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Family Subtree Diagram : Brereton, Richard+Elizabeth Kendricke

PLEASE NOTE: If you do not see a GRAPHIC IMAGE of a family tree here but are seeing this text instead then it is most probably because the web server is not correctly configured to serve svg pages correctly. see http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/SVG:Server_Configuration for information on how to correctly configure a web server for svg files. ? 30/07/1751 Joseph son of the Reverend Mr Joseph (or John?) Brereton, Vicar, and Alethea his wife. There were two John Breretons of Nantwich of the same generation as Captain John…. John Brereton, mercer, who married Dorothy Brown on June 20, 1639 and had four children: Dorothy, born 15 March 1640; John born 3 September 1643, William, born 18 April 1647 and Margaret born 14 January 1649 … the other, John Brereton of Nantwich married Elizabeth Maisterson at Nantwich on November 28, 1640 and had a son John who was baptised August 19, 1644. There seems to be no record of (a) Captain John ever having a family. In a Will dated February 8, 1653/54 written by John of Nantwich, mercer, mention is made of his sons, John and William, the under age, an estate at Bartherton in the Parish of Wybunbury and tenements in Blacklow. Reverend John Brereton of Wybunfury was presumably the father of John of Nantwich and was descended of Hugh, the brother of Sir Andrew whose descendents went to Ireland and from whom the Wisconsin Breretons come. The fact that several estates are mentioned in the will indicates that probably John of Nantwich, though a mercer, did not belong to the middle-class originally, but was a younger son of the aristocracy. Also, the coincidence of the estate in Wybunbury seems to bear out the relationship between John of Nantwich, mercer, and Reverend John of Wybunbury. Les Chantry's theory of Brereton and Stockton connection Two families: St Oswalds (Malpas) and St. Olave (Chester) Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Adopted Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Marriage (nine children) 12 Mar 1657 (Acton by Nantwich) . Probably at Burland No more children Marriage (two children) 15 Mar 1631 (Bunbury). Abode: Acton No more children Marriage (four children) 1635 (Sandbatch) Abode: Burland, Acton No more children Marriage (a child) 1714 (Acton) No more children Marriage 2 Apr 1695 XTo be completed Marriage (five children) 7-Jul-1735 (Acton or Coppenhall) Abode: Burland No more children Marriage (seven children) 1769 (Acton by Nantwich) XTo be completed Committed (long-term) relationship (six children) Acton by Nantwich No more children Marriage (six children) 5 Dec 1763 (Bunbury) +Possibly more children Marriage (eleven children) 24 Aug 1801 Hurleston by Acton No more children Marriage 1795 Marriage 6 Jan 1731 Marriage 1697 XTo be completed Marriage 1 Jan 1674 (Acton by Nantwich) Marriage 16 Jun 1664 XTo be completed Marriage 1700 (Prestbury) XTo be completed Marriage 1682 (Prestbury) XTo be completed Marriage (six children) 20 Jun 1639 (Malpas & Prestbury) No more children Marriage (four children) 5 Sep 1594 (Tarporley) Abode: Beeston No more children Marriage 1628 (Bunbury) XTo be completed Marriage (five children) 23 Aug 1615 (St. Oswalds) Marriage (two children) 10 Nov 1621 (St Olave) +Possibly more children Marriage (two children) Hurleston, Acton +Possibly more children Marriage (a child) Hurleston, Acton Marriage (two children) Q3 1847 (Nantwich) +Possibly more children Marriage (a child) 1835 No more children Marriage 1841 XTo be completed Marriage 10 Jul 1799 Relative ofPossible Mother & Daughter - TBC Relative of NeighborGeore and Randle were closby at Hurleston in 1841 1663 - 1701 Jonathan (John) Brereton 37 37 Jonathan is one of my 256 Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Great (9X) Grandfathers. ~1635 - 1724 Elizabeth Kendricke 89 89 Elizabeth was from "Swandley" (probably Swanley, Acton) when she married Richard in 1657.

The first two children were named after Elizabeth's parents and the next boy and girl after Richard's.
1663 William Brereton 1667 - 1715 Thomas Brereton 47 47 My 9th great-uncle 1658 Elizabeth Brereton 1668 Anna Brereton 1671 - 1719 Ranalphus (Randle or Ralph) Brereton 48 48 My 9th great-uncle 1609 Anne Gardener Anne was the daughter of Hugh Gardener from Beeston ~1610 - <1662 Richard Kendricke 52 52 1590 Elizabeth Webenham Elizabeth Weberham (or possible Wilberham). Sara Chesters ~1668 Ricahrd Cretchley Was "Johannem Birtch" (from FamilySearch record) biut Cretchlet is better sources 1674 Margaret Brereton 1661 - 1733 Richard Brereton 72 72 My 9th great-uncle 1666 - 1666 Thomas Brereton ~1640 Margaret Kendricke 1633 Thomas Brereton Baptism record shows Thomas was the son of John Brewerton & Elizabeth the daughter of Peggy Bettiley, so probably a bastard child (see image).  Elizabeth Bettiley died in October 1637. 1711 - >1766 Maria (Mary) Blackmore 54 54 1738 - 1739 John Brereton 1 1 1742 John Brereton 1744 - 1745 Thomas Brereton 1 1 1746 - 1820 Thomas Brereton 74 74 1749 Randle Brereton 1596 - <1657 John Brereton 61 61 John Brereton is one of my 1024 Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Great (11X) Grandfathers.

John was from Hurlestone, near Acton by Malpas.

1714 <female> Brereton No name given 1748 - 1813 Hannah Vicars 65 65 1661 Amy Bettiley Amy's father was William Bettiley 1710 - 1765 Rannulphus (Randle) Brereton 55 55 On 17 March 1725, when Randle was 15, ha may have had a son Randal Brereton who was baptised at Acton by Nantwich.  The mother was Mary Litler.

On 8 Jan 1731, Rannulphus married Maria Beech at Church Lawton, Cheshire.
1699 - 1699 Thomas Brereton 1703 - 1703 Amy Brereton 1707 Anna Brereton Anne (Hannah) Huxley 1783 - 1837 Randle Brereton 54 54 Randle and Elizabeth had a large family of 11 (or more) at Acton 1775 Sally Brereton 1777 John Brereton 1771 Mary Brereton 1773 Mary Brereton 1770 - 1770 Mary Brereton 1781 - <1837 Elizabeth Sadler 56 56 1787 George Brereton 1771 - 1867 Ann Brereton 96 96 1800 Jane Brereton 1791 George Brereton 1774 - >1851 Ralph Nield 77 77 ~1710 Maria Beech ~1674 Thomas Garrett 1639 - 1641 Dorothy Brereton 2 2 Dorothy married Matthew Wright in 1646 1641 - 1641 Elizabeth Brereton Assumed to have died an infant, as next daughter, in 1645, is another Elizabeth 1643 - 1731 Rev John Brereton 88 88 1647 William Brereton 1645 Elizabeth Brereton Elizabeth may have married Richard Barker in 1664. ~1633 Anne Bettiley ~1645 Richard Barker 1615 - 1668 Dorothy Browne 53 53 Sarah Cotterell Elizabeth Brownebyll 1767 Elizabeth Brereton 1701 Ralph Brereton 1648 Margaret Brereton 1623 - 1656 John Brereton 33 33 John of Malpas, refered to in the book "The Brereton Families of Bedford & Helmingham".

He was described as a "Mercer",  a dealer in cloth and textile fabrics, especially silks, velvets, and other fine materials.

The family appear to have moved (probably after John died) to Prestbury where wife Dorothy was buried in 1668 (an uncommon name for burials). Sons John and William also married at Prestbury (in 1682 and 1700).
1621 Johannes (John) Kendricke As well as Elizabeth and Margaret, Richard probably also has a son John. This John had a son Richard, baptised 10-Nov-1656, buried 26-Nob-1658 at Nantwich (by Acton). 1623 Maria Kendricke ~1570 - 1625 Hugh Gardener 55 55 ~1572 Jane Whitlowe Jane Whitocke or Whitlowe (see image) 1602 Elizabeth Gardener 1605 Jane Gardener 1612 John Gardener ~1600 John Richardson 1583 Thomas Stockton ~1590 Thomasinam Brereton Marriage indexed as "Thomasinam Bridlon" 1635 Richard Stockton The Richard Stockton born 1635, Cheshire is possibly Richard Stockton the immigrant, one of the founding fathers of NJ, USA.

Thomas Stocton (or Stockton or Storton) and Anna Part (or Port) married at St Olave, Chester 10 Nov 1621 and had Richard (b.1635) and Alicia (b.1638) baptised there.
1616 Ales Stockton 1618 Katherine Stockton 1620 John Stockton 1638 Alicia Stockton 1615 Richard Stockton ~1610 Thomas Stockton Thomas Stocton or Stockton (two records) and Anna Part (or Port) married at St Olave, Chester 10 Nov 1621 and had Richard (b.1635) and Alicia (b.1638) baptised there. Therefore most likely another Thomas Stockton family than a big gap between births! ~1610 Anna Part ~1614 - 1614 John Stockton 1635 - 1677 Richard Brereton 42 42 Richard is one of my 512 Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Great (10X) Grandfathers (or 9th great-grandfather).

An IGI record shows burial 24-May-1677, and names both parents.  Their first two children were named after Elizabeth's parents and the next boy and girl after Richard's.

The English Civil War (1642-51) may have displaced Richard, or he may have been rewarded with (or lost) land and property by Lord Brereton for his actions.

In 1657, Richard Brereton "Late of Hurleston" married Elizabeth Kendrick of Swandley (Probably Swanley, Acton), in 1657.  His childen were all baptised at Acton near Nantwich.  Hutleston is the parish to the NW of Acton and Swanley (Bridge and House) are immediately West of Acton.
1704 - >1763 John Brereton 59 59 Son of Ralph of Nantwich.  Probably not John, born in Sandbach, son of Randall 1815 Ann 1838 Emma 1840 Thomas Brereton 1816 - 1847 Joseph Brereton 31 31 In 1841, Joseph (30) was with his father Randle at Hurleston.  Randle died in 1844 and Joseph 3 years later in 1847. Mary 1724 - 1725 Randle Brereton 1 1 Randle, son or Randle and Mary of Acton 1807 Thomas Brereton 1769 - 1844 Randle Brereton 75 75 Randal Brereton was born 20 Aug 1769, the son of Thomas and Hannah.

In 1841, Randall was a Hurleston, Acton, aged 70, a carpenter.  With him was Joseph Brereton (30), assumed son.
1811 Ann Brereton Ann's father was a carpenter at Hurleston.  She married her first husband James Crowest in 1835, a Joiner.  She had one son by him and then married Joseph Lobarth in 1841.

1808 Hannah Brereton 1813 George Brereton George was born at Hurleston, Acton by Nantwich.

In 1841, George and Ann (both 25) were at Hurleston, Acton with Emma (3) and Thomas (1)
1820 Martha Brereton 1818 - 1818 James Brereton 1824 Jane Brereton WARNING: There is another Jane born 1824 at Nantwich, daughter of John and Mary. 1826 James Brereton In 1851, James and Mary (24 & 26) were at Nantwich with Lucy (3) and Enoch (1)

In 1861, James and Mary (35 & 37) were at Pratchetts Row, Nantwich with 7 children
1804 - ~1805 Hannah (Ann) Brereton 1 1 1810 Sarah Brereton 1825 - 1897 Mary Hankey 72 72 1848 - 1899 Lucy Brereton 51 51 1850 Enoch Brereton 1822 Mary Brereton ~1810 James Crowest 1816 Joseph Lobarth 1837 James Crowest 1779 Sarah Brereton John Burrows
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