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  1. 02/11/2021 · Lady Elizabeth Georgiana Shakerley CVO (née Anson; 7 June 1941 – 1 November 2020) was a British party planner and socialite from the Anson family.. Lady Elizabeth was a first cousin, once removed, of Queen Elizabeth II and sister of Patrick Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield.

  2. 02/11/2021 · Lady Elizabeth Georgiana Shakerley (née Anson; 7 June 1941 – 1 November 2020) was a British party planner and socialite from the Anson family.She was a first cousin once removed of Queen Elizabeth II and sister of Patrick Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield.

  3. 31/10/2021 · Elizabeth Georgiana (Lady) ANSON (SHAKERLEY) is geboren in het jaar 1941, dochter van Thomas William Arnold (Lt Col)(Viscount Anson) ANSON en Anne Ferelith Fenella (Princess Of Schleswig Holstein Sonderburg Glucksburg) BOWES-LYON (ANSON). Zij is getrouwd met (Niet openbaar), ze kregen 1 kind. Zij is overleden in het jaar 1968. Deze informatie is onderdeel van Whittington families van Philip ...

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    • Chaddock Hall
    • The Garrett
    • Cleworth
    • Charities

    The manor of TYLDESLEY was oneof the thirty-four manors dependentupon the chief manor of Warringtonbefore the Conquest, being held by a dreng, whosesuccessors afterwards held it of the barony of Warrington. At the date of the inquest of 1212 it washeld of William le Boteler by Hugh son of Henry deTyldesley, (fn. 4) and at the date of the Gascon Scutage of1242–3 by Henry de Tyldesleyof the heir of Emery le Boteler. (fn. 5) Henry was living in 1260, (fn. 6) was seneschal of Warrington in1261, (fn. 7) and survived at leastuntil 1265. (fn. 8) It was probablyhe who in 1260 enfeoffedRichard son of John de Hultonof land called The Fall, on theboundary of which were placescalled Herbert's Clough, CartLeach, Wych Brook, and Fairhurst Sike. (fn. 9) Henry son of theabove Henry released the service due from this land, (fn. 10) and in 1300 had a charter from William le Boteler,his chief lord, releasing one of the two beadles whom hekept by custom to serve in his lord's court and fee ofWarrington...

    CHADDOCK HALL (Chaidok, 1332; Cheidocke,1586), on the eastern side of the township, was formany centuries the estate of a family of yeomen ofthe same name, of whom Henry and Adam contributed to the subsidy granted in 1332. (fn. 58) Thomasde Chaydok, a free tenant, was living in 1350. (fn. 59) In1547 Thomas, Piers, and James, sons of HughChaddock, gent., were summoned to the Duchychamber to answer Sir Robert Worsley of the Booths,knt., for breaking into his haybarn, taking a tame reddeer and conveying it to thehouse of Sir John Atherton,knt., at Lostock, where theykilled and ate it. (fn. 60) ThomasChaddock, (fn. 61) great-grandson ofthe above Thomas, entered hispedigree at the herald's visitation in 1664–5, (fn. 62) and wasfather of Thomas Chaddockwho graduated B.A. of Brasenose College, Oxford, in 1692and was presented by George Ito the vicarage of Eccles in1721. (fn. 63) He died in 1723 leaving an only daughter Grace,who married, first, Miles Barrett, B.A., who diedbefore 1728; sec...

    THE GARRETT, standing half a mile north-westof Chaddock Hall, was the mansion house of thelords of the manor of Tyldesley, (fn. 65) whose descent hasbeen traced to John Tyldesley, senior, esq., livingin 1468. He is probably the same person as JohnTyldesley who died in 1497 seised of this manor,and of moieties of the manors of Barnston and Arrow,county Chester, (fn. 66) whose son and heir John wasdescribed in 1505 as of Garrett, when he did homagefor his lands in Tyldesley. (fn. 67) He died in 1509 (fn. 68) seised of a capital messuage called 'The Garrette' inTyldesley, seven messuages, 276 acres of land, meadow,pasture, and heath, which he held of Sir ThomasButler, knt., as of his manor of Warrington by theyearly rent of 20 pence and suit of court every threeweeks. (fn. 69) Richard his son was a minor at his father'sdeath, (fn. 70) and was married to Mary, daughter of RichardHeaton, who had purchased his marriage in 1511. (fn. 71) He was probably the father of Geoffrey, who succeede...

    CLEWORTH (Cluworth, 1333) is an estate ofabout 163 acres, lying on high ground near the centreof the township and held of the lord of the reputedmanor of Tyldesley by a yearly quit-rent of onehalfpenny. (fn. 80) It was included in the grant of a greatpart of the township made in 1301 by Henrylord of Tyldesley to his younger son Adam, ofwhom it was then held by John de Waverton,who also held a fourth part of the manor of Bedford in 1315 of the inheritance of his grandmother,Avice de Bedford. (fn. 81) By Ameria his wife John deWaverton had sons—John, who died without issuebefore 1335, and William, (fn. 82) whose wife Agnes heldpart of this estate in 1335. (fn. 83) Their son Thomasmarried in 1333 Margaret daughter of John deChisenhale of Longshagh, when a settlement of thisestate and a fourth part of the manor of Bedford wasmade upon them and their issue. (fn. 84) The next link inthe descent is not clear. In 1352 William son ofJohn de Waverton held the Bedford estate (fn. 85) and diedb...

    In 1729 Joseph Parr chargedcertain premises in Tyldesley witha yearly sum of £2 to be distributed amongst the poor living in Tyldesley andHurst Quarter. There are also a number of charitieswhich have been created within recent years, mainlyfor the benefit of St. George's church and schools. (fn. 110) The church of St. George, commenced in 1822and completed in 1825, is an edifice of stone in theEarly English style from designs by Smirke, and consists of chancel, nave, aisles, transept, western porchand western tower with pinnacles and a lofty spirecontaining a clock and six bells. In 1886 a new chancel was erected, the church re-seated, and the westerngallery removed. There are nine memorial windowsof stained glass. The registers date from the year1825. The living is a vicarage of the net yearlyvalue of £300, with residence at Hindsford, Atherton,and is in the gift of the bishop of Manchester. Thechurch of St. John at Mosley Common, erected in1886, is a chapel-of-ease to St. George's...

  4. 04/11/2021 · Queen’s cousin Lady Elizabeth Shakerley dies aged 79. Lady Shakerley was a close friend of the Queen and responsible for arranging many of her private parties.

  5. 09/11/2021 · Provenance: The Lady Elizabeth Shakerley Collection. Auction Details Royalty, Antiques & Fine Art Sale. Sale Date(s) 09 Nov 2021 10:00 GMT ...

  6. 31/10/2021 · Lady Shakerley, 79, was the daughter of Thomas Anson, Viscount Anson, and his wife, Anne Bowes-Lyon ... Queen's heartbreak as cousin and friend Lady Elizabeth ... Elizabeth Woodville (also spelled Wydville, Wydeville, or Widvile) (c. 1437 ‒ 8 June 1492) was queen of England as the spouse of King Edward IV from 1464 until his death in 1483.