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  1. Sir Geoffrey Adam Shakerley, 6th Baronet (9 December 1932 – 3 December 2012) was an English aristocrat and society photographer.. Biography. Elder son and heir of Sir Cyril Holland Shakerley, 5th Baronet, by Elizabeth Averil, née Eardley-Wilmot, he was educated at Harrow School and Trinity College, Oxford.

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  2. 06/03/2017 · Geoffrey Shakerley 1. M, #574681, d. 1618. Last Edited=6 Mar 2017. Geoffrey Shakerley was the son of Peter Shakerley and Elizabeth Mainwaring. 2 He married Jane Beeston, daughter of Sir George Beeston. 1 He died in 1618. 1. He lived at Hulme, Cheshire, England. 1 He held the office of Sheriff of Cheshire in 1610. 1.

  3. 03/12/2012 · Sir Geoffrey Adam Shakerley, 6th Baronet, was the son of Sir Cyril Holland Shakerley, 5th Baronet, by Elizabeth Averil, née Eardley-Wilmot. He was married in 1962 to his first wife, the actress Virginia Maskell (died 1968); with whom he had issue, two children.

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    b. 20 Apr. 1619, 1st s. of Peter Shakerley of Hulme by Margaret, da. of Philip Oldfield of Bradwall, Cheshire. educ. Brasenose, Oxf. 1638; G. Inn 1640. m. (1) Katherine (bur. 4 Apr. 1673), da. of William Pennington of Muncaster, Cumb., 2s. 2da.; (2) Jane (d. 16 May 1707), da. of John Dolben of Segrwyd, Denb., 2s. suc. fa. 1624; kntd. 4 Mar. 1662.1

    Lt.-col. of horse (royalist) 1643-6; gov. of Chester castle 1663-82.2 J.p. Cheshire July 1660-Apr. 1688, Chester 1673, Lancs. 1676-Apr. 1688, Cheshire and Lancs. 1689-94; commr. for assessment, Cheshire Sept. 1660, Cheshire and Lancs. 1663-80, Cheshire and Denb. 1689, loyal and indigent officers 1662; dep. lt. Cheshire 1665-Apr. 1688, Denb. 1685-Feb. 1688; commr. for recusants, Lancs. 1675; freeman, Preston 1682.3

    Shakerley’s ancestors had held the Lancashire manor from which they took their name since the 13th century but had no record of parliamentary service. Shakerley fought for the King in the Civil War, principally in North Wales, and compounded for his delinquency in 1646 with a fine of £784. But his estates were again sequestrated in 1651, and he was involved in the rising of Sir George Booth in 1659.4 Shakerley was returned at the general election of 1661 for Wigan, where his brother-in-law Roger Bradshaigh I had the strongest interest. A moderately active Member of the Cavalier Parliament, he was named to 80 committees, including the committee of elections and privileges in five sessions, and acted as teller in two divisions. In the first session he was appointed to the committees for the uniformity, regicides and militia bills and to 22 others. But in August 1663 he was appointed governor of Chester Castle at the instigation of Sir Henry Bennet, and he was absent from Westminster f...

  4. Sir Geoffrey Shakerley, MP: Also Known As: "Shackerley" Birthdate: April 20, 1619: Death: October 17, 1696 (77) Immediate Family: Son of Peter Shakerley of Hulme and Margaret Shackerley Husband of Katherine Shakerley and Jane Shakerley Father of Peter Shakerley, MP and Geoffrey Shakerley. Managed by: Leoné Gardner: Last Updated: April 26, 2018

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    • October 17, 1696 (77)
    • April 20, 1619
    • Leoné Gardner
  5. Geoffrey Shakerley was born on month day 1706, at birth place, to George Shakerley and Ann Shakerley (born Bagot). George was born on September 12 1682, in Holme. Ann was born on February 28 1677, in Blythefield, Staffs. Geoffrey had one brother: Peter Shakerley. Geoffrey married Anne Shakerley (born Hurleston).

  6. Genealogy for Geoffrey Shakerley (c.1650 - d.) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames

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