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Hugh Dutton
Isabel de Mascy
Thomas le Despenser
(1169-Bef 1218)
Hugh de Dutton Lord of Dutton
(-After 1236)
Muriel le Despenser
(Abt 1181-)
Sir Thomas de Dutton Lord of Dutton
(Bef 1220-Bef 1290)

 

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Philippa de Standon

Sir Thomas de Dutton Lord of Dutton

  • Born: Bef 1220, Dutton, Cheshire, England
  • Marriage: Philippa de Standon 169,713,823,1443
  • Died: Bef 1290, Dutton, Cheshire, England 1442

bullet  General Notes:

~The Coucher Book of Chartulary of Whalley Abbey, Vol. I, p. 19, gives his wife as Philippa, daughter and heiress of Vivian de Sandon. It lists their children as: Hugh de Dutton; Thomas de Dutton; Margaret, married to Thomas Venables of Kinderton; and Catherine, married to John, son of Urian de Sancto Petro. Thomas died 22 Edward I, and was succeeded by his eldest son, Hugh de Duton. 221

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Web Reference: Dutton Hall.

• Background Information. 169,713
Sir Thomas Dutton, of Dutton, was the brother and heir of his brother Hugh who had died without issue. He lived Anno Domini 1249, Henry 3, and 1268, Henry 3. He purchased Clatterwigge, a Hamlet in Little Legh juxta Barterton, from Hugh de Clatterwigge, about 1244, 29 Hen 3. He built the Chappel at the Manor-house of Dutton, towards the end of Henry the Third's Reign.

He married Philippa, daughter and heir of Vivian de Sandon, or Standon, by who he had lands in Stafforshire; and had issue, Hugh Dutton, son and heir; Thomas, another son, to whom his father gave Great Rownall and Little Rownall, in Staffordshire, by the consent of Philippa, his wife. The younger son, Thomas likely died without issue. Philippa in her widownhood granted the two manors given to Thomas to her younger son Sir Robert Dutton and his wife Agnes, daughter of William de Mere, in Staffordshire; Margaret, a daughter married William Venables, son and heir of Roger Venables, of Kinderton, 38 Henry, 3, 1253. And Katherine married John, son of Vrian de Sancto Petro.

This Sir Thomas was Sheriff of Cheshire, 1268, 53 Henry 3. He died in the beginning of the the Reign of Edward the First.

Philippa was living as a widow in 1290 and 1294.

~The Duttons of Dutton, p. 16
~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol I, p. 644


Thomas married Philippa de Standon, daughter of Vivian de Standon and Unknown 169,713,823,1443 (Philippa de Standon was born in Staffordshire, England and died after 1294 in Dutton, Cheshire, England 169.)


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