The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Thomas Worthington and Elizabeth Ridgely




Husband Thomas Worthington 1

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         Father: Captain John Worthington (1650-1701) 2
         Mother: Sarah Howard (      -1726) 2 3


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Wife Elizabeth Ridgely 1

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         Father: Captain Henry Ridgely III (1669-1700) 1 4 5
         Mother: Catherine Greenberry (      -      ) 1 4




Children
1 F Ann Worthington 1

           Born: 1713
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2 F Sarah Worthington 1 6

           Born: 2 Feb 1715
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         Spouse: Capt. Basil Dorsey (of Caleb) (1705-1763) 7 8


3 F Elizabeth Worthington 1 9

           Born: 6 Oct 1717 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
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           Died: Jan 1776
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         Spouse: Colonel Henry Dorsey (1712-1770) 9 10 11
           Marr: 31 Jul 1735 - Christ Church, Queen Caroline Parish, Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)


4 F Katherine Worthington 1

           Born: 1720
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         Spouse: Major Nicholas Gassaway (      -      ) 1


5 F Rachel Ridgely Worthington 1

           Born: 1722
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6 F Thomasine Worthington 1

           Born: 1724
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7 M Hon. Brice Thomas Beale Worthington 1

           Born: 1727
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8 F Ariana Worthington 1

           Born: 1729
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9 M Thomas Worthington 12

           Born: 1731
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10 M Hon. Major Nicholas Worthington 1 13

           Born: 29 Mar 1734
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           Died: 1 Nov 1793
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         Spouse: Catherine Griffith (      -      ) 1



Research Notes: Husband - Thomas Worthington

Second son of Captain John Worthington.

From Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, p. 153:

Thomas and Elizabeth Worthington bought "Broome" and "Wardridge" of Henry Ridgely, third, and resided there. It bordered upon "Hockley", and upon it are both the Ridgely and Worthington graveyards

From that old homestead went forth to Elk Ridge, the following daughters, whose histsory belongs to Howard County: Sarah Worthington--Basil Dorsey, born at Hockley; Elizabeth--Henry Dorsey, of Joshua and Ann Ridgely; Katherine--Major Nicholas Gassaway, of Colonel Nicholas, of South River; Rachel Ridgely Worthington--Cornelius Howard, of Joseph, her neighbor; Thomasin--Alexander Warfield, of John; Ariana--Nicholas Watkins, Jr. All inherited portions of "Worthington Range," at Clarksville, and "Partnership," between Highland and Fulton.

The sons of Thomas and Elizabeth Ridgely Worthington remained in Anne Arundel.


Research Notes: Child - Sarah Worthington



Research Notes: Child - Hon. Brice Thomas Beale Worthington

From Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, p. 222:

At a meeting of the inhabitants of Anne Arundel [Maryland], on January 1775, the following were appointed upon the committee of observation, with full power to rule the county. They were Brice T. B. Worthington, John Hall, Matthias Hammond, Philemon Warfield, Nicholas Worthington, Thomas Jennings, Thomas Dorsey, John Hood, Jr., John Dorsey, Philip Dorsey, Ephraim Howard, Caleb Dorsey, Jr., Richard Stringer, Reuben Meriweather, Charles Warfield, Edward Gaither, Jr., Greenberry Ridgely, Ely Dorsey, John Burgess, Michael Pue, Edward Norwood, James Howard, Henry Ridgely, William Hammond, Thomas Hobbs, John Dorsey, son of Michael; Brice Howard, Edward Dorsey, son of John; Amos Davis, Elisha Warfield, John Dorsey, son of Severn John; Samuel Dorsey, son of Caleb; Joshua Griffith, Vachel Howard, Charles Hammond, son of John; Thomas Mayo.

On Friday, July 28th, Brice Thomas Beale Worthington was present for Anne Arundel and on Saturday, 29th, Matthias Hammond represented Anne Arundel.

"Resolved by the 'Association of Freemen,' on July 26, 1775, That four companies of Minute Men be raised in Anne Arundel, of sixty-eight men besides officers."

Thus was the ball set in motion for that year.


Burial Notes: Child - Thomas Worthington

Obituary from Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, p. 153:
"Last Monday morning, died at his plantation, about five miles from town, in the 63rd year, or grand climatical year, of his age, Mr. Thomas Worthington, who, for many years past, and to the time of his death, was one of the representatives for this county in the Lower House of the Assembly. He served his country with a steady and disinterested fidelity; was strictly honest in principle and practice, and, therefore, had the esteem of all that knew him. He was a good father and sincere friend; was frugal and industrious, and was possessed of many qualities which constituted the character of a good and sincere Christian."--(Maryland Gazette, 1753.)


William Ridgely and Elizabeth Ridgely




Husband William Ridgely 14

           Born: 1702 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
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           Died: Bef 11 Nov 1759 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
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         Father: Charles Ridgely "the Planter" (Abt 1670-1705)
         Mother: Deborah Dorsey (Abt 1685-Bef 1752) 15 16 17 18


       Marriage: Abt 1720 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)

Events

• Inherited: "White Wine and Claret," jointly with his brother Charles, from his grandfather Hon. John Dorsey, 1715, Baltimore Co., Maryland, (United States).




Wife Elizabeth Ridgely 19

           Born: 31 Mar 1702 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
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1 F Deborah Ridgely 20

           Born: Abt 1730 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
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         Spouse: Lancelot Dorsey [of Edward] (Abt 1731-1778) 11 21



Research Notes: Husband - William Ridgely

From The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland by J. D. Warfield (Baltimore, 1905), pp. 61-62:
[The will of Hon. John Dorsey reads, in part:]

'To my grandsons, Charles and William Ridgely, of Deborah, my tract called "White Wine and Claret," south side of the middle branch of the Patuxent. If they leave no issue, to go to Martha, Elinor and Edward Clagett...--JOHN DORSEY. (Seal).'
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From http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I31401 :

William Ridgeley AA Will written June 15, 1755 and probated 11nov 1759:
To son SAMUEL RIDGELY 20 shillings
To son WILLIAM RIDGELY part of White Wine and Claret on which my dwelling Plantation now stands, 50 acres Make Delight, tract called Silence in Frederick County
To son CHARLES RIDGELY, part of White Wine and Claret called Lower Body, also 5 other tracts in Frederick County, Hobson's Choice, Jone's Addition, Round About Hills, Paccoson, and Ridgely's Ridge
To daughters MARTHA, MARGARET, DEBORAH, ELIZABETH, now wives of Henry Gaither, Samuel Farmer, Lancelot Dorsey. Aquilla Duvall, 5 pounds current money.
Rest of estate not disposed of to be divided among 9 children namely:
WILLIAM, CHARLES, RACHEL, MARY, ELEANOR, ANN, SARAH, DELILAH, and ASENAH.
Exr's. John Ridgely and wife Elizabeth
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William Ridgeley 3.22 D AA £1064.15.0 Sep 13 1759
Sureties: Lewis Duvall, Greenbury Ridgeley.
Legatees: Martha (daughter), Margaret (daughter), Deborah (daughter), Elisabeth (daughter) wife of Henry Gaither, Samuel Farmer, Lancelot Dorsey, Aquilla Duvall, Samuel Ridgeley (son), William Ridgeley (son), Charles (son).
Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to 9 children (equally): William, Charles, Rachel, Mary, Eleanor, Ann, Sarah, Delilah, Asenah.
Executrix: Elisabeth Ridgley.


Research Notes: Child - Deborah Ridgely

Source: The Dorsey Family by Maxwell J. Dorsey, Jean Muir Dorsey and Nannie Ball Nimmo,2006, p. 145 & 149


Greenberry Ridgely and Harriet Talbott




Husband Greenberry Ridgely

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Wife Harriet Talbott 22

           Born: 18 Apr 1792
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           Died: 10 Apr 1872
         Buried:  - Talbott Family Burial Ground, Baltimore Co., Maryland, (United States)


         Father: Benjamin Talbott (1750-1816) 23 24
         Mother: Sarah Wilmott (1749-1815) 23 24




Children

Research Notes: Husband - Greenberry Ridgely

Source: The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland by J. D. Warfield (Baltimore, 1905), p. 530.


Burial Notes: Wife - Harriet Talbott

From Historic Graves of Maryland, p. 130:
In Memory of Mrs. Harriet Ridgely, daughter of Benj. and Sarah Talbott, Born Apr. 18, 1792; Died Apr. 10, 1872.
"Blessed are the pure in heart."
"Thy Statutes have been my song in the house of my pilgrimage."


Research Notes: Wife - Harriet Talbott

Source: The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland by J. D. Warfield (Baltimore, 1905), P. 530.


Judge Dye Worthington of Howard and Henrietta Ridgely




Husband Judge Dye Worthington of Howard (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Henrietta Ridgely (details suppressed for this person)

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Henry Ridgely III and Elizabeth Warfield




Husband Henry Ridgely III 25

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Wife Elizabeth Warfield 25

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Children
1 F Catherine Ridgely 26

            AKA: Catharine Ridgely
           Born: 14 Nov 1723
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         Spouse: Captain Philemon Dorsey (1715-1772) 26 27
           Marr: 19 Feb 1739 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)


2 M Major Henry Ridgely 10 28 29

           Born: 17 May 1728 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
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           Died: 28 Jun 1791 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, United States
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         Spouse: Anne Dorsey (1730-1767) 29 30
           Marr: 11 Nov 1750 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
         Spouse: Rachel Dorsey (Abt 1746-Bef 1792) 10 31
           Marr: 1773 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)


3 F Elizabeth Ridgely (of Henry) 32 33

           Born: 11 Oct 1737 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
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           Died: 1761 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
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         Spouse: Hon. Col. Thomas Dorsey (1737-Bef 1790) 32 34 35 36
           Marr: 1755 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)



Research Notes: Child - Catherine Ridgely

First wife of Capt. Philemon Dorsey.


Research Notes: Child - Major Henry Ridgely

From The Dorsey Family, p. 142:

"On September 27, 1727, the freeholders of Queen Caroline parish, then a part of Anne Arundel county, met at the parish church and 'made choice' of Henry Ridgely and John Howard as churchwardens; Thomas Wainright, John Dorsey son of Edward, John Hammond son of Charles, Orland Griffith, Richard Davis and Robert Shipley as vestrymen. ...[M]ost of these worthies were landowners in this section..."
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From http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I45447:

JOHNSON, BARBARY, Anne Arundel County, planter. 30 April 1776
14 May 1776
To bro. Robert Johnson, Ex., all my personal estate including
11 negroes and household furniture.
Wit: Lewis Duvall; Henry Ridgley; Priscilla Pinkeye 40. 651


Research Notes: Child - Elizabeth Ridgely (of Henry)

First wife of Hon. Thomas Dorsey.


Benjamin Warfield and Rebecca Ridgely




Husband Benjamin Warfield 37

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Wife Rebecca Ridgely 37

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Children
1 M Benjamin Worthington Warfield 38

           Born: 1732 - Elk Ridge, Anne Arundel (Howard), Maryland, (United States)
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           Died: 1806 - Anne Arundel (Howard), Maryland, United States
         Buried:  - Governor Warfield Cemetery, Cherry Grove, Anne Arundel (Howard), Maryland, United States
         Spouse: Catharine Dorsey (1745-1769) 38
           Marr: 1772 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)


2 F Mary Ann Ridgely Warfield 37

            AKA: Mary Ridgely Warfield
           Born: Abt 1733 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
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         Spouse: Thomas Dorsey (1737-1790) 32 37 39
           Marr: 1755 - <Anne Arundel>, Maryland, (United States)


3 M Vachel Warfield 40

           Born: 1737 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
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           Died: 17 Oct 1815 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, United States
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         Spouse: Sarah Dorsey (1747-      ) 40
           Marr: 1772 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)


4 M Elisha Warfield 41

           Born: 29 Nov 1741 - Elk Ridge, Anne Arundel (Howard), Maryland, (United States)
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           Died: 16 Jul 1818 - Fayette, Kentucky, United States
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         Spouse: Elizabeth Dorsey (1744-1776) 41
           Marr: Abt 1770 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
         Spouse: Ruth Burgess (1763-      ) 42
           Marr: 6 Aug 1778




Hubert de Rie




Husband Hubert de Rie 43 44 45

            AKA: Humbert De Rie, Humbert de Rie
           Born: Abt 1038 - <Normandy, France>
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1 M Eudo de Rie 44 46 47

            AKA: Eudea De Rie, Eudo FitzHubert, Eudo "le Dapfier" de Rie
           Born: Abt 1047 - <Normandy, France>
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           Died: Abt 1120
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         Spouse: Rohese FitzRichard de Clare (Abt 1055-1121) 44 48



Research Notes: Husband - Hubert de Rie

From Wikipedia - Barons of Loughmoe :


Though referring to the Purcells of Loughmoe specifically, the medieval Irish genealogist Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh wrote that Purcell genealogy begins with Charlemagne, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.
There are several ancestral lines reaching back from Sir Hugh Purcell and his wife, Beatrix Fitzwalter le Botillier, ancestors of all succeeding Irish Purcells, to Charlemagne. These are easily discovered on Ancestry.com, et al. One line: Charlemagne, Louis I Aquitaine, Charles the Bald, Rothaut de France, Richilde de Bourges, Gerlotte de Blois, Female de Bricquebec, Tourude de Harcourt, Humphrey de Harcourt, Albreda de Preaux, Hubert De Rie, Albreda De Rie, Robert de Valoignes, Theobald de Valoines, Maude de Valoignes, Theobald Fitzwalter, Beatrix Fitzwalter.
When Beatrix married Sir Hugh Purcell, part of her marriage portion was Loughmoe Castle.
Additional Purcell family history is suggested by the 17th century French encyclopaedist Louis Moréri . Moréri wrote the monumental Le Grande Dictionnaire Historique which documents the history of the ancient families and towns of France. He writes that the Porcellet family were Lords of Arles, an ancient Roman trading town in modern Provence. Moréri notes the daughter of Aimedrius Porcellet, Lord d'Arles, married her northern first cousin, Hugh Porcel around 1020 AD.


Birth Notes: Child - Eudo de Rie

FamilySearch has b. abt 1063, Normandy, France.


Research Notes: Child - Eudo de Rie

From Wikipedia - Eudo Dapifer :

Eudo Dapifer or Eudo `le Dapifer' de Rie (1047c - 1120) was a Norman aristocrat favoured by William the Conqueror .

This Eudo was the fourth son of Hubert de Rie, the loyal vassal who saved the life of Duke William in his flight from Valognes by mounting him on a fresh horse, and misleading his pursuers, who were close upon his heels (vide vol. i, p. 23). Three of Hubert's four sons were directed by him to escort the Duke, and not leave him till he was safe in Falaise . Whether Eudo was one of the three we know not, as Orderic does not name them; but as they must all have been young at that time, and Eudo the youngest of the four, it is probable that Ralph, Hubert, and Adam were the guides and guardians of their youthful prince, themselves not much his seniors.

Eudo, the fourth son, continuing here in King William's service, obtained from him divers lordships in sundry counties, viz, in Essex twenty-five, in Hertfordshire seven, in Berkshire one, in Bedfordshire twelve, in Norfolk nine, and in Suffolk ten; and personally attending the court it so happened that William Fitz Osbern, then steward of the household, had set before the King the flesh of a crane scarce half roasted, whereat the King took such offence as that he lifted up his fist and had stricken him fiercely but that Eudo bore (warded off) the blow. Whereupon Fitz Osborn grew so displeased as that he quitted his office, desiring that Eudo might have it. To which request the King, as well for his father Hubert's demerits and his own, at the desire of Fitz Osbern readily yielded.

Eudo became Dapifer after the departure of the Earl for Normandy, and for seventeen years enjoyed the favour of his sovereign, and being in attendance on the dying Conqueror at Rouen , was mainly instrumental to the securing of the crown to Rufus , whom he accompanied to England, and by his representations obtained from William de Pontarche the keys of the treasury at Winchester , wherein the regalia, as well as the money, was deposited. Thence he hastened to Dover , and bound the governor of the castle by a solemn oath that he would not yield it to any one but by his advice.

Pevensey , Hastings , and other maritime strongholds he managed to secure in like manner, pretending that the King, whose death was still rumoured in secret, would stay longer in Normandy, and desired to have good assurances of the safety of his castles in England from himself, his then steward.

Returning to Winchester he publicly announced the death of the Conqueror; so, while the nobles were consulting together in Normandy respecting the succession, William II, by Eudo's policy, was proclaimed King in England.

His great service was duly appreciated by Rufus, in whose favour he remained during his whole reign, and in 1096/7 founded the Church of St. Peter's at Colchester , he himself laying the first stone, Rohesia, his wife, the second, and Gilbert Fitz Richard de Clare, her brother, the third.

On the death of Rufus he was coldly looked upon by the new King, Henry , who suspected him of being a partisan of his brother Robert Court-heuse, but subsequently was reconciled to him and visited him when he was dying in his Castle of Préaux, and advised him as to the disposition of his temporal estates.

To his Abbey at Colchester, wherein he desired to be buried, he bequeathed one hundred pounds in money, his gold ring with a topaz, a standing cup and cover adorned with plates of gold, his horse and a mule, and in addition to the lands he had endowed it with on its foundation, he bestowed on it his manor of Brightlingsea .

His body was brought over to England, and according to the desire expressed in his will, buried at Colchester on the morrow preceding the kalends of March, 1120 (20th of Henry I).

By his wife Rohesia, daughter of Richard Fitz Gilbert de Clare or de Bienfaite , and Rohesia, only daughter of Walter Giffard, the first Earl of Buckingham, he left issue one sole daughter and heir, named Margaret, married to William de Mandeville , and mother of Geoffrey de Mandeville , first Earl of Essex, to secure whose services King Stephen and the Empress Maude appear to have bid against each other to a fabulous extent. Dying excommunicated for outrages committed on the monks of Ramsey, his corpse was carried by some Knights Templars into their orchard in the Old Temple at London , arrayed in the habit of the Order, and after being enclosed in lead, hung on a branch of a tree, where it remained until absolution being obtained from Pope Alexander II , by the intercession of the Prior of Walden, it was, taken down and privately buried in the porch of the New Temple, where his effigy is still to be seen.



Danp Rigsson [Mythological]




Husband Danp Rigsson [Mythological] 44

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1 F Drott Danpsdotter [Mythological] 44 49

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         Spouse: Domar Domaldasson King in Sweden [Mythological] (      -      ) 44 49




George Risteau and Francis Todd




Husband George Risteau (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Francis Todd (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Thomas Todd IV (      -      )
         Mother: Elinor Dorsey of Hockley (1715-1760)




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William Troutbeck and Joan de Rixton




Husband William Troutbeck 50

           Born: 1359 - Trafford Bridge, Plemonstall, Cheshire, England
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           Died: 1447 - Dunham on the Hill, Cheshire, England
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Wife Joan de Rixton 50

           Born: 1364 - Warrington, Lancashire, England
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           Died: 1453 - Dunham on the Hill, Cheshire, England
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         Father: William de Rixton (1365-1447) 50
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Children
1 M Sir John Troutbeck of Dunham, Chamberlain of Chester 50




           Born: 1412 - Oxhay, Hertfordshire, England
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           Died: 23 Sep 1459 - Albrighton, Shropshire, England
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         Spouse: Margaret Hulse (1415-1457) 50




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