Sir Thomas Davenport of Davenport, knight, was the son of Roger Davenport and Mary Salemon, he married, first, Agnes de Macclesfield, daughter of Thomas de Macclesfield, who was born in 1287. She was the mother of his children. His second wife was Roesia de Vernon, daughter of Ralph de Vernon, and widow of Sir William de Brereton. Sir Thomas died in 1320, and his widow survived him in 1322.
Children of Thomas and Agnes
Sir John Davenport of Davenport, knight, married first wife in 1301, Margery, daughter of Sir William Brereton, by Roesia his wife, daughter of Sir Ralph Vernon. She was the mother of his issue. His second wife was Agnes de Bradford. Sir John founded a chantry in the Chapel of Marton, in 1343, which was dissolved after the Reformation. His second wife survived him, and was remarried to Robert Massey, senior, of Sale, in 1358.
Thomas Davenport de Wheltrough Davenport, Senior
Peter, Davenport, who assumed the name of Denton in 1329
Roger Davenport, who had lands in Whittington, by gift of his father and elder brother Roger.
Roger de Davenport (1226 - 1291)
John de Davenport (1285 - 1360)*
Ellen de Davenport (1245 - 1279)*
Henry de Davenport (1257 - ____)*
Thomas de Davenport (1261 - 1320)
St Peter Churchyard
Cheshire East Unitary Authority
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Record added: Dec 10, 2010
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