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Urian de Egerton, the Elder

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Birthplace: Caldcotte, Staffordshire, England, (Present UK)
Death: Died
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Son of Sir Philip de EgertonMargaret de Egerton (de Wrenbury)
Husband of Amelia Egerton (Warburton)Amelia Egerton
Brother of David Malpas de Egerton; Richard de Egerton; Sir Bryan de Egerton; William de Egerton; John de Egerton另外4人

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About Urian de Egerton, the Elder

DO NOT CONFUSE WITH HIS NEPHEW, URIAN WHO WAS MARRIED TO AMELIA WARBURTON.

Urian de Egerton was Lord of Caldecote in right of his wife, and ancestor of the Egertons of Betley and those of Wrinehill, he married Amelia, dau. and heiress of David de Caldecote.

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  • The history of the county palatine and city of Chester: .... Vol. II.
  • https://archive.org/details/historyofcountyp02orme
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    • EGERTON, OF EGERTON. Pg.350-351
  • PHILIP GOCH, second son of David de Malpas, surnamed Le Clerk, which David was lord of a moiety of the barony of Malpas. = CATHERINE, daughter of Jorveth, alias Yawrwrit de Hulton, of Hulton, in Lancashire.; ch: DAVID (m. CECILIA le Roter) de EGERTON, HOVA (2d son father of David de Wigland) de HAMPTON
  • DAVID DE MALPAS, alias DE EGERTON, son and heir, by deed s. d. = CECILIA, daughter of Randle le Roter, lord of Thornton, by deed s. d.; ch: PHILIP (m. MARGARET de Wrenbury) DE EGERTON.
  • PHILIP DE EGERTON, son and heir, sheriff of Cheshire 23 and 24 Edw. I. = MARGARET, daughter of Richard de Wrenbury, by Catherine his wife, by deed s. d.; ch: DAVID (m. ISABELLA de Fulleshurst), Urian (m. AMELIA de Caldecote), Sir Brian (DE MALPAS), RICHARD, PHILIP, JOHN, dau. (m. David de Malpas of Hampton) DE EGERTON.
    • DAVID DE EGERTON, eldest son and heir, sheriff of Cheshire 7 Edw. III. = ISABELLA, daughter of Richard de Fulleshurst, lord of Crewe.; ch: PHILIP (m. ELLENA St. Pierre & MATILDA . . . ), URIAN (m. AMELIA Warburton), DAVID, MARGARET EGERTON.
    • URIAN DE EGERTON, 2d son, lord of Caldecote in right of his wife, ancestor of the Egertons of Betley, and also of those of Wrinehill, whose representative, Edw. Egerton, conveyed his estates to sir John Egerton, of Egerton, knt. = AMELIA, dau. and heiress of David de Caldecote.

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  • A descriptive catalogue of ancient deeds in the Public Record Office (1890)
  • https://archive.org/details/descriptivecatal06greauoft
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  • Chester.] C. 3790. Grant by Ralph de Haselwelle and Joan his wife for their own lives to William son of Urian de Eggerton, Eustacia his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, with reversion in default to their own right heirs, of all their land, &c. in Little Caldey. Witnesses : David de Eggerton, sheriff of Cesterchir, and others (named). Sunday after the Circumcision, 1332.
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  • [Chester.] C. 4178. Grant by Ralph de Haselwall and Joan his wife to William son of Urian de Eggerton, Eustacia his wife and the heirs of their bodies, of all their land &c. in Little Calday, with reversion in default to their own just heirs. Sunday after the Circumcision, 1332. Copy on parchment.
  • https://archive.org/stream/descriptivecatal06greauoft#page/62/mode/1up
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  • Chester. C. 4273. Quitclaim by Thomas son of Rothoric, knight, to Urian de Eggerton and Amelia his wife and his heirs of his right in all the land, &c. which they had on the day of date in Neuton by Oldecastel. Norbury, Thursday the morrow of the Nativity of the Virgin, 1333.
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  • [Chester.] c. 4338. Grant by William son of Hugh de Chydelowe to William son of Urian de Eggerton, of a place of land in Chydelowe, called 'le Espenfeld,' with a road therefrom to the road from Malpas to Whitchurch (Album Monasterium). Tuesday before St. Valentine, 1329. Fragment of seal. Endorsed : Chitlow.
  • https://archive.org/stream/descriptivecatal06greauoft#page/86/mode/1up
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  • Chester. C. 4463. Grant by Thomas son of Rothoric to Urian de Eggerton, Amelia his wife and his heirs, of all the land, &c., with the reversion of a messuage and ten sellions of land which William son of Heyna (Heyne] and Wladussa his wife hold for their lives, which he had on day of date in Neuton by Oldecastel, with 'husbold' and 'haybold,' 'tacfre' and 'stalagefre' and common of pasture in the wood of Oldecastel, in all places thereof for them and their tenants. Witnesses : David de Eggerton, sheriff of Cestres[ire] and others (named). Wednesday after St. Barnabas, 1333. Seal.
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  • C. 4583. Indenture witnessing that Hugh Eggerton of the Wrymehill, esq. has made his will, as follows : He has enfeoffed Urian Eggerton, parson of Haselwall, Richard Weston, vicar of Madeley and John Yonge of Charnes with other late deceased, of all his land, &c., in 'the shirez of Stafford, Schrousbury and Chestre,' of inheritance or purchase, to the intent that they perform the same, viz., that they keep in their hands lands to the yearly value of 10l. to pay his debts and fulfil his bequests ; that they grant an annuity to John Maisturson of 13s. 4d., out of his land, &c., in Wystanston, co. Chester, for life ; his sons, Raufe, Rondull and Robert, to make no claim to his goods because he has granted each of them an annuity for life, wherefore Marget, his wife, is to have the disposition of his goods for life, with remainder to such of his sons 'as be not holpen by meyne or mareage or other wyse be my lyfe ' ; such money as he has of his sister Margere Lane, viz. 10 marks, as his wife knows, to be disposed for her husband's soul and hers 'to the makeyng of the Ile of Saynt Marie in Madeley,' and he bequeaths 10 marks to the same ; his feoffees to make estate of the land, &c., remaining in their hands after the performance of his will to his heirs male to have according to his father's deed 'at his last wille made' ; his cousins, Raufe Delves and John Aston, esqs., to be overseers. 'Yeven at Wrymehill,' 18 April, 1486. English.
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  • [Chester.] C. 6244. Quitclaim by William son of Llewelyn son of David de Shoklach to David son of Urian de Eggerton of his right in all the lands which David son of Urian has by the gift of John, William's brother, in Shoklackouyet ; and confirmation of a grant by the said John to David son of Urian of the reversion of all lands which Sibyl, William and John's mother, holds in dower ; with multure at the mill of William Oweyn, as granted by the said Oweyn to the said Llewelyn. 20 June, 20 Edward III. Seal in white wax.
  • [Chester.] C. 6245. Quitclaim by Ankharet late the wife of David son of Richard de Caldecote, widow, to Urian de Eggerton and Amilia his wife of her right in one-third of the tenements which they have by the gift of David son of the said David in Caldecote. Witnesses : Richard de Fouleshurst, sheriff of Chester, David de Eggerton, Richard de Caurthyn, William de Grafton. Wednesday after St. Barnabas, 15 Edward II. Fragment of seal in white wax.
  • [Chester.] C. 6247. Grant by Urian de Eggerton to David his son of all his lands in the town of Caldecote. Witnesses : Richard de Foulyshurst, sheriff of Chester, David de Shokelache and others (named). Seal in white wax, design obliterated.
  • [Chester.] C. 6248. Chirograph indented being a grant by John de Sucton, lord of Schoklage, to Urian de Eggerton of several places of land in the territory of Caldekote in exchange for other places of land there, lying near his grove called 'le Beche.' Witnesses Hugh de Dutton, William de Baggele, and William de Brereton, knights, William de Modburle, sheriff of Chester, David de Barton. Saturday before the Finding of the Holy Cross, 12 Edward II. Seal of arms in white wax.
  • [Chester.] C. 6249. Grant by David son of David son of Richard de Caldecote to Urian son of Philip de Eggerton, Amilia his wife, and his heirs, of two selions of land in Caldecote, whereof one selion lies in the field of Caldecote in a place called 'le Cammek,' abutting on land called 'le Grenewey,' half a selion lies near land called 'Hauetbuttes,' and half a selion lies near a place of land called 'Byrchenehalflond,' Witnesses : Richard de Fouleshurst, sheriff of Chester, John de Wrennebury, Richard de Caurthyn, and others (named). Sunday after St. Katherine, 15 Edward II.
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  • [Chester.] C. 6257. Grant by Robert son of William son of Matthew de Tatenale and Felicia his wife to Urian son of Philip de Eggerton of a messuage and 3 1/2 selions of land in the town of Caldecote which Richard son of David de Caldecote gave to John son of Richard son of William de Stretton and Felicia his wife. Witnesses : Richard de Fouleshurst, sheriff of Chester, David de Barton, and others (named).
  • [Chester.] C. 6258. Chirograph indented being a defeasance of bonds given reciprocally by John son of Llewelyn son of David de Schokelache and David son of Urian de Eggerton, on condition that John shall enfeoff David of all his lands, &c. which he had by the gift of Llewelyn, his father, in Schokelacheouyot, and of the reversion of the dower of Sibyl, John's mother, and that David shall refeoff John
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  • for his life, of the said lands, within a fortnight. Saturday, before St. Augustine, 15 Edward III. French. Seal. Endorsed, Scechelach.
  • [Chester.] C. 6262. Grant by John son of Llewelyn de Schokelache to David son of Urian de Eggerton of all his lands, &c. which he had by Llewelyn's gift in Schokelache Ouyot, together with 'tolfre' and 'hoperfre' for one messuage in Schokelache at the mill of William son of Owen, and the reversion of the dower of Sibyl, his mother. Friday after Midsummer Day, 15 Edward III. Seal.
  • [Chester.] C. 6263. Grant by Richard son of Richard de Caldecote to Urian son of Philip de Eggerton of a messuage and four selions in the town of Caldecote. Witnesses : Richard de Fouleshurst, sheriff of Chester, David de Barton, David de Schoklache, and others (named). Seal.
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  • [Chester.] C. 6304. Copy of a grant by John son of Jor' de Hampton to John son of Urian de Eggerton, in fee tail, of all the lands, &c. which William de Eggerton held of him for twelve years in Horton ; rent, a red rose at Midsummer ; remainders to Philip, Roger, and William, brothers of the said John son of Urian, successively in tail.
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  • [Chester.] C. 6309. Indenture witnessing that David son of Urian de Eggerton has granted to William son of Llewelyn son of David de Shocklach and the heirs of his body a messuage and land in Shoklachovyet ; rent during the life of John, William's brother, 2s. 5d., and after John's death, 5d. ; to hold by the services by which David holds to the chief lord of the fee ; reversion to David. 26 June, 1346. Seal. Endorsed, Schockledg.
  • [Chester.] C. 6311. Grant by Gregory son of John de Stretton to Urian son of Philip de Eggerton of all lands which Richard son of David de Caldecote gave to John his father and Felicia his mother in the town
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  • of Caldecote. Witnesses : Richard de Fouleshurst, sheriff of Chester, David de Barton, and others (named). Seal in white wax, damaged.
  • [Chester.] C. 6314. Grant by John son of Richard son of John de Farndon to Urian de Eggerton, Amelia his wife and the heirs begotten between them, of all his lands and parcenary in the town of Caldecote ; remainder to Urian's heirs. The eve of the Exaltation of the Cross, 1330. Seal.
  • [Chester.] C. 6316. Grant by David son of David son of Richard de Caldecote to Urian de Eggerton and Amelia his wife and Urian's heirs, of all his lands in Caldecote. Witnesses : Richard de Fouleshurst, sheriff of Chester, David de Eggerton, and others (named). Tuesday after the feast of St. Thomas, 15 Edward II.
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  • C. 6779. Chirograph, indented, being a defeasance of a bond given by Urian de Eggerton to William son of Hugh de Chydelowe, the bond to be void if Philip, son of Urian and Margery, daughter of William, after reaching the age of 21 years, shall leave William undisturbed, during his life, in possession of lands which he holds on a seven years' lease of David de Eggerton. Malpas, Sunday after the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, 10 Edward III. French. Seal in white wax, damaged.
  • C. 6780. Grant by John, son of Urian de Eggerton, to Sir David son of William de Grafton, chaplain, and David de le Legh, of his capital messuage in Hamptonwode, with common of pasture, etc., in the wood and heaths of Hampton, as in his charter from Robert le Croker, lord of Prestatton, a fishery in the lake of Hanemere, co. Flint, and his share of the old mill of Halchton. Saturday after St. Oswald the King, 1349. Endorsed : This belong to Mr. Egerton of Egerton.

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  • County families of Lancashire and Cheshire (1887)
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  • Disregarding the time-honoured Cheshire maxim that it is better to marry over the mixen than over the moor, Philip Egerton went into Lancashire for a wife, and found one in the person of Katharine, otherwise Ancharette, daughter of Jorveth or Yawrarit de Hulton, of Hulton, to whom King John, on succeeding to the Crown, had given the township of Pendleton, and who was himself the son and heir of Blethyn de Hulton, living in the time of Henry II., the patriarch of that ancient and honoured Lancashire family. She bore him, with other children, a son David, who added to the family possessions by his marriage with Cecilia, one of the daughters of Randle Thornton, lord of Thornton-in-the-Moors, for, as appears by a deed in the Egerton collection, Amicia, the widow of Randle and the sister and co-heir of Ranulph de Kingsley, gave to him all her lands in Crowton a third share of the manor in frank marriage with Cecilia, her daughter. The deed is without date, from which circumstance it may be assumed that it was executed before the year 1290, when the statute of Quia emptores terrariim (18 Edwd. I.) was passed, after which it was customary to add the regnal year. Amicia, the grantor, must have lived to a ripe old age ; she was a widow in 1243, she is known to have been living in 1279, and there is reason to believe that she survived until 1308.
  • Several sons were born of this marriage, the eldest of whom, Philip de Egerton, who succeeded, was honoured with the shrievalty of his county in 1295. Following the example of his father, he further added to the patrimonial lands by a marriage with Margaret, daughter of Richard de Wrenbury, by Katharine, daughter of the Lady Matilda de Courtray, who brought him as her marriage portion all the lands of her mother in Wrenbury, which appear to have included the lands in Wardle, or Wardhull, called Wardel Park, and a place called the Breres, and to these should be added the lands in Burwardesley, which he obtained in the reign of Henry III. from William, son of Robert Patric, as appears by a charter
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  • among the original evidences at Eaton Hall. He pre-deceased his wife, and died about the year 1317, having had, in addition to a son David, who succeeded as heir, Urian, who married Amelia, daughter and heiress of David Caldecote, and in her right became lord of Caldecote. From this union sprung the Egertons of Caldecote and Haselwall, which afterwards divided into the families of Egerton of Bettley and Egerton of Wrinehill, the last-named place, formerly a seat of the Hawkstones at Checkley, on the borders of Staffordshire, being acquired with Newbold Astbury, Smallwood, and other estates by the marriage of William de Egerton, the great grandson of Urian, with Ellen, daughter and heir of Sir John Hawkstone. .....
  • David, the eldest son and heir of Philip Egerton, served the office of Sheriff of Cheshire in 1333-4, and married Isabella, daughter of Richard de Fulleshurst, lord of Crewe, by whom he had Philip, his heir ; Urian, who, as we shall hereafter see, continued the line of Egerton of Egerton ; three other sons, David, Bryan, and Robert ; and four daughters. By one of those curious matrimonial contracts that were common to the age, we find him, in a deed dated at Egerton on the Monday after the Epiphany, 9 Edward II. (1315-6), entering into an agreement with John de St. ....

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Urian de Egerton, the Elder's Timeline

1292
1292
Caldcotte, Staffordshire, England, (Present UK)
1322
1322
Age 30
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