William de Danyers
- Marriage: Agnes Legh in 1270 750
- Died: 1306, Cheshire, England 713
~ The Ancient Parish of Prestbury, p. 124, Descent of Margaret Danyers, wife of the first Sir Piers Legh of Lyme 685
William Danyers, purchaser of lands in Darebury, in 1291, from Henry de Norreys = Agnes de Legh, 10 Edw. I of the family of High Legh and Westhall|
Thomas Danyers of Bradley-in-Appleton, Ob 1354, burried at Lymn = Margaret, daughter of Adam de Tabley
Sir Thomas Danyers of Clifton, Ob. 1353, Lord of Gropenhall & Broome = Isabel, daughter and heir of Sir William Baggiley, by Clemence, daughter and heir of Sir. Roger Chedle
Margaret Danyers* = Sir Piers Legh, son of Robert Legh of Addlington and Maud Norley
* Margaret was married three times; 1st to Sir William de Radcliffe; 2nd to Sir John Savage; and 3rd to Sir Piers Legh.
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 713,750
William Daniers, senior, bought land in Daresbury from Henry le Norreys in 1291. His wife was Agnes de Legh, the daughter of Thomas de Legh of High-Legh of Westhall. Agnes and William had a daughter named Margery who married Henry Horsale of Lyme. A second daughter named Agnes married Alexander de Waleton of Daresbury in 30 Edward I. His sons were Thomas Daniers of Bradley in Appleton, a younger son named William Daniers of Daresbury and a third son named John.
~The History of Cheshire, Containing King's Vale-Royal Engite, Vol. II, 1778, pp. 801-802
Children given in Ormerod's History of Chester are:
Margery, m. to Henry Horsale of Lymme
Agnes, m. 30 Edward I to Alexander de Waleton nigh Daresbery
Thomas, married 1st to Margaret de Tabley; m. 2nd to Joan Norreys.
William, d. 1306, bur. in Lymme; m. to Agnes of Daresbury,
~Ormerod's The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol. I, pp. 470-473
William married Agnes Legh, daughter of Thomas Legh and Cecily, in 1270.713 (Agnes Legh was born in High Legh, Cheshire, England.)