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Robert de Grelle
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Margaret de Eland
(-After 1235)
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(Abt 1320-)
Loretta Grelley


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John del Booth

Loretta Grelley

  • Marriage: John del Booth about 1292 in Barton, Lancashire, England 826

bullet   Another name for Loretta is Lorreta de Barton.

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 826
Gilbert, the eldest son of William and Cecily, was a minor in 1220 at the death of his grandmother Edith, but had livery of his lands two years later. He adopted Barton as a surname, and was made a knight. He fell into the hands of Aaron, the Jew of York, and parted with large portions of his lands, and finally sold his great lordship to Robert Grelley his feudal superior. This sale was confirmed by his son John. Gilbert retained or regained the manor of Barton, but this was given to his daughter Agnes, perhaps in view of her marriage with a Grelley, and her daughter and heir Loretta by marriage with John del Booth, about 1292, carried it into a family which, as Booth of Barton, retained it for 300 years.

~ A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4, pp. 363-376

Loretta married John del Booth, son of Thomas del Booth and Unknown, about 1292 in Barton, Lancashire, England.826

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