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About Anne Molyneux

JUST A NOTE : all the accending Tree information was gathered from the Smith-Goodale-Caldwell family tree on Ancestry.com I have attempted to copy accurately, however I may have made mistakes in transfering, so I would suggest going th that site and checking for yourself. I am only copying the info here, and have done none of the research. Any errors in research belong to the owners of the S-G-C tree.

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  • A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great ..., Volume 1 By John Burke
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=U_CvyAF3ko4C&pg=PA523&lpg=PA523&dq=Robert+Dalton+1626&source=bl&ots=3wltcMLUBj&sig=pfqLNiQD1UK0_JMkdGpTaMzhNJc&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwidhIOxy-3JAhUiHKYKHW5JBnwQ6AEILzAE#v=onepage&q=Robert%20Dalton%201626&f=false
  • https://archive.org/details/genealogicalheral01burk
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalheral01burk#page/523/mode/1up
  • SIR JOHN DALTON, knt. son of Sir Robert de Dalton living in the reign of EDWARD III. died in 1369, seised of the manors of Bispham, Dalton Hall, and other lands in the county of Lancaster. He was direct ancestor of
  • ROBERT DALTON, esq. of Bispham and Pilling, who acquired by purchase, in 1556, the manor and estate of THURNHAM. This gentleman d. s. p. in 1580, and was s. by (the son of his younger brother, Thomas Dalton, by Anne, daughter of Sir Richard Molyneux, knt. of Sefton,) his nephew,
  • ROBERT DALTON, esq. of Thurnham, who d. in 1626, and was s. by his only son,
  • THOMAS DALTON, esq. of Thurnham. This gentleman, a most enterprising, gallant, and intrepid cavalier, on the breaking out of the civil wars raised, at his own expense, a regiment of horse, to support the cause of royalty ; to which he ever remained most faithfully attached. After rendering many very essential services to his ill-fated sovereign, he was at length so desperately wounded at the second battle of Newbury as to survive but for a very short period that unhappy conflict. He was s. by his son.
  • ROBERT DALTON, esq. of Thurnham, who made some additions to the family mansion. He wedded Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Thomas Horner, esq. of Middleham, in Yorkshire, and had two daughters, his co-heirs, viz.
    • ELIZABETH,
    • Dorothy, who inherited the manor of Caton and Aldcliffe, in Lancashire.
  • .... etc.

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  • The John Dalton book of genealogy by Dalton, Mark Ardath
  • https://archive.org/details/johndaltonbookof00dalt
  • https://archive.org/stream/johndaltonbookof00dalt#page/5/mode/1up
  • .... etc.
    • BURKES LANDED GENTRY-1937 Pages 554-555
    • DALTON OF THURNHAM
  • JOHN HENRY DALTON, of Thurnham Hall, co. Lancs, Lord of the Manors of Thurnham and Boulk; s. his father in 1902.
  • Lineage— Sir ROBERT De DALTON, Kt. temp. Edward III, was father of,
  • Sir JOHN DALTON, Kt., who d. 1369, seised of the Manors of Bispham and Dalton, and of other lands in the co., of Lancs. From him descended in the direct male line two brothers,
    • 1. ROBERT, of Thurnham, of whom presently.
    • 2. THOMAS, m. Anne, dau. of Sir Richard Molyneux, Kt., of Sefton (see Burke's Peerage), and had issue, a son, ROBERT, s. his uncle.
  • The elder brother ROBERT DALTON, of Bispham and Pilling, and later of Thurnham, which manor and estate he purchased 24 June, 1556, from Thomas Lonne, citizen and grocer of London, who had acquired it 20 April, 1552, from Henry Gray, Duke of Suffolk. He md. Anne, eldest dau. of John Kitchen, of Hatfield, and of Pilling Hall, but d.s.p. 1580 and was s. by his nephew.
  • ROBERT DALTON, of Thurnham, m. Elizabeth, younger dau. of William Hulton, of Hulton Park (see Burke's Peerage, Hulton, Bt.) and d. 1626, and was s. by his only son,
  • https://archive.org/stream/johndaltonbookof00dalt#page/6/mode/1up
  • THOMAS DALTON, of Thurnham, raised at his own expense a regiment of horse, with which he served in the Royal Army in the Civil War, and d. of wounds received at the second battle of Newbury, 1644. His son,
  • ROBERT DALTON, of Thurnham, md. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Thomas Horner, of Middleham, Yorks, and had issue, two daus. and co-heirs of whom the younger, Dorothy, s. to the Manors of Caton and Aldcliffe and m. Edward Riddell, of Swinburne Castle, who took part in the Rising of 1715 (See Riddell of Felton Park) . The elder dau.,
  • ELIZABETH DALTON, of Thurnham, m. William Hoghton, of Park Hall, c. Lancs, derived from Richard Hoghton, of Park Hall, 3rd son of Sir Richard Hoghton, of Hoghton Tower, co., Lancs (see Burke's Peerage, DE HOGHTON, Bt.), and d. 1710, and was s. by her eldest son,
  • JOHN DALTON, of Thurnham, who assumed the name of DALTON on succeeding to the manor and estates of Thurnham, .... etc.

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  • A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry ; or, Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland enjoying territorial possessions or high official rank : but uninvested with heritable honours Vol. I. by Burke, John
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=U_CvyAF3ko4C&pg=PA523&lpg=PA523&dq=Robert+Dalton+1626&source=bl&ots=3wltcMLUBj&sig=pfqLNiQD1UK0_JMkdGpTaMzhNJc&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwidhIOxy-3JAhUiHKYKHW5JBnwQ6AEILzAE#v=onepage&q=Robert%20Dalton%201626&f=false
  • https://archive.org/details/genealogicalheral01burk
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalheral01burk#page/523/mode/1up
  • SIR JOHN DALTON, knt. son of Sir Robert de Dalton living in the reign of EDWARD III. died in 1369, seised of the manors of Bispham, Dalton Hall, and other lands in the county of Lancaster. He was direct ancestor of
  • ROBERT DALTON, esq. of Bispham and Pilling, who acquired by purchase, in 1556, the manor and estate of THURNHAM. This gentleman d. s. p. in 1580, and was s. by (the son of his younger brother, Thomas Dalton, by Anne, daughter of Sir Richard Molyneux, knt. of Sefton,) his nephew,
  • ROBERT DALTON, esq. of Thurnham, who d. in 1626, and was s. by his only son,
  • THOMAS DALTON, esq. of Thurnham. This gentleman, a most enterprising, gallant, and intrepid cavalier, on the breaking out of the civil wars raised, at his own expense, a regiment of horse, to support the cause of royalty ; to which he ever remained most faithfully attached. After rendering many very essential services to his ill-fated sovereign, he was at length so desperately wounded at the second battle of Newbury as to survive but for a very short period that unhappy conflict. He was s. by his son.
  • ROBERT DALTON, esq. of Thurnham, who made some additions to the family mansion. He wedded Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Thomas Horner, esq. of Middleham, in Yorkshire, and had two daughters, his co-heirs, viz.
    • ELIZABETH,
    • Dorothy, who inherited the manor of Caton and Aldcliffe, in Lancashire.
  • .... etc.

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  • Views of the Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen, in England, Wales, Scotland ... Vol. II. By John Preston Neale
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=kpEZAAAAYAAJ&pg=PT165&lpg=PT165&dq=Robert+Dalton+1626&source=bl&ots=smVgmRdxGF&sig=DhkZGARYVanx4aI29a1LbAz2c1A&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjTyOyypO7JAhVBKB4KHeu3Czo4ChDoAQgjMAM#v=onepage&q=Robert%20Dalton%201626&f=false
  • https://archive.org/details/gri_33125013643339
  • https://archive.org/stream/gri_33125013643339#page/n117/mode/1up
  • Pg. no numbering
  • .... The family derive their maternal descent and name from Sir Robert de Dalton, Knt. who lived in the time of Edward III. and was the father of Sir John Dalton, Knt. who died in 1369, seized of the Manors of Byspham, Dalton Hall, and other lands in this County, vide Tower Rolls. From him in a direct line came Robert Dalton, Esq. of Byspham and Pilling, who purchased the manor and estate of Thurnham in the year 1556. At his death in 1580, without issue, he was succeeded by his nephew Robert, the son of his younger brother, Thomas Dalton, Esq. and Anne, the daughter of Sir Richard Molyneux, Knt. of Sephton. Robert Dalton, Esq. died in 1626, and was succeeded by his only son Thomas, who distinguished himself in the cause of Royalty, having raised a regiment of horse at his own expense, to support his sovereign, Charles I. He was desperately wounded at the second battle of Newbury, in 1643, of which he soon afterwards died, and was succeeded in his estate at Thurnham Hall by his son Robert, who made some additions to the Mansion, and married Elizabeth, the daughter and heiress of Thomas Horner, Esq. of Middleham, in Yorkshire, by whom he had issue two daughters, co-heiresses ; Dorothy, the youngest, inherited the Manors of Caton and Aldcliffe, in Lancashire, part of her father's property, and Elizabeth, the eldest, married William Hoghton, Esq. of Park Hall, in this county. The estates of Thurnham Hall, Cockersand Bulk, and lands in the Fryerage, at Lancaster, were limited upon her and her issue, in consequence of which her eldest son John, who succeeded to this estate in 1710, assumed the name and arms of Dalton ; he married Frances, the daughter of Sir Piers Mostyn, Bart, and had issue Robert Dalton, Esq. the father of the present proprietor of Thurnham, &c.

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  • 'Dalton01'
  • Sir Richard Dalton of Bypsam, Lancashire
    • 1. Sir Robert Dalton
    • m. _Latham (dau of Sir Thomas Latham)
      • A. Sir John Dalton
      • m. _ Hussey (dau of Sir Henry Hussey)
        • i. Sir John Dalton
        • m. _ Pilkington (dau of Sir Richard Pylkyngton)
          • a. Sir Richard Dalton 'of Apethorpe'
          • m. Katherine Venables (dau of Sir Thomas Venables)
            • (1) Ales Dalton
            • m. William Gryffyth of Penryn
            • (2)+ other daughters
          • b. Robert Dalton of Bispayne
          • m. Margaret
            • (1) Richard Dalton of Croston
            • m. _ Fleming (dau of Sir William Fleming of Wath, Yorkshire)
              • (A) Roger Dalton of Dalton Hall
              • m1. _ Ratclyff (dau of Sir John Ratclyff of Lancashire)
                • (i) William Dalton of Bispam
                • m1. Margaret Terboke (dau of Sir William Terboke of Terboke Hall)
                  • (a) Margery Dalton (dsp)
                  • m1. _ Wenloke
                  • m2. Gylbert Moreton
                  • (b)+ other issue (dsp) - Robert, Roger, Jane, 8 others
              • m2. Jane (natural daughter of Sir John Towneley of Lancashire)
                • * (m) Robert Dalton of Bispham, Pillin and Thurnham (dsp 1580)
                  • m. Anne Kechyn (dau of John Kechyn)
                  • Visitation ends with this generation, identifying Robert as "of Thurnham". This is presumed to be the Robert who is the first mentioned by Commoners, being described therein as "of Bishpam and Pilling, who acquired by purchase, in 1556, the manor and estate of Thurnham" and who was succeeeded by his nephew.
                  • (n) Thomas Dalton
                  • m. Anne Molyneux (dau of Sir Richard Molyneux of Sefton)
                    • ((1)) Robert Dalton of Thurnham (d 1626)
                    • This is probably the Robert who married Elizabeth Hulton.
                      • ((A)) Thomas Dalton of Thurnham (d after Newbury 1643)
                        • ((i)) Robert Dalton of Thurnham
                        • m. Elizabeth Horner (dau of Thomas Horner of Middleham)
                          • ((a)) ..... etc.
                  • (o) Anne Dalton
                  • m. _ Westmer
                  • (p)+ other issue - Roger, Richard
                • (ii) Roger Dalton .... etc.
  • Main source(s): Visitation (Yorkshire, 1563-4, Dalton), Commoners (vol i, Dalton of Thurnham)
  • From: Stirnet.com
  • http://www.stirnet.com/genie/data/british/dd/dalton01.php

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  • 'Molyneux02'
  • .... etc.
  • (1) Sir Richard Molyneux of Sefton, Sheriff of Lancashire (d 1568)
  • m1. Eleonore Radcliffe (dau of Sir Alexander Radcliffe of Ordsall) had issue, assumed to include ...
    • (A) William Molyneux (dvp 1567)
    • m. Bridget Caryll (dau of John Caryll of Warnham)
      • (i) .... etc.
  • m2. Eleonore Maghull (dau of Robert Maghull of Maghull)
    • (B)+ other issue
  • Probably of this generation, but (if so) by which wife is unknown, were ...
    • (C) Richard Molyneux
      • (i) .... etc.
    • (D) Anne Molyneux
    • m1. Thomas Dalton
    • m2. John Westby of Westby
    • (E) Margaret Molyneux (bur 21.06.1617)
    • m. John Warren of Poynton & Stockton (d 07.12.1587)
  • .... etc.
  • Main source(s):
  • (1) For Molyneux of Sefton : BP1934 (Sefton) with input from TCP (Molyneux of Maryborough) and TCP (Sefton)
  • (2) For Molyneux of Houghton, Thorpe, Teversal : BEB1844 (Molyneux of Teversal)
  • From: Stirnet.com
  • http://www.stirnet.com/genie/data/british/mm4fz/molyneux02.php

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Anne Molyneux's Timeline

1386
1386
West Derby, Lancashire, , England
1411
1411
Age 25
1490
1490
Age 104
1930
November 15, 1930
Age 104
1932
May 9, 1932
Age 104
1950
March 4, 1950
Age 104
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