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Roger Mainwaring

Christian de Birtles

  • Born: Abt 1260, Cheshire, England
  • Marriage: Roger Mainwaring 713,720

bullet  General Notes:

~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol III, p. 710, has a pedigree chart for the Birthles of Birtles. The family begins with John de Birtheles, als. de Asthull. John's son Henry de Birthelis, als. Byrchel, als. Birchelis, living circa 1250 and occuring I Edw. I and 1276, is a very possible father for Christian. His wife was also named Cristian. Ormerod says that this Christian was likely Henry's second wife and not mother of the issue listed. She sued for dower in 17 Edw. I. Christian Birtles is not listed on the pedigree, yet given the date and name, I am guessing that Cristian who married Roger Mainwarning is the daughter of Henry and Cristian. Of course, Henry's wife could be the same Cristian Birtles, except that Roger's wife married twice after Roger twice after Roger, and it is possible that she married four times. 713

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 713
Roger Mainwaring, son and heir of William, married Christian de Birtles, and had a son named William. They also had a daughter named Joan who married Robert de Fallybrome nigh Birtles, by whom she had sons Robert, Joha and Roger.

Roger died in the life-time of his father, and his widow, Christiana married John de Byrun, and then Robert de Varnon. His son William became the heir to Roger's father, also named William.

~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol I, p. 478

Christian married Roger Mainwaring, son of William Mainwaring and Unknown 713.,720 (Roger Mainwaring was born about 1260 over Peover, Rostherne, Chesire, England.)

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