About Roger de Chedle, Knight
William the Conqueror's nephew, Hugh Lupus, received the County of Chester and most of North Wales, together with other special privileges. He in turn found it expedient to divide the greater part of his possessions amongst his own friends, and Nigell or Niell received the barony of Halton. Nigell had five brothers, though whether they were actually related to him of whether they were merely close friends or retainers is not certain. They were called Odard (or Hudard), Edard, Womere, Horswyne, and Wolfaith. Odard seems to have received the township of Dutton, or Duntune as it was called, and he became known as Hugh de Dutton.
About 100 years later there is a record of the village of Clifton being given to Galfrid or Geoffrey of Dutton, a son of the then Lord of Dutton, by John the Baron and Constable of Chester.In due course this branch of the Dutton family lapsed and the two daughters of Sir Roger de Cheadle were the co-heirs. The elder daughter named Clemence chose Clifton as part of her share of the estate and later married Raufe de Baggiley. Their daughter Isobel married Sir Thomas Danyers of Bradley and Appleton who greatly distinguished himself at the battle of Cressy in 1346 by rescuing the Royal Standard of the Black Prince and also capturing the Chamberlain of France. For this service the Black Prince granted him an annuity charged on his Royal Manor of Frodsham. Source:
By June 1294, Geoffrey de Chedle was lord of the manor, and it was valued at about £20 per annum. Geoffrey's descendant Robert (or Roger) died in the early 1320s, leaving the estate to his wife Matilda who held it until her death in 1326. As there were no male heirs the manor, which was now worth £30 per annum, was divided between her daughters, Clemence and Agnes. Agnes inherited the northern half (which would later become the modern-day Cheadle), and Clemence inherited the southern half (latterly Cheadle Hulme). The two areas became known as "Chedle Bulkeley" and "Chedle Holme" respectively.
Sir Roger de CHEDLE Knight [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born 1273 in Cheadle, Cheshire, England. He died 1327 in Cheadle, Cheshire, England. Roger married Matilda on 1299 in Cheadle, Cheshire, England.
Matilda 1 was born 1278 in Cheadle, Cheshire, England. She died 1327 in Cheadle, Cheshire, England. Matilda married Sir Roger de CHEDLE Knight on 1299 in Cheadle, Cheshire, England.
They had the following children:
F i Clemence de CHEDLE was born 1298.
F ii Agnes de CHEDLE was born 1300.
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Roger de Chedle, Knight's Timeline
Cheadle, Stockport, Cheshire, England
Stockport, Cheshire, England
July 18, 1326
Cheadle, Cheshire, , England