Sir Thomas Daniell, Knight, of Over Tabley
Heir to the lands of Thomas Daniell of Bradley, in Appleton, by his father, after the death of Sir John Daniell his half brother.
A third part of Over Tabley came to Thomas Daniell, younger son of Thomas Daniell of Bradley, in Appleton, the elder, by Joan Norreys a second wife, in marriage with Katherine, daughter and heir of William, son of Adam de Tabley, 27 Edw. III (1353/54) for which marriage Thomas Daniell the father gave to Adam de Tabley £46. 13s. 4d.
By Katherine came also the moiety of Bexton to Thomas Daniell the son, her husband, whose heirs are still possessed of this third part in 1666.
He gave 20s. annuity for his life unto Hugh Hulse of Picmere, to be on counsel with him, 48 Edw. III.
27 Edw. III. (1353/54) Plea Rolls :-
Thomas fitz Thomas Danyers, Kalherine fil William de Tabbelegh, John de Beston, parson of Alderdelegh, and Thomas de Tabbelegh chaplain. Fine of lands, &c., in Overetabbelegh.
48 Edw. III. (1374/75) Plea Rolls :-
Thomas Danyers, of Tabbelegh, granted protection on his going abroad on the King's service in the retinue of Edmund Mortimer. Dat. 2 Nov. 48 Edw. III. (1374)
3 Ric. II. (1379/80) Plea Rolls :-
Sir Thomas Danyers, kt., protection on his going abroad in the retinue of John Devereux. Dat. 5 Oct. 1379.
4 Ric. II (1380/81) Plea Rolls :-
Sir Thomas Danyers, kt., protection on his going abroad in the retinue of Robert Knolles. Dat. 4 Jul. 1380
This Thomas Daniell found styled Knight 6 Ric. II (1382/83) in which year he served in the wars under Sir Hugh Calveley, of Lea, the famous soldier.
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