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L IstBEL. m. to Joan FiTULAN, Baron of Clan and Os- wesuy, ancestor, by her, of
the FinAum, Елки OF ABFVDEZ. (iffkieÀ »et}. n- МАХИ, m. to Sir Bobert de
Tatcshall, and was mother of Воют DI TATESHALL, Ь. In 1'_>2о ; a participator in
Joan, dan. of Bichard Mitchel, of Oldbury, in Warwickshire; and (lying at an
advanced age, about the year 1644, was «. by his son, WILLIAM ANSOH, Esq., of
Shugborough, who m. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Stafford, Esq., of Botham Hall, ...
Margaret, dau. and bar of Bobert D'Arcy, of Stretton, and by her hod issue, Mmd, я
. to Sir Eodo or Ivo Fit» Warren. Joan, я. to Sir Bartholomew Naunton. Rinbetb, m.
Sir Baldwin SU George, and was mother, by lim, of SIB BALDWIN ST. ОЕОВГ.
Joan m. 1st, to Gerard Braybroke, and 2ndly. to Edward Bromflete. The heiress of
Astley m. îwlly, to Reginald, Lord Grey de Kuthyn (being his lord- ihip'i 2nd wife),
by whom she had three sons, and a dau., Tit, EDWARD, of whom presently, ...
Joan, only child of Sir William Littleton, of Frankley, со. Worcester, by whom he
acquired the manors of Wanlip, in Leicestershire, and Tixall, со. Stafford, He was
«. by his eldest son, SIB EDWAKD ASTON, of Tixall, who built a stately mansion
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