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Hugh de Kevelioc1,2

M, #6751, Deceased, b. 1147, d. 30 June 1181

Parents

Families

Family 1: Bertrade de Montfort-l'Amauri (b. 1155, d. 1227)

Main Events

  • Birth: Hugh de Kevelioc was born in 1147 in Merionethshire, Wales.2,1
  • Birth: He was born Person Source.3,4
  • Occupation: He was an Earl of Chester.
  • Residence: He resided Hugh de Kevelioc, 3rd Earl of Chester (1147 – June 30, 1181) was the son of Ranulph de Gernon, 2nd Earl of Chester and Maud of Gloucester, daughter of Robert, 1st Earl of Gloucester. He is thought by some to have taken his name from Kevelioc in Monmouth as his birthplace, but others think that instead he was born in and took the name of Cyfeiliog in Merionethshire or Meirionydd.

    He was underage when his father's death in 1153 made him heir to his family's estates on both sides of the channel. He joined the baronial Revolt of 1173-1174 against King Henry II of England, and was influential in convincing the Bretons to revolt. After being captured and imprisoned after the Battle of Alnwick, he finally got his estates restored in 1177, and served in King Henry's Irish campaigns.

    In 1169 he married Bertrada de Montfort-l'Amauri, daughter of Simon III de Montfort. She was the cousin of King Henry, who gave her away in marriage. Their children were:

    * Ranulph de Meschines, 4th Earl of Chester
    * Maud of Chester (1171-1233), married David of Scotland, 8th Earl of Huntingdon
    * Mabel of Chester, married William d'Aubigny, 4th Earl of Arundel
    * Agnes of Chester (died November 2, 1247), married William de Ferrers, 4th Earl of Derby
    * Hawise of Chester (1180-1242), married Robert de Quincy
    * A daughter, name unknown, who was briefly married to Llywelyn Fawr

    He also had an illegitimate daughter, Amice of Chester, who married Ralph de Mainwaring.

    Hugh of Kevelioc died 30 June 1181 at Leek, Staffordshire, England.1
  • Marriage: Hugh de Kevelioc and Bertrade de Montfort-l'Amauri were married in 1169.2,1
  • Death: He died on 30 June 1181, at age ~34, in Leek, Staffordshire, England.2,1
  • Burial: Hugh's remains were buried in Chester, Cheshire, England.1
  • Marriage: Hugh de Kevelioc and Concubine Unknown were married Unknown GEDCOM info: Partner Unknown GEDCOM info: Mistress Unknown GEDCOM info: had a child with Unknown GEDCOM info: Partner Unknown GEDCOM info: Mistress Unknown GEDCOM info: had a child with.1
  • Marriage: Hugh de Kevelioc was married Unknown GEDCOM info: Partner Unknown GEDCOM info: Mistress Unknown GEDCOM info: had a child with Unknown GEDCOM info: Partner Unknown GEDCOM info: Mistress Unknown GEDCOM info: had a child with.1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5550] Bostock Family History
  3. [S5547] Osmer Bostock, Organisation: John Michael O'Melia
  4. [S5546] A Short History of the Bostock Family, Organisation: A.J.Bostock

Biography

Havice Randoll

F, #6752, Deceased, b. 1180, d. 1242

Person Exhibits

randolph blunderville

Parents

Families

Main Events

  • Name: Havice Randoll was also known as Havice Bostock.
  • Name: She was also known as Robert Quincey.
  • Birth: She was born in 1180 in Chester, Cheshire, England.1,2
  • Biography: Hawise of Chester, 1st Countess of Lincoln suo jure (1180- 6 June 1241/3 May 1243[1]), was an Anglo-Norman noblewoman and a wealthy heiress. Her father was Hugh de Kevelioc, 5th Earl of Chester. She was the sister and a co-heiress of Ranulf de Blondeville, 6th Earl of Chester. She was created suo jure 1st Countess of Lincoln in 1232.[2] She was the wife of Robert de Quincy, by whom she had one daughter, Margaret, who became heiress to her title and estates. She was also known as Hawise of Kevelioc.
    ContentsShe was the widow of Roger de Quency or perhaps the wife of a son of this Warin. [:CR:].
  • Occupation: She was a Countess Lincoln.
  • Death: She died in 1242, at age ~62.1,2
  • Marriage: Havice Randoll and Sir Warren Bostock were married in an unknown place.
  • Marriage: Havice Randoll and Earl of Lincoln Robert De Quincey were married in an unknown place.
  • Last Edited: 19 January 2019 14:08:39

Citations

  1. [S5550] Bostock Family History
  2. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel

Biography

Sir Sir Henry Gilbert De Bostock

M, #6754, Deceased, b. 1205

Person Exhibits

Bostock Arms

Parents

Family

Family: Ellinor Poole

Main Events

  • Birth: Sir Sir Henry Gilbert De Bostock was born in 1205 in Pexall, Macclesfield.
  • Residence: He resided about 1225.1
  • Last Edited: 12 April 2019 18:41:40

Citations

  1. [S784] Date estimated on 25 year generations.

Biography

Sir William De Bostock

M, #6755, Deceased, b. about 1240, d. after 1265

Person Exhibits

Bostock Arms

Parents

Families

Family 1: Elizabeth Audley (b. 1227)

Family 2: Amice Arclid

Main Events

  • Marriage: Sir William De Bostock and Elizabeth Audley were married in 1235.1,2,3
  • Birth: He was born about 1240.
  • Marriage: Sir William De Bostock and Amice Arclid were married about 1255 in an unknown place.
  • Death: He died after 1265.4
  • Last Edited: 12 April 2019 18:45:33

Citations

  1. [S5548] The Visitation of Cheshire in the Year 1580, Organisation: Sir Thomas Chaloner
  2. [S5551] Genealogy of the Bostock and Bostwick Families, Organisation: Edward & Roland Bostock
  3. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  4. [S934] Burke's Landed Gentry, Source Element: R3-8339

Biography

Lord Hugh Audley

M, #6756, Deceased

Family

Main Events

  • Occupation: Lord Hugh Audley was a Lord of Audley.
  • Biography: Note - I have seen some references that cite Elizabeth Audley's fathger as Lord James Audley, Justiciar of Ireland who married Ela de Logespee daughter of King Henry I's illegitimate son William de Longespree and Idonea de Caville.

    I think I will stay with the College of Arms pedigree.

Biography

Elizabeth Audley

F, #6757, Deceased, b. 1227

Parents

Family

Family: Sir William De Bostock (b. about 1240, d. after 1265)

Main Events

  • Name: Elizabeth Audley was also known as Elizabeth de Bostock.1
  • Name: She was also known as Elizabeth Bostock.2,3,1
  • Birth: She was born in 1227.3,1
  • Residence: She resided in Audley, Oxfordshire.
  • Marriage: Elizabeth Audley and Sir William De Bostock were married in 1235.2,3,1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5548] The Visitation of Cheshire in the Year 1580, Organisation: Sir Thomas Chaloner
  3. [S5551] Genealogy of the Bostock and Bostwick Families, Organisation: Edward & Roland Bostock

Biography

Sir Edward (Philip ?) Bostock

M, #6758, Deceased, b. 1260

Person Exhibits

Bostock Arms

Parents

Family

Main Events

  • Birth: Sir Edward (Philip ?) Bostock was born in 1260.
  • Residence: He resided about 1275.1
  • Marriage: Sir Edward (Philip ?) Bostock and Lady Unknown of Trumpington were married in an unknown place.
  • Last Edited: 22 January 2019 10:23:52

Citations

  1. [S784] Date estimated on 25 year generations.

Biography

Sir Adam Bostock

M, #6759, Deceased, b. about 1275, d. 1350

Person Exhibits

Bostock Arms

Parents

Families

Family 2: Jane Brereton (b. 1275)

Main Events

  • Birth: Sir Adam Bostock was born about 1275.
  • Biography: He was knighted by King Edward I in Scotland at the Battle of Falkirk on 22 July 1293.

    Another chart shows that Sir Adam and Jane's children were in fact Sir Adam ( 1330-1374 ) who married Margery Wetenhall, Robert Bostock of Warmingham, David and Ralph Bostock of Moulton. I am confused here. Neither this David nor David son of Sir Adan and Margery Wetenhall was the second son - so how did the crescent for difference get onto the coat, as this would be normally for a second son.
  • Marriage: Sir Adam Bostock and Jane Brereton were married in 1290.1,2,3
  • Residence: He resided on 22 July 1298.4
  • Residence: He resided about 1300.5
  • Residence: He resided Lord of Bostock, he was knighted at the conquest of Scotland on 22/7/1298 by King Edward I at the battle of Falkirk.
    Mentioned as 'mainprise' for Richard de Warghull in 1309.
    Appointed one of the king's purveyors in Northwich hundred in 1310.
    Occurs in the account of Wharton in 1322.
    By an Inquest ad quod damnum it was found that Adam could close a highway 40 perches long, 40 foot wide, with a path 2 foot wide, in Bostock leading from Balsagh towards Middlewich, so long as he constructed another way in lieu thereof in 1334 (Plea Rolls).
    Entered in recognizances in 1342.3
  • Publicatio: He was witness to a Deed relating to a Davenport family in 1323.
  • Death: He died in 1350.
  • Last Edited: 12 April 2019 18:58:33

Citations

  1. [S5546] A Short History of the Bostock Family, Organisation: A.J.Bostock
  2. [S5548] The Visitation of Cheshire in the Year 1580, Organisation: Sir Thomas Chaloner
  3. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  4. [S934] Burke's Landed Gentry, Source Element: R3-8339
  5. [S784] Date estimated on 25 year generations.

Biography

Sir William Brereton

M, #6760, Deceased, b. about 1277, d. about 1342

Person Exhibits

Brereton Arms

Parents

Family

Family: Rose de Vernon (b. about 1289, d. after 1321)

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Sir William Brereton had reference number 4183.
  • Birth: He was born about 1277 in Brereton, Cheshire, England.1,2
  • Residence: He resided in Brereton, Cheshire.
  • Marriage: Sir William Brereton and Rose de Vernon were married before 1288 in Brereton, Cheshire, England.3,1,2
  • Death: He died about 1342.2
  • Last Edited: 22 January 2019 00:22:48

Citations

  1. [S5549] Brereton History, Organisation: Eldon Robert Steen
  2. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  3. [S5545] Darrin Lythgoe's Genealogy, Organisation: Darrin Lythgoe

Biography

Jane Brereton

F, #6761, Deceased, b. 1275

Parents

Family

Family: Sir Adam Bostock (b. about 1275, d. 1350)

Main Events

  • Name: Jane Brereton was also known as Jane Bostock.
  • Reference Number: She had reference number 4180.
  • Birth: She was born in 1275.
  • Marriage: Jane Brereton and Sir Adam Bostock were married in 1290.1,2,3

Citations

  1. [S5546] A Short History of the Bostock Family, Organisation: A.J.Bostock
  2. [S5548] The Visitation of Cheshire in the Year 1580, Organisation: Sir Thomas Chaloner
  3. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel

Biography

Sir Sir William Bostock

M, #6762, Deceased, b. estimated 1305, d. 1372

Person Exhibits

Bostock Arms

Parents

Families

Family 2: Joan De Norreys (d. 1387)

Family 3: Alice Moulton (b. about 1312)

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Sir Sir William Bostock had reference number 4177.
  • Birth: He was born estimated 1305.
  • Biography: He was knighted in France by King Edward III.

    There is some confusion here too as The Visitation of Cheshire 1580 suggests that Sir William was the son of Sir Adam Bostock who married Jane Brereton whereas other records seem to indicate that Sir Adam who married Margery Wetenhall was the son of Sir Adam who married Jane Brereton, and that Sir William was perhaps the son of Sir Edward Bostock ( b circa 1270 ).

    He was evidently Lord of Bostock and Seneschal of Frodsham.
  • Marriage: Sir Sir William Bostock and Unknown Winnington were married after 1313.1
  • Marriage: Sir Sir William Bostock and Joan De Norreys were married after 1313.1
  • Residence: He resided about 1325.2
  • Residence: He resided in Frodsham in 1361.3
  • Occupation: He was a Seneschal in Frodsham.
  • Death: He died in 1372.
  • Last Edited: 13 July 2019 18:32:57

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S784] Date estimated on 25 year generations.
  3. [S934] Burke's Landed Gentry, Source Element: R3-8339

Biography

Sir Richard Winington

M, #6763, Deceased, b. 1275

Main Events

  • Birth: Sir Richard Winington was born in 1275.

Biography

Alice Winington

F, #6764, Deceased, b. 1305

Main Events

  • Name: Alice Winington was also known as Unknown Bostock.
  • Birth: She was born in 1305.
  • Biography: As she was the heire to her father Sir Richard, this is how the Winnington arms come to be marshalled with those of Bostock. [:CR:].
  • Marriage: Alice Winington was married in an unknown place.
  • Last Edited: 18 January 2019 13:25:35

Biography

Sir Sir Adam Bostock1,2

M, #6765, Deceased, b. about 1340, d. 1374

Person Exhibits

Bostock Arms

Parents

Family

Family: Margery Wettenhall (b. about 1314, d. 1370)

Main Events

  • Birth: Sir Sir Adam Bostock was born about 1340.3
  • Event-Misc: He occurs in, that is.
  • Biography: This may be the Adam Bostock who, according to A.J. Bostock's "Chivalry of Cheshire" gave evidence in the Court of Chivalry, with John Holford, at Nantwich in 1386 and 1388 in the dispute regarding arms between Sir Richard Scrope and Sir Robert Grosvenor of Eaton.

    This may also be the same Adam who was granted a pardon for his services by the Black Prince presumably after Poitiers and the Treaty of Bordeaux.
    It may also be the same Adam who, according to the account in "The Chivalry of Cheshire" was the captain of the watch who guarded the King in 1398. In the same source, we read of the Adam who supported Richard through the Earl of Aumarle ( son of the Duke of York ) at Flint Castle maybe in 1399 after all of his army had deserted him. He was left with the "Men of the White Hart ". After being escorted to London, Richard was found to be unfit to govern, and he was replaced by the House of Lancaster.
    Adam may have been involved in the Cheshire Rebellion from 1399-1402 when Cheshire men who were participants were subjected to an order to confiscate their lands - which in fact never happened. The difficulty with all of this, is that there were so many Adam Bostocks, that the likelihood of my selecting the right one from this distance may be just as remote as the history.

    In 1364, he entered into a recognizance with David his brother, part of a fine of 40 pounds made with the Earl by Randle de Roter.

    Before he died, he may have acquired some lands in Bradewell.

    He was knighhted by the Black Prince in 1344 at the Battle of Najera in 1837.
  • Residence: He resided about 1350.4
  • Death: He died in 1374.
  • Probate: The estate of Sir Sir Adam Bostock was probated in 1374.5
  • Marriage: Sir Sir Adam Bostock and Margery Wettenhall were married.6,7,8
  • Last Edited: 21 April 2019 23:31:23

Citations

  1. [S896] A. J. BOSTOCK, The Chivalry of Cheshire, Source Element: E.J. Morten, Didsbury, 1980
    Source Element: R3-8178
  2. [S5827] Harleian 1424 fo. 23b. Harleian 1505 fo. 21b
  3. [S917] A. J. BOSTOCK, History of the Bostock Family, Source Element: R3-8275
  4. [S784] Date estimated on 25 year generations.
  5. [S934] Burke's Landed Gentry, Source Element: R3-8339
  6. [S5546] A Short History of the Bostock Family, Organisation: A.J.Bostock
  7. [S5548] The Visitation of Cheshire in the Year 1580, Organisation: Sir Thomas Chaloner
  8. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel

Biography

Raffe Bostock

M, #6766, Deceased, b. about 1345

Person Exhibits

Bostock Arms

Parents

Family

Family: Alice Randall

Main Events

  • Name: Raffe Bostock was also known as Raffe Bostocke of Moulton.
  • Note: Harl MS 1535 fo. 74b

    Raffe was the 2nd son of Sir William Bostocke 35 e 3.
  • Birth: He was born about 1345.1
  • Residence: He resided in Moulton about 1350.2,1
  • ARMS: He is mentioned as bearing arms ARMS in 1361 in 35 E 3 (Edward III came to throne in February 1327 and this is the 35th year of his reign) in the Visitation of Cheshire 1580. This is the start of the Bostock of Moulton line. He may also be the founder of the Whixall ( Salop ) Bostock line. Rafe was I think the younger son of Sir William Bostock [6762].

    This branch of the family bore Arms, Sable, a fess humette Argent, a mullet for difference. I would have expected him to be the 3rd son - unless the mullet had been added in a previous generation for another 3rd son.

    Another version of this pedigree has Ralph Bostock of Moulton being the son of Sir Adam Bostock ( 1275-1350 ) and his wife Jane Brereton [6761]. I am unsure as to which version to prefer.

    Earwaker also describes Alice Bostock [7175] who married William de Bulkelegh [7176] as the daughter of Sir Ralph Bostock of Bostock [6766], knight.3
  • Occupation: This Sir Ralph Bostock [6766] was the seneschal steward for the Vale Royal estates during the first part of the 14th Century, a period of some unrest during which the peasants had some issues with the Abbot.
  • Last Edited: 6 July 2020 23:03:02

Citations

  1. [S562] Visitation of Cheshire 1580 Harl 1424 Fo 25 1505 Fo 23
  2. [S784] Date estimated on 25 year generations.
  3. [S5828] Harleian 1424 f0. 24b., File Name/no: R3-5033B

Biography

John ("Kingsley") Wettenhall

M, #6767, Deceased

Family

Family:

Margery Wettenhall

F, #6768, Deceased, b. about 1314, d. 1370

Person Exhibits

Wettenhalltb

Parents

Family

Family: Sir Sir Adam Bostock (b. about 1340, d. 1374)

Main Events

  • Name: Margery Wettenhall was also known as Margery Bostock.
  • Birth: She was born about 1314 and sometimes she is shown as Margaret.
  • Biography: As she was heire to her father John Wetnall, this is how the Wettenhall arms come to be marshalled with those of Bostock. [:CR:].
  • Residence: She resided in Acton, by Nantwich, Cheshire.
  • Death: She died in 1370.1
  • Marriage: Margery Wettenhall and Sir Sir Adam Bostock were married.2,3,4
  • Last Edited: 11 April 2019 17:43:24

Citations

  1. [S917] A. J. BOSTOCK, History of the Bostock Family, Source Element: R3-8275
  2. [S5546] A Short History of the Bostock Family, Organisation: A.J.Bostock
  3. [S5548] The Visitation of Cheshire in the Year 1580, Organisation: Sir Thomas Chaloner
  4. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel

Biography

Sir Adam Bostock

M, #6769, Deceased, b. about 1335, d. 1373

Parents

Family

Main Events

  • Birth: Sir Adam Bostock was born about 1335.1
  • Biography: As he was not of age at the time of his father's death, he was placed under the guardianship of Walter Dommory, the Parson of Davenham.

    He appears to be a devotee of Richard II and accompanied him, perhaps as a bodyguard at the Battle of Shrewsbury when he was knighted in 1386 - and to Ireland in 1399.

    In 1395 he was bound over to keep the peace with Stephen, Abbot of Vale Royal, part of the surety being provided by his brother David de Bostock of Churton.

    He commanded part of Percie's Army at the Battle of Shrewsbury in 1403; subsequently, he was pardoned by King Henry IV, in spite of the issue previously of an attainder against him. Even later, he was commissioned by array to lead men at arms to defend the Welsh border country.
  • Death: He died in 1373.1
  • Occupation: He was a Lord of Manor.
  • Marriage: Sir Adam Bostock and Jenet Bradshaw were married in an unknown place.2
  • Last Edited: 22 January 2019 18:52:06

Citations

  1. [S917] A. J. BOSTOCK, History of the Bostock Family, Source Element: R3-8275
  2. [S5827] Harleian 1424 fo. 23b. Harleian 1505 fo. 21b

Biography

Sir Henry Bradshaw1

M, #6770, Deceased

Family

Main Events

  • Occupation: Sir Henry Bradshaw was a Lord of Bradshaw.

Citations

  1. [S917] A. J. BOSTOCK, History of the Bostock Family, Source Element: R3-8275

Biography

Jenet Bradshaw

F, #6771, Deceased

Parents

Family

Main Events

  • Name: Jenet Bradshaw was also known as Jenet Bostock.
  • Marriage: Jenet Bradshaw and Sir Adam Bostock were married in an unknown place.1
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018 08:00:13

Citations

  1. [S5827] Harleian 1424 fo. 23b. Harleian 1505 fo. 21b

Biography

Sir Raph Bostock1

M, #6772, Deceased, b. 1392, d. 1424

Parents

Families

Family 1: Isabel Lawton

Family 2: Isabel Lawton

Main Events

  • Birth: Sir Raph Bostock was born in 1392.2
  • Biography: He fought with Henry V, at one time under Sir Richard Hastings and again under the Duke of Exeter in France; he took out Letters of Protection on 17 July 1415. He was knighted in France 2 H V when in retinue of Thomas Beaufort, the said Duke of Exeter. It seems too that he was at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415.
    I think that this must be the same Ralph who was called as a witness to the famous dispute about arms between the Grosvenors and the Leghs. Strange guy this Ralph, as it looks like he was also in trouble with Sir William Atherton after trespassing on the other's lands.
    Burke's Landed Gentry has his death at 1418-19. [:CR:].
  • Residence: He resided about 1400.3
  • Occupation: He was an Archer Captain.
  • Death: He died in 1424, at age ~32.
  • Marriage: Sir Raph Bostock and Isabel Lawton were married before 1433.
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018 08:00:37

Citations

  1. [S562] Visitation of Cheshire 1580 Harl 1424 Fo 25 1505 Fo 23
  2. [S917] A. J. BOSTOCK, History of the Bostock Family, Source Element: R3-8275
  3. [S784] Date estimated on 25 year generations.

Biography

Henry Bostock

M, #6773, Deceased

Parents

Family

Main Events

  • Residence: Henry Bostock resided in Huxley & Tatenhall about 1400.1
  • Marriage: Henry Bostock and Alice Brett were married in an unknown place.
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018 08:00:37

Citations

  1. [S784] Date estimated on 25 year generations.

Biography

Hugh Bostock

M, #6774, Deceased

Parents

Main Events

  • Biography: He was the progenitor of the Bostocks of Hassall, and Moreton Say, Salop. He was named in the award of the Abbot of St Albans in 1434. [:CR:].
  • Residence: Hugh Bostock resided in 1434.

Biography

William Laughton1

M, #6775, Deceased

Family

Family:

Main Events

  • Biography: His arms were Argent, a Fess between three cross crosslets fitchees, Sable. [:CR:].
  • Residence: William Laughton resided in Wyglond.

Citations

  1. [S917] A. J. BOSTOCK, History of the Bostock Family, Source Element: R3-8275

Biography