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Subject: Mainwaring and Davenport Grandparents
Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2013 05:58:11 +0000 (UTC)
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Does this linage look about right. ? This is my grandparents descending from my Eltonhead/Sutton line if so.



Roger Mainwaring b: 1245 in Cheshire, England, d: 1295 in England



+ Christian De Birtles b: 1245 in England, d: 1315 in England

......2 William Mainwaring b: 1285 in Middlewich, Cheshire, England, d: 1340 in Over, Cheshire, England

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+ Mary Davenport b: 1305 in Cheshire, England, m: 1315 in Middlewich, Cheshire, England, d:
1350 in Peover, Cheshire, England







.........3 William Mainwaring b: 1330 in Middlewich, Cheshire, , England, d: 1364 in Over, Cheshire, ,
England









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+ Margaret Elizabeth Leycester b: 1340 in Nantwich, Cheshire, , England, d: 1375 in Over,
Cheshire, , England









............4 Randle Mainwaring b: Abt. 1364, d: 1446 in Over, Cheshire, , England

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+ Margery Venables b: Abt. 1364 in Kinderton, Cheshire, England, m: 1391 in Kinderton,
Cheshire, New Hampshire, USA, d: 1459 in Cheshire, England











...............5 Ellen Mainwaring b: Abt. 1404 in Over Peover, Cheshire, England, d: Abt. 1481 in
Gausworth, Cheshire, England













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+ Thomas Fitton b: Abt. 1402 in Goseworth, Cheshire, England, m: Abt. 1432, d: Bef. 1500

..................6 Katherine Joan Fitton b: Abt. 1437 in Gausworth,Cheshire,England, d: Abt. 1520

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+ Robert Grosvenor b: 1433 in Eaton, Cheshire, England, d: 1502

.....................7 Agnes Grosvenor b: 1435, d: 05 Feb 1482

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+ William Stanley b: Abt. 1439 in Hooton, Cheshire, England, m: 26 Jul 1470, d: 03 Mar
1512

















........................8 William Stanley b: 1473, d: 1546

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+ Anne Harrington

...........................9 Peter Stanley b: 1518, d: 1592 in Ormskirk, England

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+ Cicely Tarleton b: Abt. 1525 in Aughton, Lancashire, England, m: 21 Aug 1559, d:
27 Nov 1568 in Moor Hall, Ormskirk, Lancashire, England





















..............................10 Anne Stanley b: Abt. 31 Dec 1561, d: 1635

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+ Edward Sutton m: 14 May 1576 in Ormskirk, Lancashire, England

.................................11 Anne Sutton b: Abt. 31 Dec 1561, d: 14 May 1576 in Ormskirk, England

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+ Richard Eltonhead b: 1582 in Prescot, Lancashire, England, d: Aft. 1664 in
Lancashire, England
I am not sure if these dates are exactly right. If so, it looks like the Mainwaring/Davenport descendants in these records are very familiar with my Sutton grandparents.

Collections for a History of Staffordshire , Vol. III, New Series; Final Concords Temp James I. 9.

"On the Morrow of All Souls. 5 James I. Between JOHN DAVENPORT, armiger, EDWARD COTTON, armiger, EDMUND SUTTON, gentleman, and WILLIAM SUTTON, complainants, and EDWARD SUTTON, gentleman, and ANNE , his wife, and JOHN EARDLEY, gentleman, and ALICE, his wife, deforciants of a messuage, a garden, 100 acres of land, 30 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, and 20 acres of wood in Rushton Spencer, Ravenscloug-he, and Clowdewood. The deforciants remitted all right to the complainants and to the heirs of JOHN DAVENPORT, for which the complainants gave them 120.From "Gleanings Towards the Annals of Aughton, Near Ormskirk by G. Coulthard."

From: 'Leek: Rushton Spencer', A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 7: Leek and the Moorlands (1996), pp. 223-229. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22920 .

"Two popish recusants were returned in 1607, ANNE, wife of EDWARD SUTTON of Hall House, and their daughter ALICE EARDLEY. Alice was returned with her husband JOHN in 1616, when three other women, all labourers' wives, were also returned. ANNE SUTTON was again returned in 1635, along with another woman, and ALICE EARDLEY in 1641. "

Source: A Calendar of Lancashire and Cheshire Exchuquer Deposition By Commission From 1558-1712 by Caroline Fishback

9th James L, 1611. Hil., No. 5. Sir RANDALL MAINWARING, THOS. JOLLY versus WM. SUTTON, THOS. SUTTON. Manor of Rushton James by Commission, Cheshire. 117 (Stafford). Meets and bounds. The manor of Bugtawton (Chester), and the lordships of Clowdwood and Rushton Spencer (Stafford). A waste or moor called the Clowde, in the manor of Bugtawton. Meets and bounds. Meets and bounds of the counties of Chester and Stafford. Do the manors of Congleton, Bugtawton, and Newbold adjoin the manors of Rushton Spencer, Clowdewod, Rushton James, Biddulph, and Tunstall (Stafford) ? (C. 28 Nov ., I.D. 9 Jan ., at Congleton.)

Marianne Dillow


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