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Pedigree of the Claytons of Crooke, Fulwood and Adlington in the county of Lancaster.

R. Stewart-Brown

Pedigree of the Claytons of Crooke, Fulwood and Adlington in the county of Lancaster.

by R. Stewart-Brown

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Published by [s.n.] in [s.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clayton family.

  • Edition Notes

    Offprint from "The genealogist", new series vol.26, 1910.

    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18142652M

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Pedigree of the Claytons of Crooke, Fulwood and Adlington in the county of Lancaster by R. Stewart-Brown Download PDF EPUB FB2

Biography. Thomas Clayton of Crooke was the son of Raphe Clayton of Clayton County Lancaster. In /2, Thomas bought an estate at Fulwood from Anthony Browne, who a few weeks earlier had bought it from the king, out of waste Pedigree of the Claytons of Crooke in the Forest of Fulwood.

In Thomas bought "the Old Crook". Genealogy profile for William Clayton, of the Old Crooke & Fulwood. Genealogy for William Clayton, of the Old Crooke & Fulwood ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

"Claytons of Crooke, Fulwood and Adlington", in The Genealogist, New Series Vol. 26 (). " The Pedigree of the Claytons of Crooke, Fulwood and Adlington in the County of Lancaster." Vol.

26, " Abeyance of Title as illustrated by the Earldom of Chester Case." Vol. 36, " The Armorial Glass at Vale Royal, Spurstow Hall, Utkinton Hall and Tarporley Rectory, in the County of. Thomas, Son of William Clayton and Elizabeth (Rigbye) Clayton. Married Anne Blundell. References.

Stewart-Brown, R: "Claytons of Crooke, Fulwood and Adlington", in The Genealogist, New Series Vol. 26 (), p.X. (Text from Dugdale's Visitation is in italics) ldren: Robert Clayton, Thomas Clayton, of Adlington & H, William Clayton, Anne Livesey.

Fulwood was probably included in the forest of Lancaster on its formation, and was thus taken out of the township and parish of Preston.

(fn. 7) It occurs but seldom in the records before its disafforestation, (fn. 8) but part was in granted to Anthony Browne, who also had a moiety of the manor of Eccleston, &c.

(fn. 9) Soon afterwards. Thomas was still living inwhen the pedigree was recorded. His son Robert was then thirty-seven years of age, and had a brother Thomas, from whom descended the Claytons of Adlington.

Thomas Clayton the elder was a Parliamentarian, and served as a captain in ; War in Lancs. (Chet. Soc.), He was buried at Leyland on 13 August "Old Croke Hall" descended through another member of the Clayton family to a Robert Clayton of Fulwood, then to Mr William Crooke.

Formerly know as Crook Hall, Lisieux Hall sits at the end of a long drive in Dawson Lane, and was the home of the Crook family from the 17th century.

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John Clayton (4) was a prominent man in the County, a large land owner and died in having made his last will and Testament dated the 4th day of December A. probated at Dover on the 9th day of May A.

and recorded in Will Book K. pageetc, wherein he constituted and appointed his son James (5) his Executor and devised.

James Clayton II of Kent Co. James Clayton II () married Mary Bedwell Webb by They had two sons: James III (ca ) of Kent DE and Hyde NC John Clayton the younger (ca ) On the east side of the Chesapeake Bay is a peninsular containing the state of Delaware in its entirety and also portions of Maryland and Virginia.

Thomas, the eldest son of Thomas Clayton and Ann Atherton, married inMartha, daughter of Joshua Horton, of Chaderton, Esq., by whom he had five sons: Thomas, William, Richard, Edward and John and four daughters.

He died in at Adlington in the sixty-first year of his age. Thomas, his eldest son, died in unmarried.Elizabeth (Clayton) Braddock Adlington, Cheshire - 13 Dec managed by Campbell Braddock.

Isaac Clayton abt County Armagh, Ireland (Clayton) Borden 11 Dec Lancaster, Lancashire, England - 19 Apr managed by Daivd Barnhardt.County Record Office I present the following: County Archives.

County Police, Register of Summonses, Bolton Division. County Police, Register of Charges, Prescot Division. County Police, Occurrence Book, Bolton Division. Standing Militia Storehouse Committee Minutes. .