Geoffrey Warburton, Knight (c.1272 - 1360) MP

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Birthplace: Cheshire, England, (Present UK)
Death: Died in Cheshire, England, (Present UK)
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About Geoffrey Warburton, Knight

  • Sir Geoffry Warburton, High Sheriff of Lancashire1
  • M, #33144, d. after 1326
  • Father Sir Peter de Warburton d. a 1327
  • Sir Geoffry Warburton, High Sheriff of Lancashire was born at of Warburton, Cheshire, England. He married Margaret. Sir Geoffry Warburton, High Sheriff of Lancashire died after 1326.
  • Family Margaret d. a 1314
  • Children
    • Robert Warburton d. a 1327
    • Sir Geoffry Warburton+ d. a 1360
  • Citations
  • 1.[S10254] Unknown author, The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, by George Ormerod, 1819, p. 430; Burke's Landed Gentry, 1936, p. 2356; Burke's Commoners, Vol. II, p. 2; Wallop Family, p. 814.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p1104.htm#i33144
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  • The visitation of Cheshire in the year 1580 (1882)
  • http://www.archive.org/details/visitationchesh00fellgoog
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/visitationchesh00fellgoog#page/n253/mode/1up
    • CHART Werburghton, vel Warburton, of Areley. Pg.237-239
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/visitationchesh00fellgoog#page/n254/mode/1up
  • Geffrey Dutton L: * of chedle 20 E. I mar. the d. & heire of Warburton vt quidem.; parents of Sr Piers Dutton sometimes called Warburton etc.
    • Sr Piers Dutton an'o 1 E. 2 sometimes called Warburton or D'n's de Warburton.; father of Sr Geffery (m. Margrett _), Peter, Hugh Warburton
      • Sr Geffrey Warburton Sherriffe of the Shyre ao 1 E. E., son of Sr Piers Dutton; mar. Margrett _ ; parents of Sr Geffrey Warburton (m. Ellin _) Warburton
        • Sr Geffrey Warburton vixit ao 44 E. 3., son of Margrett (_) & Sr Geffery Warbuton Sherriffe of the Shyre ao 1 E. 3.; mar. Ellin _ ; parents of Geffrey (m. Nicola Daniers) Warburton
          • Geffrey Warburton vixit 5 R. 2., son of Ellin (_) & Sr Geffrey Warburton; mar. Nicola d. to Sr Jno Daniers 33 E. 3.; parents of John (m. Agnes _) Warburton; mar. Ciceley; parents of Wm Warburton father of Geffrey, John, Rob't, Isabel Warburton.
            • John Warburton died 7 R. 2., son of Nicola (Daniers) & Geffrey Warburton; mar. Agnes _; parents of Peter Warburton
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  • LISTS MORE GENERATIONS THAN PROFILE
  • Burke's genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry, Volume 2 By John Burke
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=0NEKAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA1510&lpg=PA1510&dq=Piers+Daniel+1484&source=bl&ots=a6J_jNcwsc&sig=mYF6dFH6p5VmXPs8EUtVRYuUUTI&hl=en&ei=_nDtTc36KZKasAO5hpWnAw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=10&ved=0CFAQ6AEwCTgo#v=onepage&q=Piers%20Daniel%201484&f=false
  • Pg. 1509
  • ADAM DE DUTTON, by his marriage with Agnes Fitzalured, became proprietor of the manor of WARBURTON, as mense lord, in the time of HENRY II. One half he gave to the canans of Werburton, for the soul of his son John, (who was buried there,) among other reasons. The other half he have to the Knights Hospitaller, who regranted the same in 1187. Adam had issue, I GEOFFRY, his eldest son and successor; II. John, buried at Werburton; III Agatha, The elder son,
  • SIR GEOFFRY DUTTON, resided principally at Sutton. He obtained Aston, near Budworth, in which Arley lies. The name of the lady he married does not appear, but Lysons suggests that Alice, the dau. of John Lacy, constable of Chester, Baron of Halton, may have been his wife, which said Alice many heralds have given as a wife to Adam, his father. ..... Sir Geoffry had a son and heir,
  • SIR GEOFFRY DUTTON, Knt., (generally styled "D'nus Galfridus filius Galfridi de Dutton,") to whom the Prarmonstratensian canons regranted the other half of Warburton in 1271. He also obtained the mediety of Lymme from the Boydells, by grant. To one of his deed there ..... His second wife was Isabella. Sir Geoffry had issue I. PETER, his heir; II. Thomas, to whom he granted Thelwall in 1258-59; and I. Margaret, wife, 1st, of Robert de Denbigh, and 2ndly, of Nicholas de Leycester. The elder son,
  • SIR PETER DUTTON, Knt., afterwards DE WARBURTON, living I Edward II., seated himself at Warburton, and according to the custom of the times, assumed the surname of WARBURTON. He had issue, I. GEOFFRY (Sir); II. Peter of Aston and Budworth; and III. Hugh, of Nether Walton. The eldest son,
  • SIR GEOFFRY WARBURTON, was sheriff of Lancaster in 1326. By Margaret, his wife, he had issue, GEOFFRY (Sir); and Robert, living in 1327. The former,
  • SIR GEOFFRY WARBURTON, sen., Knt., whose children were I. GEOFFRY (Sir), jun.; II. Peter living in 1348; and I Margaret, m. to Peter de Lymme, living in 1338. The elder son, ....
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  • Margaret Le BOTELER
  • Born: ABT 1278, Warrington, Lancashire, England
  • Father: Henry Le BOTELER
  • Mother: Isabella Le BOTELER
  • Married: Geoffrey De WARBURTON (b. ABT 1272) (son of Piers De Warburton)
  • Children:
    • 1. Geoffrey De WARBURTON (b. ABT 1298) (m. Alice ?)
    • 2. Amelia De WARBURTON (b. ABT 1315) (m. Urian De Egerton)
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/BUTLER4.htm#Margaret Le BOTELER1
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Sir Geoffry Warburton, High Sheriff of Lancashire's Timeline

1269
1269
Warburton, Cheshire, England, (Present UK)
1272
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Lancashire, England, United Kingdom