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Bate of Little Chester


On 7 Jan 2007 I, Will Johnson, received by email, a pedigree. I do not know the underlying source, but at the top is this heading:

"Bate of Little Chester, co Derby and Ashby-de-la-Zouche, co Leicester

"Compiled from the Pedigrees entered in 1662 and 1682, from Parish Registers, Monuments, etc., by

"J. Paul Rylands, F.S.A."

Part of this document is typeset and part is handwriten, I will indicate the part that is handwriten by italicizing it.

One page

John Poole of Poole, co Chester. 1st husband, married (s.p.) Joan, dau'r of Sir John Warburton of Arley, co Chester, Knt., who was High Sheriff of Cheshire 1505 and later years. 2 wife. (Joan) married Sir William Turvile, of Aston-Flamvile, Knt. Died 1549. (William) married Helen dau'r of Sir John Ferrers of Tamworth Knight. 1 wife. K. 2 fo: 136, Coll: Arm:

By Joan Warburton, issue, called "Tuvile of Aston-Flamvile. By Helen Ferrers, issue John Turvile of Thurleston and Newhall, Esq. Died 1561. Married Mary, dau of Thomas Findern, of Findern, co. Derby, Esq. [I did not transcribe the remainder of this page]

Another page

Another page from this same source has a bunch of information on the Bate family at Ashby at the end of the 17th and beginning of the 18th century, but in particular I note the following:

"In the 'Reliquary,' vol. xi., and in Glover's Hist. Derbyshire, vol. ii. pt. i. p. 367, are pedigrees of Lowe of Denby, and from them it appears that William Drury, Alderman of Nottingham, married in 1717 Anne, dau'r of John Lowe of Denby, Esq., J.P. for co. Derby. Their only son and heir, William Drury, marr. in 1748 Mary, dau'r of Thomas Hunt of Nottingham (she survived her husband and died at Nottingham 19 Sept. 1791), and had with other issue William Drury Lowe of Locks Park, Esq., J.P. for co. Derby, who died 1827. Mr. Drury took the name and arms of Lowe on succeeding to the estates of that family."

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