Savage, Does this refer to a marriage contract of his son? Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies Service CHOLMONDELEY OF CHOLMONDELEY Catalogue Ref. DCH Creator(s): Cholmondeley family, Marquesses of Cholmondeley ROCKSAVAGE & CLIFTON SECTION FILE [no title] - ref. DCH/E/293 - date: 1503/4, 14. Mar [from Scope and Content] MARRIAGE CONTRACT between 1) Sir Charles Somerset Kt. Lord Herbert and Dame Elizabeth his wife, and 2) Sir John Savage Kt. and Dame Anne his wife, whereby it is agreed that John Savage, son and heir of the said Sir John and Dame Anne, shall marry Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the said Lord Somerset and Dame Elizabeth when the said John attains the age of 14 and the said Elizabeth of 12, or other daughter or son if either party dies before the said marriage; the said Sir John, within 40 days of the said marriage, is to make an estate of the yearly value of £76-13-4 within Co. SALOP or elsewhere, whereof £10 is to be of lands and tenements parcel of the Manor of KYNDERTON (Co. Ches.), to Richard Bishop of Wynchestre, Geoffroy Blythe Bishop of Chester, Richard Earl of Kent, Sir George Nevile Kt., Lord Bergebenny, Sir Richard Pole Kt., Christopher Baynebrige Dean of York, Sir George Marris Kt., Sir Thomas Parr Kt., Sir John Both Kt., Sir Thomas Boteler Kt., Sir John Werburton Kt., William Hanford, John Maynwaryng and Richard Herbert, to the use of the said John Savage and Elizabeth, so married, and their heirs, or to such son and daughter so married, and their heirs; and the said Sir John and Dame Anne are to make an estate to the said feoffees, of all other manors, lands and hereditaments of inheritance of the said Sir John which they have in the Counties of Chester, Lancs., Salop, Derby and Notts., or elsewhere, except the manors etc: granted by the King to Sir John Savage, father of the said Sir John, and his heirs male; to the use of the said Sir John for life, remainder to his said son so married, and his heirs, and in default of issue to the use of the said Sir John and his heirs. Provision is made for the inheritance of the said Dame Anne, and for marriage portions of Sir John's daughters. Cons. 600 marks.