Sir John de Booth Knight
- Born: 1354, Barton, Lancashire, England
- Marriage: Joan de Trafford 727
- Died: Mar 1422, Barton, Lancashire, England at age 68
~Collins's Peerage of England, Vol. VII, pg. 95, footnote, John le Byron was married to Margaret, daughter of Sir John de Booth. He was the son and heir of Sir Thomas Booth, of Barton, by Ellen, daughter of Robert de Workesley, son and heir of John Booth, living in the reign of King Edward, by Agnes, daughter and heir of Gilbert de Barton, Lord of Barton, near Eccles, Lancashire. 752
Noted events in his life were:
• Family Background. 842
John Booth of Barton, son of John Booths by a daughter of Sir Henry Trafford of Trafford; son of Sir Thomas Booth of Barton by Ellen, daughter of Thomas de Workesley of Workesley; son of John Booth by Agnes Barton, daughter of Sir Gilbert de Barton; son of William booth, living in 1275, by Sibil, daughter of Sir Ralph de Bereton; son of Adam de Booth.
~History and Genealogy of the Families of Bayard, Houstoun . . ., pg. 53
• Background Information. 843
John Bouth, esq. of Barton living at the time of Richarh II and Henry IV. He first married Joan, daughter of Sir Henry Trafford, of Trafford, Lancashire.
Their children were:
Thomas, who received the honor of knighthood in 14 Henry VI. He married a daughter of Sir George Carrington, Knight. Their son was Sir John Bouth, knight, who King Henry VII granted an annuity of 10 marks sterling for his good service. Sir John fell at FloddenpField in 5 Henry VIII, and his male line ceased with his great grandson, also named John, who lest three daughters as co-heiresses.
Robert, ancestor of the Lords Delamere.
William, archbishop of York.
Richard, of Strickland, near Ipswich, Suffolk.
Roger, m. Cahterine, daughter and heiress of Ralph Hatton, esq. of Mollinton, near Chester. They had a son named Robert Booth, esq. of Sawley, Derby. He had a daughter who married Ralph Nevil, third earl of Westmorland. These two had a daughter named Anne, who married William Lord Coniers.
John, bishop of Exeter, anno 1465; buried in the church of St. Clement Danes, London in 1478
Ralph, archdeacon of York
Margery, m. to John Byron, esq. of Clayton, Lancashire
Joan, m. 1st, Thomas Sherborne, esq. of Stonyhurst, Lancashire; m. 2nd, Sir Thomas Sudworth (Southworth), knight.
Catherine, m. Thomas Ratcliffe, esq. of Wimmorley.
Alice, m. Sir Robert Clifton, knight of Clifton, Nottingham.
~Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baroneticies of England, Vol. I, p. 71
• Background Information: Township Barton . 843
John was the eldest son of Thomas del Booth and his wife Ellen. He lived until Septempber 1422 and had numerous offspring.
~VCH: A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4, pp.363-376
• Background Information. 727
John Booth, first married Joan, daughter of Sir Henry Trafford, of Trafford, in Lancashire. John and Joan had seven sons and five daughters:
Sir Thomas Booth
Sir Robert Booth
William Booth, who became Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, and later Archbishop of York
Richard Booth, who settled in Strickland and was buried at Sallow or Saley, Derbyshire
Roger Booth, who died 18 Aug 1467, and was buried at Sallow, and he was married to Catharine, daughter and heir of Ralph Hatton.
John Booth, was Prebendary of Norton Episcopi, in Lincoln Cathedral.
Margery Booth, married to Sir John Byron, of Clayton, Lancashire, Knight
Joan Booth, married first to Thomas Sherborn, of Stanhurst, Lancashire; and second to Sir Thomas Sudworth, or Southworth, Knight
Cahterine Booth, married to Thomas Radclyffe, of Wimmorley, Cheshire
Alice Booth married to Sir Robert Clifton, of Clifton, Notthinghampshire, Knight.
Lucy Booht, married to Sir Edward Weever, Knight.
~The Baronetage of England: Containing A Genealogical and Historical Account of all the English Baronetts Now Existing, 1777, Vol. I, p. 20
John married Joan de Trafford, daughter of Sir Henry de Trafford Kinght and Margery de Ince.727 (Joan de Trafford was born about 1358 in Trafford, Lancastershire, England.)