It follows on from the page Grindon 1600 onwards – Deepdale Farm.
John b.1691 was the third son. He married in 1724, moved to Onecote and was a blacksmith there. He had 2 sons (Go back)
George b.1726 (Apesford, Macclesfield, Reddish, Revidge, Stockport)
Thomas b.1730 (Coxon Green, Onecote, Prudence)
George b.1726 at some stage of his life moved to Apesford Farm. He had two sons
Joshua b. about 1760 (Apesford)
John b. about 1766 (Macclefield, Reddish, Revidge, Stockport)
Joshua b. about 1760 continued to live at Apesford as did his son, his grandson and possibly his greatgrandson after him.
John b about 1766 had 4 sons and 2 daughters. The sons were
George, whose son Joshua lived at Stockport.
Benjamin, who lived at Revidge a farm next to Apesford.
Joshua, who may have had no family.
John, whose sons, Joshua and Benjamin moved to Reddish and Macclesfield respectively. It was Joshua’s sons who established the successful chain of butcher’s shops in Stockport.
Thomas b.1730 continued his father’s trade as blacksmith at Onecote. He married twice but had no surviving issue by his first wife. His son John, who lived at Coxon Geen, also married twice and had children by both wives. John’s only known Titterton descendants are the children of his daughter Prudence. His daughter Elizabeth married John Gregory and has Gregory descendants and others through Horobin and Mountford.