4221730. Sir Warin de Maynwaring & 4221731. Agnes Ardern
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Agnes born in England, d/o §Sir Peter de Arderne & Margery ?.
Had. de Hardeswell did not pay anything from the wardship of the manor of Wermington, which had been in his hands, because Warin de Maynwaring, the heir, had not attained his majority. (S) Lancashire and Cheshire, Past and Present, 1807, P333.
Bef. 5/29/1289, Warin conveyed 2 manors in Cheshire to John de Arderne.
5/31/1289, Warin died. “Warin de Menwarin alias de Meynwaring: Norfolk, Cheshire.” (S) UKNA, IPM. Warin held several manors in Cheshire of mesne lords, but in the county of Norfolk he held lands of the crown in chief. [IPM, Norfolk: … held of the king as of the honour of Cestre by service of 1 knight’s fee … His daughters, Joan aged 5, Margery aged 3 and more, and Maud aged ½ year and more, are his next heirs. IPM: Chester: … Wernyngeham … Moston … Little Wereford and Tetton … Lady Agnes, wife of the said Warin, has dower in a third part of all of the above.]
7/3/1289, Order to assign dower to Agnes, late the wife of Warin de Menwarin, upon her taking oath not to marry without the king’s licence. … The manor of Wremingham, co. Chester, which belonged to Waryn de Meynwarin, … (S) Calendar of Close Rolls.
4/2/1301, “Creditor: The Lady Agnes de Meynwaring, and William Trussell, the Younger.” (S) UKNA.
1303, Agnes de Meynwaring listed in a complaint by the king of trespasses likely to injure the inheritiance of the Prince of Wales. (S) Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 1905, P45.
10/13/1306, “Creditor: The Lady Agnes de Meynwaring, and William Trussell, the Younger.” (S) UKNA.
5/14/1307, “Creditor: The Lady Agnes de Meynwaring, and William Trussell, the Younger … £300.” (S) UKNA.
2/27/1308, Licence for William Trussel the younger and Matilda, his wife, to grant the manor of Wermyngton and the advowson … of her inheritance … to Agnes, late the wife of Warin de Maynwaryn, for life. (S) CPRs.
(S) Studies in English Legal History, Plucknett, 1983, P-ii.
• Maud, daughter and heir of Warin de Manwarin. (S) The Judges of England, V3, Foss, 1851.
• 1/22/1295, Writ to the escheator of co. of Chester … Inq. [of Robert de Wunington alias de Wyninton] … The manor, … the other moiety held by the courtesy of England after the death of Margery his wife of the heirs of Sir Warin de Meywaring for knight’s fee. (S) Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem
Children of Warin and Agnes:
i. Joan Mainwaring, born 1284 in England.
ii. Margery Mainwaring, born 1286 in England.
iii. Maud Mainwaring (2110865), born 1288 in England. [Heir]