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Cheyne 1

: Caisneto or Chesney of Caisneto or Chesney, Chesney of Addington, Chesney of Horsford

m Peter FitzHenry son of Henry FitzAilwin of London
This family probably originated in Quesnai, Normandy. In England the name was originally spelt de Chesney or de Chasney, being 'latinised' as de Caisneto, and later Cheyney or Cheney. In Scotland the name was commonly spelt Chen from the early 14th century and Cheyne from about 1600. Their progenitor, who came to England at the time of or shortly after the Conquest, was ...

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Ch31 =32 =33. Ralf de Caisneto a 1086
m Maud dau of William de Watville name found on web site
Ch30-1. Ralf de Caisneto
m Emma
Ch30-1-1 John de Caisneto
i. Emma de Caisneto = Emma de Chesney
m Michael Belet
ii. Alice de Caisneto = Alice de Chesney
m1 Hugh de Periers mentioned in TCP vol X, appendix J
m2 Geoffrey de Sai b c1155, d 1230
Ch30-2. William de Caisneto
According to our Main Source, which is careful to report that this connection has not yet been fully proved, this William is thought to have been either the same person as or possibly the father of ...
Ch30-2-1 William le Chen
This may also have been the William de Caisneto who is reported in various web sites to have been father of ...
Ch30-2-2 Matilda or Maud de Chesney d by 1198
m Henry FitzGerold d 1174-5, Chamberlain
Ch30-3. Sybil de Caisneto = Sybil de Chesney, lady of Rudham b c 1090 Rudham Norfolk d 1115 Hereford Norfolk
m Robert FitzWalter de Windsor of Horsford b c 1090 d 29 Sep 1174 This connection is supported by TCP Engaine.
Ch30-3-1 William 'de Caisneto' of Horsford and Colne, Sheriff of Norfolk d 12.1174 = William de Chesney or Cheney of Horsford
m1 m Albreda de Poynings b c 1137 Pangdean Sussex d 1174 Blythborough Suffolk dau of Adam de Poynings
m2 Gilla x + 6 ch
Ch30-3-1-1 Alice de Cheney of Horncastle b 1132
m Roger de Cundy, Lord of Coventry
-1 Agnes de Cuni/de Condet b c 1160 Caenby, Lincolnshire d 23 Dec 1263 in Gwynedd, Wales m Walter 2nd Baron Clifford -1-1 Sir Walter Clifford, 3rd Baron Clifford b 1187 Clifford Castle, Clifford, Herefordshire d there Dec 1263 m1 Isabel m2 Margaret verch Llewelyn + 2 ch
-1-2 Sir Roger de Clifford, Sr., Kt.
-1-3 Sir Giles de Clifford
-1-4 Maud de Clifford
-1-5 Richard de Clifford
-1-6 Simon de Clifford
-1-7 Basilia de Clifford
-1-8 Cecilia de Clifford
-1-9 Sir Hugh Clifford
-1-1-1 Lucia Clifford b c 1220 Clifford Castle m Hugh FitzHugh de Say
-1-1-2 Maud de Clifford, Baroness Giffard
-1-1-1-1 Lucy de Say b c 1235 m Sir Thomas de Arderne of Preston
Ch30-3-1-2 William de Cheney
Ch30-3-1-3 Matilda de Cheney
Ch30-3-1-4 Margery de Caisneto = Margery de Chesney of Horsford
m1 Hugh de Cressi or Cressey d 1189
The following comes from Commoners vol I, Clavering of Callaly.
a. Roger de Cressey
m Isabella de Rie
1+ 4 sons dsp
m2 Robert FitzRoger of Warkworth and Clavering d 22.11.1214
Ch30-3-1-3 Sara de Caisneto = Sara de Chesney of Colne
m Richard Engaine of Laxton and Pytchley d 23.04.1209
Ch30-3-1-7 Clemence de Caisneto = Clemence de Chesney of Hoo dsp
m Jordan de Sackville dsp
Ch30-3-2 Roger FitzRobert
Ch30-3-3 John FitzRobert d 1149
Ch30-3-4 Margaret FitzRobert
m Heimo de St. Clair
Some web sites report that Ralf was also father of ...
Ch30 =31 =32 Philip de Caisneto of Addington, Surrey
Ch29 =30 =31 Reynold de Caisneto of Addington b 1095
Ch=28 =29 =30 Philip de Caisneto or Chesney of Addington
Ch27 =28 =29 Bartholomew de Chesney of Addington BHO has some contradictions. 'The Environs of London' vol 1, Addington reports that Batholomew had 2 daughters, one married Peter grandson of Ailwin of London and the other married William Aguillon who inherited part of Addington. VCH Sussex, vol 7, Fulking reports that Bartholomew's dau/heir Isabel m. Peter, eldest son of Henry Fitz Ailwin, Mayor of London, and that their younger daughter Joan m2. William Aguillon d 1244. We follow the latter view which is supported by VCH Surrey, vol 4, Addington.
Ch26 =27 =28 Isabel de Chesney Wikipedia identifies Peter 1165-1207 as eldest son of Henry c1135-1212 who became the first Mayor of London in 1189.
Fi25-1 Margaret of Addington dsp?
m Ralph de Clere
Fi25 =26 =27 Joan of Addington
m1 Ralph Parmentier of London
m2 William d'Aguillon of Addington d 1244
Ag24 =25 =26 Sir Robert Aguillon of Addington 'of Watton & Perching', Sheriff of Surrey d 15.02.1285/6 ('The Environs of London' vol 1, Addington reports that Robert "married Margaret, Countess of the Isle of Wight, by whom he had two daughters; one of whom married Jourdan de Saukvil, ancestor of the Duke of Dorset; the other married Hugh Bardolf". However, TCP Bardolf identifies Hugh Bardolf's wife as Isabel, "da. and 15 Feb 1285/6 sole h." of Sir Robert Aguillon of Addington by his 1st wife Joan, dau of William Ferrers, Earl of Derby. That Joan is shown by TCP Derby as "dead in Oct. 1267" so a 2nd wife of Robert could not have been mother by Robert of Margery who m. Jordan de Sackville as the latter is reported by Collins to have died in 1Ed1 1272. We suspect that Margery may well have been co-heir of Sir Robert but was his sister rather than daughter.
m1 Joan de Ferrers d 10.1267, dau of William de Ferrers, Earl of Derby
Ag23 =24 =25 Isabel Aguillon b 25.03.1257/8, d before 28.05.1323
m before 1282 Hugh Bardolf or Bardolph, 1st Lord b c 29.09.1259, d 09.1304
Ba22 =23 =25 Sir Thomas Bardolf, 2nd Lord b 04.10.1282, d 15.12.1328 m Agnes d 11.12.1357, "perhaps" dau of William de Grandison, Sn de Grandison, by Blanche, dau of Louis de Savoie, Baron de Vaud
Ba22-2 Nichole Bardolfpresumed to have been the Nichole who married ... m1 Sir Robert de Arderne of Perching a 1329 m2 Sir Thomas Wale
Ba22-3 William Bardolph b about 1290, y Bardolph ancestor of Edmond Bardolph father of Maude Bardolph m Thomas Hoo of Hoo
Ba22-4 Margery
Ba21 =22 =24 John Bardolf, 3rd Lord of Wirmegay b 13.01.1311/2 or 1313/4, d 29.07.1363 m 1326 Elizabeth D'Amorie b 1318, a 1360, dau/heir of Sir Roger D'Amorie by Elizabeth de Clare
Ba21-2 Margaret Bardolf probably of this generation m before 1334 Adam de Welles, 3rd Lord b 22.07.1304, d 02.1344/5
Ba21-3 Also shown in this generation by freepages Barbara Bardolf m Roger Lewknor and had Thomas Lewknor m Joan d'Oyly
Ba21-3-1 Roger Lewknor
m2 Margaret, Countess of the Isle of Wight
Margery Aguillon probably of this generation
m Jourdan de Saukvil Jordan de Sackville d 1272

Sources: 'The Cheyne family in Scotland' by Lt. Colonel A.Y. Cheyne, published in 1931.
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