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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Bell 369368

369368. Lord John Troutbeck & 369369. Margaret Husle {Bell}

~1400, John born in England, s/o 738736. William Troutbeck & 738737. Joanna Rixton.

~1410, Margaret born in England; d/o 738738. Thomas Hulse.

1432, Margaret daughter and heir of Thomas de Holes, then wife of John Troutbek, made proof of her age. (S) A History of the County of Hertford, V2, 1908.

1439, “Writ … William Troutbeck, of Chester, gentleman, John Troutbeck of Brunscath, gentleman, and others to appear and answer at London as proxies, attornies, ...”. Sessional Papers, House of commons, 1902, P301.

2/1/1440, “John Troutbek, Chamberlain of Chester” witnessed a gift John del Dedwode.

1440, John married Margaret; and in right of his wife he became Sergeant of the Bridge Gate of Chester, Lord of Little Neston, Oxton, Raby, Barnston and Brunstath.

10/4/1445, “Grant … John Troutbek and wife Margery … Manors of Mobberley and Brimstage, 185 mess., 40 tofts, 5 mills, 1 dove cote, 2,000a. land, 200a. meadow, 1,000a. pasture, 1,000a. moor, 200a. wood, £7.6.8d. rents in Raby Neston, Pickmere, Cogshall, Kinderton, Newton by Clive and Chester. Which premises (1) received by fine levied in the king's court at Chester. Granted to (2) for lives with remainder successively to William, son of (2), and his heirs, then to heirs of (2), then to heirs of Margery. (S) UKNA.

10/1450, “John Troutbeck esq, Chamberlain of Chester” witnessed a grant of Thomas Beston. (S) UKNA.

1450, John signed “A defence of the liberties of the Earldom of Chester” addressed to the king by the citizens of Chester. (S) English Historical Documents 1327–1485, Douglas, P553.

6/2/1449, “Quitclaim. (1) Ellen, daughter of Robert del Mere, (2) Joan, wid. of William Troutbek, esq., and John their son.” (S) UKNA.

5/24/1453, John witnessed a grant of Hamon Mascy of Rixton. (S) UKNA. [Note John’s mother is a “Riston”.]

1455, by a fine levied …, between John Troutbeck, Esq. and Margery his wife, plaintiffs; …; whereby the manor of Oxeye Richard was settled on John and Margery.

1456, Margery died.

9/23/1459, John slain at the battle of Blore Heath in Shorpshire.

(S) Plantagenet Ancestry, Richardson, P716. (S) Notes & Queries, 1869, P369. (S) The History of the Hundred of Wirral, Mortimer, 1847, P210.

Child of John and Margery:

i. William Troutbeck (184684), born 7/20/1432 in England.

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