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(1241-1291)
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(1200-1269)
Emma de Audley
(1224-After 1278)
Sir John de Arderne Knight
(Abt 1266-Abt 1308)
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(1261-1314)
Sir John de Arderne Knight
(1286-1349)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Alice Venables

2. Ellen de Wasteneys

Sir John de Arderne Knight

  • Born: 1286, Alvanley, Cheshire, England
  • Marriage (1): Alice Venables 865
  • Marriage (2): Ellen de Wasteneys 713
  • Died: 1349-1350, Aldford, Cheshire, England at age 63 713

bullet  General Notes:


~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol III, pg. 522. Vol. II, pg. 85, Sir John de Arderne of Aldford and Alvanley, knight, son and heir. Inq. p.m. 23 Edward III 713

~Weis' Ancestral Roots. . . Sir John de Arderne, Knight of Alford and Eford, Knight of the Shire of Stafford, 1324, held manors of Stockport, Poynton and Woodford, m. 1st Alice de Venables, daughter of Hugh de Venables, Baron of Kinderton. 160

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 863
Sir John Arderne, son and heir of Sir John and Margaret, was among the knights summoned from Staffordshire to attend the Great Council at Westminster, and in the following year was Commissioner of Array for Cheshire. He had married three times in his life. His first wife was:

Alice daughter of Sir Hugh Venables, of Kinderton, contracted wife in 1 Edward II, 1307/8. Their children were, John Arderne, the eldest son and heir apparent. This John was born before 1330, as his father then occurs as John Arderne, Senior, in a fine along with his second wife Joan. John married Cicely de Eton, daughter of his stepmother. Another son was Peter de Arderne, the ancestor of the Alvanley line. Evidence was given by the Inquision post mortem 23 Edward III, finding Peter son and heir of Sir John Arderne and his wife Alice Venables. They had a daughter named Margaret, who was contracted to the wife of Nicholas de Eton, son and heir apparent of her father's second wife, in 4 Edward III.

John Arderne's second wife was Joan de Stokeport, with whom he had no children. Joan died in 1332. His third wife was Ellena Wastney.

~Ormerod's Parentalia, p. 85-87


John married Alice Venables, daughter of Sir Hugh de Venables 8th Baron of Kinderton and Agatha de Vernon of Shipbrook.865


John next married Ellen de Wasteneys, daughter of William Wasteneys and Cecily de Arderne. 713 (Ellen de Wasteneys was born in 1310 in Colton, Staffordshire, England and died on 13 Jul-23 Dec 1349 in Aldford, Cheshire, England 713.)


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