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Randle Brereton, IV of Malpas

Nicknames: "Randle Brereton", "Randolph Brereton", "Randall Brereton", "Randall of", "Malpas", "Cheshire", "England"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Brereton, Cheshire, England
Death: Died in Champagne, France
Place of Burial: Saint Oswald's, Malpas, Cheshire West and Chester, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Son of Randle Ralph Brereton, III Esq. and Emma Brereton
Husband of Eleanor Brereton
Father of Richard Brereton; Jane Hanmer; William Brereton of Malpas; Randall Brereton, V; Eleanor (Brereton) Brereton and 9 others
Brother of Elisabeth Brereton and Ralph Brereton

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About Randle Brereton, IV of Malpas

  • Sir Randle Brereton, Chamberlain of Chester1,2,3,4,5,6
  • M, #20015, d. 1531
  • Father Randle Brereton, Esq.2,7,6 d. 16 Jun 1536
  • Mother Emma Carrington2,7,6
  • Sir Randle Brereton, Chamberlain of Chester was born at of Malpas, Shocklach, & Wigland, Cheshire, England.3 He married Eleanor Dutton, daughter of Peter Dutton and Elizabeth Fouleshurst; They had 8 sons (Sir Randall; Sir Richard; John, a cleric; Peter, a cleric; Sir Roger; Sir William, Chamberlain of Chester Robert; & Sir Urian) and 4 daughters (Eleanor, wife of John Egerton, & of Sir William Brereton; Anne, wife of John Harcourt & of John Peshale; Elizabeth, wife of Richard Cholmondeley, & of Sir Randall Mainwaring; & Jane, wife of Sir Thomas Hanmer).2,3,5,6 Sir Randle Brereton, Chamberlain of Chester left a will on 2 August 1523.3,6 He died in 1531.2,3,6
  • Family Eleanor Dutton d. a 1522
  • Children
    • John Brereton2
    • Elizabeth Brereton+8,3,4,5,6 d. a 30 Nov 1545
    • Sir Randle Brereton d. Jun 1530
    • Eleanor Brereton+7 b. c 1498
    • Sir Urian Brereton, Groom of the King's Chamber+9,2 b. c 1500, d. 19 Mar 1577
  • Citations
  • 1.[S6186] Unknown author, Lineage and Ancestry of HRH Prince Charles by Paget, Vol. II, p. 255, 417.
  • 2.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 151.
  • 3.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. I, p. 308-309.
  • 4.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 94.
  • 5.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 279.
  • 6.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. I, p. 521.
  • 7.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. I, p. 308.
  • 8.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 557.
  • 9.[S11583] The Wallop Family and Their Ancestry, by Vernon James Watney, p., 136.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p666.htm#i20015

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  • Sir Randle Brereton1
  • M, #353719
  • Last Edited=27 Apr 2009
  • Sir Randle Brereton lived at Ipstones, Staffordshire, England.1 He lived at Malpas, Cheshire, England.1
  • Children of Sir Randle Brereton
    • 1.Eleanor Brereton+2 d. 1570
    • 2.Sir Roger Brereton2
  • Citations
  • 1.[S47] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke's Irish Family Records (London, U.K.: Burkes Peerage Ltd, 1976), page 166. Hereinafter cited as Burke's Irish Family Records.
  • 2.[S47] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, Burke's Irish Family Records.
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p35372.htm#i353719

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  • Breretons of Cheshire, 1100 to 1904 A. D (1904)
  • https://archive.org/details/breretonsofchesh00brer
  • https://archive.org/stream/breretonsofchesh00brer#page/n39/mode/1up
  • Pg.22
  • Sir Randle IV., of Malpas. also, built the Brereton chapel, or chantry, at the south side of Malpas church, in 1522. He and his wife Eleanor were buried in this chapel, and their tomb still exists. The Shocklach manor lies west of Malpas. It was purchased by Sir Randle Brereton V., of Malpas, in 1572, from Sir Richard Corbet. Malpas and Shocklach, at the time of the conquest, formed portions of the Barony of Malpas, of which Robert Fitz-Hugh was baron. He received it from Hugh Lupus, first Earl Royal of Chester. .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/breretonsofchesh00brer#page/n43/mode/1up
  • Pg.24
  • (2) In the Brereton chapel within Malpas church is the tomb of Sir Randle Brereton IV., of Malpas, and his wife Eleanor, who died 1532. This is a handsome tomb in the south aisle of the church, enclosed with a well carved oak screen. This chapel now belongs by marriage and inheritance to the Egerton family.
  • https://archive.org/stream/breretonsofchesh00brer#page/36/mode/1up
    • KNIGHTS AS LORDS OF LAND,
  • In the feudal times in order to become a knight it was pre-requisite to be an owner of lands ; hence, the evidence we have of our original ancestor being the original Lord of Brereton. In those days there were two degrees of knighthood, one a Knight Bachelor, or lord of a manor; the other a Knight Banneret, a knight who had distinguished himself in battle before his king or his baron ; as such was Sir Randle Brereton IV., of Malpas. He was so knighted for brilliant bravery at Terouenne, and at Tourney, in France, by Henry VIII. The knight bachelor always carried a penon or pointed flag ; the knight banneret had his penon cut off square by the king.
  • https://archive.org/stream/breretonsofchesh00brer#page/45/mode/1up
    • THE HALTON BRANCH OF THE MALPAS FAMILY,
  • There is very little recorded of this branch of the family. The Herald's Visitation Record of 1663-4 gives the pedigree commencing with Sir Roger Brereton, of Halton, the founder of the family, about 1540, and shows four generations of descent. I think this Sir Roger was the sixth son of Sir Randle Brereton IV., of Malpas, and the younger brother of John Brereton, the founder of the Norfolk branch. His mother was Eleanor, daughter of Sir Piers Dutton, the Lord of Halton and Dutton, in 1500. Sir Piers was descended from Odard, one of the companions in arms of the Conqueror. He (Odard) assumed the name of Dutton upon receiving a grant of that town from Hugh Lupus, first Earl Royal of Chester, the ancestor of Lady Ada's mother. Sir Piers was the great grandson of Sir Thomas Dutton, of Dutton, who was the Governor and Receiver of the Castle of Halton in 1330. Sir Piers was the son of Sir Lawrence Dutton, who married Johanna, daughter of Sir Andrew Brereton, of Brereton, and from whom are descended the present family of Baron Sherbourne, of Sherbourne, Gloucestershire. The Warburton family, of Arley, were also descended from the same Odard. Sir Roger Brereton married Katherine, widow of Edward Fulleshurst and daughter of Sir William Brereton IX., of Brereton, by his second wife, Eleanor, daughter of Sir Randle Brereton III., of Ipstone and Malpas, and the widow of Philip Egerton, of Egerton.
  • https://archive.org/stream/breretonsofchesh00brer#page/98/mode/1up
  • Sir Randle de Brereton II., of Ipstone and Malpas, married Joanna, daughter of William Holford. By her he had two sons : 1, Randle Brereton, founder of the Eccleston and Wettenhall branch : 2, Owen Brereton, of Bar Hill, the ancestor of Brereton of Coddington. His second wife was Katherine, daughter of William Butheley, of Eaton, Cheshire. By her he had three sons: 1, Randle, his heir, of Ipstone and Malpas; 2, Ralph Brereton, of Iscoyd Castle, Shropshire, who had one daughter, wife of John Holford ; 3, Bartholomew Brereton, of Grafton, who had three sons : a, Bartholomew ; b, John ; c, Humphrey, of Malpas, the historian of the War of the Roses.
  • Randle Brereton III., of Ipstone, died in Burgundy, France. His wife was Emma, daughter and heiress of John Carington, of Carington. By her he had two sons and two daughters : 1, Randle, his heir; 2, Humphrey, of Malpas; 3, Ellen, wife of Nicholas Bruyn, of Tarwin, Cheshire ; 4, Eleanor, wife of Philip de Egerton, afterwards wife of Sir William de Brerton IX., of Brereton.
  • Sir Randle Brereton IV., of Ipstone and Malpas ; Chamberlain of Chester 1506 to 1532; Knight of the Body to Henry VII. and Henry VIII. ; made a Knight Banneret by Henry VIII., at Boulonge, for Terrouenne and Tournay ; built the Brereton Chapel in Malpas Church in 1522, in which he was buried in 1532. He married Eleanor, daughter of Sir Piers Dutton, of Halton Castle, Cheshire. By her he had nine sons and three daughters: 1, Randle, his heir; 2, Richard, founder of the Tatton branch ; 3, John, founder of the Norfolk branch ; 4, Thomas ; 5, Peter ; 6, Roger, founder of the Halton branch ; 7, William, succeeded his father as Chamberlain of Chester ; was beheaded by Henry VIII. with Queen Anne Boleyn, in 1536; 8, Robert; 9, Urian, founder of the Handford branch. The daughters were : 1, Anne, wife of John Harcourt ; afterwards was wife of John Pershall, of Hordesley ; 2, Elizabeth, wife of Richard Cholmondeley ; afterwards was wife of Randle Mainwaring, of Over Peevor, Cheshire; 3, Jane, wife of Sir Thomas Hanmer, of Hanmer, Flintshire. (See Burosham branch).
  • https://archive.org/stream/breretonsofchesh00brer#page/99/mode/1up
  • Sir Randle Brereton V., of Ipstone, Malpas and Shocklach, married Eleanor, daughter of Sir Philip Egerton, of Egerton. By her he had one child, Anne, wife of Randall Dod, of Edge. His second wife was Izabel, daughter of Thomas Butler, of Bewsey. By her he had one son, Randle, his heir, and one daughter, Elizabeth, wife of James Starkey, of Darley.

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  • St. Oswald's Church in Malpas includes handsomely carved tomb and inscription of Sir Randal Brereton IV (d. 1530). This and the tenor bell Sir Randal donated to the church in 1508 are all that remain of his considerable estate and charity. He not only gave much to the church, but also established both a school and a hospital in Malpas. These are now gone, as is the Brereton Malpas mansion which succumbed to fire about two hundred years ago. This Sir Randal's son, Sir William Brereton, had first the good fortune to be Groom of the Privy Chamber to Henry VIII, and later the misfortune to have his consequent access to Queen Anne Boleyn used as a pretext for accusations of adultery. The charges cost both their lives, and no doubt had something to do with the Malpas and related Handforth Hall branches of the family siding with the Roundheads in the English Civil War.

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  • William Brereton (c. 1487 – 17 May 1536),[1] the son of a Cheshire landowner, was a Groom of the Privy Chamber to Henry VIII.[1] In May 1536, Brereton, the queen's brother, George Boleyn, Viscount Rochford, Henry Norris, Sir Francis Weston and a musician, Mark Smeaton, were tried and executed for treason and adultery with Anne Boleyn, the king's second wife.[2] Many historians are now of the opinion that Anne Boleyn, Brereton and their co-accused were innocent.[2]
  • William Brereton, born between 1487 and 1490,[1] was the seventh[3][4] son of Sir Randle Brereton of Ipstones, Shocklach, and Malpas,[3] Knight Chamberlain of Chester, knight banneret and knight of the body of Henry VII.[1] His mother was Eleanor, daughter of Piers Dutton of Halton, Cheshire.[1] Along with three of his brothers, William entered royal service. By 1521 he was a groom of the king's chamber, and from 1524, groom of the privy chamber.[1]
  • In 1529, Brereton married Elizabeth, daughter of Charles Somerset, 1st Earl of Worcester, widow of Sir John Savage, and second cousin to Henry VIII.[1] He and Elizabeth had two sons:[3] .... etc.
  • From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Brereton_(groom)

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  • John HARCOURT (Esq.)
  • Born: 1462 / 1487, Stanton, Oxfordshire, England
  • Died: ABT 1539 / 1541
  • Father: Thomas HARCOURT (Esq.)
  • Mother: Isabel EGERTON
  • Married: Anne BRERETON (dau. of Randle Brereton and Eleanor Dutton) ABT 1522
  • Children: .... etc.
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/HARCOURT.htm#John HARCOURT (Esq.)2

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  • Sir Randel Brereton, Baronet[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32]
  • Born Abt 1450 of, Malpas, Cheshire, England
  • Died 1531 [37]
  • Buried Brereton Chancel, Church of Malpas, Malpas, Cheshire, England [38, 39]
  • Father Sir Randel Brereton, Baronet, b. Abt 1450, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England , d. Aft 1531, Burgundy, , France
  • Mother Emma Carrington, b. Abt 1470, of, Carrington, Bowdon, Cheshire, England
  • Family Eleanor Dutton, b. Abt 1470, of, Hatton, Waverton, Cheshire, England , d. Aft 1522, Malpas, Cheshire, England
  • Children
    • 1. Jane Brereton, b. Abt 1500, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England
    • 2. Margaret Brereton, b. Abt 1500, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England
    • 3. Thomas Brereton, b. Abt 1470, of, Henley-In-Arden, Wooton-Wawen, Warwick, England , d. 1511
    • 4. Sir Randel Brereton, Knight, b. Abt 1500, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England , d. 10 Nov 1533
    • 5. Peter Brereton, b. Abt 1470, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England
    • 6. Sir Roger Brereton, Knight, b. Abt 1500, of, Halghton, Y Waun, Denbighshire, Wales , d. 1559
    • 7. Sir Richard Brereton, Knight, b. Abt 1500, of, Tatton, Rostherne, Cheshire, England , d. 1557, Islington, Middlesex, England
    • 8. Sir William Brereton, Knight, b. Abt 1492, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England , d. 17 May 1536
    • 9. Eleanor Brereton, b. Abt 1500, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England , d. 1570
    • 10. Robert Brereton, b. Abt 1470, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England , d. Aft 1566
    • 11. John Brereton, b. Abt 1470, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England , d. 1542
    • 12. Sir Urian Brereton, Knight, b. Abt 1500, of, Handforth cum Bosden, Cheadle, Cheshire, England , d. 19 Mar 1577, Handforth Hall, Cheadle, Cheshire, England
    • 13. Anne Brereton, b. Abt 1500, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England
    • 14. Elizabeth Brereton, b. Abt 1500, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England
  • Sources
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  • From: https://histfam.familysearch.org/getperson.php?personID=I32345&tree=Welsh

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  • Sir Randal Brereton
  • Birth: 1485 Malpas, Cheshire, England
  • Death: Jun. 3, 1530 Shocklach, Cheshire, England
  • Sir Randal (or Randle) Brereton
  • The Brereton Chapel is at the East end of the South aisle. Sir Randal Brereton specified in his will of 1530 that he should be buried in the Lady Chapel so it is presumed that this was on the South side. The Brereton effigy was ordered in Sir Randal's lifetime. As alabaster is not native to Cheshire it is likely to have been made from stone quarried near Burton on Trent. The spurs on the effigy indicate that he was a knight and the dog in the folds of his wife's skirt indicate fidelity. He fought in the battles of Terouanne and Tournay in France and was knight banneret to the body of King Henry VII. His son, was the Sir William Brereton executed by Henry VIII in 1536 on suspicion of being a lover of Anne Boleyn.
  • Family links:
  • Spouse:
  • Brereton (____ - 1522)
  • Burial: Saint Oswald's Church, Malpas, Cheshire West and Chester Unitary Authority, Cheshire, England
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 103052389
  • From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=103052389

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  • 'Brereton03'
  • Randle Brereton of Malpas
  • m. Alice Ipstones (dau of William de Ipstones)
    • 1. Randle Brereton of Ipstones & Malpas
    • m. Katherine Bulkeley (dau of William Bulkeley of Eaton)
      • A. Randle (Randoll) Brereton
      • m. Emma (heir of John Carington of Carington)
        • i. Sir Randle Brereton of Ipstones, Shoclach and Malpas (a 1522, Chamberlain of Chester)
        • m. Eleanor Dutton (dau of Piers Dutton of Hatton)
          • a. Sir Randle Brereton of Shoclach and Malpas
          • The following is supported by Visitation (Cheshire, 1613, Brereton of Chester).
          • m1. Elenor Egerton (dau of Phillip Egerton of Olton)
            • (1) Anne Brereton
          • m2. Isabel or Elizabeth Butler (dau of Thomas Butler of Bewsey)
            • (2) .... etc.
          • b. Sir Richard Brereton of Tatton (d 1577)
          • The following is supported by Visitation (Cheshire, 1580, Brereton of Tatton).
          • m. Joan Stanley (dau of William Stanley of Tatton (son of Sir William of the Holt by Elizabeth Hopton) by Jane, dau/heir of Sir Jeffrey Massy of Tatton)
            • (1) .... etc.
          • c. Sir Roger Brereton of Wolsacre in Mallpas (6th son)
          • m. Katherine Brereton (dau of Sir William Brereton of Brereton)
            • (1) .... etc.
          • d. Sir William Brereton (d 1536, Chamberlain to King Henry VIII)
          • m. (1530) Elizabeth Somerset (dau of Charles Somerset, Earl of Worcester, widow of Sir John Savage)
          • The following is supported by Visitation (Cheshire, 1613, Brereton of Chester).
            • (1) .... etc.
          • e. Sir Urian Brereton of Honford or Hanford or Handforth or Handford (d 19.03.1578, 9th son)
          • The following is supported by Visitation (Cheshire, 1580, Brereton of Hanford) & Visitation (Cheshire, 1663, Brereton of Malpas).
          • m1. Margaret Honford (dau of William Honford (or Hanford or Handford) of Honford, relict of Sir John Stanley)
          • The following is supported by Ormerod (Cheshire, vol 3, Honford and Brereton of Honford).
            • (1) .... etc.
          • m2. Alice Trafford (bur 16.06.1578, dau of Sir Edmund Trafford of Trafford)
            • (9) .... etc.
          • f. Elenor Brereton
          • m(1). Sir William Brereton of Brereton
          • This may have been the Eleanor who (also) married ...
          • m2. Sir Philip Egerton of Egerton and Oulton (d 1563)
          • g. Jane Brereton
          • Visitation (Cheshire, 1580, Brereton of Malpas) shows this Jane as married to Sir John Hanmer whilst Visitation (Cheshire, 1663, Brereton of Malpas) shows a Jane of the next generation (daughter of Alice Trafford) as married to Sir Thomas Hanmer of Hanmer. The dates suggest that it was this Jane who married ...
          • m. Sir Thomas Hanmer of Hanmer (d 20.02.1545)
          • h. Anne Brereton
          • m1. John Harcourt of Raunton
          • m2. John Persall of Horsley
          • i. Elizabeth Brereton
          • Elizabeth's 1st husband is identified by Visitation (Cheshire, 1580, Brereton of Malpas) as Richard Cholmeley but by Visitation (Cheshire, 1663, Brereton of Malpas) as ...
          • m1. Richard Shakerley
          • m2. Sir Randoll Manwaring of Peever (b c1495, d 06.09.1557)
          • j.+ other issue - John, Thomas (rector of Malpas), Peter (parson of Haswall, vicar of Oswestry), Robert (a 1566)
        • The following comes from Visitation (Cheshire, 1613, Brereton of Wettenhall) with support from Visitation (Cheshire, 1580, Brereton of Eccleston).
        • partner unknown
          • n. Randall Brereton of Eccelston, Cheshire
          • m. Catherine Manley (dau of Nicholas Manley of Poulton)
            • (1) .... etc.
        • ii. Ralfe Brereton of Iscoed or Iscoid probably of this generation
          • a. .... etc.
        • iii. Humfrey Brereton of Malpas probably of this generation
          • a. .... etc
    • partner(s) unknown
      • B. .... etc.
  • Main source(s): BEB1841 (Brereton of Honford (both main & supplement)), Visitation (Cheshire, 1580 & 1663, Brereton of Malpas) with support/input as reported above
  • From: Stirnet.com
  • http://www.stirnet.com/genie/data/british/bb4fz/brereton03.php

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  • 'Dutton02'
  • Families covered: Dutton of Dutton, Dutton of Hatton, Dutton of Sherborne
  • Peter Dutton of Hatton, later of Dutton (d 1503)
  • m. (1464) Elizabeth (probably not Margaret) Grosvenor (d by 1503, dau of Robert Grosvenor of Hulme)
    • 1. Peter or Piers Dutton of Dutton (d 1508)
    • m. Elizabeth Fouleshurst (dau of Sir Robert Fouleshurst of Crewe)
    • The following comes from Visitation (Cheshire, 1613, Dutton of Dutton and Hatton) with a little support from Collins.
      • A. Sir Piers Dutton of Dutton (d 1546)
      • m. Elinor Legh (dau of Thomas Legh of Adlington)
        • i. .... etc.
      • m2. Elizabeth Poyntz (dau of William Poyntz of Worth Okedon)
        • xi. .... etc.
      • Possibly of this generation, being an illegitimate dau of (a) Sir Piers, was ...
        • xii. .... etc.
      • B. Elizabeth Dutton (a 1537)
      • m. Sir George Calveley of Lea (b 1472, d 1537)
    • 2. Richard Dutton of Hatton
      • A. .... etc.
    • 3. Geoffry Dutton
    • 4. Eleanor Dutton possibly of this generation
    • m. Sir Randle Brereton of Ipstones, Shoclach and Malpas (a 1522)
  • Main sources: Collins (1812, volume 8, Dutton of Sherborne), BP1934 (Sherborne) with support from BEB1844 (Dutton of Sherborne) and input as reported above
  • From: Stirnet.com
  • http://www.stirnet.com/genie/data/british/dd/dutton02.php#linklo

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also information about Malpas The Cholmondeley Chapel at the East end of the North aisle was built by Richard Cholmondeley and his wife Elizabeth in 1514. The Cholmondeley monument, shown in the photograph, was erected in 1605. It shows Sir Hugh Cholmondeley, who died in 1596, and his second wife Mary. The east side of the tomb shows Sir Hugh's son, Sir Hugh the younger and his wife Mary Holford. Sir Hugh the younger was knighted at the time of the Spanish Armada (1588) and was Sheriff of Chester in 1589. The inscription in Latin is translated as follows:

Hugh Cholmondeley of Cholmondeley the elder, Knight, Vice-Warden of the Welsh Marches, six times Sheriff died in his 83rd year, 1596, and in this earth is buried. Also his son and heir, Hugh Cholmondeley, Knight attaining the age of 50 departed this life AD 1601 and lies here. Also his wife the Lady Mary who after the death of her husband, on account of her very dear affection for him, for love of him had this monument erected AD 1605.


The Brereton Chapel is at the East end of the South aisle. Sir Randal Brereton specified in his will of 1530 that he should be buried in the Lady Chapel so it is presumed that this was on the South side. The Brereton effigy was ordered in Sir Randal's lifetime. As alabaster is not native to Cheshire it is likely to have been made from stone quarried near Burton on Trent. The spurs on the effigy indicate that he was a knight and the dog in the folds of his wife's skirt indicate fidelity. He fought in the battles of Terouanne and Tournay in France and was knight banneret to the body of King Henry VII. His son, was the Sir William Brereton executed by Henry VIII in 1536 on suspicion of being a lover of Anne Boleyn.

In addition there is brass in the East wall of the Brereton chapel, possibly as early as 1362, which states in Norman French "Sir Philip de Egerton, his wives and children lie here, may God have mercy on their souls". An alabaster stone shows a priest and the inscription in Latin "Here lies the body of Urian Davenport, at one time Vicar of Malpas and Vicar of Acton, which said vicar died 28 July AD 1495 on whose soul may the Lord have mercy, Amen."

Richard Cholmondeley the younger, was a benefactor in 1488 and it is known that Sir Randal Brereton gave the tenor bell in 1508. Among the other significant local families were the Dod family of Edge Hall, and the Tarletons of Bolesworth, whose hatchments hang with those of the Cholmondeleys of Cholmondeley Castle in the nave below the clerestory.

Other interesting features of the church are the remains of a triple sedilla, seating for additional priests, in the wall near the altar, and a piscina, for washing communion vessels. Most of the box pews of 1680 were destroyed during a restoration in the 1880s but six were preserved in the Brereton Chapel and later moved to the back of the South aisle. There is a fine example of an iron bound parish chest dating from the 13th century. Against the south wall are three 15th century stalls with misericords. There is a two storey porch on the south door. Malpas has some good examples of gargoyles. The guilding on the ceiling was renewed in the 1970s.

Bishop Heber, who wrote some well-known hymns including From Greenland's icy mountains; Holy, Holy, Holy and Brightest and best are the sons of the morning, had a connection with Malpas. He was born in 1775 at the Higher Rectory when his father was rector of the Higher Moiety of the parish. He became Bishop of Calcutta. Scenes from his life are shown in the lower part of the East window.

In the course of my own family history research I examined the records of Marton in Craven in West Yorkshire and found many referencers to the Heber family. For example, Mrs. Mary Heber, wife of the Revd. Reginald Heber B.D. rector of Malpas in Cheshire was buried at Marton in Craven on 10 February 1774. John Heber, clerk and A.M., rector of the Parish of Marton and vicar of Ribchester was buried at Marton in Craven on 3 July 1775. There are also many references to the family in the baptism register. Several of the Hebers were clerics. Bishop Heber's was connected with the Nowell family of Read near Whalley in Lancashire.

At Malpas there is the remains of a motte and bailey castle north of the parish church but there is no evidence for the bailey. Robert FitzHugh, the son of Hugh Lupus is believed to be responsible for the construction, some time before 1100. In the Domesday survey Malpas, then known as Depenbech, was said to have five knights. Malpas had been the centre of an Anglo-Saxon estate and parish and was an important town on the Roman road from Chester to the south. The motte is best seen from behind the church by the bowling green. This is very disappointing when one considers the former excellent state of the site as shown in a photograph in The Castles of Cheshire by P. W. Cullen and R. Hordern, Crossbow Books, 1986.

The Jubilee hall was built for Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee in 1887. It is on land donated by the Marquis of Cholmondeley and built by public subscription which raised £12,000. It is used as a village hall

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Sir Randal Brereton, IV of Malpas's Timeline

1449
1449
Ipstones, Staffordshire, England, (Present UK)
1480
1480
Brereton, Cheshire, England
1480
1482
1482
Age 2
Malpas
1484
1484
Age 4
1486
1486
Age 6
1489
1489
Age 9
Carrington, Lancashire, England, (Present UK)
1490
1490
Age 10
1490
Age 10
1492
1492
Age 12