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Introduction

Barons of Chester

Sir Eustace of Malpas is alleged by some to have been one of the four barons of Chester.[1] Other sources allege Robert Fitz-Hugh was baron of Malpas in the time of earl of Chester, Hugh I.[1] Robert Fitz-Hugh, baron of Malpas, supposed natural son of the earl of Chester, Hugh I, follows earl Hugh in the Domesday Survey (therefore recognised as next in importance), his descendants were Serjeants of the Peace for all Cheshire except Wirrall and Macclesfield Hundreds, and his properties included the castles of Malpas, Oldcastle and Shocklach, his daughters married into the families of Patrick (the properties allocated to this daughter passed to the Suttons, Dudleys and Wards) and Belward (this daughter's properties passed to the Egertons, Breretons and Holtes).[1] According to some sources Robert died without issue.[1] Robert was lord of:

  • in Dudestan hundred: Bettisfield, "Burwardestone", Worthenbury, Malpas, Tilston, Christleton, Cholmondeley, Edge, Hampton, Larkdon, Duckinton, Chowley, Broxton, Overton, Cuddington, Shocklach, Tussingham, Bickley, Bickerton, Burwardsley, Crew near Farndon;
  • in Riseton hundred: Tilston Farnhall, Beeston, Bunbury, Tiverton, Spurstow, Peckforton;
  • in ffilavestnn hundred: Sutton;
  • in Hamestan hundred: Butley, "Croeneche".[2]

Of these the townships held by Robert Fitz Hugh, baron of Malpas, Tilston, Beeston, Bunbury, Teverton, Spurstow, and Peckforton were in Eddisbury hundred.[3]

David, clerk or secretary to the earl, was baron of Malpas.[1]

David de Malpas was Sheriff of Cheshire in 1252, Alani le Zouch was justiciarii, 36 Henry III[4]

Ralph, baron of Malpas, married Beatrice, the daughter of the earl of Chester, the second Ranulph; Ralph of Malpas possessed Christleton, Ordrick, Crim, Fulwich, and Boughton in Broxton Hundred.[1] Earl of Chester, Ranulph II, died 1152, married Alice, the daughter of Robert Consull earl of Gloucester and had Hugh who succeeded him as earl of Chester, and Beatrix who married Ralph baron of Malpas.[5]

The barony of Malpas has been in the possession of Patricks, Suttons, Sampires, Clerks, and Breretons.[1]

Pedigree from Visitation

  1. William Belward.[6] [7]
    1. David le Clerk (David le Clerke Baron of Mallpas[6]) married Margareta (Margrett[6]), the daughter and heir of Ralph (Radulphus) Baron of Mallpas and his wife Beatrix, the sister of Hugh Keveliock co Chester,[7] and was also known as Dan David de Mallpas Clericus.[8]
      1. William de Mallpas[7]
        • married Marjorie, the daughter of Cadogan de Linton cum quo Peckfarton.[8]
          1. Rogerus Mallpas;[8]
            1. William Mallpas;[8]
              1. Hugh Mallpas, paston of Baromley;[8]
              2. David Mallpas;[8]
                1. David de Mallpas;[8]
                  1. John;[8]
                    1. David, who died without surviving children;[8]
                  2. Sibill who married William Tomlinson de Halifax;[8]
                    1. Jone who married William Whitgreve of Burton;[8]
                      1. Thomas Whitgreve of Nantwich;[8]
                  3. Katherin who married John Bird de Cherleton;[8]
                    1. Alice who married William Honford;[8]
                    2. Katherine who married Richard Golborne;[8]
                    3. Agnes who married Humfrey Hill;[8]
                    4. Margaret who married Robert Powell of Wrixham;[8]
                  4. Mauld who married Phillip Egerton;[8]
                    1. Sir John Egerton;[8]
                  5. Margery (the daughter of David de Mallpas[9]) who married Christopher Hogh,[8] or Hough of Thornton Hough in Werrall;[9]
                  6. Isabel who married Huxley Kinaston & Erdeswick and they had no surviving children;[8]
          2. Sir David Mallpas;[8]
          3. Sibill who married — Aldlym;[8]
            1. Agnes who married — Pulesdon;[8]
              1. Roger Pulesdon;[8]
          4. — de Mallpas;[8]
          5. — de Mallpas;[8]
        • William also had a long-term irregular liaison with Beatrix, the natural daughter of Roger Montealt,[7] or Robert Lord Monhalt,[8] or Sir Roger Monhalt,[6] or daughter of Robert de Montealto Dapifer Comitis Cestriae, and sister of Roger de Montealto Senescallus Cestriae;[10] Sir Roger de Monteath, Kt, seneschal of Chester was living c 1296,[11] or legitimate daughter of Robert de Montalt, and sister of Roger de Montalt, died 1260, seneschal of Chester and justice of Chester in 1247, 1258 and 1259.[12]
          1. David de Malpas, a bastard or natural son, who married Constance the daughter of Owen Keveliock, prince of Powiss.[7] [6] [10]
            1. Beatrix who married William Patrick knight;[7] and Roderick ap Griffin;[6]
              1. Isabel who married Richard Sutton;[7] Isabel is recorded in the Egerton pedigree as the daughter of Roderick[13] Richard Sutton did homage for Malpas to prince Edward at Chester in 1302.[1]
            2. Idone (Idonea[6]) who married Vrany St Petri knight[7] aka Sir Vrian de Speer [St Peere][6];
              1. John St Petri knight,[7] who married the daughter of Sutton;[6]
      2. Phillip de Mallpas alias Gogh[6] or Gough[8] de Mallpas who married Catherine the daughter of — Hurlton,[7] and the sister of Richard Hulton;[6]
        1. David de Egerton,[7] who married Cicely the daughter of Randoll Thornton,[6] or Randolph and his wife Avice, the daughter of Richard de Kingesley, and sister of Piers Thornton;[14]
          1. Phillip Egerton,[8] who married — the daughter of Wrenbury;[6]
            1. David Egerton,[8] who married Isabel, the daughter of Richard ffouleshurst of Crew.[13]
              1. Philip Egerton,[8] le Large, who married Ellin, the daughter of Sir John St Peer;[13]
                1. Ellin who married William Brereton,[8] or Helena;[13] or Hellin, daughter and heir of Phillip Mallpas;[15]
              2. David Egerton;[8] [13]
              3. Vrian stirps Egerton de Olton and Ridley;[8] aka Vrian Egerton of Egerton, entailed by ffine;[13]
                1. Phillip de Egerton who married Mauld the daughter of David de Mallpas or Margrett the daughter of John Warren of Ightfeld;[13]
                  1. Sir John Egerton of Egerton;[13]
                2. David, second son;[13]
            2. Urian stirps Egerton de Wrinhill;[8]
        2. Hova, 2nd son;[7]
          1. William Wigland;[7]
            1. David de Egerton de Wigland who married Idonea the daughter and heir of William Golborn below [belew];[7]
              1. David Wigland;[7]
                1. Margrett the wife of William de Lawton;[7]
                  1. Isabell the wife of Rad'i Bostock knight;[7]
                    1. Sir Adam Bostock slain at Blore Heath in 1459;[7]
      3. David de Golborne;[8]
        1. William de Golborne;[16]
          1. John de Golborne;[16]
            1. Sir William Golborne;[16]
        2. Richard de Goodman;[16]
          1. John de Goodman;[16]
        3. David de Golborne;[16]
          1. William de Golborne;[16]
            1. William de Golborne;[16]
              1. John de Golborne;[16]
        4. Sibill who married Patrick de Barton;[16]
      4. Leg' who married ll: de Shocklach;[8]
      5. Christia' who married 1) — Bonbury and 2) — Hulgreve;[8]
      6. Meverell who married Hugh de Cholmly;[16]
        1. Agnes de Cholmly;[16]
          1. William de Broxton;[16]
        2. ffelice who married — Heddeslegh;[16]
      7. Peter the Clerk of Ranulf III, earl of Chester and Lincoln.[7] Peter had children:
        1. Agnes who married William de Blore;[7] and
        2. Ranulf;[7]
    2. Richard;[8]
      1. Thomas de Cotgreve;[8]
        1. William de Cogreve;[8]
          1. Alice the wife of Rob' Stevenson;[8]
      2. William de Overton;[8]
        1. Richard de Overton;[8]
          1. William de Overton;[8]
          2. David de Overton;[8]
          3. Hova de Overton;[8]
          4. Robert de Overton;[8]
          5. John de Overton;[8]
      3. Richard Litell;[8]
        1. Kenen le Clerk;[8]
      4. Marrett de Hampton;[8]
        1. Hova Bras;[8]
          1. William de Hampton;[8]
            1. William de Hampton;[8]
            2. Jane who married — Wever;[8]
            3. Agnes who married — Eton;[8]
      5. Hunoth de Coddington;[8]
        1. Robert de Coddington;[8]
        2. Mabell the wife of Wrono Litell and Nico Tilston;[8]
      6. a daughter, the wife of Burghall;[8]
        1. Nicholas Burghall;[8]
          1. Bartholomew de Burghall;[8]
      7. a daughter the wife of Sutton;[8]
        1. Jenan;[8]
        2. David;[8]
      8. a daughter, the wife of Prees;[8]
      9. a daughter, the wife of Spurstow;[8]
Omnibus &c. Petrus Clericus D'ni Com. Cestriae et Lincolniae Sal't'm. Noveritis me dedisse W'mo de Blora, in libro Maritagio, cum Agnete filia mea, et eor' haeredibus de se genitis unas libera' salin'a in Wich-Mauban cum duodecim plumbis et tolneto et sale de die veneris &c. Testibus Phillippo de Orreby tunc Justiciar' Cestriae, D'no Henrico de Audithelegb, Warino de Vernon, Rad'o de Motton, Thoma filio Rogeri, Ivone de Mere, Rob'to de Heffely, Petro de Stapplegh, &c.[7]

Translation: All etc. Peter Clerk of the Lord of counties Chester and Lincoln Greetings. Know that I have given William of Blore, in free marriage, with Agnes my daughter, and their heirs together brought forth one free salin'a in Wich-Mauban with twelve lead and tolneto and salt works of day veneris, &c. Witnesses: Philip of Orreby then Justice Chester, Lord Henry ​​of Audithelegb, Warin of Vernon, Rad'o of Motton, Thomas, son of Roger, Ivo of Mere, Rob'to of Heffely, Peter of Stapplegh, &c.

Omnibus &c. Phillippi de Orreby Sal't'm. Sciatis me Concessisse D'no Henrico de Aldithley, Clementiam et Elenoram filias et haeredes Will'mi de Blore et eor' maritagium cum tota terra quae fuit Dicti Will'mi de Blore et cum eiusdem terrae p'tinentijs sc'd'm quodam Cartae D'nae Millisendae de Stafford et D'ni Henrici filij sui quas super eisdem habui testanter &c. Testib' D'no Ranulpho Comite Cestriae et Lincolniae Fulconi filio Warini. Rob'to de Campan Aluredo de Sulini, Ric'o de Phiton Ric' vic' filio Lid:[7]

Omnibus sc'ae matris Eccl'iae filijs &c. T'pe H. 2. Richardus Bacun Sal't'm. Noveritis univergitas v'ra me pro salute animae meae et pro salute etiam Ranulphi Comitis Cestriae avunculi mei, et antecessor' et successor' meor' Dedisse &c. Deo et Beatae Mariae et canoncijs regularibus ordinis sc'i Augustini: Totam villam de Roucester cum advocac'one Ecclie dictae villae totam etiam villam de Cambru'ge &c. Testibus Hugon' Wac' : Will'mo Constabul' de Doninton, Thurstano Banaster. W'mo Bac', Roberto Bassett. Will'mo de Colvile, Ric'o Pincerna, W'mo de Barnill [Daniell], Galfrido Dispensatore.

Drawing of seal, Plate I., Fig. 8. [8]
T'pe H. 2. Rogero Castrensi Ep'o &c. Ranulpbus Comes Cestriae sal't'm notum vobis oib'z facio me Confirmasse proprio sigillo et carta mea Donationem qu'a Ricardus Bacun cognatus meus et familiaris donavit Deo & Sc'ae Mariae et Canonicis de Roucester &c. Testibus Hugon' War', W'mo Constabul' de Donington Turstano Banester, W'mo Bac, Rob'to Bassett, &c.

Drawing of seal, Plate I., Fig. 9. [8]
Henricus de Alhitelegh [Aldithelegh] omnibus &c. Sciatis me confirmasse W'mo de Blora et Agneti vxori suae filiae Petri Clerici de Cestriae genitis salina' ilia' in Wico Mauban cum duodecem plumbis et toineto, et sale de die veneris et cum terra de Gayfeld &c. qua praedictus Petrus ei in libero maritagio dedit cum praedicta Agneta filia sua Habend &c. Testibus Warino de Vernon, W'mo de Venable, Rogero de Meynwar', Ran' fratre suo, Matheo de Vernon, Rob'to Cappell, Ran'um & Rob'tum de Praerijs. Tho. de Adilina [Aelina], &c.[8]

Translation: Henry Alhitelegh [Aldithelegh] all etc Know that I confirm to William of Blore and his wife Agnes, daughter of Peter the clerk of Chester genitis salina' ilia in Wico Mauban with twelve lead and toineto, and salt of day veneris and with land of Gayfeld &c. which Peter aforesaid it in free marriage gave with the aforesaid Agnes to have &c. Witnesses: Warin of Vernon, William of Venable, Roger Meynwar', Ran his brother, Matthew of Vernon, Robert Chapel, Ran'um & Robert of Praeriis. Tho. of Adilina [Aelina], &c.

Drawing of seal, Plate I., Fig. 10.

Ista Indentura testatur in memoria futuror' quod Joha'na quae fuit vxor Alani de Audeleigh in A° rrs Edw. filij Regis Ed. 5° in pleno Comitatu Staffordias teuto die Jovis proximo post ffestum sanctorum Tiburcij et Valeriani. liberavit Laurentio de Okeouere et Margr' vxori eius fines. Cartas & scriptas. de haereditate dicta Margeriss sub tenore, qui subsequitur Scil. ^f vnam Cartam p' quam Ran' Comes Cestriae, feoffavit Petrum Clericum de Salina in Wich bauban (sic) f Et vnam quiet, clamac'o'em qua' Arnaldus filius W'm de Verdon fecit W'mo de Audeleig': de terra quae appellator le Moreflates in Schardlow. «f Et vnam Cartam p' qua' Willmus filius W'mi de Audeleig': fecit Audae fratri suo de quodam Messuagio in villa de Schardelow. *f Et vnam Cartam quam Ranulpbus filius Petri Clerici D'ni Comitis Cestriae fecit W'mo de Blore et Agneti vxori eius sorori sua & haeredibus suis quod warantizaret eijs liberum maritagium. f Et dua Scripta inter Will'm filiu' Will'mi de Verdon et Petrum Clericum D'ni Comitis Cestriae, de la Moreflates in Schardlow. % Et vnam Scripta, convenc'o'es quod Henric' de Audeleigh fecit Will'mo de Blore de vna Salina in Wich Bauban. *f Et vna' scriptum inter Rob'tum Martin de Schardelow et W'mi de Audelegh et Clementia' vxorem eius de vno Tofto et Crofto in Schardlow. f Et vna' Cartam, indentatum inter Abba'm de Burton, Scil': Ric'm de Insula, et Will'm de Audleig' & Clementiam vxore' eius de Jure patronat' Eccliar' de Blore et de Grendon &c. [8]

Edward' illustris Regis Angliae filius Prinoeps Walliae Dux Cornubia? & Comes Cestrise Omnius Ballius &c. Sal't'm. Sciatis quod cum Joh'es de Berouse nuper v'es d'nicas terras in Schocklacke infra Com. n'rum Cestrisa qua? de nobis tenentur in capite, de Joh'e de Sco' Petro licentia n'ra sup' hoc ab non obtento adquisivissett. Nos de gra' n'ra speciale et ad requisic'o'em dilecti Consanguinei n'ri Comitis Warrennaj perdonavimus eidem Joh'i de Berouse transgressionem quam fecit in inquirendo sibi ten' prsedieta &c. Dat. apud Cestr' 28 Octob. : Anno 18 Ed. Regis patris n'ri. 18 E. 3.[16]

Lettice de Malpas gave a house near Clippe-gate to the Abbie of St Werburg's in Chester.[17]

Petro Clerk and David de Malpas were two of the witnesses to a charter made by the earl of Chester, Ranulph I, when lord Hugone le Orebi was justiciar.[18]

The canons of the monastery of St Werburgh and St Oswald in Chester at Domesday retained lands which included the vills of Salghton, Cheveley, Huntinton, Boughton.[19] While Simon de Albo Monasterio or Whitchurch, was abbott of the abbey (elected 1265), Philip Burnel and his wife, Isabella, baroness of Malpas, attempted to recover the manors of Saighton, Huntinton, Chaveley, and Boughton, releasing their right to abbot Simon in 1281 in the royal presence in the king's court at Westminster, for which the monks purchased their compliance by a bond for the payment of £200 sterling; the influence of Robert Burnel, bishop of Bath and Wells, and uncle of the claimant, was corruptly used to extort the bond; the bond wasn't paid because the abbot procured a release stipulating the maintenance of two chaplains to pray for the soul of Philip Burnel for ever.[18]

William Malpas with Nicholas Wyrvin were Sheriffs of the city of Chester in 1420 and in 1421 William was again Sheriff with Richard Massey.[20]

Darrell Wolcott Pedigree and Moiety Analysis

Wolcott assembles the following pedigree: [21]

Generation 1: 960: Owain of Holt
Generation 2: 995: Gruffudd, son of Owain
Generation 3:1030: Sir William, miles, aka le Belward, son of Gruffudd
Generation 4:
  • 1065: Ralph, born 1065, son of Sir William
  • 1060: William II, born 1060. William II married a base daughter of Earl Hugh the Fat of Chester.
  • 1060: David, born 1060.
Generation 5:
  • 1100: Marged, daughter of Ralph married David, born 1090, son of William II; they were thus first cousins.
  • William III, born 1090, son of William and brother of David,
  • Einion born 1090, son of David born 1060.
Generation 6:
  • 1120: William, born 1120. Note a: Pedigrees identify him as holding a moiety of Malpas, or one half. He would have inherited 1/3 from his mother, beign Ralph's part, and1/6 from his father, being half of William II's part. His brother, William III held the other 1/6, which descended to Dan David. The final 1/3 of Malpas was held by the lien dewcended from David of 1060. The daughter of Ralph shown in our chart, was not an heiress; she had a borhter named David who inherited the final 1/3.
  • 1120 Richard, born 1120, son of William III,
  • 1125 Ralph, born 1125, son of Einion.
Generation 7:
  • 1150: William, born 1150, son of Richard, married a daughter of Ralph, born 1160. He married Beannan, daughter of Ralph ap Einion ap David ap Sir William by Beatrix daughter of Earl Ranulf II of Chester, sister of Hugh Cyfeiliog
Generation 8: 1185: Dan David, the clerk, living 1251-52. He was a base son called "the clerk", often misidentified as the 1150 David ap William ..."

William, son of Marged and David, held a moiety of Malpas, one half. He would have inherited 1/3 from his mother, being Ralph's part, and 1/6 from his father, being half of William Ii's part. His brother, William III held the other 1/6, which descended to Dan David. The final 1/3 of Malpas was held by the line descended from David of 1060. The daughter of Ralph shown in our chart was not an heiress; she ahad a brother named David who inherited the final 1/3. [21]

Last: Ormerod's Line of Descent From William to Alice

The following line of descent from William Belward to Alice Malpas follows the table presented by George Ormerod.[22] Calculations have been added to dates expressed in terms of the monarch's reign.

  1. William Belward, lord of a moiety of Malpas. Had three sons (a) David de Malpas (b) Robert de Cholmondeley, (c) Richard. [22]
  2. David de Malpas. By one wife had William de Malpas and Philip Goch. By another wife had David de Golborne. [22]
  3. William de Malpas married Margery, daughter of Cadogande Lynton, s. p. He also had an unmarried relationship with Beatrix de Montalt by whom he had David, Roger, and nine daughters. [22]
  4. Roger de Malo-Passu, (grantee of his father of lands in Hampton, 44 Hen 3 (1216+44=1260). Siblings: (a) David le clerc. (b) Roger (c) 9 daughters [22]
  5. William de Malopassu (1248), son and heir, living 18 Edw 3 (1327+18=1345). P.. Ro. Siblings (a) David de malo Passu, living 2 and 11-12 Edw 2 (1307+11=1318)] (b) William) (c. John del Malo Passu, 11-12, 15-16 Edw 2 (1307+15=1322). (d) Henry de Malo Passu, attained his majority circ 27 Edw 1 (1272+27=1299). Held lands in Malpas, Wigland, upper and Lower Fulwich and Bradley. Living 11-12 Edw 2 (1307+11=1318). [22]
  6. David de Malpas (1310) , brother and heir (occurs 20-21 Edw 3 (1327+20=1347) = daughter of Philip Egerton of Egerton. Siblings. (a) David (b) William de Malpas, 20-21 Edw 3 (1327+20=1347), John de Malpas, 20-21 Edw 3 (1347) ] (c) Hugh de Malpas, son and heir [occurs 20-21 Edw 3 (1347)] rector of Barthomley, possessed of Hampton, 3 non Feb 1364-5 [22]
  7. David de Malpas of Hampton and Bickerton (1345) [14-15 Ric 2 (1377+14=1391)], heir to his brother, 4 Hen 4 (1399+4=1403), ob ante 1 hen 5 (1413+1=1414). Recog. Ro] = Katherine, daughter of Hugh de Bickerton. Siblings: (a) Roger de Malpas (b) David (c) Hugh de Malpas, son and heir, living 2 Ric 2 (1377+2=1379), also at the death of Isabella Delves, 19 Rc 2 (1377+19=1396), rector of Malpas 7 Apr 1384; [22]
  8. Alice, daughter of David de Malpas of Hampton and Bickerton and his wife Katherine daughter of Hugh de Bickerton, married John Bird of Cherlton whose daughter coheiresses married William Holford, Richard Belborne, Humphrey Hill, and Rob Powell. [22]

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  2. Ormerod, Vol I, 1819, p. xxvii
  3. Ormerod, Vol II, 1819, p. 3
  4. Ormerod, Vol I, 1819, p. 60
  5. Ormerod, Vol I, 1819, p. 96
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  11. "DCH/C/406 - QUITCLAIM by Sir Roger de Monteath Kt., seneshal of Chester, to William son of Gerard...", MALPAS SECTION, DCH - CHOLMONDELEY OF CHOLMONDELEY, Discovery: The National Archives UK, ( Cheshire Archives and Local Studies, ), accessed 19 April 2015, http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/rd/744e82ce-9289-4242-9dec-f6d3b34e3475 .
  12. Ormerod, Vol I, 1819, p. 54
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6 13.7 13.8 John Paul Rylands, ed., "The visitation of Cheshire in the year 1580 made by Robert Glover, Somerset Herald, for William Flower, Norroy king of arms, with numerous additions and continuations, including those from the visitation of Cheshire made in the year 1566, by the same herald. With an appendix, containing the Visitation of a part of Cheshire in the year 1533, made by William Fellows, Lancaster Herald, for Thomas Benolte, Clarenceux king of arms. And a fragment of the Visitation of the City of Chester in the year 1591, made by Thomas Chaloner, deputy to the Office of arms", The Publications of the Harleian Society, XVIII, (London: Harleian Society, 1882), accessed 18 April 2015, https://archive.org/stream/visitationofches00glov#page/96/mode/2up pp.96. Egerton of Egerton and of Olton
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  15. John Paul Rylands, ed., "The visitation of Cheshire in the year 1580 made by Robert Glover, Somerset Herald, for William Flower, Norroy king of arms, with numerous additions and continuations, including those from the visitation of Cheshire made in the year 1566, by the same herald. With an appendix, containing the Visitation of a part of Cheshire in the year 1533, made by William Fellows, Lancaster Herald, for Thomas Benolte, Clarenceux king of arms. And a fragment of the Visitation of the City of Chester in the year 1591, made by Thomas Chaloner, deputy to the Office of arms", The Publications of the Harleian Society, XVIII, (London: Harleian Society, 1882), accessed 26 April 2015, https://archive.org/stream/visitationofches00glov#page/40/mode/2up pp.41. Brereton of Brereton
  16. 16.00 16.01 16.02 16.03 16.04 16.05 16.06 16.07 16.08 16.09 16.10 16.11 16.12 16.13 16.14 John Paul Rylands, ed., "The visitation of Cheshire in the year 1580 made by Robert Glover, Somerset Herald, for William Flower, Norroy king of arms, with numerous additions and continuations, including those from the visitation of Cheshire made in the year 1566, by the same herald. With an appendix, containing the Visitation of a part of Cheshire in the year 1533, made by William Fellows, Lancaster Herald, for Thomas Benolte, Clarenceux king of arms. And a fragment of the Visitation of the City of Chester in the year 1591, made by Thomas Chaloner, deputy to the Office of arms", The Publications of the Harleian Society, XVIII, (London: Harleian Society, 1882), accessed 18 April 2015, https://archive.org/stream/visitationofches00glov#page/162/mode/2up pp.162. Mallpas
  17. Ormerod, Vol I, 1819, p. 163
  18. 18.0 18.1 Ormerod, Vol I, 1819, p. 214
  19. Ormerod, Vol I, 1819, p. 212
  20. Ormerod, Vol I, 1819, p. 179
  21. 21.0 21.1
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 22.4 22.5 22.6 22.7 22.8

See also:

  • Ormerod, George. "Containing the Introduction and Prolegomena, the County of the City of Chester and Bucklow Hundred", The history of the County Palatine and City of Chester compiled from original evidences in public offices, the Harleian and Cottonian MSS, parochial registers, private muniments, unpublished MS collections of successive Cheshire antiquaries, and a personal survey of every township in the county; incorporated with a republication of King's Vale Royal, and Leycester's Cheshire Antiquities. I. London: Lackington, Hughes, Harding, Mavor, and Jones, 1819. Accessed: 27 April 2015.
  • Ormerod, George, eds. "Containing the hundreds of Edisbury, Wirral, and Broxton", The history of the County Palatine and City of Chester compiled from original evidences in public offices, the Harleian and Cottonian MSS, parochial registers, private muniments, unpublished MS collections of successive Cheshire antiquaries, and a personal survey of every township in the county; incorporated with a republication of King's Vale Royal, and Leycester's Cheshire Antiquities. Vol. II. London: Lackington, Hughs, Harding, Mavor, and Jones, 1819. Accessed: 27 April 2015.




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