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Eustace de Arderne
(Abt 1165-Bef 1221)
Richard de Aldford
(Abt 1165-)
Sir John de Arderne Knight
(-After 1229)
Margaret de Aldford
(1195-)
Sir Walkelin de Arderne Knight
(1215-Abt 1265)

 

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Agnes de Orreby

Sir Walkelin de Arderne Knight

  • Born: 1215, Aldford, Cheshire, England
  • Marriage: Agnes de Orreby 713
  • Died: Abt 1265, Chester, Cheshire, England about age 50 713

bullet  General Notes:


~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol. II, p. 85, Sir Walkelyn de Arderne, knight, Jusitce of Cest. son and heir in or ante, 1237-1238, ob. cir. 1265, Vol III, pps. 548, 566, Sir Walklin de Arderne, Knight, Justice of Chester, and Lord of Aldeford, married Agnes, daughter and heir of Sir Philip de Orreby, knight, lord of Elford, Staffordshire. 713

Weis' Ancestral Roots . . ., 150:29, Agnes de Orreby, only daughter of Philip de Orreby and Leuca de Mohaut, m. Sir Walkelin de Arderne, Knight, seen 1235/6, dl abt 1230, Justiciar of Chester. 160

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 863
Sir Walkelyn de Arderene, Knight, son and heir of Sir John, succeeded his father as Lord of Aldford in or before 1237/8. This is shown by his grant to Richard de Sondbache, who was a military tenant of Aldford, during the Justiciaryship of Sir Richard Draicote. Sir Walkelyn is recorded in the Cheshire Domesday Roll, 2 Jun 1233, as sitting in the Court of Chester with Earl John and his barons, and then had place between roger de Meinilgarin and William de Malpas. He is also recorded, Nov. 1236, as presiding in the court, "loco Comitis, eo die," the Abbot of Chester and the barons of Kinderton, Dunham and Montalt, being also present. Again in 1244/5, he is recorded as presiding along with the Constable of Chester Castle.

In 1253, Walkelyn de Arderne had a grant for a market, fair and free warren in Aldford and Alderley in Cheshire, and Elleford in Staffordshire. About 1255, Walkelyn appears to have often been in attendance to the court at Windsor, and as a witness to almost all the Charters on the Roll, and was last cited in 41 Henry III. After this, the manor of Alvandelegh was given by Sir Walkelyn de Arderne, to Peter de Arderne, his son and heir, and to Peter's heirs.

~Ormerod's Parentalia, p.81-82


Walkelin married Agnes de Orreby, daughter of Sir Phillip de Orreby Knight and Leuca de Mohaut.713 (Agnes de Orreby was born in 1233 in Elford, Stafford, England and died in 1240 in Aldford, Cheshire, England.)


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