Reverend William Chettoe.
I have looked online and I don't see any information.
I would appreciate any evidence to prove his title.http://www.rootschat.com/links/01ivj/
Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, Volume 11
By Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
CHAMBRE'S CHARITY. Page 332
Francis Chambre, by his Will, bearing date 26th December 1676, devised
a pasture ground, which he had lately purchased of Roger Hussey, situate in
Horton , in the parish of Wem, to his brother-in-law, William Chettoe, and his
heirs, he and they paying, as a rent-charge, the sum of 40s. yearly on Ascension-
day, to be disposed of either for the benefit and repairs of the chapel at Newtown,
or for the augmentation of the salary of the third schoolmaster at Wem, or to
both , at the discretion of his kinsman , George Chambre, of Loppington, and
the Rev. William Chettoe, and their respective heirs, for ever.
Roger Chettoe = Anne Whittakers dau. of Lawrence & Mary Whittakers
bp. 10 Apr 1615 Wem bp. 25 Oct 1612 Wem
Mar. 19 Oct 1639 Wem
Rev. William Chettoe = Katherine Chambre
bp. 30 July 1643 Wem dau. of Richard Chambre = Anne Rogers (sister
of John Rogers of Melverley)? Buried at Wrockwardine 4 March 1638
Mar. 24 Feb 1665 Wem
Ellinor bp. 14 Dec 1666 Wem
1666 Dec. 25. Ellinor, a yonge chield of William Chettoe, of Horton ... bur.
Ellinor bp. 17 May 1668 Wem
John bp. 20 Apr 1670 Wem
William bp. 12 Mar 1672 Wem
Ann bp. 20 Apr 1673 Wem
Thomas bp. 31 Dec 1675 Wem
Wem 1678 May 8. Mr. Francis Chambre, of Woulverley, at Loppington ... bur.http://www.melocki.org.uk/salop/WemPart1.html