738736. Lord William Troutbeck & 738737. Joanna Riston~1380, Joanna born in England, d/o §William Riston, esq.
1412, Prince Henry commissoned William Troutbeck Chamberlain of Chester.
By purchase, William became Lord of Dunham-on-the-Hill, near Helsby.
2/22/1414, “… a signet letter … to William Troutbeck, Chamberlain of Chester.” (S) UKNA.
8/1415, William in King Henry V’s force of 10000 landing at the mouth of the Seine.
9/22/1415, William with Henry V at the siege-conquest of Harfleur.
10/25/1415, William led the Chesire archers at the battle of Agincourt.
1415, William Troutbeck came to own a third of Dunham after the death of the Earl of Arundel at Agincourt. (S) Chesire magazine.
11/1/1431, “Debtor: John Tippup … Reply of William Troutbeck, Chancellor of the County Palatine of Lancs.: …”. (S) UKNA.
12/18/1431, “…William Troutbeck, esq. Manor of Little Budworth with appurtenances, lands and tenements in Little Neston, Hargrave and elsewhere in Cheshire …”. (S) UKNA.
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.
6/2/1449, “Quitclaim. (1) Ellen, daughter of Robert del Mere, (2) Joan, wid. of William Troutbek, esq., and John their son.” (S) UKNA.
(S) Notes & Queries, 1869, P369.
Child of William and Joanna:
i. John Troutbeck (369368), born ~1400 in England.
ii. Elizabeth Troutbeck, born ? in England.
Elizabeth 1st married Sir Hugh Veneables.
Elizabeth married Robert Knolles of North Mimms, heir and s/o Thomas Knolles & Isabel ?.
11/28/1458, Elizabeth died before Robert. (S) Inscription on Memorial Brass at St. Marys’s Church.