Waryn de Burwardslegh Lord of Burwardeslegh
- Born: Staffordshire, England 713
- Marriage: Unknown
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 713
~Ormerod's History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, vol. III, p. 37, "Bromley of Baddington" Pedigree, Waryn de Burwardslegh, lord of the manor of Burwardeslegh, Staffordshire, living during the reign of King John of England. His children that are show are:
Roger, lord of Burwarsley, married Emma, died s.p.
Sir Walter de Bromley, Knight, married _____, first daughter and heir of _______de Bromley
Matilda de Burwardslegh, wife of _____ Beysin, by whom she had issue Waryn de Beysin
Alice de Burwardslegh, wife of Sir Richard Legh
• Background Information. 784
The family of Bromley, anciently written Bromlegh, is descended from Sir Walter Bromleghe, of Bromleghe, in Staffordshire, Knight, who was living during the reign of King John (1199-1216). His descendent flourish in the counties of Chester. He married Alice, the eldest sister and one of the heirs of Roger de Burwardeslegh, son of Warin de Burwardenslegh, lord of the manor of Estelegh, Staffordshire.
Walter and Alice had a son Galfridus de Bromlegh. Galfridus died in 21 Edward I and was followed by his son Richard Bromlegh, who was in turn followed by his son Robert.
Alice and Roger de Burwardeslegh had a sister who was married to John de Ipstones, whose son, also named John, died without issue in 21 Edward I. This left Walter's and Alice's son Galfridus the heir to John Ipstones.
~Collins's Complete Peerage, Vol. VII, p. 247