Name: Margery de Ireland
Death: AFT 1314
Change Date: 30 NOV 2010
Ormerod in his history of Cheshire quotes the work of Sir Peter Leycester on the subject of Over Walton, which appears to have been held originally from the Lord of Daresbury, as mentioned in papers dating to 1314. Margery of Daresbury, the daughter and heir of William Daresbury of Daresbury and the widow of Henry le Norreys, gave to her son Alan le Norreys the manor of Daresbury with the village of Over Walton. The land came within the fee of the Baron of Halton.
Robert de Ireland and Beatrice had issue two daughters and co-heirs, Margery, who married Henry, son of Allan le Norreys of Formby, and Matilda, who married Gilbert le Norreys, brother of Henry. Gilbert and Matilda gave their interest in Eccleston to Henry and Margery, and died without issue.
She was the daughter and co-heir of William de Daresbury. She held the manor of Daresbury and lands in Wirral.
Margaret, the widow of Henry Norreys, survived her husband in 1314 and identified her father, her late husband, her son Alan and Mabel his wife in a Charter dated 1314.
Father: Robert de Ireland b: 1208
Mother: Beatrice Daresbury b: 1223
Henry de Norreys
- Alan de Norreys
- Type: Book
Periodical: Final Concords for Lancashire, Part 1
Author: William Farrer (editor)