A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire, Volume 1 by John Burke, 1832
"The village of Nether Tabley, manor and mansion, came to them (the Leycesters) with Margaret Dutton, daughter of Jeffrey Dutton, of Dutton, in the county of Chester, A.D. 1272, as appears in the history and antiquities of Cheshire, by Sir Peter Leicester, baronet. 'Jeffrey Dutton, son of Adam Dutton de Dutton, gave Nether Tabley to his daughter Margaret, and her heirs, about the end of the reign of Henry III. this Margaret first married Robert de Denbigh, and had no issue; afterwards she married Nicholas de Leicester, by whom she had issue, and to whose succeeding progeny the manor of Nether Tabley still belongeth."
|Roger Leycester (-c1349)||1278 England||1349 England||Joyce or Isabel Unknown|
|John Leycester (-aft1312)|
|Geoffrey Dutton (c1234-1276)||1234 England||1276 England||Margaret Unknown|
|Reginald Dutton (c1236-)|
|Agnes de Dutton (c1238-)||William de Hatton (c1215-)|
|Margaret de Dutton (-1305)||England||1305 England||Nicholas de Leycester (-c1295)|