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Families covered: Bold of Bold

Sir Richard Bold of Bold (d 16.11.1528)
m. Margaret Butler (dau of Sir Thomas Butler of Bewsey)
1. Sir Richard Bold of Bold (d 1558)
  m1. (sp) Jane Molineux (dau of William Molineux of Sefton)
  m2. (1535) Elizabeth Gerard (dau of Sir Thomas Gerard of Bryn)
  A. Richard Bold of Bold, Sheriff of Lancashire (dsp 01.04.1602)
  m. Jane Mordaunt (dau of William Mordant of Bedfordshire, m2. John Edwards of Chirck)
p. Margaret Battersby (dau of Henry Battersby)
  i. Sir Thomas Bold of Bold (dsp 09.1612)
  m1 Eleanora Atkynson (dau of Robert Atkynson of Stowell)
  m2. (09.04.1607) Bridget Norres (dau of William Norres of Speke)
  B. Anne Bold
  m. Francis Tunstall of Thurland
  m3.(28.11.1511) Margaret Woodfall (dau of William Woodfall or Wodfall or Wooful)
  C. Henry Bold (dsp)
D. William Bold
  m. Prudence Brooke (dau of William Brooke of Norton)
  i. Richard Bold of Bold, Sheriff of Lancashire (d 19.02.1635-6)
  m. Ann Leigh (dau of Sir Peter Leigh of Lyme)
  a. Peter Bold of Bold, Sheriff of Lancashire (b c1626, d 1658, 2nd son)
  m. Joanna Ashton (dau of Sir Ralph Ashton of Whalley, Bart)
  (1) Richard Bold (d inant)
(2) Sir Peter Bold of Bold, Sheriff of Lancashire (b 1655-6)
  m. Anne Beaumont (dau of Adam Beaumont, son/heir of Sir Thomas of Whitley)
  (A) Sir Richard Bold of Bold (d 21.03.1703-4)
  m. Elizabeth Horton (dau of Thomas Horton of Barkisland)
  (i) Peter Bold of Bold Hall (b c1703, d 12.09.1762)
  m. Anna Maria Wentworth (dau of Godfrey Wentworth of Woolley)
  (a) Anna Maria Bold of Bold Hall (b c1722, d unm 25.11.1813)
(b) Dorothea Bold
  m. (17.01.1757) Thomas Patten of Bank Hall, Sheriff of Lancashire (b c1720, d 19.03.1806)
  (c) Frances Bold (d 09.08.1809)
  m. (13.09.1759) Fleetwood Hesketh of Rossall (b 01.07.1738, d 04.1769)
  (d) Mary Bold
  m. Thomas Hunt of Mollington
  (e)+ other issue - Goverilda, Elenor
  (3) Elizabeth Bold probably of this generation
  m. John Hayes or Hays of Littleye (b c1665)
  b. Margaret Bold
  m. Edward Morgell of Chester
  c. Maria Bold
  m1. John Atherton of Atherton (d 1656)
  m2. Lawrence Rawstorne of Newhall (b 1619, a 1664)
  d. Katherine Bold
  m. Roger Prichard of Wales
  (1) Roger Prichard (d infant)
  e. Frances Bold
  m. Henry Ogle of Whiston
  f. Radcliffe Bold
  m. Jacob Dukenfield of Hinley
g.+ other issue - Richard (d young), Anna (d unm)
  ii. Frances Bold
  m. John Hodges of London
  iii.+ other issue - Henry of Bedford in Lancashire, Christiana (dsp), Jane (dsp)
  E. Ellen Bold possibly of this marriage
  partner(s) unknown
  F.+ other issue - John, Elizabeth, Jane
2. Francis Bold of Cranshaw
  m. Catherine Barnes (sister of the Bishop of Durham)
  a. Margaret Bold probably of this generation
m. Edward Greene of Poulton Lancelyn (d 1631)
3. John Bold
  m1. Anne Laughton (dau of Sir Thomas Laughton of Walton)
  A. Henry Bold
  Shown by Dugdale as brother (dsp) rather than (as shown by Commoners) father of ...
  i. Elizabeth Bold
  m. _ Mussel of London
Commoners identifies John's 2nd wife as a dau of Richard Atherton of North Meols. Dugdale names her ...
  m2. Elizabeth Aghton (dau/coheir of Sir Richard (pobably not John) Aghton of North Meles)
  B. John Bold of North Meols (dsp 31.12.1600)
  m. Jane Travers (dau of Matthew Travers) mentioned in BLG1952 ('Fleetwood-Hesketh of North Meols')
  C. Anne Bold shown by Commoners as daughter of John but by Dudgale as sister of John & Elena
  m. Sir Alexander Holland of Sutton
  D. Elena Bold not mentioned by Commoners, shown by Dudgale as sister of John & Anna
  m. Hugo Anderton
4. Margaret Bold
  m. (1522-3) Thomas Ireland of the Hutt
5. Elizabeth Bold
  m. (1531-2) Henry Byrom of Byrom
6. Anne Bold
  m. Richard Butler of Rawcliffe
7. Dorothy Bold
  m. Sir John Holcroft of Holcroft (b c1520)
8. Maud (Matilda) Bold (d 10.11.1568)
  m. (1539) Sir Richard Sherburn of Stonyhurst (b 02.05.1526, d 26.07.1594)

Main source(s): VCH (Lancashire, vol 3, Townships: Bold), Visitation (Dugdale, Lancashire, 1664, Bold of Bold), Commoners (vol iii, Wilson Patten of Bank Hall)
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