The earl had another dau., whose legitimacy is questionable, namely, Amicia,* m. to Ralph de Mesnilwarin, justice of Chester, "a person," says Dugdale, "of very ancient family," from which union the Mainwarings, of Over Peover, in the co. Chester, derive. Dugdale considers Amicia to be a dau. of the earl by a former wife. But Sir Peter Leicester, in his Antiquities of Chester, totally denies her legitimacy. "I cannot but mislike," says he, "the boldness and ignorance of that herald who gave to Mainwaring (late of Peover), the elder, the quartering of the Earl of Chester's arms; for if he ought of right to quarter that coat, then must he be descended from a co-heir to the Earl of Chester; but he was not; for the co-heirs of Earl Hugh married four of the greatest peers in the kingdom."
Father: Hugh de KEVELIOC , 3rd Earl of Chester b: 1147 in Kevelioc (Cyfeiliog), Monmouthshire, Wales
Mother: Bertrade de MONTFORT b: ABT 1155 in Montfort-l'Amaury, Yvelines, Ile-de-France, France
Marriage 1 Ralph de MAINWARING , of Warmincham, Justice b: 1155 in Warmingham, Cheshire, England