Margery Cotton Baroness Kinderton
- Born: Abt 1353, Rudheathe, Cheshire, England
- Marriage: Sir Hugh Venables of Kinderton, Sheriff of Cheshire 713,721
~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol III, p. 199. called the only daughter of Hugh de Cotton, and sister of Hugh de Coton of Rudheth, and a widow by 11 Richard II (1398)713
~Boyer's Ancestors of Robert Abell, p. 255, calls her Sir Hugh Venerable's second wife. The line continues with the children of Margery de Cotton. 721
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 713
Hugh de Venerables succeeded his fahter as the baron of Kinderton. He was Sheriff, 2 Richard II, 1378, orbit, 3 Richard II, Inquisition took place in 3 Richard II. His first wife was Margery, only daughter of Hugh de Cotton and sister of Hugh de Coton of Rudheth, who was a widow in 11 Richard II. Their children were:
• Sir Richard de Venables, married to Isabel, daughter of Rawlin de Langton of Newton
• Thomas de Venables of Horton, in Hartford, ancestor of the Venables of Agden.
• William de Venables, constable of the castle of Chester, 5 henry IV, had a grant of the fee of Golborne, 6 Henry V. He was the Baron of Kinderton, by grant of King, but settled the barony on his nephew Hugh, son of Sir Richard. He was with Henry IV in South Wales during Blendower's invasion.
• Margery de Venables, wife of Richard Bulkeley of Chedle in Cheshire, and later wife to Randle Mainwaring of Peover, living 3 Henry IV.
~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol III, p. 199
Margery married Sir Hugh Venables of Kinderton, Sheriff of Cheshire, son of Sir Hugh de Venables 10th Baron of Kinderton and Katherine Houghton 713.,721 (Sir Hugh Venables of Kinderton, Sheriff of Cheshire was born in Kinderton, Chester, England and died in 1382-1383 in Kinderton, Chester, England 721.)