Lascaux cave art

Lascaux cave art

Jordan de Coudray Begat Us

It should be noted that the Coudray family who came straight from Normandy intermarried with the Aughton family and they along with the Aughtons and Meols who are all related became Lords of the Manor of Meols at various times. It has been speculated that the name Coudray and its variants stems from coer de roi-'heart of the king'.


Jordan, Chamberlain of Coudray who gave the church of Coudray to Lesnes Abbey, Kent.

Robert de Coudray (died about 1220), Praepositus of Domfront, Normandy.

William de Coudray, alias Russell, married Amabel Blundell, daughter of Simon Blundell of Ince.

Robert de Coudray, married Anota de Whittingham.

William de Coudray, married Joan de Meols, heir of Alan de Meols

Robert de Coudray (1295-1350)

Katherine de Coudray who married Richard de Aughton (About 1310-1380), heir of Robert de Coudray.

William de Augton (About 1350-1380), Lord of Meols who was granted a royal pardon of outlawry from Anne of Bohemia, Queen of Richard II married Millicent Comyn, heir of John Comyn, (died 1370) Lord of Newbold Comyn and Kinsale in Ireland.

Hugh Aughton (1375-1417)

Nicholas Aughton (died 1488) Lord of the Manors of Meols and Thistleton in Amounderness.

Gilbert Aughton

Edmund Aughton (born 1498)

Gilbert Aughton (1520-1563)

John Aughton (1558-1607)

Gilbert Aughton (1580-1640)

John Aughton (1604-1675)

Alis Aughton (Before 1644-1720) married Thomas Baule (About 1640-1671)

Anne Ball (born 1668) married Hugh Howard (About 1650-1729)

Thomas Howarth (born 1700)

Thomas Howarth (1726-1766)

Alice Howard (born 1756) married Richard Rymer (1755-1832, Farmer)

Thomas Rymer (1780-1851)

Alice Rymer (born 1812) married Thomas Tomlinson (born 1807, Farmer)

Richard Tomlinson (1835-1902, Farmer)

Joseph Tomlinson (1866-1946)

Jane Tomlinson (1889-1972) married Robert Sidney ----- (1882-1983, Self Employed Landscape Gardener)

Robert Joseph Sidney ----- (1912-2015, Civil Engineer/Chief Buyer)

Wotans Krieger





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