Sir Hugh Cotton Knight, Lord of Coton


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Elizabeth Tittenlegh

Sir Hugh Cotton Knight, Lord of Coton

  • Marriage: Elizabeth Tittenlegh 713,721

bullet  General Notes:

~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol III, pg. 414, Sir Hugh Coton, knight, lord of Coton was alive during the reign of Henry III, 1216-1272. Ormerod names his sons as Sir Hugh de Cotton, knight of St. John of Jerusalem, Alan de Cotn, bother and heir of Sir Hugh, who married Margaret daughter of Roger de Acton, and William de Coton, dean of Worcester Cathedral. 713

~Boyer'Ancestors of Robert Bell, pg. 68-69, cites Eyton & states that Hugh de Cotton is not found in the Antiquities of Shropshire. Boyer also cites Joseph Morris in his Shropshire Genealogies;, which says that Sir Hugh de Coton. knight, was the son of Roger de Coeton, alias Roger de Cotton.721

Hugh married Elizabeth Tittenlegh 713.,721 (Elizabeth Tittenlegh was born in Ttitenlegh, Cheshire, Eng;amd.)

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