- Marriage: Robert de Bexton 713
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 713
Robert de Bexton is mentioned before the time of Henry III. He seems to be possessed of a moiety , for he and Sibill his wife, by the consent of Matthew de Bexton, their son and heir, gave to Randle, son of Thomas de Picmere, with Magery their daughter, "totam quartam partem medietatis totius villæ de Bexton: Reddendo annuatim unum denarium argenti ad nativitatem beati Johannis Baptistæ."
John (also mentioned in 3 Edward III), son of Matthew de Bexton, released to Adam de Tabley, and Beatrix his wife, all the lands which Maude, mother of John, held in dower in Bexton, under Edward II.
~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol I, p. 507
Sybill married Robert de Bexton.713 (Robert de Bexton was born in Brexton, Cheshire, England.)