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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1879 Excerpt: ...(see p. 67). The estate was sold by William Alexander Anthony Archibald, the eleventh duke of Hamilton, in 1854, and it is now the property of lord Bective. The present hall is a modern building, and is let with the farm. Kirkland Hall. In the Annals of Warrington1 will be found a full and detailed account of the Botelers, lords of Warrington, whose descent is established from Richard Pincerna, who is described in the Domesday Survey as holding the manor of Pulton, near Pulford, in Cheshire. That the Butlers of Kirkland form a younger branch of this great Lancashire family there can be no doubt, notwithstanding the fact that the connecting link (on the male side) is missing. In 1401, Elizabeth, the youngest daughter of Sir John le Boteler, tenth baron of Warrington, and Dame Alicia his wife, was married by a dispensation from Pope Boniface IX. (dated on the kalends of January, in the twelfth year of his pontificals), to her cousin,20 Richard Boteler of Kirkland, who was, no doubt, the son of John le Botiler,21 who acquired Kirkland through his '» Chet. Soc., vol. lxxxvi (by W. Beamont, Esq.) 50 In fourth degree of consanquinity according to one authority. 21 Margaret, daughter of John le Botiller de Kirkland, married Alan, the son of William de Warberton (see p. 27). wife Alice, the daughter and heiress of William de Kirkland (see p. 34). Richard le Botiler was twice married; his second wife, Katherine, survived him, and on 28 March 1454, gave a fine for a writ "de dote";22 from 1422 to 1427, he held the office of escheator for the county of Lancaster. He left issue one son (probably by the first wife), John le Boteler, who married Elene, the daughter of Gilbert de Barton, the marriage settlement being dated at Kirkland 20 January, 6 Henry VI...
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