- Marriage: Joan Norreys
- Died: After 1354, Cheshire, England 713,750
- Buried: Lyme, Chreshire, England 713,750
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 713 ,750
Thomas Daniers of Bradley, senior, 17 Edward II, son and heir of William Daniers, senior, had land in Lyme by a grant from his father. He purchased Bradley from Willim Dutton, lord of Warburton in 1301. Thomas was the sheriff of Cheshire in 25 and 27 Edward III.
Thomas married Margaret, daughter of Adam de Tabley, and they had an eldest son also named Thomas. Their other sons were Sir John Daniers of Gropenhale, and Augustine, their third son, who owned lands in Sworton, High-Legh, in 11 Edward III. His daughters were Alice, married to Mathew, son of William Mere of mere in 1319; Margaret, who married John, son of vivian de Thelwallshaw (Derewallshaw) in 1335; and Joan. He had three natural sons as well, William, Roger and Robert.
Thomas Daniers, Senior, married a second time to Joan Norreys, and they had a son named Thomas Daniers, who later became Sir Thomas Daniers of Over-Tabley. Their next son was Henry, to whom his father gave the marriage of the heir of William Clerke of Over-Tabley, 28 Edward III, and one last son named Richard living in 6 Richard II.
Thomas Daniers made his will in 1354 and was buried at Lymme. Joan Norreys, his widow, married a scond time to William Bostock of Bostock.
~The History of Cheshire: Containing King's Vale-royal Entire, p. 802-803
~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol. I, p. 471
Thomas married Joan Norreys, daughter of Alain le Norreys of Formby and Haigh, Lancashire and Margery de Haigh.