'Mainwaring01'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Mainwaring of Over Peover (Peever), Mainwaring (Meininwarin, Mesnilwarin, Manwaringe) of Warmincham

Ranulph Meinilwarin (a temp William Conqueror)
1. Richard Meinilwarin (dsp)
2. Roger Meinilwarin
  A. William Meinilwarin
  B. Randoll Meinilwarin
  i. Roger Meinilwarin
  a. Sir Ralph Meinilwarin or Mesnilwarin of Warmincham (justice of Chester)
  m. Amicia de Meschines (dau of Hugh 'Keveliok' de Meschines, 3rd Earl of Chester)
(1) Sir Roger Manwaringe or Mainwaring of Warmincham and Wayborn
  m. Cristian
  (A) Sir Thomas Mainwaring of Warmincham
  (i) Sir Warren Mainwaring of Warmincham
  @@ Various web sites show Sir Warren (Warin) as wife of Agnes de Aderne rather than his cousin William.
  m. Agnes de Aderne (dau of Sir Peter de Arderne of Alvanley)
  (a) Maud Mainwaring
  m1. Sir William Trussell of Kibblestone and Warmincham (d c1345)
  m2. Oliver de Burdeaux
  (B) Sir William Mainwaring of Peever or Over Peover (d 1248)
  Visitation (1580) shows the first William of Peever to be father of Roger, father of the William who married Joan Praers then Elizabeth Lecester. In other words, the Visitation record misses out 2 of the following generations for which we are following BLG1952.
(i) William Mainwaring of Over Peover (a 1286)
  m. Agnes de Aderne see @@ above
  (a) Roger Mainwaring (dvp)
  m. Christian de Birtles
  ((1)) William Mainwaring of Over Peover (d c1341)
  m. (1325) Mary Davenport (dau of Henry Davenport)
  ((A)) William Mainwaring of Over Peover (d 1364)
  m1. Joan Praers (dau of William Praers of Baddiley)
  ((i)) William Mainwaring of Over Peover (dspl 1399)
  m1. (1366) Catherine Belgrave (dau of John Belgrave of Belgrave)
  m2. Clementia Cotton
BLG1952 reports that William dsp but Visitation (1580) reports that he had two natural sons ...
  partner unknown
  ((a)) Piers Mainwaring
  Visitation (1580) identifies this Piers as a possible father of Nicholas Mainwaring of Nantwich but gives precedence to an alternative ancestry that it also shows.
  p. Emm Farrington
  ((b)) Hugh Mainwaring
Visitation (1580) identifies this Hugh as a possible ancestor of Mainwaring of Croxton but gives precedence to an alternative ancestry that it also shows.
  m2. Margery Leycester (dau of Nicholas Leycester)
  ((ii)) John Mainwaring of Over Peover, Sheriff of Cheshire (dsp 1410)
  m. (1390) Margaret (widow of Sir John Warren)
  ((iii)) Randle Mainwaring of Over Peover (b c1368, d 1456)
  m. (1393) Margery Venables (dau of Hugh Venables of Kinderton)
  ((iv)) Emma Mainwaring
  m. Richard Winnington
  ((v)) Ellen Mainwaring
  m. Rafe Vernon (son of Richard of Shipbrook)
  ((vi)) Joan Mainwaring
  m. William Leigh of Baddiley
  ((vii))+ other issue - Thomas, Alan, Richard
((B))+ other issue - Roger, Margery, Milicent
  ((2)) Joan Mainwaring
  m. Robert de Fallybrome
  (b)+ other issue - William, Reginald, Maud
  (ii) Thomas Mainwaring
  (a) Warin Mainwaring
  (iii) Benedict Mainwaring
  (iv) Guy Mainwaring
  (v) Roger Mainwaring
  (a) William Mainwaring
  m. Margaret Toft (dau of Roger Toft of Toft)
  (C) Randoll Mainwaring (priest)
  (2) Bertred Mainwaring Y
  m. (1217) Henry of Alditheley, Sheriff of Staffordshire (b c1175, d 1236) Y

Main source(s): BLG1952 (Cavenagh-Mainwaring of Whitmore and Biddulph), Visitation (Cheshire, 1580, Meinilwarin or Manwaringe of Peever)
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