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Richard de Lymme
(Cir 1258-)
Agnes de Legh
Thomas Legh
(-Abt 1338)
Agnes Legh


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Agnes Legh

  • Born: High Legh, Cheshire, England
  • Marriage: William de Danyers in 1270 713

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 713
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

Agnes married William de Danyers in 1270.713 (William de Danyers died in 1306 in Cheshire, England 750.)


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