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Clemence de Chedle

Also Known As: "Baggaleth", "Baggiley", "Baugley", "de Chedle", "de Cheadle", "Clemence Dutton", "Clementia de Chedle"
Birthplace: Cheadle, Stockport, Cheshire, England
Death: after circa 1327
Cheadle, Cheshire, England
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Roger de Chedle, Knight and Maud (Matilda) de Massey
Wife of Sir William de Baguley, Knight and Sir John de Molyneux
Mother of Geoffrey de Baguley and Isabel Danyers
Sister of Agnes de Cheadle

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About Clementia de Chedle

~Ormerod's History of Cheshire, Vol. I, p. 712, Vol. III, p. 634, Vol. III, p. 622, mentions that Clemence was the elder daughter of Roger de Chedle, and that she married Raufe Baggiley. She had Clifton and divers land in Chedle and Hulme. The Chedle family originated as Duttons.713

The manor of Chedle belonged to a family of that name in the 12th century. A grandson of the possessor, Sir Roger, left two daughters, one who was named Clemence. Clemence married William de Bagaly, and they had a daughter named Isabel. Isabel married Thomas Danyers. Their daughter married, about 49 Edward III, John Savage as her second husband. Clemence, one of the co-heiresses of Sir Roger de Chedle, had Clifton and divers lands in Chedle by inheritance, which descended to his grand daughter Margaret and John Savage in the right of his wife, he became Lord of Chedle. ~The Ancient and Noble Family of Savage, pg. 16

Clemence married William de Bagylegh, son of Ralph Bagylegh and Unknown.718 _______________________________________________________________________

Sources for the history of Clemence and Clifton:


◦KINSHIP: Elder daughter and coheir. (Ormerod, The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, vol. 1 pt. 2 p. 711)

LIVING: 1327 when the estates of her father were divided. (Ormerod, The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, vol. 1 pt. 2 p. 711)
PROPERTY: Clemence had Clifton and diver lands in Cheadle and Hulme of her father's estates. (Ormerod, The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, vol. 1 pt. 2 p. 711, 712)

Her children were Isabel b. ca. 1330 and Hamon Baguley b. ca. 1330.

Sir John Molyneux's first wife was named Agnes; Norris D. (B.M.), n. 494, dated 1314. His second wife was Clemency, daughter and co-heir of Roger de Cheadle, and widow of William de Baguley; Earwaker, East Ches. i, 170; Staff. Hist. Coll. (Salt Soc.), xvi, 5, 6, from a Chest. Plea Roll of 1336; Geneal. (New Ser.), xiii, 102; xii, 111, 112, where is an error in the descent. Richard son of Sir John de Molyneux and Isabel his wife were defendants in a plea of 1342; Assize R. 1435, m. 47 d. He was witness to a charter in 1341, and in the following year had a grant of lands from Roger son of Adam son of William de Crosby, his father (Sir John) being a witness; Blundell of Crosby D. K. 127, 259. Five years later he was plaintiff in a case of trespass; De Banc. R. 352, m. 311 d.


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Clementia de Chedle's Timeline

Stockport, Cheshire, England
Baguley, Cheshire, , England
Age 19
Cheshire, England