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Ernald de CHAOURCES Ch30
Born: ABT 1000, St Symphoro, Lamans, Maine, France
Married: ¿?
Children:
Ch29-1. Bouchard de CHAOURCES
Ch29. Hugh de Chaworth

Hugh de Chaworth Ch29
Born: ABT 1025, St Symphoro, Lamans, Maine, France
Father: Ernald de CHAOURCES
Mother: ¿?
Married: ¿?
Children:
Ch28. Patrick de Chaworth

Patrick de Chaworth Ch28
Born: ABT 1052, Chaworth, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: Hugh de Chaworth
Mother: ¿?
Married: Matilda HESDIN ABT 1079, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
Children:
Ch27-1. Morgan de Chaworth
Ch27. Sibyl de Chaworth
Ch27-3. Patrick de Chaworth
Ch27-4. Hugh de Chaworth
Ch27-5. Cecily de Chaworth
Ch27-6. Robert de Chaworth
Ch27-7. Payne de Chaworth

Sibyl de Chaworth Ch27
Born: ABT 1082, Kempsford, Gloucestershire, England
Died: BEF 1147, The Choir, England
Buried: Bradenstoke Priory, Wiltshire, England
Father: Patrick de Chaworth
Mother: Matilda HESDIN
Married: Walter FITZEDWARD of Salisbury Sheriff of Wiltshire
Children:
Fi26-1. William FITZWALTER
Fi26. Patrick FITZWALTER 1st Earl of Salisbury m. Ela Talvas daughter of William Talvas, Count de Ponthieu
Fi26-3. Walter FITZWALTER (Cannon of Braedenstoke)
Fi26-4. Sibyl FITZWALTER

Cecily de Chaworth Ch27-5
Born: ABT 1092, Kempsford, Gloucestershire, England
Father: Patrick de Chaworth
Mother: Matilda HESDIN
Married: Henry D'AUBIGNY ABT 1126

Patrick de Chaworth Ch27-3
Born: ABT 1093, Kempsford, Gloucestershire, England
Died: BEF 1155
Father: Patrick de Chaworth
Mother: Matilda HESDIN
Married: Wilburga de MUNDABLIEL
Children:
1. Payne de Chaworth
2. Hugh de Chaworth
3. Patrick de Chaworth

Payne de Chaworth
Born: ABT 1123, Kempsford, England
Father: Patrick de Chaworth
Mother: Wilburga de MUNDABLIEL
Married: ¿? ABT 1154
Children:
1. Patrick de Chaworth
2. Hugh de Chaworth

Patrick de Chaworth
Born: ABT 1155
Father: Payne de Chaworth
Mother: ¿?
Married: ¿? ABT 1182
Children:
1. Payne de Chaworth
2. Patrick de Chaworth
3. Hugh de Chaworth

Payne de Chaworth Ch24=25
Born: ABT 1183, Kempsford, Gloucestershire, England
Died: ABT 1237
Father: Patrick de Chaworth
Mother: ¿?
Married 1: Odeline de CLINCHAMP ABT 1214
Married 2: Gundred de La FERTE ABT 1217
Children:
Ch23=24. Patrick de Chaworth
Ch23-2. Adam de Chaworth (b. 1220 - d. 1232)
Ch23-3. Harvey de Chaworth
Ch23-4. William de Chaworth
Ch23-5. Eve de Chaworth

Patrick de Chaworth Ch23=24
Born: ABT 1218, Stoke, Northamptonshire, England
Died: ABT 1257
Father: Payne de Chaworth
Mother: Gundred de La FERTE
Married: Hawise de LONDRES1244
Children:
Ch22=23. Sir Patrick De Chaworth
Ch22-2. Payne de Chaworth (b. ABT 1245)
Ch22-3. Harvey de Chaworth (b. ABT 1248 - d. ABT 1270)
Ch22-4. Eve de Chaworth
Ch22-5. Anne (Agnes) de Chaworth
Ch22-6. Emma de Chaworth

Eve de Chaworth Ch22-4
Born: 1252, Stoke Bruern, Northumberland, England
Died: 30 Aug 1300
Father: Patrick de Chaworth
Mother: Hawise de LONDRES
Married: Robert de TIPTOFT
Children:
Ch22-4-1. Hawise TIBETOT (m. John Clavering, Lord of Stoke)
Ch22-4-2. Ada TIBETOT (m. John de Mohun)
Ch22-4-3. Payne de TIPTOFT, 1st Baron Tiptoft, (m. Agnes de Ros)

Sir Patrick de Chaworth (Ch22/23)
Born: ABT 1250, Kempsford, Gloucestershire, England
Died: 1283
Father: Patrick de Chaworth
Mother: Hawise de LONDRES
Married: Isabel de BEAUCHAMP (C. Winchester) (dau. of William de Beauchamp, E. Warwick, and Maud Fitzgeoffrey) (w.1 of William Blount - m.3 Hugh Despencer, E. Winchester) ABT 1281
Children:
Ch21. Maud Chaworth

Maud Chaworth Ch21/22/23
Born: ABT 1282, Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Died: BEF 3 Dec 1322, Mottisfont Priory, Hampshire, England
Father: Patrick de Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Isabel de BEAUCHAMP (C. Winchester)
Married: Henry PLANTAGENET (3º E. Lancaster) BEF 2 Mar 1296
Children:
1. Maud PLANTAGENET
2. Blanche PLANTAGENET (B. Wake of Lidell)
3. Henry PLANTAGENET (1º D. Lancaster)
4. Joan PLANTAGENET (B. Mowbray)
5. Mary PLANTAGENET (B. Percy)
6. Eleanor PLANTAGENET (C. Arundel)
7. Isabel PLANTAGENET (Abbess of Ambresbury) (b. ABT 1317)

Robert de Chaworth
Born: ABT 1094, Chaworth, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: Patrick de Chaworth
Mother: Matilda HESDIN
Married: Agnes de WALCHIVILLE ABT 1126, Marnham, Nottinghamshire, England
Children:
1. William de Chaworth

William de Chaworth
Born: ABT 1127, Chaworth, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: Robert de Chaworth
Mother: Agnes de WALCHIVILLE
Married: Agnes ?
Children:
1. William Chaworth
2. Robert Chaworth

William Chaworth
Born: ABT 1164, Chaworth, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: William de Chaworth
Mother: Agnes ?
Married: Alice ALFRETON ABT 1200, Alfreton, Derbyshire, England
Children:
1. Thomas Chaworth

Thomas Chaworth
Born: 1200, Beauchief, Derbyshire, England
Father: William Chaworth
Mother: Alice ALFRETON
Married: Alice ? ABT 1220
Children:
1. Thomas Chaworth
2. William Chaworth

Thomas Chaworth
Born: ABT 1226, Alfreton, Derbyshire, England
Died: BEF 1 Nov 1301
Father: Thomas Chaworth
Mother: Alice ?
Married: Joan ? ABT 1260
Children:
1. William Chaworth

William Chaworth
Born: ABT 1264, Alfreton, Derbyshire, England
Father: Thomas Chaworth
Mother: Joan ?
Married: ¿? ABT 1289
Children:
1. Thomas Chaworth

Thomas Chaworth
Born: ABT 1290, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: ABT Nov 1347
Father: William Chaworth
Mother: ¿?
Married: Alice HOUBY ABT 1309
Children:
1. Thomas Chaworth (Esq.)

Thomas Chaworth (Esq.)
Born: ABT 1310, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: ABT 1371
Father: Thomas Chaworth
Mother: Alice HOUBY
Married: Jane LUTTRELL ABT 1330
Children:
1. Thomas Chaworth

Thomas Chaworth
Born: ABT 1331, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 13 Jun 1373
Father: Thomas Chaworth (Esq.)
Mother: Jane LUTTRELL
Married: Joan (Margaret) de La POLE ABT 1350
Children:
1. William Chaworth (Sir)
2. Thomas Chaworth

William Chaworth (Sir)
Born: 1351, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: Dec 1398
Father: Thomas Chaworth
Mother: Joan (Margaret) de La POLE
Married: Alice CALTOFT ABT 1364
Children:
1. Thomas Chaworth (Sir Knight)

Thomas Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Born: ABT 1370, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 17 Feb 1458/1459
Notes: Sheriff of Lincoln. Prepared to throw in his lot with the lollard leader, Sir John Oldcastle, whose plans for a rising in early Jan 1414 were promptly and efficiently quashed by the King. Sympathy for the lollards was strong in Derbyshire, and it is worth noting that another of Oldcastle's leading supporters, the lawyer, Henry Booth, also had estates there. Orders for Chaworth's arrest were issued on 8 Jan, and he once again found himself a captive in the Tower. He was at first kept in chains, but at the beginning of Feb bonds worth 1,000 marks were offered by William Babington and his other friends as security that he would not attempt to escape if his conditions were ameliorated. Throughout this period he and his fellow captives remained under sentence of death, but in May they were pardoned and allowed to go free. It is now impossible to tell how far Sir Thomas shared Oldcastle's heretical beliefs. His later life was given over to works of conventional piety, most notably with regard to the endowment and assistance of Launde priory in Leicestershire, although the evidence of his will shows him to have possessed a large number of devotional works (some of which were in English), including a graile (gradual) manuell and a litel portose (breviary) the whiche the saide Sir Thomas toke with hym alway when he rode, so he may well have continued the lollard practice of placing particular emphasis on private prayer. The inclusion of his distant kinsman, William Booth, Archbishop of York, among the three supervisors of his will and his appointment, in 1423, of the bishops of Durham and Worcester as his trustees would, however, confirm that, in public at least, he eschewed any suspect doctrines. Once released from prison, Sir Thomas understandably made every effort to re-establish himself in King Henry's good graces; and he seized the opportunity offered in 1415 by the latter's invasion of France to prove his loyalty. He indented to serve in the royal army with a personal retinue of eight men-at-arms and 24 archers, and was duly accorded the necessary letters of protection.
Although he never quite managed to recover the position of trust which he had previously enjoyed, Sir Thomas was in a sense able to compensate for this by making a remarkably lucrative second marriage. By his first wife, Nicola, he had only one child, a daughter named Elizabeth, who married John, Lord Scrope of Masham (d.1455) before 1418, and seems to have become her father's favourite. Whereas Nicola brought little in the way of property or advancement to the Chaworths, Sir Thomas's new bride, the daughter of Sir Thomas Aylesbury, added greatly to their territorial possessions. We do not know exactly what Isabel received at the time of her marriage, but her father was extremely rich, and in May 1416 he made his new son-in-law one of his principal trustees. The latter was thus singularly well placed to advance his own interests when Aylesbury died, two years later, and promptly obtained control of the manors of Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire and Abinger in Surrey during the minority of his young brother-in-law, John. The successive deaths within the next five years of both John and his baby son caused a dramatic change in Chaworth's circumstances, for his wife thus became coheir with her sister, Eleanor, of all her late father's property. Her share comprised the manors of Albury, Wilstone and Tiscott in Hertfordshire, Rousham in Oxfordshire, Sells Green in Wiltshire, Bradwell, Broughton and Drayton Beauchamp in Buckinghamshire, Oxhill in Warwickshire, and Dodford, Blatherwycke, Pytchley and Weston in Northamptonshire. She also inherited various tenements in Cripplegate, London. Altogether, these properties were worth a bare minimum of £93 p.a.; and although part of them remained in the hands of Isabel's widowed mother until 1436, the improvement in Chaworth's status and finances was still remarkable. He also kept up a wide and influential range of social connexions. In February 1419 he stood bail for Sir John Pelham (an executor of Henry IV), and a few weeks later he joined with Sir Ralph Shirley in offering recognizances worth 200 marks to Sir Richard Stanhope. His relations with Shirley did not remain cordial for long, since, as one of the heirs of Lord Basset of Drayton, he found himself drawn into an alliance with Humphrey, earl of Stafford, who was determined to secure the entire Basset inheritance for himself. Whereas Chaworth's mother had been prepared to relinquish her title to the Staffords, Shirley clung on grimly to what was legally his, and thus met with the full force of Earl Humphrey's displeasure. Shirley was eventually driven out of the property by force majeur, claiming that his eviction had been effected be the procurement and instance of Sir Thomas Chaworth.10 As we have already seen, another prominent member of Chaworth's circle was Sir John Zouche, who conveyed his Yorkshire manor of Bolton-upon-Dearne to him, in 1422, as a trustee, and later made him a feoffee-to-uses of other property as well. Zouche's daughter, Elizabeth, married Sir Nicholas Bowet, a kinsman of Henry Bowet, Archbishop of York, and on the latter's death, in the following year, Chaworth proceeded to exploit this connexion so that he could obtain custody of the temporalities of the archbishopric until the consecration of the next incumbent. He went on, some time later, to consolidate the relationship by arranging a marriage between his eldest son, William, and Sir Nicholas's daughter. Chaworth's young ward, William Fitzwilliam of Sprotborough in Yorkshire, meanwhile proved a more than suitable husband for his younger daughter (another Elizabeth), to whom he was betrothed while still a minor. An interesting list of Chaworth's other intimates is furnished by an enfeoffment of 1423, whereby he conveyed the bulk of his estates to a new body of trustees. As noted above, he probably chose the bishops of Durham and Worcester in order to demonstrate his return to orthodoxy, but his appointment of Thomas, Lord Roos of Helmsley, and Ralph, Lord Cromwell, provides a clear indication of where his temporal loyalties lay. He acted for a long time as Roos's feoffee-to-uses; and in 1434, some four years after the latter's death, he was permitted to farm the manor of Orston in Nottinghamshire during the minority of Roos's next heir. It was, however, Chaworth's association with Lord Cromwell which proved of particular consequence, since through it he became drawn into Cromwell's longstanding and bitter feud with Sir Henry Pierrepont (his colleague in the Parliament of 1423). Having wrested the Heriz family inheritance from Pierrepont by highly dubious means, Cromwell secured his title, in 1431, by conveying the property to a panel of influential feoffees, including Chaworth and his friend, Sir Richard Vernon. Not surprisingly, then, when violence erupted between Pierrepont and his other enemies, the Foljambes, Chaworth threw his not inconsiderable weight behind the Foljambes, and as head of the second jury at the Derby sessions of oyer and terminer, in 1434, he did everything he could to support their allegations. He even offered bail for Richard Brown of Repton, who stood accused of attempting to procure Thomas Foljambe's acquittal; and in the following year he and Cromwell capitalized upon their position as royal commissioners of inquiry in Nottinghamshire to question Pierrepont's title to the manor of Sneinton. Later, in 1440, Sir Henry tried to recover some of his losses by suing Chaworth and Lord Cromwell's other trustees, but pressure was brought upon him to settle out of court. Chaworth remained close to Cromwell until the latter's death, for the two men acted together, on New Year's Day 1448, as witnesses to an oath made by Richard Willoughby, renouncing his inheritance. In later life he was recruited into the service of Henry, duke of Warwick, who made him and one of his sons joint stewards of his property in Leicestershire and Rutland.
In May 1449 he and his sister-in-law (who had married Sir Humphrey Stafford of Grafton) complained to the King about the damage done by deer from the forest of Rockingham to crops growing on their Northamptonshire estates, and were permitted to enclose the land in question. Sir Thomas was able to consolidate his holdings even further as a result of the death, in about 1457, of John Cressy, whose next heirs were his wife and her sister. In the event, however, he did not enjoy the profits of these new acquisitions for very long, since his own death occurred, shortly after that of his wife, on 10 Feb 1459. The couple were buried together at the priory of Launde, where they had founded a chantry some seven years before.
Although he must have been well over 80 when he died, Chaworth remained active in local government until the very end.
Father: William Chaworth (Sir)
Mother: Alice CALTOFT
Married 1: Nicola BRAYBROOKE (dau. of Reginald Braybrooke and Joan de la Pole) ABT 1377 / ABT 1403, Annesley, Nottinghamshire, England
Children:
1. Elizabeth Chaworth (B. Scrope of Masham)
Married 2: Isabel AYLESBURY (dau. of Sir Thomas Aylesbury and Catherine Pabenham) ABT 1429, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England
Children:
2. George Chaworth (Sir Knight)
3. William Chaworth (Sir Knight)
4. Elizabeth Chaworth
5. John Chaworth
6. Catherine Chaworth
7. Thomas Chaworth
8. Lawrence Chaworth (b. ABT 1441)
9. Robert Chaworth (b. ABT 1443)
10. Henry Chaworth (b. ABT 1445)
11. Joan Chaworth (b. ABT 1447)
12. Margery Chaworth (b. ABT 1449)

Elizabeth Chaworth (B. Scrope of Masham)
Born: ABT 1391
Died: BEF 12 Mar 1466/67
Father: Thomas Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Nicola BRAYBROOKE
Married: John SCROPE (4° B. Scrope of Masham)
Children:
1. Elizabeth SCROPE (B. Scrope of Bolton)
2. Thomas SCROPE (5° B. Scrope of Masham)
3. John SCROPE
4. Anne SCROPE (b. 1412)
5. Henry SCROPE (b. 1404)
6. Eleanor SCROPE
7. Magistrix SCROPE

Elizabeth Chaworth
Born: 1420, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: Thomas Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Isabel AYLESBURY
Married: William FITZWILLIAM of Sprotborough (Sir)
Children:
1. William FITZWILLIAM of Sprotborough (Sir)
2. Catherine FITZWILLIAM

Catherine Chaworth
Born: ABT 1436, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: Thomas Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Isabel AYLESBURY
Married: William LEEKE (b. 1434) 1462, Ripinghall, Lincolnshire, England

Thomas Chaworth
Born: ABT 1439, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: Thomas Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Isabel AYLESBURY
Married: Dau. SCROPE ABT 1460

John Chaworth
Born: ABT 1434, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: Thomas Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Isabel AYLESBURY
Married: Margaret BOWET (b. 1436) (dau. of Nicholas Bowet and Elizabeth Zouche) 1462, Ripinghall, Lincolnshire, England
Children:
1. Thomas Chaworth

Thomas Chaworth
Born: ABT 1461, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 25 Dec 1510
Father: John Chaworth
Mother: Margaret BOWET
Married: Dau. HUDDLESTON (dau. of John Huddleston) ABT 1491

William Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Born: ABT 1430, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: ABT 1467
Father: Thomas Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Isabel AYLESBURY
Married: Elizabeth BOWET (b. 1434 - d. 17 Mar 1501/2) (dau. of Nicholas Bowet and Elizabeth Zouche) 1462, Ripinghall, Lincolnshire, England
Children:
1. Joan Chaworth
2. Thomas Chaworth (Esq.)

Joan Chaworth
Born: ABT 1463, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: ABT 1507
Father: William Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Elizabeth BOWET
Married: John ORMONDE of Alfreton
Children:
1. Joan ORMONDE (m. 1 Thomas Dynham - m.2 William Fitzwilliam)
2. Elizabeth ORMONDE (m. Anthony Babington)

Thomas Chaworth (Esq.)
Born: 18 May 1457 / 1464, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 1483
Father: William Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Elizabeth BOWET
Married: Margaret TALBOT ABT 1482, Shrewsbury, England

George Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Born: ABT 1424, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: Thomas Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Isabel AYLESBURY
Married: Alice ANNESLEY (dau. of Sir John Annesley)
Children:
1. Thomas Chaworth

Thomas Chaworth
Born: ABT 1452, Cropwell Butler, Nottinghamshires, England
Died: ABT 1485, Tithby, Nottinghamshires, England
Father: George Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Alice ANNESLEY
Married: Ankaret de SERLEBY
Children:
1. George Chaworth

George Chaworth
Born: ABT 1472, Annesley, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 22 Sep 1521, Langar, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: Thomas Chaworth
Mother: Ankaret de SERLEBY
Married 1: Catherine BABINGTON (b. 1478 - d. 12 Oct 1517) (dau. of Thomas Babington and Edith Fitzherbert) ABT 1497
Children:
1. John Chaworth (Sir Knight)
2. George Chaworth
3. Anne Chaworth (b. ABT 1502)
4. Dorothy Chaworth
5. Elizabeth Chaworth
6. Catherine Chaworth (b. ABT 1508)
7. Henry Chaworth
Married 2: Ellen NORTH ABT 1519
Children:
7. Thomas Chaworth (b. ABT 1520)

Dorothy Chaworth
Born: ABT 1504, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: George Chaworth
Mother: Catherine BABINGTON
Married: John SELIOKE

Elizabeth Chaworth
Born: ABT 1505, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: George Chaworth
Mother: Catherine BABINGTON
Married: Arthur BARLOW (son of Robert Barlow and Margaret Eyre) 14 Dec 1522, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Children:
1. Robert BARLOW of Barlow (Esq.) (b. ABT 1522 - d. 1535) (m. Elizabeth de Hardwicke, C. Shrewsbury)
2. Dorothy BARLOW (m. George Foljambe)
3. George BARLOW (b. ABT 1536 - d. 20 Jan 1578) (m. Jane Frechville)

John Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Born: ABT 1498, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 3 Sep 1558, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Buried: Langar, Nottinghamshire, England
Notes: knighted 1533, at the coronation of Queen Anne Boleyn, and dates his will in "...the fift and sext years of the reignes of our sovraigne lord and lady Philippe and Marie by the grace of God King and Queene of England Spayne, france, both Cicilles Jerlem and Ireland. Defenders of the Faith...". Will proved 1559; Dame Mary, his widow, Sir Gervase Clifton, Knight, and John Manners, Esq., were the executors. Sir John leaves by will "...that my dearly beloved wif Dame Marie Chaworth for that she shall be the more able to mayntayne and kepe a substanciall house at Wyverton after my decease which my will and desire is she shall so do, I give unto her one acre of wood to be had and taken within my wods of Ep'ston and Burton Jorce yerly during her life to be taken for firewode and spent at Wyverton...". He also expresses a wish that an "...honest house be kepte at my house at Wyverton one half yere after my death, so that my household servants resorting thither may have meate and drynke so oft as they com...". Another bequest orders "...500 loodes of stones to be gathered in the fieldes of Bingham and Tithbye and to be lade in the lane at Wyverton...". He also leaves to every parish church in Notts., Derbyshire, and Leicestershire "...having dyvine service wekely...", where he has any land, 6s. 8d., and that quarries of glass, coloured with his arms, shall be set in every one of the churches, that "...the people seeing the same may be the rather moved to pray for me...". Sir John Chaworth and his wife lie buried under a handsome alabaster tomb in the north transept of Langar Church, and by the curious inscription round it, it would appear that husband and wife died in the same month. Glover gives the translation as follows: "Here lyeth Sir John Chaworth . . . who died at Wyverton 3rd Sept. 1558... His 2nd wife Mary daur of Sir Wm Fasten died in the year and month aforesaid, and together with him is here buried, who being joined together in this tomb, I pray may be joined together in Heaven. Thus life gave what death was not able to give". Perhaps this is only to be taken allegorically, as Dame Mary appears to have proved the will in the following year.
Father: George Chaworth
Mother: Catherine BABINGTON
Married 1: Elizabeth COMPTON ABT 1528, Dorsetshire, England
Married 2: Mary PASTON ABT 1548
Children:
1. George Chaworth (Sir Knight)
2. William Chaworth (b. ABT 1551)
3. Bridget Chaworth
4. Catherine Chaworth
5. Faith Chaworth (b. ABT 1557)
6. Anne Chaworth (b. ABT 1558)

Bridget Chaworth
Born: ABT 1553, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 18 Apr 1621
Notes: bedchamber-woman to Queen Elizabeth, and to Anne of Denmark. There is a monument to her memory in Ufford Church.
Father: John Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Mary PASTON
Married: William CARR of Sleaford (Sir) Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England

Catherine Chaworth
Born: ABT 1555, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: John Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Mary PASTON
Married: Son QUARLES

George Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Born: 27 May 1549, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 4 Mar 1589/90, Langer, Nottinghamshire, England
Buried: Langer, Nottinghamshire, England
Notes: See his Biography.
Father: John Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Mary PASTON
Married: Anne PASTON 15 Jul 1572, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Children:
1. Isabel Chaworth
2. Elizabeth Chaworth

Elizabeth Chaworth
Born: 1 Oct 1585, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 24 Aug 1635, Hanwell, Oxfordshire, England
Father: George Chaworth (Sir Knight)
Mother: Anne PASTON
Married: William COPE (2º Bt.)(b. ABT 1577 - d. 2 Aug 1637) (son of Sir Anthony Cope and Frances Lytton) 8 Apr 1602, Hanwell, Oxfordshire, England
Children:
1. John COPE (3º Bt.)
2. Jonathan COPE of Rawton Abbey (m. Anne Fermor)
3. Frances COPE (m. Robert Lee)
4. Mary COPE
5. Ursula COPE

George Chaworth
Born: ABT 1500, Lindley, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: George Chaworth
Mother: Catherine BABINGTON
Married: Mary SACHEVERELL ABT 1529, Morley, Derbyshire, England
Children:
1. Henry Chaworth
2. Catherine Chaworth
3. John Chaworth
4. Mary Chaworth
5. George Chaworth
6. Lucy Chaworth

Henry Chaworth
Born: ABT 1530, Lindley, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: George Chaworth
Mother: Mary SACHEVERELL
Married: Valencia ASHTON ABT 1573, Nottinghamshire, England
Children:
1. George Chaworth (b. ABT 1574 - d. AFT 1614)

George Chaworth
Born: ABT 1537, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: George Chaworth
Mother: Mary SACHEVERELL
Married: Gertrude LEEKE ABT 1560

John Chaworth
Born: ABT 1534, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: George Chaworth
Mother: Mary SACHEVERELL
Married: Jane VINCENT (dau. of David Vincent and Jane Rotsey) ABT 1567
Children:
1. George Chaworth (b. ABT 1568 - d. 3 Jul 1639)
2. Bartholemew Chaworth (b. ABT 1570)
3. John Chaworth (b. ABT 1572)
4. Henry Chaworth (b. ABT 1573)
5. Mary Chaworth (b. ABT 1574)
6. Jane Chaworth (b. ABT 1576)
7. William Chaworth (b. ABT 1577)
8. Richard Chaworth (b. ABT 1578)
9. Thomas Chaworth (b. ABT 1580)
10. Son Chaworth (b. ABT 1581)
11. Catherine Chaworth (b. ABT 1582)

George Chaworth
Born: ABT 1568, Armagh, Ireland
Died: 3 Jul 1639, Bath, Somersetshire, England
Buried: 15 Jul 1639, Langar, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: John Chaworth
Mother: Jane VINCENT
Married: Mary KNYVETON (b. 1577 - d. 28 Jul 1646) (dau. of William Knyveton and Jane Leeche) ABT 1604, Mercaston, Derbyshire, England
Children:
1. Richard Chaworth (b. 1598 - d. 1672) (m. Sophia Bertie)
2. John Chaworth (b. 1605 - d. 1644) (m.1 Elizabeth Noel - m.2 Elizabeth Hickman - m.3 Penelope Noel)
3. George Chaworth
4. Arabella Chaworth
5. Gilbert Chaworth