'Wolverton1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Wolverton of Wolverton

Baker identifies the arms of this family as "Azure, an eagle displayed Or debruised by a bend Gules".
Maino Brito of Wyke Hamon, Thenford etc (Northamptonshire) & Wolverton etc. (Buckinghamshire) (a temp William Conqueror)
1. Meinfelin de Wolverton, Sheriff of Buckinghamshire & Bedfordshire (a 1135)
  m. ?? Warren (sister of William Warren, Earl Warren and of Surrey)
  A. Hamon FitzMeinfelin de Wolverton (d 1185)
  m. Matilda Mauduit (a 1185, dau of ?? Mauduit of Hanslope)
  i. Hamon FitzHamon FitzMeinfelin de Wolverton (b c1165, d 1199)
  m1. ??
  a. Sir William FitzHamon de Wolverton (dsp 1246)
  m. Helewise (a 1248, m2. Ralph de Arden?)
  b. Sir Alan FitzHamon de Wolverton (d 1248)
  (1) Sir John FitzAlan de Wolverton (b c1218, d 1295)
  m. Isabel (m2. Robert de Arden)
  (A) Sir John de Wolverton (d 1341)
  (i) Sir John de Wolverton (d 13.07.1349)
  m1. (1312) Joan Peche (dau of Bartholomew Peche)
  (a) Joan de Wolverton (d 17.07.1349)
  m. Hugh Wake of Clifford
  ((1)) John Wake (a 1376)
  (b) Constance de Wolverton (dsp 1366)
  (c) Sarah de Wolverton (d 1349)
  m. Richad Basing
  ((1)) Adam Basing (a 1376)
  (d) Cecily de Wolverton (d by 1349)
m. _ Grosset
  ((1)) Theobald Grosset (dsp 1366)
  ((2)) Elizabeth Grosset (dsp 1376)
  m1. William Boyes
  m2.(1366) Thomas de Covele
  m2. (1331) Joan Combemartin (a 1351, dau/coheir of William Combemartin of Stoke Bruer, m1. Andrew St. Liz, m3. Sir John Chastillon of Thornton)
The following is supported by 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 2, 1841, 'Combemartin, Oxenford, Cheshunt, St. John, Chastillon and Wolverton', p241).
  (e) Ralph de Wolverton (b c1347, d 1351)
  (f) Margery de Wolverton (b c1330, d 1376)
  m1. (1351) John le Hunt of Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire
  ((1)) Joan Hunt
  m. (1376) John Longueville of Little Billing (d 1430-38)
  m2. (1365) Roger de Louth
  (g) Elizabeth de Wolverton (b c1332)
  m1. Leonard Beckering or Berking
  m2. Roger de la Camera
  m3. (1365) William de Cogenho of Cogenho or Cooknoe (d 1388)
  m2. Agatha Trusbut (dsp 1246-7, sister/coheir of Robert Trusbut, m2. William de Albini of Belvoir)
  ii.+ 3 daughters (a 1185)

Main source(s): 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 2, 1841, 'Maino Brito and Wolverton of Wolverton co. Bucks and Wicken', p252)
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