- Marriage: William Bulkeley 776
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 776
William, the eldest son of Robert, was livin at Bulkeley, in the year 1302, and was twice married: first, to Maud, daughter of Sir John Davenport, Knight.
~ Collonis's Peerage of England, Vol. 8, p. 8
• Background Information. 713
~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol II, pgs 652, William de Bulkylegh, granted and confirmed the lands to his son David by deeds in 1302. Married Maude, daughter of Sir John Davenport, Knight. Children of William and Maud given by Ormerod were:
Willliam de Bulkelegh, alive in 1314 and 1318, lord of a share of Bulkeley, married a daughter of Robin Offerton of Wtworth. His daughter was named Alice, who was sol heir and wife of thomas de Holford.
Robert de Bulkyley, of Oteworth, second son and heir, had Eaton in Davenham from his father, and lands from his brother William.
Roger de Bulkylegh, assumed the name of Norbury.
Richard de Bulkylegh, living in 1312, assumed the name of Prestland.
Thomas de Bulkylegh, living in 1306, married Alice daughter and coheiress of Matthew de Alpraham.
David de Bulkylegh, living in 1332, married Ellen, daughter and heiress of ________ de Bickerton.
~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol III, p. 269, living in 1303.
Maud married William Bulkeley, son of Robert Bulkeley Sheriff of Cheshire, Lord of Eaton and Jane le Boteler.776 (William Bulkeley was born before 1260 in Bulkeley, Cheshire, England 713 and died after 1303 in Bulkeley, Cheshire, England 713.)