Christopher Savage of Upton and Aston-sub-Edge Esq was the son and heir of Sir Christopher Savage and Anne Stanley, of Elford, Staffs.
He married Anne Lygon, daughter of Sir Richard Lygon of Arle Court and his wife Margaret Greville, and descendant of Edward I and several Magna Carta Sureties.
They had 2 sons
and 1 daughter
Christopher was co-heir of his grandfather John Stanley of Elford Esq in 1508.
In 1527, Christopher Savage and his wife Anne Stanley, daughter of John Stanley, and George Stanley, clerk, declaimed ownership of the manor of Bourton-on-the-Hill, Gloucestershire, but did homage for the manors of Chipping Campden and Aston-sub-Edge, Gloucestershire. [TBGAS, Vol. 16]
"On 6 November 1544 Sir William Herbert quitclaimed his share of the manor [of Elmley Castle] to Christopher Savage, who died on 23 November 1545, leaving a son, Francis Hardwyk Savage. The latter died August 1557."
Christopher Savage died in 1546.
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