Sir John Arderne, of Aldford

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John de Arderne, Knight

Also Known As: "Sir John Arderne of Aldford", "Alderly", "Alvanley and Elford", "Knight"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Aldford, Chester, Cheshire, England
Death: June 01, 1308 (37-46)
Alvanley, Runcorn, Cheshire, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Sir Peter de Arderne and Margery de Elleford
Husband of Margery verch Gruffydd
Father of Maud Arderne; Sir John Arderne, Kt. and Agnes Wettenhall
Brother of Agnes de Arderne and Cecily de Arderne

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About Sir John Arderne, of Aldford

See Peter Bartrum, http://cadair.aber.ac.uk/dspace/bitstream/handle/2160/5573/Bleddyn%... (December 26, 2016; Anne Brannen, curator)

Sir John Arderne of Aldford, Alderly, Alvanley and Elford, Knight

IN A NUTSHELL- JOHN ARDERNE WAS THE SON OF PETER ARDERNE AND MARGERY, HE MARRIED MARGERY GRIFFIN/GRUFFYDD AND HAD CHILDREN: 1. JOHN ARDERNE who married 3 times, 1st ALICE VENABLES 2nd JOAN STOKEPORT 3rd ELLEN WASTNEYS, 2. PETER ARDERNE, OF AKLERLEY who wife unknown, had issue, 3. MAUD ARDERNE who married JOHN LEGH, and OTHER DAU.s

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  • Sir John de Arderne1
  • M, b. 1266, d. 1308
  • Father Sir Peter de Arderne d. c 12 Sep 1292
  • Mother Margery d. a 1269
  • Sir John de Arderne was born in 1266 at Alderley, Harden, & Elford, Cheshire, England.. He married Margery ferch Griffin ap Madog, daughter of Gryffydd ap Madog, Lord of Bromfield, Dinas Bran and Emma de Audley, before 1299. Sir John de Arderne died in 1308.
  • Family Margery ferch Griffin ap Madog d. a 1315
  • Children
    • Cicely Arderne+
    • Agnes de Arderne+
    • Margery Arderne2 d. a 1318
    • Sir John Arderne+ d. c 1349
    • Peter Arderne+ d. b 1359
  • Citations
  • 1.[S4966] Unknown author, Ancestral Roots of 60 Colonists by F. L. Weis, p. 185; The Ancestry of Dorothea Poyntz, by Ronny O. Bodine, p. 115.
  • 2.[S10297] Unknown author, History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, by George Omerod, 1819., p. 388.
  • http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p577.htm#i...
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  • Collins's peerage of England;: genealogical, biographical, and ..., Volume 9 By Arthur Collins Pg.143
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=PfwUAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA143&lpg=PA143&dq...
  • "Johannes de Arderne, Lord of Watheford, 12 Henry III. was father of
    • Walkeline de Arderne, Chief Justice of Chester, Lord of Aldford, Alderley, and Wever, Jure Uxoris, who married the heiress of Oreby, and had issue,
      • Sir Peter de Arderne, Knt. who, by Margaret his wife, had
        • Sir John de Arderne, Lord of Aldford, from 3 to 33 Edward I. who, by Margaret, was father of
          • A younger son, Peter, of Audley, who died 1346, and
          • SIR JOHN ARDERNE, Knt. son and heir, 8 Edward III. who, by ELEN Daughter of WILLIAM de WASTENEYS, had three sons"
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  • Miscellanea Palatina: consisting of genealogical essays illustrative of Cheshire Domesday roll, compiled from original authorities
  • http://www.archive.org/details/miscellaneapalat00orme
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/miscellaneapalat00orme#page/n186/mode...
  • V. SIR PETER DE ARDERNE, Knt., son and heir, grantee of Aldford in 1265, from his father, occurs as Lord of Aldford in a grant of the manor of

http://www.archive.org/stream/miscellaneapalat00orme#page/n188/mode... Congleton to his first-born son, John, and Margery his contracted wife, daughter of Griffin de Bromfield, made between 1267 and 1270, as shewn by the official attestation of Thomas de Boulton, Just. Cest., who held office at that time. The Record mentions Margery as mother of the infant heir so contracted.1

  • By Inquisition taken on Sunday after September 14, 20 Ed. I, 1292,6 this Sir Peter de Arderne is found to have died seized of the manor of Aldford, and the vills of Elton, Alderdelegh, and half of Mobberly, held from the King, in capite, by service of two knights' fees ; the vill of Alvandelegh, held from Richard Fitz Alan, Lord of Dunham ; and the vill of Upton, by service of one knight's fee,
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/miscellaneapalat00orme#page/n190/mode...

from Robert de Praers. John, son of the said Peter, next heir, and aged twenty-six years.

  • He was also father of Agnes, wife of Warin Mainwaring, of "Warmingham, whose beautiful seal, appendant to an Aldford deed of 35 Ed. I, has on it the conjoined arms of Mainwaring, Arderne, and Montalt.1
  • VI. SIR JOHN ARDERNE of ALDFORD, ALDERLY, ALVANLEY, and ELFORD, Knight, son and heir of Sir Peter and Margery, was born 1266, and contracted as above.
  • On July 1, 1308, 1 Ed. II,2 he was appointed a Commissioner of Array for the county of Chester, with Hugh Venables, and had the leading of the levies against Bruce as far as Carlisle. In the same year he made a settlement of the manors of Aldford, Elford, and Alderley, in contracting for marriage of his eldest son and heir apparent, John, with Alice, daughter of this Hugh, Baron of Kinderton,3 covenanting to endow her with Alvanley. This manor was granted by him to them ; and in 1 Ed. II, Sir Hugh Venables, guardian of John, his son and heir, and Alice, wife of that John, constituted his brother William his attorney for taking seisin of Alvanley.
  • Margaret his wife, according to official records, and the direct evidences of the Cheshire Domesday Roll as cited,4 was daughter of Griffin, or Gruffydd ap Madog, the last Prince of Powys-Vadog, Lord of Bromfield and the Castle of Dinas Bran, near Llangollen, and a warlike ally of the Earls of Chester. His father, Madog, was the founder of Valle Crucis Abbey, and his wife, Emma, daughter of Henry Lord Audley, the founder of Hilton Abbey. For other particulars of her princely ancestors, Yorke's Royal Tribes, and Dugdale's Baronage, may be severally consulted.5 Three of her five brothers died issueless, two being said to have perished, when infants, in the Dee above Aldford. Their alleged murders were bitterly revenged by the descendant of the third, Owen Glendower.
  • The issue of this marriage were. Sir John Arderne, and Peter
http://www.archive.org/stream/miscellaneapalat00orme#page/n192/mode...

Arderne, of Over Alderley ;1 Maud, wife of John Legh, of Booths,2 and other daughters, who had settlements of land. In this generation, according to a contemporary Roll, the arms were temporarily varied to gules, crusule, or, and a chief of the second,3 instead of the three crosslets and the chief.

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  • The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215: The Barons Named in the Magna Charta, 1215 ... By Frederick Lewis Weis, William Ryland Beall Pg.170
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=59XcwoRK9jkC&pg=PA170&lpg=PA170&dq...
  • 6. SIR JOHN de ARDERNE, KNT., of Alford, Alvanley, Alderley and Elford, b. 1266, d. 1308; m. bef. 1299, Margery, dau. of Griffin ap Madog, Lord of Brimfield. (This marriage does not appear in Bartram.)
    • 7. SIR JOHN de ARDERNE, KNT., of Alford and Enford, d. c. 1349; m. (1) 1307/8, Alice, dau. of Hugh de Venables, Baron of Kinderton.
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  • [page 84-85] of Parentalia, genealogical memoirs. [With] Genealogical essays illustrative of Cheshire and Lancashire families and A memoir on the Cheshire Domesday roll [and] Additions and index George Ormerod

1851

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Sir John Arderne, of Aldford's Timeline

1266
1266
Aldford, Chester, Cheshire, England
1297
1297
Aldford, Cheshire, England
1300
1300
Probably Aldford and Alvanley, Cheshire, England
1304
1304
Aldford, Cheshire, England
1308
June 1, 1308
Age 42
Alvanley, Runcorn, Cheshire, England
1327
1327
Age 42
Harden, Chester, England, Great Britain