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Thomas Fallowes ( DelFalloghes, )1

M, #5276, Deceased, b. about 1450

Parents

Family

Main Events

  • Birth: Thomas Fallowes ( DelFalloghes, ), was born about 1450.
  • Residence: He resided in 1512.2
  • Residence: He resided in Fallowses, Cheshire, about 1514.
  • Marriage: He and Margaret Snelson were married about 1620.3,2
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S840] Visitation of Cheshire - 1613
  2. [S593] Earwaker, Earwaker's East Cheshire Past and Present
  3. [S562] Visitation of Cheshire 1580 Harl 1424 Fo 25 1505 Fo 23

Biography

Thomas Snelston

M, #5277, Deceased

Family

Main Events

  • Residence: Thomas Snelston resided about 1450.1

Citations

  1. [S784] Date estimated on 25 year generations.

Biography

Margaret Snelson1

F, #5278, Deceased

Parents

Family

Main Events

  • Name: Margaret Snelson was also known as Margaret Fallowes ( DelFalloghes.
  • Residence: She resided about 1475.1
  • Marriage: She and Thomas Fallowes ( DelFalloghes, ), were married about 1620.2,1
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S593] Earwaker, Earwaker's East Cheshire Past and Present
  2. [S562] Visitation of Cheshire 1580 Harl 1424 Fo 25 1505 Fo 23

Biography

Oliver Fallowes

M, #5279, Deceased

Parents

Family

Main Events

  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Biography

John Fallowes

M, #5280, Deceased

Parents

Family

Main Events

  • Marriage: John Fallowes and Joan Lambert were married in an unknown place.
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Biography

William Fallowes1

M, #5281, Deceased

Parents

Family

Main Events

  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S593] Earwaker, Earwaker's East Cheshire Past and Present

Biography

Edward Mainwaring

M, #5282, Deceased, b. before 1593

Family

Main Events

  • Birth: Edward Mainwaring was born before 1593.1

Citations

  1. [S593] Earwaker, Earwaker's East Cheshire Past and Present

Biography

Anne Mainwaring

F, #5283, Deceased

Parents

Family

Main Events

  • Name: Anne Mainwaring was also known as Anne Fallowes.
  • Marriage: She and William Fallowes were married about 1613.1
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S593] Earwaker, Earwaker's East Cheshire Past and Present

Biography

William Snelson

M, #5286, Deceased, b. about 1788, d. 4 August 1844

Main Events

  • Birth: William Snelson was born about 1788.
  • Biography: About William Snelson ... Blurb ??M]?
  • Death: He died on 4 August 1844.1
  • Burial: William's remains were buried in August 1844 in the parish church graveyard, St. Michael's, Macclesfield.2

Citations

  1. [S877] Monument Inscriptions Macclesfield St. Michael, Source Element: R3-8089
  2. [S1330] Ralph Snelson

Biography

Jo. Snelson

M, #5288, Deceased, b. before 1581

Family

Family:

Main Events

  • Birth: Jo. Snelson was born before 1581.
  • Residence: He resided in Macclesfield, Cheshire, in 1601.

Biography

Thomas Snelston1

M, #5290, Deceased, b. about 1420

Person Exhibits

Snelsonajs

Family

Family: Isabell Bostock (b. estimated 1425)

Main Events

  • Person Source:2
  • Birth: Thomas Snelston was born about 1420.
  • Marriage: He and Isabell Bostock were married about 1450.3,4,5
  • Note: The Visitation of Cheshire 1580 Chart for Bostock of Moulton illustrates this relationship and shows the words

    "David Bos-
    tock - Isabell da. & h. vxor
    Thomas Snelston"

    which I used to assume translates as, and means, "David Bostock MARRIED Isabell daughter and Heiress wife of Thomas Snelson", which doesn't make much sense unless sh was the Thomas' widow.

    The later Visitation of Cheshire in 1613 for Cotton shows that Issabell (#5291) is in fact the daughter of David Bostock (#6714) and it is she who marries Thomas Snelston (#5290).

    Just goes to show how careful you have to be.

    If the daughter (#23267) of Sir William Baguley (#6711) was an heiress and entitled to the Arms of her father Sir William Baguley, then the Bostocks of Moulton would be entitled to quarter Baguley arms and enable Isabell to carry both her father's and grandmother's coats to her husband Thomas Snelson (#5290). I think that is right. As the 3rd son, David Bostock (#6712) would difference his Bostock of Moulton coat with a mullet.

    Nevertheless, I believe that this is part of the evidence that illustrates the Arms claimed by Roger Snelson (being the black scythe) in 1643/44 at the Visitation of London, and probably is the reason for the appearance of the Bostock of Moulton Arms and the Baguley Arms on the Macclesfield Chalice given by Roger Snelston to the parish of St. Michaels in Macclesfield.

    This Thomas Snelson (#5290) is I believe Roger Snelston (#4878)'s great-great-great grandfather. Bingo !
  • Last Edited: 30 July 2019

Citations

  1. [S716] Family Origin Name Survey
  2. [S771] College of Arms, Visitation of Gloucestershire 1623, For the pedigree of COTTON, being ARMS : quarterly 1 Cotton, 2 Sidenton, 3 Holt, 4 Snelston.
  3. [S698] Visitation of Cheshire 1613
  4. [S840] Visitation of Cheshire - 1613, R3-7411
  5. [S5832] Harleian 1041 fo. 52 Harleian 1543 fo. 38b 72b, Item Info: Visitation of Cheshire 1613
    File Name/no: R3-5033 Cotton

Biography

Isabell Bostock1

F, #5291, Deceased, b. estimated 1425

Person Exhibits

bostock_small

Parents

Family

Family: Thomas Snelston (b. about 1420)

Main Events

  • Name: Isabell Bostock was also known as Issabell Snelston.
  • Birth: She was born estimated 1425.
  • Residence: We believe that she was alive about 1425.2
  • Marriage: She and Thomas Snelston were married about 1450.3,4,5
  • Note: The Visitation of Cheshire 1580 Chart for Bostock of Moulton illustrates this relationship and shows the words

    "David Bos-
    tock - Isabell da. & h. vxor
    Thomas Snelston"

    which I used to assume translates as, and means, "David Bostock MARRIED Isabell daughter and Heiress wife of Thomas Snelson", which doesn't make much sense unless sh was the Thomas' widow.

    The later Visitation of Cheshire in 1613 for Cotton shows that Issabell (#5291) is in fact the daughter of David Bostock (#6714) and it is she who marries Thomas Snelston (#5290).

    Just goes to show how careful you have to be.

    If the daughter (#23267) of Sir William Baguley (#6711) was an heiress and entitled to the Arms of her father Sir William Baguley, then the Bostocks of Moulton would be entitled to quarter Baguley arms and enable Isabell to carry both her father's and grandmother's coats to her husband Thomas Snelson (#5290). I think that is right. As the 3rd son, David Bostock (#6712) would difference his Bostock of Moulton coat with a mullet.

    Nevertheless, I believe that this is part of the evidence that illustrates the Arms claimed by Roger Snelson (being the black scythe) in 1643/44 at the Visitation of London, and probably is the reason for the appearance of the Bostock of Moulton Arms and the Baguley Arms on the Macclesfield Chalice given by Roger Snelston to the parish of St. Michaels in Macclesfield.

    This Thomas Snelson (#5290) is I believe Roger Snelston (#4878)'s great-great-great grandfather. Bingo !
  • Last Edited: 30 July 2019

Citations

  1. [S771] College of Arms, Visitation of Gloucestershire 1623
  2. [S784] Date estimated on 25 year generations.
  3. [S698] Visitation of Cheshire 1613
  4. [S840] Visitation of Cheshire - 1613, R3-7411
  5. [S5832] Harleian 1041 fo. 52 Harleian 1543 fo. 38b 72b, Item Info: Visitation of Cheshire 1613
    File Name/no: R3-5033 Cotton

Biography