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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Lord Richard le Molyneux & Margery de Charnok

 11817134. Lord Richard le Molyneux & 11817135. Margery de Charnok

~1245, Richard de Molineus born in Lancashire, England, s/o 23634268. Sir William de Molyneux.

11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]

9/15/1276, John de Nerthall v. … Roger de Molyneus, Agnes his wife, Richard de Molineus, …, Alan de Molyneus, … re 12 acres of wood and 12 acres of moor and heath in Sutton. (S) Lancashire Assize Rolls, 1903, Roll 405.

1289, Richard’s father died.

1292, Richard holding Sefton, Lancashire, involved in multiple suits.

1295, Robert son of Robert Branch granted to Richard de Molyneux an oxgang of land in Lunt. (S)

1297, Richard de Molyneux rendered 20s. for Down Litherland, and 2 tenants did suit.

6/1298, IPM of Edmund the King’s brother. … Lancaster: … Dunlythl(ond). Richard le Mol’ of Sefton renders 20s. for Dunlythl(ond), and 2 tenants do suit. … 1/2 knight’s fee held by Richard le Molineus of Cefton. … (S) CIsPM.

2/26/1299, Richard of Molineus, lord of Sefton, and William of Aintree -- concerning the bounds between Sefton and Aintre … (S) UKNA.

1301, Gilbert son of William de Aintree brought a writ of novel disseisin against her [Emma de Aintree – Gilbert’s niece], but did not prosecute it. Then Alice, widow of Henry de Aintree, claimed dower in certain lands held by Emma; Richard de Molyneux, her grandfather, Simon de Balderston, and Emma widow of William de Aintree being joined as defendants, the grandfather in his capacity of guardian to Emma (2954283), who was a minor.

1318, Richard de Molyneux of Sefton, granted his younger son Peter certain lands, together with the water-mill in 'the Netherton.' (S) A Hist. of the Co. of Lancaster: V3, 1907, Netherton.

1320, Richard died.

(S) Hist. of Lancaster, V3, 1907, Lunt, & Litherland, & Sefton. (S) Hist. of Lancaster, V7, 1912, Little Eccleston-with-Larbreck.

Children of William and Emma:

i. Agnes de Molyneux (5908567), born ~1270 in Lancashire, England.

ii. William de Molyneux, born ? in England.

12/1/1320, Quitclaim: John of Derlegh … Witn; William Molyneux of Sefton, Matthew of Haydock, then bailiff of Derby, Richard Molyneux of Crosseby, … Robert Molyneux of Thorneton, … (S) UKNA.

1327, William charged to engage men in this hundred to serve in the Scottish war.

Bef. 6/29/1336, William died.

Son: Richard de Molyneux (d.4/6/1363.), his son William having predeceased him in 1358, his grandson William his heir.

iii. Peter de Molyneux, born ? in England.

1302, Adam, son of Margery de Lunt, granted to Peter, son of Richard de Molyneux, all his land in the vill of Sefton, lying in the Lunt, at a rent of 1d.

10/27/1318, Between Peter, son of Richard Le Molineus, of Sefton, plaintiff, by John de Blakeburn, put in his place by the King's writ, and Margery, daughter of Robert Gogh, deforciant of a messuage, 1 oxgang and 1½ acres of land in Ins. (S) Final Concords for Lancashire, Pt2, 1902, No.93.

1327, Richard son of Adam the Judge … quitclaimed to Peter de Molyneux his right in one oxgang in the vill of Litherland.

1349, William son of Peter de Molyneux and Margery, Anabel, Agnes, Joan, and Emma, daughters of Peter, regranted to their father the lands they had had from him in the vills of Litherland and Orrell.


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