Thursday, February 9, 2012


[Ancestral Link: Harold William Miller, son of Edward Emerson Miller, son of Anna Hull (Miller), daughter of William Hull, son of Anna Hyde (Hull), daughter of Uriah Hyde, son of Ezra Hyde, son of William Hyde, son of Samuel Hyde, son of William Hyde, son of Robert Hyde, son of Jane Davenport (Hyde), daughter of Blanch Warburton (Davenport), daughter of John Warburton, son of Peter Warburton, son of Geoffrey Warburton.]

Arley Hall
Arley Hall is a country house in Arley, Cheshire, England, 3.8 miles south of Lymm and 5 miles north of Northwich. It is home to Viscount Ashbrook. In 1469 Piers Warburton moved his principal seat from Warburton to Arley where he built the first house on this site. It consisted of a 'U'-shaped building with the centre of the 'U' facing south. At the north was the great hall measuring 45 feet long by 26 feet wide (13.7m by 8m). The high table was at the west end and the west wing contained the family apartments. The east wing was the servants' wing and included the buttery, pantry and kitchens. Originally it was surrounded by a square moat. The original Arley Hall was constructed as a timber-framed building. About 1570 a three-storeyed south front was added, making the house a complete square with a large internal courtyard. Source: Photograph by Pixie2000 from

Arley Gardens

Arley Gardens

The first walled gardens were built in 1743 by Sir Peter and Lady Elizabeth Warburton at Arley Hall. Between 1840 and 1860 Rowland and Mary Egerton-Warburton re-designed the garden whose basic composition remains today. It is still maintained in the manner of a pre-war country house garden. Source: Photograph by Pixie 2000 from

Arley Green

Arley Green is a small group of houses, 0.7 miles to the east of Arley Hall. Adjacent to Arley Hall is the small village of Arley, in the civil parish of Aston by Budworth, Cheshire. The village is 3.8 miles south of Lymm and 5 miles north of Northwich. The buildings now comprising Arley Green originally formed Cowhouse Farm. Rowland Egerton-Warburton converted the half-timbered barn into a school and adapted another 18th century building into a terrace of Tudor-style buildings. The farmhouse was converted into a parsonage. Source: Photograph by Peter I Vardy from

Norton Priory coffins
Sir Geoffry de Werberton
1397, Arley, Cheshire, England
Marriage 1427, age: 30, Ellen Bruyn, Arley, Cheshire, England
Knighted 1429 age 32
Will 1448, age: 51
Death 1448, age: 51, Norton Priory, Norton, Cheshire, England
Burial, Norton Priory, Norton, Cheshire, England
Peter de Werberton 1364 – 1421
Alice de Braylesford 1368 – 1399
Peter Warburton 1395 – 1418
Margaret Warburton 1399 – 1448
Elizabeth Warburton – 1429
Spouse and Children
Ellen Bruyn 1401 – 1440
Piers de Werberton
Peter Warburton 1426 – 1495
Peter Warburton 1428 – 1475
Joan Warburton 1430 –
Thomas Warburton 1432 –
John Warburton 1434 –
Richard Warburton 1436 –
Petronel Warburton 1438 –
Marion Warburton 1440 –
Elizabeth Warburton 1442 –

Sir Geoffrey Warburton

#211545, born 1397, died 1448
Sir Geoffrey Warburton born 1397 died 1448 p21155.htm #i211545
Peter Warburton born 1364 died 1421p21155.htm#i211547
Alice Braylsford born 1368 p21155.htm#i211548
John Warburton born 1333 died 1390p21157.htm#i211564
Agnes de Wevere born 1337 p21157.htm#i211565

Sir Geoffrey Warburton was born in 1397 at Arley, Cheshire, England.
He was the son of Peter Warburton and Alice Braylsford.
He married Ellen Bruen, daughter of John Bruen.
He died in 1448.
Sir Geoffrey Warburton lived at Arley, Cheshire, England.
Child of Sir Geoffrey Warburton and Ellen Bruen
Sir Peter Warburton born 1428
[S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 1670. Hereinafter cited as Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
[S1916] Tim Boyle, "re: Boyle Family," e-mail message from (unknown address) to Darryl Roger Lundy, 16 September 2006. Hereinafter cited as "re: Boyle Family".

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