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Sir Thomas de Dutton Lord of Dutton
(Bef 1220-Bef 1290)
Philippa de Standon
(-After 1294)
Sir Urian de St. Pierre Knight
(Abt 1220-1200/1300)
Idonea de Malpas
(-Bef 1295)
Sir Hugh de Dutton Knight. Lord of Dutton
(Abt 1230-1294)
Joan de St. Pierre
(-After 1298)
Sir Hugh de Dutton Knight, Lord of Dutton
(1276-1326)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Isabel de Mascy

2. Joanna de Holand

Sir Hugh de Dutton Knight, Lord of Dutton

  • Born: 8 Dec 1276, Dutton, Cheshire, England 169
  • Baptized: 9 Dec 1276, Great Budworth 169,761
  • Marriage (1): Isabel de Mascy
  • Marriage (2): Joanna de Holand in Lancashire, England 169,713,934
  • Died: 1326, Dutton, Cheshire, England at age 50 169

bullet  General Notes:

~Genealogy of the Dutton family of Pennsylvania, compiled by Gilbert Cope, printed in 1871, p.17, he was made Steward of Halton about a year before his death. 169

~Memorials of the Duttons of Dutton. Ch. IV, p. 13, says that Hugh de Dutton, son of Sir Hugh de Dutton, had the first recorded baptism when he was baptized at the Great Budworth Church the day after he was born. 761

~The Coucher Book of Chartulary of Whalley Abbey, Vol. I , p. 19, Hugh de Dutton, son and heir of his father, Steward of halton, 24 Dec 20 Edward II. He married Joan, daughter of Sir Robert Holland of Holland, Lancashire. Their children were: Thomas de Dutton; William de Dutton, parson of Thornton 22 Edward III; Geffrey de Dutton; and Robert de Dutton. Hugh de Dutton died 1 Edward III, A.D. 1326, and was succeeded by his son Thomas de Dutton. 823

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 169,713
Sir Hugh Dutton, of Dutton, Knight, son and heir of Sir Hugh Dutton, born the eighth day of December, 5 Edward I, 1276, at Dutton and baptized at Great Budworth the following day. He sued the Prior of Norton, before Adam Burum and Nicolas Gruchundelee, Commissaries of the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, at the Visitation of the Arch-Deanery of Chester, Annon Domini 1315, for not finding a Chaplain and Lamp at Roosey Chappel, according to the original Grant, which he there produced; and John Olton, then Prior, confessed the same, and was ordered to find them. This Priory was the Order of St. Augustine.

He married Joan, daughter of Sir Robert Holland, of Holland in Lancashire, and had issue, Thomas Dutton, son and heir; William, Parson of Thornton, 22 Edward 3, Geffrey Dutton, and Robert Dutton. This Sir Hugh was made Steward of Halton, 24 December, 20 Edward 2, and died I Edward 3, 1326, at the age of fifty years.

Joan, his widow, afterwards married Edmund Talbot, of Bashall; and after, to Sir John Ratcliff, of Urdeshall, in Lancashire, living 11 Edward 3 and 20 Edward 3.

~The Duttons of Dutton, p. 17
~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol I, pp. 645-646


Hugh married Isabel de Mascy, daughter of Hamon de Mascy and Mary de Beauchamp.


Hugh next married Joanna de Holand, daughter of Sir Robert de Holand Knight and Elizabeth de Samlesbury, in Lancashire, England 169,713.,934 (Joanna de Holand was born about 1285 and died after 1347.)


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