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(Sir) Roger MAINWARING.
(Sir) Roger MAINWARING. Baron of Warmingham. [see PC M2-10-4-5-1]. [see CHART A20-Manwaring Family].
Born about 1179 at Warmingham, Cheshire, England; son of Ralph le Mesnilwaren and Amicia de Meschines.
He was Lord of Warmincham, Cheshire, England and flourished during the reign of King Henry III, which was from 1216 to 1272. (S1,S2).
He was a generous benefactor to the Cistercian abbey of Dieulacres, a religious house on the banks of the Churnet, near Leek, which had been founded by Ranulph de Blundeville, Earl of Chester, whom, in his gift, he expressly calls uncle. (S2).
He died in 1250 in Leek, Staffordshire, England. (S2).
CHILDREN of (Sir) Roger MAINWARING:
- (Sir) William MAINWARING I. [see PC M2-10-4-5-1]. He received Over Peover, Cheshire by gift from his father during the reign of King Henry III, which was from 1216 to 1272, as appeared by a charter transcribed by Sir Thomas Mainwaring in 1666. (S3). He died in 1248.
- Thomas Mainwaring.
- Randle Mainwaring. An ecclesiastic. (S2).
- [S1]. Mainwaring. Tod's Slice Of The Web. http://todmar.net/ancestry/Mainwaring_main.htm. QUOTES as sources: a) Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell. by Carl Boyer, 3rd.
- [S2]. Roger (Mainwarring) de Mainwaring (abt. 1179 - 1250). WikiTree. http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Mainwarring-2. QUOTES as sources: a) County families of Lancashire and Cheshire, by James Croston. b) Genealogy of Shropshire [by Joseph Morris] vol. 3 p. 1116. c) The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester (1882), Ormerod, George, ( vol. 1 p. 478; vol. 3 p. 226, 229. d) A short history of the Mainwaring family (1890), Finley, Reginald Mainwaring, (1890. Facsimile reprint, London: The Research Publishing Co., 1976), p. 29. e) The Wallop Family and Their Ancestry (1928), Watney, Vernon James, (4 volumes. Oxford: John Johnson, 1928), vol 2 p. 525.
- [S3]. A Short History of the Mainwaring Family. by R. Mainwaring Finley. London: Griffith, Farran Ckeden & Welsh. Newbery House, Charing Cross Road. 1890.