de TRAFFORDS of England
Occurred a series of disturbances at Liverpool between partisans of the King (Edward III) and partisans of Earl Henry. Several men were slain, including several de Trafford's. Among those pardoned at the request of Earl Henry were: Geoffrey, son of Roger de Chatterton; Roger, brother of Hugh de Tetlow; Hugh de Tetlow; Robert, son of Jordan de Tetlow. Thus the following Tetlow's were involved in the outrages of 1333 and 1345: Richard, Roger, Hugh, Jordan and Robert, son of Jordan.
[A History of Oldham, by Hartley Bateson]