Margaret de Dutton
Another name for Margaret is Margaret de Dutton.
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 750
The villiage of nether-Tabley was in the possession of Adam de Dutton towards the end of Henry the Second's reign. Adam de Dutton was the youngest son of Hugh de Dutton of Dutton in Cheshire, and lineal ancestor of Warburton of Arley, whose posterity living at Warburton in the reign of Edward II.
Geffrey Dutton, Son of Geffrey, son of Adam Dutton, gave this township to Margaret his daughter and to her heirs about the very end of Henry III. Margaret Dutton first married Robert de Denbigh, but had no issue with him. Afterwards she married Nicholas de Leycester, about 1276, by whom she had issue.
~The History of Cheshire, pg. 784-785
The town of Aston was purchased by Adam de Dutton (ancestor of the Warburton of Ashley) from Hugh, the Welsh deacon, son of Hugh del Hield, for twenty four marks of silver in the reign of henry III, and gave it to Agnes de Dutton, his daughter. Towards the later end of Henry III, Robert de Denbigh and wife, Margaret Dutton, purchased it from Geffery, son of Geffrey, son of Adam de Dutton for three marks of silver and a Wich-house in Northwich. Margaret Dutton was the daughter of Geffrey, son of Geffrey. Robert Denbigh died without issue, and his widow, Margaret de Dutton, married Nicholas de Leycester about the year 1276. Sir Nicholas Leycester, knight. There is also another place in Aston, called the manor of Wethale, which Geffrey, son of Geffrey, son of Adam Dulton, gave to his daughter Margaret and to her heirs.
~The History of Cheshire, pgs. 670-671
Margaret married Sir Nicholas de Leycester Knight 721, 750, 779. (Sir Nicholas de Leycester Knight died in 1295 in Nether-Tabley, Cheshire, England 721, 750, 779.)