Sir Walkelin DE ARDERNE
(Abt 1215-Abt 1265)
Agnes DE ORREBY
(-)
Sir Peter DE ARDERNE of Aldford
(-1292)
Margery
(-)
Agnes ARDERNE
(-Aft 1308)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Sir Warin MAINWARING of Warmincham

Agnes ARDERNE

  • Married:
  • Died: After 27 Feb 1308

  General Notes:

Compiler's 20/22 x great-grandmother

  Research Notes:

3 Jul 1289, Westminster

To Reginald de Grey, justiciary of Chester. Order to assign dower to Agnes, late the wife of Warin de Menwarin, tenant in chief, upon her taking oath not to marry without the king's licence.

Calendar of Close Rolls, 17 Edw. I, pp. 14, 23

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4 Aug 1291, Berwick-on-Tweed

To Malcolm de Harle, escheator beyond Trent. Order to cause dower to be assigned to Agnes, late the wife of Warin Maynwaryn, tenant in chief, from Warin's knights' fees.

Calendar of Close Rolls, 19 Edw. I, p. 175

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29 Apr 1305, Chester, Cheshire

Charter, 55. Agreement between Thomas (de Burchells), abbot of Chester, on the one part, and Agnes (de Arderne), widow of Sir Warin Mainwaring, and William, son of Sir William Trussell, and Matilda, wife of the younger William, daughter and heiress of the said Warin, on the other part, to divide a disputed heath lying between the abbot's manors of Eastham and Childer Thornton and the manor of Willaston belonging to the said Agnes, etc., in the proportion of two to one, the shares to adjoin their respective manors. While the heath remains untilled, both parties are to, retain common of pasture, etc., over it, but neither is to dig, take peat or make any sale, gift or agistment in the share assigned to the other. If the heath is ever taken into cultivation, the said Agnes, etc., may enclose one acre for every two acres enclosed by the abbot and convent, but shall not so approve any part of their share until the abbot or his successors have made an approvement in theirs.

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27 Feb 1308, Westminster

Licence for William Trussel the younger and Matilda, his wife, to grant the manor of Wermyngton and the advowson of the church of that place, held in chief, which are of her inheritance, to Agnes, late the wife of Warin de Maynwaryn, for life.

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw. II, vol. 1, p. 47

  Marriage Information:

Agnes married Sir Warin MAINWARING of Warmincham, son of Sir Thomas MAINWARING. (Warin MAINWARING was born Est 1230 in Warmingham, Cheshire, England and died shortly before 20 Jun 1289 in Warmingham, Cheshire, England.)


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