Sir Thomas Danyers Knight of Bradley
- Born: Bef 1325, Bradley, Cheshire, England
- Marriage: Isabel de Baggiley 685,713,718
- Died: 1353 685
- Buried: Grappenhall Church
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 718
The manor of Chedle belonged to a family of that name in the 12th century. A grandson of the possessor, Sir Roger, left two daughters, one who was named Clemence. Clemence married William de Bagaly, and they had a daughter named Isabel. Isabel married Thomas Danyers. Their daughter married, about 49 Edward III, John Savage as her second husband. Clemence, one of the co-heiresses of Sir Roger de Chedle, had Slifton and divers lands in Chedle by inheritance, which descended to his grand daughter Margaret and John Savage in the right of his wife, he became Lord of Chedle.
~The Ancient and Noble Family of Savage, p. 16
• Background Information. 713,750
Sir Thomas Daniers of Bradley, knight, son and heir of Thomas Daniers, senior, married Isabel, daughter and heir of William Baggiley, son of Raufe Baggiley, by Clemence his wife, daughter and co-heir to Sir Roger Chedle, alias Sir Roger Dutton of Chedle in Cheshire.
Sir Thomas died before his father, about 26 Edward III, leaving only one daughter and heir named Margaret, who had been married three times. She carried with her all her mother's lands, as well as Clifton. Her father's lands went to her Uncle John.
~The History of Cheshire: Containing King's Vale-royal Entire, p. 803
~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol. I, p. 472
Thomas married Isabel de Baggiley, daughter of Sir William de Baggiley and Clemence de Chedle 685,713.,718 (Isabel de Baggiley was born before 1325 in Cheadle, Cheshire, England and died on 2 May 1364-24 Jan 1365 in Cheadle, Cheshire, England.)