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children) (three children) (two children) (two children) (a child) (two children) (two children) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) 1796 Nancy Warren 1761 - 1842 William Warren 80 80 Note:

    1. (Source manuscript "Into and Out of - Old Kentucky" by William T. Smith.)
    2. Src: 1790 Census SC:
    Ninety Six District, Greenville County, William Warren 1-2-4-0-0
    1 Male >16, 2 Males <16, 4 Females
    3. Hardin Warren, Sr. not listed in 1790 Census, possibly born after 1790?
    4. Listed on 1800 Kentucky Tax List.
1761 - 1850 Rhoda Forrester 89 89 DECLARATION OF RHODA WARREN. WIDOW OF WILLIAM WARREN

State of Kentucky, Green County.
On this 14th day of January 1846 personally appeared before the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace in for the County aforesaid, Rhoda who being duly sworn according to law doth on her oath make the following Declaration in order to obtain the benefits of the Service Act of Congress Providing pensions for the widows of Revolutionary Soldiers. That she is now about eighty four or five years of age. That she was born as she verily believes about the year 1760-61. She had no record of her age however and has to rely upon her memory of past events to ascertain her age. That she was married to William Warren (who is now dead) in the County of Greenville in the State of South Carolina in the 14th year of her age to the best of her recollection. That her eldest child was born about 18 months after her marriage. Th at by said William Warren she had 13 children the youngest of' whom is now near about 40 years of age. That she removed with said husband William Warren to the County of Green and the state of Kentucky in the year 1796 according to the best of her recollection & there lived with the said William Warren as his wife until the 10th day of May 1842 upon which day the said William Warren departed this life in the said County of Green. That she has never intermarried since that time but sti ll continues the widow of the said William Warren Decd. She states that her said husband was a Revolutionary Soldier & performed service as such in that war but the particular dates of said service or length of said service or where rendered she is not now prepared to give an accurate account or a minute detail of. She states that this will however more fully appear by reference to the Declaration and proof filed by her said husband William Warren in the War Department at Washington City. Giving a full account of his said service which Declaration & proof referred to as a part of this petition.

She states that her husband said William Warren some years before his death, about the year 1833 or 4 made his application to the War Department for a Pension & was for some time inquiring his claim for it. That about the year 1839 the said Warren employed the Hon. Willis Green then a member of Congress to prosecute said claim & who did succeed in obtaining a certificate of Pension for said Warren, but that said Warren departed this life before said Green ever delivered the certificates over to him the said Warren. That said William Warren died on the 10th of May 1842 & that said Green obtained said certificate on the 15th of July of the proceeding year (1841). That said Green never delivered over to her the said Certificate until some time in the year 1845. Why it was that said Green failed to deliver over said Certificate sooner she is (illegible word) but supposes it (illegible word) to the (illegible word) of his (illegible word) in Congress and elsewhere.

She states that said William Warren her husband now deceased is the same identical person named in the certificate granted him of the above date. That he departed this life at the date above spoken of & without ever having drawn any thing for his services. That she has never since the death of said William drawn anything for the service of her said husband. That she has made application to the Pension agency at Washington for the purpose of drawing the arrears of pension due her said husband & refers to his application as part of this petition. And this said petition she files for the purpose of obtaining her own pension in right of the services of her deceased husband and placing herself upon a pension for life. She hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension except the present and arrears due her said husband. She states that she is unable from age and bodily infirmity to attend Court for the purpose of making her said declaration in Court. Sworn to and subscribed by the said Rhoda Warren who is personally known to me before me this day and year above written.

Signed:
Rhoda (X) Warren
F. G. Graham, J. P.

State of Kentucky, Green County.
This day personally came James Warren a citizen of Green County, KY & made oath before me that he was personally acquainted with Rhoda Warren, the present widow of William Warren, deceased, and was also acquainted with said William Warren long before & since this said marriage & that said Rhoda & said deceased William was married in Greenville County, South Carolina he thinks about the year 1774 or about that to the best of his recollection & that they lived together as man and wife until said William departed this life in Green County KY some years ago leaving said Rhoda his widow who is still living in Green Co. That he lived within 2 miles from said Rhoda & William at the time of the wedding though he was not at their marriage. Subscribed & sworn before me on this 5th March 1846.

Signed:
James (X) Warren
F. G. Graham, J. P.
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NOTE: After several months Rhoda provided more information and again tried to claim her late husband's pension.

State of Kentucky, Green County.
Declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the 3rd Section of the Act of Congress of the 4th July 1836. On this 29th day of September 1846 personally appeared before the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace for & of the Court of the County foresaid. Rhoda Warren, a resident of the said county of Green & State aforesaid aged 85 years who being first duly sworn according to Law doth on her Oath make the following Declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the Provisions made by the act of congress passed July 4, 1836. That she is the widow of William Warren, who is now dead, who was a private in the Revolution War. That she is now about 85 years of age. That she was born from the best information she can get about the year 1760- 61 in the County of (Blank) in the State of South Carolina. That she was married to the said William Warren in the summer of the year 1774 at about the age of 14 years in the county of Greenville in the State of Carolina & by said William Warren she had thirteen children the issue of their marriage. That her Eldest Child was born about eighteen months after her marriage a Daughter who is now about 69 years old and the youngest one of her children is now about 39 or 40 years of age. The names of her children above mentioned, the issue of her marriage with said William Warren are as follows beginning with the Eldest viz.: Polly, Hugh, Elizabeth, Sally, Hardin, Andrew, Fredrick, William, Nancy, Rhoda, John, Dodson, and Silas Warren. She was married to said Warren by a Baptist minister by the name of Webb by what was called Publication of Banns in the Church. She has made Enquiry & search for it but has been unable to find it & she supposes that no record was made of it or if it was she supposed it may have been destroyed from the early period of her said marriage & the loose manner of keeping records & the difficulty of preserving them in the Revolution. She thinks it uncertain whether she can procure a copy of said record if any was even ever made of her said marriage. She has no record of the date. That is of the particular month in which she was married nor any record of her age but has to rely upon her memory of past events to determine them.

She did keep or attempt to keep a record of the ages of her children but she cannot now find that, it is either lost or destroyed. She states that from her great age she is unable to give a detail of the services minutely and particularly of her said husband. Of the particular time he entered the Service of his Country or when he left it or how many Engagements he was in or the particular names of all the officers in command of the troops in which her husband served. She states that her husband said William Warren was in the Service of his Country & was out on duty often after the marriage with said William to her. She is not enabled to state the particular time he first entered the service. She states however that said William Warren to the best of her (illegible word) & recollection first entered the service in the County of Greenville, South Carolina. That said Warren had been & was engaged in his Country's Service at the time of her marriage with him. He (illegible word) and with her but a short time after her marriage before he said Warren was called to go in the army towards Charleston but she cannot recollect the Captain or any other officers names. She recollects however that General Green after this took command as she was informed & that said William Warren was out in Service under said Green. She states that her said husband William applied for a Pension for said service & filed his proof Declaration in the Pension office at Washington City and that on the 15th day of July 1841 he said Warren had granted to him a certificate for his Pension at the rate of $66.66 ct per annum. She states that said William Warren died in the said County of Green and State of Kentucky on the 10th day of May 1842 leaving her the said Rhoda his widow, That she never intermarried since the death of said William Warren but still continues his widow. She states that from her great age and bodily infirmity she is unable to attend Court for the purpose of making this declaration in Court. She refers to the proof declaration as well as her former proof in this Court of said William Warren now on file in the Pension office at Washington City for a full history of his service in the Revolution. She states that she is the identical person who was the wife of the same William Warren to whom a certificate of Pension was provided as above stated. I further certify that said Rhoda Warren is a person of undoubted veracity & her said statement entitled to full credit & belief.

Signed: Rhoda (X) Warren, F. G. Graham
1776 Polly Warren 1775 Joseph Pelce 1805 Rhoda Pelce 1778 William Warren 1764 Hugh Warren 1785 Sally Warrren 1787 Elizabeth Warren 1788 Hardin Warren 1793 - 1850 Frederick Warren 57 57 Voice call from Stephen Warren, descendant of Frederick Warren
states that Frederick Warren was listed as "Ben" on the death
certificate of son Jacob Warren.

Place of Birth was considered Boyle county, according to Marriage
Listing of Frederick's son, Dotson Warren and wife Parthena Skaggs.
This was written in the 1860's, at which time Boyle county was in
existence. However, when Frederick was born, this would have
been Lincoln County or Mercer County, as Boyle County was created
in 1842.

I find a Frederick Warren in the 1830 Greene County, Indiana census.
The info from the census indicates that this may be our Frederick.
1 white male between 30 and 40. Frederick's age was 37 (born 1793)

We would then know that his wife was younger, between 20 and 30.

Also listed is at least 6 others in his family, most likely his
children.

Either from restlessness or from a burning pioneer spirit, some of the Warrens decided to move on to Indiana in the
1820's, (Indiana became a state in 1816). The names of the heads of the families that moved include *Hardin, Fredrick,
and William, who were all sons of William. The Johnsons and Pelts who became allied by marriage accompanied
these Warrens on their trek. The county to which they moved was also named Greene County. It was heavily forested
and mountainous terrain, similar to the land they-farmed back in Kentucky. Hardin owned some 40 acres and Fredrick,
his brother owned 80 acres.

DEED OF FREDRICK AND SARAH WARREN TO JOHN PELTS

Be it remembered than on the 22nd day of March 1834 that John Pelts filed the following deed to be made a matter of record
which is in the words and figures following to wit: This indenture made this twenty second day of March in the year of our
Lord on thousand eight hundred and thierty four between Fredrick Warren and Sarah Warren his wife of the County of Green
and State of Indiana of the one part and John Pelts of the County and State aforesaid of the other. Witnesseth tthat the said
Fredrick Warren and Sarah Warren his wife for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars to them in
hand paid the receipt wherof is hereby acknowledge have granted bargained and sold and by this presents do grant
bargained and sell to the said John Pelts a certain piece of parcel of land in the said county of Greene it being the East Half
of the North West Quarter of Section No. Twenty seven in Township seven North of Range No. Four West containing Eighty
Acres with the appurtenances there unto belonging or in any wise appertaining to have and to hold. The said tract of land
under the incumberance of a certain mortgage on the said tract of land under the incumbeerance of a certain mortgage on the
said tract of land given by me saidd Fredrick Warren to Carpus Shaw School Commissioneer in and for the said County of
Green and his successor in office dated May the 25th 1833 to secure the payment of the sum of thirty three dollars to be
paid in one year form said 25 day of May with the appurtenances there unto belonging to him the said John Pelts his heirs
and assigns to his and their only proper use and benefit and behoof forever; and they the said Fredrick Warren and Sarah
his wife to and with the said John Pelts his heirs and assigns do convenant and agree that they will and their therein shall
(except the incumbrance of the above named mortgage) Warrant and Defend the said tract of land of 80 acres against the
claim of all manner of persons unknown. In witness wherof the said Fredrick Warren and Sarah his wife have hereunto
set their hand seals this 22 day of March, 1834 as above written.
Signed Sealed and delivered his
in presence of us Fredrick X Warren
mark
Elisha P. Cushman her
Esther Cushman Sarah X Warren
mark
State of Indiana, Greene County. On this 22 day of March 1834 personally appeared before me the undersigned Recorder in
and for said County the above mentioned Fredrick Warren who acknowledged the forgoing deed to be executed by him and
his free voluntary act. An also afterwards on the same day came Sarah wife of Fredrick who being by me examined
separated and apart from her husband and duly informed of the contents of said deed, acknowledged she executed the same
freely and voluntarily and without the coercion or comulsion of her said husband. Given under my hand and seal this the
said 22nd of March 1834
Thomas Warnick Recorder

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ingramrelated&id=I015411
1795 Andrew Warren 1800 Rhoda Warren 1805 John Warren 1806 Dodson Warren 1807 Silas Warren 1723 - 1800 Hugh Warren 77 77 http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=skaggsl&id=I00506
Note:

    1. [Brøderbund Family Archive #310, Ed. 1, Census Index: Colonial America, 1607-1789, Date of Import: Sep 13, 1996, Internal Ref. #1.310.1.1835.100]

    Individual: Warren, Hugh
    County/State: Ninety-six Dist., SC
    Year: 1779
    2. Listed as a South Carolina Patriot in the American Revolution. "He served on horseback from 1 February 1783 to 15 July 1783 under Capt. Major Parson and Col. Roebuck." (Source manuscript "Into and Out of - Old Kentucky" by William T. Smith.)
    3. Died at age 69 after Feb 5, 1794, because on that date he was a Jury Member in Greenville County, SC. (Source ibid.)
    4. He sold property to Thomas Warren February 16, 1787 in District Ninety Six, Craven County, SC. The land was located on the west side of the Pacolet River. In 1791 Thomas Warren sold this land to Isaac Young. (Source ibid.)
    5. Hugh bought property from John Collins March 18, 1787 in 96 District, Spartanburg County, SC. He paid 100 pounds for 205 acres located on both sides of the South Tygar River.
    6. Hugh Warren: File No. 597; Bk 23, p. 123
    100 Acres on both sides of Buck Creek of Packlet......23 Jan 1773.....Jo Martin.
    Src: North Carolina Land Grants in South Carolina....Holcomb...Cat No. SCR 929.3756
    Src: S.C. Land Memorials, Vol XII, p. 517, gives year as 1773.
    7. Listed in 1790 Census as follows:
    Ninety Six District, Greenville County, Hugh Warren 1-0-2-0-0
    1 Male >16, 2 Females over 16.
    Src: 1790 Census SC
    8. Who was 2nd Female?
    9. Listed on 1800 Kentucky Tax List.[HughAncestors.ftw]

    Research to date, has proved our ancestry back to Virginia. What hasn't been proven, is where Hugh Warren Senior, and wife Sarah were born.

    Apparently a genealogical search on Capt. William Warren of this family, traces his lineage through a William Warren (immigrant) in 1653 in New Towne Hundred in Maryland. RE: Wilma Warren Raysin of Paragould, Arkansas.

    I have not substantiated any of the data for Matthew, John, or Levi, as it was provided by another researcher. At this point, I can neither prove it true, or false. The fact From Hugh Senior in the Family group referenced by Wilma Warren Raysin and passed along by Larry A. Warren and noted December 10th, 1997


    Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire
    page 517
    Samuel,Spurwink, fisherman, 25 in 1653, 34 in 1664, took O. A. and sub. to Mass. in 1658. He m. Mary Boaden(1), ±43 in 1679, who m. 2d Walter Adams(20). She was frequenting the company of John Mayer in a suspicious manner in 1665. He had a gr. from Mr. Jocelyn in 1668 and 50 a. at Spurwink from Mr. Scottow in 1675. Selectman 1671, 1673, 1674, 1676; gr.j. 1673, 1674; j. 1664, 1666, 1672, 1673. Lists 111, 232, 236, 237ac, 239ab. Adm. 30 June 1676 to wid. Mary. The inv. showed 120 a. of land, 10 a. of `in-land' and 10 a. of marsh. Kn. ch: Samuel, in ct. in 1674 for sailing out of Cape Porpus harbor on the Lord's day, m. Grace (Briar 4) Chilson bef. 1677 when they deeded her 1st husb.'s farm to Hugh Warren of Boston. Selectman 1681. Lists 237ac. No kn. ch. Josiah. Susanna, b. ab. 1660, lived with (1) in her youth, m. 1st Edward Bennett(4), m. 2d Peter King. Tobias, b. ab. 1665. Mary `Hocman,' b. in Black Point, w. of Thomas Hoar or Whove and a prisoner in Canada (see Hocman), may have been a dan. or a gr. dau. of (5).
1720 - 1810 Sarah Pope 90 90 1749 James Warren 1764 Hugh Warren 1682 - 1749 Thomas Warren 67 67 Note:

    [HughAncestors.ftw]

    I recently came across a will of Thomas Warren who died April 13, 1749. His will was proved on December 4, 1750 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

    In this will he lists his wife Mary, and his sons Hackley and Lancelot. He also names his daughters Rachel Hasken and Roxanna More.

    Does anyone have any information on this family? I have a Hackley Warren whose daughter Mary Agnes Warren born 1753 married James Sams. Mary and James Sams named their sons Hackley and Lancelot and Warren. Sounds like the same family to me, but need proof. Can anyone help? Thanks, Kathy - MorganHolt@aol.com

    Thomas was buried on the homeplace, Mattapon, St. George Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

    Sworn into the Colonial Army 5 August, 1729.


    Virginia County Records SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800
    WILLS
    WILL BOOK B 1749-1759
    page 10
    WARREN, THOMAS, Planter, Spotsylvania Co., d. Apr. 13, 1749, p. Dec. 4, 1750. Wit. Robert Huddlestone, Abram Rogers, Barbara Rogers. Ex. wife, Mary and son, Hackley Warren. Leg. son, Hackley Warren, 95 acres of land which I formerly gave to my daughter Rachel Hasken. Daughter, Elizabeth Brook; daughter Mary Buford; daughter, Roxanna More; son, Lancelot Warren. To my wife, Mary Warren, all the rest of my estate during her life. (Page 56)

    WARING , Benjamin 1716 Colony, SC Petitioner No Twp. Listed
    WARING , Benjamin 1717 Colony, SC Petitioner No Twp Listed
    WARING , John 1772 Colony, SC Resident No Twp Listed
    WARING , Lott 1779 Colony, SC Resident Old 96th DISTRICT
    WARING , Thomas 1717 Colony, SC Petitioner No Twp Listed
    WARING , William 1779 Colony, SC Resident Old 96th DISTRICT
    WARING THOMAS , 1716 Colony, SC Petitioner No Twp. Listed
1684 - 1749 Mary Elizabeth Hackley 65 65 1722 William Warren 1719 Rosanna Warren Lancelot Warren 1637 - 1691 John R. Warren 54 54 Note:

    [HughAncestors.ftw]

    24 July 1635. Persons to be transported (from London) to Virginia by
    the Assurance of London, Mr. Isack Bromwell, after examination by the
    Minister of Gravesend:
    Robert Brian 27; Maudlin Jones 60; Ann Shawe 32; John Duncomb 46; Sith
    Haieward 30; Richard Hamdy (or Hamey) 38; William Holland 35; Henry
    Snowe 26; Marie Southwood 22; Francis Rowlson 29; Jane Sowthern 19;
    Margerie Baker 39; Sara Rayne 18; Andrew Underwood 22; Phillipp Johns
    ; Henrie Marshall 35; Henry Heiden 30; Elizabeth Sherlocke 29; Thomas
    Hurlock 40; Samuel Handy 25; John Gater 36; Joan Gater 23; William Lee
    36; Josua Titloe 19; John Middleton 23; Robert Haiward 22; Samuel
    Powell 19; Richard Glover 24; Thomas Pagitt 41; Mathew Holmes 21;
    Elias Harrington 22; Richard Smith 35; Thomas Robinson 24; Evan Ap
    Evan 19;
    John Browne 21; Robert Frith 23; Thomas Wilkinson 23; Dennis Hoggin
    24; John Friccar 25; Richard Ridges 19; Edward Davies 27; Theodorus
    Bakewell 21; John Dermot 21; John Morgan 27; Thomas Baycock 46;
    Richard Rogers 48; Richard Lockley 51; John Jakes 20; Thomas More 19;
    John Baker 22; Nehemiah Cason 21; Robert Mayes 28; Richard Barnes 38;
    John Buttler 50; William Rebbell 19; Robert Wyon 22; Mathew Dixon 18;
    John Wheeler 23; John North 24; Moutford Newman 27; Robert Steere 17;
    William Lake 35; Humfrey Wilkins 19; Antony Stilgo 21; Thomas Deacon
    19; Robert Rigglie 19; Benjamin Pillard 18; Robert Davies 28; John
    Smith 20; Walter Merridith 33; Thomas Phillips 24; James Kingswill (or
    Kingsmill) 18; John Bowton 20; Walter Chapman 44; James Arnold 37;
    Richard Leake 18; Thomas Edwynn 13; Handgate Baker 22; John Abrock 20;
    Thomas Hall 15; James Edwin 18; Edward Commins 28; John Gater 15;
    Nicolas Gibson 22; John Roberts 46; George Mosely 20; James Ravish 20;
    John Hales 21; Warram Tuck 20; John Jones 30; William Culture 19;
    Robert Silby 19; Richard Bruster 26; John Swanley 21; William Charles
    21; Anthony Lee 21; William Williams 28; Henry George 19; John Billins
    21; William Write 18; Robert Lovett 20; Job Jefferie 19; Henrie Haler
    22; Richard Symonds 33; James Sparks 57; Richard Kirbie 32; James
    Hingle 40; Thomas Saunderson 24; William Spicer 20; William Thomas 19;
    Henry Madin 30; Edward Ednall 21; Thomas Jefferies 22; Nicolas Jackson
    22; Thomas Spratt 23; Thomas Leonard 18; Thomas Beson 24; Christopher
    Dixon 24; Isack Kemp 23; Jeremie Slie 19; John O'Mullin 18; Antony
    Procter 16; Robert Handley 19; John Aymies 18; John Tayler 21; William
    Roffin 18; Richard Halsey 13; Antony Otland 18; Robert Oldrick 18;
    William Hall 21; JOHN COPELAND 19 ; John Goad 18; John Pooly 17;
    Francis Gayer 18; Thomas Craven 17; Richard Lucas 16; George Cullidge
    18; Lawrence Barker 26; John Bowes 20; John Woodbridge 32; John
    Johnson 20; John Chappell 38; George Whittaker 32; Richard Liversidge
    24; Henrie Wood 20; Robert Max 21; John Warren 18; Thomas Turner 18;
    John Garland
    19; John Humfrey 23; Isack Ambrose 18; William Huncote 35; Thomas
    Williams 19; Thomas Foxcrofte 19; Thomas Hobbs 22; Charles Collohon
    19; Henry Donn 23; Roger Quintin 21; William Small 18; William Coleman
    16; Antony Androwe 21; John Richardson 18; William Claddin 17; Thomas
    Gudderidge 17; Roger Burley 17; Thomas Bard 16; Henry Butler 14; John
    Budd 15; John Marshall 35; William Read 30; Edward Mitchell 18; Robert
    Drewrie 16; Richard Wells 17; John Cotes 17; John Stubber 17; Henry
    Lee 18; Richard Ball 17; John Cooke 17; Thomas Syer 14; John Partridge
    18; John Johnson 24; Isbell Davies 22; Isabell Hakesby 23; Joan
    Vallins 17;
    Marie Chambney 28; Elizabeth Allcott 20; Francis Bakewell 30;
    Elizabeth Payne 21; Elizabeth Hughson 22; Marie Averie 22; Sara Alport
    25; Marie Lee 22; Elizabeth Bateman 23; Thomazin Markcom 26; Ann
    Goldwell 17; Ann Griffinn 26; James Brookes 28 and his wife Alice
    Brookes 18; Dorcas Mercer 30; Ellin Davies 23; Alice Harris 21; Eedie
    Holloway 22; Sara Coggin 20; Elizabeth Baker 20; Dorothie Davies 17;
    Elizabeth Raynard 20; Marie Olliver 21; Alice Riall 18; Rabecca
    Parmeton 19; Marie Middleton 17; Katherine Fulder 17; Elizabeth Dicks
    18; Sara Greene 20; Margaret Rickord 20; Winnifredd Congrave 22;
    Mathew Plant 23; John More 28; Elizabeth Powell 17; Marie Shorter 26;
    Marie Lee 14 weeks; Mathew Clatworthy 25. (PRO:E157/20).
1636 - 1706 Rachel Sargent 70 70 1604 - 1677 Thomas Warren 73 73 Note:

    [HughAncestors.ftw]

    Thomas Warren secured passage to Virginia by becoming an indentured servant of the Greenleafes, as he is listed as such on one of the logs.

    Virginia Land Patent records of 1635, show that Thomas and Susan Warren, "RELICT OF ROBERT GREENLEAFE" were deeded 300 acres of land between them.
1596 - 1636 Susan Greenleaf 40 40 1563 - 1609 Edward Warren 46 46 Note:

    [HughAncestors.ftw]

    Knight of Poynton, Baron of Stockport, High Sheriff of Cheshire, England.
    Knighted in 1599, while serving in the Irish Wars.
1575 Susan Bothe 1553 - 1587 John Warren 34 34 Note:

    [HughAncestors.ftw]

    High Sheriff of Cheshire, England in 1577.
    Will dated October 1587.
    Buried at Stockport 14 December 1587.
1530 - 1617 Margaret Molineaux 87 87 D. 1568 Richard Molineaux (Burke's Peerage Barontage and Knightage 1970 edition)
He was Knighted at the coronation of Queen Mary, and served the office of Sheriff of Lancashire 1556.
Eleanor Ratcliffe Alexander Ratcliffe 1498 - 1558 Edward Warren 60 60 Note:

    [HughAncestors.ftw]

    Edward was knighted at Leith, near Edinburgh, 11 May 1558.
1500 - 1584 Dorothy Booth 84 84 Note:

    [HughAncestors.ftw]

    Dorothy's will was dated 23 May 1584.
    Children not mentioned in will:
    It did not mention the two Edward Warren's, who died young.
    It did not mention Ellen, Joan, Ethelred, Anne, who died young.
1450 - 1519 William Bothe 69 69 Ellen Montgomery 1450 Margaret Asheton 1485 George Bothe 1481 - 1530 Laurence Warren 49 49 Note:

    [HughAncestors.ftw]

    Will made 18 November 1529.
Margaret Legh 1465 - 1517 John Warren 52 52 1462 Eleanor Gerard 1431 - 1490 Thomas Gerard 58 58 Sir Thomas Gerard, Knt., of Kingsley & Bryn, b. 15 July 1431, ward of Thomas Danyell 1449, proof of age 2 Aug 1452, pension from Edward IV, d. 27 Mar 1490; m. c 1440 as child (1) Douce, dau. of Sir Thomas Ashton; m. (2) Cecily, dau. of Sir Robert Foulshurst, made vow of chastity after death of husband, d. 24 Mar 1502. [Ancestral Roots]

Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999
Page: 1131
Text: abt 1430
Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999
Page: 233b-38 
1434 Douce de Ashton 1433 - 1474 Laurence Warren 41 41 1414 - 1474 John Warren 60 60 1414 Isabel Stanley 1394 - 1443 Laurence Warren 49 49 1389 Margery Bulkeley 1368 - 1391 Richard Bulkeley 23 23 1369 - 1459 Margery Venables 90 90 1330 - 1383 Hugh de Venables 53 53 1335 - 1398 Margery de Cotton 63 63 1373 - 1413 Nicholas Warren 40 40 1375 - 1417 Agnes De Wynnington 42 42 1345 - 1422 Richard De Wynnington 77 77 Sources:

   1. Author: Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr.
      Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain Americian Colonists, 7th Edition
      Publication: Name: Genealogical Publishing Company; Location: Baltimore; Date: 1992;
      Note:
      Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., Ancestral Roots of Certain Americian Colonists, 7th Edition (Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1992).
      Page: 231-33
      Text: QUAY 3
   2. Title: Six, Wierschke Families & More.ged
      Note:
      Six, Wierschke Families & More.ged, Source Medium: Other
      .
      Text: Date of Import: Jan 13, 2009 
1354 Emma Mainwaring 1343 - 1386 John Warren 43 43 1345 - 1418 Margaret Stafford 73 73 1321 - 1369 Edward Warren 48 48 Note:

    [HughAncestors.ftw]

    3rd, but only surviving son of Edward De Warren.
1324 Cecily Eton 1300 - 1350 Nicholas De Eton 50 50 1289 - 1339 Joan Stockport 50 50 1281 Edward Warren Matild Nerford 1241 John De Warren Joan De Port 1201 John De Warren Alice De Townsand Roger De Townsand 1160 William De Warren Isabelle De Hayden William De Hayden Aldalia De Mowbray 1083 - 1138 William De Warren 55 55 # Note:

    WILLIAM (DE WARENNE) II, EARL OF SURREY, 1st son and heir by 1st wife, usually styled EARL DE WARENNE. In 1090 he fought in Normandy against Robert de Belléme (afterwards 3rd Earl of Shrewsbury), who was supported by Duke Robert. Shortly after 1093 he sought unsuccessfully to marry Maud, daughter of Malcolm III, King of Scotland. He was with Henry I at Windsor on 3 September 1101, but later in that autumn he went with Duke Robert to Normandy and supported him against the King, who confiscated his inheritance in England; however, in 1103 the Duke induced Henry to restore his English Earldom. In 1106 he commanded a division of the royal army at the battle of Tinchebrai. In 1109 he was at a Great Council at Nottingharn; and in 1110 he was a surety for the performance of the treaty with the Count of Flanders. In 1111 he was one of the nobles sitting in judgement in Normandy. He commanded a division of the royal army at the battle of Brémule in 1119 (l). In 1131 he attended the Council at Northampton. He was present at the death of Henry I on 1 December 1135 at Lyons-la-Foret; after which the councillors put him in charge of the district of Rouen and the pays de Caux. Later he went to England, and he was at Westminster with Stephen at Easter 1136. He was probably still living in June 1137. He was a benefactor, or confirmed previous benefactions, to the abbeys of St. Evroul and St. Amand (Rouen), and the priories of Lewes, Castle Acre, Wymondham, Longueville and Bellencombre. Henry I had proposed to marry William to one of his illegitimate daughters, but on Archbishop Anselm's objection this match was abandoned on the ground of affinity. William eventually married Isabel (or Elizabeth), widow of Robert (DE BEAUMONT), COUNT OF MEULAN and 1st EARL OF LEICESTER (died 5 June 1118) (c), daughter of Hugh DE CRÉPI (styled "the Great"), COUNT OF VERMANDOIS (younger son of HENRY I, KING OF FRANCE), by Adelaide, daughter and heir of Herbert, COUNT OF VERMANDOIS and VALOIS. He died probably 11 May 1138 and was buried at his father's feet in the chapter-house at Lewes. Isabel survived him and with the consent of her son the 3rd Earl gave the church of Dorking to Lewes priory (g). She died probably before July 1147 (h). [Complete Peerage XII/1:495-6

Note: According to Ancestral Roots, Isabel preceeded William in death in 13 Feb 1130/31--not July 1147.

# Note: (l) He had encouraged Henry to fight when William (de Tancarville) the Chamberlain urged him to retreat. His alleged speech to the King before the battle is given in "Chron. Men de Hida", pp. 316-7.

# Note: (c) According to Henry of Huntingdon [their daughter Ada's husband], the death of Isabel's 1st husband was hastened by an (unnamed) Earl carrying her off, by force or fraud. The truth of this is open to question.

# Note:

    (g) He left 3 sons: William - 3rd Earl, Ralph, and Rainald, ancestor of the Warennes of Wormegay; and 2 daughters: (1) Gundred, who m. 1st Roger de Beaumont, 2nd Earl of Warwick; 2ndly, (as his 2nd wife), William de Lancaster; (2) Ada, who m. Henry, Earl of Huntingdon, s. of David I, King of Scotland, by whom she was mother of Malcolm IV and William the Lion, Kings of Scotland.

# Note: (h) Before her son William, 3rd Earl, went on crusade in June 1147.
# Note:
# Note: --------------------------------------------------------------------------

    This nobleman, William de Warrenne (Earl of Warrenne), 2nd Earl of Surrey, joined Robert de Belesmé, Earl of Arundel and Shrewsbury, in favour of Robert Curthose against Henry I, and in consequence forfeited his English earldom and estates, but those were subsequently restored to him and he was ever afterwards a good and faithful subject to King Henry. His lordship m. Isabel, dau. of Hugh the Great, Earl of Vermandois, and widow of Robert, Earl of Mellent, by whom he had issue, William, Reginald, Ralph, Gundred, and Adeline. The earl d. 11 May, 1138, and was s. by his eldest son, William de Warrenne, 3rd Earl of Surrey. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 569, Warren, Earls of Surrey]

Title: Magna Charta Sureties 1215, Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Sheppard Jr, 5th Edition, 1999
Page: 155-1

Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999
Page: 2944

Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
Page: XII/1:495-6

Title: The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968
Page: 112
1055 - 1088 William de Warren 33 33 Note:

[HughAncestors.ftw]

Seigneur De Varennes, Near Dieppe; Earl Of Surrey.

William de Warenne, Count, Earl of Surrey 1st
Acceded: 16 APR 1088
Interred: Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex
Notes:
Ancestry shown differs from that shown by Cokayne in "The Complete
Peerage", and follows "Aspects of Robert of Torigny's genealogies
revisted"; "Nottingham Medieval Studies,xxxvii,1993,pp.21-27; as
cited by A.B.Wilson and S.Baldwin

---

# Note:

    WILLIAM DE WARENNE was 1st son of Rodulf II by Emma. At some time in or after 1054 Duke William gave him the castle of Mortemer, which had been forfeited by his kinsman, Roger de Mortimer, after the Battle of Mortemer in February of that year. Probably at the same time he acquired lands at Bellencombre, the castle of which became the caput of the Warenne barony in Normandy. In 1066 he was one of the Norman barons summoned by the Duke to a Council on hearing that Harold had been crowned King after the death of the Confessor. He took part in the invasion of England and was present at the Battle of Hastings. He was rewarded with lands in 13 counties (j), including most of the rape of Lewes in Sussex, the manor of Conisborough, co. York, and Castle Acre and a number of holdings in Norfolk. In 1067 he was one of the Norman nobles whom the Conqueror left in England to support his vice-regents, William FitzOsbern and the Bishop of Bayeux. In 1075 he was one of the two chief justiciars who were in charge of England when the Earls of Hereford and Norfolk rebelled and who summoned them to the King's court, and on their refusal crushed the rebellion (b). About 1083-85 he was fighting for the King in Maine (c). In the spring of 1088 he supported William II against the rebels led by the Bishop of Bayeux and the Count of Mortain, and to secure his loyalty he was created, shortly after Easter (16 April) 1088, EARL OF SURREY (e), his immediate successors being styled more usually EARLS DE WARENNE. He was mortally wounded at the siege of Pevensey before the end of May. He founded Lewes priory as a cell of Cluny abbey, about 1078-82. He married, 1stly, Gundred, sister of Gerbod the Fleming, EARL OF CHESTER, possibly daughter of Gerbod, hereditary advocate of the Abbey of St. Bertin at St. Omer. She died in child-birth, 27 May 1085, at Castle Acre, Norfolk, and was buried the chapter-house at Lewes. He married, 2ndly, [----], sister of Richard GUET (living 1098). He died 24 June 1088, apparently from the effect of his wound at Pevensey, at Lewes, and was buried there beside his wife. [Complete Peerage XII/1:493-5, XIV:604 (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

# Note:
# Note: (j) Bedford, Bucks, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Lincoln, Oxford, York, Berks, Essex, Hants, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Sussex.
# Note:
# Note: (b) William was one of those who occupied Norwich castle after its surrender.
# Note:
# Note: (c) He was one of the leaders of an unsuccessful attack on the castle of Ste Suzanne in Jan, year uncertain.
# Note:

    (e) The creation has been ascribed to the Conqueror, but certainly in error. This was the only earldom created before the reign of Stephen of which the holder did not take his title from the county in which lay his chief territorial strength. However, it is likely that with the Earldom he was given lands at Reigate in Surrey.

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    For this identification see Mr. Loyd's paper 'The Origin of the Family of Warenne' in Yorkshire Arch. Journal, vol. xxxi, pp. 97-113. The hamlet of Varenne lies on the river Varenne c. 2 miles S of Arques and c. 13 miles N of Bellencombre. The latter place, arr. Dieppe, cant. Bellencombre, where there was a castle, became the caput of the Warenne honour in Normandy.

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    William Warenne was one of those followers of William of Normandy who made their fortunes by the conquest of England. The younger son of Rudulf of Varenne in Normandy, he distinguished himself in ducal service as a very young man in the early 1050s. After the ducal victory at Mortemer (1054) he received estates in upper Normandy, but it was only after the English invasion that he attained the front rank. He fought at Hastings and was rewarded with lands which by 1086 extended into thirteen counties, most notably strategically important estates in Sussex centered round Lewes. By the end of William I's reign he was one of the dozen largest individual landowners in England. He repaid his debt with vigorous loyalty in both England and France. In 1075 he played a leading role in suppressing the revolt of the earls of Hereford and Norfolk. After the Conqueror's death, Warenne supported William Rufus in 1087-88 against Robert Curthose and Odo of Bayeux. Rufus encouraged his service by creating him earl of Surrey in 1088. The same year Warenne was seriously wounded by an arrow in his leg at the siege of Pevensey and died at his foundation of Lewes Priory on 24 June 1088.

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    Warenne's career was more than meteoric. A younger son of an obscure minor Norman nobleman, he had risen through conspicuous loyalty to his lord to become not only one of the richest men in one of the richest kingdoms of Europe but also the founder of a dynasty which, powerful, wealthy and influential, survived as earl of Surrey until 1347. Warenne's foundation at Lewes (1078/80) was the first Cluniac house in England, another sign of the Conquest's effect on establishing institutional as well as personal links across the Channel. Warenne's success depended on the traditional chivalric virtues of loyalty, bravery and prowess in arms. His life illustrates the stupendous prizes and the personal dangers on offer to those who joined the conquest of England. It was appropriate that Warenne's direct descendent, John De Warenne, Earl of Surrey (1231-1304), when challenged in 1278 by royal commissioners to produce title to his land, produced an old rusty sword declaring, 'Here, my Lord, is my warrant (warrantus: a pun which no doubt appealed to the somewhat intractable sense of honour of the time). My ancestors came with William the Bastard and won their lands with the sword, and by the sword I will hold them against all comers.' Earl John won his case. William of Warenne would have approved. [Who's Who in Early Medieval England, Christopher Tyerman, Shepheard-Walwyn, Ltd., London, 1996]

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    William de Warrenne, Earl of Warrenne, in Normandy, a near kinsman of William the Conqueror, came into England with that prince and, having distinguished himself at the battle of Hastings, obtained an immense portion of the public spoliation. He had large grants of land in several counties, amongst which were the Barony of Lewes, in Sussex, and the manors of Carletune and Benington, in Lincolnshire. So extensive indeed were those grants that his possessions resembled more the dominions of a sovereign prince than the estates of a subject. He enjoyed, too, in the highest degree, the confidence of the king, and was appointed joint justice-general with Richard de Benefactis for administering justice throughout the whole realm. While in that office, some great disturbers of the public peace having refused to appear before him and his colleague in obedience to citation, the Earl took up arms and defeated the rebels in a battle at Fagadune, when he is said, for the purpose of striking terror, to have cut off the right foot of each of his prisoners. Of those rebels, Ralph Wahir or Guarder, Earl of Norfolk, and Roger, Earl of Hereford, were the ringleaders. His lordship was likewise highly esteemed by King William Rufus, and was created by that monarch Earl of Surrey. He m. Gundred, dau. of the Conqueror*, and had issue, William, Reginald, Gundred-Edith, and another dau. who m. Ernise de Colungis.

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    This potent noble built the castle of Holt and founded the priory at Lewes, in Sussex. He resided principally at the castle of Lewes, and had besides Castle-Acre, in Norfolk, and noble castles at Coningsburg and Sandal. He d. 24 June, 1088, and Dugdale gives to following curious account of his parting hour. "It is reported that this Earl William did violently detain certain lands from the monks of Ely, for which, being often admonished by the abbot, and not making restitution, died miserably. And, though his death happened very far off the isle of Ely, the same night he died, the abbot lying quietly in his bed and meditating on heavenly things, heard the soul of this earl, in its carriage away by the devil, cry out loudly and with a known and distinct voice, Lord have mercy on me; Lord have mercy on me. And, moreover, that the next day after, the abbot acquainted all the monks in chapter therewith. And likewise, that about four days after, there came a messenger to them from the wife of this earl with 100 shillings for the good of his soul, who told them that he died the very hour that the abbot had heard the outcry. But that neither the abbot nor any of the monks would receive it, not thinking it safe for them to take the money of a damned person. If this part of the story as to the abbot's hearing the noise be no truer than the last, viz., that his lady sent them 100 shillings, I shall deem it to be a mere fiction, in regard the lady was certainly dead about three years before." The earl was s. by his elder son, William de Warenne. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 568, Warren, Earls of Surrey]

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    * At one time, it was thought that Gundred was the daughter of William the Conqueror. This has since been disproved. For details, see "Early Yorkshire Charters" by C. T. Clay, or "Études sur Quelques Points de l'Historie de Guillaume le Conquérant" by H. Prentout. [Brian Tompsett, Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, University of Hull, Hull, UK, "Electronic," royal01389]

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# Note: Title: Magna Charta Sureties 1215, Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Sheppard Jr, 5th Edition, 1999
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# Note: Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
# Note: Page: XII/1:493-495
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# Note: Title: The Origins of Some Anglo-Norman Families, by Lewis C Loyd, 1999
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1020 - 1074 Rudolf De Warren 54 54 Note:

    [HughAncestors.ftw]

    Acceded: 1074

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    RODULF DE WARENNE, 1st son and heir, is known only from his subscriptions to two charters of his father for the Holy Trinity of Rouen. As his father's lands near Rouen and in the pays de Caux did not pass to his son William or William's descendants, it is likely that Rodulf succeeded to them on his father's death; he married Emma, whose parentage is unknown.

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    For this identification see Mr. Loyd's paper 'The Origin of the Family of Warenne' in Yorkshire Arch. Journal, vol. xxxi, pp. 97-113. The hamlet of Varenne lies on the river Varenne c. 2 miles S of Arques and c. 13 miles N of Bellencombre. The latter place, arr. Dieppe, cant. Bellencombre, where there was a castle, became the caput of the Warenne honour in Normandy.

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# Note: K.S.B. Keats-Rohan "Poppa of Bayeux and her Family":
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# Note: 1027-35: first occurrence of Ralph de Warenne in a charter for Saint-Amand [p22]
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# Note: c1050: grant of land in Vascoeuil by Ralph de Warenne and wife Beatrice; charter mentions Ralph's brother Godfrey and was attested by Gotmund miles abbatis. Dateable to c1050 by a reference to Roger de Beaumont as Vicomte of Rouen [p22]
# Note:
# Note: 1050's: well known charters of early 1050s by which Ralph de Warenne and his wife Beatrice were associated with the lands of Roger fitz Bishop Hugh of Coutances and his sons. [p23]
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    Research note: K-R p22 contradicts CP (& Holloway & Wagner) by stating Rodulph/Ralph died before Beatrice. Beatrice is listed as living 1053 (CP XII/1:492 & ES III:698) & dead before 1059 (CP XII/1:492, K-R p22, Moriarty p184, Wagner p46]. K-R states a grant "made by widow Beatrice" to Preaux of land near Dozule, Eure was "dated during the time of William son of Count Robert, suggesting that William had not yet begun the series of military achievements that enabled him to be detached from his father in such references, i.e. before c1054-60". To do: check CP's source of the 1074 grant. Also is the term "widow" K-R's or stated in the grant of the land near Dozule?...

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# Note: Title: The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968
# Note: Page: 112
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# Note: Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
# Note: Page: XII/1:493
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# Note: Title: Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com
# Note: Page: Todd A. Farmerie, 3 Dec 1996
# Note: Text: father of William de Warenne by Emma
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# Note: Title: The Origins of Some Anglo-Norman Families, by Lewis C Loyd, 1999
# Note: Page: 111
# Note: Text: location only - no dates
0998 - 1059 Rudolph Warren 61 61 # Note:

    RODULF (e) DE WARENNE derived his name from the hamlet of Varenne (dept. Seine-Inférieure) on the little river Varenne in Normandy. His parentage is unknown. He is said to have held land outside the walls of Rouen under Robert I, Duke of Normandy (died 1035), and the Cartulary of the abbey of the Holy Trinity on the Mont de Rouen proves that he held a considerable territory on both banks of the Seine upstream from Rouen. He also held land at Vascoeuil (dept. Eure), which he gave about 1053 to the abbey of St. Pierre de Préaux (b), and in the pays de Caux, north of Rouen, where he sold 4 churches with tithes to the Holy Trinity in 1059, and gave another church, also with tithes, in 1074. He married Beatrice, whose mother was almost certainly a sister of Gotmund Rufus DE VASCOEUIL, daughter of Tesselin, Vicomte of Rouen. She was living about 1053. [Complete Peerage XII/1:491-2, XIV:603, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

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    (e) His christian name is Latinised both as Rodulfus and as Radulfus (Ralph), This confusion occurs in other families (eg. the founder of the "Tancarvilles") and is probably due to two somewhat similar names having been assimilated into one; eg. Ranulf (from Hrabenwulf) and Randolf (from Randwulf). Scribes were then likely to change Rodulfus when copying early charters.

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    (b) Before May 1055 Rodulf sold to the monks land at Blosseville and Eauplet, on the right bank of the Seine, and Sotteville on the left bank. Subsequently he sold them all his rights in Blosseville, Mesnil-Esnard, Neuvillette, Lescure and Eauplet.

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    For this identification see Mr. Loyd's paper 'The Origin of the Family of Warenne' in Yorkshire Arch. Journal, vol. xxxi, pp. 97-113. The hamlet of Varenne lies on the river Varenne c. 2 miles S of Arques and c. 13 miles N of Bellencombre. The latter place, arr. Dieppe, cant. Bellencombre, where there was a castle, became the caput of the Warenne honour in Normandy.

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# Note: Curt Hofemann, curt_hofemann@yahoo.com, provided the
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# Note: Rodulf (Ralph) I de Warenne
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# Note: K.S.B. Keats-Rohan "Poppa of Bayeux and her Family":
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# Note: 1027-35: first occurrence of Ralph de Warenne in a charter for Saint-Amand [p22]
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# Note: c1050: grant of land in Vascoeuil by Ralph de Warenne and wife Beatrice; charter mentions Ralph's brother Godfrey and was attested by Gotmund miles abbatis. Dateable to c1050 by a reference to Roger de Beaumont as Vicomte of Rouen [p22]
# Note:
# Note: 1050's: well known charters of early 1050s by which Ralph de Warenne and his wife Beatrice were associated with the lands of Roger fitz Bishop Hugh of Coutances and his sons. [p23]
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    Research note: K-R p22 contradicts CP (& Holloway & Wagner) by stating Rodulph/Ralph died before Beatrice. Beatrice is listed as living 1053 (CP XII/1:492 & ES III:698) & dead before 1059 (CP XII/1:492, K-R p22, Moriarty p184, Wagner p46]. K-R states a grant "made by widow Beatrice" to Preaux of land near Dozule, Eure was "dated during the time of William son of Count Robert, suggesting that William had not yet begun the series of military achievements that enabled him to be detached from his father in such references, i.e. before c1054-60". To do: check CP's source of the 1074 grant. Also is the term "widow" K-R's or stated in the grant of the land near Dozule?... Curt

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# Note: Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
# Note: Page: XII/1:491-492
# Note: Title: The Origins of Some Anglo-Norman Families, by Lewis C Loyd, 1999
# Note: Page: 111
# Note: Text: location only - no dates
1004 - 1059 Beatrice De Vascoeuil 55 55 # Note: He [Rodulf de Warenne] married Beatrice, whose mother was almost certainly a sister of Gotmund Rufus DE VASCOEUIL, daughter of Tesselin, Vicomte of Rouen. She was living about 1053.
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# Note: From: Todd A. Farmerie (taf2@po.cwru.edu)
# Note: Subject: Robert de Torigny and the family of Gunnor, Duchess of Normandy
# Note: Newsgroups: soc.genealogy.medieval
# Note: Date: 1996/12/03
# Note:

    It appears to be through this family that the relationship of two more Norman barons come into play, but not exactly as Torigny presents it. He shows yet another niece marrying Ranulph de Warenne, and by him having William de Warenne and Roger de Mortimer. This is clearly untrue, because Roger appears to have been a generation older than William. The solution appears to be that Torigny (as he had done with the Montgomerys) compressed into one individual a father and son of the same name. Ranulph de Warenne (I) appears to have married Beatrice, sister of Richard, vicomte of Rouen, and thus sister-in-law of one of Gunnor's nieces (thus it would appear that this family actually does not descend from a relative of Gunnor's, but is genealogically linked to some of her descendants) and had sons: Roger (de Mortimer) and Ranulph de Warenne (II), who in turn was father of another Ranulf (III) and of William de Warenne.

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# Note: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
# Note: Page: XII/1:492
0968 Hugh Of Normandy Gunmora 0970 Tesselin Rouen 0985 Beatrice De Bolbec Roger De Moulray Hugh De Port John Stafford 1357 - 1413 John Stanley 56 56 1364 - 1414 Isabel Harrington 50 50 D. 1413 John Stanley Isabel Lathom William De Stanleigh 1330 Thomas Lathom Piers Legh ~1556 - 1579 William Bothe 23 23 1560 Elizabeth Warburton 1521 - 1548 George Bothe 27 27 1501 - 1531 George Bothe 30 30 Elizabeth Trafford 1485 Elizabeth Boteler 1661 - 1698 John Hackley 37 37 1665 - 1756 Elizabeth Lambert 91 91 1175 - 1248 Warine de Vernon 73 73 # Note:

    Warine, succeeded his grandfather as Baron of Shipbrooke; married Auda, daughter and coheir of William Malbank, Baron of Wich-Malbank (later Nantwich), Co Palatine of Chester (holder of a similar dignity to that of the Barons of Shipbrooke), and had [Warine], with a younger son Ralph. [Burke's Peerage]

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# Note: Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999
# Note: Page: 2884
1177 Auda de Malbank 1221 - 1270 Ralph de Vernon 49 49 Rector of Hanwell, wrested barony from his nieces, becoming de jure Baron of Shipbrook (magnate, not member of peerage).

---On Raph's elder brother, Warine:

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    Warine, Baron of Shipbrook; married Margaret, daughter of Ralph de Andeville and widow of Hugh de Altaribus, and had, with a son (Warine, dsp), three daughters (who, after a prolonged litigation with their maternal [I say paternal, since Burke's has already named Ralph a younger brother of Warine] uncle Ralph were obliged to give up to him half of the patrimony).

Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999 Page: 2884 
1212 Alice de Vernon 1210 Warine de Vernon 1082 Warine de Bussel Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999
Page: 789

Title: Gentlemen of Courage~Forward, The Line of Myles Standish within a History of England
Author: Lawrence Hill
Publication: Magnolia Publishing Company, Alderley Edge, Cheshire, First published1987
Page: Page 222.
Ameira 1108 Warin Bussel 1105 Maud de Bussel 1020 Roger de Mortimer 1120 Reginald Warren 1081 - 1130 Isabel De Crepi 49 49 Note:

    [HughAncestors.ftw]

    3rd daughter of Hugh the Great.
    Countess Of Leicester, England.

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    Isabel (or Elizabeth), widow of Robert (DE BEAUMONT), COUNT OF MEULAN and 1st EARL OF LEICESTER (died 5 June 1118), daughter of Hugh DE CRÉPI (styled "the Great"), COUNT OF VERMANDOIS (younger son of HENRY I, KING OF FRANCE), by Adelaide, daughter and heir of Herbert, COUNT OF VERMANDOIS and VALOIS. Isabel survived him and with the consent of her son the 3rd Earl gave the church of Dorking to Lewes priory. She died probably before July 1147. [Complete Peerage XII/1:495-6

Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999
Page: 2944
Text: Roger de Beaumont m. Gundred dau of William de Warenne and Elizabeth/Isabel, widow of Roger's uncle (Robert de Beaumont).

Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999
Page: 53-24

Title: The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968
Page: 88

Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
Page: XII/1:496
1104 - 1178 Ada De Warenne 74 74 Title: Encyclopedia Britannica, Treatise on
Page: United Kingdom-Ancestry of the British Royal House

Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
Page: XII/1:496 (g)

Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999
Page: 89-25
1110 - 1147 William de Warenne 37 37 # Note:

    WILLIAM (DE WARENNE) III, EARL OF SURREY, 1st son and heir, was born probably in 1119. In June 1137 he was one of the nobles who deserted Stephen's army in Normandy. The King pursued them to Pontaudemer, where he held William de Warenne junior and other youths and did his best to pacify them; but did not dare to make them fight. He was with his half-brother Waleran, Count of Meulan, at Rouen on 18 Dec. 113 8, and at Oxford in 1139 or early in 1140. On 2 February 1140/1 he was in Stephen's army at the battle of Lincoln, and with Waleran fled before the enemy's opening charge. However, the brothers soon rallied to the Queen and were with her in London about June 1141. After the King's release on 1 November he witnessed royal charters at Canterbury at Christmas 1141 and at Ipswich early in 1142. On Palm Sunday, 24 March 1145/6, he took the cross, and in June 1147 he set off on crusade. He was a benefactor to the priories of Lewes, Castle Acre, Nosteil and Thetford, the Templars and St. Mary's Abbey, York. He married Ela or Ala, daughter of William TALVAS, COUNT OF PONTHIEU (son of Robert DE BELLÊME, 3rd EARL OF SHREWSBURY), by Ela, widow of Bertrand, COUNT OF TOULOUSE, and daughter of Eudes BOREL, DUKE OF BURGUNDY. He died s.p.m. 19 January 1147/8, being slain when the rearguard of the French King's army was cut to pieces in the defiles of Laodicea (i). His widow married, probably in or before 1152, Patrick (DE SALISBURY), 1st EARL OF WILTSHIRE or SALISBURY (died 1168). She is said to have died 4 October 1174. [Complete Peerage XII/1:496-7, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

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(i) He left an only daughter and heir Isabel. He was probably the first to assume the checkered shield of gold and azure, differenced by the change of colour from the checkered shield borne by his half-brother Waleran, Count of Meulan.

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    William de Warrenne (Earl of Warrenne), 3rd Earl of Surrey, zealously espoused the cause of King Stephen and had a chief command in the army of that monarch in the battle fought at Lincoln between him and the adherents of the Empress Maud. His lordship m. Adela, dau. of William Talvace, son of Robert de Belesmé, Earl of Shrewsbury, and had by her (who m. 2ndly, Patrick de Evreux, Earl of Salisbury) had an only dau. and heir, Isabel. In 1147, the Earl of Warrenne and Surrey assumed the cross and accompanoied Lewis, King of France, to the Holy Land against the Saracens. From this unfortunate enterprise the earl never returned, but whether he fell in battle or died in captivity has not been ascertained. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 569, Warren, Earls of Surrey]

Title: The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968
Page: 112

Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999
Page: 108-26

Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
Page: XII/1:496-7
1075 - 1115 Reynold de Warenne 40 40 1084 Edith de Warenne # Note:

Title: Magna Charta Sureties 1215, Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Sheppard Jr, 5th Edition, 1999
Page: 158-2
Text: no date, 2nd husband
1137 Reynold de Lucy 1287 Joan de Molyneux 1263 - 1298 William Molyneux 35 35 1267 - 1298 Isabella Scarebrick 31 31 1242 - 1320 Richard Molyneux 78 78 1232 - 1336 Emma Donne 104 104 Alice de Molyneux Agnes Molyneux D. 1289 William Molyneux Margaret Thornton D. 1247 Adam Molyneux The son of Richard. He was born in Little Crosby about 1185. He died in October 1246. In 1228 he had a commission for the perambulation of the forests of Lancaster county, and paid 40 marks to have 'seizin' of the inheritance from his father. This is the period when the title of Forester of Lancashire was still the hereditary right of the Gernet's. He married Lettice de Brenley (Brinley).
Letitia de Brinley 1212 Roger de Molyneux D. 1211 Richard Molyneux The son of Robert. Of Sefton, Little Crosby and Speke. He married first Edith de Boteler in 1184. Edith was the sister of Alinerice (or Emery) de Botiller of Warrington. They had two sons: Adam and Robert. Richard later married Emma Davis, and they had six children: William, Thomas, Peter, John, Agnes, and Alice. Alice married her cousin Robert, son of Simon.
1163 Edith Botiller Robert Molyneux 1135 Robert Molyneux The son of Adam and Annora. He was born in about 1135. Of Little Crosby. He married Beatrix (Beatrice) de Villers in about 1153. She was born in about 1138 in Little Crosby. She was the daughter and heiress of Sir Robert de Villiers, the son of Richard de Villiers, a crusader under Edward I, of Little. He became the Lord of Little Crosby. Beatrix had been ambitious to be a queen and was in love with King John. She was loath to leave him, but was given by the King in marriage in 1158 to Robert, one of his Barons. She bitterly cursed the House of Molyneux and all that bore the name, calling down maledictions of misery, blasting their loves with tragedy.
Descending from the issue of this marriage were the Earls of Sefton, Ireland, Teversall, and Nottinghamshire.
Beatrix was born about 1138.
Beatrice de Villiers 1107 Adam Molyneux Annora le Garnett Benedict de Gernet Lord of Speke. He may be the son of Ralph and brother to Vivian. Born in 1080 in Speke, which is near present-day Liverpool. His daughter was his sole heir.

Arms: Gules, a lion rampant, argent, crowned or, a bordure of the last. These arms indicate an early relationship to the Mowbray family, whose arms these are. Perhaps the Gernet's were part of this family pre-conquest?
Ralph de Gernet Made a grant in 1094 to the abbey of St Martin de Sees in Normandy, of the church of St Mary, then newly erected in Lancaster by him.
Vivian de Gernet Vivian de Molyneux Sywarde Adam de Gernet Brian Gernet William de Molyneux Robert de Molyneux Of Moulon, France. The family came from Molineaux-sur-Seine.
Robert de Villiers The son of Richard de Villiers, a crusader under Edward I, of Little Crosby? Maria FitzSimon Alan de Villier Pagan de Villiers Ralph FitzSimon 1192 Allen de Thornton Alicia Bickerstaff 1162 - 1244 Randle de Thornton 82 82 This Randle de Torhaunt must have been Randle le Roter, Lord of Thornton, who became possessed of the Manor of Thornton and is stated by Collins to have been a son of David le Clerk, Secretary to Randle Blundeville, Earl of Chester. Randle assumed the name of le Roter, and also of Thornton from his place of residence, and is sometimes designated by both.
Randle Thornton died before the 28th of Henry III, having married Amicia, daughter of Richard Kingsley and his wife Joan, daughter and co-heiress of Alexander Sylvester, Lord of Stourton and Forester of Wirral.
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I had him as son of Peter de Thronton, so in the light of that and the above, have made him son of Peter, son of David le Clerc.
1178 Amicia de Kingsley Margery de Thornton Randolph Roter de Thornton 1225 Alice de Thornton Cicely Roter de Thornton 1147 Peter de Malpas Agnes Thornton 1185 - 1252 David de Malpas 67 67 David le Clerc de Malpas, JP (Cheshire); Sheriff of Cheshire 1252; held three knight's fees in Cheshire, his 2nd son [Philip]. [Burke's Peerage]

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David de Malpas, called David le Clerk, was Justice of Chester 34th Henry II, 1188. Three different references assign to each a different wife, but most likely he married Catherine, daughter of Owen Vaughan, Lord of Melior. He may have been married three times. He had William, eldest son, who died without legitimate issue, and left his brother Philip Gogh, surnamed de Egerton, as his legal heir.
Catherine Vaughan Owen Vaughan Lord of Melior Beatrice de Malpas Philip Goch de Egerton David Golborne 1115 William Belward William lived in the time of King Stephen, 1135-1154, and married Beatrix, daughter of Hugh de Bohun, alias Kyveliock, 5th Earl of Chester, and co-heir to her brother Randle, Earl of Chester. Arms: Gules three pheons argent, impaling three
garbs or. (Last are arms of Randle. Earl of Chester.)
1129 William le Belward 1138 Mabilia FitzHugh 1072 - 1120 Robert FitzHugh 48 48 Robert, the natural son of Hugh Lupus, 1st Earl of Chester, died without male issue, and it is agreed by all parties and the best authorities that he had two daughters: Letitia, who was the wife of Richard Patric, whose descendant carried one moiety of Malpus on down to Hugh Sutton. Mabilia,the other co-heiress, was wife of William Belward. From this period to the commencement of the inquisitions, the descent of the Malpus share of the Barony, is preserved by deeds and by pleas relative to the contest between the rightful heirs.
1135 - 1224 Richard de Kingsley 89 89 1140 - 1220 Joan de Sylvester 80 80 1184 Johanna de Kingsley 1105 Ranulph de Kingsley 1110 Leuca 1080 Ranulph de Kingsley 1110 Alexander de Stourton Some say he was son, not son in law of Ranulph Sylvester.
Amabilla de Silvester Agnes de Stourton Guy de Storeton 1145 Ranulph FitzAlan de Silvester 1120 Allan de Silvester Steward to Ranulph third Earl of Chester, who gave him the manor of Storuton, with the bailliewick of Wirral, and the government of the forest.
His hunting horn (given by Ranulph) is preserved at Hooton by the Stanley family. (History of the House of Stanly, 1737, John Seacombe)
1265 - 1318 William de Dacre 53 53 1240 - 1286 Randolph de Dacre 46 46 1240 Joanna de Lucy de Multon 1220 Thomas de Dacre 1220 Marley de Morley 1200 Humphrey de Dacre 1200 Harrington 1175 Thomas de Dacre 1175 Mowbray 1150 William de Dacre 1150 de Grey 1204 Alan de Multon 1204 - 1288 Alice de Lucy 84 84 1225 Thomas of Copeland 1222 John de Lucy 1175 - 1240 Thomas de Multon 65 65 1180 - 1204 Sarah de Flete 24 24 1199 Margaret de Multon 1200 - 1200 Lambert de Multon 1150 - 1201 Thomas de Multon 51 51 1152 Eleanor de Boston 1125 - 1169 Lambert de Multon 44 44 1143 Hawise de Briwere 1120 Robert de Briwere 1100 Thomas de Multon 1070 - 1100 Brictive de Multon 30 30 1175 Hawise de Multon 1155 Richard de Flete 1160 Juliana 1127 Josce de Flete 1104 de Flete 1075 Arnaud de Flotte 1075 Adelais de Comps 1050 - 1120 Henri de la Flotte 70 70 1170 - 1213 Richard de Lucy 43 43 1172 - 1230 Ada de Morville 58 58 1200 - 1276 Amabel de Lucy 76 76 1098 John le Belward 1110 Robert FitzHugh 1134 Robert FitzHugh 1117 Gundred de Warenne 1180 Ciceley de Kingsley 1168 Richard de Kingsley 1170 Ralph de Kingsley 1172 Emma de Kingsley 1174 Avice de Kingsley 1176 James de Kingsley 1210 Richard de Lucy 1212 John de Lucy 1184 Eleanor de Multon 1177 Margaret de Multon 1456 - 1512 Margaret Babington 56 56 1432 - 1503 John FitzHerbert 71 71 1400 - 1472 Nicholas FitzHerbert 72 72 1410 Alice Booth 1434 Robert FitzHerbert 1436 Johanna FitzHerbert 1438 Isabella FitzHerbert 1440 Roger FitzHerbert 1442 William FitzHerbert 1446 Anne FitzHerbert 1444 Douce FitzHerbert 1370 Henry FitzHerbert 1375 Downes 1343 William FitzHerbert 1352 Alice de Longford 1380 Nicholas FitzHerbert 1316 William FitzHerbert 1325 Jane Kniveton 1271 - >1350 John FitzHerbert 79 79 Name Suffix: Lord Of Norbury
Sir John FitzHerbert, of Norbury; living 1350; married Margaret, daughter of Sir Walter de Montgomery, of Marston Montgomery and Cubley, Derbys. [Burke's Peerage]

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1286 Margaret de Montgomery 1254 - 1303 William de Montgomery 49 49 WILLIAM DE MONTGOMERY in 1284 was holding one fee and his son Ralph 2/3 fee in Ecton [VCH Northants, v. 4 p.123 cit ing Feudal Aids,iv, 14] of Avelina de Forz, Countess of Devon. The inquisition postmortem for Edmund the King's brother] 26 Edw I 1297, stated that in Derbyshire, William was holding 7 knights' fees in Sudbury, Cubley, Marston, Aston, Snelston, Somersal, Eyton, Seggeshale, Orleston and the manor of Ecton, co Northampton, with the advow sons of the churches of Sudbury, Cubley and Ecton. [CIPM v.3 ; no.423 ].Montgomery tenure subsequently transferred to Lancastrian overlordship. Summoned to serve against the Scots 7 Jul y 1297, from Staffordshire 25 May 1298 and again from Northants. Notts. and Derbys. 24 June 1300. In August 1300 he was involved in a suit against Urien St. Pierre. [C.Moor, Kni ghts of Edward I, v.III p.190]. This may have been over the manor of Eaton Dovedale, Derbyshire which descended to th e Cokeseys and which was held of Nicholas Montgomery 1407 [ CIPM v.XIX, no.175]. In 1301 William de Montgomery was named amongst those tenants holding lands in Staffordshire worth 40 pounds p.a. or more. [VCH Staffordshire v.1 p.230]. I n 1303 he was given a letter of protection for going to Scotland on the king's service and a writ to select 500 footmen from Derbyshire and conduct them to Scotland. Died in 1303. Married to Alice, probably the sameAlice de Monte Gomeri widow of Gawain le Botiler of Wem (d.s.p.1289aged 19-20 ), who in 1334 was holding a third part of Hynstoke manor, Shropshire in dower. [CIPM v.VII ; no. 593]. Alice presented to Cubley church in 1332. [Cox. Churches of Derbyshire v.3 p.92-4]. In1334, as "Alice formerly wife of William de Montgomery of Cubley" she sued Edmund Cheigny, husband of Joan de Grendon, for an illegal distress. [Pedigrees f rom the Plea Rolls, The Genealogist, v. 9 p.9].She was not mother of William's son and heir, Walter. 1260 Alice 1284 Ralph de Montgomery 1290 Adam de Montgomery 1229 Walter de Montgomery 1256 Philip de Montgomery 1208 - 1303 William de Montgomery 95 95 Sources:

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      Text: 6.SIR WILLIAM DE MONTGOMERY was holding two fees in Ecton in 1242 according
      to Book of Fees, 934 [VCH Northants v.4 p.123].
      In 1249 an inquiry revealed that he had free warren in Cubley, Marchington
      and Sudbury [Calendarium Inquisitionem Post Mortem v.1 p. 8]. He was
      Commissioner of the Peace in Derbyshire and in 1252 William and William his
      son were chosen as knights to participate in a great assize. On 29 Nov 1254
      he was granted a weekly market and fair in Cubley on Wednesday. [Calendarium
      Rotulorum Chartarum p.84]. From a charter of a grant of alms to Tutbury
      priory dated 19 March 1252, it appears that his wife was called Matilda. [A
      Saltman, The Cartulary of Tutbury Priory, (HMSO, 1962) no.331] A licence for
      a market was regranted for a Thursday to William de Montgomery on 7 Apr
      1255. In 1256 named as William fil William he paid 10 L for having a charter
      the grant being renewed by the seal of England [CPR, 1247-58, p. 385].
      Mentioned in 1264 letter of protection granted for William de Montgomery
      "the elder" [CPR,1247-58 p.355].
      Issue of William:

      - William. See below 
1210 Matilda 1184 - 1249 William de Montgomery 65 65 1156 - 1205 William de Montgomery 49 49 1180 Walter de Montgomery 1132 - 1177 Walter de Montgomery 45 45 1296 Nicholas Kniveton 1330 Nicholas Kinveton 1334 Alice le Boteler 1325 Nicholas de Longford 1354 Nicholas de Longford 1265 John de Longford 1268 Joan Byron 1240 Oliver de Longford 1244 Agnes de Horbury 1218 - 1259 Ralph de Horbury 41 41 1245 - 1308 John Byron 63 63 1250 Alice 1266 Robert Byron 1274 Richard Byron Served in Parliament in 1322. Lord of Cadenay & Clayton  1220 - <1274 Robert Byron 54 54 Robert de Byron, the eldest son, was lord of the manor of Clayton, Robert de Heston releasing to him and his heirs all his right in the said manor, and in all his lands within these bounds; viz. from Hardene, ascending by the --------- the little brook next Drulsden, as far as the ditches, and from them to the little rill next to the land of Sinderland, so descending by the said rivulet as far as the demesne lands of Hardene; in consideration whereof, the said Robert gave him three marks and a half of silver: and, by another deed, he remises to Sir Richard, his brother (aforesaid) and to his heirs, all his right and title in Clayton, Failesworth, and Drylesden, in the country of Lancaster; also by another deed, all his right in the whole town of Drylesden.

King Richard I. in the first year of his reign, confirmed to the prior and monks of Royston, in Cambridgeshire (inter alia), the grant of this Robert de Byron to that convent, of two acres and a half of land in Burley.

This Robert was also a witness to a grant, made by Theobald Walter, of Pyling-Hay, in Lancashire, to the monks of Cockersand, for the souls of King Henry II. and Richard I.

Maud his wife, was living in the 2d year of the reign of Edward I. and had issue by him two sons, William and John. [Collins Peerage VII:92]

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1248 Robert Byron 1182 - <1212 Robert de Byron 30 30 Robert de Byron, the eldest, is mentioned in a plea between him and the prior of Lenton, concerning two carrucates of land in Cotegrave, which by a fine (Ped. Fin. A. 1 R. I. Jo. in Scac.) levied at Westminster, in Michaelmas term, in the first year of the reign of King John, was settled on the said Robert and his heirs; who, in consideration thereof, gave to the said priory three bovates of land in Cotegrave, with his moiety of the plowed land called Gelderhrnor; and obliged himself to defend from scutage the whole land of the said priory in Cotegrave, of his fee. He had lands given to him and Cecilia his wife, by Aubert Grelli, in Barnby, to hold by the fourth part of a knight's fee; and had issue by the said Cecilia, daughter and heir of Richard Clayton (MS. St. George præd.), of Clayton, Lancashire. [Collins Peerage VII:91]

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1195 Cecelia de Clayton ~1151 Richard de Clayton Sources:
Title: Collins' Peerage of England, Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical, Greatly Augmented, etc.; Sir Egerton Brydges {1812}
Page: VII:91
Title: The Judges of England with Sketches of Their Lives, etc.; Edward Foss {1848-1864}
Page: III:69
Title: Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire, 2nd ed; Robert Thoroton {1790-1797}
Page: II:284
~1124 - 1194 Roger de Byron 70 70 Which Sir Roger de Buron (who is by some writers deemed his brother), gave certain lands to the church of Swinsted, and the monks there, as appears by a confirmation thereof by Hen. II. in whose reign he paid 10l. scutage for ten knights fees in Nottingham and Derby shires. (Rot. Rip. A. 6. 6 R. I.) Also, in the sixth year of Richard I. on the aid of 20 s. for each knight's fee, for that King's redemption, he answered 10l. for ten knights fees in the beforementioned counties. Likewise, in the first year of King John, he answered for ten knights fees towards the scutage of Normandy, then assessed at two marks for each knight's fee. He married Nichola (Thoroton's Nott. p. 260), dauther of Roeland de Verdon, who survived him, and had for her second husband Anketin de Brkesard; but being married without the King's consent, her lands were seized, and for some of them she was fined in the second year of the reign of King John. By the said Roger de Buron she had issue two sons. [Complete Peerage VII:91]

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Roger de Burun, son of Hugh de Burun d. 1155, and probably grandson of Ralph de Burun, lord of Horsley, Derbyshire. At his death in 1194 his barony was taken over by the king and subsequently given to Peter III de Sandiacre, although Roger left a son Robert. [Domesday Descendants p363]

Sources:
Title: Collins' Peerage of England, Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical, Greatly Augmented, etc.; Sir Egerton Brydges {1812}
Page: VII:90-91
Title: Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire, 2nd ed; Robert Thoroton {1790-1797}
Page: II:284

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~1159 Nichola de Verdun ~1099 - <1155 Hugh de Byron 56 56 To this Ralph succeeded Hugh de Buron, lord of the castle of Horestan, who, in the 9th year of King Stephen, together with Hugh, his son and heir, gave to the monastery of Lenton, the church of Oscinton, about which there was a dispute (Placita apud Westm. A. 7 R. I. Rot. II.), in the 7th of Richard I. with the prior of the hospital of St John of Jerusalem; when the prior of the hospital of St John of Jerusalem; when the prior of Lenton produced the grant of the said Hugh, and the prior of the hospital of St John, that of Roger de Buron, by which he gave to that house the town of Oscinton, with the appurtenances; whereupon no judgment was given by the court, because the prior of Lenton's attorney knew not whether he should put his cause to an issue, before he had his client's direction.

This Hugh de Buron gave likewise in the said reign, by his charter (wherein he is styled lord of Horstone-castle), the church of Horsley (Thoroton's Nott. p. 260.) to the then prior of Lenton, and his successors; which was confirmed by the Bishop of Coventry and Litchfield, and ratified by the Pope. [Collins Peerage VII:90]

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Hugo de Burun, successor by c 1135/40 of Ralph de Buron, a Domesday tenant-in-chief in Nottinghamshire. Hugh was dead by 1155, when his son Roger (d. 1194) owed 4 marks relief. He was probably also father of Adelina, wife of Robert de somerville; cf. Foulds, Thurgarton Cart. p. 685. [Domesday Descendants p362]

Sources:
Title: Collins' Peerage of England, Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical, Greatly Augmented, etc.; Sir Egerton Brydges {1812}
Page: VII:90
Title: Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire, 2nd ed; Robert Thoroton {1790-1797}
Page: II:284
Title: Domesday Descendants, A Prosopography of People Occuring in English Documents 1066-1166; K B S Keats-Rohan {2002}
Page: 362

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~1136 Ruellan de Verdun Ruellan de Verdun, held one fee de novo of Bertram II de Verdun, his kinsman. He was perhaps a brother of Bertram and father of the Rualon de Verdun 'iuniore' who was named in a charter of Henry de Clinton for Kenilworth abbey. In the cartulary of Avranches cathedral there is a charter by Beatrix daughter of Ruellan de Verdun, 'domina de Mestruil', widow of Richard Malherbe and richard Peilevilain, granting two fields at Saint-Martin-des -Champs. [Domesday Descendants p766]

Sources:
Title: Collins' Peerage of England, Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical, Greatly Augmented, etc.; Sir Egerton Brydges {1812}
Page: VII:91
Title: Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire, 2nd ed; Robert Thoroton {1790-1797}
Page: II:284
Title: Domesday Descendants, A Prosopography of People Occuring in English Documents 1066-1166; K B S Keats-Rohan {2002}
Page: 766

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1386 Henry Booth 1390 Isabella Findern 1416 Catherine Booth 1356 - 1422 John Booth 66 66 1365 Joan de Trafford 1382 Margaret Booth 1384 Robert Booth 1388 Ralph Booth 1390 John Booth 1392 William Booth 1394 Thomas Booth 1396 Matthew Booth 1398 Johanna Booth 1400 Joan Booth 1402 Richard Booth 1404 Catherine Booth 1406 Roger Booth 1409 Lucy Booth 1412 Alice Booth 1330 - 1373 Thomas Booth 43 43 1339 Elena de Workesley 1360 Margaret Booth 1363 Elena Booth 1370 Thomas Booth 1380 William Booth 1383 Anne Booth 1300 John Booth The family was really a branch of the family of Booth of Boothstown, Worsley, the first Booth of Barton being John del Booth, who married Loretta, who was daughter and sole heiress of Agnes de Barton.
John del Booth, by marrying Loretta de Notten, became Lord of the Manor of Barton, the family becoming known as the Booths of Barton.
1305 Loretta de Notton 1270 Thomas Booth 1240 William Booth 1243 Sebilla Brereton 1210 Adam de Booth