Sir William le Boteler Lord of Warrington
- Born: Abt 1276, Bewsey Hall, Warrington, Lancashire, England
- Marriage: Sybella 730
- Died: 20 May 1330, Warrington, Lancashire, England about age 54
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 730
Sir William le Boteler, son of Henry and Isabel Boteler, was born about 1275, and succeeded his grandfather as the Eight Baron of Warrington in about 1304. In a charter of 1305, the first mention of a bridge over the Mersey at Warrington is mentioned. This charter shows that Sir William took steps to keep Warrington healthy.
Sir William's name appears on many deeds and grants in the years that followed until the end of 1328. In one such deed for 1320, we are given the name of his wife to be Sibilla as both she and William were listed as complainants. He also recieved a command from the king on 26 Oct 1309 to hasten to York with other to the assistance of the Scottish marchers.
The children of William Fitz Henry le Boteler and his wife Sibilla were:
William, his eldest, and the next Baron of Warrington
Mathew, who was given Crophill
Eda, who married William Trussell, a judge who on 29 Jan 1326, renounced, on behalf of the parliament, the nation's allegiance to Edward II.
Maud, married to Sir John Trussell
~The Annals of the Lords of Warrington, pp. 133-144, 159-160
William married Sybella.730