M, d. 1254
|Father||John de Swynnerton de Parva Suggenhulle b. c 1172, d. 1236|
|Mother||Petronella de Derweslowe|
John de Parva Suggenhull de was born in Swynnerton, Staffordshire, England. John married Eleanor de Peshale, daughter of Stephen de Peshale and Miss de (?) Audeley, circa 1225 in Staffordshire, England. John's wife, Eleanor, died, leaving him a widower. John married 2nd Margery Swynnerton, daughter of Robert de Swynnerton de Suggenhull and Margaret de Audeley, before 1248.3 Around 1250, John purchased properties in the Peshale Manor, he purchased the properties from Robert, son of Stephen de Peshale and Thomas, son of Thomas de Peshale, and gave them to his son, Richard, as a residence for him and his family.4 John departed this life in 1254 in Swynnerton, Staffordshire, England.
|Eleanor de Peshale|
|Margery Swynnerton d. 1255|
- [S1023] H. F. Parshall, The Parshall Family, A.D. 870-1913, page 52 - John married Elleanor, daughter of Stephen Persale; issue: Richard, Stephen, Robert & John.
- [S103] Clarence E. Pearsall, History of the Pearsall Family, Volume I: Chapter 16 Adam de Peshale, section 2 The Swynnertons, page 474 - John de Parva Suggenhulle de Peshale de Swynnerton [this is the John who Erdeswick says is the father of Richard de Peshale] married 1st Eleanor de Peshale, daughter of Stephen de Peshale & married 2nd Margery de Swynneron, daughter of Robert de Swynnerton & Margaret de Audley; children of 1st marriage: John de Swynnerton died without issue, Stephen de Uselwell de Aspley, Rovert de Parva Sugnall, Alice de Swynneton & Nicholas de Aspley; children of 2nd marriage: Roger de Swynnerton & John de Swynnerton [Staffordshire genealogists give him as the father of Adam de Peshale];.
- [S103] Clarence E. Pearsall, History of the Pearsall Family, Volume I: Chapter 16 - Adam de Peshale, section 2 , page 476 - Roger de Swynnerton, brother of John, was succeeded by an heiress, Margery, who became the wife of John. In 32 Henry III, (1247-48) John de Swynnerton and Margery his wife are complaintants...
- [S1018] Edited by The William Salt Archeological Society, Collections for a History of Staffordshire, pages 98-99 - From the Chetwynd MS. We learn that Sir John de Swynnerton, knight, purchased lands in Peshale from Robert son of Stephen de Peshale and Thomas son of Thomas de Peshale in the reign of King Henry III. [1216-1272 KLM]…which were given to his younger son Richard, who seating himself there, assumed the name of Peshall and was the progenitor of that family which in succeeding ages arose to very great eminence and esteem in this and the neighboring counties.