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  • Sir Andrew Brereton
  • M, #61186, b. circa 1440
  • Father Sir William Brereton b. c 1410, d. 1484
  • Mother Philippa Hulse
  • Sir Andrew Brereton was born circa 1440 at of Brereton, Cheshire, England. He married Agnes Legh, daughter of Robert Legh, Esq. and Isabella Stanley, circa 1459.
  • Family Agnes Legh b. c 1445
  • Children
    • Elizabeth Brereton+ b. c 1470
    • Sir William Brereton+ b. 1473
    • Ellen Brereton+ b. c 1477, d. 22 Sep 1541
  • From: __________________
  • Andrew Brereton1
  • M, #208695, b. 1448
  • Last Edited=21 Oct 2006
  • Andrew Brereton was born in 1448 at Brereton, Cheshire, England.1 He was the son of William Brereton and Phillips Hulse.1
  • Child of Andrew Brereton and Agnes Leigh
    • 1.Ellen Brereton+1 b. 1477, d. 22 Sep 1541
  • Citations
  • 1.[S1916] Tim Boyle, "re: Boyle Family," e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 16 September 2006. Hereinafter cited as "re: Boyle Family."
  • From: ______________________
  • Alice SAVAGE
  • Father: John SAVAGE (Sir Knight)
  • Mother: Dorothy VERNON
  • Married: William BRERETON (son of Andrew Brereton and Agnes Leigh) ABT 1488, Clifton, Cheshire, England
  • Children:
    • 1. William BRERETON (b. 1506) (m. Anne Booth)
  • From: SAVAGE5 ___________
  • unknown Brereton
  • M, #354138
  • Last Edited=19 Apr 2009
  • unknown Brereton is the son of unknown Brereton.
  • Child of unknown Brereton
    • 1.Rt. Hon. Sir William Brereton+ b. c 1483, d. c Feb 1541
  • From: ____________________________
  • SMITH, Sir Lawrence (c.1516-82), of Chester and Hough, Cheshire.
  • b. c.1516, 1st s. of Sir Thomas Smith, mayor of Chester, by Katherine, da. of Sir Andrew Brereton of Brereton. m. (1) by 1546, Agnes, da. of Sir Thomas Foulshurst of Crewe, 3s.; (2) Jan. 1561, Jane, da. of Sir Peter Warburton of Arley, wid. of Sir William Brereton I, 1 or 2 da. suc. fa. 1538. Kntd. 11 May 1544.1
  • From: _________________________
  • SMITH, Sir Lawrence (1515/16-82), of Chester and Hough, Cheshire.
  • b. 1515/16, 1st s. of Sir Thomas Smith of Chester by Catherine, da. of Sir Andrew Brereton of Brereton. m. (1) by 1546, Agnes, da. of Sir Thomas Foulshurst of Crewe, 3s.; (2) Jan. 1561, Jane, da. of Sir Peter Warburton of Arley, wid. of Sir William Brereton of Brereton, 1 or 2da. suc. fa. 1538. Kntd. 11 May 1544.1
  • From: ________________________
  • Breretons of Cheshire, 1100 to 1904 A. D (1904)
  • There is very little recorded of this branch of the family. The Herald's Visitation Record of 1663-4 gives the pedigree commencing with Sir Roger Brereton, of Halton, the founder of the family, about 1540, and shows four generations of descent. I think this Sir Roger was the sixth son of Sir Randle Brereton IV., of Malpas, and the younger brother of John Brereton, the founder of the Norfolk branch. His mother was Eleanor, daughter of Sir Piers Dutton, the Lord of Halton and Dutton, in 1500. Sir Piers was descended from Odard, one of the companions in arms of the Conqueror. He (Odard) assumed the name of Dutton upon receiving a grant of that town from Hugh Lupus, first Earl Royal of Chester, the ancestor of Lady Ada's mother. Sir Piers was the great grandson of Sir Thomas Dutton, of Dutton, who was the Governor and Receiver of the Castle of Halton in 1330. Sir Piers was the son of Sir Lawrence Dutton, who married Johanna, daughter of Sir Andrew Brereton, of Brereton, and from whom are descended the present family of Baron Sherbourne, of Sherbourne, Gloucestershire. The Warburton family, of Arley, were also descended from the same Odard. Sir Roger Brereton married Katherine, widow of Edward Fulleshurst and daughter of Sir William Brereton IX., of Brereton, by his second wife, Eleanor, daughter of Sir Randle Brereton III., of Ipstone and Malpas, and the widow of Philip Egerton, of Egerton.
  • Pg.70
  • Sir William de Brerton VI., eighth Lord of Brereton, 1300, heir to his grandfather. His first wife was Ellen, daughter of Philip de Egerton, of Egerton, sister and heiress of David de Egerton, joint baron with the Cholmondeleys, of Malpas. Through her he became joint Baron of Malpas. His second wife was Margaret, daughter of Henry Done, of Utkington, widow of Sir John Davenport ; by her he had Randle, the founder of the
  • Pg.71
  • Malpas branch ; Elizabeth, wife of William Cholmondeley ; and a daughter who became the wife of Spurstow, of Spurstow.
  • Sir Willam de Brerton VII., ninth Lord of Brereton, was born in 1350, died in 1426. His first wife was Anyll, daughter of Sir Hugh de Venables, Baron of Kinderton. By her he had six sons and two daughters: 1, Willam; 2, Nicholas; 3, Hugh; 4, Matthew ; 5, John ; 6, Henry ; 7, Elizabeth, wife of Sir John Savage ; 8, Margery, wife of Richard Putten Wanflete, of Wanflete. His second wife was Ellen, daughter of Sir William Masey, of Tatton. By her he had one son, Thomas, born in 1433 ; rector of Brereton ; heir to his mother of the Tatton estates.
  • William de Brerton, eldest son, died in 1420, at Harfleur, France, during his father's lifetime. He married Alice, sister and heiress of Richard de Corbet, of Leghton, in the barony of Caius, Shropshire. By her he had two sons and two daughters : 1, William; 2, Ralph; 3, Alice, wife of Peter Corbet, of Leghton; 4. Joan, wife of Robert Aston, of Park Hall, Staffordshire.
  • Sir William de Brerton VIII., tenth Lord of Brereton, succeeded his grandfather ; died in 1485. His first wife was Matilda, daughter of John Dutton, of Button, widow of Sir William Booth, of Dunham; married in 1478. By her he had six sons: 1, William, died issueless ; 2, Andrew ; 3, Robert ; 4, Roger ; 5, Henry ; 6, Matthew. William married Katherine, daughter of Sir John Byron, of Horestan Castle, Derbyshire ; his second brother, Sir Andrew, succeeded his father as eleventh Lord of Brereton. His second wife was a daughter of Sir Hugh Hulse, of Elwood Hall, Cheshire. By her he had two sons and four daughters: 1. Sir John Brereton, of Lea Hall, whose first wife was Katherine, daughter of Maurice Berkeley, of Beverstone, Gloucester, widow of John, Lord Stourton. By her he had one daughter, Wyburgha, heir of her mother ; she married Sir William Compton, knight. His second wife was Joan, daughter and heiress of Sir Geoffrey Masey, of Hatton, widow of Sir William Stanley. By her he had one son, Philip, who died without issue ; 2, Hugh of Wimbersley, second son, married Anne, daughter of Robert Done, of Utkington ; 3, Elizabeth, wife of John Ratclyffe, of Ordeshall, Lancashire; 4, Jane, wife of Cotton, of Rudware;
  • Pg.72
  • 5, Eleanor, wife of Hugh Cholmondeley ; 6, Matilda, wife of Thomas Needham, of Shavington.
  • Sir Andrew Brerton, eleventh Lord of Brereton, 1495. He married Agnes, daughter of Robert Legh, of Adlington, ancestor of Leghs, of Adlington. By her he had four sons and six daughters. The sons were: 1, William; 2, John, of Leek, Stafford; 3, Andrew ; 4, Matthew. William, the heir, succeeded. Of the younger sons there is no record. The daughters were : 1, Johanna, wife of Lawrence Dutton, of Marshe; 2, Ellen, wife of John Fitton, of Gawsworth ; 3, Alice, wife of William Moreton, of Little Moreton ; 4, Elizabeth, wife of Philip Legh, of Booths, after-ward of John Carington ; 5, Catherine, wife of Thomas Smith, of Hough ; 6, Matilda, wife of John Davenport, of Davenport.
  • Sir William Brereton IX., twelfth Lord of Brereton, was Chief Justice and Lord High Marshal of Ireland in 15??; died in 1541, in Ireland. His first wife was Alice, daughter of Sir John Savage, of Rock Savage. By her he had one son, his heir, William, who died in 1505, in his father's lifetime; he married Anne, daughter of Sir William Booth, of Dunham. By her he had six sons and three daughters : a, William, his heir ; b, Robert ; c, Arthur ; d, John ; e, Edward, the founder of one Irish branch ; married Edith, daughter of William Birche, of Birche, Lancashire ; f, Andrew, founder of the other Irish branch ; married Catherine, daughter of Sir Andrew Fitz-Simon, Ireland ; g, Ellen, wife of John Carington ; h, Jane, wife of Richard Clive, of Huxley ; i, Margaret, unmarried. His second wife was Eleanor, daughter of Sir Randle Brereton III., of Malpas, widow of Sir Philip Egerton. By her he had three sons and five daughters : 1, Henry ; 2, John, a Captain in Ireland ; 3, Richard, the founder of the Ashley branch ; 4, Margaret, wife of William Goodman, Mayor of Chester, 1554; 5, Katherine, wife of Edward Folleshurst, of Crewe, remarried to Sir Roger Brereton, of Halton, Cheshire ; 6, Ellen, wife of Robert Dokenfield, of Dokenfield ; 7, Anne, wife of David Kynaston, of Hanney ; born in 1547 ; 8, Mary, wife of Sir John Warburton, of Arley. _______________________
  • The visitation of Cheshire in the year 1580 (1882)
  • Pg.41
    • Brereton of Brereton Pg. 41-42
  • .... etc.
  • Wm Brereton obijt vivo patre. = Alice d. to Jno Corbet of Leighton sister and heire to Richard.; ch: Sr Wm (m. Phillippa Halse) Brereton.
    • Sr Wm Brereton of Brereton. = Phillippa d. to Sr Hugh Halse.; ch: Wm, Sr Andrew (m. Agnes Ligh & Anne Done) Brereton (Pg.42 Sr John (m. Katherine Barkley & Jane Massy), Hugh (m. Anne Donn) Brereton)
      • Sr Andrew Brereton of Brereton. ch: Katherine (m. Wm Bowyer), Elizabeth (m. John Smith); = 1. Agnes d. to Rob't Ligh of Adlington.; ch: (Pg.42 Sir Wm (m. Alice Savage & Elenor Brereton), Katherine (m. Sr Thomas Smith), Elizabeth (m. Phillip Ligh & John Carrington), Alice (m. Wm Morton), Maud (m. John Damport) Brereton).; = 2. Anne Done.
        • Katherine uxr Wm Bowyer of Knipsley.
        • Elizabeth vxr John Smith of Oldlaugh. [Oldhaugh. Harl. 1505.]
        • Pg.42
        • Sir Wm Brereton L. Cheife Justice of Ireland. = 1. Alice d. to Sr John Savage.; ch: Will'm (m. Anne Boothe) Brereton; = 2. Elenor d. to Sr Randoll Brereton of Ipstones.; ch: Richard (m. Thomasine Ashley), Mary (m. Sr . . . . Warburton) Brereton.
        • Katherine vxor Sr Thomas Smith of Hough.
        • Elizabeth uxor Phillip Ligh of Boothes & after to John Carrington.
        • Alice uxr Wm Morton of Morton.
        • Maud vxr John Damport of Damport. __________
  • Pedigrees Made at the Visitation of Cheshire, 1613 (1879)
    • Leigh, of Boothes.
  • John Leigh 7 H. 6. mar. Maude da. to Sr William Boothe of Dunham, Knight.
    • Sr John Leigh of Bouthes knight slayne at Blore heathe 2 R. 3. mar. Joane, da. & coe heire to Sr Tho. Ashton de Asheton knight in co. Lanc.
    • ch of John Leigh & Joane Ashton
      • 1. John Leighe of Boothes 5 H. 7. mar. Eme da. & coe heire to Sr Robart Grosvenor of Holme, knight, 2ndly to Peter Shakerley. 2. Philip Leigh of the bouthis coossen & heire male 18 H. 8. mar. Elizabeth daughter of Sr Andrew Brereton. 3. Geffery Leighe.
      • ch of Philip Leigh & Elizabeth Brereton
        • 1. Sr John Leigh of Bouthis knight ob. 5-6 P. & Ma., 13 Aug't [1558]. mar. Jane sister of William Snede knight, da. to Richard Snead of Bradwall. 2. Roger. 3. Edward. 4. William. 5. Ellin maried to Sr Ralf Lester of Tofte. 6. Amy ob. s. p'le. 7. Jane maried to Richard Starky of Streeton & after to Stanly. _____________________
  • A genealogical and heraldic history of the commoners of Great ..., Volume 3 By John Burke
  • Pg.45
  • WILLIAM MASSIE, esq. purchased, .... He wedded Alice, daughter and heiress of Adam Woton, of Edgerley and Chester, and by her, who m. secondly, Hugh Ball, of Coddington, had two sons, namely,
    • I. MORGAN, of Eggerley, on whom his mother's lands were entailed. He m. Margery, daughter of John Davenport, esq. of Davenport, by Maud his wife, daughter of Sir Andrew Brereton, knt. of Brereton, and had an only son and heir,
      • ROBERT, ancestor of the MASSIES, of Eggerley, in whom that manor remained .... etc.
  • Pg.454
  • ROBERT LEGH, esq. of Adlington, wedded, first, Isabella, daughter of John Savage, of Clifton, by whom he had no issue; and, secondly Isabella, daughter of Sir William Stanley, knt. of Hooton; by whom he had,
    • I. ROBERT, his heir. .... etc.
    • V. Agnes, m. to Sir Andrew Brereton, of Brereton. _________________________
  • A history and genealogy of the Davenport family, in England and America, from A. D. 1086 to 1850 .. (1851)
  • John Davenport, of Davenport, Esq., son of John, held the office of sergeant on the death of his father in 1475. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Savage, of Clifton, knight. Died in 1482.
  • John Davenport, Esq., son of Ralph and grandson of John, was born 1480. Married 1st, Matilda, daughter of Sir Andrew Brereton, knight, of Brereton ; 2d wife, Jane, daughter of Ralph Arderne, Esq. ; and 3d, Blanch, daughter of Robert Latham,
  • of Tabley, Esq. He died about 1553, aged 74 years. His children were, 1st, John ; 2d, William; 3d, Thomas; 4th, Roger; 5th, Ralph; 6th, Randle; 7th, Parnell ; 8th, Alice; 9th, Mary; 10th, Katharine ; 11th, Margaret ; 12th, Margery ; 13th, Ellen*
  • John Davenport, of Davenport, Esq., son of the preceding John, was born in 1505. Married 1st, to Elleanor, daughter of Thurston Holland, Esq., of Denton County, Lane; 2d wife, Jane, daughter and coheiress of Richard Massey ; 3d wife, Anne, daughter of Randle Mainwaring, of Carincham, Esq. __________________________
  • A genealogical history of the dormant, abeyant, forfeited, and extinct peerages of the British empire (1978)
  • Pg.74
  • SIR WILLIAM BRERETON, of Brereton, Knt, who m. Phillppa, dau. of Sir Hugh, and sister of Thomas Hulse, and had issue,
    • I. WILLIAM, m. Katherine, dau. of Sir John Byron, and d. s. p.
    • II. ANDREW (SIR), of whom presently.
    • III. John (Sir), m. 1st Katherine, dau. of Maurice Berkeley, of Reverston, and relict of John, Lord Stourton, and by her had a dau. and heiress,
      • Werburga, m. 1st to Sir Francis Cheney; and 2ndly, to Sir William Compton.
    • Sir John m. 2ndly, Jane, dau. and heiress of Geoffrey Massy, of Tatton, and relict of Sir William Stanley, and by her had a son,
      • Philip, who d. s. p.
    • IV. Robert
    • V. Roger.
    • VI. Henry.
    • VII. Matthew.
    • VIII. Hugh, of Wimbersley. m. Anne, dau. of Robert Done.
    • I. Elizabeth, wife of John Radcliffe, of Ordeshall.
    • II. Jane, wife of Cotton, of Rudware.
    • III. Eleanor, m. 1st. Thomas Bulkeley, of Eyton, and 2ndly, to Hugh Cholmondeley.
    • IV. Matilda, wife of Thomas Needham, of Shavington.
  • The eldest surviving son.
  • SIR ANDREW BRERETON, of Brereton, Knt, m. Agnes, dau. of Robert Legh, of Adlington, and had Issue,
    • I. WILLIAM (SIR), his heir.
    • II. John, of Leek, co. Stafford.
    • III. Andrew.
    • IV. Matthew.
    • I. Ellen, wife of John Fitton, of Gawsworth.
    • II. Alice, wife of William Moreton, of Little Moreton.
    • III. Elizabeth, m. 1st to Philip Legh, of Boothes; and 2ndly, to John Carington, of Carington.
    • IV. Catherine, m. to Thomas Smith, of Hagh.
    • V. Matilda, m. to John Davenport of Davenport
    • VI. Johanna, m. to Lawrence Dutton. of Marshe, brother and hdr of Sir Thomas Dutton, of Dutton.
  • The eldest son and heir.
  • SIR WILLIAM BRERETON, of Brereton, Knt.; chief Justice and lord high marshal of Ireland, m. 1st Alice, dau. of Sir John Savage, Knt, of Clifton, and by her had a son, .... etc.
  • The chief justice m. 2ndly, Eleanor, dau. of Sir Ralph Brereton, of Ipstones, co. Stafford, and widow of -- Egerton, and by her had issue, .... etc. ______________________________
  • Nooks and corners of Lancashire and Cheshire: A wayfarer's notes in the ... By James Croston
  • Pg.119
  • Edward Fitton died 15 February, 1510-11, leaving, with other
  • Pg.120
  • issue, a son John, who succeeded as heir, and who, as appears by the inquisition taken after his father's death, was then 40 years of age. He had married, in 1498, Ellen, daughter of Sir Andrew Brereton, the representative of a family that had been seated at Brereton from the time of William Rufus. By her he had, with other issue, a son Edward, who succeeded at his death, which occurred on the Sunday after St. Valentine's Day, 1525. .... ____________________
  • Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine ..., Volume 97
  • Pg.117
    • Pedrigree of Legh of Adlington. Pg.115-121
  • Robert Legh of Adlington. Ob. 1410. = Maud, daughter of (Belgrave). Ob. 1478.; ch: (Pg.118 Robert (m. Isabel Savage & Isabel Stanley), Margery (m. Wm. Davenport), Maud (m. Jno. Mainwaring), Agnes (m. Sir Andrew Brereton), Isabel (m. Sir Lawrence Warren & Sir George Holford), A... (m. _ Pigot), Margaret (m. Tho. Mere), Elizabeth (m. Robert Duckenfield), Ellen (m. Roger Legh) Legh)
    • Agnes, married to Sir Andrew Brereton of Brereton, who succeeded his father 1482. ___________________
  • Brereton; a family history (1919)
  • In 1386, Sir William Brereton, son of the above, married Anylla, daughter of Sir William Venables, a descendant of Gilbert de Venables, first baron of Cheshire, and grantee of the first Brereton estate, three hundred years before. By a second marriage, to Elena, daughter of Sir William Massey of Tatton Hall, in 1426, the Brereton holdings were among the great estates of England, including the manors of Malpas and Picton, with lands in Woodhull, Crouton, Charlton, and Norwich.
  • William de Brereton, son of the above, married Alice, sister and heiress of Sir Richard Corbett of Leighton ; this William died during the life of his father. About this time the "de" was dropped from English names, as it was simply a descriptive
  • term and never a title, nor represented any special honor.
  • In 1409, a record says that King Henry removed the Mayor of Chester and placed Sir William Brereton in charge as military governor.
  • William Brereton, on the death of his grandfather, in 1435, was found heir to the vast estates of Brereton, and also the estates of his step-mother, in Tilston and Herthull, as recorded in 1438. He was knighted in 1485. His son, William Brereton, died issueless, breaking the line of descent, the succession passing to his nephew, son of Sir Andrew Brereton, in 1507.
  • On December 7, 1496, a deed was recorded to Ralph Brereton, brother of Sir Randle Brereton of Malpas. This Sir Randle was Chamberlain and Knight of the Bedchamber to Henry VII and Henry VIII. His son, John Brereton, about 1534, started the Norfolk branch of Breretons, from which many noted families have sprung.
  • In 1507, Sir William Brereton held vast
  • estates, and also had control of the appointment of clergymen to churches at Brereton, Malpas, Tilston, and St. John's.
  • As a side-light on court life of the period, there is a record of one Sir William Brereton of Malpas, whom Henry VIII suspected of being too familiar with the Queen, Anne Boleyn. He was confined in the tower of London, and later the King gave orders to "muzzle the bear," meaning to take his head off; so Sir William died May 17,1536, and two days later the Queen, mother of Queen Elizabeth, was beheaded. There is a legend that ever since that event the bear on the Brereton arms has been muzzled, but in free America we have left the bear free also. ______________________________
  • 'Brereton02'
  • Sir William Brereton of Brereton
  • m. Philippa Hulse (dau of Sir Hugh Hulse)
    • 1. William Brereton of Brereton (dsp)
    • m. Katherine Byron (dau of Sir John Byron)
    • 2. Sir Andrew Brereton of Brereton
    • m1. Agnes Legh (dau of Robert Legh of Adlington)
      • A. Sir William Brereton of Brereton (b c1483, bur 04.02.1541, Chief Justice and Lord High Marshal of Ireland)
      • m1. Alice Savage (dau of Sir John Savage of Clifton)
        • i. .... etc.
      • m2. Eleanor Brereton (d 1570, dau of Sir Ralph Brereton of Ipstones)
        • iii. .... etc.
      • B. Ellen Brereton
      • m. John Fitton of Gawsworth (d 19.02.1524)
      • C. Alice Brereton
      • m. William Moreton (Morton) of Little Moreton
      • D. Elizabeth Brereton
      • m1. Philip Legh of Boothes
      • m2. John Carington of Carington or Carrington
      • E. Catherine Brereton
      • m. Thomas (not John) Smith of Hagh (Hough)
      • F. Matilda (Maud) Brereton
      • m. John Davenport of Davenport
      • G. Johanna Brereton
      • m. Lawrence Dutton of Marshe
      • H.+ other issue - John of Leek, Andrew, Matthew
    • m2. Anne Done
    • partner(s) unknown
      • K. Katherine Brereton
      • m. William Bowyer of Knipersley (d 1540-1)
      • L. Elizabeth Brereton
      • m. John Smith of Oldhaugh
    • 3. Sir John Brereton
    • m1. Katherine Berkeley (dau of Maurice Berkeley of Beverston)
      • A. .... etc.
    • m2. Jane Massey (dau of Geoffrey Massey of Tatton)
      • B. .... etc.
    • 4. Hugh Brereton of Wimbersley and/or Hassall Grene (8th son)
    • m. Anne Done (dau of Robert Done, brother of Sir John)
      • A. .... etc.
    • 5. Elizabeth Brereton
    • m. John Radcliffe, younger of Ordeshall (dvp 12.04.1497)
    • 6. Jane or Elizabeth Brereton
    • m. Richard Cotton of Richware
    • 7. Eleanor Brereton
    • m1. Thomas Bulkeley of Eyton
    • m2. Hugh Cholmondeley
    • 8. Matilda or Maud Brereton
    • m. Thomas Needham of Shavington
    • 9.+ other issue - Robert, Roger, Henry, Matthew
  • Main source(s): BE1883 (Brereton) with some support from TCP (Brereton of Laghlin or Leighlin), Visitation (Cheshire, 1580, Brereton of Brereton), BIFR1976 (Brereton)
  • From:
  • _____________________________
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Marriage to: Agnes "carrington" Brereton (born Leigh) Circa 1459 in Brereton, England, (Present UK)


  • John Paul Rylands, ed., The visitation of Cheshire in the year 1580 etc, (London: Harleian Society, 1882), pp.147-8.
  • “Hand-list of the Legh of Booths Charters in the John Rylands Library”. By F. Taylor, M.A., PhD, Keeper of Manuscripts and Assistant Librarian in the John Rylands Library. Page 247. < PDF >
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