John SAVAGE of Clifton, Knt. 1
- Born: Est 1405, Clifton, Cheshire, England
- Married: Before 1423
- Died: 29 Jun 1463
- Buried: St. Michael's and All Angels Churchyard, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
John Savage, Knt., of Clifton, Macclesfield, Brereton, and Great and Little Barrow, Cheshire, Tean (in Checkley), Staffordshire, etc., Bailiff of the Forest of Macclesfield, Chamberlain of Middlewich, born about 1401—10 (aged 40 and more in 1450, styled "junior" in 1442 and 1446).
In 1438 he was pardoned by the king, being then styled esquire and gentleman. In 1446 he successfully sued his half-brother, Richard Peshale, Esq., for the manor of Rushton Spencer and the advowson of Checkley, Staffordshire, half of the manor of Dore, Derbyshire, and 20 marks of rent from the manor of Draycot, Staffordshire. 2
John married Eleanor BRERETON, daughter of Sir William BRERETON, Knt. and Anylla DE VENABLES, before 1423.