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Ancestors of Russell Owen HJELM

Twenty-Sixth Generation

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62661632. William De BULKELEY was born 1245 in Bulkeley, Cheshire, England. He died Dec. William married Mrs. Felice (Nmn-Willim 1245) BULKELEY. [Parents]

62661633. Mrs. Felice (Nmn-Willim 1245) BULKELEY was born about 1248. She died Dec.

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62661634. William 7Th Baron Le BOTELER Of Warrington was born about 1231 in Bewsey Hall, Warrington, Lancashire, England. He died 1303 in Bewsey Hall, Warrington, Lancashire, England. William married Dionysia De LOSTOCK. [Parents]

62661635. Dionysia De LOSTOCK was born about 1234 in Lancashire, England. She died Dec. [Parents]

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62661636. Thomas De DAVENPORT was born about 1254 in Davenport, Congleton, Cheshire, England. He died about 1320 in Davenport, Congleton, Cheshire, England. Thomas married Agnes De MACCLESFIELD. [Parents]

62661637. Agnes De MACCLESFIELD was born about 1260 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England. She died about 1322 in Davenport, Congleton, Cheshire, England. [Parents]

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62661638. William De BRERETON Sir was born WFT Est 1241 in Brereton, Cheshire, England. He died Dec. William married Cicelie De SANDBACH. [Parents]

Sir William Brereton of Brereton, ward of Sir Richard Sonbach (Sandbach), who had grant of the wardship of said William from William de Venables, Baron of Kinderton, to marry him or his younger brother, Gilbert Brereton, if William died under age, to one of the legitimate daughters of Richard Sandbach. Such were the precious servitudes of our ancestors; and great must have been the docility and tractability of the adults (and it is a remarkable trait in feudal manners) in submitting their inclinations in the serious article of marriage to the inscrutable wisdom of their seniors. Accordingly we find the heir of Brereton, William, was (nolens volens) married to the daughter of Richard Sandbach. The manor of Sandbach is given in Domesday among the possessions of the Bigot-Bigod family, whose manors subsequently formed the fee of Aldford, of which Sandbach was a dependency. A family was certainly settled here in the reign of King John, who held Sandbach from Aldford fee, and had assumed the local name. Near the manor house of Sandbach is the market place containing the Crosses of Sandbach, which may indisputably be ranked among the finest monuments of antiquity, of the kind, now existing in the kingdom. They are supposed to have been erected shortly after the introduction of Christianity on the places where it was first preached. The present height of the Greater Cross is 16 ft. 8 in.

62661639. Cicelie De SANDBACH was born about 1250 in Sandbach, Congleton, Cheshire, Eng. She died Dec. [Parents]

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62661640. Geoffrey De DUTTON was born 1207 in Nether Tabley, Bucklow, Cheshire, England. He died 1296 in Dutton, Runcorn, Cheshire, England. Geoffrey married Mrs. Margaret (Nmn-Geoffrey) DUTTON. [Parents]

62661641. Mrs. Margaret (Nmn-Geoffrey) DUTTON was born 1212 in Cheshire, England. She died Dec.

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62661644. Hamon V Baron De MASSEY Sir was born about 1212 in Dunham Massey, Bucklow, Cheshire, England. He died after 1278. Hamon married Alice WHITNEY. [Parents]

62661645. Alice WHITNEY was born about 1206 in Bowdon, Cheshire, England. She died Dec. [Parents]

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62661646. Robert V De BEAUCHAMP Lord Of Hache was born about 1210 in Hatch, Somerset, England. He died about 1263 in Ryme Intrinseca, Sherborne, Dorsetshire, England and was buried in Justice Of Eyre. Robert married Alice De MOHUN.

Robert 1219. [Parents]

Of the feudal lord, Robert de Beauchamp, nothing is known beyond his being engaged against the Welsh with Henry III, and his founding the priory of Frithelstoke, in the co. Devon. He was yet living in 1257, and was s. by his son, John de Beauchamp. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 33, Beauchamp, Barons Beauchamp, of Hache, in the co. Somerset]

62661647. Alice De MOHUN was born about 1225 in Dunster, Somerset, England. She died before 1284 in Hatch, Somerset, England.

Alice 1230. [Parents]

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62661890. Richard BAGGARD was born 1268. He died. Richard married Mrs. Richard 1268 BAGGARD.

62661891. Mrs. Richard 1268 BAGGARD died.

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62661892. Hugh LONGSLOW was born 1274. He died Dec. Hugh married Alice FITZWARIN.

62661893. Alice FITZWARIN was born 1279. She died Dec.

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62662144. Raufe LE GROSVENOR. [Parents]

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62662316. Robert BEKE Sir was born about 1297 in Tene, Staffordshire, England. He died 1346. Robert married Mrs. Mary Matiota (Nmn-) BEKE. [Parents]

62662317. Mrs. Mary Matiota (Nmn-) BEKE was born about 1297 in Staffordshire, England. She died after 1357.

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62662318. Ralph De STAFFORD Kg, Kb, 1St Earl Stafford is printed as #3249184.

62662319. Katherine De HASTANG is printed as #51618155.

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62662320. William De BRERETON Sir was born 1307 in Brereton Cum Smethwick, Congleton, Cheshire, England. He died. William married Margery BOSLEY. [Parents]

William Brereton, eldest son, died in his father's lifetime. He married Margery, daughter of Sir Ralph Bosley, and had Sir William, who succeeded his grandfather, John, Ralph, Robert, Hugh, Margaret and Jane.

62662321. Margery BOSLEY was born about 1327 in England. She died. [Parents]

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62662322. Philip "The Long" De EGERTON Baron Of Malpas was born 1328 in Egerton, Nantwich, Cheshire, England. He died 1380 in Malpas, Whitchurch, Cheshire, England. Philip married Ellen De ST. PIERRE. [Parents]

Philip de Egerton married Eilen or Ellena de St. Pierre. By one of those curious matrimonial contracts that were common to the age, we find David Egerton, father of this Philip, in a deed dated at Egerton, 9th of Edward II, 1315/6, entering into an agreement with John de St. Pierre, that his son and heir, Philip de Egerton, shall marry Ellen St. Pierre, daughter of the said John, the portion of 80 marks she was to receive to be returned, as the deed prudently provided, in the event of her dying before the marriage was consummated. Happily that contingency did not arise, for she was living at the time of the Battle of Crescy was fought in 1346, 30 years after the agreement was entered into, and had borne her husband a son, David, and two daughters, Ellen and Isabel. After her death Phil Egerton married a second wife, Maud, daughter of Richard Vernon. Philip Egerton, like his predecessors, was an accumulator of lands. Some time after his 1st marriage he purchased from Hugh de Wardhull certain lands in Wardle and also certain other tenements in Egerton. On account of his stature he was surnamed "the Long." He died 1362. His only son, David, did not long survive his father and died without issue, and the line of descent terminated in his two sisters, Isabel and Ellena.

62662323. Ellen De ST. PIERRE was born 1337 in Shocklach Oviatt, Chester, Cheshire, England. She died. [Parents]

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62662324. Hugh De VENABLES was born about 1310 in Kinderton, Cheshire, England. He died 1368 in Kinderton, Cheshire, England. Hugh married Katherine De HOUGHTON about 1330. [Parents]

62662325. Katherine De HOUGHTON was born about 1310 in Lea Hall, Preston, Lancashire, England. She died Dec in Kinderton, Cheshire, England. [Parents]

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62662326. Hugh De COTTON was born about 1335 in Rudheath, Northwich, Cheshire, England. He died Dec. Hugh married Mrs. Hugh 1335 COTTON. [Parents]

62662327. Mrs. Hugh 1335 COTTON was born about 1337. She died Dec.

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62662328. John CORBET was born 25 Mar 1298 in Caus Shorpshire, England. He died 1347. John married Mrs. John 1298 CORBET. [Parents]

62662329. Mrs. John 1298 CORBET died.

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