Sir John Dutton, 13th lord of Dutton was born circa 1403 in England to Piers de Dutton (c1367-1433) and Elizabeth le Boteler (c1379-) and died 1445 England of unspecified causes. He married Margaret Savage (c1402-aft1449) 1418 JL in England.


Offspring of John Dutton, 13th lord of Dutton and Margaret Savage (c1402-aft1449)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Thomas Dutton (1421-1459) 1 August 1421 Cheshire, England, United Kingdom 23 September 1459 Blore Heath, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom Anne Touchet (1422-1503)
Arnold Dutton (c1423-1498)
Maud Dutton (c1425-1489) 1425 Dutton, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom 1489 Dutton, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom William Booth (1420-1477)
Roger Dutton (-1476) 9999 England 1476 England Joan Aston (-aft1476)
Margaret Dutton (-1499) 9999 England 1499 England Hugh Egerton (1427-1505)
Ellen Dutton (c1436-1466)
Agnes Dutton (c1439-1464)
John Dutton (c1441-1459)
Elizabeth Dutton (c1443-)
Peter Dutton (1425-1503)

"John Dutton of Dutton, esquire, son and heir of sir Peter, married Margaret, daughter of sir John Savage of Clifton, 5 Hen. V. 1418 lib. C. fol. 160, w, and had issue Thomas Dutton, son and hair; Roger Dutton, another son, afterwards lord of Dutton; John Dutton, slain with his brother sir Thomas at Blore-heath, 1459-Stow, Robert Dutton, another son died without issue, lib. C. fol. 180, k. and Arnalde Dutton who bought leasehold lands in Bedfordchyr. Will of his nephew Lawrence,1527. Margaret, married Hugh, son and heir of Raufe Egerton, 21 Hen. VI. 1443. lib. C. fol. 147. b. Maud, married sir William Booth of Dunham-Massey, 21 Hen. VI. 1443. lib. C. fol. 164. g. Agnes, married Richard Wynnington, 25 Hen. VI. 1446, lib. C. fol. 160. y. Ellen, married Edward, son and heir of Richard Longford of Lancashire, esquire, 28 Hen. VI. 1450. lib. C. fol. 160. a. Elizabeth, married John Merbury, son and heir of James Merbury of Merbury nigh Comberbach, esquire, 1458. The orignal penes Thomam Merbury, armigerum 1666.

This John Dutton of Dutton died 24 Hen. VI. 1445, aged 42 years. Lib C. fol. 160. y. z. Margaret, his wife, survived, and was living 1450." --The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester: Comp. from Original Evidences in Public Offices, the Harleian and Cottonian Mss., Parochial Registers, Private Muniments, Unpublished Ms. Collections of Successive Cheshire Antiquaries, and a Personal Survey of Every Township in the County; Incorporated with a Republication of King's Vale Royal and Leycester's Cheshire Antiquities, Volume 1 by George Ormerod, Daniel King, William Smith, William Webb (sheriff.), Sir Peter Leycester

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