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"William Daniers, senior, purchased lands in Daresbury from Henry le Norreys, in the year 1291, and had to wife Agnes de Legh, daughter of Thomas de Legh of High-Legh of the Westhall, by whom he had issue Margery, married to Henry Horsale of Limme. Agnes, another daughter, married Alexander, son of Richard, son of Alexander de Waleton, nigh Daresbury, 30 Edward I. (c1302). He also had two sons, Thomas Daniers of Bradley, in Appleton, eldest son; and William Daniers of Daresbury, junior, second son; and (if I mistake not) John, third son, unless that John, son of William Daniers, 23 Edward III (c1344). be meant for William Daniers, junior." -- The history of Cheshire: containing King's Vale-royal entire, Volume 2 by Daniel King, William Smith, William Webb (gentleman.), Sir Peter Leycester, Samuel Lee, Thomas Pennant, Francis Grose
|Offspring of William Daniers of Daresbury and Agnes de Legh (c1251-)|
|Thomas Daniers (-c1354)||<year not a number> England|| Margaret de Tabley (-bef1354)|
Joan Norreys (-aft1354)
|William II Daniers (-1306)||<year not a number> England|| Agnes|
|John Daniers (-aft1344)|| |
|Margery Daniers (c1280-)|| Henry Horsale of Limme|
|Agnes Daniers (c1283-)|| Alexander de Waleton|
- The history of Cheshire: containing King's Vale-royal entire, Volume 2 By Daniel King, William Smith, William Webb, Peter Leycester
- William Allen Shade 22:18, September 7, 2009 (UTC)
By John Burke