History of Cheshire

1459 Battle of Blore Heath

1712 Hamilton–Mohun Duel

Cheshire is in Welsh March.

Acton, Cheshire

St Mary's Church Acton, Cheshire

In 1399 William Mainwaring 1345-1399 (54) died. He was buried at St Mary's Church Acton. Monument Early Plate Bascinet and Gorget Period. Lancastrian Esses Collar. Ass's Head Crest. Orle.

In Apr 1643 Richard Wilbraham 1st Baronet Wilbraham 1579-1643 (64) died. Thomas Wilbraham 2nd Baronet Wilbraham 1601-1660 (42) succeeded 2nd Baronet Wilbraham of Woodhey in Cheshire. St Mary's Church Acton. Jacobean Period. Monument to Richard Wilbraham 1st Baronet Wilbraham 1579-1643 (64) and Grace Savage 1585-1661 (58).

Alderley, Cheshire

Peter Arden 1241-1292 held at Alderley.

Peter Arderne was granted by his brother at Alderley.

Alderley Park Alderley, Cheshire

On 26 Mar 1735 John Thomas Stanley 6th Baronet Stanley 1735-1827 was born to Edward Stanley 5th Baronet Stanley -1755 at Alderley Park Alderley.

Weever Alderley, Cheshire

In 1556 Randle Stanley 1556-1595 was born to Thomas Stanley 1531-1591 (25) and Ursula Cholmley at Weever Alderley.

Aldford, Cheshire

In 1241 Peter Arden 1241-1292 was born to Wakelin Arden 1220-1265 (21) and Agnes Orreby 1220-1300 (21) at Aldford.

In 1266 John Arden 1266-1308 was born to Peter Arden 1241-1292 (25) at Aldford.

Around 1323 Peter Arderne 1323-1379 was born to John Arderne 1300-1349 (23) at Aldford.

Around 1337 Thomas Arderne 1337-1391 was born to John Arderne 1300-1349 (37) at Aldford.

On 12 Mar 1369 John Arderne 1369-1408 was born to Thomas Arderne 1337-1391 (32) and Catherine Stafford 1338-1392 (31) at Aldford.

In 1379 Peter Arderne 1323-1379 (56) died at Aldford.

On 12 Mar 1386 Blanche Arderne 1386-1429 was born to Thomas Arderne 1337-1391 (49) at Aldford.

In 1423 Cecilia Arderne 1423- was born to Ralph Arderne 1383-1447 (40) at Aldford.

In 1423 Hugh Arderne 1350-1423 (73) died at Aldford.

Alford, Cheshire

Around 1220 Wakelin Arden 1220-1265 was born to John Arden 1185-1238 (35) at Alford.

Ashton Hayes, Cheshire

Astbury, Cheshire

On 21 Feb 1726 Rev Philip Egerton of Astbury 1662-1726 (63) died at Astbury. He was buried at St Peter's Church.

St Mary's Church, Astbury, Cheshire

On or before 01 Dec 1711 Sibella Egerton 1711-1763 was born to Rev Philip Egerton of Astbury 1662-1726 (49) and Frances Offley 1684-1738 (27). She was baptised at St Mary's Church on 01 Dec 1711

Barthomley, Cheshire

Beeston, Cheshire

Around 1407 Thomas Babington 1407- was born to Arnold Babington 1363-1455 (44) at Beeston.

Around 1410 William Babington 1410-1474 was born to Arnold Babington 1363-1455 (47) at Beeston.

Around 1425 John Babington 1425-1501 was born to William Babington 1410-1474 (15) at Beeston.

Around 1455 Arnold Babington 1363-1455 (92) died at Beeston.

Around 1464 Robert Babington 1400-1464 (64) died at Beeston.

In 1474 William Babington 1410-1474 (64) died at Beeston.

Beeston Castle Beeston, Cheshire

Around 1220 Ranulf de Blondeville Gernon 6th Earl Chester 1st Earl Lincoln 1170-1232 (50) commissioned Beeston Castle Beeston.

After 04 Aug 1265 Humphrey Bohun 1225-1265 was imprisoned at Beeston Castle Beeston.

On 27 Oct 1265 Humphrey Bohun 1225-1265 (40) died at Beeston Castle Beeston.

Bostock, Cheshire

In Jul 1325 Ralph Vernon 1241-1325 (84) died at Bostock.

In 1479 Anne Bostock 1479-1528 was born to Ralph Bostock 1452-1482 (26) in Bostock.

Bradley, Cheshire

On 27 Nov 1478 Piers Leigh 1415-1478 (63) died at Bradley. He was buried at Winwick.

Bradwell, Cheshire

In 1512 William Sneyd of Bradwell Cheshire 1512-1571 was born at Bradwell.

Bredbury, Cheshire

In 1500 John Arderne 1419-1500 (81) died at Bredbury.

Arden Hall Bredbury, Cheshire

On 14 Jan 1447 Ralph Arderne 1383-1447 (64) died at Arden Hall Bredbury.

Brereton, Cheshire

In 1477 Ellen Brereton 1477-1541 was born to Andrew Brereton 1448-1527 (29) at Brereton.

St Oswald's Church Brereton, Cheshire

St Oswald's Church Brereton. In the sanctuary is a monument to William Brereton, who died in 1618, and in the south aisle is a monument to William Smethwick, who died in 1643, and his wife Frances, who died in 1632. Open from 10.30 until 1.30 every Wednesday.

Brereton cum Smethwick, Cheshire

On 10 Jan 1426 William Brereton 1347-1426 (78) died at Brereton cum Smethwick.

Bunbury, Cheshire

On 04 Mar 1528 Ralph Egerton 1458-1528 (70) died at Bunbury. He was buried at St Boniface's Church Bunbury.

St Boniface's Church Bunbury, Cheshire

On 23 Apr 1394 Hugh Calverley 1324-1394 (70) died. He was probably buried in St Boniface's Church Bunbury. Monument Early Plate Bascinet Period. Finely carved Calf's_Head on the breastplate representing Hugh Calveley's canting arms. Calf's Head Crest. Hip Belt. Basinet with unusual decorated Orle.

On 04 Mar 1528 Ralph Egerton 1458-1528 (70) died at Bunbury. He was buried at St Boniface's Church Bunbury.

On 06 Jan 1579 Richard Egerton 1510-1579 (69) died. He was buried at St Boniface's Church Bunbury.

Chester

Cheadle, Cheshire

Before 13 Feb 1560 Katharine Bulkeley Abbess Gostow -1560 died. On 13 Feb 1560 she was buried at Cheadle.

On 16 May 1628 Peter Bulkeley was buried at Cheadle.

Before 27 Sep 1633 Richard Bulkeley 1610-1633 died. He was buried at Cheadle.

On 04 Jan 1634 Katherine Needham was buried at Cheadle.

In 1756 Thomas Warren-Bulkeley 7th Viscount Bulkeley 1752-1822 (3) sold by Parliament at Cheadle.

On 08 Sep 1768 Humphrey Bulkeley 1618-1768 was buried at Cheadle.

Cheadle Royal, Cheshire

On 13 Oct 1927 Reginald Neville 2nd Marquess Abergavenny 1853-1927 (74) died at Cheadle Royal. Henry Neville 3rd Marquess Abergavenny 1854-1938 (73) succeeded 3rd Marquess Abergavenny, 7th Earl Abergavenny, 3rd Earl Lewes, 25th Baron Bergavenny 1C 1392, 23rd Baron Bergavenny 2C 1450.

Cholmondeley, Cheshire

On 08 Oct 1659 Robert Cholmondeley 1st Earl Leinster 1584-1659 (75) died at Cholmondeley. He was buried at the Chancel of St Oswald's Church Malpas.

Clifton, Cheshire

Around 1370 John Savage 1370-1463 was born at Clifton.

In 1422 John Savage 1422-1495 was born to John Savage 1370-1463 (52) and Eleanor Elizabeth Brereton 1388-1495 (34) at Clifton.

In 1427 Jane Savage 1427- was born to John Savage 1370-1463 (57) and Eleanor Elizabeth Brereton 1388-1495 (39) at Clifton.

In 1449 Thomas Savage Archbishop of York 1449-1507 was born to John Savage 1422-1495 (27) and Katherine Stanley 1430-1498 (19) at Clifton.

Around 1452 Dorothy Vernon 1452-1510 was born to Ralph Vernon 1430-1498 (22) at Clifton.

After 04 Aug 1471 Elizabeth Vernon 1427-1471 died at Clifton.

On 22 Nov 1495 Eleanor Elizabeth Brereton 1388-1495 died at Clifton.

In 1498 Katherine Stanley 1430-1498 (68) died at Clifton.

In 1510 Dorothy Vernon 1452-1510 (58) died at Clifton.

Coddington, Cheshire

Around 1688 Judith Brereton 1612-1688 (76) died at Coddington.

Congleton, Cheshire

In 1632 Mary Corbet 1541-1632 (91) died in Congleton.

On 28 Jun 1740 Robert Hodgson of Congleton 1740-1808 was born to George Hodgson Innkeeper at Congleton.

Brereton cum Smethwick Congleton, Cheshire

Around 1414 William Brereton 10th Lord Brereton 1414-1456 was born to William Brereton 1390-1425 (24) at Brereton cum Smethwick Congleton.

In 1456 William Brereton 10th Lord Brereton 1414-1456 (42) died at Brereton cum Smethwick Congleton.

St Peter's Church, Congleton, Cheshire

On or before 22 Sep 1773 1776 Rev Robert Hodgson 1773-1844 (2) was born to Robert Hodgson of Congleton 1740-1808 (33) and Mildred Porteus 1744-1815 (28). he was baptised 22 Sep 1773 at St Peter's Church.

Davenham, Cheshire

In 1315 Richard Vernon 1315-1396 was born to Richard Vernon 1258-1325 (57) at Davenham.

Margaret Vernon -1486 was born to Henry Vernon 1445-1515 and Anne Talbot 1445-1494 at Davenham.

Eaton Davenham, Cheshire

Around 1400 William Bulkeley 1400-1467 was born to John Bulkeley at Eaton Davenham.

Eaton Hall Eaton Davenham, Cheshire

On 09 Jan 1585 Richard Grosvenor 1st Baronet Grosvenor 1585-1645 was born to Richard Grosvenor of Eaton (22) and Christiana Brooke at Eaton Hall Eaton Davenham.

Around 1604 Richard Grosvenor 2nd Baronet Grosvenor 1604-1665 was born to Richard Grosvenor 1st Baronet Grosvenor 1585-1645 (18) and Lettice Cholmondeley 1585-1611 (19) at Eaton Hall Eaton Davenham.

On 20 Nov 1656 Thomas Grosvenor 3rd Baronet Grosvenor 1656-1700 was born to Roger Grosvenor 1628-1661 (28) at Eaton Hall Eaton Davenham.

On 18 Jun 1731 Richard Grosvenor 1st Earl Grosvenor 1731-1802 was born to Robert Grosvenor 6th Baronet Grosvenor 1695-1755 (36) and Jane Warre Lady Grosvenor at Eaton Hall Eaton Davenham.

On 17 Feb 1845 Robert Grosvenor 1st Marquess Westminster 1767-1845 (77) died at Eaton Hall Eaton Davenham. He was buried at Grosvenor Vault St Mary's Church Eccleston. Richard Grosvenor 2nd Marquess Westminster 1795-1869 (50) succeeded 2nd Marquess Westminster. Elizabeth Mary Leveson-Gower Marchioness Westminster 1797-1891 (48) by marriage Marchioness Westminster.

In 1894 Adolphus Cambridge Duke Teck 1868-1927 (25) and Margaret Evelyn Grosvenor Duchess Teck 1873-1929 (20) were married at Eaton Hall Eaton Davenham. He a great grandson of George III King Great Britain and Ireland 1738-1820.

Disley, Cheshire

Lyme Hall, Disley, Cheshire

On 10 Aug 1399 Piers Leigh 1320-1399 (79) died at Lyme Hall.

On 04 Jun 1415 Piers Leigh 1415-1478 was born to Piers Leigh 1389-1422 (26) at Lyme Hall.

On 04 Apr 1474 Elizabeth Trafford 1420-1474 (54) died at Lyme Hall.

Dodleston, Cheshire

In 1540 Thomas Egerton 1st Viscount Brackley 1540-1617 was born illegitimately to Richard Egerton 1510-1579 (30) and Alice Sparkes of Bickerton at Dodleston.

In 1588 Elizabeth Ravenscroft 1544-1588 (44) died in Dodleston.

Around 1673 Mary Beale aka Cradock Painter 1633-1699. Portrait of either Elizabeth Cavendish Countess Bridgewater 1627-1663 or Elizabeth Ravenscroft 1544-1588. Tatton Park Tatton.

Doddington, Cheshire

Doddington Hall, Cheshire

On 02 Jan 1746 Elizabeth Delves 1678-1746 (67) died. Her son Brian Broughton-Delves 4th Baronet 1717-1744 (28) inherited Doddington Hall.

Dukinfield, Cheshire

Dukinfield Chapel, Cheshire

On 14 Nov 1787 John Astley Painter 1724-1787 (63) died at Dukinfield Lodge. He was buried at Dukinfield Chapel.

Dukinfield Lodge, Cheshire

On 14 Nov 1787 John Astley Painter 1724-1787 (63) died at Dukinfield Lodge. He was buried at Dukinfield Chapel.

Dunham Massey, Cheshire

In 1491 George Booth 1491-1531 was born to William Booth 1473-1519 (17) at Dunham Massey.

On 25 Oct 1531 George Booth 1491-1531 (40) died at Dunham Massey.

On 08 Aug 1684 George Booth 1st Baron Delamer 1622-1684 (61) died at Dunham Massey.

Around 1660 Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680. Portrait of George Booth 1st Baron Delamer 1622-1684.

On 03 Apr 1740 Mary Oldbury Countess Warrington 1682-1740 (58) died at Dunham Massey.

St Mark's Church Dunham Massey, Cheshire

Dunham on the Hill, Cheshire

On 09 Nov 1519 William Booth 1473-1519 (46) died at Dunham on the Hill.

Dutton, Cheshire

In 1403 John Dutton 1403-1445 was born to Peter Dutton 1366-1433 (37) at Dutton.

On 26 Nov 1477 Alice Stanley 1412-1477 (65) died at Dutton.

Around 1482 Thomas Dutton 1482- was born to Ralph Dutton 1456-1481 (26) at Dutton.

Around 1482 Richard Dutton 1482- was born to Ralph Dutton 1456-1481 (26) at Dutton.

Around 1482 William Dutton 1482-1512 was born to Ralph Dutton 1456-1481 (26) at Dutton.

In 1575 Ralph Dutton 1575-1646 was born to William Dutton 1537-1618 (38) at Dutton.

Eaton, Cheshire

Around 1476 Ralph Grosvenor 1407-1476 (69) died at Eaton.

On 11 Oct 1579 Thomas Grosvenor 1529-1579 (50) died at Eaton.

On 18 Sep 1619 Richard Grosvenor of Eaton (57) died at Eaton.

Eccles, Cheshire

In 1529 Thomas Grosvenor 1529-1579 was born to Thomas Grosvenor -1549 at Eccles.

On 27 Jan 1562 Richard Grosvenor of Eaton was born to Thomas Grosvenor 1529-1579 (33) at Eccles.

In 1639 Dorothy Egerton 1565-1639 (74) died at Eccles.

Eccleston, Cheshire

Eddisbury, Cheshire

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 900-949. 913. This year, about Martinmas, King Edward (39) had the northern fortress built at Hertford, betwixt the Memer, and the Benwic, and the Lea. After this, in the summer, betwixt gang-days and midsummer, went King Edward with some of his force into Essex, to Maldon; and encamped there the while that men built and fortified the town of Witham. And many of the people submitted to him, who were before under the power of the Danes. And some of his force, meanwhile, built the fortress at Hertford on the south side of the Lea. This year by the permission of God went Ethelfleda (43), lady of Mercia, with all the Mercians to Tamworth; and built the fort there in the fore-part of the summer; and before Lammas that at Stafford: in the next year that at Eddesbury, in the beginning of the summer; and the same year, late in the autumn, that at Warwick. Then in the following year was built, after mid-winter, that at Chirbury and that at Warburton; and the same year before mid-winter that at Runkorn.

Egerton, Cheshire

On 14 Feb 1347 William Brereton 1347-1426 was born to William Brereton 1325-1381 (22) at Egerton.

In 1458 Ralph Egerton 1458-1528 was born to Philip Egerton 1430-1474 (28) at Egerton.

Faddiley, Cheshire

Frodsham, Cheshire

On 08 Aug 1570 Elizabeth Manners 1526-1570 (44) died at Frodsham. She was buried at Savage Chapel St Michael and All Angels Church Macclesfield.

In Apr 1656 Richard Brooke 2nd Baronet 1635-1710 (21) and Francisca Postuma Leigh 1640- (16) were married at Frodsham.

In 1676 John Michael Wright Painter 1617-1694. Portrait of Francisca Postuma Leigh 1640-.

Frodsham Castle Frodsham, Cheshire

On 10 Oct 1654 John Savage 2nd Earl Rivers 1603-1654 (51) died at Frodsham Castle Frodsham. Thomas Savage 3rd Earl Rivers 1628-1694 (26) succeeded 3rd Earl Rivers 2C 1626. Elizabeth Scrope Countess Rivers 1627- (27) by marriage Countess Rivers.

Gawsworth, Cheshire

In 1471 John Fitton 1471-1524 was born at Gawsworth.

On 31 Mar 1527 Edward Fitton 1527-1579 was born to Edward Fitton Sheriff 1500-1548 (27) and Mary Harbottle 1507-1556 (20) at Gawsworth.

On 22 Sep 1541 Ellen Brereton 1477-1541 (64) died at Gawsworth.

On 17 Feb 1548 Edward Fitton Sheriff 1500-1548 (48) died at Gawsworth.

On 12 Dec 1556 Mary Harbottle 1507-1556 (49) died at Gawsworth.

Gawsworth Hall, Cheshire

Diary of Samuel Pepys 21 February 1668. 21 Feb 1668. Thence with Brouncker and T. Harvey to Westminster Hall, and there met with Colonel Birch (52) and Sir John Lowther, and did there in the lobby read over what I have drawn up for our defence, wherein they own themselves mightily satisfied; and Birch (52), like a particular friend, do take it upon him to defend us, and do mightily do me right in all his discourse. Here walked in the Hall with him a great while, and discoursed with several members, to prepare them in our business against to-morrow, and meeting my cozen Roger Pepys (50), he showed me Granger's written confession1, of his being forced by imprisonment, &c., by my Lord Gerard (50), most barbarously to confess his forging of a deed in behalf of Fitton (38), in the great case between him [Fitton] and my Lord Gerard (50); which business is under examination, and is the foulest against my Lord Gerard (50) that ever any thing in the world was, and will, all do believe, ruine him; and I shall be glad of it.

Note 1. Pepys here refers to the extraordinary proceedings which occurred between Charles, Lord Gerard (50), and Alexander Fitton (38), of which a narrative was published at the Hague in 1665. Granger was a witness in the cause, and was afterwards said to be conscience-stricken from his perjury. Some notice of this case will be found in North's "Examen", p. 558; but the copious and interesting note in Ormerod's "History of Cheshire", Vol. iii., p. 291, will best satisfy the reader, who will not fail to be struck by the paragraph with which it is closed-viz., "It is not improbable that Alexander Fitton (38), who, in the first instance, gained rightful possession of Gawsworth under an acknowledged settlement, was driven headlong into unpremeditated guilt by the production of a revocation by will which Lord Gerard (50) had so long concealed. Having lost his own fortune in the prosecution of his claims, he remained in gaol till taken out by James II to be made Chancellor of Ireland (under which character Hume first notices him), was knighted, and subsequently created Lord Gawsworth after the abdication of James, sat in his parliament in Dublin in 1689, and then is supposed to have accompanied his fallen master to France. Whether the conduct of Fitton was met, as he alleges, by similar guilt on the part of Lord Gerard (50), God only can judge; but his hand fell heavily on the representatives of that noble house. In less than half a century the husbands of its two co-heiresses, James, Duke of Hamilton (9), and Charles, Lord Mohun, were slain by each other's hands in a murderous duel arising out of a dispute relative to the partition of the Fitton estates, and Gawsworth itself passed to an unlineal hand, by a series of alienations complicated beyond example in the annals of this country". B. .

Great Budworth, Cheshire

Nether Peover Great Budworth, Cheshire

On 20 Jan 1562 Mary Holford 1562-1625 was born at Nether Peover Great Budworth.

Tabley Chapel Great Budworth, Cheshire

On 31 Jan 1862 Allen Bathurst 6th Earl Bathurst Sussex 1832-1892 (29) and Meriel Warren 1839-1872 (23) were married at Tabley Chapel Great Budworth. He a great x 4 grandson of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685.

Handforth, Cheshire

Handforth Hall, Cheshire

On 13 Sep 1604 William Brereton 1st Baronet 1604-1661 was born to William Brereton 1584-1610 (20) and Margaret Holland 1585-1609 (19) at Handforth Hall.

In 1610 William Brereton 1584-1610 (26) died. William Brereton 1st Baronet 1604-1661 (5) inherited Handforth Hall and over 3000 acres.

Hampton Post, Cheshire

Roger Whitley's Diary 1690 February. 12 Feb 1690. Wednesday, cosen Brereton (the widdow) came to visit us; we set out about 9; called at Hampton Post; there parted with G.Mainwaring (47) (he went to Chester) we called at Utkington; did not alight; saw Sir John, his lady, Mrs Hurlestone, &c. at the Gates; dranck wine, &c. came to Peele before 6; Hardware met us at Tarporly, or Utkinton, brought us home; where we found my 2 sisters,&c. the Stage coach went to Chester that night.

Haslington, Cheshire

Around 1325 Richard Vernon 1325-1396 was born to Thomas Vernon 1290-1336 (35) at Haslington.

In 1365 Jacob Vernon 1365-1431 was born to Richard Vernon 1325-1396 (40) at Haslington.

Around 1424 John Vernon 1424-1458 was born to Richard Vernon 1404-1438 (20) at Haslington.

Around 1437 Ralph Vernon 1437-1497 was born to John Vernon 1424-1458 (13) at Haslington.

Around 1473 Richard Vernon 1473-1519 was born to Ralph Vernon 1437-1497 (36) at Haslington and Joan Fouleshurst 1437-1497 (36).

In 1494 Ralph Vernon 1494-1524 was born to Richard Vernon 1473-1519 (21) at Haslington.

In 1537 Thomas Vernon 1537-1616 was born to Robert Vernon 1510-1571 (27) at Haslington.

In 1578 George Vernon 1578-1639 was born to Thomas Vernon 1537-1616 (41) and Dorothy Egerton 1545- (33) at Haslington.

Dorothy Egerton 1545- died at Haslington.

Hatford, Cheshire

On 23 Sep 1383 Mary Talbot 1383-1433 was born to Richard Talbot 7th Baron Strange Blackmere 4th Baron Talbot 1361-1396 (22) and Ankaret Strange 7th Baroness Strange Blackmere Baroness Talbot 1361-1413 (22) at Hatford. She a great x 3 granddaughter of Edward "Longshanks" I King England 1239-1307.

Hatton, Cheshire

Around 1430 Richard Dutton 1430-1454 was born to Peter Dutton 1366-1433 (64) at Hatton.

In 1481 Ralph Dutton 1456-1481 (25) died at Hatton.

Helsby, Cheshire

Alvanley Helsby, Cheshire

On 12 Sep 1292 Peter Arden 1241-1292 (51) died at Alvanley Helsby.

On 01 Jun 1308 John Arden 1266-1308 (42) died at Alvanley Helsby.

Around 1350 Hugh Arderne 1350-1423 was born to Peter Arderne 1323-1379 (27) at Alvanley Helsby.

Around 1383 Ralph Arderne 1383-1447 was born to Hugh Arderne 1350-1423 (33) at Alvanley Helsby.

Wakelin Arden 1220-1265 held in right of his wife at Alvanley Helsby.

Hollingworth, Cheshire

1861. 1861 Census Cheshire Hollingworth District 12 Page 28. Hollingworth.

John Jackson. Head. 26.

Mary Chadwick 1834-. Wife. 27.

DOCUMENTS/CENSUS/C1861/CHESHIRE/C1861_Cheshire_Hollingworth__district_12_Page_28_WM.jpgGeorge_Chadwick_1839_1909. Brother-in-law. 21.

Hooton, Cheshire

Around 02 Feb 1428 William Stanley of Hooton (68) died at Hooton.

Before 1430 William Stanley of Hooton was born to William Stanley of Hooton and Mary Savage 1404-1434 at Hooton. Date adjusted from 1443 to 1434 to be consistent with mother's death in 1434.

Around 1434 Mary Savage 1404-1434 (30) died in Hooton.

In 1443 William Stanley of Hooton was born to William Stanley of Hooton (13) and Alicia Hoghton at Hooton.

William Stanley of Hooton was born to William Stanley of Hooton and Blanche Arderne 1386-1429 at Hooton.

Hyde, Cheshire

Newton, Hyde, Cheshire

Castle Street, Newton, Hyde, Cheshire

1861. 1861 Census Cheshire Hyde Newton District 1. Castle Street.

William Smith 1813-1875 (48). Head. 48.

Martha m William Smith 1817-. Wife. 44.

DOCUMENTS/CENSUS/C1861/CHESHIRE/C1861_Cheshire_Hyde_Newton_District_1_Page_18_WM.jpgSophia_Smith_1843_1883. Daughter. 18.

1891.1891 Census Cheshire Hyde Newton District 1.Castle Street.

DOCUMENTS/CENSUS/C1891/CHESHIRE/1891_Census_Cheshire_Hyde_Newton_District_1_Page_18_WM.jpgMartha_m_William_Smith_1817_. Wife. 74.

Knutsford, Cheshire

Tabley House, Knutsford, Cheshire

On 04 Apr 1762 John Fleming Leicester 1st Baron Tabley 1762-1827 was born to Peter Leicester 4th Baronet 1732-1770 (30) and Catherine Fleming at Tabley House.

Lea, Cheshire

Around 1385 Hugh Calverley 1385-1433 was born to Hugh Calverley 1324-1394 (61) at Lea.

Little Budworth, Cheshire

St Peter's Church, Little Budworth, Cheshire

On 21 Feb 1726 Rev Philip Egerton of Astbury 1662-1726 (63) died at Astbury. He was buried at St Peter's Church.

On 08 Jun 1825 John Grey Egerton 8th Baronet 1766-1825 (58) was buried at St Peter's Church. Hs funeral attracted around 12,000 people.

Lymm, Cheshire

On 23 Jul 1603 Margaret Gerard 1570-1603 (33) died at Lymm.

On 17 Feb 1636 Peter Leigh IX 1563-1636 (73) died at Lymm.

Macclesfield, Cheshire

In Aug 1399 Thomas Wendesley 1344-1403 (55), following the success of Henry IV King England 1367-1413 (32) received a grant for life of land worth £24 a year in the High Peak, and within the next few months three lucrative stewardships of Macclesfield, the High Peak and Chesterfield were in his hands.

On 29 Jun 1463 John Savage 1370-1463 (93) died at Macclesfield.

On 04 Aug 1468 Piers Leigh 1433-1468 (35) died at Macclesfield. He was subsequently buried at Winwick.

On 22 Nov 1495 John Savage 1422-1495 (73) died at Macclesfield. He was buried at St Michael and All Angels Church Macclesfield.

On 12 Oct 1654 John Savage 2nd Earl Rivers 1603-1654 (51) was buried at Macclesfield.

St Michael and All Angels Church Macclesfield, Cheshire

After Oct 1492 John Savage 1444-1492 was buried at St Michael and All Angels Church Macclesfield.

On 22 Nov 1495 John Savage 1422-1495 (73) died at Macclesfield. He was buried at St Michael and All Angels Church Macclesfield.

Legh Chapel St Michael and All Angels Church Macclesfield, Cheshire

On 16 Jun 1422 Piers Leigh 1389-1422 (33) died from wounds. He was buried at Legh Chapel St Michael and All Angels Church Macclesfield.

Savage Chapel St Michael and All Angels Church Macclesfield, Cheshire

On 08 Aug 1570 Elizabeth Manners 1526-1570 (44) died at Frodsham. She was buried at Savage Chapel St Michael and All Angels Church Macclesfield.

Malpas, Cheshire

Around 1499 Randall Brereton 1499-1573 was born to Randle Brereton of Malpas 1480-1530 (19) and Eleanor Dutton 1484-1522 (15) at Malpas.

In 1522 Eleanor Dutton 1484-1522 (38) died at Malpas.

Around 1550 Randle Brereton 1550-1611 was born to Randall Brereton 1499-1573 (51) and Mary Griffith -1588 at Malpas.

On 09 Jan 1576 Anne Brereton 1576- was born to Randle Brereton 1550-1611 (26) and Frances Throgmorton at Malpas.

Chronicle of Gregory 1460. And that same nyght the kynge remevyde unto London a-gayne hys wylle, to the byschoppe ys palys of London, and the Duke of Yorke com unto hym that same nyght by the torchelyght and toke a-pon hym as kyng, and sayde in many placys that thys ys owrys by very ryght. Ande thenn the quene hyrynge thys she voydyde unto Walys, but she was met with be-syde the Castelle of Malepas, and a servand of hyr owne that she hadde made bothe yeman and gentylman, and aftyr a-poyntyd for to be in offysce with hyr sone the prynce, spoylyde hyr and robbyde hyr, and put hyr soo in dowt of hyr lyffe and sonys lyffe also. And thenn she com to the Castelle of Hardelowe [Probably Denbigh Castle, Possibly Hawarden] in Walys, and she hadde many grete gyftys and gretely comfortyd, for she hadde nede there of, for she hadde a fulle esy many a-boute hyr, the nombyr of iiij personnys. And moste comynly she rode by-hynde a yonge poore gentylle-man of xiiij yere age, hys name was Jon Combe, i-borne at Amysbery in Wyltschyre. And there hens she remevyd fulle prevely unto the Lorde Jesper, Lorde and Erle of Penbroke, for she durste not a byde in noo place that [was] a opyn but in pryvatt. The cause was that conter fete tokyns were sende unto hyr as thoughe that they hadde come from hyr moste dradde lorde the Kyng Harry the VI; but hyt was not of hys sendyng, nothyr of [his] a doynge, but forgyd thyngys, for they that brought the tokyns were of the kyngys howse, and sum of the pryncys howse, and sum of hyr owne howse, and bade hyr beware of the tokyns, that she gave noo credans there too; for at the kyngys departynge fro Covyntre towarde the fylde of Northehampton, he kyste hyr and blessyd the prynce, and commaundyd hyr that she shulde not com unto hym tylle that [he] a sende a specyalle tokyn unto hyr that no man knewe but the kynge and she. For the lordys wolde fayne hadde hyr unto Lundon, for they knewe welle that alle the workyngys that were done growe by hyr, for she was more wyttyer then the kynge, and that apperythe by hys dedys, &c.

Marple, Cheshire

Around 1828 Mary Ann m Hyde 1828- was born at Marple.

All Saints Church, Marple, Cheshire

On or before 22 Mar 1817 Robert Olerenshaw 1744-1817 (73) died. He was buried on 22 Mar 1817 at All Saints Church.

On 28 Jul 1846 Ann Olerenshaw 1776-1846 (70) was buried at All Saints Church.

Barnesfold, Marple, Cheshire

On 20 Oct 1818 Charles Hadfield 1818-1882 was born to John Hadfield 1781-1861 (40) at Barnesfold. There is a list of Non-confirmists that describes his birth as 20 Oct 1818 and his parents.

1841. 1841 Census Derbyshire Marple Page 11. Barnesfold.

John Hadfield 1781-1861 (62). 60.

Ann Olerenshaw 1776-1846 (65). 65.

Joseph Hadfield. 15.

DOCUMENTS/CENSUS/C1841/Derbyshire_Glossop_Marple_Page_11_WM.jpgNanny Ollerenshaw. Daughter. 45.

1851. 1851 Census Derbyshire Marple Page 26. Barnesfold.

John Hadfield 1781-1861 (72). Head. 73.

Nanny Ollendore. Daughter. 57. Housekeeper.

Joseph Hadfield. Grandson. 27. Labourer.

DOCUMENTS/CENSUS/C1851/CHESHIRE/Marple_1d_Page_25.pngSamuel Gaskill. Hatter. 28.

1861. 1861 Census Derbyshire Marple Page 33. Barnesfold.

John Hadfield 1781-1861 (82). Head. Widower. 83. Farmer of 9 acres of land.

John Pott. Lodger. Married. 55. Farm labourer.

Ann Pott. Wife. Married. 52. Labourers wife.

DOCUMENTS/CENSUS/C1851/1861_Census_Derbyshire_Marple_Page_33_WM.jpgMary Pott. Daughter. Unmarried. 17. Cotton Weaver.

Mere, Cheshire

Mere Hall Mere, Cheshire

On 02 May 1675 George Booth 2nd Earl Warrington 1675-1758 was born to Henry Booth 1st Earl Warrington 1652-1694 (23) and Mary Langham Countess Warrington 1652-1691 (23) at Mere Hall Mere.

Around 1705. Michael Dahl Painter 1659-1743. Portrait of George Booth 2nd Earl Warrington 1675-1758. Around 1725. Michael Dahl Painter 1659-1743. Portrait of George Booth 2nd Earl Warrington 1675-1758 and his daughter Mary Booth Countess Stamford 1704-1772. Before 1694 Godfrey Kneller 1646-1723. Portrait of Henry Booth 1st Earl Warrington 1652-1694. Around 1670 Jacob Huysmans Painter 1633-1696. Portrait of Mary Langham Countess Warrington 1652-1691. Before 23 Mar 1691 Jacob Huysmans Painter 1633-1696. Portrait of Mary Langham Countess Warrington 1652-1691.

Elizabeth Booth -1697 was born to Henry Booth 1st Earl Warrington 1652-1694 and Mary Langham Countess Warrington 1652-1691 at Mere Hall Mere.

Mary Booth -1741 was born to Henry Booth 1st Earl Warrington 1652-1694 and Mary Langham Countess Warrington 1652-1691 at Mere Hall Mere.

Middleton, Cheshire

Kinderton Middleton, Cheshire

In 1489 William Venables 1489-1541 was born to Thomas Venables 1469-1513 (20) at Kinderton Middleton.

In 1510 Thomas Venables 1510-1580 was born to William Venables 1489-1541 (21) and Eleanor Cotton 1490-1517 (20) at Kinderton Middleton.

Middlewich, Cheshire

In 1365 William "The Elder" IV Mainwaring 1316-1365 (49) died in Middlewich.

Minshull Church, Cheshire

On 26 Feb 1702 Thomas Cholmondeley 1627-1702 (74) died. He was buried at Minshull Church.

On 30 Mar 1756 Charles Cholmondeley 1685-1756 (71) died. He was buried at Minshull Church.

On 02 Jun 1779 Thomas Cholmondeley 1726-1779 (52) died. He was buried at Minshull Church.

Mottram

Nantwich, Cheshire

Around 1355 Thomas Norbury 1355- was born at Nantwich.

In 1524 John Crew 1524-1598 was born to Randulph Crewe 1493-1523 (31) at Nantwich.

On 04 Nov 1553 Roger Wilbraham 1553-1616 was born to Richard Wilbraham 1525–1612 (28) in Nantwich.

Welsh Row Nantwich, Cheshire

Townsend House Welsh Row Nantwich, Cheshire

Thomas Wilbraham was born to Roger Wilbraham 1553-1616 in Townsend House Welsh Row Nantwich.

Widow's Almshouses Nantwich, Cheshire

Around 1667 Roger Wilbraham 1623-1707 (44) founded the Widow's Almshouses Nantwich in memory of his deceased wife in three existing cottages built in 1637.

Necton, Cheshire

Ness Necton, Cheshire

Swan Cottage Ness Necton, Cheshire

On 26 Apr 1765 Amy "Emma Hart Lady Hamilton" Lyon 1765-1815 was born to Henry Lyon 1737-1765 (28) in Swan Cottage Ness Necton. He died two months later.

Around 1782 George Romney Painter 1734-1802. Portrait of Amy Around 1782 George Romney Painter 1734-1802. Portrait of Amy Around 1782 George Romney Painter 1734-1802. Portrait of Amy Before 1815 Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun Painter 1755-1842. Portrait of Amy

Newton, Cheshire

Around 1350 John Stanley 1350-1414 was born to William Stanley 1319-1398 (31) and Alice Massey 1329- (21) at Newton.

Norbury, Cheshire

In 1375 John Norbury 1375-1414 was born to Thomas Norbury 1355- (20) and Matilda Pembridge 1345- (30) at Norbury.

Thomas Norbury 1355- died at Norbury.

Northwich, Cheshire

In 1174 Guillaume Vernon 1095-1174 (79) died at Northwich.

Around 1221 Ralph Vernon 1221-1270 was born to Warin Vernon 6th Baron Shipbrook 1178-1248 (43) at Northwich.

Old Rode, Cheshire

Rode Hall Old Rode, Cheshire

In 1669 Roger Wilbraham 1623-1707 (46) purchased Rode Hall Old Rode for £2,400.

In 1708 the new house at Rode Hall Old Rode commissioned by Randle Wilbraham 1663-1732 (45) was reported as being complete.

On 10 Mar 1810 Charles Philip Wilbraham 1810-1879 was born to Randle Wilbraham 1773-1861 (37) at Rode Hall Old Rode.

Over Peover

Poynton, Cheshire

John Arderne 1300-1349 acquired in right of his wife at Poynton.

Prestbury, Cheshire

On 22 Nov 1656 Mary Bolles 1618-1656 (38) died at Prestbury.

Lyme Handley Prestbury, Cheshire

Around 1433 Piers Leigh 1433-1468 was born to Piers Leigh 1415-1478 (17) and Margaret Molyneux 1416-1460 (17) at Lyme Handley Prestbury.

Ridley, Cheshire

Around 1510 Richard Egerton 1510-1579 was born to Ralph Egerton 1458-1528 (52) at Ridley.

Runcorn, Cheshire

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 900-949. 913. This year, about Martinmas, King Edward (39) had the northern fortress built at Hertford, betwixt the Memer, and the Benwic, and the Lea. After this, in the summer, betwixt gang-days and midsummer, went King Edward with some of his force into Essex, to Maldon; and encamped there the while that men built and fortified the town of Witham. And many of the people submitted to him, who were before under the power of the Danes. And some of his force, meanwhile, built the fortress at Hertford on the south side of the Lea. This year by the permission of God went Ethelfleda (43), lady of Mercia, with all the Mercians to Tamworth; and built the fort there in the fore-part of the summer; and before Lammas that at Stafford: in the next year that at Eddesbury, in the beginning of the summer; and the same year, late in the autumn, that at Warwick. Then in the following year was built, after mid-winter, that at Chirbury and that at Warburton; and the same year before mid-winter that at Runkorn.

In Apr 1220 Hilaria Mauley 1220-1241 was born to Piers Mauley 1st Baron Mauley 1181-1241 (39) at Runcorn.

Aston juxta Sutton Runcorn, Cheshire

In 1577 John Aston 1577-1617 was born to Thomas Aston 1547-1613 (30) in Aston juxta Sutton Runcorn.

On 13 May 1617 John Aston 1577-1617 (40) died in Aston juxta Sutton Runcorn.

Kingsley, Runcorn, Cheshire

On 24 May 1502 Cecily Fouleshurst 1443-1502 (59) died at Kingsley.

Saighton, Cheshire

Saighton Grange, Cheshire

On 05 Dec 1887 Captain Percy Lyulph Wyndham 1887-1914 was born to George Wyndham 1863-1913 (24) and Sibell Mary Lumley 1855-1929 (32) at Saighton Grange.

On 04 Feb 1929 Sibell Mary Lumley 1855-1929 (73) died at Saighton Grange.

Sefton, Cheshire

In 1445 Thomas Molyneux 1445-1483 was born to Richard Molyneux of Sefton 1420-1459 (25) and Elizabeth Stanley 1423-1459 (22) at Sefton.

On 12 Jul 1483 Thomas Molyneux 1445-1483 (38) died at Sefton.

On 19 Feb 1620 Frances Gerard Lady Molyneux 1569-1620 (51) died at Sefton.

Shipbrook

Shotwick

Staveley, Cheshire

Around 1362 Ralph Staveley 1362-1420 was born to Robert Staveley -1409 at Staveley.

Around 1420 Ralph Staveley 1362-1420 (58) died at Staveley.

Stockport, Cheshire

In or before 08 Jul 1610 Richard Bulkeley 1610-1633 was born to Richard Bulkeley -1621 and Katherine Needham. On 08 Jul 1610 Richard Bulkeley 1610-1633 was baptised at Stockport.

In Dec 1636 John Crewe 1598-1679 (38) and Mary Done 1604-1690 (32) were married at Stockport.

On 19 Jan 1688 William Davenport 1663-1706 (24) and Margaret Warren were married at Stockport.

On 05 Jun 1772 John Davenport -1695 was buried at Stockport.

John Arderne 1300-1349 acquired in right of his wife at Stockport.

Storeton, Cheshire

Around 1319 William Stanley 1319-1398 was born to John Stanley 1292- (27) and Mabel Hawkset at Storeton.

Tarporley, Cheshire

Chronicle of Gregory 1459. 23 Sep 1459. Ande thys yere was done a grete jornaye at the Blowre Hethe by the Erle of Saulysbury (59) ande the Quenys galentys. And that day the kynge made vij knyghtys, fyrste, Syr Robert Molyners, Syr John Daune, Syr Thomas Uttyng, Syr John Brembly, Syr Jon Stanley, Syr John Grysly, and Syr Rychard Hardon; and v of thes knyghtys were slayne fulle manly in the fylde, and many men of yemonry soore hurte, and a fulle nobylle knyght, the Lorde Audeley (61), and Syr Thomas Hamdon, knyght, was the getynge of the fylde, and Thomas Squyer and Counteroller of the Pryncys house fulle sore hurte. And [the] batayle or jornay lastyd alle the aftyr none, fro one of the clocke tylle v aftyr non, and the chasse lastyd unto vij at the belle in the mornynge. And men were maymyd many one in the Quenys party. There were in the Quenys party vM [Note. 5000], and in that othyr party vC [Note. 500], a grete wondyr that evyr they myght stonde the grete multytude not ferynge, the kynge beyng with yn x myle and the quene (29) with yn v myle at the castelle of Egyllyssale. But the Erle of Saulysbury (59) hadde ben i-take, save only a Fryer Austyn schot gonnys [Note. shot guns] alle that nyght in a parke that was at the backe syde of the fylde, and by thys mene the erle come to Duke of Yorke (48). And in the morowe they founde nothyr man ne ehylde in that parke but the fryer, and he sayde that for fere he a-bode in that parke alle that nyght. But in the mornyng, by-twyne the fylde and Chester, Syr John Dawne ys sone that was at home in hys fadyrs place hadde worde that hys fadyr was slayne; a-non he raysyd hys tenantys and toke by-syde a lytyl towne i-namyd Torperlay Syr Thomas Nevyle (29), Syr John Nevyle (28), and Syr Thomas Haryngdon (59), and brought hem unto the castelle of Chester, ande there they a-boode tylle the batayle of Northehampton was done, &c.

Roger Whitley's Diary 1690 February. 12 Feb 1690. Wednesday, cosen Brereton (the widdow) came to visit us; we set out about 9; called at Hampton Post; there parted with G.Mainwaring (47) (he went to Chester) we called at Utkington; did not alight; saw Sir John, his lady, Mrs Hurlestone, &c. at the Gates; dranck wine, &c. came to Peele before 6; Hardware met us at Tarporly, or Utkinton, brought us home; where we found my 2 sisters,&c. the Stage coach went to Chester that night.

Roger Whitley's Diary 1690 February. 28 Feb 1690. Friday, Mainwaring & Swetnam dined, then went to Tarporly; retorned at night with Mr Lee.

Acton Bridge Tarporley, Cheshire

On 23 Sep 1459 John Dudley 1st Baron Dudley 1400-1487 (58) attempted to ambush John Neville 1st Marquess Montagu 1431-1471 (28) whilst he was travelling to Ludlow to join up with the main Yorkist army; the Battle of Blore Heath. Forewarned by scouts he arranged his troops into battle order. The Yorkist army included John Conyers Sheriff of Yorkshire 1411-1490 (48), Thomas Harrington 1400-1460 (59), James Harrington 1430-1485 (29), Richard Neville 5th Earl Salisbury 1400-1460 (59), William Stanley Lord Chamberlain 1435-1495 (24), Roger Kynaston of Myddle and Hordley 1433-1495 (26), John Savile, Walter Strickland 1411-1467 (48) and John Wenlock 1st Baron Wenlock 1400-1471 (59).

The Lancastrian army included brothers John Dutton -1459, Thomas Dutton 1421-1459 (38) and Peter Dutton -1459 who were killed.

James Tuchet 5th Baron Audley of Heighley 1398-1459 (61) was killed by Roger Kynaston of Myddle and Hordley 1433-1495 (26). John Tuchet 6th Baron Audley of Heighley 3rd Baron Tuchet 1426-1490 (33) succeeded 6th Baron Audley of Heighley in Staffordshire, 3rd Baron Tuchet. Anne Echingham Baroness Audley Heighley 1420-1498 (39) by marriage Baroness Audley of Heighley in Staffordshire, Baron Audley of Heighley in Staffordshire.

John Dudley 1st Baron Dudley 1400-1487 (58) and Edmund Dudley 1425-1483 (34) were captured. Lionel Welles 6th Baron Welles 1406-1461 (53) fought.

Richard Molyneux of Sefton 1420-1459 (39) was killed.

John Egerton 1404-1459 (55) was killed.

Adam Bostock 1413-1475 (46) was killed.

After the battle Margaret of Anjou (29) took refuge at Eccleshall Castle.

After the battle Thomas Harrington 1400-1460 (59), John Neville 1st Marquess Montagu 1431-1471 (28) and Thomas Neville 1430-1460 (29) were captured at Acton Bridge Tarporley and imprisoned at Chester Castle having been detached from the main Yorkist force.

William Troutbeck 1436-1459 (23) was killed.

Tatton, Cheshire

Rostherne Tatton, Cheshire

In 1391 John Leigh 1391-1452 was born to Piers Leigh 1320-1399 (71) at Rostherne Tatton.

Rostherne Mere Rostherne Tatton, Cheshire

On 10 Nov 1845 Charlotte Lucy Beatrix Egerton 1824-1845 (21) drowned in Rostherne Mere Rostherne Tatton the evening before her wedding day, or possibly died after a short illness. Her death certificate states "Bronchitis and exhaustion after 12 days" - information provided by CB Newham.

Thelwall, Cheshire

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 900-949. 918. This year went King Edward (44) with an army, late in the harvest, to Thelwall; and ordered the borough to be repaired, and inhabited, and manned. And he ordered another army also from the population of Mercia, the while he sat there to go to Manchester in Northumbria, to repair and to man it. This year died Archbishop Plegmund; and King Reynold won York.

Tintwhistle, Cheshire

New Road, Tintwhistle, Cheshire

5 New Road, Tintwhistle, Cheshire

1881. 1881 Cheshire Tintwhistle. 5 New Road.

George Chadwick 1839-1909 (41). Head. 41. General Labourer.

Sophia Smith 1843-1883 (37). Wife. 38.

Harry Chadwick 1876-1923 (4). Son. 5.

1901. 1901 Census Cheshire Tintwhistle District 10. 5 New Road.

Utkinton

Warrington, Cheshire

After 15 May 1641 John Gerard of New Hall 1585-1641 at Warrington.

Whitchurch, Cheshire

Roger Whitley's Diary 1690 February. 11 Feb 1690. Tuesday, we set out past 8; dined at the Swan in Newport; lay at Whitchurch (at the Red Lyon) that night; there Mr Cotton, Mr Taylor, Captain Mainwaring, Goldsmith, Delves, Savage, &c. met us; (the 3 first retorned that night after supper) one Eddows & another townesman came to see G.Mainwaring (47). I left them past 9.

Roger Whitley's Diary 1690 June. 19 Jun 1690. Thursday, Huson went to fetch his wife home; Houseman went to a Cocking at Whitchurch; Mainwaring & Bidolph went to Dedington; Lady Aston, her mother & daughters; & Lady Crew & another gentlewoman dined with us; also Angell & my sister; they all went past 6; sister Angell stayd all night; Charles Griffith came as they went away, dranck but stayd not; my sonne (39) went in the afternoone to Sir John Crew; he, Bidolph & Mainwaring retorned late after I was in bed.

Roger Whitley's Diary 1690 June. 21 Jun 1690. Satorday; Mr Lee retorned before 9. I did onely see him before he went; there came 2 Ministers (of his acquaintance) to speake with MainwarinG.Mainwaring (47) went to Chester about 11; about 4, I & my sonne (39) went to Tarvyn to the funerall of Mr Lorenson; where, after sermon, we had account of neighbor Grindly (Travise's tenant) being killed by his cart, coming from Chester; Mainwaring & Morgan came from Chester about 9, &c. Bidolph retorned about same tyme from shooting; & Houseman from the Cocking at Whitchurch: 22. Sonday, I went to church in the afternoone with sonne (39), daughters, &c. Huson retorned from Staffordshire; about 10; I spoke to the Coroner (in the churchyard) to be favorable to Joseph as to his brother.

Roger Whitley's Diary 1690 September. 10 Sep 1690. Wednesday, Mainwaring went to Edisbury's; Bidolph & sonne (39) & Morgan went a setting in afternoone; Traverse came back with them & supt; a man of Whitchurch brought venison from Frodesley.

Roger Whitley's Diary 1690 November. 07 Nov 1690. Friday, I & my daughters went towards London, about 11; came to Whitchurch about 5; lay at the Red Lyon.

Tatton Park Tatton, Whitchurch, Cheshire

Around 1673 Mary Beale aka Cradock Painter 1633-1699 (39). Portrait of either Elizabeth Cavendish Countess Bridgewater 1627-1663 (46) or Elizabeth Ravenscroft 1544-1588. Tatton Park Tatton.

Timperley, Cheshire

Around 1357 William Stanley 1319-1398 (38) and Alice Massey 1329- (28) were married at Timperley.

Vale Royal, Cheshire

On 24 Aug 1617 Richard Grosvenor 1st Baronet Grosvenor 1585-1645 (32) was knighted by King James I of England and Ireland and VI of Scotland 1566-1625 (51) at Vale Royal.

Around 1600 Nicholas Hilliard Painter 1547-1619 painted the portrait of King James I of England and Ireland and VI of Scotland 1566-1625. Around 1605 John Critz Painter 1551-1642. Portrait of King James I of England and Ireland and VI of Scotland 1566-1625 with Garter Collar and Leg Garter. In 1621 Daniel Mijtens Painter 1590-1648. Portrait of King James I of England and Ireland and VI of Scotland 1566-1625 wearing his Garter Collar and Leg Garter. Around 1632 Anthony Van Dyck Painter 1599-1641. Portrait of King James I of England and Ireland and VI of Scotland 1566-1625. In 1583 Pieter Bronckhorst Painter -1583. Portrait of King James I of England and Ireland and VI of Scotland 1566-1625. 1623. Adam de Colone 1572-1651. Portrait of King James I of England and Ireland and VI of Scotland 1566-1625. 1580. Adrian Vanson -1602. Portrait of King James I of England and Ireland and VI of Scotland 1566-1625.

On 15 Aug 1625 Mary Holford 1562-1625 (63) died at Vale Royal.

Whitegate, Cheshire

On 15 Jun 1820 Henry Pitt Cholmondeley 1820-1905 was born to Thomas Cholmondeley 1st Baron Delamere 1767-1855 (52) and Henrietta Elizabeth Williams Wynn Baroness Delamere at Whitegate.

Willaston, Cheshire

In 1328 Joan Fitzwarin 1253-1328 (75) died at Willaston.

Winwick, Cheshire

On 04 Aug 1468 Piers Leigh 1433-1468 (35) died at Macclesfield. He was subsequently buried at Winwick.

On 27 Nov 1478 Piers Leigh 1415-1478 (63) died at Bradley. He was buried at Winwick.

In 1628 Frances Gerard 1628-1696 was born to Thomas Gerard 1608-1673 (19) and Susannah Snow 1610-1666 (18) at Winwick.

Wirral, Cheshire

Port Sunlight, Wirral, Cheshire

Wirral Forest, Cheshire

Around 1358 Maud Stanley 1358- was born to William Stanley 1319-1398 (39) and Alice Massey 1329- (29) at Wirral Forest.

Around 1360 William Stanley of Hooton was born to William Stanley 1319-1398 (41) and Alice Massey 1329- (31) at Wirral Forest.

Around 1380 William Stanley of Hooton was born to William Stanley of Hooton (20) at Wirral Forest.

Woodford, Cheshire

John Arderne 1300-1349 acquired in right of his wife at Woodford.

Worrell, Cheshire

Around 1430 Geoffrey Pole 1430-1474 was born to Richard Pole 1400- (30) at Worrell.

Wrenbury, Cheshire

Wybunbury, Cheshire

In 1669 Ambrose Sparrow 1669-1772 was born at Wybunbury.

St Chad's Church Wybunbury, Cheshire

After 21 Dec 1614. St Mary's Church Nantwich. Monument to Thomas Smythe of Hough 1546-1614 commissioned by his wife Anne Brereton 1546-1614. The monument was originally in St Chad's Church Wybunbury but moved to Nantwich in 1982.

On or before 25 Dec 1736 John Sparrow of Bishton Hall in Staffordshire 1736-1821 was born to Ambrose Sparrow 1669-1772 (67). He was baptised 25 Dec 1736 at St Chad's Church Wybunbury.

1815 to 1820. William Owen 1769-1825. Portrait of John Sparrow of Bishton Hall in Staffordshire 1736-1821.