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" Ormerod, in his History of Cheshire, mentions Grosvenor, Davenport, and Brereton, as " three grantees, who can be proved by ancient deeds to have existed at or near the Conquest, though unnoticed in Domesday. "
A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain ... - Page 147
by Sir Bernard Burke - 1862 - 1759 pages
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Proceedings, Volume 1

Society of Antiquaries of London - Archaeology - 1849
...namely, the Breretons. Ormerod, in his History of Cheshire, mentions Grosvenor, Davenport, and Brereton, as " three grantees, who can be proved by ancient...Domesday." Of these, the family least favoured by fortune in later times^ the peerage and baronetage in the Breretons having both become extinct, and the...
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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume 1

Society of Antiquaries of London - Archaeology - 1849
...namely, the Breretons. Ormerod, in his History of Cheshire, mentions Grosvenor, Davenport, and Brereton, as " three grantees, who can be proved by ancient...Domesday." Of these, the family least favoured by fortune in later times the peerage and baronetage in the Breretons having both become extinct, and the...
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Archaeologia: Or Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity

Archaeology - 1849
...2nd, and 9th, 1848. ORMEROD, in his History of Cheshire, mentions Grosvenor, Davenport, and Brereton as " three grantees who can be proved by ancient deeds...Domesday." Of these the family least favoured by fortune in later times (the peerage and the baronetage in the Brereton family having both become extinct, and...
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Visits to fields of battle, in England, of the fifteenth century

Richard Brooke - History - 1857
...of Grosvenor and Davenport, are mentioned by Ormerod, in his History of Cheshire, as families which can be proved, by ancient deeds, to have existed at or near the time of the Conquest. I do not pretend to give a full historical account of the old family of Brereton,...
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The Journal of the British Archaeological Association, Volume 17

Archaeology - 1861
...heirship and lands descended to the female line. The Breretons form one of the three grantees in Cheshire who can be proved by ancient deeds to have existed at or near the Conquest. CHBISTOPHER LYNCH was an associate occupying a seat at this table as long as his health permitted,...
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