Section VM: Descendants of Sir William de Hooton

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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.4.0 on 7 Feb. 2022
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Generation One

1. SIR WILLIAM1 DE HOOTON of Hooton, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom was born between 1275/6 and 1342, and died between 1335 and 1452. [1]
Child:
+2i.WILLIAM2 DE HOOTON of Hooton, b. about 1346[3] of Hooton[3]; d. on 14 Sept. 1396[3] in Hooton[3]; m. (ZD-2) MARGRETT LEFTWICH of Leftwich, Northwich, Cheshire, b. of Leftwich[3] about 1350[3], d. of Hooton[3] about 1400, daughter of (ZD-1) John LEFTWICH.


Generation Two

2. WILLIAM2 DE HOOTON (William1) of Hooton, son of (1) Sir William1, was born about 1346[3] of Hooton[3], and died on 14 Sept. 1396[3] in Hooton[3]. He married (ZD-2) MARGRETT LEFTWICH of Leftwich, daughter of (ZD-1) John LEFTWICH, who was born about 1350[3] of Leftwich[3], and died about 1400 of Hooton[3]. [2, 3]
Child:
+3i.MARGERY3 DE HOOTON of Hooton, b. about 1364[3] of Hooton[3]; d. about 1440; m. in 1404 (ANH-10) WILLIAM STANLEY of Stourton, Cheshire, b. of Stourton about 1360[3], d. in Feb. 1428[3], son of (ANH-9) Sir William and (ABR-2) Alice (de MASCY).


Generation Three

3. MARGERY3 DE HOOTON (William2, William1) of Hooton, daughter of (2) William2 and (ZD-2) Margrett (LEFTWICH) DE HOOTON, was born between 1353/4 and 1368[3] of Hooton[3], and died between 1404 and 1478. She married in 1404, (ANH-10) WILLIAM STANLEY of Stourton, son of (ANH-9) Sir William and (ABR-2) Alice (de MASCY), who was born about 1360[3] of Stourton, and died in Feb. 1428[3]. [2, 3]
Children: See (ANH-10) William STANLEY



1. Robert Glover and William Flower, The Visitation of Cheshire in the Year 1580 (London: No publisher, 1882), 214; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org : accessed 8 March 2011).
2. Ibid., 214, 215.
3. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).