William de Mobberley sheriff of Cheshire
- Marriage (1): Unknown
- Marriage (2): Matild de Downes
- Died: 1327, Mobberley, Chesire, England 713,750
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 713
William Mobberley, son and heir of the first William Mobberley, married Maud, daughter and heir of Robert Downes of Chorley, and Edmund Fitton gave all his lands in Chorley in free marriage with Margery his sister. Willaim was the sheriff of Chesire in 13 Edward II (1319). He died 1 Edward III (1327).
[According to Collin's Peerage of England, Vol. I p.p. 59-60, William's first two children, Raufe and Ciceley were children of his first unnamed wife.]
Cicely, married to John Dumbill of Mobberly, son and heir of John Dumbill of Oxton in Wirral.
The Children of William and Margery were:
Elizabeth, married to Sir Hugh Venables of Kinderton.
Margery, married to Richard Bold, of Bold in Lancashire
Emme, married to Robert Grosvenor, of Holume in Allostock, who purchased the moiety of Nether Pever from William de Mobberley.
Mary, who married Nicholas Leycester, son and heir of Roger Leycester of Tabley
Joan, married to William Athurton in Lancashire
Ellen, married to Richard Bromhale, of Bromhale, Cheshire
Agnes, who never married
~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol I, p. 415
William married Matild de Downes, daughter of Robert Downes of Chorley and Margery Fitton. (Matild de Downes was born in Chorley.)