.] 

Arms. — Gules, a lion rampant per /esse Argent and Sable, crowned Or, and charged 
on the shoulder with a trefoil Vert. 

2Ti)0U»as <5mnr of the Cyttye of Chester alderman and Justice 

Maior of Peace and was Maior therof in Anno D'ni 1565 : Whoe mariede 

1565. to his firste wyfe Ellyne Doughter to John Brascye de Teverton in 

the Countie of Chester gentellman, And to his seconnde wief hee 

maried Dorothie Doughter to John Davenport of Calveley in the Countye of 

Chester esquior [widow to John Hough of brinstoio, she dyed the x"' of July 1601 & 

buried in Christs Church in Chester] and hathe noe yssue ; the moore piettye, a 

verrey Comlye Cittizen : Courteous : a wise gentellman ; and a good member of y e 

Cyttye ; Hee hathe breetheren that haue yssue ; 1590. 

(Signed) Thomas grene. 



Thomas Greene Maior. William.^ 
I 

i i 

John serued lo. buscopp. Richard of Chester. 



APPENDIX. 263 

[Ball of Cfjrsstcr.] 

[Harl. 2163, fo. 75.] 

Arms. — Gules, a human leg cowped at the thigh and erased at the ankle Argent, 

•pit real through the knee with the emitter of a plough of the second, the wound 

Heeding proper, charged on the thigh irilli a martlet Salle for difference. 

(LSttUtiun Ballr of the Cittye of Chester Alderman and Justice 
Maior of Peace, and was Maior thearof in Anno D'ni 1568. He mariede 
1568. to his first wief Joane doughter to Eitchard Butler discended of a 

base sonne to Syr Thomas Butler of Beavsea in the Countye of 

Lancaster knight And by her hathe hadd many Children: And now 1591 hathe 

lyvinge John Ball of Chester whoe maried Elizabethe doughter to William Lathome 

eldest sonne to Eitchard Lathome of Parbolde in the Countie of Lancaster Esquior 

and they the said John Ball and Elizabeth haue yssue ; And hee the saide William 

Ball aid hathe twooe doughters Lyvinge Anne mariede to William Johnnes, 

sonne to Rob't Johncs Alderman, of Chester & marchant gentlemane on\e] of the 

Counscll and they haue yssue diuerse children now Lyvinge ; And Margeret 

the other doughter first maryed to Eobert Harvye of Chester, brother to John 

Harvye late of Chester alderman and Justice of peace, and they haue yssue, and 

after shee maryede Thomas Thorpe of Chester and by him hathe yssue also. 

And hee the aforsaid Wyllyam Ball Alderman maryed to his seconnde [wife] 

Agnes doughter to John Davys of Weston in S' Martins paryshe Countie of Salopp 

and by her hath yssue Thomas Ball & William vnder a yeare oulde : being hym 

selfe well towardes 80 yeares of age. 

(Signed) Wyllyam Ball. 



Urtoctt of CljcStrr.] 

[Harl. 2163, fo. 70.] 

Arms. — Argent, on a cross Gules five fleurs-de-lis of the first, in dexter chief a 
crescent of the second. 

cLCl tlliam ^!U)Ctt of the Cittie of Chester alderman and Justice of 

Maior Peace and was maior thearof Anno D'ni 1578, a seconnde sonne to 

1578. Thomas Iwett of Heyton in Bradforde Dale in the Countye of Yorke 

w ch Thomas mariede Elizabethe doughter to ... . Shakellton of 

Myddopp in Heptonstall within the viearedge of Holly-fax Com. Ebor' And mother 

to the saide William, whitch William Iwett mariede Margery doughter to Eobert 

Bellyn late of the Cittie of Chester w ch Eobert Bellyn maried Cicelye doughter to 

(John)* Poole seconnde sonne to S r (John) Poole of Poole in Worrall County of 

Chester knight. 

And they the saide Will'm Jewett and Margery his saide wyf haue yssue Randolph 
Iwett, bur. in S l Wert 23 Mag 1619, marchant, eldest sonne who maried Katherne 
doughter to William Crosse of Chester and they the said Randolph a singer in 
Kinges Chappell and Katherine haue yssue Anne & Cicelye. 

* The words within parentheses are in another hand. 



264s APPENDIX. 

"William Iwett a secoimd sonne to William and Margerey. 

Jane Iwett eldest doughter to the saide William and Margerey was maried to 
Eitchard Basnett of harr Eyton in the Countie of Denbighe Esquio 1 and they the 
saide Eitchard Basnet and Jane haue yssne William Basnet whoe maried Elizabethe 
one of y e doughters to S r William Boothe of Dunham Massye Countie of Chester 
knight And they trip said William Basnet and Elizabeth haue yssue; Ric, W m , 
Elizabeth, 1591. 

Henry Basnett a seconnd sonne to Eitchard and Jane. 

Elnor, eldest doughter to Eitchard Basnett and Jane mariede to Rowland Wren- 
ford of Castle Moorlon in Vstershire, gent. 

Dorothye another doughter maryed to W m Carpenter gent, of Nortaiv in Here- 
fordshire. 

Marye Basnett a thurde doughter vmnaried. 

Grace another doughter to the aforsaid William Iwett and Margery whoe was 
sister to Thomas Bellyn late of Chester alderman and Justice of peace and was 
maior in anno d'ni 1577, mother to the saide Grace who was maried to Eoger Lea 
late of Chester ald r man and Justice of peace and was Maior in anno 1572 : and 
they The said Eoger Lea and Grace haue yssue William Lea, Eic. Lea and Grace 
Lea. 

And hee the aforsaide William Iwett aid' Justice of peace and one of the 
Queenes Ma tes Chappcll : reputed for an excellent synging man in his youthe a 
martchant of great adventures and a lover of gentlemanyle disportes and exercises ; 
maried to his Seconnde wife Katherine doughter to Hamnet Hocknell of Duddon 
Countye of Chester gentlman, and they are sans yssue. 

Shee the said Katherine was wyddow to Hughe Whitney of (Leighton in Chesh r ) 
and by hym hathe yssue, (Eob't died, Arthure, Whitney, Henry, Thorn's, & Eic. 
Mary, [married] to Edmund Hayns of Wellington in Som'setsh' [and] Katheryne). 

And hee the said W m Iwett saythe that there [their] badge is a nightingale 
But how or in what sort hee cannot Instructe mee and therfore haue I omytted 
the setting downe of yt till I may doe it p'fectlye. 

(Signed) Wyll'm Jewett. 



[Harl. 21G3, fo. 77.] 

[A blank shield.'] 

1i?ugi)f RogcVSOlt alderman and Justice of Peace ; and served a 

Maior small tyme as Maior in anno 1580, bereason Will'm Goodman beinge 

1580. Maior died that yeare ; But he knowethe of no Amies due or 

belonginge to him nether desirethe nor deservcthe any payns to be 

taken for him. hee hathe yssue &c. 



APPENDIX. 265 

BSirti of Cfjrsitcr.] 

[ITarl. 2163, fo. 78.] 

Arms. — Argent, on a cross flory between four martlets Gules, a martlet Or ; a cant-on 
Azure, charged with a crescent for difference, Gold. 

ffiEtilltam BtlVtfC of the Cyttye of Chest r alderman and Justice of 
Maior peace was Maior anno d'ni 1580 At the first enteraunce, Elected, 
1580. bereasone they are alhvayes Chosen vppon The frydaye after S l 
Dionise day in October so that they serve in twoe yeares of Our 
Lorde Cfod, In the w ch servyce demeaned hym selfe in sutche wise that bothe of her 
Ma*™ Counscell in England and Irelande reported him to bee a verey good subiecte a 
wyseman and a readye furtheifer] of her Ma tM services etc. Hee was sonne to another 
William Burde of Chester alderman and Justice of Peace and Maior of Chester 
anno d'ni 1557 who maried Jane doughter to Raffe Norley of Eccleston in the 
Countie of Chester yomane and was mother to this Will'm Burde now lyving w dl 
W m now lyvinge to his first wief maried Katherine doughter vntoRandulphe Shawe 
of Warington in the Countie of Lancaster and by her hathe yssue now Lyvinge, 
John Burde this yeare 1590 Maior of Leverpoole in the Countie of Lancaster and 
hee the saide John mariede Margeret doughter to William Seacome of Leverpoole 
aforsaide alderman and they haue yssue (many children).* Ritchard Burde a 
scconnde sonne to William and Katherine vnmariede. 

Jane eldest doughter maried to Hamnett Moores of Chester and they haue yssue. 

Ales another doughter to William and Katherine maried to John Battriche of 
Chester and they haue yssue. 

And hee the saide William Burde now lyving to his seconnd wief maried Ellyn 
Doughter to Thomas Smythe late of Chester alderman and Justice of Peace and 
was twise Maior of the Cittye of Chester. And they the said William Burde and 
Ellyne his wief haue yssue Thomas Burde maried and hath yssue. Ellyne a dough- 
ter to the said Will'm and Ellyne maried to Rob't Joh'es [Jones] eldest sonne to 
Will'm Joh'es of Chester gentlman, & sonne in law to W m Ball aid' & Justice of 
peace and they the saide Robert & Ellyn haue yssue. 

And hee the aforsaide Will'm Burde aid' now Lyvinge to his thurde wife 
mariede Katherine doughter to Richard Massye late of Aldeford Countye of Chester 
gentleman sans yssue and syster to Ric. Massye whose sole Doughter and heire is 
maried to Peter Dutton sonne and heire apparant to John Dutton of Dutton ( iountye 
Chesh r Es(uiio r etc. 

(Signed) Will'm Byrtx 



The words within parentheses are in another hand. 

2 M 



266 APPENDIX. 

[BabantJ rrf C&ratfr.] 

[Havl. 2163, fo. 79.] 

Arms. — Ermine, two lars Gules, in chief two boars' heads Salle eouped close of the 
second; with an escocheon of pretence, Or, a crescent Gules, on a chief of 
the second three trefoils of the first. 

Crest. — A loafs head, eouped close, [unlinctured], 

KtdjavB Babant of the Cittie of Chester alderman and Justice 

Maior 1581. of peace and was maior thearof in anno d'ni 1581. hee was sonne 

Ob. 19 Avf/nst an ^ ne ^ re to Thomas Bavante of the saide Cyttie alderman and 

1603 x hi* wife to Margeret Doughter to ... . Mydleton of the same Cittie and 

" ' ccta 57. ' heire to Thomas Bavant his elder brother whoe deceassed without 
yssue. 

And hee the saide Ric. Bavante maried Jane thurde and youngest doughter and 
one of the Coheires to Randulphe Bannvile late of the same Cittie alderman and 
Justice of Peace and was Maior therof in Anno 1562 and of Margeret his wyfe 
doughter to John Smythe of the Howlt Countie of Denbighe. They the Baide 
Randulphe Bannvile and Margeret Smythe hadd yssue Three doughters and heires 
viz. Margeret eldest doughter first maried to John Hooper of the saide Cittie 
martchannte and they hadd yssue Margeret sole doughter and heire maried to 
Valentyne Broughton of the same Cittie ald''man and Justice of peace and was 
maior therof in anno d'ni 1584, and they had yssue but none lyvinge. 

And Shee the aforsaide Margeret eldest doughter and one of the heires to Ran- 
dulphe Bannvile was after married to John Massye of Coddington in the Countie 
of Chester gentleman and by hym had yssue but none lyvinge so that now of her 
the said Margeret eldest doughter ther is noe yssue. 1501. 

Anne seaconnde doughter and one of the coheires to Randulphe Bannvile and 
Margeret his wyfe, was married to William Joh'es [Jones] of the said Cyttie gentleman 
sonne and heire to Robert Joh'es of the same Cittie ald'man : And they the said 
"William Joh'es and Anne Bannvile had yssue Robert Joh'es of Chester Marchannte 
whoe maried Ellyne one of the doughters of Will'ni Burde ald'man and Justice of 
peace in this booke beefore mencioned, and they the said Rob't Joh'es and Ellin 
haue yssue. 

And hee the aforsaide Randulphe Bannvile father to the saide Three doughters 
and heires was seconde sonne that had yssue, to Robert Bannvile of Gosworthe in 
the Countie of Chester gentlema' whoe maried Mawde one of the doughters to 
Thomas ffitton of Gosworthe* Esauer sonne to S r Law. Fitton K l & sister the greate 
grandfathers father of&' Edward ffytton now lyvinge. 

And hee The saide Robert Bannvile was sonne and heire to John Bannvile, for 
a tyme of Harleighe in Wales bereason (as it is reported hee hadd mariede one of 
the doughters of Venables Baron of Kinderton against her parentes consentes) not 
withstandinge hee cam after to Chester and intayled all his landes on his sonne 
Rob't and others w ch Rob't matched w* fytton as aforsaid. 

And hee the said John Bannvile lyvinge in anno xxxvij Henr' sexti, sonne to 

* Several words have been erased here in the original. 



APPENDIX. 207 

Robert Bannvilo whoe was sonne to another Robert Bannvile lyving in anno quinto 
Henr' quarfci as appeareth by their evidences. And hee the said Robert Thelder 
was sonne to Thomas Bannvile w"* Thomas was sonne to Alexand 1 ' Bannvile seconnde 
sonnc to S r Thorn's de Bannvile Knight whoe maried Agnes seaconnd donghter and 
one of the heires to Alexand r of Sturton and to Amabella his wyfe. 

This Agnes of Sturton had an eld r suster whose name was Johan and was 
maried to S 1 ' Ritchard Kingesleghe knight. 

And hee the saide S 1 ' Thomas Bannvile knight hadd an elder sonne then Alexand 1 ' 
whose name was S r Phillipp de Bannvile knight whoe maried the doughter of Rob't 
de Pulford esq r and had no yssue mascle but doughters wherof is descended S r 
Rowland Stanley of Hooton Conn tie of Chester knight, The Earle of Derbye the 
Lakens and others. 

The aforenamed Alexand r of Sturton was governo 1 ' and instructer to Hughe the 
seconnde of that name Earle of Chester in his youth whitch Earle gaue him to wyfe 
the aforsaid Amabella doughter & heire to Ranulphe the sonne of Alane Silvester & 
of some others called Sauvagc lord of Sturton and Pvdican w dl Alan was officer and 
servaunte to Ranulph the seacond Earle of Chester w ch Ranulph gaue him the said 
lordshipp of Sturton and Pudican. 

And they the afornamed Richard Bavant & Jane his wyffe thurd doughter and 
one of the heires to Randulph Bannvile haue yssue now Lyvinge, Richard eldest 
sonne, John seeonnd sonne, Randulphe thurde sonne, Michael fourthe sonne & 
Danicll fyvethe sonne. Ales eldest doughter maried to Davyd Lloyde of the Cittie 
of Chester alderman, sans yssue, Sara a seconnde doughter vnmaried. 



[Errrrtoooo of Cfjnftcr.] 

[Harl. 2163, fo. 81.] 

Arms.— Ermine, two pallets vairy [Or] & [Azure] ; on a chief [of the last] a 

bezant between two garbs [of the second]. 
Crest.— Two swords in salfire [Gules, poinels & hills Or], enfiled with a crown [an 

earl's coronet proper]. 

Robert Bt'CrvrhJOOflf of the Cittie of Chester Alderman and 

Bis Maior Justice of Peace and was twyse Maior thearof first tyme in Anno 

All ' lc ! r ! g 7 83 D'ni 1583 and the seaconnde tyme in Anno 1587. Hee was sonne 

and heire to Breerewoode of Chester And of ... . 

the sayd Rob't mar. fo his first wife Elizabeth da. lo Tho. Orion of Chester descended 

of Ouerlon of Byddow 4' had yssue John. 



268 APPENDIX. 

asroufl&tott of €i)c&n\\] 

[Harl. 2163, fo. 83.] 

Arms.— Quarterly— 1. Ermine a lion rampant Sable, charged with a crescent [Argent] 

for difference. 2. Vert, a lion rampant Or. [Sanbiff.] 3. [Or,] a lion 

rampant Azure. [Gruffith ap Kadwgon.] 4. Vert, three eagles displayed 

in /esse Or, a crescent for difference Argent. [Owen Gwynedd.] Over the 

whole a crescent Gules for difference. 

M ior 1584 VttlttttgM Uvoutjijton of the Cittie of Chester alderman and 
Justice of peace and was Maior thearof in Anno d'ni 1584 : hee 
i tml 'hJilTin. was second BOlme t0 Ea f e Broughtone of Escogen in if parish of 
8< Peters Ghweh Shocklidge in the Countie of Chester Esquior. He married to his 
'" Chester - first wife Anne da. to John Cooper somtgmes Maior of Chester by 
whom he had Margret which dyed yonye. to his 2 d wife he mar. Margret da. & h. to 
John Hooper of Chester marchant & had issue which dyed yonge. 



(Damul or l&nitftton motio or Crstr'. 

[Harl. 21C3, fo. 85.] 

Arms. — Or, three mallets Sable. 

Crest.— A cubit arm erect, vested Gules, cuffed Argent, holding in the hand proper 
three trefoils slipped Or. Mantled Gules, doubled Argent. 

(POmunUr ©ainull of y c cittie of Chester alderman and Justice 

Maior of peace : And was maior thearof in Anno d'ni 1585. Hee was 

1585. sonne and heire vnto Thomas Gamull whoe maried Ellyne base 

doughter vnto John Poole of Poole Countie of Chester esquire and 

They the sayde Thomas and Ellyn Poole had yssue Thomas Gamul sonne and heire 

whoe deceassed sans yssue. Edmund Gamul seconnd sonne to Tho : and Ellyn 

became theire heire after the decease of Thomas his brother. Robert Gamul thurde 

sonne John Gamul fourthe sonne to Thorn's & Ellyn. 

And the saide Thomas husbande to Ellyn Poole was sonne and heire to Thomas 
Gamul whoe maried Elizabethe doughter to Robert Mynshull of Mynshull Countie 
of Chester esq 1 '. This Thomas husband to Elizabethe deceassed in the xxvj" 1 yeare 
of Kinge Henrye the eight, he had a Brother named Hughe whoe was p'sone 

of 

And they the sayde Thomas and Hughe weare sonnes to another Thomas Gamul 
whoe maried Agnes base doughter to S r John Maynwaringe of Peever who at that 
tyme remayned at Badeley Countie of Chester Knight. This Thomas Gamul at his 
decease bequethed money to buye an antiphon to the Churehe of Aldelem \_Aldelyme~] ; 
Also he leafte a Competent Some of Monney to Glase a whole wyndowe in the same 
churehe anneynst S* Laurannce channssell to conteigne foure seuerall lightes The 



APPENDIX. 269 

first to bee sett focmrthe w th the Image of our Ladie S l Marie mother of Chryste. 
The seconnde w' the Image of S l Laurannce. The thurde of the Image of S l John 
the baptyst And the fourthe w' the Image of S l John the Evangelyste. This 
Thomas was Lyvinge A d'ni 1459 et in A x° Hen. 8 he had a brother whose name 
was Hughe and hee the said Hughe was a chaplen, and they weare sonnes to Thomas 
Gamul of Buerton who maried Ellyn one of the doughters and heires to ... . Sfcapeley 
of Stapeley Countie of Chester, bye whom cam bothe the landes in Buerton and in 
Aldelem to the Gamulls now the land of the aforsaid Edmund Gamul somtymes 
Maior of Chest r . This Thorn's had a suster whose name was Margarett de Gamul 
maried to Henry Taylor, lyving 13° Hen. 7. Ellyn was lyving the 15° Heu. 7. 
Since this Thomas his tymc the Gamuls haue beene of Buerton. 

And he the said Thorn's Gamul husband to Ellyn Stapeley was soune and heire 
to another Thomas Gamul de Kneghton called Thomas the younger bereasone hee 
hadd an vncle whose name was Thomas the elder whoe died w th out yssuc and so 
Thomas the younger became his heire aswell as to his father whose name was John 
Gamul. This Thomas the younger maried Johan the doughter of Thomas Emedon. 
he was living 9° Hen. 6, as apearethe by evidences and he the said Thorn's was 
sonne to John Gam'ul of Knighton, in le Halys, Countie Salop, Brother to Thomas 
theld r of Knighton lyving 22° Hen. 6. And they weare sonnes to John Gamull of 
Knighton lyving 8° Hen. 5, et in A 12° Hen. i, et in A 4° R. 2, and he the said 
John was sonne and heire to William Gamul of Knighton who maried Phillippa : 
They weare lyving in the 36 of King Edward the thurd and he the said William 
was sonne and heire to another Willia' Gamul of Knighton e' le Halys, whoe was 
lyvinge in the xv th yeare of Kinge Edward the seconnd, And he the .said William 
was sonne and heire to Stephen Gamul de Knighton iu le Halys whoe maried one 
Edythe, and they the said Stephen and Edithe had yssue Richard and Thomas 
breatheren to the said Willia' the furst. 

1592. 

And hee the aforsaid Edmund Gamul escf and Justice of peace maried to his 
first wife Elizabethe doughter to Thomas Case and by her hathe yssue, Thomas and 
William Gamul, Anne maried vnto John Brocke of (Vpton in the)* Countie of Chest r 
gcntelman. Ellyn seconnd [daughter] maried vnto Richard Swyn'ton of Knottes- 
ford countie of Chester gentelman, maried in A 1591. Elizabeth Thurd doughter, 
vnmaried. 

And he the said Edmund maried to his seconnd wief another Elizabethe 
doughter vnto John Thrope of the Cittie of Chester and wyddowe vnto Will'm 
Goodman, maio r of the Cittie of Chester in anno d'ni 1579, and by her hathe no 
yssue. 

(Signed) Edit. Gamull. 



The words within parentheses arc in another hand. 



270 APPENDIX. 

Mall of £Ijr3tn\] 

[Had. 2163, fo. 87.] 

Arms. — Argent, a crescent Azure, between three bears' heads, erased Gules, muzzled 

Or; in chief three pellets. 
Crest. — Out of a mural crown Argent, a bear's head Gules, muzzled and collared 

Or, between two wings Azure, endorsed of the third. 

JLElflltam EEtall of the Cittie of Chester, Alderman and Justice of 

Maior Peace And was Maior thearof in Anno Domini 1586 He was sonne to 

1586. Raffe Wall of Hellesbye in the parishe of ffrodesham in the Countie 

of Chester and of Elizabethe donghter to John Duttunc of Hellesbie 

jiuiton »■"' [drawing of Countie aforsayde gentelhuan. And hee The saide John 

atrcfoiUliippecf\s[able]. ])utton maried Johan the doughter to John Tatton gentell- 

JohnDuttimofKelsly.^ mal1 one °f tne Barons of the Exchequer at Chester. She 

I the saide Johan Tatton was first maried to ... . Hyntton 



Elizabeth 
[married] 
to Wall. 



A . of Hyntton, Countie of Salopp Esquire and by hym had 

Geo. Leee/i yssue many children, And became his wyddowe. And was 

"'[ hi!',"'' ' atter mal 'i p de to John Dutton and by hym had also yssue 

man. diu'se children. And hee the saide Raffe Wall was sonne 

. . to John Wall of Hellesbye and hee the said John maried 

Margn tie •> 

Jo. Thornton. Elizabeth doughter to Richarde Worrall, Countie of Chester 
gentellmau, and was Maio'' of the Cittie of Chester a d'ni 1508, and ther bee yet 
that honld landes in Cheshire of those Worrallcs. And hee the said John Wall had 
yssue diuerse children ; viz. Will'm Wall one of the masters of S' Johns Colledge 
at Chester, a preacher sans yssue. The aforsaid Raffe Wall seconnd sonne, Richarde 
Wall of Allesburye a greate ritch man whoe had yssue a doughter maried to Richard 
Lyteler one of the Attorneys in the Common place [Pleas] And they haue yssue twoe 
doughters now lyvinge, Robert Wall a 4 th sonne to John, a Cittizen of Chester had 
yssue Alice maried to Roger Lynyall of the Cittie of Chester haburdasher & they 
had yssue Thomas Lynyall a young man now lyvinge. Thomas Wall fyvethe sonne 
to John of Northwiche Com' Chester had yssue diu'se children. 

And the aforesaide William Wall alderman and Justice of peace seconnd sonne 
to Raffe Wall maried Agnes doughter to Richard Grymsditche of the Cittie of 
Chester alderman who maried Margerie doughter to ... . Foster of Stafford and he 
the said Ric. Grymsditche was sonne to another Ric. Grymsditche sometimes of the 
Cittie of Chester ald'man, And he the said Will'm Wall aid' and Amies Grymsdiche 
hadd yssue Robert Wall whoe maried Ales sole doughter to Robert Brerewoode of 
the Cittie of Chester alderman and Justice of Peace and they haue yssue John Wall 
ob. gong, William Wall seconnd sonne to Will'm and Agnes now at Cambridge 
Batcheler of Arte s. p'le. Agne[s] Wall eldest doughter to Will'm and Agnes maried 
vnto Thorn's ffletchcr of the Citte of Chester, alderman, and they haue yssue Will'm, 
Thomas, Agne, Sara & Jane ffletcher. Sara another doughter to Will'm Wall aid' 
and Agne maried to Henry Hamnet sonne and heire to Will'm Hamnet aid' and 
Justice of peace, and they haue yssue Will'm, Agne and Thomas Hamnett. 

And he the aforsaid Raffe Wall father to W m Wall aid' had yssue John Wall 
eldest brother to W m who had yssue Raffe Wall who hathe yssue many children ; 



APPENDIX. 271 

And Robert Wall Cittizon of Chester a thurcle sonne whoe maried Jane doughter 
& one of the heires to John Hankye of Churtone Conntie of Chester gentellman 
And they hauc yssne many children, etc. 

Edward 3 l sonne of Robert & Jane was m uer married he dyed the 24 of 
September 1614 and was buried in S' Peters Church in Chester. 



2M>nrnU tic Cnmir. 

[Harl. -'1(13, fo. 75.] 

Amis. — Azure, on a hen/1 Argent three crosses /lory Sable, on a chief Or a trefoil if 

the third between lira garbs of the first. 
Crest. — A garb Azure between two trefoils Sable. 

iTijomAS 3LimraU of the Citie of Chester Alderman and Justice of Peace, and 
was Maior therof in Anno D'ni 1591, was soune & heire to Thomas Lyneall of 
Hordeley Countye of Salopp who mariede Elyzabethe doughter vnto .... Cornewall 
Conntye of Worcester. And hee was si nine to Thomas Lyneall whoe maryede .... 
doughter to ... . Elkes and that Thomas was soune to William. And I fynde thcr 
was one Thomas Lyneall of Hordeley afbrsaide by a, peece of Evidence whoe lyued 
in the Thurtyethe yeare of the Raigne of Kinge Henrye the Sixthe and discended 
of Lyneall de Lyneall Countie Salopp. 

And he the aforsaide Thomas Lyneall Maior 1591 maried Ellyne doughter to 
.... Taylor of Boughton neere Chester And by her hath yssue now lyvinge 1592. 

John Lyneall soune and heire to Thomas and Ellyne mariede .... 

Willyam Lyneall secounde soune to Tho. and Ellyn. 

Edward Lyneall thurdc soune. 

Anne eldest doughter to Tho. & Ellyn, mariede vnto John Williams of Chester 
and was Sheriff therof in Ann" 1587 and they haue yssue. 

Jane secounde do: to Thomas and Ellyn and twyndeale w' Anne maryede vnto 
John Wright soune and heire to Richarde Wright sheriff of the Cittie of Chester 
A° 1572, and they haue yssue. 

And to her secounde husbande she mariede John Lea. 

Katheryne thurde doughter to Thomas and Ellyne mariede to Raph Allayne 
Sherif of the Cittye of Chester, A° 1591, and they haue yssue. 

Tho. Liniall AI/F mar. to his 2 wife Katherine da. to John Wright if Biclcley & 
widow of Thomas Baiiaml of Leuerpoole but hud no issue. 

Thomas, of Hoi'dley.=j= 



Margretvx. PhilKp.=r John.=r Kath.= Thomas, =j=Mlen, da. to 

Rich. Broster j | Wright. Alderman ....Tayler 

fun' Tanner |~~ \~ ob. 1591, & had of BogMon. 

'20 Q. E. daughter. John. 



ob. 1618. 



1 u\ 



272 



APPENDIX. 



A| 



William 2 
mar. Kalh 
da. to 



Anne uz WilVms. 

Jane ux. Jo. Wright. 
Kath. to Bafe Allen. 



John of 
Chester. 



Edivard 3. 



Roger, draper. =f Alice, da. & h. to Bot't Anne vx. W m Phillips 
Wall of Chester. of Lee. 



Humphrey. = Roger. Thomas of Handbridi^Eliz. da. to Rob't Keele of Sutton, 
bur. at 8' Bridgetts ' 2'^ to Jo. Battij 3'* to RoVt Hall. 
24 January 1612. 



Mary vx. Jo. Simson. Ellen to Tho. Welshman. Jane. Int. 30 Aprell 1612. 



[randmrtcm.] 

[Harl. 21Gl,fo. 230.] 

[A pencil shield, helmet, and mantling, but no arms.] 

Peter Warburtone of the Cittie of Chest 1 ' Esquior a counsellor and one of the 
Alderman of the saide Cittie sonne to ... . 



[Here Vie fragment ends abraptlg.~] 



INDEX. 



Pedigrees are printed in SMALL CAPITALS : Arms in italics. 
[The spelling of the original BfSS, is preserved in the lnelex.~\ 



A 

Abraham, Jane, 28 ; William. 
28. 

Acres, Jane, 140 ; Robert, 140. 

Acton, Roger, 9 ; William, 87. 

Adams, Thomas, 8. 

Addeehead, Thomas, 9. 

Adelicia Britanna, 5. 

Aderton, Helen, 190. 

Adilina, or Aelina, Thomas de, 
160. 

Alardus, 188. 

Albania. Richard, Viscount of, 
4. 

Albemarle, William, Earl of, 6. 

Alcoch, 153. 

Alcock, Alice, 153 ; John, 153. 

Aldelyne, William, Lord of, 
199. 

Aldersey, 13, 14. 

Aldersey, 13, 14 ; Alice, 13, 
14 ; Anne, 13, 25; Cicely. 
13; Edward, 14; Eleanor, 
13 ; Elizabeth, 13, 94 ; Ellen, 
13, 222 : Henry, 13 ; Hugh, 
13, 26, 215 ; Jane, 13, 14 ; 
Joan, 14 ; John, 7, 8, 10, 
13, 14, 25, 94 ; Katherine, 

13 ; Lawrence, 13 ; Mar- 
garet. 13, 11. 26, 215; Mary, 
46 ; Peter, 14 ; Philip, 7 ; 
Ralph, 13 ; Randolph, 13 ; 
Richard, 13, 69; Robert, 7, 
13, 14, 222 ; Thomas, 7, 13, 

14 ; Thomasine, 13 ; William. 

13, 14,46. 
AldithUgk, 158. 160, 198. 
Aldithlegh, Eleanor, 168 ; 

Henry, 158-160, 198. 

Aldlvm, Agnes, 161 ; Sibell, 
161. 

Alesbnry, Mary, 59 ; Kir Tho- 
mas. 59. 

Alr.rntlth i\ 14. 

ALF.XANDKii, 14; Alice. II: 
Elizabeth, 14; Ellen, 14; 
John, 8. 14, 245 ; Margaret, 
50 ; Margery. 245 ; Nicholas, 

14, 50; Sibell, 14. 

Alford. Mary, fi ; Sir Robert, 6. 

Allen, Katherine, 271, 272 ; 

Margaret, 250; Ralph, 271, 



272 ; Richard, 12 ; William, 
8, 250. 

Arlington, Mary, 20 I. 

Aimer, Dorothy, 69 ; Edmund, 
59 ; William. 59. 

Alpram, 15, 154, 211. 

Alpram, 15; Alice, 15, 154; 
Amy, 15, 154; Ellen, 15, 
154 ; Eva, 15, 154 ; Jane, 15, 
154 : Katherine, 15, 154 ; 
Matthew, 16, 164 : Sibell, 15. 
154 ; Worrall, 15, 154. 

Aljirtim alias Soi/u-reill, 85. 

Alstenteig, Franc, 211 ; Vero- 
nica, 211. 

Altaripus, or Hawtrey, Auda, 
158, 198, 232; Hugh, 158, 
198, 232. 

Amery,Cicely,116; Richard, 116. 

Amson, Hugh, 10. 

Anderson, Prudence, 149 ; Rey- 
nold. 149. 

Andrew, Richard, 117. 

Anguish, David, Earl of, 3, 4 ; 
Maud, Countess of, 4. 

Antrobus, William, 11. 

Anunue, or Anion. Katherine, 
103 ; William, 103. 

Ap Richard, Anne, 253 ; Cad- 
walleder, 253. 

Ap Thomas, Anne. 1S6 ; Ro- 
bert, 186. 

Aquila, Alice 6 ; Sir Gilbert. 6. 

Archer, Frances, 149. 

Arderne, 16-18, 34,45, 164. 

Ardernb, or Arden, 16-19: 
Agnes, 41 ; Anne, 18, 19, 
131 ; Blanch. 17, 215; 
Charles, 19 ; Elizabeth, 18 ; 
Ellen, 16-19, 207; Frances, 
18 ; George, 19 ; Hamon, 19 ; 
Henry, 18; Hugh. 17 ; Isabel, 
17; Jane. 18, 82, 242 : Sir 
John, 16, 17. 34,55, 112,144, 
147. 213,215,240, 242 : John, 
16, 18. 19, 60, 82, 131, 151, 
207 : Katherine, 50 : Mar- 
garet, 18, 19, 101, 1 12, 240, 
242 ; Margery, 215 : Mary, 
is ; Maud, 17. 34, 111, 1 17, 
161, 213 ; Sir Peter, lsl ; 
Ralph, '.I, 18 ; Richard. IS; 
Robert, 18 ; Sibell, 19, 45 ; 



Sir Thomas, 17 ; Thomas. 17. 
18, 55 ; Ursula, 18 ; Walk- 
liu. 17, 11 ; Walter. IT : Wil- 
liam. 11, 11), 45 ; — , 149. 

Armetiida Normanna, 4. 

Armingsham, — , 205. 

Arragon, Margaret, Queenof, 58. 

Arthur, Duke of Brittany, 6. 

Arundel, Hugh, Earl of, 5, 182 ; 
Mabel, Conntess of, 3, 5; 
Richard, Earl of, 216 ; Wil- 
liam, Earl of, 3, 5. 

Ashley, 45. 

Ashley, Cicely, 220 ; George, 
40, 42, 45, 220 ; John, 36 ; 
Margery, 196, 256 ; Maud, 
40 ; Thomasine. 12, 46. 

Ashmore, Alice, 118. 

Ashton, 35, 45, 150. 

Ashton, Alice, 178 ; Anne, 68 ; 
Edmund, 140; Elizabeth, 
74, 221 ; Janet, 140 ; Sir 
John, 144; John. 151. 178 ; 
Margaret, 36 ; Margery, 71 ; 
Miles, 68 j Richard. 74; Sir 
Thomas, 36, 150 ; Thomas, 
144, 221 ; — , 73. 

Astley, Edward, 9; James, 11;!; 
Margery, 14:!. 

As fun, 15. 

Aston, 15 ; Alice, 16, 134. 136; 
Anne, 13, 16 ; Arthur. 16 ; 
Barbara. 16 ; Bridget, 16, 26 ; 
Dowce, 16, 239 ; sir Edward, 
184; Elizabeth, 15, 16; 
Ellen, 86, 194 : Frances, Hi, 
184; Francis, L6 : dace, 16 ; 
Hugh. S, i:;. 136 : Sir John, 
134 ; John, 12. 16, 26 : Ka- 
therine, 16 : Margaret, 16, 
88 : Mary, 16 : Oswald, 16; 
Sir Richard, 15 ; Richard, 
8, 15, 16, 86, 194, 239 
Robert, 15; Robert, 16; 
Roger, 16 : Thomas, 11, 16, 
SS : William, 16. 

Atherton, Agnes, 231, 233 : 
Charles, 39 ; Kal herii e, 3 

aret, B8, 215 ; Thomas, 
215 ; sir William. 88, 231, 
233 ; — . 217. 

Atkinson. Margaret, 109; 
Roger, 109. 

2 N 



274 



THE VISITATIONS OF CHESHIRE. 



Auchingtou, Eleanor, 257 j 
Elizabeth, 257 ; Margaret, 
257 ; Roger, 257 ; William, 
257. 
Aufllem. Sir John, 217. 
Audley, 19, 90-92. 
Audley, 19 ; Adam, 19; Alan, 
160; Anne. 52, 85; Auda, 
160 ; Beatrice, 19 ; Clemence, 
160 ; Elizabeth. 27 ; Eve, 91 ; 
Henry, Lord, 52 ; Henry, 
160 ; Hugh, Earl of Glouces- 
ter, 20 ; Hugh, Lord, 27 ; 
James, Lord. 20,85, 254; Sir 
James, 20,91 ; James, 19, 20, 
90, 92 ; Jane, 20 ; Joan, 160, 
212; John, 19, 20; Ludulph, 
19 ; Nicholas, Lord, 20 ; 
Nicholas, 20 ; Sir Peter, 91 ; 
Thomas, Lord, 88, 165, 224 ; 
Thomas, 20, 91 ; William, 160 ; 
— , Lord, 224. 

Audley alias Stanley, Sir Wil- 
liam, 212. 

Au'gier, Robert, 8. 

Augustine, — , 113. 

Aurenches. Emma. Countess of, 
4 ; Richard. Earl of, 4. 

Aurenges, Nigel de, 5. 

Aurenges, Nigel de, Baron of 
Halton, Constable and Mar- 
shal of Chester, 2, 5,110. 

Avenell, 233. 

Avenell, Aviee, 233. 



B 

Babington, Elizabeth, 78. 

Bacon, 160. 

Bacon, Richard, 160 ; William, 
160. 

Badlesmere, Guncelin, Justice 
of Chester, 132. 

Bagenhold, William, 47. 89. 

Bagnall. Eleanor, 204 ; Ellen, 
248 ; Sir Henry, 204 ; Hum- 
phrey, 137 ; John, 248 ; 
Mary, 44 ; Sir Ralph, 44 ; 
Winifred, 137. 

Bagott, Sir John, 73 ; Mar- 
garet, 73 ; — , 135. 

Baguley, 99, 147, 148, 150, 199. 

Bagulev, Clemence, 150, 199 ; 
Ellen, 144, 145.147, 149-151; 
Hamon, 150, 199; Sir John, 
148-150 ; Richard, 199 ; Ro- 
bert, 150, 199 ; Thomas, 144 ; 
Sir William. 144, 145, 147- 
151 ; William, 150, 199. 

Baker, Dorothy, 66 ; James, 
66. 

Ball, 263. 

Ball, 263 ; Agnes, 263 ; Anne, 
263 ; Elizabeth, 263 ; Joan, 
263 ; John, 69, 263 ; Margaret, 
69, 263 ; Richard. 8 ; Thomas, 
7, 8, 263 ; William, 263, 265. 

Bambell, Margaret, 13. 

Bamvile, 212-214. 

Bamvile, 213 ; Agnes, 212, 213, 



267 ; Alexander, ,87, 212, 213, 
241, 267 ; Alice, 188 ; Anabel, 
150 ; Anne, 266 ; David, 
213; Ellen. 212.213: Havise, 
212 ; Jane, 266, 267 ; Joan, 
212, 213 ; John, 266 ; Lettice, 
228 ; Margaret. 266 ; Maud, 
266 ; Miriell,213 ; Sir Philip, 
212,213,228,267; Randolph, 
266, 267; Robert, 123, 188, 
266, 267 ; Roise, 212. 241 ; 
Sir Stephen, 212, 213 ; Sir 
Thomas, 212, 213, 267 ; Tho- 
mas, 150, 212, 267 ; William, 
213. 
Banbury, Sir William. 143. 
Banester, or Banaster, Eleanor, 
219 ; John. 219 ; Martin, 26, 
1 98 ; Richard, 26, 198 ; Thurs- 
ton, 160. 
Banister, Margaret, 177. 
Bankell, Margaret, 176 ; Ran- 
dall, 176. 
Bankes. Elizabeth, 68 Wil- 
liam, 68. 
Barber, John, 9. 
Bardolph, Ellen, 241 ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 241. 
Barker, Anne, 196 ; Edward, 
98, 196 ; Isabel, 118 ; Kathe- 
rine, 98 ; Rowland, 98. 
Barksdale. Audrey, 101 ; Joan, 

101 ; John, 101. 
Barlestone, Margery, 174 ; Wil- 
liam, 174. 
Barley, 238. 
Barley, George, 238 ; Mary, 

238. 
Barlow, Alexander, 46, 146 ; 
Marteaux, 46 ; Mary, 146 ; 
— , 120. 
Barmeston, Margery, 261 ; Wil- 
liam, 261. 
Barnaeh, 58. 

Barnack, 58 ; Joan, 59 ; Wal- 
ter, 58, 59. 
Barnes, Beikin, 133; Isabel, 
133; Ralph, 101; Rebecca, 
101. 
Barneston, Anne, 24 ; Elizabeth, 
176 ; Thomas, 24 ; William, 
7, 176. 
Barrington, Jane. 117. 
Barrow, 193. 

Barrow, Dves, 205 ; Eleanor, 
31 ; Elizabeth, 193; Kathe- 
rine, 140 ; Richard, 31 ; Sir 
Thomas, 140 ; Thomas, 193. 
Bartlet, or Barlett, Amy, 89 ; 
Elizabeth, 52 ; Henry, 89 ; 
Lancelot, 52. 
Barton, 35. 

Barton, Agnes, 215, 260 ; An- 
drew, 215, 260 ; Eleanor, 44 ; 
Margery, 153 ; Patrick, 162 ; 
Ralph. 44 ; Robert, 153 ; 
Sibell, 162. 
Bartram, Elizabeth, 154 ; 

George, 133 ; William, 154. 
Barwe, Robert, 200. 
Barwick, Elizabeth, 44. 



Basford, Edward, 166. 
Basing, Margery, 234 ; Robert, 

234. 
Baskervile, Agnes. 32 ; Randall, 

32; William, 9. 
Basnett, Dorothy. 264 ; Eleanor, 
264 ; Elizabeth. 264 ; Grace, 
264 ; Henry. 264 ; Jane, 264 ; 
Mary. 264 ; Richard, 264 ; 
William, 264. 
Bason, or Boson, Isabel, 206 ; 

Richard, 206. 

Bassett, 95, 158. 

Bassett. Albreda, 6 ; Alice, 158; 

Ellen, 98 ; Henry, 6 ; Jane, 

158; Margaret, 96 ; Philippa, 

158, 198, 232 ; Ralph, 96, 98 ; 

Robert, 160 ; Thomas, Baron 

of Haddington, 158, 198, 232. 

Bate. Ellen, 72 ; Humphrey, 

72 ; Katherine, 72. 
Batisford, Cicely, 256. 
Batrone. Dom Gomes de, 120. 
Battriche, Alice, 265 ; John, 

265. 
Batty, Elizabeth, 272; John, 

272. 
Bavancl, 266. 

Bavand, or Baven, 266 ; Alice, 
174. 262, 267; Daniel, 267 ; 
Jane, 266, 267 ; John, 267 ; 
Katherine, 257, 271 ; Mar- 
garet, 266 ; Michael, 267 ; 
Randolph, 267; Richard. 262, 
266, 267 : Sarah, 267 ^Tho- 
mas, 174,257, 262, 266, 271. 
Beakensall. Jane, 65. 
Beamond, Elizabeth, 140 ; Rich- 
ard, 140. 
Beard, Anne, 99 ; Ellen, 75 ; 

Henry, 99 ; William, 75. 
Bebington, 180. 

Bebington, Eleanor, 13 ; Wil- 
liam, 13 ; — , 107, 180. 
Bechton, 71, 74, 99. 
Beck, 200-203. 

Beck, or Beke. Elizabeth, 200, 
201, 203 ; Jane, 201 ; John, 
200, 201 ; Mabel, 243 ; Mary, 

200, 203 ; Sir Nicholas, 200, 

201, 203; Peter, 200; Sir 
Robert, 200, 201, 203 ; Roger, 
Serjeant-at-Arms, 243. 

Beckett, Adam, 224 ; Elizabeth, 
108 ; Jane, 206 ; Margaret, 
108, 224 ; Margery, 108 ; 
Mary, 108 ; Ralph. 108. 

Bedell, Beatrice. 143 ; Geoffrey, 
143. 

Bedford, Jaquet, Duchess of, 50. 

Bceston, 15, 20. 

Beeston, 20 ; Dorothy, 21 ; 
Elizabeth. 15. 20 ; Sir George, 
7, 20. 207, 256; George, 21, 
259; Henry. 15, 83, 84, 111 ; 
Hugh, 21, 256; Isabel, 15; 
Jane, 20. 21, 207; John, 15, 
20, 21, 259; Katherine, 20, 
259 ; Margaret, 15, 21, 256 ; 
Margery, 235 ; Maud. 83, 84, 
111 ; Thomas, 20, 235 ; Tuo- 



INDEX. 



275 



masine, 21 ; Tochett, 20 ; 
William, 15; — , 111. 

Beisine, Anne, 15 ; Elizabeth, 
16 ; John, 15 ; Mabel, 15 ; 
Mary. 100 : Sir Richard, 100 ; 
Sir Thomas. 15 ; Warren. 15. 

Belgrave, 151. 

Belgrave, Isabel. 151 ; Thomas, 
151. 

Bellett, Joan, 183 ; John. 183. 

Bello Campo, Matilda de, 2+1. 

Bi llott, 22. 

Bellott, 22 ; Edward, 22 ; 
Sir John, 22 ; John, 22 ; Ka- 
therine, 133: Thomas, 133, 
208 ; Ursula, 22. 

Bellyn, Cicely, 263 ; Margery, 
263, 264 ; Robert, 263 ; Tho- 
mas, 264. 

Behvard, 159. 

Belward, Agnes, 159 ; David, 
Baron Malpas, 95, 159, 160 ; 
Margaret, 95, 159, 160 ; Peter, 
159, 160 ; Randolph, 159 ; 
Richard, 160 ; William, 95, 
159, 160. 

Benhale, 91. 

Benhale, Lady Eva, 91 ; Sir 
Robert. 91. 

Bennett, Christopher, 11 ; 
Eleanor, 197 ; John, 197. 

Benolte, Thomas, Clarenccux, 
259. 

Bentley, Anne, 22 ; John, 22 ; 
Ursula, 22 ; — , 256. 

Beomont, Isabel, 81. 

/>'< ri/agton, 20. 

Berington, 20 ; Adam, 21 
Agatha, 21 ; Agnes, 21 
Alice, 22 ; Anne, 21 ; Elea 
nor, 22 ; Elizabeth, 22, 208 
George, 22 ; Henry, 21 
Hugh, 21 ; Jane, 228 ; Joan 
21 ; John, 21, 208 ; Leonard 
21 ; Margaret, 21 ; Margery 
21 ; Randall,21 ; Richard, 21 
Thomas, 21, 228 ; William, 
21, 22. 

Berisford, or Bereford, — , 62. 

Beristow, Elizabeth, 174 ; Ro- 
bert. 174. 

Berkeley, Anne, 204 ; Kathe- 
rine, 42 ; Morris, 42 ; Thomas, 
Lord, 204. 

Berouse, John, 162. 

Beswick, Blanch, 179 ; William, 
179. 

Beteley, Ellen, 250 ; William, 
250. 

Bickerton, Edmund, 8, 67 ; 
George, 8 ; Jane, 67. 

Bickley, — , 257. 

Biest, Anne, 98; John, 98. 

Billington, Margery, 192. 

BwoheOt, 22. 

BlECHELLS. 22 ; Alice, 23 
Am..-. 22, 23; Dorothy, 23 
Eleanor, 23 ; Elizabeth, 23 
Ellen, 22 ; John, 22, 23 ; Ka 
therine, 23 ; Margery, 23 
Mary, 23. 



Birches, 252. 

Birches, — , 252. 

Birchley, Anne, 126. 

Bird, 23, 24. 186, 265. 

Bird, or Delbird, 23, 24, 265 ; 
Agnes. 162; Alice, 23-25, 
162, 266 ; Anne, 13, 23-25, 
54, 123 ; Edward, 24, 25 ; 
Eleanor, 24, 68 ; Elizabeth, 
25, 79 ; Ellen, 222, 265, 266 ; 
Frances, 25 ; Francis, 25 ; 
George, 7, 79 ; Hugh, 25 ; 
Jane, 23, 186, 265 ; Joan, 
24. 25 ; John. 23, 24, 39, 

161, 1S6, 265; Judith, 25 ; 
Katherine, 25, 156, 161, 

162, 265 ; Mabel, 25 ; Mar- 
garet, 25, 162,265 ; Margery, 
24, 57, 80 ; Mary. 23-25 ; 
Maud, 25, 39 ; Mirabell, 25 ; 
Nicola, 54, 80; Ralph, 24; 
Randall, 23, 24 ; Richard, 23, 
24, 156, 265 ; Robert, 23-25, 
31), 54, 123 ; Roger, 25, 68 ; 
Susan, 25; Thomas, 8, 13, 
23-25, 80, 265 ; Uchtred, 80 ; 
Walter, 25 ; William, 24, 25, 
265, 266 ; — , 86. 

Birkenhead, 25. 

Birkenhead, 25 ; Adam, 25, 
130 ; Alice, 25; Elizabeth, 
130; Henry, 25; Margaret, 
138 ; Ralph, 54 ; Richard, 
138. 

Birkhead, — , 247. 

Biron, Christian, 164 ; Eliza- 
beth, 34 ; Henry, 34 ; John, 
164. 

Birrin, Christopher, 9 ; Tho- 
mas, 10. 

Birt, Cicely, 177. 

Birtelley [rectivs Birtles], 
John, 9. See also Birchells. 

Birtells, Edward, 9. 

Blackborne Hurnfrey, 248 ; 
Katherine, 248. 

Blackmore, Elizabeth, 244 ; 
Ralph, 244. 

Blackwell, Elizabeth, 106. 

Blechington, Agnes, 212 ; John, 
212. 

Bleston, Elizabeth, 135 ; Tho- 
mas, 135. 

Blimhall, 102. 

Blore, Agnes, 159, 160 ; Clem- 
ence, 159 ; Eleanor, 159 ; 
William, 159, 160. 

Bluudell, Anne, 217; Emma, 
26; James, 26; Richard, 217; 
Robert, 26. 

BlimdeviOe, 1, 4,28-30,203. 

Blundeville, Clemenee, 4 ; Con- 
stance, 4 ; Margaret, 4 ; Ran- 
dolph, Earl of Chester, Lin- 
coln, and Richmond, Dnke 
of Brittany, 1, 3, 4, 27-.'i<>. 
160. 

Blunt, Margaret, 32 ; Richard, 
32. 

Bohun, Humphrey, Earl of 
Hereford, 4 ; John, 4 ; Mar- 



garet, 4 ; Randolph, Earl or 
Chester, 4. 

Bois, Benett, 192 ; Thomas, 192. 

Bold. See Bould. 

Bolrou, John, 4. 

Bonbwry, 26. 

Bonbury, 26 ; Agnes, 26 ; 
Blanch. 26, 192 ; Bridget, 16, 
26 ; Christian, 162 ; Edward, 
26 ; Eleanor, 26 ; Elizabeth, 
26, 35 ; Emma, 26 ; Henry, 
13, 26 ; John, 26 ; Katherine, 

26 ; Margaret, 13, 26, 102; 
Mary, 26 ; Richard, 26, 102, 
192; Thomas, 11. 16. 26 3 

Bonner, 205 ; Edmund. Bishop 
of London, 205 ; Vere, 97 ; 
William, 97. 

Booth. See Boutli. 

Bordell, Sir William, 112. 

Borough, — , 16. 

Boroughs, Anne, 255. 

Boson. See Bason. 

Bostock, 26-30, 68, 113, 114, 198, 
203. 

Bostock, or Bostestock, 26-32 ; 
Sir Adam, Lord of, 27, 28, 
159; Sir Adam, 27, 28. 30, 
31, 229 ; Adam, 202 ; Agnes, 
32 ; Alice, 28, 30, 32, 88 ; 
Anne, 28-32, 53, 109, 125, 
204 ; Anthony, 32 ; Arthur, 
28, 29; Barbara, 32; Bridget, 
32 ; Charles, 28 ; Cicely, 30 ; 
David, 27, 29. 30; Dorothy, 
31, 59, 259 ; Edmund, 31 ; Sir 
Edward, 27 ; Edward, 28-30, 
32; Eleanor, 24, 31 ; Eliza- 
beth, 27, 29-32, 229 ; Ellen, 
27,30; Emme, 2S-30; Felice, 
32; George, 7, 28, 31,32, 109, 
113; Sir Gilbert, 27 ; Gilbert, 
26, 198 ; Havice, 27 ; Sir 
Henry, 27 ; Henry, 10, 27, 

30 ; Hugh, 26, 27, 31 ; Hum- 
phrey, 27, 32 ; Ida, 32 ; Isaac, 
28 ; Isabel. 27, 29, 159; James, 
32 ; Jane, 27-32, 210; Janet, 

27 ; Joan, 31, 32 ; John, 11, 
24, 28, 30-32, 127, 131 ; Joyce, 

31 ; Katherine. 29, 31,32, 129, 
131,216,222,247; Lancelot, 
31, 59, 259 ; Lionel, 32 ; 
Margaret, 27, 29-32, 113, 187, 
234, 235; Maud. 31. 32, 127 ; 
Nicholas, 28, 31 ; Sir Oliver, 
26 ; Sir Ralph, 27, 159; 
Ralph, 10.27-32,88, 129.187, 
204, 210, 222. 217; Randall, 

32 ; Ranulph, 27 ; Richard, 
7. 27. 31. 32 ; Robert, 21. 28, 
30, 31, 59, 259; Roger, 27, 

32 ; Tamar, 32; Tl as, 29- 

32; Sir Warren. 27 : Sir \\ il- 
liam, 27, 29 ; William. 26, 
28, 30, 32, 85, 125, 198, 216 ; 
— , 222. 

Boston, Elizabeth, 126 ; Ralph, 

126. 
Boteler, Joan, 223 : Sir William, 

223. 



276 



THE VISITATIONS OF CHESHIRE. 



Botton, Ellen, 103 ; James 103. 

Boughey, Alice, 166. 

Bould, 33, 34. 

Bould. or Bold, 33, 34 ; Agnes, 

33 ; Alice, 203 ; Anne, 34 ; 
Baldwin. 34 ; Charles, 34, 35 ; 
Cicely, 34 ; Dorothy, 31, 124 ; 
Elizabeth, 20, 34, 35 ; Ellen, 

34 ; Frances, 34 ; Geoffrey, 
33 ; George, 34, 35 ; Sir 
Henry, 33, 203 ; Henry, 34, 

35 ; Humphrey, 34; Sir John, 
33 ; John, 33-35 ; Katherine, 

33 ; Lawrence, 34, 35 ; Luke, 
35 ; Margaret, 33, 34 ; Mar- 
gery, 103 ; Matthew, 33 ; 
Maud, 34 ; Nicholas, 33 ; 
Peter, 33-35, 103 ; Sir Rich- 
ard, 33, 124 : Richard, 33, 

34 ; Robert, 11, 33 ; Thomas. 

35 ; Vere, 97 ; William, 33- 

35, 97 ; — , 168. 
Boulton, Randolph, 8. 
Bourne. Anne, 32. 
Bouth, 35, 139. 

Bouth, or Booth, 35 ; Alice, 

36, 37 ; Amy, 37 ; Andrew, 

36, 37 ; Anne, 36, 42, 44, 74, 
170. 2(17. 217; Arthur, 37 ; 
Bridget, 37 ; Dorothy. 36, 37, 
221/212 ; Dowce, 36, 143, 
146, 169,226, 228; Edmund, 
37 ; Edward, 37 ; Eleanor, 

37. 73 ; Elizabeth, 36, 37, 61, 
220, 240, 264 ; Elleu, 30, 01, 
144, 151, 153; Sir George, 
37; George, 11, 36. 37, 61, 
74, 170. 220, 221 ; Hamlett, 
36 ; Henry, 36, 37 ; Jane, 
30. 37, 87, 89, 125, 139 ; Sir 
John, 203, 217 ; John, 30. 37, 
i:.:;. 252 ; Katherine, 30. 252 ; 
Margaret. 30, 74, 178 ; Mary, 
37,75; Maud, 36, 203; Peter, 
37 ; Ralph, 36, 139, 178 ; 
Richard, 37 ; Sir Robert. 36, 
151, 169, 226, 228 ; Robert, 
36, 37 ; Susan, 37 ; Thomalin, 
36 ; Sir Thomas. 36 ; Thomas, 
7, 37 ; Sir William, 30, 37, 
12. 75. 89, 12:.. 143, 141. 146, 
171. 207, 2hi. 242, 204; Wil- 
liam. 30, 37, 73 ; — , 34. 

Bowdcn, Anne, 253; George, 253. 

Bowes, Anue, 17 ; John, 17. 

Bowett, Elizabeth, 91 ; Joan, 
91 ; Sir William, 91. 

Bowster [rectius Broster], Ed- 
ward, 9. 

Bowyer, Anne, 22 ; Elizabeth, 
22'; John, 22 ; Katherine, 
11 : William, 22, 41. 

Buydell, 32, 71, 152, 167. 

Boydell, Beatrice, 140; Geoffrey, 
i |i; ; John, 140 ; Margaret, 
140 ; Sir William, 112 ; Wil- 
liam lc, 32 ; — , 70, 131, 152. 

Brace, Elizabeth, 10 ; Hova, 
161 ; Richard. 10. 

Brackenbury, Eleanor. 44. 

Bradboume, Elizabeth, 221 ; 



Henry, 73 ; Isabel, 229 ; John, 
12, 229 ; Margaret, 73. 
Bradbury, Katherine, 243 ; 

Nicholas, 243. 
Bkadfeld, 37 ; Isabel, 29 ; 
John, 37 ; Katherine, 37 ; 
Margery, 37 ; Roger, 37 ; 
Thomas, 29, 37. 
Bradley, Alexander, 10 ; Elea- 
nor, 81 ; John, 81 ; Thomas, 
201. 
Bradshaw, Anne, 108 ; Sir 
Henry, 27 ; Janet, 27 ; John, 
190; Mary, 190; Robert, 
200 ; Roger, 108 ; William, 
10. 
Brail sford, Margaret, 112 ; 

Ralph, 112. 
Branche, Dorothy, 179 ; John, 

179. 
Branham, or Bruncham, John, 

83. 
Brasted, John, 102 ; Margaret, 

102. 
Bray, Anne, 56 ; Edmund, 

Lord, 50 ; Jane, 56. 
Brayne, John, 8. 
Brereton, 41-45. 
Beeeeton, 41-46 ; Emilia, 
228 ; Agnes, 41, 45, 151 ; 
Alice, 41, 42.44. 46,138,183, 
204 ; Sir Andrew, 41, 72, 100, 
148, 151, 183, 209, 210 ; An- 
drew, 42 ; Anne, 36, 41-44, 
74, 79, 209 ; Annila, 41 ; 
Cuthbert, 46 ; Dorothy, 46 ; 
Edward, 42. 43,45, 46 ; Elea- 
nor, 31, 42-14, 88, 96, 97, 203 ; 
Elizabeth, 41, 42, 44, 53,64, 
148, 166, 176, 210, 211, 219, 
229; Ellen, 41,42,61, 81,96, 
100, 162, 166, 252; Emma, 
43, 61, 79; Geoffrey, 44, 138; 
George. 11, 19, 36, 41-46, 74, 
79, 209 ; Henry, 42, 44 ; Hugh, 
42, 166, 244 ; Humphrey, 79 ; 
Isabel, 42, 43, 244 ; Jane, 27, 

42, 44-46, 00, 126, 14S, 171, 
209, 216, 229, 240 ; Joan, 24, 
149 ; Sir John, 42 ; John, 42, 

43, 45. JO, 120, 211 ; Kathe- 
rine, 25, 41, 42, 44, 46, 209 ; 
Lucrctia, 45 ; Mai-garet, 41, 

42, 46, 204 ; Margery, 125 ; 
Marteaux, 40 ; Mary, 42-44, 
46, 52, 64, 96, 240 ; Maud, 42, 
46, 72, 184 ; Owen, 31, 43 ; 
Peter, 43 ; Philippa, 41, 42; 
Ralph, 125; Sir Randall. 7, 
41-44. 40, 64, 79, 88, 96, 97, 
166, 219; Randall, 7, 9, 41, 

43, 45, 46, 53, 61, 176 ; Ran- 
dolph, 46 ; Sir Richard, 43, 

44, 74, 216 ; Richard, 7, 42, 
44-40, 52, 171 ; Robert, 44 ; 
Sir Roger, 44 ; Roger, 44 ; 
Rose, 234 ; Sibell, 19, 45, 40, 
152 ; Thomas, 43-40, 01; Tho- 
masiue, 42, 45 ; Sir Urian, 44, 
46, 149, 152 ; Urian, 46. 61 ; 
Ursula, 46 ; Walburgh, 42 ; 



Sir William, Lord Ch. J. of 
Ireland, 42, 204 ; Sir William, 
10,27,36,41-45, 81,148,149, 
184, 202-204, 209, 229, 234, 
240, 252 ; William, 7, 36, 41- 
40, 61, 00, 96, 162, 208, 228, 
240. 
Breremood, 267. 
Beeeewood, 267 ; Alice, 270 ; 
Elizabeth, 116, 207 ; John, 
267 ; Robert, 267, 270. 
Brcssy, 38-40. 

Beesst, or Brassy, 38, 39 ; 
Alice, 39, 40 ; Anne, 39 ; 
Beatrice, 40 ; Dorothy, 39 ; 
Elizabeth, 39 ; Ellen, 39, 262 ; 
Hamon, 38, 57 ; Heury, 39 ; 
Isabel, 38, 57 ; Jane, 39 ; 
Jenkin, 40 ; John, 10, 25, 39, 
262 ; Katherine, 39 ; Mar- 
garet, 38, 39 ; Mary, 209 ; 
Maud, 25, 39 ; Parnell. 39 ; 
Ralph, 38 ; Randall, 209 ; 
Richard, 8, 38, 39 ; Robert, 
39 ; Thomas, 38, 39 ; William, 
38, 39. 
Bretlands, John, 9. 
Bretoft, Thomas, 58. 
Brett, 38. 

Brett, Cicely, 105, 177 ; Mar- 
garet, 38 ; Robert, 38, 105. 
Brian, Dorothy, 125 ; John, 125. 
BriclihM, 194. 
Brickhill, Hugh, 194 ; Mary, 

194. 
Brickley, Anne, 13 ; William, 13. 
Bridge, Robert, 9. 
Bridrit, Edmund, 12. 
Brindlcy, 40. 

Beindley, 40 ; Alice, 40 ; 
Anne, 39, 245 ; Beatrice, 40 ; 
Elizabeth, 40 ; Hugh, 40 ; 
Joan, 40 ; John, 40 ; Kathe- 
rine, 40 ; Margery, 40 ; Maud, 
40 ; Piers, 245 ; Thomas, 8, 
40 ; William, 40. 
Britain, Couan, Earl of, 4, 
Brittany, Arthur, Duke of, 6. 
Brock, Anne, 269 ; John, 8, 

269. 
Brockett, Condra, 102 ; Ed- 
mund, 102. 
Brodhurst, Ralph, 9 ; William, 

10. 
Bromfeld, Emma, 28, 29 ; Hum- 
phrey, 28, 29. 
Bromhatt. 73. 

Beomhall, 73 ; Alice, 73 ; Sir 
Edward, Lord of Port, 73 ; 
Geoffrey, 73; John, 73 ; Maud, 
224 ; Sir Richard, 73 ; Rich- 
ard, 224 ; William, 73. 
Bromley, 47-50, 89, 90, 184. 
Beomley, 47-49 ; Agnes, 48 
50 ; Alice, 15, 47-49, 196 
Amabel, 48, 50, 90 ; Anne. 
49, 50, 176 ; Beatrice, 49 
Dorothy, 49 ; Edward, 49 
Elizabeth, 48, 49, 249 ; Ellen 
50 ; Francis, 49 ; Geoffrey. 
47 ; Sir George, Justice of 



INDEX. 



277 



Chester, 49 ; George, 49 ; 
Gerrard, 49 ; Henry. 17. Ill : 
Hugh, 8, is, 49, 176 ; Hum- 
phrey, 19 : [sabel, 50, 157, 
184 :' Jane, 19, ill: Joan, I8- 
60, 90, 184 ; Sir John, 48, 50. 
50. 109, 19 >. 184, 215; John, 
17-50, 9 '.111. 157 : . I. .ice, 49; 
Catherine, 50 ; Lettice, 48 ; 
Margaret, 1 I. 19.50. |n.i. 215; 
Margery, 190, 215; Martha, 
60 | Mary, 19 ; Maud, 4 s ; 
Millioent, 48 ; Muriel, 49 ; 
Nicholas. 48 ; Randall, 48 ; 
Ranulph, 60 ; Richard, 47, 
is. .Ml. 90 | Sir Robert, 17 ; 
Robert, IS, 50, 196 ; Roger, 
17-50. 90 ; Si^an. 49 ; Sir 
Thomas, L. Chanc. of Eng- 
land, 49 ; Sir Thomas, Justice 
of England, 49 ; Thomas, 48- 
60, 249; Sir Walter, 15. 47 ; 
Walter, 47. 48, 90, 254 ; Wil- 
liam, 8, 14, 47-60, 90 ; —243. 
See Chetilton. 
Brooke. 51. 

Brooke, 51 ; Alice. 52, 70 ; 
Andrew, 51; Anne, 51. 52, 
56 ; Basil. 51 ; Bridget, 51 ; 
Charles, 52 ; Christian, 51, 
52; Cicely, 51, 78; Dorothy, 
219; Eleanor, 52; Elizabeth, 
51, 52, 168 ; George. Lord 
Cobham, 56 ; George, 52 ; 
Jane, 51 ; John, 17, 51, 52, 
219 ; Katherine, 51 ; Lucy, 
17 ; Margaret, 51, 52, Kit ; 
Martha. 52. 219; Mary. 51, 
52 ; Maud. 51 ; l'oynings, 52 : 
Prudence, 52; Ralph, 51 ; Sir 
Richard, L. Ch. Baron of the 
Exch.. 51. 78 ; Sir Richard, 
52 ; Richard, 51, 52, 219 ; 
Robert, 51. 52; Roger, 51,52, 
164 ; Thomas, 11, 51, 52, 70, 
168 ; William. 52 ; — , Lord, 
63 ; — , 166. 
Broome. — , 115. 
Broster, Edward, 9 ; Margaret, 
271 ; Richard. 271 ; — , 206. 
Brovghton, 268. 

BEOUGHTON, 2(18 ; Alice, 186 ; 
Anne, 268 ; Edmund, 66, 
186 ; Eleanor, 66 ; Kathe- 
rine, 16 ; Margaret, 266, 268 ; 
Ralph. 268 ; Richard, 16 ; 
Valentine, 266, 268 ; — , 21. 
Brow, David, 48 ; Kleauor, 112 ; 
Eve. 254 ; Sir Hugh, 112 ; 
John. 254. 
Browne. Sir Anthony, 65 ; 
Cicelv. 51', 236 ; James, 10 ; 
Jane,"05; John, 30, 179,256 : 
.1 1 lice. 256 ; Margaret, 219 ; 
Nicholas, 236; Thomas, 219; 

-,115. 
Browning, Alice, 92 ; John. 

92. 
Broxton, 79. 
Broxton, Alice, 79 ; Thomas, 

79 ; William, 162. 



Bruereton, 191. 

Urn •in. 52. 53. 

Buuvn, 52 ; Alice. 51 ; Anne, 
5 !, 54, 12.'.; Dorothy,53, 125; 
Eleanor, 51 ; Elizabeth, 53, 
51; Ellen, 52. 5:: ; Ge «rey, 

55, 112 ; George. 53 ; -la <. 

53 ; Jane, 55 ; .loan. 123 ; 
John, lo. 52-54, 125 ; Kathe- 
rine, 53, 54 ; Margaret, 53, 
112; Mary, 53; Nicholas,52, 
53 ; Philip, 53 ; Piei . 54, 
123 ; Ralph. 11. 53. 5 1. 125 ; 
Richard, 53, 54 ; Robert, 53 ; 
Roger, 52; Thomas, 53 : Wil- 
liam, 53 ; — , 39, 103. 
Brych, Elizabeth, 34. 
BiteMey, 49. 

Buckley, Ellen, 18 : babel, 29 : 
Joyce. 51 ; Margery, 166 : sir 
Richard. IS, 37 ; Richard. 
105 ; Robert, 7. 
Bulgiolle, Reginald, Lord of 
Hulgreve and Erdeswick, 230. 
Buikeley, 38, 54, 5S, 125. 
BULKELEY, 54-57 ; Agnes. 55, 
56, 150, 199 ; Alice, 55, 125 ; 
Anne, 184 ; Audrey. 5 1 ; 
Beatrice, 55 ; Cicely, 55 ; 
David, 54, 55 ; Elizabeth, 55, 
74 ; Ellen, 47, 54, 55 : Hugh, 
55, 60, 80, 242 ; Humphrey, 
55; John, 48, 54, 55 ; Kathe- 
rine, 74 ; Lettice, 48, 50 ; 
Mabel, 38, 57 ; Margaret, 60, 
80, 204; Margery, 55, 212; 
Mary, 55; Maud, 38, 00. 125; 
Nicola, 54 ; l'eter. 54 ; Sir 
Richard, 56, 74, 204 ; Rich- 
ard, 38, 47, 55-57, 74, 150, 
184, 199 ; Robert, Lord, 54 ; 
Robert, 47, 50.55. 50. 80, 150, 
199 ; Roger, 38, 55, 57 ; Row- 
land. 65, 56 ; Thomas, 3s, 5 1, 
55. ;,7 ; Wilcock, 60 ; Wil- 
kin. 38, 57; William, Lord, 
55 ; William. Justice of Ches- 
ter. 125 ; William, 1st Con- 
stable of Beaumaris, 56 ; 
William, 47, 48, 54-57, 125; 
—,58. 
Buikeley alias l'restland, Rich- 
ard, 55. 
Hull. Kleauor, 135; Elizabeth, 

245 ; John, 135. 
Buhner, — ,21. 
Bunbury, Mabel de, 230. 
"fJtirdcaux, Maud. 105, 22.5 ; ,^ir 

Oliver, 225 ; Oliver, 165. 
Biirrfi u.r, 104. 
Burgamlle, 5. 239. 
Burgaville,Adebcia,5; Charles, 
7> ; Eustace, Lord. 5 ; Kus- 
tace, 5 ; John, Lord Pem- 
broke, 5. 
Burges, Francis, 123 ; John. 10; 
Katherine, 125; William. 11. 

lliinjh, 58. 

Burgh, Hubert, Earl of Kent, 
188 ; Sir John, 188 ; Mar- 
garet, 188 ; — , 59. 



Burghall, Bartholomew. 101 ; 
Nicholas, 101. 

Burghes, Robert, 8 ; Willi:"". 
i Ihester Herald, 3. 

BwglOey, 169. 

Burghley, Sir John. 169 ; Tho- 
mas Lord. 115 ; William. 
Lord, Mi. 

Burnell, William, 173. 

Burward, or Burw Mice, 

15,47 ; Mabel. 15 ; M 
15 ; Warren, 15. 17. 

Bushell, Edward, 78 ; Mar- 
garet, 78. 

Butler, 152, 184. 

Butler. Alb ,ni'. 58 ; Anne. 3 I ; 
Blanch, 110 : Elizabeth, 50. 
55, 88, 190. 192 : Ellen, 10,5 ; 
Isabel. 45 ; .lane. 58, 68 : 
Joan, 263 ; sir .John. 165, 
225 ; John, 192 : Mai 
33, 125.223 ; Mary. 2 
Nicholas, 34 ; Ralph. Lord 
Sudley, 55 ; Richard. OS, 263 ; 
Sir Thomas, 53, 50,. 72, 253. 
234,203 ; Thomas. 1 10. 153 ; 

. Sir William, 225 ; William, 

88 ; Sir—. 43. 
Byron, — , 217. 



Caddington, Beatrice, 15 ; John, 

15. 
Cadwalleder ap Richard, 253. 
Caleott, 57. 

C'ALCOTT, 57; Alice, 58; 
Anthony. 58 ; Bridget, 6 ; 
Charles, 58 ; David, 57 ; 
Dorothy, 58 ; Elizabeth, 39, 
57 ; Ellen, 58 ; Emily, 90, ; 
Isabel, 58 ; Jane. 58, 79 ; 
.loan, 58 : John, 86 ; Kathe- 
rine. 58 : Lancelot, 58; Mar- 
gery, 57, 58 ; Maud, 58 ; 
Randall, 5S ; Robert. 57 ; 
Thomas. 7, 57, 58, 79 ; Wil- 
liam. 58 ; — . 67. 
Calthrop, Alice, 13 ; Richard, 

13. 
Calveley, 58, 75, 109, 259. 
I'ALVELEY. 58 ; Agues. 00, 62; 
Alice, 59, 66, 126 ; Anthony, 
60, 259 ; Beatrice, 132 ; 
Christian, 59. 120. 128, 259; 
David, 11. 58. 75; Dorothy, 
31, 510 Oil. 120, 170. 250 ; 
Eleanor. 59. 60, 70,. 89, 259, 
202: Elizabeth, 59. 259. 202 ; 
sir George, 7. 20. 31, 59, 
60, 62, 126, 128, 183; George, 
0,0. 259 : sir Hugh, 58-60, 
70, SO. Ml. 109, 202 ; Hugh, 
s. 68-60, 00,, 120. 170, 259 ; 
Jane, 111. 250 : Joan, 59 ; 
Sir John, 12S : John, 60, 
250 ; Catherine, 20. ,5. 269; 
Margaret, 68-60, 183 ; Maud, 
59 ; Peter, 60 ; Sir William, 
132. 



278 



THE VISITATIONS OF CHESHIRE. 



Cambridge, 12S. 
Cambridge, — , 128. 
Canioys, William. Lord, 6. 
Campan. Robert, 160. 
Camville, l.lonia, 6 ; Maud, 
234 ; Roger, Lord. 6 ; Sir 
William, 234. 
Cantilupe, Margaret, 6; Mili- 
oent, 182 ; William, Lord, 6, 
Capenhurst, 63, 191. 
Capenhurst, Joan. 191 ; John, 

191 : Thomas, 191 ; — , 63. 
Cappell, Robert, 160. 
( 'a rden, 67, 105. 
Cardcu, Ellen, 105 ; Margery, 

67 ; William, 105. 
Carew, Christian, 51 ; John. 51. 
Carey, Sir Edmund, 68 ; Maw. 

68. 
Carinij'ini. 60. 

CARINGTON, 60 ; Adam, 170 ; 
Andrew, 61 : Anne, 61, 81 : 
Beatrice. 203 : Blanch, 203 ; 
Bonaventure,61; Edmund, 61; 
Eleanor. 61 ; Elizabeth, 15, 42, 
61 ; Ellen, 36, 61, 125, 239 ; 
Emma, 43, 61 ; Sir George, 
60; George, 61; Hamlet t. 61 : 
Sir Hamnett, 203; Hamon, 
61 : Hugh, 81, 248 : Jai 
61 ; Joan. 61 ; Sir John. 61 ; 
John, 15. 36, 37. 42. 43, 61, 
82, 125 ; Katherine, 61, 252; 
Margaret, 61, S2 ; Nicholas, 
61 ; Owen, 61 ; Peter, 61 ; 
Ralph, 61 ; Sir Thomas. 203 ; 
Thomas, 61 ; William, 60, 
61; — , 149. 
Carison, Katherine, 58 ; Mar- 
tret, 31; Thomas. 58; Wil- 
liam. 7. 
Carnell, 115. 

Carpenter, Dorothy, 264 ; Wil- 
liam, 264. 
Carter, or Cater, William, 101. 
Cartwright, Elizabeth, 86; 

Richard, 86. 
Case, Elizabeth, 269; Thomas, 

269. 
Castilion, Elizabeth, 147 ; John 

Baptist, 147. 
Cat. rail. Elizabeth, 242; Henry, 

242. 
Cathered, John, 7. 
Caverswell. Sir Peter, 200 ; 

Roger. 212 : Sarah, 212. 
t lawde, John, 11. 
Cecil, Edmund, 23 ; Elizabeth. 
23, 115. 124 ; Thomas, Lord 
Burghley, 115 ; William, 
Lord Burghley. L. High 
Treasurer of England, lol ; 
William, 124 ; — , Lord Koos, 
124. 
Challons, Sir Robert. 200. 
Chaloner, Condra, 102 ; Tho- 
mas. 102, 261. 
Chantrell, 61. 

Chantrell, 61 ; Dorothy, 61 ; 
Elizabeth, 37, 61 ; George, 
61 ; Jane, 61, 100 ; Law- 



rence, 61, 100; Margaret, 61 ; 
Mary, 23. 61 ; Paul, 61 ; 
Richard, 61 ; Robert, 61 ; 
Thomas, 61 ; William, 7, 23, 
37,61. 
Charletou, Elizabeth, 16 ; Mary, 

16 ; Sir Roger. 16 ; — , 16. 
Charnell, Maud. 226. 
Charron, 99. 
Chatterton, 18, 45. 
Chattel-ton, Ellen. 19 ; George. 
24:; ; .Ian.'. 243 ; John, 19 ; 
Margaret, 19 ; William, Bp. 
of Chester. 52 ; — , 253. 
Chamorth, 201. 
Chaworth, Sir Thomas, 200, 

201. 
Chedle, 202. 

Chedle, Agues, 55, 150, 199 ; 
Clemence, 150, 199; Edward, 
150, 199 ; Sir Geoffrey, 181 ; 
Maud. 150, 199 ; Robert. 150, 
199 ; Roger, 55, 150, 199. 
Cheney, 6:;. 

Cheney. Sir Allen, 92 ; Sir 
Francis, 42 ; Joan, 92 ; Sir 
John, 63, 135 ; Maud, 63, 
135 ; Walburgh, 42. 
Cheshire. Anne. 80 ; Roger, 80. 
Chi xt, r, Barons of, Frontis- 
piece. 
Chester. Constables of, 5, 6. 
Chester, County of, Frontis- 
piece. 
Chester. Earls of, 1. 4, 160. 
Chester. Earls op, 4. 
Chester, Hugh, Earl of, 1-4. 95, 
H)7. 159, 160. 220. 224, 233, 
237, 267 ; Jehu. Earl of, 1, 
3 ; Randolph. Earl of, 1-4, 
160.212, 223, 267; Richard, 
Earl of, 1. 2. 6. 
Chester Herald, 3, 149. 
Cheswons. Jehu, 8. 
Chetham, John, 53 ; Katherine, 

.V!. 
Chetiltcn, 47, 49. 93, 95, 184. 
Chetilton, Annabel. 47. 48.50, 

90. 93; Henry, 47. 48, 90 ; 

Hugh. 47. 89. 97 ; Joan, 48, 

49; Katherine. 5o ; Margery, 

97 ; Matthew. 17-19, 90, 93; 

Robert, 47 ; Sir William, 48, 

49 ; William, 47, 48, 50, 89, 

97. 
Chetton, Henry. 178 ; Mary, 

178. 
Chetwin. Alice, 98 ; Robert, 98. 
Chisnall, Eleanor, 130. 
Chitmood, 62. 
Chitwood, 62 ; Agnes. 60, 62 ; 

Anne, 62 ; Beatrice, 62 ; 

Eleanor, 109 ; Elizabeth, 62 ; 

Ellen, 62 ; James, 62, 129 ; 

John. 62 ; Katherine. 62, 129 ; 

Margery. 62 ; Ralph, 62 ; 

Richard, 60, 62 ; Robert, 109 ; 

Roger, 62 ; Thomas, 62. 
Chollerton, .Margaret, 155 ; 

Richard, 155. 
Cholmondclciic/h, 63, 220. 



CnOLMONDELElGH, or Choline, 
ley, 63 ; Agnes, 50, 64, 162 
Amy, 64 ; Anne, 167 ; Ed 
ward, 63 ; Eleanor, 64, SS 
Elizabeth, 44, 63, 64 ; Ellen 
63, 64, 109 ; Felice, 162 
Frances, 63, 64, 249 ; George 
64 ; Henry, 63 ; Sir Hugh 
7, 64, 109, 125, 216, 249 
Hugh, 48, 50, 63, 162 ; Hum 
phrey, 63 ; Joan, 63, 208 
John, 47. 48, 63, 90 ; Kathe 
rine, 63, 64 : Kenrick, 63 
Lettiee, 4S ; Margaret, 63 
Mary, 64, 125 ; Maud, 63 
135, 184 ; Meverell, 162 
Randall, 64 ; Sir Richard 
63 ; Richard, 44, 63, 64, 88. 
109, 167, 184, 208 ; Robert 
48, 63, 208 ; Sir Roger, 63 
Roger, 48, 63 ; Thomas, 63 
Ursula, 64, 216 ; William, 
48, 63, 135 ; — , 220. 

Chorley, Maud, 63. 

Church, Edward, 245 ; Mary, 
245 ; Richard, 8. 

Clare, Maud de. 6 ; Richard de, 
Earl of Chester, 6. 

Clark. Alice, 40 ; Jane, 213 ; 
John. 213 ; Richard, 40. 

Clavering, Elizabeth, 91 ; Eva, 
91 ; John, Baron, 6, 91 ; Sir 
John, 91 ; Robert, Lord, 6, 
91. 

Claxton, Katherine, 15, 154 ; 
William, 15, 154. 

Clayton, 64, 65. 

Clayton, 64 ; Adam, 64, 65 
Anne, 114 ; Elizabeth, 65 
Ellen, 62, 65 ; Gerard, 64 
Isabel, 65, 190 ; James, 64 

65 ; Jane, 123, 208 ; Joan 
208 ; John, 64, 65, 114 
Julian, 65 ; Margaret, 227 
Maud, 65, 208 ; Peter, 65 
Philip. 208 ; Ralph, 64 ; Ran. 
dall, 65 ; Thomas, 65. 227 
Warren, 64 ; William, 65, 
123 ; — , 238. 

Cliff, 66. 

Cliff, or Clive, 66 ; Agnes, 66 ; 
Alice, 59, 66, 126, 135; 
Dorothy, 66 ; Sir George, 7, 
59, 66 ; Henry, 66 ; Hester, 

66 ; Hugh, 66 ; James, 54, 
66 ; Jane, 66 ; John, 29, 34 ; 
Judith, 66 ; Katherine, 29, 
54, 66, 218 ; Margaret, 66 ; 
Rachel, 66 ; Ralph, 66 ; Re- 
becca, 66 ; Richard, 59, 66, 
126, 135, 218 ; Sarah, 66 ; 
Stephen, 66 ; Thomas, 66 ; 
— , 105. 

Clifford, Frances, 255 ; Henry, 
255 ; Joan, 182 ; John, Lord, 
140 ; Maud, 140 ; Roger, 
Lord, 182. 

CKfton, 47,49. 

Clifton, Isabel, 29, 124 ; Joan, 
is. 49 ; Thomas, 124 ; Wil- 
liam, 48, 49. 



INDEX. 



279 



Clopton, John, 1G ; Mary, 1G ; 
Sir William, 16. 

Cluid, — . 137. 

Clune, Ann, 240; Thomas. Lord 
of. 240. 

Glutton, 67. 

Clutton, 67 ; Alice, 67 S le, 
i',7 : David. 117; Dorothy. 67; 
Elizabeth, G7 ; Hugh, 67 ; 
Humphrey, 67 ; Jane, 67 ; 
Joan, 67 ; Katherine, 67 ; 
Margaret, G7 ; Maud. 67 ; 
Owen, 67 ; Ralph, 67 ; Rich- 
ard. 67 ; Roger, 67 ; Thomas, 
8, 67. 

Cobham, George, Lord, 56. 

Cool r, 67. 

Cocker. 67 ; Anne, 68. 130, 
253 ; Blanch. 68 ; Christo- 
pher. 68 ; Elizabeth, 68 ; 
George, 68. 253 ; Hugh, 67, 
68 ; John, 68 ; Mary, 67, 68 ; 
Richard, 67, 68 ; Thomas, 68 ; 
William, 68. 

Cockett, Margaret, 101. 

Cocksey, Maud. 225. 

Coddington, Hunoth, 161 ; 
Mabel, 161 ; Robert, 161. 

Colborne, Anne, 123 ; Mary, 

83, 84, 111 ; Sir William, 83, 

84, 111. 

Colclough, Sir Anthony, 209 ; 
Frances, 209. 

Colfe. Aimon. 37 ; Katherine, 
37 ; Thomas, 37. 

Colley, Anne, 62 ; Elizabeth, 
136; Richard, 200; Roger, 
62. 

Colsell. Cicely, 243. 

Colt, — , 2:.. " 

Colvile, Marcrery. 242 ; William, 
160, 242. 

Colwen, Jane, 225 ; Nicholas, 
225. 

Colwich. Edmund, 138; Eliza- 
beth. 138. 

Combray, Alured, Lord of 
Whitley, 223. 

Compton. Walburgh, 42 ; Sir 
William. 42. 

Conan, Earl of Britain and 
Richmoud, 4. 

Constable, Sir John, 63 ; Kathe- 
rine, 63. 

Consul, Alice, 4 ; Robert, Earl 
of Gloucester, I. 

Conyers, Margaret, 63 ; — , 
Lord, 63. 

Cooke, Edward. Attorney-Gene- 
ral, 115; Dorothy. 133 ; 
Elizabeth, 115 ; Katherine, 
255 ; Margery, 146 ; Robert, 
Chester Herald, 149; Robert, 
Clarenceux, 133, 255; Ro- 
bert, 133. 

Cooper, Anne, 26S ; Isabel, 42 ; 
John. 268 ; Margaret, 81 ; 
Ralph, 81 ; William. 12. 

Cope, Alice, 142; Richard, 142. 

Copinger, Elizabeth, 135. 

Copleston, Thomasiue, 21. 



Coppock, Jane, 173 ; Randall, 

173. 
Corbett, II. 15. 

Corbett, Alice, 41 ; Sir Andrew, 
166 ; \iimo. in. :i I. 13:;. 255; 
Elizabeth, 236; Fram 
Francis Maria. 8 : John, 41 ; 
Margaret, 255 ; Margery, 128; 
sir Richard, 66 ; Richard, 1 1, 
l;i ; Robert, 94, 128, 133,236, 
265 ; Sir Thomas, 58. 
Cornwall, Dukedom of, 1. 
Cornwall, Edward, Duke of, 

162 ; Elizabeth, 271. 
Corona, l 17. l 18, 150, 151. 
Corona, Anabel, 150; Hugh, 
41. 150; Lucy, 150 ; Thomas, 
150. 
Cotes, — . 97. 
Cotgn ve, 58, 68, 69. SO. 
COTGREVE. 68 ; Alice. 69. 161 ; 
Eleanor, 24, 68, 69, 204 ; Eliz- 
abeth, 6!i. so; Emma, 60, 
so; James, 69; Jane, 68, 69 ; 
John, 24, 68, 69,204; Kathe- 
rine, SO; Margaret, 68, 69 ; 
Margery, 69; Maud, 69; 
Peter, 69 ; Tiers. 69 : Ran- 
dall, 60, 69, SO; Richard. 68; 
Robert, 24, 68, 69 ; Thomas, 
161 ; William, 7, 69, 80, 161 ; 
— , 13, 69. 
Cotterell, Nicholas, 157. 
Cottvnglw/m, 58, 259. 
Cottingham, Christian, 59, 126. 
Ctton. 6S, 69, 107. 227, 254. 
Cotton,G9; Agnes,21; Alice,69; 
Anne. 69 ; Arthur, 69 ; i icely, 
25 I ; Clemence, 165 ; Doro- 
thy, 191 ; Edward, 10, 69; 
Eleanor, 69, 180,229; Eliza- 
beth, 69 ; Emma. 69. 208 ; 
Sir George, 191 ; Sir Hugh, 
254 ; Jane, 69,229; .loan, 69, 
229; John, 10, 69; Kathe- 
rine. 13, 69, 108, 229, 2..H ; 
Margaret, 129 ; Margery, 69, 
228, 255 ; Mary, 69 ; Maud, 
229 ; Perkin. 228 : Sir Rich- 
ard,8 : Richard.229,260 ; Tho- 
mas, 69, 129, 264 ; William, 
69, 208 ; Winifred, 134 ; — , 
252. 
Coult, Alice, 255 ; Henry, 255. 
Courtney, Jane, 158 ; William, 

158. 
Coventry, Alice, 123 ; Sir Rich- 
aid. 143 ; Richard, 11 ; Tho- 
mas, 123. 
( lowper, Anne. 13 ; Isabel. 253 : 
Margaret, si ; Ralph, si ; 
Robert, 13 ; William, 253. 
Coyne, or Coyney, George, 181; 

John, 184 ; Margery, 184. 
Ora&ock, 174. 

Cradock, Sir David, 174 ; Mira- 
bcll, 25 ; Pelezina, 171. 217 ; 
Sir Richard. 174, 217 ; 
Roger, 174. 
Crane, Bridget, 239 ; Margery, 
58 ; Robert, 239 ; Thomas, 58. 



Creston, — , 77. 

Creswell, Jane. 66 ; John, 66. 

fiYin. lo, 62, 70. 102, I II. 236, 

215. 
i IREWE, 70; Alice, lo. so ; Anne, 
70; Cicely, 23:; ; David. 10, 
62. Ml. 215 ; Ivhvard. 70 ; 
Isabel. 1 II. 229 ; Jane, 236 ; 
Jenken, 23 ; John, 7. 8, 69, 
70 ; Katherine, so ; M argaret, 
70; Margery, 62 ; Nicholas, 
70; Patrick, 40 ; Peter, 70; 
Piers, 70; Randall, 236 ; 
Richard, 70 ; Susan, 215 ; 
Thomas, 70, 80 ; William, 
70; — , Lord, 233; — , 
109. 
Criour, Thomas, 87. 
Crispin, 111. 

Crispin, SirGilbert, 110; Mar- 
garet, 110. 
Crockett, — , 51. 
Croft, 152. 

( Irofl . Jame i, 153 ; Lettice, 
228 ; Mabel, 153 ; Robert, 
228. 
Cromptou, Julian, 172. 
Cromwell. Jane. 128; Thomas, 

Earl of Essex. 128. 
Crosby, Hugh, 11 ; Thomas, 11. 
Croser, Anne, 56 ; William, 56. 
CrosUy. 219. 

Crosse, Katherine, 263 ; Wil- 
liam. 263. 
Croxton, 70. 

C'ROXTON, 70 ; Alice, 52, 70, 
lso ; Cicely, 70 ; Jane, 70 ; 
John, 70 ; Katherine, 70, 
141 ; Margaret, 70 ; Ralph, 
70, 141 ; Richard, 70 ; Susan. 
70 ; Thomas, 70 ; Warren, 
70, 166 ; William, 10, 52, 70, 
180. 
Cruse, Jane, 56 ; Thomas, 56. 
Oulcheth,99, 124. 
Culcheth, John, 193 ; Maud, 

193. 
Cumberland, Henry, Earl of 

63. 
Cuny. Jane, 86 ; Thomas, 86. 
Curbisley, Thomas, 9. 

D 

D'Abigny, Cicely, 182 ; Hugh, 
Earl of Arundel, 5. 182 ; Isa- 
bel, 5 ; Mabel, 3, 5 ; William, 
Earl of Arundel, 3, 5. 

Dabridgecourt, Sir John, 224 ; 
Maud, 224. 

Dacres, Anne, 104 ; Elizabeth, 
91 ; Henry, 104 ; .loan, 91 ; 
Margaret, 91 ; Mary. 202, 

231. 232, 231. 235 : I homas, 
Lord, 91 ; — , Lord, 202, 231, 

232. 2:; I. 335. 

Dale, Elizabeth, 39 ; Robert, 

39. 
Dalton, Elizabeth, 79 ; George, 

79 ; Mary, 79. 



280 



THE VISITATIONS OF CHESHIRE. 



Damory, Agnes, 202, 231, 233 ; 
Sir Richard, Justice of Ches- 
ter, 202, 231, 233. 

Dancastle, — , 256. 

Dande, Margery,255 ; Rowland, 
255. 

Dane, Margaret. 218. 

Daniell, 71,252. 

Daniell. 71 ; Alice, 36, 71, 
72 ; Anne, 71 ; Blanch, 71, 
239 ; Bridget, 72 : Ellen, 
121,176 ; Geoffrey. 72 ; Jane. 
71 ; Sir John, 107; John. 11, 
71, 72 ; Julian, 71 : Kathe- 
rine. 179 ; Margaret, 71. 72, 
125, 249 ; Margery, 72 : Par- 
nell.39,72 ; Peter, 36, 39, 71 ; 
Piers. 71 ; Richard, 71, 72, 
115; Thomas, 71, 72, 125, 
176, 179, 191. 199, 239. 249 ; 
William. 71,160 ; —,69,252. 

Danyers, 202. 

Danyers, Alice, 199 ; Isabel, 
199 ; Sir John, 238; John, 
199, l'l'1 : Margaret, 152. 
199. 20n. 203 ; Maud, 221 ; 
Nicola, 238; Sir Thomas, 
Lord of Bradley and Clifton, 

152. 199, 200,203; Thomas, 
199 : William, 199 ; — , 150. 

Dnrhy, 217. 

Darby. Joan. 217; Roger. 166. 

217. 
Darcy, Lord, 135. 
Darden, Richard. 12. 
Daresbury, 71. 
Darnall. Margaret, 31. 
Darnam, or Darman, Amy, 64 ; 

Gei'i'L'c. 6 1. 
Davenport, 72, 73-77, 259. 
Davenport, or Damport, 72- 

77 ; Alexander, 74 ; Alice, 

72-74 ; Anne, 44. 72. 73. 75, 

153, 207. 259 ; Anthony, 76 ; 
Arthur. 72. 75, 76 ; Blanch, 

74. 76. 239 ; Bridget, 72, 73. 
7 7 : Christopher. 9, 76, 103 ; 
Cicely, 76, 259 ; Dorothy, 75, 

76, 132, 243, 259. 262 ;' Ed- 
mund. 76 ; Edward, 73 ; Elea- 
nor, 37, 59, 72, 73, 76. 259; 
Elizabeth, 72, 74-76, 87, 259 ; 
Ellen, 63. 72, 75-77, 86 ; Fran- 
cis. 72 ; George, 72 ; Grace, 
74 ; Henry, 72, 76 ; Hugh. 8, 
10, 59, 72, 74-76, 166, 167. 243, 
259 ; Humphrey. 74 : Isabel, 

75. 212 ; jane, 18, 72-74,. 76, 
99. 103, 145 ; Joan, 76, 131, 
247 : John. 10. 18. 37. 42, 59, 
63, 72-76. 87. 99. 103, 1 13, 
166, 178, L83 185, 207. 242, 
259, 262 ; Katherinc.72,74. 75- 

77. 157, 16,6. ISO, 259; Lionel, 
74 ; Margaret. 36. 72-74, 76, 
151, 166-168, 221 ; Margery, 
72, 74 ; Mary. 37, 75, 103 ; 
Maud, 42, 72, 77 ; Nicholas, 
76 ; I'arncll, 178, 185 ; Sir 
Ralph, 72 ; Ralph, 72, 75, 
143, 145, 146, 157, ISO, 221, 



247. 259 ; Randall, 9, 37, 72, 
75, 76 ; Richard, 9, 72. 74-77 ; 
Robert, 73, 76 ; Roger, 72, 
181 ; Rose, 143, 146 ; Tho- 
mas, 18, 72,74-76, 144,216; 
Urian, 73 ; Sir William, 44, 
74 ; William, 9, 10, 36, 72, 
74-76, 86, 131, 132, 151, 
168, 239 ; — , 23, 127, 142, 
221. 
Davis, Dorothy, 195 ; John, 
195; Katherine,", 133; Rich- 
ard, 133. 
Davys, Agnes, 263 ; John, 263. 
Damson, 137. 

Dawson, John, 8 ; — , 137. 

Deane. Thomas, 8. 

Dee, 30. 

Dee, Elizabeth. 31 ; Margaret, 
30 ; Roger, 31. 

Delamere, Florence, 189 ; Sir 
John, 189. 

Delbird. See Bird. 

Delheath, Jane, 31 ; John, 31. 

Delves, 77. 

DELVES, 77 ; Amy, 78; Anne, 
23. 78 ; Brereton, 78 ; Cicely, 
51. 78 ; Drury, 78 ; Eleanor, 
78, 196; Elizabeth, 78 ; Ellen, 
78 : Frances, 78, 216 ; Sir 
George, 78 ; Sir Henry, 51, 
78, 196 ; Henry, 8, 50, 77, 78, 
216; Honor. 78 ; Sir Hugh, 
7S ; Hugh, 78 ; Joan, 4:8 ; Sir 
John, 77~,78. 1 65 : John, 23, 77, 
78,83: Katherine, 50; Mar- 
garet. 78 ; Mary. 78. 165, 219 : 
Ralph, 8, 77. 78; Richard, 
48, 77; Thomas, 78, 249 ; 
William, 78. 

Dent, Margaret, 16. 

Derby, Ferdinando, Earl of, 96 ; 
Thomas. Earl of. 44. 195. 203. 
213 ; William. Earl of. 3, 5 ; 
— , Earl of, 14, 50, 150. 

Dereham, Agnes, 241 ; — , Lord, 
241. 

Despenser, Geoffrey le, 160. 

Dethicke, Sir Gilbert, Garter, 
244. 

Hi r, reuse, 199. 

Devereux, Sir John. 169. 

Dias, Alice, 243 ; Oliver, 243. 

Dickenson, William. 10. 

Dicby. Dorothy. 178 : Eliza- 
beth, 167 ; Sir John, 178; 
Kenelm, 167. 

Dimock, Elizabeth, 48 ; Mar- 
garet. 257 ; Philip, 257. 

Dm-hnfvhl. 81. 

Dockenfeld, 81 ; Alice, 253 ; 
Dorothy, 81 ; Edward, 81 ; 
Ellen, 81, 82; Francis, 81 ; 
Isabel, 81, 166 ; Jane, 18,81, 
82 ; John, 81, 82 ; Katherine. 
81 ; Margaret, 82 : Mary, 18 ; 
Nicholas, 81 ; Ralph, 81, 82; 
Robert, 81. 82 ; Thomas, 81 ; 
Tristram, 81 ; William, 9, 18, 
81, 82. 

Dockensall, Elizabeth, 234. 



Dodd, 78-80. 

Dodd, 78-80 ; Alice, 79, 80 ; 
Amy, 81; Anne, 13, 79-81, 
86, 99, 176 ; Bartholomew, 
79 ; David, 58, 79. 80 ; Doro- 
thy, 58, 81 ; Edmund, 79 ; 
Eleanor, 81 ; Elizabeth, 57, 
79-81, 123 ; Emma, 79 ; Fran- 
ces, 80 ; Francis, 79 ; George, 
79, 81 ; Henry, 81 ; Higgin, 
79 ; Hova, 78 ; Hugh, 7 ; 
Isabel, 133 ; Jane, 79, 81 ; 
Joan, 58, 187 ; John, 13, 79- 
S1.129; Katherine, 79, 80; 
Kenrick, 78 : Margaret, 25, 
79-81 ; Margery, 80, 129 ; 
Martha, 79 ; Mary, 55, 79 ; 
Maud, 67 ; Nathaniel, 79 ; 
Nicola, 80 ; Owen, 67, 80 ; 
Peter, 7, 81 ; Philip, 79 ; 
Randall, 7, 79-81. 99, 105, 
176, 187 ; Richard, 81 ; Ro- 
bert, 57. 58 ; Roger, 7, 79, 80, 
86 ; Rowland, 79 ; Stephen, 
78 ; Susan. 79 ; Thomas. 7, 8, 
25. 55, 79-S1 ; Urian, 7, 79 ; 
William, 79, 80, 123. 

Dodge, Dorothy, 253 ; Eliza- 
beth, 253 ; Margery, 253 ; 
Oliver, 253. 

Doe, Thomas, 11. 

DomviUj 82. 

Dosivile, 82 ; Agnes, 82, 145 ; 
Alice, 82, 178 ; Elizabeth, 82, 
179; George, 82; Gilbert, 
82 ; Isabel, 82 ; James, 82, 
179; John, 11, 82, 178,223; 
Margaret, 61, 82; Margery, 
223 ; Peter, 82 ; Piers, 61 ; 
Robert, 41, 82, 145 ; Roger, 
111! ; William, 82; —,99. 

Done, 85, 95. 

Done, 83-85 ; Allison, 85 ; 
Amv, S6 ; Anne. 34, 41, 42, 
53, 80, 84-86 ; Bridget, 86 ; 
Cicely, 76 ; Dorothy, 86, 249 ; 
Elizabeth, 53, 85, 86, 96, 218 ; 
Ellen, 19,84-86.249 ; Henry, 
S3. 84 ; Hugh, 85, 86, 96 ; 
James, 85, 86 ; Jane, 20, 83- 
86, 156 ; Joan, 86 ; Sir John, 
20, 42, 53, 59, 85, 86, 218; 
John, 19, 25, 40, 76. 84-86, 249 ; 
Katherine, 86,146. 155 ; Mar- 
garet, 41, 59 ; Mary, 84, S6 ; 
Maud. 25 ; Philip, 86 ; Ralph, 
10, 85, 86, 155,249 ; Richard, 
so. S3-86, 146,156; Robert, 
40. 42, 85 ; Thomas, 86 ; — , 
106. 

Donington, or Dorrington, 
Anthony, 62 ; Beatrice, 62 ; 
Thomas, 224 ; William, Con- 
stable of, 160. 

Doughty, Margaret, 101. 

Dowmbell, James, 7. 

Dowries, 86, 139. 

DoWNES, 86 ; Anne, 86 ; Eliz- 
abeth, 216 ; Ellen, 243 ; 
Humphrey, 86 ; Isabel, 86 ; 
Jane, 86 ; John, 86 ; Joyce, 



INDEX. 



28] 



86, 139 ; Lawrence, 86 ; 
Lucy. 87 ; Margaret, 21, 256 ; 
Margery, 86 ; Peter, 86 ; 
Reginald, or Reignohl. 9, 86, 

87, Ml ; Rid aid, Si! ; Ro- 
bert, so. ill ; Roger, 9, 21, 
139, 216, 243, 266; — , 197, 
208. 

Downing, Jane, 7 I. 

Draicott, Alice. 250 ; Isabel, 
208 ; Philip, 208, 266. 

Drascott, Sir John. 200. 

Drinckwater, William, 12. 

Duncalfe, 87, 

Duncalfe, 87 ; Elizabeth, 87 ; 
Ellen, 19; George, 87; 
Henry, 87; Isabel. 103; 
James, 87 ; Jane. 87 ; John. 
87 ; Lucv. 87 ; Nicholas, 87 ; 
Ralph, 87 : Renold, ^7 ; Tho- 
mas. 9, 19, 87, 103 ; Urian, 
87; William. 87. 103. 

Dunstable. Felicia, 139; Tho- 
mas, 139. 

Dutton, 121. 

Dutton, 15, 63, 87, 203, 237. 

Duttoa alias Uurburton, 
239. 

Dutton, S7 ; Adam, 88, 237 ; 
Agnes, 88, 112, 138, 237 : 
Alice. 28, 71, 88,89,114,136, 
196, 219, 237.260.270 ; Amy, 
89 ; Anne, 85, 88, 89, 125, 
172. 260; Beatrice, 238 ; 
Bridget, 89; Edmund, 88; 
Edward. 89; Eleanor, 43, 60, 
64, 88,89, 152; Elizabeth. 36. 
59,85.88.89.97. 107. 154, 168, 
259, 260. 270 ; Ellen, 82-84, 88, 
111. 260; Foulk, 46, 71, 133, 
154 ; Francis, 89 ; Sir Geof- 
frey. 87, 112, 237 ; Geoffrey. 
1 ,i iid of Chedle. 238 ; Geof- 
frey,41,8S, l::s, 238; George. 
173 ; Sir Ilutih.ss. 202. 237 ; 
Hugh, 36, 87-89, 110, 125, 238, 
260; Isabel. 81, 88. I;;i ; 
Jane. 3fi, 81, 89. 173 ; Janet, 
88 Joan, 89, 270 ; John, 11, 
60, 82, 88, 89, 97, 118, 136, 
168, 265, 27n : Jonet, 88 ; 
Julian, 260 ; Katherine, 46, 
89. 108, 200 ; Lawrence, 81, 
88 ; Margaret, 16, 88, 89, 97, 
133, 260, 270 ; Margery, 260 ; 
Mary, 89, 260; Maud, 69 : 
Parnell, 88, 228 ; Sir Piers, 
or Peter. 86, ^7-89, 108, 152. 
172, 228,260; sir Piers, Lord 
Warbnrton, 238 ; Piers, or 
Peter. 43. 60, 69, 83. 84, B7- 
89, 107. 114, 173. 238, 259, 
265 ; Ralph, 7. 88, 89, 219 ; 
Richard, 88, 89 ; Robert. 89 ; 
Rowland. 89 ; Sir Thomas. 
16. 28, 6-1, 85, 88, 111, 201 ; 
Thomas, 83, 84, 89, 196, 238 ; 
William. 87. 89 ; — , Lady 
of, 88 ; — , in:,. 
Dyvas, Griffith. 53 ; Margaret, 
"53. 



E 

Eaton, or Eton, 107, 138, 216, 

239, 241, 260. 
Eaton, Eton, or Elton, 

liU : Anno. 84, 85 ; Cicely, 
240-242; Dorothy, 117: Eliza- 
beth, 52, 59, 262 ; Emma, 
117 ; Label. 242; Jane,242; 
Joan. 63 ; John. 10, 11, 59, 
117. 212 ; Kinch, 52 ; Lewis. 
27: Margaret, 242 ; Margery, 
27, 242 ; Sir Nicholas. Baron 
of Stockport, 241 ; Sir Nicho- 
las, 242 ; Nicholas, 242 ; 
Richard, 84, 85 ; Robert, 240, 
212 : Thomas. 63 ; — , 108. 

I ion, Henry, 108 ; Mar- 

gery. 108. 

Edge, 78, 79. 

Edward the Confessor. 1. 

Edward, Prince of Wales, Duke 
of Cornwall, and Earl of 
Chester, 1, 3, 162. 

Edwards, Jane, 141 ; John, 118, 
141 ; Katherine. 141. 

Egerton, 41, 45. 89-92, 94, 95. 

Egerton, S9-95 ; Agnes, 98 ; 
Alice, 48, 94, 96-98, 108 ; 
Anne, 91. 97, 98, 100, 219 ; 
Arabella, 97 ; Barbara, 96 ; 
Charles, 94, 97 ; Cicely, 83, 
95, 97, 111; David, S3. 93, 
95-97, 111, 159, 162, 228 ; 
Dorothy, 98, 108, 236 ; Ed- 
ward, 98 ; Eleanor, 43, 96, 
97. 141 ; Elizabeth, 13, 86, 

93, 94, 96, 97, 180. 195, 240; 
Ellen. 47. 90, 93, 94, 96-98, 
162, 249; Emilia, 96 ; Eus- 
tacia. 97 ; Frances, 94, 96-98 : 
George. 98 ; Hugh, 97 ; Isa- 
bel, 91. 96-98, 228 ; James, 
97 ; Jane, 96-98. 234, 235 ; 
Joan. 95 : Sir John. 96, 97. 
161 ; John. 10, 13, 85, 93, 94, 
96-98, 180, 216 : Katherine, 
94,97,98; Magdalen, 97; Mar- 
garet, 16,94,96-98,215. 218 ; 
Margery, 94. 96, 97 ; Mary. 

94, 96-98, 108, 152, 204 ; 
Maud,96, Ifil ; Penelope,97 : 
Sir Philip, 96; Philip, 43, 94- 
97, 161, 102. 218, 228, 249 ; 
Piers. 91 ; Sir Ralph. 7. 8. 
89, 96. 98, 100. 108 ; Ralph, 
10 17. 90, 93, 94. 96-98, His. 
141. 240 : Randall, 94, 98; 
Sir Richard, 90, 108, [52 : 
Richard. 94, 96-98 ; Robert, 
'.is ; Roger, 97 : Susan, 94 : 
Sir Thomas. L id Keeper. 90. 
195 ; Sir Thomas. 96 . I 
mas. 48, 94, 97, 234, 236 : 
Urian. 93, 96, 97, 162 : Vere, 
97 ; William. 47, 89, 90, 92- 
94, 96-98, 230 ; — , 41, 45. 

Ehoek, Francis, 9 ; John, 10 ; 

William, 10. 
Elintt, Lady, 149. 
Elkes, — , 271. 



Elton, 102. 

Elton, & , Eaton. 

Emedon, .loan, 209 ; Thomas, 

269. 
English, 139. 140.215. 
English.—. 1 in. 
Erdt swich, Is.'.. 
Erdeswick. Ellen, 228 ; 

154 ; Isabel, 161 ; Mary. 154; 

Sampson, 230 ; Thomas. 228, 

231. 
Ereby, John, 234; Maud. 234. 
Essex, Thomas. Earl of, 128; 

— , Countess of. 153. 
Eveline, George, 113 ; Mary, 

113. 
Eyre, Richard, 11 ; William, 7. 



Fairthwait. Anne, 10 1 ; Eliza- 
beth, 104 ; Geoffrey, 104 ; 
Martin, 101 ; Robert, 104. 

Falingorome, 98. 

Fallowes, Elizabeth. 253 : John. 
9 ; Randall, 9 ; Roger. 253. 

Farrar, Mary, 255 ; Nicholas, 
255: William, 11. 

Farrington. Alice, 130 ; Eliza- 
beth', 05 : Ellen, 65 ; Emma. 
165 ; Isabel. 65 ; Jane, 65 ; 
Margaret, 233 ; Peter, 130 ; 
Sir Thomas, 233 ; William, 
65. 

Fastolf, Bridget. 51. 

Fawne, Katherine, 58. 

Fellows. William, Lancaster 
Herald, 259. 

Felton, Eleanor, 91 ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 91. 

Ferneley, Margery, 263. 

Ferrers, Agnes. :;. 5 ; Clemence, 

4 ; William, Earl of Derby, 

5 ; William, 3, 5. 
Fesant, 107. 

Fesant, Sir William, 108. 

Fettiplace, L'.esilK 32 ; Ida, 32. 

Filkin, 99. 

Filkin. 99 ; Anne. 99 ; D 
thy, 99 ; Elizabeth, 99, 170 ; 
Jane, 76. 99; John. 99, 176; 
Katherine. 99 : Philip, 99 : 
Piers, 7. 76, 99 : Richard, 99. 

Firriell, Elizabeth, 226; Tho- 
mas, 220. 

Fisher, — , 179. 

Fithion, Hugh, 10; Margaret, 
117. 

Fitton. 35, 99, 185. 

FITTON, 99 : Ali.c 100, 124 : 
Anne. 98, 100, 240 ; Anthony, 
Inn : Bartholomew, 8 ; Sir 
Edward, Treasurer of I" land, 
100; Sir Edward. 9, 16, 9 . 
100, 121, 178, 192, 221, 240, 
266 : Edward, 9, 100 : Elea- 
nor, 100; Elizabeth, 75. 83, 
84, 111, 119; Ellen, 22, 46, 
LOO, 185: Francis, 100; 
George, 100; Grace, 192; 
2 o 



282 



THE VISITATIONS OF CHESHIRE. 



Hamon, 35, 83, 111, 228 ; 
Henry, S4 ; Hugh, 185 ; Isa- 
bel, 100, 189 : Jane, 36, 61, 
100, 137, 228 ; Sir John, 61. 
100; John, 36, 75, 18:!. 240 ; 
Katherine, 100, 178 ; Sir 
Lawrence, 100, 178,189.266; 
Margaret, 100, 174, 180, 185, 
217, 221, 240, 242 ; Mary, 100, 
221 ; Maud, 266 ; Nicholas, 
174, 185, 217 ; Peter, 36 ; 
Sir Eichard, 242 ; Richard, 
160, 185, 200, 240 ; Robert, 
137 ; Susan, 192 ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 100; Thomas, 9, 100, 
180, 185, 189. 266 ; William, 
221 ; — , 73, 197. 
Fttzalcm, 216. 

Fitzalan, Ellen, 216 ; Isabel, 5 ; 
John, 5 : Richard, Earl of 
Arundel, 216. 
Fitz Alnred, Agnes, 237 ; Roger, 

88, 237. 
Fitz Eustace, Agnes, 6 ; Al- 
breda, 5, 6 ; Geoffrey, 5 ; 
Henry, 6 ; John, Constable 
of Chester, 6 ; Mary, 6; Rich- 
ard, 5, 6 ; Robert, 6 ; Wil- 
liam, Earl of Albemarle. 6. 
Fitz Henry, Henry, 189 ; Joan, 

189 ; Robert, 189, 214. 
Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony, 229 ; 

Maud, 229. 
Fitzhugh, Joan, 244. 
Fitz John, Agnes, 5 ; Beatrice, 
5 ; Eustace, Baron of Halton 
and Constable of Chester, 5 ; 
William. Lord Vessy. 5. 
Fitz Nigel, Agnes, 5 ; Maud, 5 ; 
William. Baron of Halton, 5, 
110. 
Fitz Roger, John. Baron Claver- 
ing, 6 ; Robert, Lord Claver- 
ing, 6. 
Fletcher, Agnes, 270 ; Jane, 
270 ; Maud, 192 ; Robert, 
192 ; Sarah, 270 ; Thomas, 
270; William, 270. 
Florence, — , 46. 
Flower, William, Norroy, 149, 

244. 
Fulcilr, 101. 

Folvile, or Fovil, 101 ; Alice, 
101 ; Anne. 101 ; Audrey, 
101 ; Cicely, 101 ; Edward. 
101 ; Eleanor, 101 ; Eliza- 
beth, 101 ; Ellen, 101 ; Em- 
ma, 101 ; Francis, 101 ; Isa- 
bel, 101 ; James, 101 ; Joan, 
101 ; John, 101 ; Katherine, 
101 ; Margaret, 101; .Maud- 
lin, 101 ; Parnell, 101 ; Peter, 
101 ; Ralph, 101 ; Rebecca, 
101 ; Robert, 101 ; Thomas, 
101 ; William, 101. 
For ester ship, The, 85. 
Fortescue, Sir Adrian, 49 ; Eliz- 
abeth, 49. 
Fortrell, Edward, 9. 
Foster, Margery, 270 ; — , 
248. 



Fouhhurst, 102. 

Foulshurst,102 ; Agnes, 102, 
209 ; Anne, 141,183; Cicely, 
102, 197, 236 ; Eleanor, SS ; 
Elizabeth,51, 134, 243 ; Fran- 
cis, 8 ; Isabel, 96 ; Jane. 102, 
183, 235; Joan, 231, 233, 234; 
John, 141,243; Richard. 96, 
202 ; Sir Robert, 88, 102, 235, 
243 ; Robert, 8, 102, 183,231, 
233, 234, 236 ; Sir Thomas, 
102, 134, 197,209; Thomas, 
51. 

Fox, Jane, 176 ; Libias, 176. 

Fray, John, 224. 

Frere, or Free, Joan, 115 ; 
Margery, 32. 

Frevill. Agnes, 191 ; Sir Bald- 
win. '225 ; Elizabeth, 225. 

Frodahom, 102. 

Frodsham, 102 ; Alice, 48 ; 
Coudra, 102 ; Dorothy, 102; 
Edward.26. 102; Eleanor,196 ; 
Elizabeth. 205 ; George, 102; 
Henry, 102 ; Jane, 102 ; John, 
48, 102, 112,234; Katherine, 
102 ; Lawrence, 196 ; Mar- 
garet, 26, 102 ; Maud, 234 ; 
Peter, 188; Robert, 102; 
Thomas, 102 ; William, 11, 
26, 102 : —,51. 

Frogg, Christopher, 180 ; Isabel, 
180. 

Fulham, Isabel, 242 ; Robert, 
242. 

Fulthorpe, Sir William, 200. 

Fulwer, Katherine, 32 ; Rich- 
ard, 32. 

Furnivall, William, 10. 

Fynes, Joan, 91 ; Margaret, 91 ; 
Sir Richard, 91 ; Sir Thomas, 
91. 

G 

Gadesby, Roger, 157. 

Ga unit '.'268. 

Gamul, 268 ; Agnes, 268 ; 
Anne, 269 ; Edith, 269 ; Ed- 
mund, 268, 269 ; Elizabeth, 
268, 269 ; Ellen, 268, 269 ; 
Hugh, 268, 269 ; John. 268, 
269 : Margaret, 269; Philippa, 
269 ; Richard, 269 ; Robert, 
268 ; Stephen. 269 ; Thomas, 
8, 268, 269 ; William. 269. 

Ganby, Isabel, 178 ; John, 
178. 

Gardiner, — , 115. 

Garnet, Cicely, 13 ; John, 118 ; 
Margaret. 118 ; Richard, 
118. 

Gataker, Elizabeth, 27 ; John, 
27. 

Gate, Elizabeth, 248 ; Thomas, 
248. 

Gates, Sir Henry. 94 ; Kathe- 
rine, 94. 

Gaunt, Gilben, 4 ; Havise, 4. 

Gawdy, — , 115. 

Gerard, 103. 



Gerard, 103 ; Anne, 103 ; 
Elizabeth, 87, 242 ; Ellen, 
103 ; Emma, 83, S4 ; Sir Gil- 
bert, Master of the Rolls, 
153 ; Sir Gilbert, 124 ; Henry, 
103 ; Isabel, 103 ; James, 
124 ; Jane, 76, 103, 153 ; Ka- 
therine, 191 ; Margaret, 103, 
124, 153. 213, 215 ; Margery, 
50 ; Mary, 103 ; Maud, 103 ; 
Piers, 103 ; Radcliffe, 124 ; 
Richard, 10, 76, 87, 103 ; Sir 
Thomas, 34, 85, 124, 153, 213, 
242 ; William, 83, 84, 103, 
124 ; — , Attorney-General, 
118. 

Gerbery, Mary, 183. 

Gernons, 1. 

Gernons. Alice. 4 ; Randolph, 
Earl of Chester, 1, 4. 

Gilbert. Jane. 56 ; Sir Otes, 56. 

Gill, Elizabeth, 42. 

Gittens, Edward, 58 ; Ellen, 
58 ; Hugh, 176 ; Joan, 176. 

Glazier, 104. 

Glasier, 104 ; Elizabeth, 104 ; 
James, 104 ; William, Vice- 
Chamberlain of Chester, 104. 

Glegg, 103. 

Glegg, 103; Anne, 123; 
Arthur, 103 ; Edward, 103 ; 
Eleanor, 103 ; Elizabeth, 103; 
Isabel, 103 ; John, 34, 51, 103, 
166; Katherine, 103; Mar- 
garet, 51, 166 ; Margery, 34, 
103. 166 ; Mary, 103 ; Roger, 
123 ; Thomas, 103 ; William, 
11. 103 ; — , 128, 166. 

Ghijrc, 104, 123. 

Gleyve, or Gleave, 104 ; 
Agnes, 104 ; Alice, 104 ; 
Anne, 104, 123 ; Elizabeth, 

104 ; Gilbert, 104, 143 ; Isa- 
bel, 104; John, 11, 104; 
Robert, 104 ; Thomas, 104, 
123 ; William, 104. 

Gloucester, Hugh, Earl of, 20 ; 
Robert, Earl of, 4. 

Goege, Margery, 119. 

Golborne, 105, 227, 249. 

GOLBORNE, 105 ; Alice, 67 ; 
Anne, 183 ; Cicely. 105 ; Sir 
David, 105 ; David, 162 ; 
Edward, 77, 105 ; Elizabeth, 
228; Ellen, 77, 105; Emma, 
239 ; Sir Hugh, 112 ; Idonea, 
159 ; Jane, 112 ; John, 105 ; 
Katherine, 105, 162 ; Rich- 
ard, 105, 112, 162; Thomas, 
67 ; William, 105, 159, 228 ; 
— , 243. 

Golborne alias Goodman. 105. 

Golborne alias Goodman, 

105 ; Anne, 106 ; John, 105, 
106, 162 ; Maud, 106 ; Robert, 
106; Sibell, 162 ; Sir Wil- 
liam, 105. 162; William, 106, 
162. See Goodman. 

Golden, Thomas, 12. 
Golding, Sir Edward, 226 ; 
Margaret, 226. 



INDEX. 



283 



Good, Katherine. 79. 
Goodere, Anne, 210 ; EUcu, 
241 ; Jane, 211 : loan. 211 ; 
John, 211 ; sir Richard, Lord 
of Pointon, 240; Richard, 
211 ; Thomas, Lord of Poin- 
ton, 211 ; William, 211. 
Goodman, Hi."., 106. 
Goodman, 106; Alice, 106; 
Anne, 100; Edward, 106; 
Elizabeth, 176, 269; Henry, 
106 ; Jane, 13, 26 ; John, 
106 ; Katherine, 26 ; Lucy, 
106 ; William, 13, 26, 106, 
264, 269. See Golbome. 
Goodyer, Robert, 8. 
Goseworth. Lucy. 100, 18S. 
Goslard, James, 99 ; Katherine, 

99. 
Gosling, Maud, 32 ; William, 

32. 
Gough, David, 159, 162 ; Hova, 
159, 162 ; Katherine, 95, 159 ; 
Philip, 95, 159, 162. 
Gower, or Grover, Anne, 31 ; 

Richard, 31. 
Gomsell. 216. 
Gowsell, Ellen, 216 ; Joan, 216 ; 

Sir Robert, 216. 
Grafton, David, 262. 
Grantham, Richard, 12. 
Grastie, Randall. 9. 
Graunge, John, 9. 
Gravenor. See Grosvenor. 
Gray, Margaret, 223 ; — , Lord, 

223. 
Greene, 262. 

Greene, Dorothy, 262 ; Ellen, 
171, 262 ; John. 262 ; Ralph, 
171; Richard, 262; Samon, 
139; Thomas, 9. 208, 262 ; 
William, 262. 
Green/may, 52. 
Greeuway, Ellen, 53 ; Thomas, 

53, 201. 
Gregg, Joan, 156; Thomas, 

156. 
Grelle. Albert. Lord. 5 ; Maud, 5. 
Grenhaugh, Anne, 73; Tho- 
mas, 73. 
Gresley, — , 97. 
Grey, Hugh, 86; Joyce, 86. 
Grice, Polinex, 204 ; William, 

204. 
Griffin, 106, 1S6. 
Griffin, 106; Agnes, 114, 
187; Alice, 114; Bartholo- 
mew, 106; Beatrice, 95; 
Edmund, 106, 107, 111, 131; 
Eleanor. 107 : Elizabeth. 106, 
116; Frances, 107; Isabel, 
96 ; Jane, 107 ; Sir John, 
106 ; John. 8, 106. 107, 186 ; 
l.ettiee. 134; Nicholas, 186 ; 
Richard. 107 ; Robert, 186 ; 
Roderick ap, 95 ; Sibell, 107 ; 
William, 107; —,111. 
Griffith. Agues. 98 ; Grace, 215, 
260 ; loan. 188. 223 ; John, 
215 ; Mary, 13, 61, 215 ; 
Rice ap, 188 ; Sir Walter, 98 ; 



Sir William. Chamberlain of 
N. Wales. 13. 61, 215,260; 
William, 223. 

Clriinsdieh, Agnes, 270; Bridget, 
224; Elizabeth. 211 ; Hugh, 
198; .lane. 168; John, 11, 
12, 122, 168, 217; Margaret. 
122, 156, L98 ; Margery. 270; 
Maud, 66 ; Tiers, 65 ; Rich- 
ard, 27(1 ; Thomas, 12. 166, 
224 ; Timothy, 217 : — , 113. 

Grimsford, Eleanor, 118; Ralph, 
118. 

Griswold, Dorothy, 244 ; Rich- 
ard, 241. 

Grome, John, 157 ; William. 
167. 

Grosvenor, 87, 107, 108, 138, 
215.237,239. 

Grosvenor alias Gravenob, 

107 ; Agar, 108 ; Agnes, 107, 
108, 215, 260 ; Alice, 108, 
260 ; Anne, 108, 148, 192, 
260 ; Anthony, 260 ; Doro- 
thy, 108. 219, 260 ; Eleanor, 
108, 260 ; Dame Elizabeth, 
260 ; Elizabeth, 58, 88, 107, 

108 ; Emma, 107, 207 ; Gil- 
bert, 107 ; Grace, 108 ; Henry, 

107, 108 ; James, 22 ; Jane, 

108, 155, 260; John, 8, 108, 
260 ; Katherine, 107, 108, 
195, 229, 251, 260; Mabel, 
260 ; Margaret, 22, 107, 108, 
260 ; Margery, 138 ; Mary, 
96, 108, 152, 260; Maud, 108, 
192, 202, 231, 232 ; Ralph, 
107, 108; Randall, 55 : Rich- 
ard, 96, 107, 108, 152. 195, 
229, 219, 260 ; Sir Robert, 
107, 215, 260 ; Robert, 88, 
107. 108. 138, 144. 148, 207, 
251 ; Sir Thomas, 108, 192; 
Thomas, 7, 108, 260 ; Ursula, 
260 ; — , 128. 

Grover. See Gower. 
GrVjffith up Kadmga/n, 268. 

H 

Hadley, Cadogan, 3S, 57 ; Isa- 
bel, 38, 57 ; Mabel, 38, 57 ; 
Richard, 38, 57 ; William, 
38, 57. 

Hugh. Cicely, 152 ; John, 152. 

Hale, Matthew, 87 ; William, 
123. 

Hall, Elizabeth, 196, 272 ; Ro- 
bert, 272; Thomas, 11. 196; 
—,207. 

Hallam, Elizabeth, 180 ; T., ISO. 

HaUiim, 110. 113-115. 

Hallum, 110; Elizabeth, 111 ; 
Sir Hugh, 110, 111 : Jane. 
Ill ; Joan, 111 ; Sir John, 
111, 112 ; Johu, 111 ; Kathe- 
rine. Ill: Margaret. HI ; 
Rauulph, 110. 

Hallywell, Anne, 56 ; Jane, 56 ; 
Richard, 06. 



Halsall, Katherine. 190 ; Mar- 

gerj , 157 ; Ralph, 157. 
liaise, Sir Hugh, II ; 1'hilippa, 

11. 

H alton, Barons of, 5. 110. 

Ilanoiet. Avne-. -_'7o ; Henry, 
270 ; Sarah. 'J7o ; Thomas, 
270; William, 270. 
Hampden, Anne, 204. 
II > jit vn. 105. 

Hampton, Agnes, 161 ; Ellen, 
105 ; Hova. 161 ; .lane. I til ; 
Marrett, 161 ; William, 105, 
161. 
Banford, 15. 

Hanford, Henry. 151, 152 ; 
lane, 203 ; John, 203 ; Ka- 
therine, 165 ; Margaret, 46 ; 
Nicholas, 9 ; Sarah, 151, 152 ; 
William, 15, 46, 165 ; — , 75. 
Sanhy, 30, 109. 
Hanky, 109 ; Alice, 109 ; 
Anne, 31, 109 ; Eleanor, 109 ; 
Elizabeth, 99, 109 ; Ellen, 
62 ; Hugh, 109 ; Jane, 109, 
271 ; John, 7, 31, 62, 99, 109, 
271 ; Margery, 109 ; Robert, 
109 ; Thomas, 109. 
Hanmer, or Hammer, Eliza- 
beth, 64 ; Jane, 44 ; Sir Johu, 
44 ; John, 61. 
Hansard, — , 20. 
Hanshet, Sir James, 212 ; Ma- 
bel, 212. 
Harbottle, 99. 
Harbottle, Sir Guichard, 100 ; 

Mary, loo. 
Harcourt. Anne. 41 ; Isabel, 
98 ; John, 11,44, 142; Mar- 
garet, 142 ; Richard, 142 ; 
Thomas, 98, 142 ; William, 
142. 
Harding, Katherine, 122 ; Wil- 
liam, 122. 
Hardware, Elizabeth, 53 ; 

Henry, 11, 53. 
ILirington, 139, 140, 215. 
Harixgton, 140 ; Alice, 40 ; 
Anne, 140, 215, 260; Clem- 
ence, 140 ; Eleanor, 140 ; 
Elizabeth, 140. 213 ; Ellen, 
140 ; Isabel, 140 ; Sir James, 
Dean of York. 140; Sir 
James, 140, 215, 260 ; Janet, 
140 ; Sir John, 50, 140 ; John, 
140; Katherine. 50, 140; 
Margaret, 140 ; Maud, 140 ; 
Sir Nicholas, 140; Sir Rich- 
ard, lio ; sir Robert, 140; 
Sir Thomas, 140; Sir Wil- 
liam. 140, 213; — , Lord, 
1 10. 
Harlcston, William, 200. 
Harletta of Falaise, 1. 
Harper. Edward. 11 : Sir John, 
50; Margaret. 60; Margery, 

17S; I! r. 178; Thomas, 12. 

Hartgill, Mary, 131 ; William. 

131. 
Sartkill,B8. 
Harthill, 59 ; Cicely, CO ; 



284 



THE VISITATIONS OF CHESHIRE. 



David, 59; Sir Edwin, HO, 
112; Edwin. 59 ; Richard, 
59 ; Sarah, 59 ; Thomas, 59 ; 
Wilcock, 59. 
Harvy, Jane, 180 ; John, ISO, 
2(13; Margaret, 263 ; Robert, 
203. 
Harwell, 15. 
Harwell. Bridget, 16 ; John, 

16. 
HasebvaU, 246. 

Haselwall, Agues, 247 ; David, 
247 ; John, 41 : Margaret, 
217 : Patrick, 75, 143, 247. 
Saslington, 251. 
Haslington, Cicely, 251 ; — , 

232, 235. 
HassaU, 109. 

HASSALL, 109; Anne. 70, 78, 
Ki9. 177. 259 : Edward, 109 : 
Elizabeth, 109; Ellen. 109 : 
ETamond, 70, 109 : Joan. 48 : 
John, 109; Katherine, 2 (6, 
24S : Mai an ;. 50, L09, 127 : 
TV. 109 : Ralph, 127 ; 
Richard, 109, 177. 259 ; Tho- 
mas. 206 ; William, 48, 50, 
78, 109. 
Hastang, Jane, 201; John, 
226 : Katherine, 201 ; Maud, 
226; Sir Robert. 201. 
Satton, 20. 03. 87, 113. 114. 

117-120. 187,2(13. 
HATTON, 110-120 ; Adam, 110- 
113, 118; Agnes, 8S, 112, 
114 ; Alice, 113-120 ; Amy, 
112, 117; Anne, 113,114. 116, 
118, 156 ; Aviee. 112 ; Bea- 
trice. 111. 112; Blanch. 110: 
Sir Christopher, Lord Chan- 
cellor. 115. 220 ; Christopher, 
111,115; Cicely, 110 ; Dionice, 
115; Dorothy, 115, 110 ; Ed- 
mund, 113: Edward. 115; 
Eleanor, 112, 113, 110, 117, 
120; Elizabeth, 114-120. L22; 
Emma, 117; Frances, 113; 
Francis, 113 ; Sir Geoffrey, 
110. 112; Geoffrcv. 119; 
George, 110. 118 ; "Gladius, 
113 ; Hamon, Chamberlain 
of Chester. 110 ; Henrv. 110. 
113-1 15. 120; Mr Hugh, Ho. 
112 ; Hugh, 112, 113, 118, 
12o ; Humphrey, 110; Isa- 
bel. 110, 117. 118; James, 
116, 118-120; Jane. 112. 115- 
118; Joan, 111. 115.117. I2o ; 
Sir John,202; John. 111-113, 
115-120, 252. 234; Joyce, 
120; Katherine, 114, 118, 
120; Lawrence, 11, 114, 119, 
156; Lucy, 113, 120: Mar- 
garet, 32. 110, 112-1 IS ; 
Margery, 112. 113, 116, 119. 
120; Mary, 113. 110. lis : 
Maud, 112. 116.117,120, 187. 
202, 232. 234 ; Miles, 118; 
Norman, 110 : Peter, 32. 115- 
110. lis; Ralph, llo. iil' : 
alias Vernon, Ralph, 112 ; 



Randall, 113. 114. 116, 117, 
119; Richard, 10, 110, 113- 

120 ; Robert. 110, 112, 113, 
115-117. 119. 120; Roger, 

112, 120. 187; Simon, 112, 

113, 119 ; Thomas, 113, 115- 
120, 122 ; Urian, 116 ; Sir 
William. 115 ; William, 88, 
110, 112, 114-117, 119, 120; 
Winifred, 113; Wolfath, 110. 

Houghton, 121. 

Haughtox. 121 ; Alice, 121 ; 
Anne. 121; Henry, 121; Hugh, 

121 : James. 121 ; John, 121 ; 
Randall, 121 ; Richard, 121 ; 
Thomas, 121. See Houghton. 

Bauteine, 181. 

Hauteiue. Alice de, 181. 

Hawarden, 82. 

Hawarden. Barons of, 181 ; 
Elizabeth, Countess of Salis- 
bury, Ladv of, 181 ; John, 
143; Ralph, 143, 145; Sir 
William, 143 ; William, 181. 

Hamberh, 259. 

Hawkes, or Hawles, Anne, 56 ; 
Richard. 56. 

Hwmlteston, 90-93, 95. 

HAWKESTON, 92 ; Allen, 92 ; 
Annabel. 47. 91. 93 ; Eleanor. 
91,93; Elizabeth. 93; Ellen, 
93, 97; Felice, 93 ; Godfrey. 
92 : Hugh, 92 ; Jane, 92 ; 
Sir John. 47, 90, 91, 93, 97, 
144; Nicholas, 92; Sir Tho- 
mas. 93 ; Thomas, 93. 

Hawkins. Margaret, 101. 

Hawtrey, or Altaripus, Hugh, 

15S. 1!IS. 252. 
liny il i'cl\ 152. 

Haydock, Sir Gilbert. 153 ; 
Jane, 153 ; Maud, 190. 

Hayes, 121. 

Hayes, 121 ; Alice. 121 ; An- 
thony, 121 ; Dorothy, 121 ; 
Eleanor. 121 : Elizabeth, 35, 
121 ; Ellen, 121 ; James. 121 ; 
John, 11, 35, 121 ; Margaret, 
121 ; Margery, 121 : Mary, 
121 ; Peter, 121 ; Richard. 
121 ; Robert, 121 ; Thomas, 
121. 

Hayns, Edmund, 264 ; Mary, 
204. 

Heath, 139. 251. 

Heath. Agnes. 255 : Alice, 58 ; 
Henry. 58 : Hugh, 255 : John, 
7. 07. 255 ; Margery. 255 ; 
Randall, 251 : Thomas, 12, 
255. 

Heaton, Felice, 32 ; John, 32. 

Heddeslegh, Felice, 102. 

Heffely, Robert, 159. 

Hell alias Lacy. See Lacy. 

HeUesby, 20, 35, 03, 87, 111, 
113-115. 2" i3. 

Hellesby. or Helsbv, 111 ; 
Allen. 111. 112 : Avice. Ill ; 
Beatrice. Ill, 112; Jacome, 
144 ; James. 240 ; Joan, 111 ; 
SirJohn, 111; Lucy,35,lll; 



Richard, 111 ; Sir William, 
35, 111, 112. 
Helley, William, 9. 
Hellowin, 4. 

Hely, Alice, 197; Ralph, 197. 
Henbury, Sir John, 233 ; Mabel, 

233. 
//,,,/,, ill, 02. 
Henhull, or Henhall, Margaret, 

62 ; Richard, 62. 
Henington. Elizabeth, 111 ; Sir 

Robert, 111. 
Henley alias Holcroft, Thomas, 

124. 
Henry I., King of England, 4. 
Hensham, 122. 

Henshaw, 122 ; Alice, 122, 138 ; 
Edward, 9, 122, 210 ; Eliza- 
beth. 122 ; Henry, 138 ; John, 
9 ; Katherine. 122 ; Mar- 
garet, 122, 210 : Mary, 122 ; 
Randall, 122 ; Thomas, 122 ; 
William, 122. 
Hereford, Humphrey, Earl of, 4. 
Heron, Mary, 192 ; SirNicholas, 

192. 
Herreuden, Agnes, 146. 
HertHU, 58. 
Herthill. See Harthill. 
Heskett, — , 240. 
Hesky, Richard, 12. 
1L mit, 184. 
Hextall, 1S4. 

Hextall, Joan, 50, 184 ; Wil- 
liam, 50, 184. 
Heycock, John, 200, 201. 
Hey wood, Margery, 135; Rich- 
ard, 135. 
Hichingbotham, Nicholas, 9. 
Hicks. Henry, 118 ; John, 118 ; 

Margaret, 118. 
Hifeld, Margaret, 101. 
Hiffeld, Ellen, 72 ; Katherine, 

72 ; William, 72. 
Higgenson, Margery, 32. 
Higham, Anne, 132 ; John, 132 ; 

Susan, 25. 
Highfeld, Cicely, 141 ; Robert, 

141. 
Hill, 95. 

Hill, Agnes, 162; Beatrice. 49, 
55; Eleanor. 118; Elizabeth, 
243 ; Humphrey, 49, 102 ; 
Isabel, 98 ; Jane, 118; John, 
118, 255 ; Joyce, 255 ; Kathe- 
rine, 178; Lawrence, 118 ; 
Margaret. 118,249; Peter, 12; 
Sir Richard, 64 ; Richard, 
118 ; Robert, 98, 118, 178 ; 
Roger, 243 ; Sir Rowland, 
Mayor of London, 04. 243, 
249 ; Thomas, 249 ; William, 
55. 
Hinton, 184. 

Hinton. Alice, 129, 256 ; David, 
11 ; Elizabeth. 184 ; Geoffrey, 
129 : Jane, 219; Joan, 270 ; 
Thomas, 219 ; — , 04. 
Hobson, John, 9. 
Hocknell, 23, 122, 123, 186. 
Hocknell alias Hocken- 



INDEX. 



285 



HULL, 122 ; Alice, 123 ; 
Anne, 26, 53, 122, 123, 171 ; 
Eleanor, 123 ; Elizabeth, 116, 
122. L23 ; Hamnet, 264 : 
Hamuli, 123 ; Henry, 122. 
123 ; Isabel, 123 ; Jane, 123 ; 
J, .an, 123 ; John, 10, 11. 116. 

122, L23 ; Kutheriue, 122, 

123, 2H4 ; Lawrence, 123 ; 
Margaret, 122, 123; Margery, 
122." 131; Peter, 122. 12:i; 
Richard, 122. 123 ; Robert, 
123 ; Roger, 10. 123 ; Row- 
Land, 123 ; Thomas, 123 ; 
William, 123; — , 13. 23. 

Hodgeketh, Margery, 256. 

HodgE Katheriue, 211. 

Holbroke, Isabel. 117. 

HoUroft, 99. 124. 

HOLCEOFT, 124 ; Alice, 100, 
124; Anne, 124; Clemence, 
146 ; Dorothy, 34, 121, 147 ; 
Greg ory, 1 24 ; Hamnet t , 124 ; 
Henry, 124 ; Isabel. 12 1 ; 
Jane, 146, 163; (Sir John, 34, 
100, 124,146, 154,240; John, 
121, 11(1 ; Katheriue, 154 ; 
Margaret, 124; Mary, 240; 
Robert, 147 ; Sir Thomas, 
Marshal to Queen .Mary, 124, 
163 ; Thomas, Constable of 
Upper Conway, 124 ; alia* 
Henley. Thomas, 124; Tho- 
mas, 124 ; Thomasine, 103. 

Holdenby, 115. 

Holdenby, Elizabeth, 115 ; Wil- 
liam, 115. 

HoU, 123. 

Bole, William, 123. 
Holford, 125. 

lloLFORD, 125 ; Alice, 55, 125. 
138 ; Anne, 125 ; Arthur, 29, 
L25, 142 ; Barbara. 96 ; 
Bartholomew, 125 ; Brian, 
125; Christopher, 64, 125; 
Dorothy, 53, 125 : Elizabeth, 
125. 126, 166; Elleu, 61, 125; 
Emma. 29 ; Sir George, 40, 
125, 151 ; George, 96, 125. 
126 ; Humphrey. 125 ; Isabel, 
125. 151 ; Jane. 12.'., 115 ; 
Sir John, 125, 138 ; John, lb, 
125, 126 ; Katheriue, 126, 
142 ; Margaret, 125 ; Mar- 
gery, 40, 125 ; Martha. 125 ; 
Mary, 61. 125 ; Maud, 12.". ; 
Owen, 125 ; Peter, 125, 126 ; 
Philip, 125 : Randall, 125 ; 
Richard, 12:, ; Robert, 12.". ; 
Stephen, 96 ; Thomas. .".3, 
55, 61, 12.".. 145. 166 ; Wil- 
liam, Lord of Bulkeley, 55. 
145 ; William, 125, 126. 1 15. 

Holgreve, Alice, 231 ; Mabel. 
230 ; Matthew, 230, 231 ; 
Richard, 231. &< Holgreve. 

Holland, L94. 

Holland, Alice. 120, 194; Anne, 
120. 179; Edward. 61. 179 ; 
Eleanor, 72 ; Francis, 216 ; 
Isabel, 194 ; Jane, IS, 61 ; 



Janet, 8S ; John. 120 ; Ka- 
theriue. 251 ; Margaret, 131 ; 
Mary, 18 ; Man. I. 203 ; Ralph, 
194," 251 ; Richard, 18 ; sir 
Robert. 88, 203 ; Rose, 191, 
251 ; Thomas, 120 ; Sir Tris- 
tram, 72; Tristram, IS ; Wil- 
liam, 12ii. 

Holling. Richard, 119. 

Hollinshead. Edward, 9 ; Hugh, 
10 ; William. 10: — , 206. 

Hollinworth, John, 9 ; Robert. 9. 

Holme, 12ii. 

Holme, 126 ; Alice, 127 : Anne. 
126; Elizabeth, 29. 126, 127 ; 
George. 127 ; Hugh 29, 126, 
127 ; Jane, 126 ; Katheriue, 
126. 127 ; Matthew, 127 ; 
Maud, 127 ; Peter, 127; Ran- 
dle, 261 ; Robert, 126 ; Tho- 
mas, 126, 127 ; William, 126 ; 
— , 175. S < Hulme. 

Holt, Sir Edward, 27, 2S ; 
Ellen, 183 ; Isabel, 152 ; 
Jane, 27 ; Katheriue, 94 ; 
Milicent, 183 ; Robert, L52, 
183 ; Til. .mas, 94. 

Honford, Alice, 162 ; William, 
162 ; — , 58. 

Hoo, Margery, 29. 

Hooper, John, 266, 268 ; Mar- 
garet, 266. 26s. 

Hooton, 214, 260. 

HOOTON, 214 ; Margaret, 214 ; 
Margery, 212, 214, 215 ; Sir 
William, 212, 214. 215 ; Wil- 
liam, 211. 

Hope, John, 195,200 ; Maud,195. 

Hopkinson, Hugh, 186 ; Maud, 
186. 

Hopton, Elizabeth, 44, 216 ; 
Thomas,216; Sir Walter. 216. 

Home, — , 32, 191. 

Horton, 99, 124, 127, 186. 

HORTON, 127 ; Alice, 25, 187 ; 
Anne. 127 ; David, 186 ; 
Elizabeth. 79. 127 ; Ellen, 
127 : Jane. 187 ; John, 7, 
127, 133, 186, 187 : Madock, 
186 ; Margaret, 127 : .Maud, 
186 ; Ralph, s, 127 ; Randall, 
127 ; Richard, 127 ; Roger, 

127, 187 ; Rowland, 127 ; 
Thomas. 79 ; Werburgh, 133 ; 
William, 186. 

Hough, 127. 

Hough, 127 ; Alice. 247 ; Anne, 

128. 146: Anthony, 128; 
Christ .an. 5.'. 12s, 259 ; Chris- 
topher, 127.161 ; Dorothy, 76, 
262 : Elizabeth, 128 ; Henry, 
12S ; .Jane. 128 ; John, 76, 
128, 262 : Margaret, 128, 180, 
192 ; Margery. 127, 128, 161 : 
Richard. 59." 128, 116. 191. 

259 ; Thomas, 127. 12s. 1 SO, 
192 ; William, 11, 59. 128, 

2 17. 
Houghton, 214. 
Houghton. Sir Alexander, 223 ; 

Alice, lib, 215; Elizabeth, 



223; Henry, 215; Isabel, 
255 ; John, 255 ; Katheriue-, 
228 : Sir Richard, 140, 215 ; 
Richard. 228 ; Tliuma-, 1 1 ; 

— , 210. & e Saughton. 
HonmhUl, 95. 
Hownhill, Jane, 234. 
Hubbard, 220. 

Hubbard. Alice, 220. 
Huberk, 58. 

Huberk, Anne, 59 | Sir Senry, 
5,1 ; Mr Hugh, 58 : Joan, 59 ; 

Sir John. M : Mai v. 59 : 
id, 59. 
Huddard, cousin to William 

the Conqueror, 88. 
Huddleston, Auuc, 17 ; Cicely, 

191); Isabel, 192; Lucy, 17 ; 

Mai gi rv. 17 ; Richard, 17. 
llueit, Edward, 12. 
Hidgrere, 39. 
Hulgreve, Christian. 162 ; 

David, 39 ; Margaret, 15 ; 

— , 222. $ ■ I [olgreve. 
Hulme, Alexander, 11 ; Eliza- 
beth, 176 ; Hugh. 31, 176 ; 

Jane, 46 ; .Margaret, 18 ; 

Maud. 31 ; Robert, 18 ; Thu- 

mas, 7. 46. .V. e lb. lima 
HttUe, 29. 128. 225. 

Htjlse, 128 ; Agnes, is ; Alice, 
129; Amy, 129; Andrew, 
Archdeacon of Richmond, 
56; David, 56; Eleanor, 129; 
Elizabeth, 128 ; George, 129 ; 
Sir Henry, 215 ; Henry, 128; 
Sir Hugh, Justice of the 
King's Bench. :,i\ 225; Hugh, 
129; Isabel, 129 ; Jan.. 5, 62; 
Joan. 2 15 : sir John, 56 ; 
John, 56, L28, 129 ; Kathe- 
riue, 62, 129 ; Margaret, 129 ; 
Margery, 128, 129, 223; 
Mary, 128; Parnell, 128; 
Philip, 128, 129; Ralph, 10, 
128; Robert, 128, 129 : Tho- 
mas. S, 56. 12S, 129. 225 ; 
Walter. 128; William, Lord 
of St. Johns. 56 ; William, 
55, 56, 128 ; — , 29, 30. 

Hunt, Henry, 206 ; Jane. 2."',; 
Katheriue. 108; Richard, 12, 
108. 

Huntingdon, David, Earl of, 3, 
4 ; Elizabeth, 48 ; John, 
Earl of, 3, 4. 

Hunton, John. 24 ; Mary, 24. 

HurUtm, 129. 130. 

Ill ki.stun alias 11i:kltox,129, 
130; Alice. 130, 187 ; Anne, 
L30; Blanch, 63 ; Eleanor, 
I5U ; Elizabeth, L30 ; Ellen, 
129. 130, 178 ; Gilbert, bin ; 
Henry. 129; Hugh. 130; 
Humphrey, 130; Isabel, 130, 
1:12; James, 125, 12s. 1511 ; 
John, 130 ; Julian, 129 ; Ka- 
theriue. 2:i. 16, 95. 129. 159. 

217 : Margaret, 123, 128; 
Margery, 6:1. 129 ; Maud. 46, 

130; Nicholas, 150; Randall, 



286 



THE VISITATIONS OF CHESHIRE. 



130 ; Reynold, 130 ; Richard, 
46, 05. 130, 187 ; Robert, 
130 ; Roger. 46. 129, 178, 
217 ; Rowland, 130 ; Thomas, 
68, 129, 130 ; William, 129, 

130 ; — , 152. 

Hurst, Jane, 136 ; Randall, 12. 
Hussey, Katherine, 126 ; Rich- 

ard, 126. 
Hutchinson, Thomas, 116. 
Huttou, Eleanor, 184 ; Thomas, 

184. 
Huxley, 66. 131. 
Huxley, 131 ; Agnes, 66 ; 

Dorothy, 131 ; Elizabeth, 

131 ; E'llen, 131 ; George, 8 ; 

Henrv, 131 ; Isabel, 131,161; 

James, 131,141; John, 131 ; 

Katherine. 131 : Maud. 111. 

254 ; Nicholas. 254 ; Ralph, 

7. 131 ; Richard, 131, 254 ; 

Robert, 66, 131 ; Thomas. 

131 ; — , 25. 175. 
Hi/de, 131. 

Hyde, 131 ; Alice, 131, 132; 
Anne. 18, 104, 131, 132; 
Beatrice, 132 ; Dorothy, 23, 

132 ; Edward, 132 ; Eliza- 
beth, 132 ; Ellen, 132 ; Giles, 
131 ; Haranett, 131 ; Hamon, 

131, 132; Henry, 131 ; Jane, 
74 ; Joan, 131 ; John. 131 ; 
Lawrence, 131 ; Margaret, 
18, 82, 101, 131, 132, 154, 
243 ; Mary, 131, 132 ; Ran- 
dall. 132. 152: Richard, 132 ; 
Robert, 9. 18. 74. 82, L31, 

132, 172, 221. 243 ; Thomas, 
23. 131, 132; William, is. 
104, 132 ; — , 86. 



Ince, Randall, 10. 

Ingram, Katherine. 102. 

Insula, Richard de, 160. 

Ipstones, 43, 15. 

Ipstones, — , 41, 43. 

Ireland, Elizabeth, 108, 217; 

George, 10, 108 ; Lawrence, 

217 ; Margaret, 31 ; Robert, 

11 ; Thomas, 34. 
Isabella, Queen of England. 182. 
Isley, Anne, 78 ; Sir Henry, 

78 ; Thomas, 78. 
Ithell, William, 8. 
Ive. Joan. 123. 
Ives, 90, 91. 
Ives, Anabella, 90 ; Anianus, 

90. 91 ; Eleanor, 91 ; Ellen, 

93 ; Hamon, 93. 
Ivon of Normandy, and his six 

sons, llo. 
Iwett. See Jcwett. 



Jackson, Anne, 146 ; Elizabeth, 
178; George, 146; Robert, 
178. 



Jaconim, or Jocomin, Ellen, 13 ; 
Ralph, 13. 

Jamin. Robert, 11. 

Jen kin, Margaret, 60. 

Jennings, 124. 

Jennings, Elizabeth, 49 ; Nich- 
olas.'^! ; Rowland, 49. 

Jennings alias Stockton, Mar- 
garet. 81 ; Randall, 81. 

Jewett, 263. 

Jewett, or Iwett, 263 ; Anne, 
263 ; Cicely, 263 ; Elizabeth, 
263 ; Jane. 264 ; Katherine, 
263, 264 ; Margeiy,263, 264; 
Randolph, 263 ; Thomas, 263; 
William. 263. 261. 

Joddrell, Edward. 9 ; — , 177. 

Johnson, Adam, 126 ; Alice, 262 ; 
Hamnet, 262 ; John, 9. 116; 
Katherine, 67, 126 ; Mar- 
garet. 67, 117 ; Margery. 69 ; 
Maud, 110 ; Robert, 67 ; Tho- 
mas, 67. 

Jones. Alice, 25 ; Anne, 263, 
266 ; Edward. 25 ; Ellen. 
265, 266 : Hubert, 263, 265, 
266 ; William, 263, 265, 
266. 

Juleni, Aired de, 188 ; Alure- 
dus de, 188 ; Maud de, 188 ; 
Normannus de, 188. 



K 

Keele, Elizabeth, 272 ; Robert, 

272. 
Kelsall. Reignald, 9. 
Kent, Hubert de Burgh, Earl 

of. 188 : Walter de, 181. 
Kettle, John, 8, 81 ; Margaret, 

81. 
Keveliock, 1, 28. 
Keveliock, Agnes, 3, 5 ; Amice, 

164; Beatrice, 1. 95. 159, 

160 ; Constance, 95, 159 ; 
Hawise, 3. 5 ; Hugh, Earl of 
Chester, 1, 3, 4, 28, 95, 110, 
159. 160, 161, 221 : Mabel. 3, 
5 ; Maud, or Matilda, 3, 4 ; 
Owen, Prince of Powis, 95, 
159. 

Kevington, Maud, 252 ; Wil- 
liam. 252. 
Kightley, Isabel,82 ; Richard ,82. 
Kinaston, 41. 
Kinaston, Dorothy, 66; Isabel, 

161 ; John, 41 ; Thomas, 66 ; 
— , 131. 

Kingsl v. 35, 63, 85, S7, 95, 132, 
197, 203. 

Kincsley, 83; Agnes, 83, 84, 
132 ; Avice, 83, 'si ; Cicely, 
111 ; Emma, 83. 84 ; Jane, 
or Joan, 83, 84, 212, 267; 
John, -lo : Ranulph, 83, 84, 
114; Sir Richard, 267 ; Rich- 
aid. S3, 81. Ill, 132, 144, 
188, 212, 24 6. 

Kingsley's Funster's Coat, 85, 
95, 132. 



Kingslcy alias Wettenhall, 

28. 
Kingsley alias Wettenhall, 

John, 27 ; Margery, 27. 
Kingston, John, 116 ; Margery, 

116. 
Kinsy, Eleanor, 117 ; Hugh, 

211 ; Margaret, 72, 211 ; 

Robert, 72. 
Kirkes, John, 11. 
Kirkland, Ellen, 233 ; Sir 

Ralph, 233. 
Knight. Joan, 32 ; Katherine, 

101 ;' William, 32. 
Knightley, Jane, 30, Robert, 

201. 
Knipersley, or Kniperley, Ellen, 

228 ; Margaret, 183 ; Robert, 

183, 228. 
Knockton, — , 48. 
Kuowles, Lettice, 136; Robert, 

136. 



Lach, Jane. 116 ; Nicholas, 
116. 

Lack, Jane, 152 ; Peter, 152. 

Lacon, Jane, 49, 98 ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 49. 98, 165. 

Lacy, 5, 6, 239. 

LACY, 5 ; Agnes, 6 ; Albert, 6 ; 
Albreda, 5 ; Alice, Countess 
of Lincoln, 6 ; Alice, 6, 88, 
237 ; Edmund. Lord, 6 ; Ed- 
mund, 6 ; Eleanor, 6 ; Geof- 
frey, 6 ; Gilbert, 5 ; Henry, 
Earl of Lincoln, 6 ; Henry, 

5 ; Hildebert, Lord of Black - 
burnshire and Pontefract, 5 ; 
Idonia, 6 ; Jane, 20 ; Joan, 

6 ; John, Baron of Halton, 
Earl of Lincoln, and Con- 
stable of Chester, 3. 5, 6. 88, 
224, 237 ; John, 6 ; Margaret, 
3, 5, 6 ; Maud, 5, 6, 91 ; Rich- 
ard, 6 ; Robert, 5, 6 ; alms 
Hell, Roger, Constable of 
Chester, 6, 91 ; Roger, 6 ; — , 
Earl of Lincoln, 20. 

Laiton, Margaret, 175 ; Rich- 
ard, 175. 

Laken. or Lake, Ellen, 212, 
213 ; William, 212, 213 ; — , 
267. 

Lancaster. Alice, Countess of, 
6 ; Blanch, 152 ; Richard, 
152 ; Thomas, Earl of, 6 ; 
William, 11. 

Lane, — , 97. 

Langley, Elizabeth, 154 ; Henry, 
154 : Katherine, 153 ; Ro- 
bert, 153, 207 ; — , 156. 

Langton, Eleanor, 193 ; Eliza- 
beth, 204 ; Isabel, 22S ; Jane, 
141 ; Mabel, 233 ; Rawliu, 
228 ; Robert, 140, 141, 193 ; 
Thomas. Baron of Newton, 
204 ; Sir Thomas, 233. 

Lantre, Margaret, 72. 



INDEX. 



287 



Large, Ellen le, 96 ; Philip le, 
96. 

Latham, Richard, 8 ; — , 46. 

Lathom, 214, 216. 

Lathom, 214; Anne, 190; 
Elizabeth, 153. 263 j Edward, 
214 ; Isabel, 212, 214 ; Rich- 
ard, Lord, 214 ; Richard, 
263 ; Robert, Lord, 214 ; Sir 
Robert, 214 ; Robert, 214 ; 
Sir Thomas. 212, 214 ; Wil- 
liam, 190, 263. 

Lawn-celin, 132. 

L-AUNCELIN, 132 ; Agues, 83, 
84, 132 ; Henry, 83, 84, L32 : 
.Mabel, 132 ; Richard. S3, 84. 

132 ; Robert, 132 ; William, 
83,84, 132. 

Lavington, Aliee, 74. 

Laware, — , Lord, 241. 

Lamrt nn , 201. 

Lawrence, Robert, 200, 201 ; 
— , 185. 

Lamton, 28, 133. 

LAWTON, 133 ; Agnes, 133 ; 
Ambrose, 133; Anne, 133; 
Augustine. 133 ; Dorothy, 
133 ; Eleanor, 133 ; Eva, 
133; Hugh, 133 ; Isabel, 27, 

133, 159 ; James, 133 ; John, 
1", 133; Katherine, 133; 
Margaret,133,169; Mary, 133; 
Richard, 133 ; Robert, 133 ; 
Thomas, 133 ; Werburgh, 

133 ; William, 27, 133, 
159. 

Lea, Grace, 264 ; Jane, 271 ; 
John, 271 ; Richard, 264 ; 
Roger, 264 ; William, 264. 

Leader, William, 12. 

I. rake, Elizabeth, 204. 

Lee, 135. 

Lee, 134 ; Adam, 134 ; Agnes, 
134; Alice, 66, 134-136; 
Amicia, 134 ; Anne, 136 : Sir 
Anthony, 136 ; Anthony, 135 ; 
Beatrice, 135 ; Bennett, 135, 
136 ; Edmund, 135 ; Eleanor, 
135; Elizabeth. 134-136; 
Ellen, 134-136; Emanuel. 
136 ; Francis. 135, 136 ; Sir 
Henry. 136; Henry, 135; 
Isabel, 134 ; sir James, 63, 
135 ; Jane, 136 ; Joan. 134 ; 
John, 134-136; Lawrence, 

134, 135 ; I.etticc. 134, 136; 
Margery, 134, 135, 255, 256 ; 
Maud, 63, 135, 136; Randolph, 

134 ; Richard, Clarenceux, 
134, 136 ; Richard, 66. 134- 
136, 256 ; Sir Robert. 136 ; 
Robert, 134, 135, 265; R gi r, 

135 ; Thomas, 134, 136 ; Wil- 
liam, 63, 135; Winifred, 
134. 

Leech, 136, 137. 201. 

Leech, 136 ; Alice, 136. 137, 

256, 27(i ; Anne, 62. 137 ; 

Charles, 137; David. 137; 

Edward, 137 ; Elizabeth, 137, 

246, 250 ; George, 136, 270 ; 



Henrv, 136 ; .lane, 137 ; John, 
8, 62", 136, 137, 246, 250 ; 
M.ii | mi. 136 ; Margery, 
136, 137 ; Ralph, 7 : Robert, 
137 ; Sir Roger, 200, 201 ; 
Thomas, 137 ; Ursula, 137 ; 
William. 136, 137 ; Winifred, 
137 ; — . 70. 

Leedes, — ,51. 

I., ft inch. 1 12. 

Leftwich, 142; Alice, 112; 
Eleanor, 142, 167 ; Elizabeth, 
142, 243 ; George, 142; Jane, 
142 ; John, 214 ; Katherine, 
126, 112: Margaret, 112,211 ; 
Ralph, 112, 167 ; Randall, 
10; Richard, 142; Robert, 
142 ; alias Wilmington, Ro- 
bert. 142; Thomas, 126, 112. 
243 ; William, 142 ; — , 
250. 

Leicester, 138, 139, 141. 

Leicesteb, 138; Adam, 138; 
Agnes, 138, 140 ; Alice, 44, 
138, 141, 113. 145 ; Anne, 22, 
141, 166 : Cicely, 139. 141 ; 
Eleanor, 140. 141 ; Elizabeth, 

138, 141, 165 ; Ellen, 138, 
141, 148 ; Geoffrey, 140 ; Sir 
George, 141 ; George, 138, 
141 ; Henrv. 141 ; Isabel, 
103, 138. 141 ; James, 138 ; 
Jane, 36, 138, 139, 140, 141 ; 
John, 103, 138-140, 143, 145; 
Joyce, 139 ; Katherine, 138, 
141; Lawrence, 13S, 141; 
Margaret, 88, 107, 138, 176 ; 
Margery, 138, 145; Mary, 

139, 141 ; Maud, 141 ; Nicho- 
las, 138, 139 ; Parnell, 138, 
141 ; Philip, 140 ; Piers, 11, 
44, 138, 141 ; Sir Ralph, 141. 
148, 166 ; Ralph. 22. 36. 139- 
141 : Randall, 111 ; Richard, 
141 ; Roger, 138, 139; Tho- 
mas, 8, 107. 138, 141 ; Wil- 
liam. 11, 138, 141, 143; — . 
60, 155. 

Leigh, 71. 85, 99, 145. 147, lis. 
160-155, 200, 211. 

Leigh, Legh, or Ligh, 143 ; 
Adam, 143 ; Aencs. 41, 82, 
143, 145-14S. 151, 172 ; Alban, 
152; Alice, 104,138,143,145, 

146, 149, 154, 156 ; Amy. 
173 ; Anne, 61. 68, 114, 122, 
12S. 146-148, 153, 156; An- 
thony, 156 ; Avice, 235 ; 
Beatrice, 146 ; Blanch, 152 ; 
Bridget, 156 ; Charles, 149 ; 
Christian, 147 ; Cicely, 1 19. 
152, 153; Clemencc, 116; 
David, 155; Dorothy, 146, 

147, 152, 176 ; Dowce, or 
Dulcia. 36. 113. 146, 17s. 213; 
sir Edmund, 149 ; Edmund, 
149; Edward. 11, 46, 145, 
IIS, 149, L52-154, 203 ; Elea- 
nor, 89, 147, 152, 153, 155, 
204 ; Elizabeth, 42. 146-149, 
153-156, 178,207 ; Ellen, 141, 



144,145,147-154,260; Emma, 

107 ; Frances. IS. 117. 119 ; 
Francis, 117, 153; Gawen, 
l l l. 156 ; Geoffrey, 1 13, 144, 
I 18, l 19 ; Gi orge, 104, 146, 
1 17. 152, 155 ; Gerard, 1 19 ; 
Gilbert, 1 1.5. 147,211 ; Grace, 
154; Ham lei i. 149, 156; 
llamnet. 146 ; Hamoll. 143- 
1 15 ; Havise. 143 ; Henry, 
149, 154, 155; Hugh, 143, 
1 15, 151, 155 ; Isabel, 125, 
144-152, 154,165,242; James, 
111. 146, 117. 149, 151. 153 ; 
Jane, 15. 46, 143, 145-149. 
152-156, 211, 217; Jenkin, 
153; Joan, 48, 59, 143, 149, 
156; Sir John, 36, 59,70, 14 1, 
115, 147-151, 154, 179; John, 
9, 15. 18, 107, 138, 113-151, 
153-166, 172. 179.2o7; Joyce, 
154 ; Julian, 156 ; Katherine, 
70, 86, 143, 146, 152-156.2(11 ; 
Mabel, 146, 153, 155 ; Ma- 
dock, or Matthew, 145 ; Mar- 
garet. 146-149, 151-156, 179, 
199, 203, 242 ; Margery, 74, 
138, 143, 145, 146. 149. 153. 
156, 171; Mary, 97, 108, 146, 
117, 152, 154-156; Matthew, 

146, 155, 156. 230 ; Maud, 
or Matilda. 17, 143. 144-148, 
151. 152, 165; Nicholas, 146, 
149, 155 ; Parnell, 146, 203 ; 
Sir Peter, 199. 203 ; Peter, 
141-148, 151, 153, 154, 156 ; 
Philip, 42. 12S, 141, lis, 155, 
217 ; Sir Piers, 9, 150, 151, 
153, 204,242; Piers. Ml. 152, 
153; Prudence, 149; Ralph. 
86, 143, 145, 146, 154, 155, 
211; Randall, 144, 149. 154 ; 
Rauulph. 151, 152; Reynold, 
151. 2(i3 ; Sir Richard, 128; 
Richard, 11, 138, 143-147, 
149, 151, 154-156, 173, 176, 
178 ; Sir Robert, 17, 55, 144, 

151 ; Robert, 17, 41, 55. 68, 
1(14, 125, 144, 145. 117. 151- 
153.155. 165,178,242; Rubin, 
144; Robinett, 141. 151, 154 ; 
Roger, 115. 146. lis. i;,i, 
154; Rose, 143, 146 ; Sarah, 
151, 152; Sibell, 46, 152; 
Susan, 154; Sir Thomas, 
Mayor of London, 154; Sir 
Thomas, 97 ; Thomas, 11.17, 
36, 46, 68, 74, 82, 87. 89, 108, 
122, 143-149, 152-156, 171, 
201. 235, 260; Sir Drian, 9. 

152 ; Sir William. 144, 145, 

147. 149 : William. 12. 1 13- 
149, 151, 154-156 ; — , 126, 
139, 142, 197, 217. 

Leighton, Edward, 49 ; Joice, 

49 ; Margery, 15. 
Leland, Ellen, 190. 
Leuton, Edward, 78 ; Honor. 

78. 
Leton, Mary, 108 ; — , 18. 
Lcccnshiilmc, 148. 



288 



THE VISITATIONS OF CHESHIRE. 



Levcrsege, 156. 

Leveesege, 166 ; Agnes, 156 ; 
Anne, 23 ; Elizabeth, 152 ; 
George, 23 ; Hugh. 157 ; 
Isabel. 157, 235 ; John, 23 ; 
Katherine, 75, 157 ; Mar- 
garet, 157 ; Margery, 157, 
249 ; Ralph, 157, 249 ; Rey- 
nold, 156 ; Richard, 156, 
157 ; Robert, 157 ; Thomas, 
152. 156, 157, 235; William, 
10, 75, 157 ; — . 216. 

Ligon. Jane, 14 ; Michael, 14. 

Lilhtriic, 99. 

Lilly. — , 129. 

Linciiln, Out >it ess of, 199. 

Lincoln, Alice, Countess of, 6 ; 
Edwin, Earl of, 4 ; Henry, 
Earl of, 6 ; Joan, Countess of, 
1 99 ; John. Earl of, 3, 5, 6 ; 
Lucy. Countess of. 4 ; Mar- 
garet, Countess of, 3, 5, 6; 
Randolph. Earl of, 3, 4, 27, 
160; Robert, Earl of, 5, 27; 
William. Earl of, 4 ; — , Earl, 
of, 20. 

LlNFOBD. 157 ; Alice, 157 ; 
Dionysia, 157; Edmund, 157; 
Lawrence, 157 ; Piers, or 
Peter, 157 ; Thomas, 157 ; 
William, 157. 

Linsey, Margery, 112 ; Simon, 
112. 

Linton, Cadogan,161 ; Margery, 
161. 

Lister, Anne, 39 ; Christopher, 
65 ; Ellen, 65 ; Richard, 
39 

Litle'y, Ellen, 121 ; William, 
121. 

Little, Keneu, 161 : Mabel, 161 ; 
Richard, 161 ; Urian, 161. 

Littlebury, John, 231, 232 ; 
Marian. 232 ; Roger, 232 ; 
Roise, 231 ; Rose, 232. 

Littler, Anne, 39 ; Richard, 11, 
39, 270. 

Littleton. Edward, 98 ; Isabel, 
98 ; — , 118. 

Llewellyn, Prince of Wales. 4, 
181. 

Lloyd, Alice, 267 ; David, 93. 
267 ; Felice, 93 ; John, 7 ; 
William, 93. 

Lodge, Sir Thomas, Mayor of 
London, 141. 

London, Havise de, 143 ; Rich- 
ard de, 143. 

Longespee, William, Earl of 
Salisbury, 6, 20. 

Longford, Jane, 81 ; Sir Nicho- 
las, 81. 

Longton, Jane, 173 ; Ralph, 
173. 

Lostock, Cicely. 254 ; Geoffrey, 
1S3; Sir Graham, 183; Let- 
tice, 183 ; Margaret, 183 ; 
Millicent, 183. 

Low, Alexander, 9 ; Anne, 13 ; 
George, 7 ; Simon, 13. 

Lucy, Beatrice, 4 ; Eleanor, 



241 ; Foulk, 241 ; Richard. 
Lord, 4. 

Ludlow, Sir John, 226 ; Mar- 
gery, 226. 

Lumlev, Elizabeth, 140; John, 
140." 

Lupus, 1, 4. 28. 

Lupus, Hugh, Earl of Chester, 
1, 2, 4, 28, 107, 233. 

Iaioots, 5, 6, 239. 

Luzors, Albreda de, 5 ; Eudo 
de, 5. 

Li/mmc, 71.82, 144. 

Lymme, Agnes, 82, 145 ; Sir 
Alexander. 143 ; Allen. 82, 
145 ; Gilbert, 82, 145. 

Lyneall, 271. 

Lyneall, 271 ; Alice, 270. 
272 ; Anne, 271, 272 ; Ed- 
ward, 271, 272 ; Elizabeth, 
271, 272; Ellen, 271, 272 ; 
Humphrey, 272; Jane, 271, 
272 ; John, 271, 272 ; Kathe- 
rine, 271, 272 ; Margaret, 
271 ; Mary, 272; Philip, 271 ; 
Roger, 270, 272 ; Thomas. 
270-272 ; William, 271, 272. 



M 

Mabon, Jane, 236 ; Robert, 

236. 
Macclesfield, 182, 201. 
Macclesfield, John, 183, 200, 

201 ; Jordan, 183 ; Margaret, 

183 ; Mary, 183; Millicent. 

183. 
Macky, Jane, 154 ; Robert, 

154. 
Maddock, Anne, 24 ; Isabel. 

133 ; John, 133 ; Randall, 8 ; 

Robert, 24 ; William. 133. 
Mainmaring, 74, 163. 164. 
Mainwaki'kg, or Meinelwar- 

ing, 163 ; Agnes, 64, 134. 268 ; 

Alexander, 164 ; Alice. 16, 

166; Allen, 165; Amice, 

164 ; Anne, 71, 72, 137, 141, 
166,167, 184, 209 ; Sir Arthur, 
16, 165 ; Arthur. 165. 166 ; 
Beatrice, 19 ; Bridget, 73 ; 
Charles, 10, 42. 51, 125, 166, 
206, 244; Christian, 164; 
Clemence. 165 ; Edmund, 
165, 166; Edward. 166; 
Eleanor, 142, 166. 167, 227 ; 
Elizabeth, 16, 44, 97, 125, 
141, 165-167, 207 ; Ellen, 42, 
50, 165, 166 ; Sir George, 

165 ; George, 136, 165, 166 ; 
Henry, 10, 71, 164. 166, 167 ; 
Hugh, 165. 166 ; Humphrey, 
50, 134, 137, 163 ; Isabel, 166, 
244 ; James. 166 ; Jane, 74, 
85. 107. 166, 167, 209 ; Joan, 
52, 175; Sir John, 165, 185. 
249,268; John, 76, 142, 151, 
163-165. 167, 219, 242 ; 
Julian, 166; Katherine, 165- 
167,185,219; Lawrence, 107, 



166 ; Margaret. 39, 50, 51, 76, 
136, 164-167, 177, 203, 206, 
227. 242, 252 ; Maraery, 51, 
96, 164-167, 194. 249 ; Mary, 

165, 229; Maud, 151, 165, 

166, 209, 219. 225 ; Nicholas, 
163, 165 ; Oliver, 51, 164, 
166 ; Philip, 141, 166 ; Piers, 

165 ; Prudence, 167 ; Ralph, 
Justice of Chester, 164 ; 
Ralph, 97, 166, 175,227 ; Sir 
Randall, 44, 75, 125. 166, 207, 
209 ; Randall, 10, 47, 50, 64, 
72-74, 90, 141, 160, 164-167, 
203 ; Ranulph. 164 ; Sir 
Richard, 165; Richard, 164- 

166 ; Robert. 10, 39, 166, 194, 
227 ; Sir Roger, 164 ; Roger, 
8, 160,164-167; Sanky, 252 ; 
Sir "Thomas, 165 ; Thomas, 
10, 163-167, 209 ; Thomasine, 
163 ; Ursula, 137 ; Sir War- 
ren, Lord of Warmincham, 
165, 225 ; Warren, 166 ; Wil- 
liam, 52, 96, 164, 165; Sir 
—,192; —,72, 77, 185, 196, 
243. 

Malbcmk, 28-30, 158, 202, 233. 
Malbank, Malbedeng. or Mal- 

bon, 158 ; Adelicia, 158 ; 

Alice, 158. 198 ; Auda, 158, 

198, 231, 232 ; Eleanor, 158 ; 

Hugh, 158; Isabel, 232, 234 ; 

Pctronilla, 15S ; Philippa, 

158, 198. 232 ; Piers, Baron 
of Nantwich, 232, 234 ; Wil- 
liam, Baron of Nantwich, 
15S, 198, 231. 232 ; William, 
12, 246 ; — , 13. 

Malherb, John, 182. 
Malpas, 28, 41, 45, 159. 
Malpas, 159 ; Beatrice, 95, 
159-161, 182 ; Constance, 95, 

159 ; David, Baron, 95, 159, 

160 ; Sir David, 161 ; David, 
83, 95,96.127,159, 161, 182 ; 
Helen, 41 ; Hugh, 161 ; 
Idonea, 95. 159, 161 ; Isabel, 

161 ; John, 161 ; Katherine, 
95, 159, 161 ; Margaret, 95, 

159, 160 ; Margery, 127, 161 ; 
Maud, 96, 161 ; Philip. 41, 
S3, 95, 159 ; Ralph, Baron, 
95, 159, 160; Roger. 161 ; 
Sibell, 161 ; Sir William, 95, 
159, 161 ; William, 161, 182, 
188 ; — , 176. 

Maltravers, Alice. 92 ; Joan, 

92 ; Sir John, 92. 
Mandeville, Alice. 6. 
Maniers, Elizabeth, 204; Sir 

Thomas, Earl of Rutland, 

204. 
MamXey, 162. 
Manley, 162 ; Alice, 187 ; 

Anne, 163 ; Dorothy, 163 ; 

Elizabeth, 89, 163, 260; 

Ellen, 163 ; Grace, 198 ; 

Henry, 163 ; Jane, 163 ; John, 

7, 163 ; Katherine, 79 ; Mary, 

163 ; Sir Nicholas, 163 ; 



INDEX. 



289 



Nicholas, 79, 163, 201 ■ Sir 
Thomas. 1S7 ; Thomas, 116. 
163; William, 89, 260; — , 
46. 
Mapresall, John, 233. 
Marfan-j/. 167. 168. 
Marbury, 167 ; Alice, 72 ; 
Anne. HIS; Bridget, 218; 
Cicely, 179; Eleanor. L68, 
240 ; Elizabeth, 52, 128, 168, 
252 ; Emma, 168 ; George, 
168; Hul'Ii. 167 ; James, 
128,167, 168 ; Jane, 168, ISO; 
John, 167, 168 ; Katherine, 
114, 168 ; sir Lawrence, 167 ; 
Lawrence, 168, 252 ; Mar- 
garet, 142, 168; Margery, 
213 : Maud, 168 : Maudlin, 
168 : Peter, 168 : Richard, 11. 
72, 144, 16S, 179, 180, 218; 
Robert. His ; 1 
240; William, 11. 52, 168. 
March, Edwin, Earl of, 4 ; 

Elizabeth, 118. 
Jfarchornley, 236. 
Marchomley, Alice, 236 ; John, 

236 : Lettice, is. 
Markencroft, John, 12. 
Marmion, Henry, 97 ; Isabel, 97. 
Marsh, Alice. 130; Jane, 248 ; 
Eichard, 248 ; Thomas, 130. 
Martin. Elizabeth, 243 ; Hugh, 
252 : Joan, 6 ; Margaret, 252 : 
Thomas, 243 ; William, Lord 
Camoy.-, 6. 
Massey, 18,24. 35, II, 124. 139. 

144,' 169-175, 261. 
Massey, 169-175; Agnes, 33, 
145, 172 : Alice, 35, 54. 146, 
169, 171, 172. 174. 175. 195, 
212, 255. 262 : Amy, 173 ; 
Anne, 16, 24, 36, 49, 106, 1 16, 
170-174, 176, 262 ; Bartholo- 
mew. 176 ; Cicely. 34, 172 ; 
David. 7, 49, 1 16, 176; Doro- 
thy, 59, 126, 146, 170, 176 ; 
Dowce, 36, 169 ; Edmund, 
172. 173, 262 : Edward, 172. 

175 ; Eleanor, 103, 174. 262; 
Elizabeth. 16, 54, 99, 126, 
151. 170, 171-176. 219,230; 
Ellen, 19, 64, 127, 173, 174, 

176 ; Garrard, 262 ; Sir Geof- 
Erey, 44, 72, 171, 216; Geof- 
frey, 33, 42, 171, 173. 200 ; 
George, 11, 12, 170; Hamlett, 
172; Hamnett, 124, 146; 
Sir Hamuli, Baron of Dun- 
ham Massy. 262 : Sir Hamon, 
19, S7. 172 : llamon, 41, 64, 

170, 188 : Henry, 175. 171 ; 
Hugh, 53. 1 15, 170-172, 175. 
176, 209, 212. 219; Isabel, 
172 ; James. 172 ; Jane. 19, 
42, 44. 72. 17o. in. 173, 171. 
176, 209, 216. 222, 226, 2 ,6, 
262 ; Joan. 14, 21, 36, 175, 
176 ; Sir John. 31, 50, 170, 

171, 175, 181, 190 ; John, 7. 
12. 14, Hi. 24,35,36, 103, loo. 
126, 169-173, 175, L76, 226, 



228, 229, 262, 266 ; Julian, 
172; Katherine, 29. 170,174, 
176, 177.229,265 ; Law rence, 
12. 171. 173. 262 ; Margaret, 
172, 174-176, 266; Ms 
50, 72. 115, 171. 171. 175, 
190, 261 ; Mary, 170 ; Mat- 
thew, 170; Maud, or Matilda, 
106, I 15. 1 15, 17 1 ; M 
175 ; Oliver, 171 ; Pelezina, 
174. 217 ; Ralph, 12. 116, 

172, 173 ; Sir Hi. 'hard, 87, 
172 ; Richard, 7, 5 1. 72. 87, 
99, 106, 134, 170-175. 195, 
255, 261, 262, 265 : Robert, 7. 
24, 2li. 41, 69, 87, 126, 170, 
171. 173-176,, 217,222; 15 ger, 
9, 59, 126. 173, 176 : Sibell, 

173, 174; Thorn:.-, 9, 126, 
169-171. 171. 176, 262; Wil- 
liam. 11. 35, 56. 127, 145, 
169-171. 171-177, 25ii. 275. 
261, 262 ; — . 14, 15, 74, 79. 
82, 195. 217,221. 

Mastcrion, 176. 

MASTERSON, 176 ; Anne, 109. 
177. 238; Anthony, 177; 
Cicely, 177 ; Eleanor, 177 ; 
Elizabeth, 108, 177, '.'19; 
Ellen, 62 ; Henry. 177 ; Isa- 
bel, 241 ; John, 50, 177. 216 ; 
Lawrence, 177; Margaret, 
50, 161, 176. 177. 216, 236; 
Margery, 166, 177. 216; 
Mary. 177. 197 ; Nicholas, 
176. ' 1 77 ; Richard, 108, 177, 
197, 23S ; Roger, S, 177; 
Thomas, 62. 109, 16 1. 166, 
177, 236. 244, 246, 219. 

Ma-ton, Elizabeth, 250; Rich- 
ard, 250. 

Mawlev.Jo.an.211 ; — .Lord 241. 

Maxfield. Sir John, 166, 205 ; 
Margaret, 166, 203. 

Maynard, Frances, 25. 

Meales, 177. 

MEA1ES, 177; Alice. 177; 

e, 177 ; Ellen. 177; Jane. 

177 ; John, 177 ; Katherine, 

177 ; Margaret, 177 ; Thomas. 

177 ; William. 177. 

Meinelwaring. Set Mainwaring. 

Mekin, Katherine, 1S7 ; Tho- 
mas, 187. 

Melow, Gilbert, 23; Katherine, 
23. 

Merburv, Anne, 23 ; Thomas, 23. 

.1/, re, 178. 

Mere, 178; Alice, 82, 178; 
Anne, 29,178; Dorothy. 17- ; 
Dowce. or Dulcia. 146, 178; 
Edmund. 1 is ; Edward, 178 ; 
Elizabeth. 148, 178, 179; 
Ellen, 129, 178 ; Hugh, 178 ; 
babel, 178 ; Ivo, 159 ; Jon- 
kin, 29 ; Joan. 178 : John, 
11. 100, 146, 178, 179, 185 : 
Kath. rine. 100, 178 ; Mar- 
garet. 36, 151. 178, 185 ; Mar- 
gery, 178 ; Mary, 178 : Mat- 
thew, 178,200; Barnell, 178, 



IS5 ; Thomas, 151. 178 ; Wil- 
liam, n. 36, 82, 12H, 113. 178, 
185. 

m, Adam, 183; I.ettice, 
183; Randolph, 202. 
nes,l. 

Mescbines, Lucy, I ; Mand, I ; 
Randolph, Earl of Chester, 
1-4 ; Randolph, 2 ; William. 
2. 

Mesinger, Roger, 188. 

Meverell, Jane, 51. 

Middlehurst, John, 12. 

Middlemore, Anne, 98 ; Rich- 
ard. 98; Robert, 98. 

Middleton, 175. 

Middletou, Anne, 176 ; David, 
175. 176; Elizabeth, 176; 
Jane, 176 : Margaret. 

Mierson, William, 7. 

Miles, John. 1 I. 

Millington, 175. 

Millington. 179 ; Anne, 179; 
Blanch, 179; Cicely. 179; 
Dorothy, 179 ; Edward. 179 ; 
Eitropius, 143. 115; Eliza- 
beth. 82, 178, 179 ; Geoffrey, 
179 : George, 1 .9 ; Henry. 
179 ; Hugh, 179 ; Jane . 
179 ; Jane, 179 ; Joan, 178 ; 
John, Crowner, 11 ; Jol 
12, 179 ; Katherine. 175 : 
Margaret, 179; Margery, 
143, 145 ; Richard, 175 ; Ro- 
bert, 179; Roger, 82, 178, 

179 ; Thomas, 179 ; William. 
178, 179. 

Milnrti it. 1 5. 

Milnex, Alice, 75, ; John, 75. 

Milton,Cicely,187;William,187. 

Milty, or Mitley, Richard, is. 

Minshull, 16, 63, 87, 180, 203. 

MlNSllUl.L. ISO; Aliee. 69, 70. 

ISO; Bridget, ISO; Christo- 
pher, ISO; Dorothy, ISO; Ed- 
ward, 69.180 ; Eleanor, 180; 
Elizabeth, 14, 18, 51, 180, 192, 

245. 268 : 

180 : Geoffrey, 60 ; G 
180; Gertrude. 180 ; Honor, 

0; Hugh, ISO; Isabel, 1 0; 
James, ISO ; Jane, \<^>. 180 ; 
John. 7o, 103, 122, 128, 168, 
ISO, 192. 215; .lol.et, 88 : 
Katherine, 180, 192 ; Mar- 
garet. 97,128,180, 185 ; Mar- 
gery, 122, 210: Mary, ISO ; 
Maud, 103; Nicholas, 11; 
Randall, 18, 180; Richard, 8, 
88, 180; Robert, 268 : Rose, 
15 ; Thomas, s. 12. 97. 1 0. 
235; William. 1-0. 185, 210; 
— , 135. 
Mirfield, Katherine, 140 ; Wil- 
liam. 110; — , si. 

Mbb rl ». 159. 223. 

MobberUv. Modberley.or Mod- 
bury, Elizabeth, 228 ; Emn a. 
107 ; Sir Henry, 110 
Hugh, 111:1 abel, 110 : -ir 
John, 36 ; Kath, rine. 51. Ill ; 

2 P 



290 



THE VISITATIONS OF CHESHIRE. 



Mary, 139 ; Sir William, 31 
139, 228 ; William, 107. 
Mohun, Lady, 144. 
Mokas, or Monkas, Anne, 51 

William, 51. 
Mollington, Elizabeth, 155 ; 

Geoffrey, 155. 
Molyneux, 102. 

Molyneux, Anne, 88, 216 ; Elea- 
nor, 69 ; Ellen, 220 ; John, 
108 ; Margaret, 68, 108, 153, 
235, 242 ; Sir Richard. 153, 
216, 220, 235, 242 ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 88 ; William, 68 ; — , 
68, 102. 
Molyns, 139. 
Monboucher, 99. 
Montalto, 180. 

MONTALTO, or Monhalt, 181 ; 
Agnes, 6 ; Beatrice, 95, 159, 
161. 182 ; Blanch, 182 ; Cice- 
ly, 182 ; Emma, 182 ; Helen, 
181, 182; Joan, 182 ; John, 
181, 182; Luca, 188; Mili- 
cent, 182 ; Ralph, 182 ; Robert, 
Lord, 161 ; Robert, Seneschal 
of Chester, 143, 182 ; Robert, 
181, 182 ; Sir Roger, 95 ; 
Roger, Seneschal of Chester, 
41, 182; Roger, 159, 181,182, 
194 ; William, 182 ; Sir — , 
6 ; — , 231. 
Monibegoti, 182. 
Montbegon, John, 182 ; Roger, 

182. 
Montgomery, Dorothy, 36 ; Sir 

John, 36. 
Moores, Hamnett, 265 ; Jane, 

265. 
Moothlow, or Mortlow, — . 104. 
More, Cicely, 196 ; Sir Edward, 
165 ; Eleanor. 133 ; Jane, 
191; John, 152; Katherine, 
242 ; Margaret, 152 ; Raudall. 
8, 196 ; Sir William, 96. 
Morgan, Isabel, 29. 
Morley, 217. 

Morley, or Norley, Jane, 265 ; 
Maud, 151, 152 ; Ralph, 265 ; 
Roger, 217 ; Sir Thurston, 
151. 152. 
Morsterton, Margery, 166 ; Tho- 
mas, 166. 
Mortimer, Hugh, 15 ; — , 

20. 
Morton, 1S2. 

Morton, 182 ; Alice, 42, 94, 
183, 196 ; Anne, 183 ; Bea- 
trice, 1S3 ; Edmund, 94; 
Edward, 94 ; Elizabeth, 
183, 220; Ellen, 183: 
Graham, 183. 195; Hugh, 
255 ; Jane, 183 ; Joan, 183 ; 
John, 10, 183, 220 ; Margaret, 
60, 183, 255 ; Mary, 183 ; 
Ralph, 183 ; Sir Richard, 
183; Thomas, 183; Toby, 
183 ; William, 42, 60, 183. 
196 ; — , 191. 
Morvile, Edward, 110 ; Hugh, 
110. 



Mosoke, Henry, 245 ; Jane, 
245. 

Moston, Alice, 207 ; Elizabeth, 
250 ; Jane, 96 ; Richard, 96, 
250. 

Mottershead, Geoffrey, 9 ; Tho- 
mas, 10. 

Mottou, Ralph, 159. 

Mottram, 58. 

Mottram, Alice, 32 ; Hugh, 9 ; 
— , 58. 

Moulson, Alice, 13 ; Thomas, 7, 
13. 

Moulton, Cicely, 55 ; John, 55. 

Mounteagle, Edward, Lord, 
140. 

Mountford, 35. 

Mountford, Eatherine, 36. 

Mowbray, Ellen, 216 ; Jane, 
241, 242 ; Thomas, Duke of 
Norfolk, 216 ; William, Lord, 
241, 242. 

Moycock, Adam, 201. 

Moyne, Mary, 67. 

Muffett, Elizabeth, 81 ; Leo- 
nard, 81. 

Mustell, Adam, 92. 



N 

Necdham, 184. 

Needham, 184 ; Agnes. 218 ; 
Anne, 184 ; Frances, 184 ; 
Isabel, 50, 184, 204; Jane, 
184 ; Sir John, 218 ; John, 
184; Margery, 184; Maud, 
184 ; Sir Robert, 184 ; Robert, 
1S4 ; Thomas, 184 ; William, 
50, 184; — , 229, 256. 

Netherland, John, 11. 

Nevill, Margaret, 140 ; Sir Ro- 
bert, 140. 

Newce, Anne, 106. 

Newman, Alice, 127 ; John, 127. 

Newport, 114. 

Newport, Dorothy, 115 ; Jane, 
187 ; John. 115 ; Margaret, 
49 ; Sir Richard, 49 ; Robert, 
187 ; — , 16. 

Newton, 184, 185. 

Newton. 184. 185 ; Alice, 116, 
146 ; Anne, 184, 185 ; Arthur, 
113, 184 ; Charles, 184 ; 
Edward, 9 ; Eleanor, 113, 

184 ; Elizabeth, 184 ; Ellen, 

185 ; Francis, 184 ; George, 
9, 146 ; Hugh, 138 ; Humfrey, 
185 ; Jane, 138 ; John, 184, 
185 ; Julian. 71 ; Katherine, 
185 ; Margaret, 184 ; Mary, 
178, 184 ; Maud, 184 ; Oliver, 
185 ; Parnell, 72. 178, 185 ; 
Sir Peter, 113, 184 ; Randall, 
185 ; Richard, 185 ; Thomas, 
184 ; William, 10, 72, 178, 
185. 

Nigel, Baron of Saltan, 5,239. 

Nigel de Aurenges, Baron of 
Halton, Constable and Mar- 
shal of Chester, 2, 5, 110. 



Noroury, 186. 

Norbdrt, 186 ; Alice, 186 ; 
Anne, 56, 186 ; Cicely, 56 ; 
Elizabeth. 55, 56, 186 ; Ellen, 
56 ; Sir Henry, 56, 186 ; 
Henry, 186; Jane,23,56, 186; 
Sir John, Treasurer of Eng- 
land, 55 ; Sir John, 56 ; John, 
23, 24, 186, 211 ; Margaret, 
186 ; Randall, 9 ; Thomas, 55. 

Norfolk, Thomas, Duke of, 216. 

Norley, 217. 

Norley. See Morley. 

Normancell, William, 11. 

Normandy, Robert, Duke of, 4. 

Normannus, Hugh, son of, 181 ; 
Rodolfus, son of, 181. 

Normanvile, Maud, 112 ; Sir 
Piers, 112. 

Norris, Agnes, 26 ; Anne, 176 ; 
Clemenee, 140 ; Elizabeth, 
156,233; Ellen, 234; Henry, 
140 ; John, 234 ; Katherine, 
108 ; Margaret, 31, 81 ; Rich- 
ard, 31, 81 ; Thomas, 156 ; 
Sir William, 176 ; William, 
26, 108. 

Norton, Richard, 157. 

Nowden, Hugh, 211 ; Kathe- 
rine, 211. 

Nowell, Anne, 203 ; Charles, 
203. 

Nvthall, 186. 

NUTHALL, 186 ; Agnes, 187 
Alice, 130, 187 ; Jane, 187 
John, 187; Richard, 130,187 
William, 187. 



O 

Offerton, 253. 

Offerton, — , 253. 

Offley, Dorothy, 244 ; Hugh, 
244. 

Ogles, Isabel, 138 ; John, 138. 

Okehill, Eleanor, 120. 

Okeover, Lawrence, 160 ; Mar- 
garet, 160. 

Okes, Gregory, 9 ; Katherine, 
77 ; Richard, 77. 

UUfeU. 21. 

Oldfeld, Eleanor, 22, 166 ; Eliz- 
abeth, 22 ; Margaret, 22 ; 
Michael, 166 ; Philip, 22 ; 
Richard, 21, 22. 

OWiavgh, 210. 

Oldhaugh, — , 210. 

Olton, 185, 187, 218. 

Olton, 187 ; Agnes, 217 
Cicely, 187 ; Eleanor, 187 
217,219; Ellen, 244; Emma 
187 ; Henry, 187 ; Isabel, 187 
Joan, 187, 217, 218 ; John 
144, 174, 185, 187, 217-219 
Katherine, 187 ; Margarei 
29, 185, 187. 217-219 ; Maud 
120, 187, 198 ; Pelecina, or 
Pelezina, 174, 217 ; Ralph, 
187 ; Randall, 29, 187 ; Ran- 
dolph, 144,217; Robert, 120, 



INDEX. 



291 



187, 198, 214 ; Roger, 1S7 ; 
Thomas, 187. 

Orange, Margaret, 118. 

Ormesbaw, orOnnesham, Jane, 
1 r>7 : Catherine, 51 ; Thomas, 
51 ; William, 137. 

Ormestou, Agnes, 190 ; Cathe- 
rine, 190, 217 ; Richard, 
217. 

On-cbij, 35. 41, 99, 188, 1S9. 

Orreby, 188 ; Alice, 188 ; Anne, 

188 ; Blanch, 1S2 ; Florence, 

189 ; Foulk, Lord of Dalby, 
188 ; Foulk, 41 ; Gilbert, 1SS ; 
Herbert. Lord of Gosworth, 

188 ; Herbert, 100, 188 ; La- 
bel, 100, 189 ; Joan, 189 ; 
Sir John, Lord of Foulk, 
Sunpleton, and Dalby, 189 ; 
John, Lord and Baron of Can- 
desley, 189 ; John, 88, 188 ; 
Luca, 188 ; Lucy, 100, 1S8 ; 
Margaret, 188, 189; Sir Philip, 
Justice of Chester, 144, 159, 
184, 246 ; Philip, 182, 1SS, 

189 ; Richard, 100, 188 ; Ro- 
bert, 188 ; Sir Thomas, 100 ; 
Thomas, 100, 188. 

OrreU, 189. 

Obeell, 189 ; Adam, 189 ; 

Agnes, 190 ; Alice, 190 ; 

Anne. 190 ; Elizabeth, 65. 

190 ; Ellen. 189, 190 ; Fran- 
cis, 191 ; Helene, 190; Heury, 
190; Hugh, 190 j Jane, 189; 
Sir John, 189 ; John, 65, 189, 
190; Kathcrine, 190; Mar- 
gery, 190 ; Mary, 190 ; Nicho- 
las, 189 ; Ralph, 190 ; Sir 
Richard, 189 ; Richard, 191 ; 
Robert, 190, 191 ; Thomas, 
189, 190; William, 190. 

Orton, Elizabeth, 267 ; Mar- 
garet, 80 ; Thomas, 80, 267. 

Otley, Mary, 53. 

Oughtrington, John, 145 ; Peter, 
145. 

Oulgrave, — , 51. 

Ourcsby, William, Justice of 
Chester, 241. 

Overton, David, 161; EUzabeth, 
267 ; Hova, 161 ; John, 161 ; 
Richard. 161 ; Robert, 161 ; 
Thomas, 267 ; William, 161. 

Owen Gwyncdd, 268. 

Ovvsinger, Cicely, 141 ; Thomas, 
141. 

Oxford, Edward, Earl of, 226 ; 
John, Earl of, 226. 



Page, Ellen, 65 ; Jane, 230 ; 

Margery, 2118 : Maud, 210 ; 

Nicholas. 65, 230; Roger, 10. 
Paghden, Roger, 200. 
Paginton, Anne, 104; Sir John, 

104. 
Painter. Isabel, 29. 
Pantolle, Rose, 225 ; Sir Wil- 



liam, Lord of Cabulston and 
Hales, 225. 

Paris, Sir John. 143. 

Parker, 20. 49, 51.67. 

Parker. (1 'gc. 12 ; James, 209 ; 

Joan. 60, 67 ; John, 50, 67 ; 
Paruell, 209. 

Parr, L93. 

Parr, 193; Alice. 146 ; Elea- 
nor, 193 ; Elizabeth, 193 ; 
John. 145, 103 ; Margaret. 
200 ; Mary, 51 ; Robert. 11, 
193 ; Thomas, Lord, 51 ; Tho- 
mas, 193 ; Sir William, 200 ; 
William, 193. 

Partington, John, 12. 

Parvish, Alice, 141 ; Henry, 
141. 

Paston, Joyce, 154. 

Patraer, Henry, 260 ; Jeliam, 
260. 

Patrick, Beatrice, 159, 161 ; 
Isabel, 159. 161 ; Sir Wil- 
liam, 159, 161 ; William, 158, 
198. 

Pauncefoot, — , 205. 

Paver, Ellen, 77, 105 ; Piers, 
77. 105. 

Pawlett, Sir George, 152 ; Jane, 
152 ; — , Marquis of Win- 
chester, 152. 

Paynter, Benedict, 10. 

Peever, Cicely, 101 ; John, 101. 

Pelham, Elizabeth, 49 ; Sir 
William, 49. 

Pembridge, Mary, 192 ; Ralph, 
192. 

Pembroke, John, Lord, 5. 

Pembruge, Sir Fuulke, 225 ; 
Margaret, 225. 

Pendleton, Cicely, 70 ; George, 
70. 

Penington, 124. 

Peniston, Lettice, 136. 

Penketh, Elizabeth, 218 ; Mar- 
garet, 21 ; Thomas, 218. 

Perch. Matilda, Countess of, 5. 

Pereival, Agnes, 104 ; Margaret, 
116 ; William. 104, 146. 

Percy, Henry, Lord, 1S9 ; Joan, 
189 ; Mary, 189. 

Perpoint, Margaret, 1 14 ; Row- 
land, 114 ; Sibell, 91 ; Sir 
Simon, 91. 

Persall, Anne, 44 ; John, 14. 

Peverell, Albreda, 5 ; William, 5. 

Pexsall. Eleanor, 24, 69, 204 ; 
Sir Richard. 24. 69, 200, 204. 

Phillibert, Sir John, 225. 

Phillips, Anne, 272 ; William, 
272. 

Pichard, Alice, 88 ; Jane, 97 ; 

Sir Nicholas, 88 ; Peter. 96, 
Pickering. John, 5S; Kathcrine, 
58. 

rirhnrrr. 29. 

Pickmerc, Robert, 10 ; — , 29. 
Pigott, Anne, 86 ; Dorothy, 

170; James, 10; John, 86; 

Margaret, 111: Randall, 111; 

Thomas, 9 ; — , 151. 



Pilkington, Alice, 204 ; Jane. 71 ; 
sir John, IK) ; Margaret, 
14, 140 ; Roger, 204 ; Tho- 
mas, 110. 
Pincerna, Richard, 160. 
Pitton [jrrf/KsFitton], Hamon, 

35. 
Pixstoke, — , 63. 
Plackney, Edward, 103 ; Mary, 

103. 
Piatt, Alice, 23 ; Hugh, 23 ; 

John, 23 ; Richard, 23. 
Plewin, John, 120 ; Lucy, 120. 
I'leyley, Alice, 131 ; George 131. 
Plumley, Christian, 252 ; Wil- 
liam, 252. 
Poiuton, Cicely. 241 ; Edith, 
241 ; Edward, Lord, 211 ; 
Edward, 241 ; Eleanor, 241 ; 
John, Lord, 241. 
Pole, Isabel, 145; Sir John, 145. 
Polsted, — , 96, 
Poole, 191. 

Poole, 191 ; Anne, 193, 243; 
Barnabas. 192 ; Benett, 192; 
Blanch, 26, 192; Bridget, 193; 
Cicely, 263 ; Eleanor, 1 93 ; 
Elizabeth, 180, 192, 197 ; 
Ellen, 268 ; Frances, 192 ; 
Francisca, 192; Grace, 192; 
Henry, 193; Isabel. 130,192; 
Sir John, 263 ; John, 11, 180, 
191-193, 215, 263, 268 ; Ca- 
therine, 180, 192 ; Mabel, 192, 
260 ; Margaret, 192, 193 ; 
Margery, 192; Mary, 192, 193, 
215, 247; Maud, 108, 192, 
193; Ralph. 166, 192; Ran- 
dall, 192. 243 ; Richard, 192; 
Robert, 192 ; Rowland, 193; 
Susan, 192 : Sir Thomas, 26, 
130, 180, 192, 247 ; Thomas, 
192 ; Sir William, 108, 192, 
260; William, 191-193; — , 
103, 128, 177. 
Poppy, Alice, 256 ; Richard, 

256. 
Portugal, Kathcrine. daughter 

of the King of, 63. 
Pott, John, 21) ; Walburgh, 

211. 
Pount, John, 90. 
Pountfret, Jane, 39 ; Ralph, 39. 
Povey, David, 7. 
Powell, Eleanor, 195; Margaret, 
116. 162 ; Robert, 162; Tho- 
mas, 195 ; T., 116; — , 175. 
Powis, Owen, Prince of, 95, 159. 
Pun-nail, 185. 
Pownall, Henry, 9. 
Prachett, John, 8. 
Praers, 45. 49, 52, 74, 102, 164, 

184. 
Praers, Agnes, 50, 56 ; Ellen, 
52 ; Henry. 52 ; Jane, 52 ; 
Joan, 52 ; Lettice, 60, 56 ; 
Margaret, 52 ; Ralph, 160; 
Robert. 160 : Roger, 52 ; Wil- 
liam, 50, 52, 56, 165. 
Prees, — , 161. 
Prenton, 123, 



292 



THE VISITATIONS OF CHESHIRE. 



Prenton, — , 123. 

Prescott, Agatha, 234 ; Alice, 
88 ; Jenkin, 234 ; Sir Richard, 
88. 

Prestltind, 53, 193. 

Prestland. 193 ; Alice, 194 ; 
Anne, 194 ; Elizabeth. 194 ; 
Ellen, 194; Hugh, 194; Isa- 
bel. 131 ; Jane, 171, 194; 
John. 8, 194 ; Katherine, 64; 
Margaret, 39, 194 ; Margery, 
167, 194 ; Maud, 194; Ran- 
dall, 167 ; alias Bulkeley, 
Richard, 55 ; Richard, 64, 
171, 194 ; William, 10, 39, 
191 ; — , 53. 54. 

Proudlove, Maud, 117. 

Pvdsey, 229. 

Puleston. 191 ; Agnes, 161 ; 
Anne, 108. 192, 254, 260 ; 
Edmund, 254 ; Sir Edward, 
192; Edward. 192,260; John, 
191 ; Jordan, 191 ; Sir Rich- 
ard, 191 ; Robert, 191 : ISir 
Roarer, 191, 192, 260 ; Roger, 
108', 161, 191,192,260; Susan, 
49 ; William. 191. 

Pulford, 107. 237. 251, 260. 
Pufford, Robert, 251, 267 ; Wer- 
burgh, 133. 

Pype,89. 

Pype, Sir James, 89. 

Q 

Quincy, Hawise, 3, 5, 27 ; Mar- 
!. Countess of Lincoln, 
6 ; Robert, Earl of Win- 
chester and Lincoln, 3, 5, 27. 

R 

Radeliffe, 18, 45. 

Radeliffe, Agnes, 140 ; Alex- 
ander. 75. 110; Anne, 111); 
Elizabeth, S2 ; Joan. 208 : 
John, 199, 208, 213 ; Kathe- 
rine, 75 : Margaret, 19. 199 ; 
Maud. 144, 148; Miriell, 213 : 
Richard. 19, 144. 148 ; Sir 
Walter, 195 ; William, 82, 
151 ; — , 19. 

Balance, or Relauce [reetius 
Rvlands], Elizabeth, 175 ; 
William, 175. 

Rathbon, — , 48. 

Ravenscroft, 70.194. 

Ravenscroft, 194 ; Alice, 175, 
195; Anne. 195; Anthony, 
195, Dorothy, 195 ; Edward, 
195 ; Eleanor, 195 ; Eliza- 
beth, 96, 195 ; George, 195 ; 
Henry, 195 ; Hugh, 194 ; 
bel, 194 ; John, 195; Ka- 
therine. 108, 195, 260; Mar- 
iret, 70 ; Maud, 195 ; Peter, 
195 ; Ralph, 195 ; Roger, 195; 
Thomas. 70, 96, 10S, 175, 195, 
260; William, 194, 195. 

Ravenshaw, Eleanor, 116. 



Rawson, Jane, 42 ; Roger, 42. 
Bayley, 62. 

Rayley, Elizabeth, 62 ; Richard, 
62 ; Margaret, 62 ; William, 
62. 

Raynes, Alice, 22 ; William, 22. 

Reader, Sibell, 14 ; Thomas, 14. 

Redish, Dorothy. 46 ; Eleanor, 
108, 195, 260 ; Elizabeth, 126 ; 
George, 46 ; Maud, 168 ; 
Ralph, 9 ; Robert, 260 ; Tho- 
mas, 108, 126, 168, 260; — . 
146. 

Rees, Margery, 250 ; William, 
250. 

Reignold, Jane, 61 ; John, 61. 

11, mpston, 201. 

Rempston, Sir Thomas, 200, 201. 

Renolds, Anne, 21; William. 21. 

Reve, Mary, 206 ; Ralph, 206. 

Revell, Cicely, 246 ; Hugh, 74 ; 
Katherine, 74 ; Robert, 246. 

Rey, 62. 

Rey, Elizabeth. 62 ; Ellen, 62 ; 
William. 62. 

Rice ap Griffith, 188. 

Richard, Cadwallader ap, 253. 

Richardson, Arthur, 127 ; Ka- 
therine, 127 ; Thomas, 8. 

Richmond, Conan, Earl of, 4 ; 
Randolph, Earl of, 3. 

Ricott, — , 126. 

Ridgeley, Anne, 243 ; George, 
Sergeant-at-Arms, 243. 

Ridley, 71. 

Ridley, Bishop, 205 ; Maud, 
108. 

Ridware, 68, 260. 

Rigeway, James, 9. 

Rigmaden, Jane, 81. 

Risley, Sir Henry, 88 ; Mar- 
garet, 88. 

Rivers. William, Earl, 50. 

Rivett, Mirabel], 25. 

Rixton, 114, 124. 

Roberts, Frances, 25 ; Judith, 
25 ; Walter. 25. 

Robins, William, 200, 201. 

Robinson, Bridget, 72 ; John, 
10 ; Margery, 175. 

Rodall, — , 74. 

Rode, 195. 

Rode, 195 ; Alice, 24, 183, 196 
Anne, 196 ; Barbara, 196 
Elizabeth, 196 ; Ellen, 183 
Emma, 30 ; Henry, 195 
Hugh, 7 ; Jane, 196 ; John 
10. 24, 195, 196 ; Katherine 
196; Margaret, 196; Mar 
gery, 220 ; Randall, 10, 196 
Richard, 195, 196 ; Robert, 
183, 195 ; Thomas, 183, 195, 
196 ; William. 220. 

Roderick ap Griffin, 95. 

Rogers, Thomas, 116; Urian, 
116. 

Rogerson, Eleanor, 69 ; Hugh, 
69, 264. 

Roleston, Elizabeth, 135 ; Tho- 
mas, 135. 

Romare, Havise, 4 ; Lucy, 4 ; 



Roger, 4 ; William, Earl of 
Lincoln, 4. 

Ropp, 196. 

ROPP, 196 ; Alice, 196 ; Anne, 
197 ; Bridget, 197 ; Cicely, 
102, 197 ; Edmund, 196 ; 
Eleanor. 196; Elizabeth, 197; 
Ellen, 196; Henry. 8, 102, 
197 ; Jane, 196 ; John, 196, 
197 ; Lawrence, 177, 196, 197, 
235 ; Margaret, 196, 235 ; 
Margery, 196 ; Mary, 177, 
197; Randall, 196; Richard, 
196. 

Rosingreve, Anne, 25 ; John, 7; 
Richard, 25. 

Ross, Cecil, Lord, 124 ; Mary, 
189 ; Robert, Lord. 189. 

Row, 197. 

Row, 197 ; Alice, 197 ; Anne, 
116; Eleanor, 197; George, 
116 ; Isabel, 197 ; Margaret, 

197 ; Mary, 180 ; Owen, 180; 
Ralph, 197 ; Richard, 197 ; 
Roger, 9, 197 ; Stephen, 197 ; 
Thomas, 197 ; William, 197. 

Rowland, — , 257. 

Rowlett, Elizabeth, 80; Wil- 
liam, 80. 

Rowley, Eva, 133 ; Geoffrey, 
133 ; Robert, 10. 

Roydon, Jane, 31 ; Mary, 180 ; 
Owen, 180. 

Rudyard, Alice, 42 ; Ralph, 42. 

Rushton, Maud, 130. 

Rutland, Edward, Earl of, 124 ; 
Isabel, Countess of, 124; Tho- 
mas, Earl of, 204. 

Rutter, 197, 

RUTTEK, 197; Anne, 198; 
Blanch, 116 ; Eleanor, 198 ; 
Elizabeth, 198 ; George, 19S ; 
Grace, 198 ; Jasper, 8 ; John, 

198 ; Margaret, 198 ; Mar- 
gery, 198 ; Mary, 198 ; Maud, 
187, 198 ; Richard, 187, 198 ; 
Thomas, 10, 116, 198 ; Wil- 
liam, 197. 198 ; — , 70. 

Ryley, Arnold, 149 ; Elizabeth, 
149 ; Margery, 149 ; Richard, 
9 ; Robert, 9. 



S 



Sale, 144. 

Sale, Frances, 226. 

Salisbury, Elizabeth, Countess 
of, 181 ; William, Earl of, 6, 
20. 

Salmon, William, 8. 

Salt, — , 30. 

Salusiury, 259. 

Salusbury, Elizabeth, 259 ; 
Hugh. 259 ; Jane, 176 ; Sir 
John, 176. 

Salutiar', Marquis, 6. 

Sampson, Alice, 106. 

Samsbury, or Sambury, Bea- 
trice, 83, 84, 111 ; Thomas, 
83, 84, 111. 



INDEX. 



293 



Bandbaoh, Isabel, 141, 147 ; Sir 

Piers, 141 ; Sir Richard, 147. 
Sanders, Alice, 115 ; Lawrence, 

115. 
Sandford, 92. 
Sandford, Elizabeth, 249 ; 

George, 108 ; babel, 98 ; 

Jane, 49, 108 ; Juan, 92 ; Sir 

Lawrence, 92 ; Richard, 4',) ; 

Robert, 98. 
Bandiff, 268, 
Sanky, Jane, 146; Thomas, 

146. 
Sanley, — , 10. 
Saundcr, John, 12, 
Saunders, Anne, 130 ; William, 

136. 
Savage, 199, 202, 205. 
£ \\ \..i:. 199-204 ; Alice. 42, 

203, 2(14; Amy, 204; Anne. 
28. 203, 204 ; Sir Arthur. 2o 1 ; 
Avice, 203 ; Beatrice. 21 13 ; 
Blanch, 76, 203 ; Sir Christo- 
pher, 204 ; Dorothy, 121,201, 
233, 234 ; Dyes, 205 ; alias 
Bonner, Edmund, 205 ; Sir 
Edward. 154, 204 : Edward, 
204 ; Eleanor, 24. 69, 153, 
203-205; Elizabeth, 44, 72. 

204, 205 ; Ellen, 183, 203, 

205, 239 ; George, 121. 204, 
205 ; Henry, 204 ; Sir Hum- 
phrey, 204 '; Isabel, 151, 204 ; 
James, 76. 204 ; Jane, 203, 
204 ; Sir John. 11, 24, 28,42, 
44, 69, 72, 82, 88. 121, 149, 
162, 153, 166, 198-205, 215, 
216, 22:.. 233, 23 1.239; John, 
151, 199, 200, 204 ; Kathc- 
rine, 152, 203, 204, 216 ; 
Lawrence, 204 ; Margaret, 
42. 88, 149, 152. 166. 199-201, 
203-205 ; Margery 72 ; Mary, 
154, 201.215 ; .Maud, 65, 200, 
201, 2o;j; Parnell, 203; 
Polinex, 204; Randall, 205; 
Sir Richard, 204 ; Richard, 
12, 204 ; Sir Robert. 21 13 ; 
Roger, 204 ; Thomas, Archbp. 
of York, 204; Thomas, 204 ; 
William, 183, 204 ; — , 157. 

Ravel], Dorothy, 108 ; Henry, 
108. 

Scarisbrick, or Scarsbridge, 
Elizabeth, 215, 260; James, 
215, 260; Margaret, 215; 
— , 130. 

Scanning, Edmund, 245 ; Elea- 
nor, 245. 

Scott, 1. 

Scott, Isabel, 86; Jane, 4; 
John, Earl of Chester and 
Huntingdon, 1, 3, 4 ; Thomas, 
86. 

Scrimshaw, or Scrimsher, Alice, 
219 ; Isabel, 215 ; John, 245 ; 
Margaret, 193 ; Richard. 
193. 

Scriven, — , 89. 

Scroop, Katherine. 63 ; Rich- 
ard, 107 ; — , Lord, 63. 



Seacome, Margaret, 265 ; Wil- 
liam, 265. 

Secondary, Christopher, 71. 

Segerston, Elizabeth, 69 ; John, 
69. 

Serle, — , 205. 

Seworth, Isabel. 200. 

Shakelton, Elizabeth, 263. 

SHAKEELEY, 206 ; Anne. 207; 
Eleanor, 180; Elizabeth, 
148, 166, 207 ; Emma, 207 ; 
Geoffrey, 21, 172, 207, 229 ; 
formerly Tildesley, Geoffrey, 
2oii ; Isabel, 207, 229 ; Jane, 
21, 207; Margaret, 172; 
Peter, 148, 166, ISO, 207 ; — , 
206. 

Shalcrow, 206. 

Shalckoss, or Shakelcross, 
206 ; Alice, 206 ; Amy. 211 : 
Anne, 206 ; Charles, 206 ; 
Darby, 206, 256 ; Edward, 
206. 256 ; Elizabeth, 206 ; 
Isabel, 206 ; Jane. 206 ; John, 
206 ; Katherine, 206 ; Law- 
rence, 206 ; Leonard, 211 ; 
Lionel, 74 ; Margaret, 206, 
256 ; Margery, 74 ; .Mary, 

206 ; Otwell, 206, 256. 
Sham, 102. 

Shaw, Alice, 210 ; Katherine, 
265; Margaret. 117 ; Mar- 
gery. 235 ; Otwell, 210 ; 
Randall, 235 ; Randolph, 
265 ; — , 117. 

Shawcross, Elizabeth, 130 ; 
James, 130. 

Sheapsed, — , 205. 

Sheffield, Ellen. 78 ; Margaret, 
102 ; Robert, 78, 102 ; — , 
Lord, 78. 

Sheldon, Margaret, 78 ; Tho- 
mas, 78. 

Shelton, Margaret, 51 ; Wil- 
liam, 51 ; — , 133. 

Shepley, Margaret, 81 ; Ralph, 
81. 

Sherborne, Maud, 34 ; Sir Rich- 
ard, 34. 

Sherloe, Margery, 122. 

Sherrard, Anne, 59 ; Robert, 
59. 

Shert, or Sheyte, William, 9. 

Shirrard, Robert, Lord of Che- 
tilton, 47, 89. 

Shocklach, Leigh, 162 ; Mar- 
garet, 30 ; Thomas, 30. 

Shrigley, 207. 

SHEIGLEY, 207 ; Alice, 207 ; 
Anne, 207 ; Blanch, 207 ; 
Edmund, 207 ; Elizabeth, 

207 ; Ellen, 18, 207 ; Fran- 
cis, 207 ; Isabel. 207 ; Jane. 
2o7 ; sir John, 207 ; John, 
207 ; Margaret, 207 ; Mar- 
gery, 207 ; Reynold, 207 ; 
Roger, 207 : Thomas, 9, 18, 
207 ; William, 207. 

Shute, Jane, 115 ; Robert, 
Baron of the Exchequer, 
115. 



Sibell, Anne, 131 ; Maud, 36 ; 
Nicholas, 131 ; Thomas, 36. 

Siddinghall, Ralph, 7. 

Siddington, 99. 

Sidney, Ellen, 56 ; William, 56. 

Sighardus, 132. 

Silvester, 213, 214. 

Silvester, Agnes, 213, 267 ; 
Alan alias Sauvage, Lord of 
Sturton and Picton, 212, 267 ; 
Alexander. 212, 213 ; Ama- 
bella, 267 ; Jane, 212 ; Ran- 
dolph, 267. 

Simson, John, 272 ; Mary, 272. 

N/'. oington, 194. 

Skevington, John, 194 ; Mary, 
194 ; Maud, 252 ; Rose, 194, 
251 ; William, 194, 252. 

Slade, Isabel, 245 ; John, 133. 

Slany, Mary, 244 ; Sir Stephen, 
244. 

Smallwood, Anne, 101 ; Jane, 
117. 

SmethmAok, 208. 

Smethwick, 208 ; Alice, 208, 
220 ; Anne, 209, 236 ; Ed- 
ward, 209 ; Elizabeth, 208 ; 
Emma, 69, 208 ; Frances. 
209 ; Geoffrey, 208 ; Hugh, 
208: Isabel, 208; Jane, 208 ; 
Joan, 208 ; John, 208 ; Mar- 
gery, 208; Maud, 106. 209 ; 
Nicholas, 208 ; Owen, 208 ; 
Parnell, 209 ; Randall, 208 ; 
Richard, 208; Robert. 208; 
Thomas, 10, 69, 166, 208, 209, 
236 ; Thurston, 208 ; Wil- 
liam. 208, 209 ; — , 101. 

SmAtlt, 209, 210. 

Smith, 209, 210; Agnes, 102, 

209 ; Alice, 206, 210 ; Amy, 
211 ; Andrew, 209 ; Anne, 
17, 209, 236 ; Arthur, 210, 
211 ; Edmund, 209 ; Edward, 

209, 211 ; Elizabeth, 32, 41, 

210 ; Francis, 211 ; George, 
8, 209 ; Hester, 211 ; Sir 
Hugh, 209 ; Hugh, 209, 210 ; 
Jane, 29, 171, 209-211, 240; 
Joan, 120; John, 41, 69, 116, 
122, 210, 211 ; Katherine, 
42, 209, 211 ; Sir Lawrence, 
8, 102, 209 ; Lawrence, 209, 
240; Margaret, 116, 122, 177, 

210. 211 ; Margery, 17, 69, 
210: Mary, 209, 211 ; Maud, 

210 ; Paul, 211 ; Ralph, 206, 
210, 211 ; Randall, 29, 210, 

211 ; Reynold, 210 ; Richard, 

210 ; alias Tarbock, Richard, 
191 ; Robert, 177, 210 ; 
Stephen, 209 ; Sir Thomas, 
42, 171. 209, 210, 215; Tho- 
mas. 166, 209. 210; Ursula, 
209, 215 ; Veronica, 211 ; 
Walburgh, 211 ; Sir William, 
17 ; William, Rouge Dragon, 

211 ; William, 210, 211 ; — , 
96. 120. 

Smythe, Ellen, 265 ; John, 266 ; 
Margaret, 266 ; Thomas, 265. 



294 



THE VISITATIONS OF CHESHIRE. 



Snead, Jane, 148 ; Mary, 78 ; 
Sir William, 78, 148 ; Wil- 
liam, 175. 

Sru Uton, 30. 

Snelstou. Alice, 30 ; Margaret, 
30 ; Robert, 30. 

Sneston, John, 9. 

Somerford, Anne. 42 ; Eleanor, 
23, 69 ; Henry, 69 ; John, 
10 ; Thomas. 23, 42. 

Somerset, Charles, Earl of Wor- 
cester, 44, 204 ; Elizabeth, 
44, 204. 

Somershall, Anne, 255 ; Ralph, 
255. 

Somervile, Lord of Aljmim, 85. 

Somervile, Edmund, 188 ; Eliza- 
beth, 188 ; Joan, 188 ; .Maud. 
188 : Philip, 188; Robert, 
188.' 

Somner, Jane, 173 ; Richard, 
173. 

Somd, 62, 193. 

Sound, Joan. 193; Ralph, 8; 
Thomas, 193 ; — , 62. 

Southwell, Anne, 68 ; Anthony, 
68; Francis, 9 I ; John, 94. 

Southworth, Isabel, 88. 

Spar he, 153. 

Sparke, Alice, 14 ; Anne, 198 ; 
Henry, 14 ; Mary, 154 ; Rich- 
ard, 11 ; William, 154, 198; 
— . 164. 

Sparrow, Thomas, 7. 

Spencer, Alice, 96 ; Sir John, 
96 ; Richard, 10. 

Spwstow, 21 1. 

SPURSTOW, 211 ; Alice, 211 ; 
Eleanor, 121,155, 211 ; Eliza- 
beth, 93, 211 ; George. 10, 
165, 211; Isabel, 75; Jane, 
155. 211 ; John, 121, 155, 

211 ; Katherine, 211 ; Mar- 
gery, 198 ; Peter, 211 ; Ran- 
dall, 155, 211 ; Richard, 155, 
211; R., 198; —,62, 161. 

Stafford, 241. 

Stafford, Ada, 231 ; Anne, 242 ; 
Auda, 232 ; Dionisia, 157 ; 
Elizabeth, 188; Henry, 159 : 
Sir Humphrey, 200; Isabel, 
242 ; Jane, 201, 204 ; Sir 
John,212 ; John, 157,188,242 ; 
Katherine, 201 ; Margaret, 

212 ; Millicent, 159; Ralph, 
"the good" Lord, 201. 203, 
242; Sir Richard, 83; Ro- 
bert, 157 ; Thomas, 204 ; Wil- 
liam, 231, 232 ; — , Earl of. 
144 ; — , 87. 

Stmdish, 14. 

Standish, Alice, 14 ; Anne, 124 ; 

Sir Christopher, 14 ; Cle- 

mence, 190 ; Ellen, 140 ; 

Mabel. 192 ; Ralph, 124, 140; 

Richard. 192. 
Stanhope. 201. 
Stanhope, Sir Richard, 200, 

201'. 
Stanley, 92, 201, 212, 214, 216, 

2G0. 



Stanley, 212-216 ; Adam, 212; 
Agnes, 197, 215, 260 ; Alice, 
96, 172. 212, 215; Anne, 140, 
195, 215. 216, 2(10 ; Blanch, 
17, 215 ; Cicely, 229 ; Doro- 
thy, 216; Dowce, 213; Ed- 
ward, Lord Mounteagle, 140; 
Sir Edward, 150, 213 ; Ed- 
ward, 215, 260 ; Elizabeth, 
44, 85, 97, 140, 213, 215, 216, 
243, 260 ; Ellen, 46, 135, 163, 
189 ; Ferdinando, Earl of 
Derby, 96 ; Frances, 78, 96, 
216; Sir George, 81; Grace, 
215, 260 ; Sir Humphrey, 17, 
135,213; Isabel, 81, 151, 212- 

214, 242 ; James. Bp. of Ely, 
46 ; James, Archdeacon of 
Chester, 216 ; James. 150 ; 
.lane, 42, 44. 148, 17J, 213, 
215-217,239,260; Joan, 212, 
213, 216; Sir John, 17, 46, 
172, 190, 212-214, 242 ; John, 
17, 46, 47, 85, 89, 140, 195, 
200, 201, 212, 213, 215, 216, 
243,260; Katherine, 215, 216, 
247, 260; Mabel, 212, Mar- 
garet, 13, 26, 46, 97, 203, 213, 

215. 216, 223 ; Margery, 17, 
50, 191, 212-215; Mary, 193, 
215, 216 ; Maud, 17, 213 ; 
Peter, 200 ; Piers, 163, 215 ; 
Ralph, 216 ; Richard, 215 ; 
Roger, 213 ; Sir Rowland, 11, 
13, 26, 97, 193,215,247,267; 
Rowland, 215, 260; Sarah, 
212; Thomas, Earl of Derby, 
44. 195, 203. 213, 216 ; Tho- 
mas, Lord, 213, 216, 223 ; Sir 
Thomas, 17 ; Thomas, 9, 64, 
78, 203, 213. 216; Ursula, 64, 

215, 216; Walter, 47. 89; Sir 
William, 44, 50, 97, 140, 151, 
171, 172,200, 201, 203, 212- 

216, 239, 260 ; William, 17, 
42, 44, 47, 89, 92, 107, 144, 
171, 215, 216, 247, 260 ; — , 
Earl of Derby, Constable of 
England, 150, 267 ; — , 18, 55. 

Stanton, Anne, 17 ; Margery, 
17 ; William, 17. 

Stapeley, 196. 

Stapeley, Ellen, 269; Peter, 159; 
— , 196. 

Stapleton, 169. 

Stapleton, Sir Drian, 169. 

Starbrigge, Margaret, 192; Tho- 
mas, 192. 

Starky, 217-219, 260. 

Starry, 217-219 ; Agnes, 218 ; 
Alice, 89, 145, 219 ; Amy, 
219 ; Anne, 114, 127, 168, 217- 
219, 245, 255 ; Arthur, 219; 
Bridget, 218 ; Christian, 218 ; 
Dorothy. 219 ; Dowce, 219, 
239 ; Eleanor, 174, 211, 217- 
219 ; Elizabeth, 51, 155, 176, 
217-219 ; Geoffrey, 217, 218 ; 
George, 218 ; Hugh, 137, 217- 
219, 245 ; James, 176, 219; 
Jane, 148, 174,217-219 ; Joan, 



120,217,218; John, 10, 12, 89, 
114,217-219,239; Joyce, 120; 
Judith, 219 ; Katherine, 217- 
219; Lawrence, 217,218; Mar- 
garet. 218; Margery, 137,219; 
Martha, 219 ; Mary, 218 ; 
Maud, 218. 219; Peter, 174, 
217-219 ; Ra'd, 120 ; Ralph, 
219; Randall, 219; Richard, 
145, 148, 168, 217, 218, 255; 
Sibell, 107 ; Thomas, 8, 11, 
51, 107, 174, 211, 217-219 ; 
Timothy, 217, 21S ; Ursula, 
209 ; William, 120 ; — , 53, 
177, 226. 
Starne, Millicent, 48. 
Statham, Isabel, 242 ; John, 

242 ; Ralph, 169. 
Stayley, 35. 
Steele, — , 32. 

Stephen. King of England, 4. 
Stepleton, Thomas, 9. 
Stevenson, Alice, 161 ; Robert, 

161. 
Steventon, Alice, 121 ; John, 

121. 
St. Johns, William, Lord, 56. 
Stockport, 181, 241. 
Stockport, Helen, 181, 182 ; 
Isabel, 240 ; Jane, 242 ; Joan, 
240 ; Margaret, 240-242 ; 
Nicholas, 240 ; Sir Richard, 
242; Richard, 181, 182,240, 
242 ; Sir Robert, 241, 242; 
Rose, 241. 
Stockton, Anne, 257 ; Owen, 7, 
257 ; Richard, 8. See Jen- 
nings. 
Stolie, 15. 
Stoke, Beatrice, 15 ; Isabel, 15 ; 

Randall, 15 ; Rose, 15. 
Stokes, — . 173. 
Stoliete, Elizabeth, 114 ; John, 

111. 
Stonden, Veniam de, 90. 
Stoneley, Elizabeth, 121 ; Rich- 
ard, 11, 121. 
Storky, Elizabeth, 224; God- 
frey, 224. 
Stourton, Agnes, 267 ; Alex- 
ander, 212, 213, 267 ; Ama- 
bella, 267 ; Jane, or Joan, 
Lady of, 212, 267. 
St. Pier, 193 ; Alice, 194 ; A., 
202 ; Dame, 47, 90 ; David, 

193 ; Ellen, 93, 96, 97 ; Ido- 
nea, 95. 159, 161 ; Joan, 193 ; 
Sir John, 96, 159, 162; John, 
104 ; Robert, 193; Sir Drian, 
95, 159, 161 ; Urian, 47, 90, 

194 ; — , 231. 
Strange, 28, 41^5, 198. 
Strange, Anne, 68 ; Eleanor, 6 ; 

Eubolus, Lord, 6 ; Hamon, 
231 ; Hugh, 41 ; John, Lord, 
41 ; Sir John, 225 ; Margaret, 
41, 198 ; Maud. 41 ; Thomas, 
68. 

Stranguish, Sir Giles, 19 ; Mar- 
garet, 19. 

Street, Auue, 79 ; William, 79. 



INDEX. 



295 



Stretton, Henry, 178 ; Mary, 
ITS. 

Stringer, Alice, 24 ; Anne, 24 ; 
I lorothy, 21 ; John, 7, 24 ; 
Katherine, 24 ; Margaret, 24 ; 
Mand, 24 ; Ralph, 24 ; Ro- 
bert, 24 : Roger, 24; Thomas, 
24 ; William. 21. 

Styehe, 66. 

Styche. Eleanor, 66 ; Isabel, 66 ; 
John. 66 ; Katherine, 54, 66 ; 
Thomas. 54. 66 ; William, 66. 

Sudcley, Ralph, Lord, 55. 

Sulini, Alured de, 160. 

Sutton, 22(i. 

Sutton, 220; Adam, 220 ; Alan, 
220; Aliee. 220 ; Anne, 220; 
Cicely, 220 ; David, 161 ; 
Elizabeth. ."6. 154, 183,220; 
Ellen, 220 ; Francis, 220 ; 
Isabel, 96, 159, 161,220,266 : 
Jevan, 161 ; Sir John, 220 ; 
John, 12, 220 ; Margaret, 
220; Margery, 210; Mary, 
220; Sir Richard, 96, 159, 
161, 220; Richard, 9.36, 183, 
220 ; Sir William. 220 ; Wil- 
liam, 10, 210. 

Swane, Agnes, 255 ; Margery, 
256 : Robert, 255. 

Swanwick, Margery, 219. 

Bmettenkam, 194, 220. 

Swettenham. 220; Alice, 220; 
Eleanor, 220; Elizabeth, 220; 
Lawrence, 9, 220 ; Margaret, 
249 ; Margery, 220 ; Mary, 
194 ; Oliver, 220 ; Richard, 
220 ; Sibell. 174 ; Thomas, 
195. 220, 249 ; William, 220. 

Swift. Anne, 127 ; Elizabeth. 
127; Garrett, 127;. lane, 127 ; 
Jasper, 127 ; Katherine, 127. 

Smnerton, 201-203. 

Swinerton, or Swirmington. 
Anne, 15 ; Elizabeth, 200. 
201, 203 ; Ellen, 84, 269 ; 
Jane, 20] ; Maud, 200, 201, 
203 ; Richard, 269 ; Robert, 

200, 201, 203 ; Sir Roper. 200, 

201, 203 ; Roger 201 ; Sir 
Thomas, 84. 201, 203 ; Tho- 
mas. 15 ; — , 77. 

Swim head, 155. 

Smimeyard, 144. 

Swinford, Mary, 59 ; Sir Nor- 
man, 59. 

Swinton, Elizabeth, 22, 138 ; 
Thomas. 22 ; William, 138. 

Sworton, Eitropus, 143. 



TaMey, 71. 

Table'y. Catherine, 199 ; Robert, 
143 ; Thomas, 113, 199. 

Tagesbroc, Richard, 188; Roger, 
188. 

Taker, Alice. 73 ; Thomas, 73. 

Talbott, Anne, 184 ; Elizabeth, 
63 ; Gilbert, 63 ; Sir John, 



184, 192,223; Katherine, 63 ; 

Margaret, 223 ; Mary, 192. 
Tankervile, Karl of, 152. 
Taroock, 189. 
Tarbock, Agnes, 191 ; Cicely, 

190 ; Clemence, 190; Doro- 
thy, 191 ; Edward, 191 : Eliz- 
abeth, 190 : Ellen, 190 ; Sir 
Henry, 190 ; Henry, 189-191 : 
Isabel, 190; Jane, 190, 191, 

236 ; John, 190 : Kathe 

190, 191 ; Margaret, 190 ; 
Margery, 190, 191 ; Mary, 

191 ; Maud. 190; sir Richard, 
190 ; Richard, 189-191, 235; 
alias Smith, Richard. 191 ; 
Robert, 189; Thomas, 191 ; 
Sir William, 191 ; William, 
190, 191. 

Tarlton, Elizabeth, 116. 

Tarven. Richard, 149. 

Tasker, Alice. 127 ; Miles, 127. 

Tatishall, Isabel, 189 ; Robert, 
189. 

Thttenhall, 58. 

Tattbnhall, 60 ; Cicely, 60 ; 
Eleanor, 60. 259 ; Emma. 60, 
SO ; Margaret, 60 ; Maud, 38, 
57, 60 ; Ralph, 60 ; Thomas, 
60,121,259; Totukiii.60; Wil- 
cock, 60 ; William, or Wilkin, 
38, •'■7. 60. 80 ; — ,' 58, 221. 

Tattershall, Thomas, Lord, 59. 

Tattvit. 144. 221. 

Tatton, 221 ; Alan, 143, 170 ; 
Alice, 221 : Bartholomew, 
221 ; Dorothy, 36, 221 ; Ed- 
ward. 221 ; Elizabeth, 221 ; 
Joan, 270; John, 221, 270 ; 
Mabel. 25; Margaret. 61, 221 ; 
Mary, 221 ; Maud, 175; 
Nicholas. 221 ; Richard. 36 ; 
Robert, 61, 221 ; Thomas, 
221; William, 9, 221 ; —,105. 

Taxhall. Robert, 240. 

Taylor, Eleanor, 69; Ellen, 271; 
Henry, 269 ; Joan, 24 ; John, 
9. 24 ; Margaret, 269. 

Telliar. Isabel, 123. 

Terry, Thomasine, 13. 

Thefwall, Elizabeth, 176 ; Jane, 
17G ; Simon, 176. 

Thomlinson, Ellen, 30; John, 
] 2 ; William, 10, 30. 

Thornborow, John, 255 ; Joyce, 
255 ; Mabel, 233 ; Sir Rich- 
ard, 233. 

Thornbury, Agnes, 241 ; — ,241. 

Thornicroft, Robert, 9. 

Thornton, 35, 63, 87, 111, 203. 

Thornton, 83, 111 ; Avice, 83, 
84 ; Beatrice, 83, S4, 111; 
Cicely, 83, 95, 111 ; Elizabeth, 
83, 84, 111 ; Ellen, 83,84,88, 
111 : Emma, 83, 84, 111 ; 
Jane, 83 ; John, 270 ; I iucy, 
35,111 ; Margaret. 270; Mary. 
S3. s|. Ill ; Maud. S3, £ 1. 
Ill ; Sir Piers, 35, 84, 88, 
111 : Piers, or Peter, S3, 84, 
111; Randolph, 83,84,95.111. 



Thorpe, Margaret, 263 ; Thomas, 

263. 
Thrope, Elizabeth, 269 ; John, 

269. 

Tliurstanton, 216. 

Thurstanl ignes, 217 ; Mat- 
thew, 216; Peter, 216 ; Rich- 
ard. 216 : William, 246. 

Tichbornej Elizabeth, 104; 
Nicholas, 104. 

Ties, Sir John, 143. 

Tildesley, or Tilslcy, Adam, 206; 
Agues, 190; Alice, 190; after- 
wards Shakerley, Geoffrey, 
206 ; Henry, 206 ; Margaret, 
153; Nicholas, 153. 

Tildeston, 222. 

TlLDESTON i/lins Tilston, 222 ; 
Ellen, 222 ; Hugh, 222; Jane, 
222 ; John, 7, 222 ; Kathe- 
rine, 222 ; Mabel, 161 ; 
Nicholas, 161 ; Paul, 222 ; 
Peter, 222 ; Ralph, 222 ; 
Richard, 222 ; Robert, 222 ; 
Roger, 222 : Thomas, 222 ; 
Tristram, 222 ; William. 222. 

Timprrh I/, IS. 45, 144. 

Timperley, Jane, 19; Sir John, 
18 ; Sir William, 18 ; — , 45. 

Tiudall, Elizabeth, 154 ; Wil- 
liam, 154. 

Tipping, William, 12. 

Tiptoft, Elizabeth, 44, 91, 216 ; 
John, Earl of Worcester, 44, 
216 ; Sir Paine, 91. 

Tirkett, — , 149. 

Tirrell, George, 146 ; Margaret, 
101 ; Margery, 146. 

Tirriell. Elizabeth, 226 ; Tho- 
mas, 226. 

Titley, Audrey, 54 ; John, 54. 

Toft, 125, 139. 

Toft, 139 ; Benedict, 139 ; 
Cicely, 139 ; Felicia, 139 ; 
Horn toft alias Home the 
hunter, Lord of, 139 ; Hugh. 
139 ; Robert,139, 200 ; Roger. 
139 ; Walter,139 ; William.87. 

Tomlinson, Joan, 161 ; Sibell, 
161 ; William, 161. 

Torbeck. Elizabeth. 147. 

Torkington, John, 9. 

Touchett, 224. 

Touchett, 223 ; Agnes, 223, 
224 ; Anne, 88 ; Bridget, 
224 ; Eleanor, 224 ; Eliza- 
beth. 224 ; Henry, 224 ; 
James. 224 ; Jane, 225, 255 ; 
Joan, 224 : Sir John, 224 ; 
John, 224, 225 ; Katherine, 
225; Margaret, 88, 165, 224, 
226 ; Maud, 224 ; Parnell, 
224 ; Richard, 224 ; Robert, 
Baron of Levenhalls, 224 ; 
Sir Robert, 223, 224 ; Robert, 
11. 223-225 ; Sarah, 59 ; Si- 
mon. 224 ; Thomas. Lord 
Audley, 88, 166, 224 ; Tho- 
mas, Lord Tattershall, 59 ; 
Sir Thomas, 224; Thomas, 
40, 223-225 ; — , 149. 



296 



THE VISITATIONS OF CHESHIRE. 



Townshend, Amy, 89 ; Sir Ro- 
bert, Justice of Wales. 89. 

Trafford. Alice, 36, 46, 226, 
228 ; Sir Edmund, 37,46, 85, 
in;, 152, 226 : Edmund, 36, 
111. 228; Sir Edward. 204 ; 
Eleanor, 107 ; Elizabeth, 37, 
85, 141 ; George. 86 ; Isabel, 
155 ; Jane, S6 ; Ralph, 155 ; 
— . 111. 

Trefford, Robert, 15, 154; Wor- 
rell, 15, 154. 

Tregall, Anne, 19. 

Tresham, Isabel, 140 ; John, 
140. 

Trevers, Jane, 196; John, 190. 

Treves, John, 11. 

Triber, Maud, 51 ; Thomas. 51. 

Trobbleshall, Margery. 254 ; 
Thomas, 254. 

TromwiD, Auda, 232 ; William, 
232. 

Troutbeek, 30, 223. 

TRODTBECK, 223 ; Adam. 223 ; 
Alice, 109 ; Elizabeth. 223 ; 
Joan, 223 ; John. 223 ; Mar- 
garet, 210. 223; Margery, 
223 ; Robert, 109; Thomas, 
223 ; Sir William, 56, 216, 
223. 

TnmeU, 104. 225. 

Trussell. 225 : Amery, 225 ; 
Edmund, 225; Sir Edward, 
226, 251 ; Elizabeth, 225, 
226, 251 ; Eoulk, 225 ; Fran- 
ces, 226: Sir John. Lord of 
Warmincham, 225 ; John, 

225 ; Katherine, 225 ; Law- 
rence. 226 ; Margaret. 225. 

226 ; Margery, 226 ; Maud. 
165, 225, 226 ; Richard. 225 ; 
Rose, 225 ; Sir Thomas. L, id 
of Warmiucham, 210 ; Sir 
Thomas, 226 ; Sir Warren, 
225 ; Warren, 225 ; Sir Wil- 
liam, Lord of Warmincham, 
225. 226 : Sir William, 165, 
201, 225 ; William, 225. 226. 

Tunstall. Francis, 225 ; Mar- 
garet, 225. 

Turvile, Jane, 239 ; William, 
239. 

Twenbrook, Thomas, 12. 

Twiford, Anne. 80 ; Edith. 241 ; 
John, Lord, 241 ; Robert, 80. 



U 

Ufford. Sir Edmund. 91 ; Elea- 
nor, 91 ; Eva, 91 ; Joan. 91 ; 
Sir John, 91 ; Sir Robert, 
91 ; Sibell, 91 ; Sir Thumas, 
91. 

Underbill, Edward, 50 ; Ellen, 
50. 

Unwin, Ellen. 132 ; Margaret, 
42 ; Thomas, 42. 

Upton, John, 9. 

Urmeston. — . 124. 

Urm-icl, 139, 140, 215. 



Urswick, — , 140. 
Uvedale, Ellen, 56. 



Valentine, 170. 

Valentine,—. 170. 

Valletort, Jane. 15S ; Reynold, 
158. 

Vanholt, Elizabeth, 79 ; John, 
79. 

Vawdrey, Thomas, 12. 

Venables, 2s. 35, 67, 92, 203, 
2211-229. 249. 

Venables. 220 ; Agatha. 228, 
229 ; Agnes. 143," 145, 147 ; 
Sir Alexander, 92 ; Alice, 36, 
221.. 228 ; Amy. 112 ; Anne,29; 
Annila, 41 ; Avice. 234 ; 
Cicely, 229 ; Dowce,36, 226; 
Edward. 101 ; Eleanor, 101, 
167, 227, 229 ; Elizabeth. 27, 
96, 168, 170. 227-230; Ellen, 
94. 22S ; Emma. 101, 227 ; 
Gilbert, 227 : Hamon, 170, 
227 ; Sir Hugh, Baron of 
Kindertnii, 27. 228; Sir 
Hugh, 165, 228, 22!) ; Hugh, 
87. 143, 201, 225. 227, 229, 
230 ; Sir II.. 234 ; Isabel, 
146, 207, 22S-230 : Jane. 36, 
226, 228, 230; Jenkin, 226, 
22s ; Joan, 21, 36, 92, 229 ; 
John, 121, 156,228-230; Ka- 
therine. 4D. 153, 170, 228, 
229. 251 ; Lettice, 228. 249 ; 
Margaret, 70, 101,227; Mar- 
gery, 121. 165, 228; .Mary, 

166, 229; Matthew, 230; 
Maud, 228 ; Parnell, 228 ; 
Peter, 227, 230 ; Ralph, 70, 
112. 230 ; Sir Richard, 226, 
228-230 ; Richard, 11, 30. 67. 
170, 230 ; Robert, 11, 226, 
227 ; Roger, 228, 230 ; Tho- 
mas. Baron of Kiuderton. 96 ; 
Sir Thomas In, 29, 101, 153, 

167, 207. 229 ; Thomas, 101, 
170. 226, 227, 229, 230 ; Sir 
William, 36, 168, 226, 229 ; 
William, 21, 143, 145, 147, 
160, 170, 188, 227-230, 249, 
— . Baron of Kinderton, 206 ; 
— .35,41.51.76, 105, 1511.169. 

Verdon, 139, 140, 215. 

Verdon, Arnold, 160 : William, 
160; — , 140. 

Vere. Aubrev. 4 ; Edward, Earl 
of Oxford. 226 ; Elizabeth, 
220. 251 : John, Earl of Ox- 
ford, 220 ; Sir John, 251 ; 
Margaret. 226 ; Maud, 4. 
Vernon, 28-30, 87, 104. 107, 
198, 202. 232, 233. 235. 

Vernon, 230 ; Ada, 231 ; 
Agatha. 21. 228, 229, 234 ; 
Agnes, 202. 231,233; Alice. 
183. 231 ; Anne, 209, 236 ; 
Auda, 158. 198, 231, 232; 
Avice, 233-235 ; A., 202 ; 



Cicely, 236 ; Dorothy, 9S, 
204, 233-236 ; Eleanor, 156 ; 
Elizabeth, 233, 234, 236; 
Ellen. 233, 234, 236 ; George, 
192. 236; Henry, 231, 234- 
236 ; Hitchcock, 202 ; Hugh, 
88, 202, 230 ; Isabel, 213, 
232-235 ; James, 235 ; Jane, 
36, 102. 234-230 ; Joan, 231, 

233, 234. 236 ; John, 202, 

234, 235 ; Katherine, 131 ; 
Lawrence, 235 ; Mabel, 233 ; 
Margaret, 27, 29, 112, 158, 
192, 232. 233, 235 ; Margery. 

231, 234-236 ; Marian, 232 ; 
Marv, 202, 231-236; Mat- 
thew, 158, 160, 198, 230-232 ; 
Maud, 112, 202, 228, 231, 

232, 234 ; Michael, 202 ; 
Nicholas, 36 ; Parnell, 88 ; 
Peter, 231 ; Ralph, Lord of 
Shiphrook,l!'s,202; Sir Ralph, 
112, 144, 198, 202, 232-235; 
Ralph, 26, 102, 158. 198, 204, 
209, 228, 229. 231-236 ; alias 
Hatton, Ralph, 112 ; Randall, 
10 ; Rawlin, 202, 232, 234 ; 
Sir Richard, 102, 202, 213, 
231-235 ; Richard, 26, 131, 
183, 198, 202, 228, 230-235. 
242 ; Robert. 20. 112, 167, 
198, 2)i2. 231. 232. 235, 236; 
Rose, or Roise, 202. 231, 232, 
234, 235, 241 ; Sir Thomas, 
234, 235; Thomas. 8, 21, 98, 
202, 231, 232, 235, 236, 256 ; 
Warren, Baron of Sbipbrook, 
26. 27, 41, 231-233 ; Sir War- 
ren, 233 ; Warren, 15S-160, 
188, 198, 230-233 : William, 
26, 198, 231-235, 241. 

Vessy, Beatrice, 5 ; William, 
Lord. 5. 

Vickere, Geoffrey, 113 ; Mar- 
gery, 113. 



W 

Wade. Richard, 200, 

Wagitaff, 129, 130. 

Wake, Hugh. 160. 

Waleia, Alice, de, 158, 198; 
John de, 158, 198. 

Wales. Prince if, 1. 

Wales, Edward, Prince of. 3, 
162 ; Llewellyn, Prince of, 4. 

Walker, Barbara. 32 ; Eliza- 
beth. 97. 180 ; Margaret, 97, 
180 ; Oliver, 7 ; Thomas, 97, 
180. 

WalMnton, 202,203. 

Walkinton, Avice, 203. 

Wall, 270. 

Wall. 270; Agnes. 270 ; Alice, 
270. 272 ; Ed'ward, 271 ; Eliz- 
abeth, 270; Jane, 271 ; John, 
27o ; Ralph, 270 ; Richard, 
270 ; Robert. 270-272 ; Sarah, 
270; Thomas, 270; William, 
270. 



INDEX. 



297 



Walley, Ellen, 218 ; Emma, 
29 ; Hugh, 29 ; John, 11 ; 
Richard, 11. See Wolley. 

Wallop. Mary, 94 ; Thomas. 
94. 

Walpole, Ellen, 136 ; Thomas. 
136. 

Walsh, Eleanor, G9 ; Henry, 
173. 

Walter, Thomas, 12. 

Walthall, 236. 

Walthall, 236 ; Alexauder, 
14; Alice, 236; Eleanor, 
236 ; Elizabeth. 177. 236, 
255; Ellen. 236: Gilbert, 
177. 2311 : Isabel, 236 : .lane, 
236 ; John, 236 ; Margaret, 
14, 177, 236 ; Margery, 236 ; 
Richard, 14, 236 ; Roger, 8, 
11. 177, 236, 255 ; Thomas, 
236. 
Walton, 152. 

Walton, Anne, 209 ; Robert, 
209. 

Walworth, Joan, 115 ; William, 

115. 
Warburton, 237-239.272. 

WARBURTON. 237 ; Ague-. 23s ; 
Alice, 210 ; Anne, 100, 238, 
240 ; Beatrice, 238 ; Blanch, 
71, 74, 239 ; Bridget, 239 ; 
Cicely. 238 ; Dowce, 16, 219, 
239 ; Eleauor, 168, 240 ; Eliz- 
abeth. 27. 2:;S-210. 251 ; Ellen, 
34, 203. 238, 239; Emma, 

239 ; Francis, 240 ; Sir Geof- 
frey, Sheriff of the Shire, 238 ; 
Sir Geoffrey, 65, 237, 23S ; 
Geoffrey, 237, 238 ; George, 

240 ; Hamon, 11 ; Isabel, 238. 
240 ; Jane, 42, 45, 209, 238- 
240; Sir John, 37,74, 219, 239, 
240, 251 ; John, 65, 238-240 ; 
Julian, 65 ; Margaret, 238 ; 
Marion, 238 ; Mary, 42, 238, 
240, 249 ; Nicola, 238 ; Pen- 
trolla, 238 ; Sir Peter, 16, 
100, 209, 251 ; Peter, 11. 34, 
42, 45, 168. 203, 238-240, 249, 
272 ; Sir Piers, 239 ; Piers. 
19, 71; ''Wise Piers," 239; 
Richard, 238-240 ; Robert, 
238 ; Sibell, 19 ; Thomas, 
238 ; William, 238, 240 ; Sir, 
— , 42 ; — , 53, 8S, 142. 

Ward, Roger, 9 ; Thomas, 9 ; 
William, 9 ; — , 216. 

Ware, Dionice, 115. 

Warrell, Ellen, 248 ; Robert, 
248. See Worrall. 

Warren, 241. 

Warren, 240, 241 ; Agnes, 
242 ; Anne, 242. 243 ; Cicely, 
240, 242, 243; Dorothy. 31, 
36. 242. 243 ; Edith, 2 1 1 : 
Sir Edward, Baron of Stock- 
port, 36, 210. 242 ; Sir Ed- 
ward. 212. 213: Edward, 
242 ; Eleanor, 243 ; Eliza- 
beth, 242 ; Ellen, 234, 243 ; 
Foulk, 160 ; Frances, 243 ; 



Francis, 9, 10 ; George, 242; 
Hugh. 160 ; Isabel, 151, 242 ; 
Jane, 18, 241-243 ; Jerome, 
212 : Joan, 92, 242 ; John, 
Earl Warren, Sussex, and 
Surrey. 241, 242 ; Sir John, 
18, 242 ; John. 9, 31, 75, 96, 
165, 240-243 ; Katherine, 23, 
242, 243 ; Sir Lawrence, 
Baron of Stockport, 242 ; Sir 
Lawrence, 55. 151 ; Law- 
rence, 131, 153, 242, 243 ; 
Mabel, 243 ; Margaret, 96, 
131. 153, 165,242,243; Mar- 
gery, 55. 242 ; Mary, 243 ; 
Maud, 241 ; Nicholas, 242 ; 
Ralph, 92, 242. 243 ; Randall, 
242 ; Richard', 23, 242, 243 ; 
Sibell, 242 ; William, 241 ; 
— , Earl, 162 ; — , 73. 106. 
Warton, Alice, 94 ; Edmund, 

94 ; William, 10. 
Warmick, 34. 

Warwick, Henry, Earl of, 158 ; 
John, 34 ; Margaret, 34 ; 
Maud, 34; Philippa, Countess 
of, 158; — , Earl of, 205. 
Washett, 237, 

WASHETT, 237 ; Henry, 237 ; 
Thomas, 237 ; William, 237. 
Washington, Amy, 204. 
Waterton, Sir Thomas, 204. 
Watson,Alice,135 ; William,135. 
Waverton, Joan, 49 ; John, 49. 
Webb, Ellen, 62 ; John, 62. 
Webster, Anne. 137 ; John, 137. 
We, ver, 216, 243, 254. 
Weever, 243 ; Anne, 243 : Sir 
Edward. 55, 243; Elizabeth, 
85,142,216,243 ; Ellen, 243; 
Francis, 243 ; George, 243 ; 
Hugh, 243 ; Jane, 161 ; John, 
255 ; Margery. 134, 255 ; 
Nicholas, 243 ; Randall, 243 ; 
Richard. 8. 142, 243 ; Robert, 

243 ; Roger, 243 ; Thomas, 
85, 139, 216, 243. 

Weld, 244. 

Weld, 244 ; Anne, 244 ; Cicely, 

244 ; Dorothy, 244 ; Eleanor, 
187 ; Elizabeth, 244 ; Ellen, 
244, 248 ; Humphrey, 244 ; 
Jane, 244 ; Joan, 244 ; John, 
244, 248 ; Mary, 244 ; Rich- 
ard, 244 ; Robert, 187, 244. 

Welshman, Ellen, 272 ; Tho- 
mas, 272. 

Wendesley, — , 206. 

West, Jane, 241 ; — , Lord La- 
ware, 241. 

Westby, Joan, 1 1 5. 

Westley, 233. 

Westley, Isabel, 233 ; Joan, 
115 ; William, Lord of Car- 
thorpe, 233. 
\> e on. Patrick. 1 13. 
II. enUll, 28,30, 19, 137,208, 
215,246. 

Wettenhall. 211-246 ; Amy, 
15. 154 ; Anne, 244, 245 ; 
Charles, 245 ; Eleanor, 245 ; 



Elizabeth, 137, 245, 246 ; 
Ellen, 14, 15, 151. 215 : 
Gabriel, 50, 246 ; Henry, 
246; Hugh. 215,246 ; Isabel, 

214, 245 ; Jane, 245 ; Joan, 

215, 216 ; Sir John, 73 ; John, 
15, 151.215.216; Katherine, 
50, 245 ; Lettice, 50, 55, 56 ; 
Margaret, 51, 190 ; Margery, 
177, 245, 246 ; Mary, 245; 
Philip, 245 ; Ralph, 50, 245 ; 
Richard, 15, 154 ; Robert, 15, 
151,216 ; Roger, 14,244-216; 
Sibell, 15, 151 ; Susan. 245 ; 
Thomas, 51, 177, 244-246 ; 
William, 15, 50, 55, 137, 154, 
245, 246 ; — , 28, 30, 49, 137, 
217. 

Wettnihall alias Kinyslcy, 28. 

Wettenhall alias Kingsley, 
John, 27 ; Margery, 27. 

Wetterhed, — , 74. 

Weverham, Emma, 83, 84, 111 ; 
Hugh, S3, 84, 111 ; Matthew, 
83, 84; Richard, 10. 

Wheelocli, 156. 

Wheelock, Alice, 40, 156 ; Elea- 
nor, 156 ; Elizabeth, 156 ; 
Foulk, 40 ; Hichin. 40 ; Jen- 
kin, 40; John, 156; Richard, 
156 ; Thomas, 156. 

Wheler, Anne, 244; Nicholas, 
214. 

Whitby, Elizabeth, 120. 

Whitgreve, Joane, 161 ; Tho- 
mas, 162 ; William, 161. 

Whit more, 246. 

Whitmore, 246 ; Alice, 247 ; 
Cicely. 217: Elizabeth, 217, 
219 ; Jane, 217 ; Joan, 247 ; 
John, 11. 215, 246, 247, 249 ; 
Katherine, 29, 129, 215, 247 ; 
Mary, 192, 247 ; Richard, 29, 

247 '; Robert, 247 ; Thomas, 
129, 247 ; William, 246, 247. 

Whitney, 35. 

Whitney, Alice, 35, 169 ; Anne, 
123 ; Arthur, 264 ; Sir Eus- 
tace, 35, 169 ; Henry, 264 ; 
Hugh, 264 ; Katherine, 264 ; 
Margaret, 27 ; Mary, 198, 
264 : Richard, 264 ; Robert, 
8, 123, 198, 264 ; Thomas, 
264 ; Whitney, 264 ; William, 
27 ; — , 226. 

Whittingham, 248 ; Anne, 

248 ; Charles, 248 ; Edward, 
218 ; Elizabeth, 248 ; Ellen, 
244, 248 ; Humphrey, 248 ; 
James, 248 ; Jane, 248 ; John, 
244, 248 ; Katherine, 248 ; 
Margaret, 248 ; Matthew, 
248; Piers, 218; Ralph, 248 ; 
Richard. 248 ; Robert, 248 ; 

eth, 2 is ; Thomas, 24S ; 
Timothy, 248 ; William, 2 is. 

Whittington, Anne, 91 ; Wil- 
li, mi. 9 1. 

Whorwood. Margaret, 51 : Wi! 
liam, 51. 

Wibbenburgh, Richard, 41 

2 <} 



298 



THE VISITATIONS OP CHESHIRE. 



Wicken, Geoffrey, 113 ; Mar- 
gery, 113. 
Wicksted, Hugh, 8 ; Margaret, 

257 ; Thomas, 257. 
Widonbury, John, 8. 
Wigland, David. 159 ; Idonea. 
159 ; Margaret, 159 ; Wil- 
liam, 159, 
Wilbralwm, 228, 249, 250. 
WlLBRAHAM, or Wilburham, 
249 ; Agnes, 250 ; Alice. 257 : 
Anne, 121 ; Dorothy. 108, 
249 ; Eleanor, 177 ; Eliza- 
beth, 48, 128, 247, 249, 250 ; 
Ellen, 55, 249,250; Frances, 
C4 ; Henry, 249 ; Humphrey, 
67, 121, 249 ; James, 250 : 
Jane, 249 ; John, 249 ; Joice, 
255; Lettice, 228; Margaret, 
L58, 249, 250; Margery. 39, 
(17. 157, 231, 232, 249, 250 ; 
Mary, 78, 232, 240. 249; 
Ralph, 67,249, 250 ; Randall, 
249, 250; Sir Richard, 158, 
228, 232 ; Richard, 8, 108, 
128, 177, 231, 249, 250 ; 
Roger, 249 ; Thomas, 8, 39. 
55, 64, 78, 240, 247, 249, 250, 
255 : William, 157. 249. 250 ; 
— , 62, 85, 109. 
Wileocks. Elizabeth, 204 ; Wal- 
ter, 204. 
Wilkes,— ,61. 
Wilkinson, John, 11. 
Willett, George, 9. 
William the Conqueror, 1,4, 88. 
William Rufus, 170. 
Williams. Anne, 271,272 ; Jane, 
215 ; John. 271 ; Katherine. 
154 ; Owen, 154 ; Thomas, 
215. 
Williamson, Anne, 230 ; — , 78. 
Willoughby, Ellen, 97; Sir 
Henry, 97 ; .Sir Richard, 83 ; 
Robert, 18S ; William. 188. 
Wilmasou, David, 93 ; Madoc, 

93. 
Wilme, Margaret, 146 ; William. 

146. 
Wilmote, Hugh, 12. 
Wilstou, or Wilson, Margery, 

136. 
Winclwm, 144. 
Winchester, Robert, Earl of, 3 ; 

— , Marquis of, 152, 
Wind, Dorothy, ISO; George,180. 
Windlow, Alice, 136. 
Wingfield, Anne, 25 ; Lady, 78. 
Wilmington, 28, 237, 239, 251- 

253. 
Winnington, 250 ; Agnes, 242, 
251 ; Alice, 194, 253 ; Anne, 
253; Christian, 252 ; Cicely, 
251; Eleanor, 252; Elizabeth, 
239, 251-253 ; Ellen. 252 ; 
George, 253 ; Havise, 212 ; 
Humphrey, 116 ; Hugh. 142, 
251 ; Isabel, 42, 253; James, 
2 •- : Jane, 196 ; John. 69, 77. 
252, 253 ; Katherine. 107, 
251-253; Lawrence, 252; 



Margaret, 252 ; Margery, 69, 
168,165, 232, 252, 253 : Maud, 
77, 252 ; Nicholas, 251-253 ; 
Piers. 252 : Ralph, 253 ; Ran- 
dall. 9, 253 ; Sir Richard, 27. 
142, 242, 250, 251 ; Richard, 
107, 142, 196, 232, 239, 250- 

253 : Robert, 142. 158, 194. 
212. 232, 250-253 ; alias 
Leftwich, Robert, 142 ; Tho- 
mas, 10, 252. 253 ; William, 
252 ; — , 68. 

Winslowe, John, Archdeacon 
of Middlesex, 205. 

Winstamton, 254. 

Winstauton, or Wistaston, 
Alice. 254 ; Avicc. 112; Rich- 
ard. 251 ; William, Lord, 254; 
Sir William, 112. 

Withed, Thomas. 243. 

Withenshaw, Alice, 221 ; Wil- 
liam 221. 

Withers, Bridget, 32 ; John, 32. 

Withnall, Elizabeth, 136. 

Witter, John, 11. 

Wolf, Humphrey, 10. 

Wolfe, John, 10. 

Wolley, Sir John. 96 ; Margaret, 
250. See Walley. 

Wolmeslow, or Wolmeston. 
Hugh. 66 ; Isabel, 66. 

Wolston, Jane, 31 ; William, 31. 

Wood,255. 

Wood, Elizabeth, 136 ; Ellen, 
215: George, 133 ; Mary, 133 ; 
Maud, 255 ; Ralph, 255; Wil- 
liam. 245. 

Woodfen, Emma, 227 ; Richard, 
227. 

Woodford, — , 58. 

Woodfull, or Woodfale, Mar- 
garet, 34 ; William, 34. 

Woodhouse, Isabel, 94 ; Wil- 
liam. 94. 

Woodhull, Agnes, 60, 62 ; An- 
tonio, Baron, 60, 62 ; — , 226. 
Woo&nett, 254. 

Woodnett, 254 ; Alice, 255, 
256 ; Anne, 254. 255 : Cicely, 

254 ; Elizabeth, 236, 255 ; 
Eva. 254 ; Frances, 255 ; 
George, Clerk of the Wood- 
yard, 135, 256 ; George, 135, 

255 ; Humphrey, 256 ; Jane, 
225. 249, 255 ; John, 8, 134, 
2iir,, 225, 231). 254-256 ; Joice, 
255, 256 ; Katherine, 255 ; 
Lawrence, 135, 196, 249, 255, 

256 ; Margaret, 196, 206. 255. 
256 ; Margery, 135, 254-256 : 
Mary, 255 : Maud, 254. 255 ; 
Nicholas, 255; Ralph, 255; 
Randall, 254, 256 ; Richard, 
255 ; Robert, 254-256 ; Tho- 
mas, 255 ; William, Lord of 
Shevington, 254 ; William, 
256. 

Woodroff, — . 149. 

Woodruff, Bridget, 142 ; Eliza- 
beth, 142 ; Margaret, 142 ; 
Thomas, 142. 



Woods, George, 108 ; Margaret. 

108. 
Woodvile, Jaquet, 50 ; Martha, 
50 ; Richard, Earl Rivers, 50. 
Woolley, Jane, 32 ; Thomas, 32. 

Worcester, Charles, Earl of, 44, 
204 ; John, Earl of, 44, 216. 

Worley, Roger, 217. 

Worrall, Elizabeth, 270 ; Rich- 
ard, 270. See Warrell. 

Worsley, 44. 

Worsley, Alice, 171 ; Atwell, 
154; Sir Geoffrey, 171 ; Isabel. 
154 ; Katherine, 225 ; Ralph, 
225. 

Worth, 256. 

Worth, 256 ; Agnes, 156 
Alice, 256 ; Anthony, 256 
Cicely, 256 ; Edward, 256 
Elizabeth, 156 ; Francis, 256 
Isabel, 256 ; Jasper, 236, 256 
John, 256 ; Margaret, 21 
256 : Philip, 9, 21, 256 ; Rich, 
ard, 181, 256 ; Scbald, 256 
Thomas 156, 256; William, 
256; — , 197. 

Wortley, Ellen, 36. 

Wotton, Allison, 85. 

Wrenbwy, 185,218. 

Wrenbury, Agnes, 217 ; Sir 
John, 185, 217-219; Margaret. 
185, 218, 219 ; — , 95. 

Wrench, John, 10. 

Wrenford. Eleanor, 264 ; Row- 
land, 264. 

Wright, 257. 

Wright, 257 ; Alice, 257 ; 
Anne. 244, 257 ; Charles, 70 ; 
Elizabeth, 179, 257; Henry, 
s ; Jane, 107,271,272 ; John, 
7. 179, 257, 271, 272 ; Kathe- 
rine, 118, 257,271 ; Lawrence, 
245; Margaret, 70, 257 ; Mar- 
gery, 37 ; Reginald, 244 ; 
Richard, Sergeant-at-Arms, 
257; Richard, 8, 12,37.271; 
Roger, 37, 167 ; Susan, 245 ; 
— , 51, 141. 

Wriothesley, Thomas, Garter, 
191. 

Wrottesley, Sir Hugh, 17 ; 
Hugh, 17 ; Isabel, 17 ; John, 
17 ; Richard, 17 ; Walter, 17. 

Wyatt. Sir Thomas, 136. 

Wychc, Thomas, 10. 

Wyld, -, 43. 



Yardley, Alice, 23 ; Elizabeth, 
183 ; John, 7, 133,235; Mar- 
garet, 133, 235 ; William, 183. 

Young, John, Norroy, 191. 

Yowley, John, 12. 



Zouch, Eudo de la, 182 ; Milli- 
cent de la, 182. 



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*B. Cokayne, College of Arms, Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 

*G. E. Cokayne, F.S.A., College of Arms, Queen Victoria Street, 

The Rev. Frederic T. Colby, D.D., F.S.A. (Council), Litton 

Cheney Rectory, Dorchester, Dorset. 
*Capt. J. Kyrle Collins, Wiltondale, Ross, Herefordshire. 
*C'ol. Collyer, R.E., 57 Kensington Gardens Square, W. 

Edward Coode, Polapit Tamar, Launceston. 

Wm. Henry Cooke, Q.C., E.S.A., 42 Wimpole Street, W. 

James Herbert Cooke, E.S.A , Berkeley, Gloucestershire. 

W. H. Cottell, 2 Fern Villas, Lordship Lane, Dulwich, S.E. 
*W. Prideaux Courtney, Ecclesiastical Commission, 10 White- 
hall Place, S.W., (Council). 
*J. Charles Cox, 45 Threadneedle Street, E.C. 
*The Rev. H. O. Coxe, Bodleian Library, Oxford. 
*E. B. Crane, Worcester, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 
*J. C. Crabb, Clifton Lodge, Fallowfield, near Manchester. 
*F. A. Crisp, Iuglewood House, Grove Park, Denmark Hill, S E. 
*The Hon. Henry Roper-Cuhzon ( Vice-President), The Ant's 
Nest, Tonbridge. 

J. E. Cussans, 4 Wyndham Crescent, Junction Road, N. 
*Lady Elizabeth Cust. 13 Eccleston Square, S.W. 
*Miss Cust, 20 Thurloe Place, South Kensington, S.W. 

The Rev. John Neale Dalton, MA., F.S.A., Marlborough 
House. 

R. S. Longworth-Dames, M.A., 32 Upper Mount Street, Dublin. 
*The Rev. G. H. Davenport, Stanford Hall, Loughborough, 
Leicestershire. 

C. W. David, Ely Rise, Llandaff. 
*E. May Davis, Green Hill, Moseley, Birmingham. 
*Gordon Dayman, St. Giles's, Oxford. 

The Uev. John Batiiurst Deane, M.A., F.S.A., Sion Hill, Bath. 
*De Bernardy Brothers, 28 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C. 
*John C. Dent, F.S.A., Sudeley Castle, Winchcomb. 
*George Digby Wingfield Digby, Sherborne Castle, .Sher- 
borne, Dorset. 

Charles Wentworth Dilke, 28 Union Street, Coventry. 

The Hon. Harold A. Dillon, F.S.A., Ditchley, Charlbury, Ox- 
fordshire. 

Joseph Dodgson, 56 Albion Street, Leeds. 

Thomas Dorman, Sandwich, Kent. 
*Charles J. C. Douglas, Glenfinart House, Greenock. 
*Robert Dowman, 29 Shakspeare Street, Ardwick, Manchester. 

William Downing, Springfield House, Olton, Acocks Green, 
Birmingham. 

Dr. Henry Holman Drake, Esplanade, Fowey, Cornwall. 
*Sir William Drake, F.S.A., 46 Parliament Street, S.W. 
*Rev. John Ingle Dredge, Buckland Brewer, Bideford. 

Sir George F. Duckett, Bart., F.S.A. (Vice-President), Oxford 
and Cambridge Club, S.W. 

*Mrs. Dugdale, Wroxull Abbey, Warwick. 

George F. Duncombe, L7 St. 'Stephen's Road, Bayswater, W. 
*Durham, The Dean and Chapter of, Chapter Offices, Durham. 

Robert Dymond, F.S.A., Bampfylde House, Exeter. 



18 Apr. 1878. John Parsons Earwaker, M.A., F.S.A., Pensarn, Abergele, 

North Wales. 
18 May, 1870. TheEARL of Egmont, 26 St. James's Place, S.W. 



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22 Sept. 1869. The Rev. Henby T. Ellacombe, M.A., F.S.A., Clyat St. George 

Rectory, Topsham, Devon. 

28 July, 1869. William Smith Ellis, Hydecroft, Charlwood, Surrey. 

15 Apr. 1869. *Dudley G. Cast Elwks, P.S.A. (Council), The Crescent, 

Bedford. 
22June,1870. *V. Cary Elwes, F.S.A., Billing Hall, Billing-road Station, 

Northampton. 

18 Oct. 1870. William Robert Emeris, M.A., F.S.A., Louth, Lincolnshire. 

23 Apr. 1874'. C. J. Eyston, Heiidred House, Wantage. 

15 June, 1869. "Thomas Falconer, one of the Judges of the County Courts, 
18 Royal Crescent, Bath. 

19 May, 1869. J. G. Fanshatve, 2 Halkin Street West, Belgrave Square, S.W. 
22 Sept. 1869. William Fennell, Wakefield. 

3 Apr. 1877. Richard S. Ferguson, F.S.A., Lowther Street, Carlisle. 
22 July, 1871. Robert Ferguson, Morton Hall, Carlisle. 

3 Nov. 1873. Miss Ffarington, Wordrii, Preston. 
19 Jan. 1878. Henry St. Clair Feilden, Corpus Christi College, Oxford. 
16 June. 1872. *J. Lewis Ffytohe, M.A., F.S.A., Thorpe Hall, Louth, Lin- 
colnshire. 

3 Dec. 1874. *Osgood Field, F.S.A., 4 Grosvenor Mansions, Victoria Street, S.W. 
10 Jan. 1878. Henry Warren Fisher, 28 Weighton Road, Anerley, S.E. 

8 Dec. 1877. *Colonel Thomas Wm. Fletcher, M.A., F.R.S., F.S.A., Lawnes- 
trood House, Stourbridge. 

26 Dec. 1870. William Floyd, London Institution, Finsbury Circus, E.C. 

31 Dec. 1875. *Cecil G. S. Foljambe, M.P., F.S.A., 2 Carlton House Terrace, 

S.W. 
31 Dec. 1875. *Joseph Foster, 21 Boundary Road, St. John's Wood, N.W. 

29 Jan. 1879. John Foster, jun., Lawkland, Claphara, Lancaster. 

28 Nov. 1870. *Charles H. Fox, M.D., The Beeches, Brislington, Bristol. 
7Juue,1875. Free Public Libraries, Nottingham (J. I'. Briscoe, Prin- 
cipal Librarian). 

8 May. 1873. *J. F. Fuller, F.S.A., 179 Great Brunswick Street, Dublin, 

27 Apr. 1871. Clement S. Best-Gardner, Eaglesbush, Neath, Swansea. 

15 Sept. 1876. *William Garnett, Quernmore Park, Lancaster. 

17 Apr 1871. *Henry H. Gibbs, St. Dnnstan's Villa, Outer Circle, Regent's 

Park, N.W. 
27 Mar. 1872. *J ames Gibson, Salem, State of New York, U.S.A. 
12 May, 1878. *Joseph Gillow, Dudley House, The Firs, Bowdon, Cheshire. 
8 Sept. 1871. C. Golding, Colchester. 

25 Jan. 1870. Henry Gough, Sand Croft, Redhill. 

12 Apr. 1869. *Granville Leveson Gower, F.S.A. (Council), Titsey Park, 

Limpsfield, Surrey. 
22 Sept. 1869. *Henry Sydney Gbazebrook, Treasury Chambers, Whitehall, 

S.W. 
31 Dec. 1881. Joseph J. Gbeen, Stansted, Montfetchet, Bishop's Stortford. 

16 Dec. 1870. Benjamin Wyatt Greenfield, 4 Cranbury Terrace, South- 

ampton. 
31 Dec. 1870. The Rev, William Grice, Sherborne, Warwick. 

24 Nov. 1869. The Rev. Henry Thomas Griffith, B.A., Smallburgh Rectory, 

Norwich. 

26 July, 1878. *Richard H. J. GURNEY, Esq., North Repps Hall, Cromer, 

Norfolk. 

29 Dec. 1872. J. E. A. Gwynne, F.S.A., F.R.G.S., 97 Harley Street, W. 

29 Apr. 1869. Edward Hailstone, F.S.A., Walton Hall, Wakefield. 
10 May, 1869. Rev. H. F. Hall, 38 Warwick Road, Earl's Court, S.W. 



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10 Aug. 1874. *Capt. Philip Hamond, care of C. A. Hamond, Twyford Hall. 

Guist, near Elmham Station, Norfolk. 

29 Sept. 1880. "Theodore J. Habe, Crook Hall, Chorley. 

30 Apr. 18(59. William Marsh Harvey, Goldington Hall, Bedford. 

17 Apr. 1869. *Tne Rev. Samuel Hatman, M.A., The Rectory, Douglas, Cork. 

3 Jine,1873. *William C. Heane, The Lawn, Cinderford, Gloucestershire. 
14 May, 1869. Lady Heathcote, Hursley Park, Winchester. 

21 May, 1878. Miss Maria S. Heathcote, 7 Rockstone Place, Southampton. 

8 May, 1869. Thomas Helsbt, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 

18 May, ls7ii. Miss Fu incus Margery Hext, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. 

22 Sept. 1869. John Hirst, jun., Dobcross, Saddleworth. 

27 Dec. 1879. *Historical Society of Pennsylvania (care of 13. P. Stevens, 

4 Trafalgar Square, W.C). 
24 Apr. 1869. *The Ven. Archdeacon Holbech, Farnborough, Banbury. 

31 Dec. 1879. William J. Hollway, Woodrising, Pinner, Watford. 

2 N iv. 1877. Charles G. Hornyold, Blackmore Park, Great Malvern. 
16Juue,1872. *Robert Hovenden, Heathcote, Park Hill Road, Croydon. 

27 Mar. 1869. "Joseph Jackson Howard, LL.D., F.S.A. {Hon. Treasurer), 
3 Dartmouth How, Blackheath, S.E. 

4 Nov. 1870. *Thomas Hugijes, F.S.A. , The Groves, Chester. 

20 Feb. 1871. William Hughes, 89 Alexandra Road, South Hampstead, N.W. 
20 Feb. 1879. Hull Subscbiption Library, Albion Street, Hull. 

11 Dec. 1871. *Inner Temple Library, The Librarian, E.C. 

29 Dec. 1877. *W. F. Marsh Jackson, Smethwick, near Birmingham. 

23 Sept. 1872. *William Jackson, F.S A., Fleathain House, St. Bees, by 

Car 1 1 forth. 
22 July, 1872. *T. E. Jacobson, M.D., Sleaford, Lincolnshire. 

9 Feb. 1880. *Francis James, 190 Cromwell Road, S.W. 

3 Apr. 1876. Rev. John Jane, Upton Pyne Rectory, Exeter. 

1 July, 1869. "The Rev. Edmund J ehiivn, M.A., Forbescourt, Dundee, N.B. 

24 Feb. 1876. The Rev. A. Jessop, D.D., School House, Norwich. 

2 Nov. 1877. *Arthur J. Jewers, F.S.A., Chester Place, Mutley, Plymouth. 
20 Mar. 1881. John Joseph Jones, Pensax Court, Tenbury. 

6 Mar. 1871. Morris C. Jones, F.S.A., Gnngrog, Welshpool. 

12 June,1878. Augustus Kelham, 67 Ashburnham Road, Bedford. 

7 June, 1876 *A. J. C. Kennedy. 

3 June, 1873. The Rev. Edward King, B.A., F.S.A. Scot., Werrington Vicar- 

age, near Launceston. 

17 Apr. 1880. King's Inns Library, Dublin (J. M. La Barte, Librarian). 

1 Jan. 1879. *Mrs. Henry Kingsley, Laurel Bank, Hillbrow, Liss, Hants. 

18 May, 1870. *Arthur John Knapp, Llanfoist House, Clifton, Bristol. 

31 Dec. 1870. *Thomas C. Sneyd Kynnersley, Moor Green, Moseky, Bir- 
mingham. 

31 Dec. 1869. *C. T. Lane, 3 Lombard Court, Lombard street, E.C. 
6 May, 1871. Thilip Langman, 17 Graceehurch Street, E.C. 

4 Nov. 1870. *Thomas Layton, F.S.A., Kew Bridge, Middlesex. 

2 Jan. 1871. Sir Edmund A. H. Lechmere, Bart., M.P., 13 Bolton Row, 

Mayfair, W. 
22 Sept. 1869. The Rev. F. G. Lee, D.C.L., F.S.A., All Saints' Vicarage, York 

Road, Lambeth, S.E. 
27 Apr. 1874. *Stanley Leiqhton, M.P., Athenseuni Club, 107 Pall Mall, S.W. 

3 Apr. 1869. *Mrs. Littledale, 26 Crauley Gardens, S.W. 

2 Sept. 1872. *Liverpool Free Public Library, William Brown Street, 
Liverpool (Peter Cowell, Librarian). 
24 Nov. 1869. 'Ben. Lock wood, Storthes Hall, Huddersfield. 



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8 Sept. 1871. The Rev. W. J. Loftie, F.S.A., 3a Sheffield Terrace, Canipden 

Hill, Kensington, W. 

9 May, 1873. *Library Committee of the Corporation of the City 

of London, Guildhall Library, E.C. (W. H. Overall, 
Librarian). 
20 Dec. 1877. London Library, 12 St. James's Square, S.W. (Robert 
Harrison, Librarian). 
2 Nov. 1877. *William Long, F.S.A., West Hay, Wrington, Somerset. 
24 Juno, 1881. *G. Blundell Longstaff, Southfleld Grange, Wandsworth, 
S.W. 
7 Apr. 1869. *William H. Dyer Longstaffe, Gateshead. 
31 Dec. 1878. B. de Bertodano Lopez, 22 Chester Terrace, Regent's Park,N.W. 

14 May, 1869. Sir John Maclean, F.S.A. (Council), Bicknor Court, Coleford, 

Gloucestershire. 
28 Nov. 1870. The Rev. A. R. Maddison, Vicars' Court, Lincoln. 
1 Feb. 1879. Mrs. Manby, Etonleigh, Perrhyu Road, East Acton, W. 
16 Mar. 1874. *Manchester Free Library, Manchester (Charles W. 

Sutton, Librarian). 
23June,1869. The Duke of Manchester (President), 1 Great Stanhope 

Street, W. 

10 Apr. 1869. George W. Marshall, LL.D., F.S.A. (Council), 60 Onslow 

Gardens, S.W. 
24 Dec. 1876. J. E. Martin (care of T. Bosworth, 66 Great Russell Street, 
W.G). 
7 Aug. 1872. Walter C Meller, B.A. 
20 May, 1869. *Walter C Metcalfe, F.S.A., Wangford, Suffolk. 
7 May, 1878. *Thomas Tindal Methold, 7 Ashburn Place, Cromwell Road, 
South Kensington, S.W. 

24 May, 1869. The Right Hon. Viscount Midleton, Eaton Square, S.W. 

25 Mar. 1875. H. V. Milbank, 35 Avenue Montaigne, Paris. 

20 July, 1878. Samuel Milne Milne, Calverley House, near Leeds. 

24 Aug. 1870. The Rev. John Mirehouse, Colsterworth Rectory, Grantham. 

10 Sept. 1877. Mitchell Library (F. P. Barrett, Librarian), Ingram Street 

East, Glasgow. 
23 May, 1878. *J. W. Mitchell, Audley, Sidmouth. 
1 Apr. 1879. *W. J. C. Moens, Tweed, near Lymington, Hants. 
1 Nov. 1881. J. B. M. Lingard-Monk, Alderley Edge, Cheshire. 
12 Apr. 1869. *The Right Hon. Lord Monson ( Vice-President), 29 Belgrave 

Square, S.W. 
28 July, 1869. Thomas H. Montgomery, 232 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, 
U.S.A. 

18 May, 1870. *Colonel Charles Thomas John Moore, F.S.A., Framptou Hall, 

near Boston. 

19 Jan. 1878. The Rev. Cecil Moore, M.A., 79 Cambridge Terrace, Hyde 

Park, W. 
17 June,1878. Mrs. Moore, Lawneswood House, Stourbridge. 

20 Feb. 18H0. *John Mullings, Cirencester. 

31 Dec. 1869. George J. Murray, 2 Westbourne Crescent, W. 
16 Dec. 1870. *C. R. Scott-Murray, Danesfield, Great Marlow. 
16 Apr. 1875. *W. Martial Myddelton,12 Albion Grove, Stoke Newington.N. 

14 Sept. 1872. Naval and Military Club, 94 Piccadilly, W. 
24 Jan. 1878. Charles Neve, Benenden, Staplehurst, Kent. 

7 Sept. 1878. *New England Historic Genealogical Society, 18 Somerset 
Street, Boston, U.S.A. (J. Ward Dean, Librarian) (care of 
E. G. Allen, 12 Tavistock Row, Covent Garden, W.C.). 

15 Feb. 1879. New York State Library, Albany, U.S.A. (care of Stevens 

and Haynes, Bell Yard, Temple Bar.) 



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23 Feb. 1870. * James Newman (care of B. Quaritch, 15 Piccadilly, W.) 
18 May, 1870. *Miss Newman (rare of B. Quaritch, 15 Piccadilly, W.) 

18 May, 1870. *Miss Charlotte Newman (care of B. Quaritch, 15 Piccadilly, W.) 

24 May, 1869. *Major W. Newsome, E.E., Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

30 Juue,1873. Fbedebick I. Nicholl, F.S.A., 120 Harley Street, W. 

8 Sept. 1871. J. W. Steadlinq Nicholl-Caene, D.C.L., St. Donat's Castle, 

Bridgend, Glamorganshire. 

11 Aug. 1876. G. W. Nicholl, The Ham, Cowbridge, Glamorganshire. 

20 May, 1881. J. Gamson Nicholson, 18 Acomb Street, Manchester. 

3 Apr. 1874. The Rev. C. B. Noecliffe, Langton Hall, Malton, Yorkshire. 
28 May, 1879. J. N. Ptke Nott, Bydown, Svvymbridge, Barnstaple. 

31 Dec. 1875. Nottingham Subscription Libraey, Nottingham (W. P. 

Phillimoee, Hon. Secretary). 

19 June, 1874. The Rev. T. E. O'Fflaheetie, Capel Vicarage, Dorking. 

20 Feb. 1880. John O'Haet, Eingsend, Dublin. 
28 Feb. 1877. *Heney Leigh Ormsbt. 

28 July, 1869. Evan Ortneb, 3 St. James's Street, S.W. 

6 May, 1871. Sir Charles J. Palmer, Bart., Dorney Court, Windsor. 
28 July, 1869. The Eev. Fielding Palmee, Eastcliffe, Chepstow. 

4 Nov. 1870. The Eev. John Papillon, M.A., F.S.A., Lexden Eectory, 

Colchester. 

14 Feb. 1880. Captain John W. E. Parker, 19th Foot, The Barracks, Belfast, 

Ireland. 
24 Feb. 1874. Mansfield Parkyns, Woodborough Hall, Notts. 

7 Sept. 1877. *Thomas W. Paee, The Grove, Cossington, Leicester. 
20 J uly, 1875. Hon. Levi Paesons, 115 East 28th Street, New York. 

7 Apr. 1869. Daniel Paesons, M.A., Stuart's Lodge, Malvern Wells. 

28 July, 1869. D. Williams Paterson, Newark Valley, New York, U.S.A. 

31 Dec. 1875. W. Victor Paulet, Sunningdale, Bournemouth. 

28 July, 1869. Edward Peacock, F.S.A., Bottesford Manor, Brigg, Lincolnshire. 

28 July, 1869. The Eev. A. J. Pearman, Merstham, Surrey. 

1 May, 1871. Ira B. Peck, Woonsocket, Ehode Island, U.S.A. 

18 Feb. 1871. *Henry Peckitt, Carlton Husthwaite, Thirsk, Yorkshire. 

29 Dec. 1872. Eichard Lawrence Pembeeton, Hawthorne Tower. Seaham 

Harbour, co. Durham. 
22 July, 1875. Hugh Penfold, Eustington, Worthing. 

2 Nov. 1877. Edward Petee, Whitley Abbey, Coventry. 

30 May, 1881. William P. W. Phillimoee, M.A., 6 Quality Court, Chancery 

Lane. 
20 May, 1881. *Mrs. Pierce, Sherbourue House, Leamington. 

15 Feb. 1873. *W. Duncombe Pink, 5 King Street, Leigh, Lancashire. 
18 Apr. 1878. Eev. Alfred Stephenson Poetee, M.A., Eedditch. 

31 Dec. 1875. The Eev. F. J. Poynton, Kelstou Eectory, Bath. 

18 Dec. 1878. John Edwaed Peice, F.S.A., F.E.S.L., 60 Albion Eoad, Stoke 
Newington, N. 

8 Dec. 1877. *Lieut.-Col. W. F. Pbideaux, 2 Sidlaw Terrace, Bognor. 

29 July, 1875. *Beenaed Quaeitch, 15 Piccadilly, W 

11 May, 1869. *The Eev. Canon Eaine, York. 

6 Dec. 1870. J. E. Eaines, Burton Pidsea, Burstwick, near Hull. 

11 Dec. 1874. Evelyn W. Eashleigh, Menabill}', Cornwall. 

29 Oct. 1875. Jonathan Eashleigh, Kilmarth, Par Station, Cornwall. 

28 Jan. 1881. *Miss Eawlins, Durley Dean, Bournemouth. 

27 May, 1880. *James Heney Eea, Wheatsheaf Hill, London Eoad, Worcester. 

28 Sept. 1872. General Meredith Read, Consul-General of the United States. 



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10 Mar. 1874. The Rev. O. J. Reichel, Spar sholt Vioarage, ('hallow Station, 

Great Western Railway, Berks. 

29 Apr. 1871. *Samuel Rigby, Bruohe Hull, near Warrington. 

2 Nov. 1874. "Colonel Alexander Ridgway, 2 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, 

S.W. 

30 Mar. 1869. *The Rev. C. J. Robinson, M.A. (Auditor), West Hackney Rectory, 

Stoke Newington, N. 

11 Sept. 1880. *Beooke Robinson, Barford House, Warwick. 
14 Apr. 1880. Rochdale Free Public Library, Rochdale. 

24 Feb. 1876. The Rev. T. Owen Rocke, Clungunford Rectory, Aston-on- 
Clun. 

27 May, 1869. *The Rev. Edward Rogers, M.A., Odcombe Rectory, Ilminster. 

31 Dec. 1875. *John R. Rollins, M.A., Lawrence, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 

12 Sept. 1877. W. O. Roi'EK, Southfield, Lancaster. 

3 Dec. 1873. J. Brooking Rowe, Mulgrave Street, Plymouth. 

29 Jan. 1878. Royal Historical Society, 22 Albemarle Street, W. 
20 Jan. 1871. Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin. 

28 May, 1869. Royal Library, Windsor Castle, Windsor. 

28 July, 1869. The Rev. David Royce, Netherswell Vicarage, Stow-on-the- 

Wold. 
18 May, 1870. *James Rusby, F.R. Hist. Soc, 18 Oppidans Road, Regent's Park, 

N.W. 
12 Dec, 1874. Edward Russell, Boston, U.S.A. 
20 Jan. 1871. J. Paul Rylands, F.S.A. (Council), Highfields, Thelwall, near 

Warrington. 
31 Dec. 1881. "Thomas Glazebeook Rylands, F.S.A., Highfields, Thelwall, 

near Warrington. 

27 July, 1879. *W. de Rythre, Riverstown House, Monasterevan, Ireland. 

24 June, 1878. S. Sutherland Safford, Parkshot, Richmond, Surrey. 

3 June, 1873. *General Sir John St. George, K.C.B., 22 Cornwall Gardens, 
Queen's Gate, S.W. 
18 Aug. 1873. John Edmund Sandbach, Mayfield, Withiugton, Manchester. 
12 July, 1881. The Hon. Mrs. Leopold Scarlett, Parkhurst, Dorking. 

7 Mav, 1878. J. R. Scott, Knowle, The Drive, Walthamstow, Essex. 

8 Dec. 1877. G. D. Scull, Rugby Lodge, 12 Norham Road, Oxford. 

26 Apr. 1869. Evelyn Philip Shirley, F.S.A. (Vice-President), Ettington 

Park, Stratford-on-Avon. 

29 Jan. 1878. *Sion College Library (Rev. W. R. Milman, Librarian), Lon- 

don Wall, E.C. 
12 Jan. 1871. *Robert Hardisty Skaife, 5 Blenheim Place, Holgate Road, 
York. 

28 July, 1869. The Rev. E. H. Mainwaring Sladen, M.A., F.R.G.S., The 

Gore, Bournemouth. 

18 Feb. 1873. *Coningsby C. Sibthorp, Canwick Hall, Lincoln. 

1 Jan. 1875. *Justin Simpson, 277 Strand, W.C. 

11 May, 1869. J. S. Smallfield, 269 Stanhope Street, N. W. 

5 June, 1874. Hubert Smith, Belmont House, Bridgenorth. 

10 Nov. 1873. *J. C. C Smith, H.M. Probate Court, Somerset House, W.C. 

20 Oct. 1875. *Stedman S. Smith, Burcote, Bridgenorth. 

20 Feb. 1879. *H. Stinton Smith. 

25 Jan. 1871. The Rev. Walter Sneyd, 55 Portland Place, W. 

22 Mar. 1871. *Society of Antiquaries of London, Burlington House, W. 

7 June,1872. *Somersetshire Archaeological Society, Museum, Taunton. 

20 Jan. 1877. *Edward Solly, 34 King Street, Cheapside, E.C. 

27 Jan. 1879. *Rev. J. H. Stanning, Leigh Vicarage, Leigh, Lancashire. 
24 Dec. 1881. *John Stansfeld, Harehills View, New Leeds. 

31 Dec. 1875. *The Rev. Hugh A. Stowell, Breadsall Rectory, Derby. 
22 Sept. 1869. *John Sykes, M.D., F.S.A., Doncaster. 



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28 Deo. 1871. *The Rev. James Tatloe, Whioham Rectory, Sylecroft, Cum- 
berland. 

28 July, 1869. Miss Caeoline C. Thatee, 80 Clifford Street, Boston High- 
lands, Boston, U.S.A. 

27 Mar. 1872. Samuel Vospee Thomas, Newborough, Wimborne, Dorset. 

3 Apr. 1876. *Mrs. G. Blundell-Thompson, The Grove, Allerton, Liverpool. 

15 June,1878. *C. H. Tindall, Piatt Hall, Rusholme, Manchester. 

28 Dec. 1870. Robert F. Tomes, Weston, Stratford-on-Avon. 

24 Nov. 1869. George D. Tomlinson, Ramsden Street, Huddersfield. 
28 Dec. 1876. John Tremayne, Heligan, St. Austell, Cornwall. 

16 Mar. 1871. *Joseph Herbert Tritton, 36 Queen's Gate Gardens, S.W. 

8 Mar. 1881. H. J. Trotter, 2 Harcourt Buildings, Temple. 

1 Feb. 1876. *Stephen Tucker, Somerset Herald, College of Arms, Queen 

Victoria Street, E.G. 
19 Jan. 1881. Wm. Murray Tuke, Saffron Walden. 

4 Nov. 1870. *The Rev. Samuel Blois Turner, F.S.A., All Saints' Rectory, 

Halesworth, Suffolk. 
15 Sept. 1876. *A. S. Turner, 174 Amherst Road, Lower Clapton, E. 
28 July, 1861). *J. R. Daniel-Tyssen, F.S.A. (Council), 9 Lower Rock Gardens, 

Brighton. 

9 Jan. 1875. Henry F. J. Vaughan, 30 Edwardes Square, Kensington, W. 
10 June,1869. *Sir Henry M. Vavasour, Bart., F.S.A. (Vice-President), 8 Upper 

Grosvenor Street, W 

2 May, 1871. Benj. Llewely'N Vawdrey, Tushiugham Hall, Whitechurch, 

Salop. 

3 Dec. 1874. Lieut.-Colonel P. D. Vigors, Malcolmville, Bagenalstown, Ireland. 

18 Dec. 1874. *Henry Wagner, F.S.A. (Auditor), 13 Half Moon Street, Picca- 
dilly, W. 

18 May, 1870. *Edward Waltham, Watcomb House, St. Anne's Place, 
Streatham Hill, S.W. 

24 Apr. 1869. *R. E. Egerton-Warbuston (Vice-President), Arley Hall, 
Northwich. 
2 Jan. 1871. The Earl of Warwick, 1 Stable Yard, St. James's, S.W. 

28 Feb. 1877. Washington Library of Congress, U.S.A. (care of E.G. Allen, 
12 Tavist uck Row, Covent Garden). 
2 Sept. 1872. W Atkinson Library, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A. (care of 
E. G. Allen). 

22 June, 1870. Frank G. Watney, Landmore, Aghadowey, co. Derry. 

4 Nov. 1870. *John Watney, F.S.A., F.R.G.S., Mercers' Hall, Ironmonger 

Lane, Cheapside, E.C. 

27 Jan. 1879. Capt. Chas. M. Watson, R.E., 41 Victoria Road, Kensing- 

ton, W. 

1 Mar. 1871. Archibald Weir, M.D., St. Mungho's, Great Malvern. 

18 May, 1870. W. H. Weldon, College of Arms, Queen Victoria Street, B.C. 
22 Sept. 1869. Lieut.-Colonel Gould' Huntee-Weston, F.S.A., Huuterston, 
West Kilbride, Ayrshire. 

2 Oct. 1874. Charles A. White, New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A. 

1 July, 1876. *Captain Edward Arthur White, F.S.A., Old Elvet, Durham. 
1 7 Nov. 1876. *George White, Ashley House, Epsom. 

28 July, 1869. William H. Whitmore, Boston, U.S.A. (Hon. Local Sec. 

for U.S.A.). 
1 May, 1872. The Rev. Thomas Whorwood, D.D., Willoughby, near Rugby. 
12 June, 1878. J. J. Garth Wilkinson, M.D., F.R.G.S., 76 Wuiipole Street, W. 
7June,1877. William Martin Wilkinson, The Lawn, Ealing, W. 
22 Dec. 1870. The Rev. Augustin Williams, Icomb Rectory, Stow-on-the- 
Wold. 



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Charles Williams, Moseley Lodge, Birmingham. 

Edward Windeatt, Totnes, Devon. 
*The Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, 90 Marlborough Street, Boston, 

U.S.A. 
♦Benjamin Winstone, 53 Russell Square, W.C 

It. 11. Wood, K.S.A., l'enrlios House, Rugby. 

Charles H. L. Woodd, F.G.S., 34 New Bond Street, W. 
*Sir Albert W. Woods, F.S.A., Garter King of Arms, College 
of Arms, Queen Victoria Street, E.C 

John Woodgate, Little Bentley Hall, Colchester. 
*Ashbel Woodward, M.D., Franklin, Connecticut, U.S.A. 

Royal Woodward, Albany, New York, U.S.A 

Dr. A. E. Woolrych, 43 King's Road, Chelsea, S.W. 

7 Oct. 1879. *TaLE College, U.S.A. (care of E. G. Allen, 12 Tavistock Row, 
Coveut Garden). 



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13 Apr. 


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20 Aug. 


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L879. 

1878. 



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