My Maternal Twenty Fourth Great Grandfather, Henry le Boteler of Warrington

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Birth: 1254
Warrington
Warrington Unitary Authority
Cheshire, England

Death: 1297
Warrington
Warrington Unitary Authority
Cheshire, England

Henry was the son of William le Boteler and Dionysia de Lostock.
His name appears in records from 1261 until his death in 1297. In 1297, he was called to parliament as Henry le Boteler, and returned knight of the shire of Lancashire. When parliament is called the next year, his name does not appear. Also in the same year, Richard le Boteler of Merton granted lands to Henry’s widow, “dña Isabella quondam uxor Henrici le Boteler.” Isabella, Henry’s wife was the daughter of the first Richard le Boteler of Merton, and therefore a first cousin once removed to her husband Henry.
Children of Henry and Isabella le Boteler were:
William le Boteler, eldest son, and heir of his grandfather to the barony of Warrington. Norman, referred to in the Walley Coucher Book, on page 425
A daughter, who married Richard Radclyffe.
Sir John le Boteler

Family links:
Parents:
William le Boteler (1228 – 1303)

Spouse:
Isabella le Boteler le Boteler (1255 – 1330)

Children:
Lord William le Boteler (1276 – 1330)

St. Elphin Churchyard, Warrington, Lancashire, England

Burial:
St Elphin Churchyard
Warrington
Warrington Unitary Authority
Cheshire, England
Plot: The Queen’s Lancashire Regiment Chapel
Created by: Mad
Record added: Apr 05, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 88083192

 

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