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Molyneux 1: Molyneux of Little Crosby, Molyneux de Molines of Sefton
The information on wives highlighted by purplish asterisks ** has provisionally been obtained from the impressive site at www.geneajourney.com but additional data has been added from other sites and referencecs.
Mo31 =32 =34. William de Molines, later of Sephton b c 1040
William was father or possibly brother of ...
the founder of the family, was so named, according to some authorities, from Moulins, a town of Bourbonnais, France. This doubtful as it probably took its origin from some place in Normandy. There is a village of Moulineaux, situated at the foot of a hill about ten miles from Rouen, where the church contains some curious sculpture of the thirteenth century. On the summit of the hill are the remains of an ancient stronghold known as the Chateau of Robert le Diable. Froissart also mentions the capture of a Castle of Molineux: “The lorde Courcy and the lorde de Ryuer,” so runs the chronicle, “beseiged Carentyne with great puissance, and at last they dyde so moche, that they had it by treatie, and so it was gyuen up to the obeysance of the Frenche kyng. Thus they had Carentyne, and put therein newe men of warre, and then departed and went to the Castell of Molineaux, and within three dayes they had it by treatie.” Carentyne, or Carenton, is a town in Lower Normandy, situated on the river Douve.
Mo30 =31 =33. Vivian de Molines
Mo29 =30 =32. Adam de Molines of Sefton
m Annota de Garnett dau of Benedict de Garnett of Speke
To a deed by which Adam de Molines, grandson of William de Moulins, of Sephton, conveyed certain lands in Mellinge to the church of the Blessed Mary at Cockersand, is appended a seal, with his arms, a cross moline, circumscribed, “S. Adami de Molineus.” In the deed itself he is described, “Adamus ille dictus Mulans dedit in puram in perpetuam elimosinam beata Mariae de Cokersand quosdam acras terrae apud Meling et Conswugh vt patet in Libro Antiquo Abbatia predicta.”
Mo28 =29 =31. Robert de Molines or Molyneux temp John who r. 1199-1216
m Beatrix de Villiers dau of Sir Robert de Villiers of Little Crosby

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Mo27 =28 =30 Richard de Molines or Molyneux of Sefton and Little Crosby.
m Edith le Boteler dau of Sir Richard le Boteler, 'Pincerna', lord of Warrington
The name of Molineux was anciently called by the common people in Lancashire “Mulas,” and it is so rendered in the Testa de Nevill, or Liber Feudorum, compiled temp. Henry III. and Edward I. Roger Gerneth, who held the lordship of Spec, or Speke, shortly after the Conquest, gave two carucates of land to “Richard de Mulas,” or Molineux. In some instances—that of Adam, Bishop of Chichester, for example—the name was spelt Moleyns.

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Mo26 =27 =29 Adam Molyneux of Sefton a 1228
m Lettice de Brenley
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Mo25 =27 =28
Sir William Molyneux of Sefton
m Margaret de Thornton dau of Sir Alan de Thornton

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Mo24 =25 =27 Richard Molyneux of Sefton d c 1320
m Emma Donne

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Mo23 =24 =26 Sir William Molyneux of Sefton b c 1250 a 1286
m 1286 Isabella Scarsbrick b c 1266 d 1289
+1 Henry de Scarisbrick
Mo23 =25 Sir Richard Molyneux of Sefton and Little Crosby b c 1289 d 1363
m Agatha Kyrton dau of->
+1 Sir Roger Kyrton of Lardbrook
Mo22 =24 Sir William Molyneux of Sefton and Little Crosby b c 1309
m1 Joan Ellall dau of->
+1 JordanEllall, forester of Wyresdale,
m Anne de Thwenge
Mo21-1 Sir William Molyneux of Sefton b c 1330 d a 1367
m Jane Holland dau of Sir Robert Holland
Mo21-1-1 Sir Richard Molyneux of Sefton, Sheriff of Lancashire
m Ellen Ursewick dau of Sir Thomas Ursewick
Mo21-1-2 Sir Thomas Molyneux probable ancestor of Molyneux of Castle Dillon
Mo21-2 Sir Thomas Molyneux b about 1332 d 1388
Mo21 =23 Sir John Molyneux of Crosby b c 1333
Mo2o-1 Agatha Molyneux
m David Blundell
Mo20 =22 Jane Molyneux b c 1355
m Robert Roger Erneys of Chester Ormerod's 'Miscellanea Palatina' identifies the following Alice as dau/heir of Roger Erneys of Chester & Speke by Jane, dau/heir of William Molyneux of Crosby.
Er19 =21 Alice Erneys b c 1375
m Sir Henry Norreys of Spekeb c 1350 d c 1430
a 1421
Mo20-3 daughter Molyneux
m Henry Charnock of Charnock
m2 Margaret relict of Sir Robert Holland
Mo22-2 Joan Molyneux apparently of this generation
m . 1360 Henry de Scarisbrick
Mo22-3 Ellen Molyneux apparently of this generation
m Sir Richard Bold of Bold d c1390
Mo22 James Molynes of Hants possibly of this generation b about 1270
m Christian Drokenbrode
apparently of this generation
Mo21 Julian Molyneux possibly of this generation
m Sir Richard Windsor Wi21
Wi20 James de Windsor b 1325 in Wymondham, Norfolk or Bradenlove, Buckinghamshire d 2 Oct 1370 knighted by Kind Edward III
m Elizabeth Streech St20 b 1328 d 1405 dau of John Streech
-1 Miles de Windsor b c 1354, Bradenlove, Buckinghamshire d 31 Mar 1387, Bradenlove
m1 Alice de Wymondham Wy19 about 1371
m2 Margaret Stroundon
-1-1 Wi18 Brian de Windsor b c 1372 d 30 Apr 1399 m c 1392 Alice Drew Dr18 -1-1-1 Richard de Windsor Wi17 b c 1395 Bradenlove Bucks d 1428 London bur Stanwell m1 Christian Faulkner Fa17 dau of Richard Faulkner of Southampton b 1354 m2 x
-1-1-2 Miles de Windsor
-1-1-1-1 Miles de Windsor Wi16 b c 1410 in Stanwell, Middlesex d 30 Sep 1451 at St. Bartholomew in Ferrera Italy or Colnbrook Bucks m Joan Greene Gr16 b c 1414 in Bridgenorth dau of Walter Greene Gr17 and either x de Sancto Ivone or Elizabeth Warner
-1-1-1-2 Agnes Windsor
-1-1-1-1-1 Thomas de Windsor Wi15, Lord Stanwell m Elizabeth Andrews An15, dau of John Andrews An16and Elizabeth Stratton St16, she m2 Robert Lytton of Lytton and Knebworth) before 1 Feb 1465/6, Baylham, Suffolk -1-1-1-1-1-1 Elizabeth Windsor, m Sir Richard Fowler and had issue
-1-1-1-1-1-2 Anne Windsor
-1-1-1-1-1-3 Andrew de Windsor, 1st Baron de Windsor of Bradenham Wi14 m Elizabeth le Blount
-1-1-1-1-1-4 William Windsor
-1-1-1-1-1-5 John Windsor, m Anne Fienes, daughter of Roger Fiennes and Elizabeth Eychingham Ec15-2
-1-1-1-1-1-6 Thomas Windsor
-1-1-1-1-1-7 Alice Windsor
-1-1-1-1-1-8 Miles Windsor
-1-1-1-1-1-9 Anthony Windsor
-1-1-1-1-1-10 Bridget Windsor
-1-1-1-1-1-11 Margaret Windsor (Prioress of Syon Abbey)
Wi20-2 Sir William de Windsor,
m Alice Ferrers.
Wi20-3 Isabel de Windsor
Wi20-4 Christian de Windsor,
m William Moreaux
Wi20-5 Margaret/?Margery de Windsor (possibly dau of Alexander de Windsor)
m John Ducket b 1312 d 1384 son of Hugh Ducket b c 1270 granson of Richard Ducket b c 1245 gr granson of Stephen Ducket b c 1220 2nd gr granson of Richard Duket or Ducket of Fillingham, Lincolnshire b c 1190 a 1224, judge
Mo26-2 Alice Molyneux probably of this generation
m Hugh de Standish
Mo26-3 Agnes Molyneux probably of this generation
m Henry de Aintree
1 Emma de Aintree
m Henry de Atherton of Aintree d by 1343
The following comes from VCH Lancashire, vol 3, Townships: Little Crosby.
Mo28-2 Roger de Molyneux of Little Crosby & Speke, Lancashire d c1287
i Sir Richard Molyneux of Little Crosby & Speke d by 1325?
m Beatrice de Hindley dau/heir of Adam de Hindley
a Sir John Molyneux of Little Crosby d c1262
1+ issue dvpsp
b Agnes Molyneux a 1335
m1 David Blundell of Great Crosby d by 1311
m2 Richard de Holland of Sutton d by 1335
c+ other issue - Maud, Margaert, Elizabeth, Margrey

Sources: BP1934 Sefton + www.geneajourney.com + BEB1844 Molyneux of Teversal
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