Sir Roger de Swynnerton Knight, Lord of Swynnerton
- Marriage: Johanna de Hastang 732
- Died: Abt 1298, Swynnerton, , Staffordshire, England 732
~ The Visitation of Cheshire, 1580, p.201, shows Roger de Swinerton, son of Sir Roger de Swinerton and Jane de Hastang. Roger is shown married to Matilda and the father of Sir Thomas de Swinerton. 710
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Roger de Swynnerton, so of Stephen de Swynnerton of Isewall, grandson and heir of John de Swynnerton, husband of Margery. Shortly after he became the Lord of Swynnerton, he was sued in 1285 by Roger de Puleston and other for half the manor of Swynnerton, claiming they were heirs of John de Swynnerton. John de Swynnerton's widow, Muriel, was a defendant along with Roger. The judgment must have been in favor of Roger in 1288 by fine. He was a knight ad eligendum in 1292/93 and a coroner. In 1294, he was an assessor and collector of a tenth.
Sir Roger married a second time to Joan (Plea Roll, 27 Edward I is cited in H.C.S, vol. vii, pp. 19, 20, by Canon Bridgeman, and on the pedigree in the Ashmolean collection, that Joan was the daughter of Robert de Hastang of Chebsey). He died on or before 8 Feb 1298, and his wife Joan, survived him as his widow.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition,(Swynnerton), Vol. XIIA, pp. 584-585
Roger married Johanna de Hastang, daughter of Sir Robert de Hastang and Joan de Curli.732 (Johanna de Hastang died after 1298-1299 in Staffordshire, England.)