Facts about Thomas Daniel and his family taken from original documents

THOMAS

FACTS:1 - Thomas Danyell under Various Aliases - Thomas Danyell henchman of the king, Thomas Danyell squire of the king, Thomas Danyell of Frodsham in Cheshire, Thomas Danyell usher of the chamber, Thomas Danyell master of game and steward of lordships in Staffordshire and Warwickshire, Thomas Danyell of Scotford Lancashire, Thomas Danyell steward of Chaylesmore, Thomas Danyell king's sergeant, Thomas Danyell of Troutbeck in Westmoreland, Thomas Danyell of Castle Rising in Norfolk, Thomas Danyell sheriff of Suffolk and Norfolk, Thomas Danyell searcher in port of London, Thomas Danyell bailiff of Derbyshire, Thomas Danyell bailiff of Eddesbury hundred, Thomas Danyell of Framlyngham in Suffolk, Thomas Danyell of Burton Pedwardine in Lincolnshire, Thomas Danyell of Hereford Manor in Norfolk, Thomas Danyell of Rydon, Grimston, Congham, Wellhall and Holt in Norfolk, Thomas Danyell of Gayton in Norfolk, Thomas Danyell, lord of Rawyre [Rathwire], Ardemulgham, Salmons Leap, Isoldes Chapel, Belgarde and Castle Richard in Ireland, and Thomas Danyell of Braydestone and Westoftes in Norfolk were one and the same person - this Thomas Danyell was also referred to as Thomas Danyell of Westminster and London or as Thomas Danyell of Norfolk or as Thomas Danyell of Chester but we know there were a number of Thomas Danyells satisfying each of these descriptions - various documents refer to him using a combinations of these aliases - see privy:1 where in 1441 he was referred to as henchman of the king and as holder of Frodsham - see patent:114 and patent:120 where in 1446 he was referred to as king's esquire and granted land in Westmoreland - see patent:118 and 119 where in 1446 he was referred to as usher of the chamber and king's esquire, and as master of game and steward of lordships in Staffordshire and Warwickshire - see fine:30 where in 1446 he was referred to as king's esquire and as holding lands in Scotford Lancashire - see patent:123 and patent:125 where in 1446 he was referred to as king's esquire, king's sergeant and steward of Chaylesmore - see close:60 where in 1446 he was granted manors of 'Wellhalle,' Grymston, Rydoun and Congham county Norfolk by the Paston family - see charter:1 and 2 where in 1447 he was referred to as king's esquire and as of Ridon, Grymston, Congham, Wellehalle and Holt - see patent:133 and privy:2 where in 1448 he was referred to as squire of the king and as constable of Castle Rising - see patent:149 where in a pardon in 1451 he was referred to as late of Frodsham, as Usher of the Chamber, as of Castle Rising, as late sheriff of Suffolk and Norfolk, as searcher in port of London etc, as bailiff of Derbyshire, as bailiff of Eddesbury hundred, and of Cheshire, London and Westminster - see patent:167 where in a prosecution in 1457 he was referred to as of Castell Risyng in Norfolk, as of Framlyngham in Suffolk, as of London, and as of Burton in Lincolnshire - see patent:187, 188 and 197 where in 1462 and 1465 he was referred to as of Castell Risyng and of Hereford Manor in Norfolk - see close:108 where in 1474 he was referred to as of Burton Pedwardine, Wellhall and Gayton - see close:110 where in 1475 in an agreement with William Husey king's attorney he swapped Burton Pedwardine for an annulment of his attainder and grants in Rawyre, Ardemulgham, Salmons Leap, Isoldes Chapel, Belgarde and Castle Richard in Ireland - see close:115 where in 1477 he and his son sold rights to Braydestone and Westoftes


FACTS:2 - Thomas Danyell at Key Dates - see patent:100 where in 1440 he first appeared in contemporary documents - see paston:14 where in 1451 or 1452 a document by William Worcester in the Paston family collection stated that he was recently married at Framlyngham - see patent:227 and 230 which show that he died between 1478 and 1482.


FACTS:3 - Thomas Danyell as Member of the Royal Household - see patent:100 where in 1440 he was referred to as king's servant when given a gift - see privy:1 where in 1441 he was referred to as henchman of the king - see publicrecords:43 where in 1444 he was paid costs for a mission - see patent:118 where he was referred to as usher of the chamber in 1446 - see patent:125 where in 1446 he was referred to as king's sergeant - see patent:134 where in 1448 he was referred to as usher of the chamber when given goods forfeited in London - see inquisitions:80 and 81 where in 1449 he was involved in Gedington - see parliament:3 where in 1450 he was listed with other members of the royal household in a document revoking earlier grants but listing exceptions to this revocation - see parliament:3 where in 1450 the manor of Gedington was taken away from him though he retained all other grants - see publicrecords:51, 52, 53 and 57 and patent:126 where in 1447-9 he and John Troutbeck were referred to as king's remembrancers - see patent:142 where in 1450 he and John Troutbeck were replaced as king's remembrancers by William Essex - see publicrecords:59 where in 1453 he was referred to as squire of the body


FACTS:4 - Thomas Danyell receiving gifts from the king - see patent:100 and 134 where in 1440 and 1448 he received gifts of contraband goods from the king


FACTS:5 - Thomas Danyell granted guardianship and marriage of minors - see patent:106 where in 1444 he was made guardian of John son of Henry Mellys - see deeds:40 for the involvement in 1458 of John Meles in marriage of Thomas Danyell of Daresbury and Grace Ogle - see patent:111 and 112 where in 1445 Thomas Danyell was made guardian of John son of James Bruyn of Stapilford Cheshire - see deeds:24, 25 and 26 where in 1447 in deeds with John Donne of Utkynton, Thomas Dutton of Dutton, Laurence Starky of Northwych and Geoffrey Starkey of Stretton he granted guardianship of heir of James Bruyn to John Donne [deeds:26 is amongst the Daniel of Daresbury deeds and includes arms with a plume]


FACTS:6 - Thomas Danyell granted properties by the king - see privy:1 for a reminder in 1441 (to John Troutbeck chancellor of Chester) that he should grant Frodsham in Cheshire to Thomas Danyell - see fine:30 where in 1446 Thomas is referred to as king's esquire and as holding lands in Scotford Lancashire - see patent:114 where in 1446 he was granted manor of Troutbeck near Windermere with swap of assets with Sybil Haukeston patent:117 and extension in 1446 patent:120 and 129 and publicrecords:48 - see close:60 and charter:1 and charter:2 where in 1446-9 he was granted (by the king and the Paston family) Rydon, Grymston, Wellhall and Congham in Norfolk - see privy:2 and patent:133 for a reminder in 1448 (to the chancellor and Archbishop of Canterbury) to grant to him the Castle Rising in Norfolk - see inquisitions:80 and 81 where in 1449-51 he was granted Geddington in Northamptonshire but see parliament:3where in 1450 Geddington was taken away from him - see publicrecords:59 where in 1459 he was compensated for the loss of Eddisbury taken from him by John Troutbeck and given to Sir Thomas Stanley, Geoffrey Starky and Robert of More - see patent:189 and 199 where in 1462 and 1465 Burton Pedwardine in Lincolnshire was taken away from him.


FACTS:7 - Thomas Danyell given important roles - see patent:107 where in 1444 he was made surveyor of forests in Cheshire - see patent:113 where in 1445 he was made successor to John Troutbeck as chamberlain of Cheshire - see patent:118 and 119 where he was appointed with Edmund Mountford (during the minority of the heiress of the earl of Warwick) as master of the game and steward of lordships in Warwickshire and Staffordshire - see patent:123, patent:124 and patent:125 where in 1446 he with Edmund Mountford was appointed keeper of the manor and park of Chaylesmore in Warwickshire - see patent:126 where in 1447 he with John Troutbeck was appointed king's remembrancer but see patent:142 where he was superceded in the post - see paston:6 where he was referred to by the Pastons as steward of the Duchy of Lancaster beyond the Trent with Thomas Denys as his deputy


FACTS:8 - Thomas Danyell as a naval commander - see paston:3 and patent:136 where in 1449 he was referred to as an admiral - see publicrecords:54 where in 1449 Thomas Danyell squire of the body was given ordnance to resist enemies on the sea and elsewhere - see paston:4 for letter in 1449 from Robert Wennington reporting a notable naval victory - see paston:30 for references in 1455 to the loan of 100 to Thomas Danyell from John Fastolf for a voyage to Brittany and Fastolf's claim against the king for repayment.


FACTS:9 - Thomas Danyell in conflict with Duke of Suffolk - see paston:1 where the Pastons talk of him as a rival in East Anglia to the Duke of Suffolk, then still the leader of the government in England


FACTS:10 - Thomas Danyell out of royal favour - see paston:2 where the Pastons suggest he is out of favour with the king but still talk of him as their lord


FACTS:11 - Thomas Danyell in satire - see privy:3 where in 1449 he is referred to in a satirical poem with leading men of the day and a few others of the king's household, being described by the line "the Lily is both fair' and grene"


FACTS:12 - Thomas Danyell indicted of treason for the first time - see parliament:5 where parliament is calling for a number of people to be removed from the king's court and punished including Thomas Danyell late of London Squire - see patent:148 for commission set up to indict for treason Thomas Danyell late of London esquire


FACTS:13 - Thomas Danyell pardoned - see patent:149 for his pardon


FACTS:14 - Thomas Danyell and Duchess of Norfolk - see paston:18 where in December 1451 the dowager Duchess of Norfolk was asking her son, the Duke of Norfolk, to take Thomas Danyell back into his favour - see patent:130 where in 1448 Thomas Danyell and others were managing the estate of Katherine, the dowager Duchess of Norfolk, including Framlingham - see patent:212 where in 1472 Thomas Danyell and his colleagues, in managing the estate of the dowager Duchess of Norfolk, were given pardon relating to their role in this estate but this time the dowager referred to is Eleanor dowager Duchess of Norfolk


FACTS:15 - Thomas Danyell and his marriage - see paston:14 where William Worcester reports the recent marriage at Framlingham of Thomas Danyell - see Itineraries of William Worcestre edited in 1969 by John Hooper Harvey from an original MS at Corpus Christi College Cambridge which has the following: 1454 About 21 September the most beautiful manorhouse of Rey, built a mile from Castle Rising by the father of [Henry] Wodhous esquire, nobly built on a grand scale with domestic offices, was pulled down and razed to the ground by the counsel and assistance of Thomas, Lord de Scales, a close friend of [Henry] the son and heir of the said [John] Wodhous, with his consent, because otherwise a certain Thomas Danyell esquire of Lancashire, formerly Sheriff of Norfolk, with the help and power of John Duke of Norfolk since he had married a young Howard kinswoman of the said Duke, pretended to have right and title in the said manor on the false pretence that he was heir of --- Wodhous who had given him the said manor. So with a large armed force of the duke's he several times entered upon the manor by force; and so Lord Scales, with good intentions although to the utmost damage of Wodhous's heir, had the said regal monor which cost in building over 2,000 marks sterling [1,333 6s 8d] razed to the ground. So overawed were the law of England and King Henry VI; and in this way the realm of England began to fall to ruin - see fact:33 for reference to nephew Danyell by John Howard.


FACTS:16 - Thomas Danyell's and Elizabeth Tarbuck's fraud on Henry Wodehouse - see parliament:6 for Henry Wodehouse's testimony regarding the fraud on him by Thomas Danyell and his sister Elizabeth Tarbuck.


FACTS:17 - Archbishop of Canterbury's role in fraud on Henry Wodehouse - see close:68 for Archbishop of Canterbury's testimony regarding the fraud on Henry Wodehouse by Thomas Danyell and his sister Elizabeth Tarbuck.


FACTS:18 - Earl of Oxford and John Bendyssh stand surety for Thomas Danyell - see patent:144 and 147 and paston:7 for reasons why Thomas Danyell broke bail.


FACTS:19 - Thomas Danyell's conflict with Henry Woodhouse - see paston:7 and 8 for references in 1451 to conflict with Henry Wodehouse.


FACTS:20 - Thomas Danyell's conflict with Osbert Mountford over Braystone manor - see paston:5, 15, 17, 14, 20, 25, 27 and 29, for references in 1451-5 to conflict of Thomas Danyell, Richard Ledham and John Church with Osbert Mountford over Braystone manor. Mountford himself was at this time with the English army in Calais, so was relying on others to protect his interests in England.


FACTS:21 - Thomas Danyell's various conflicts with Fastolf - see paston:19 and 30 for references in 1452-5 to the loan of 100 to Thomas Danyell from John Fastolf for a voyage to Brittany and Fastolf's claim against the king for repayment - see publicrecords:56 for Fastolf accusation of slander in 1450.


FACTS:22 - Thomas Danyell petitioning parliament for protection of the king - see paston:26 for petition from Jesop, Danyell and Trevilian for protection of the king


FACTS:23 - Thomas Danyell failing to join the Earl of Northumberland in Berwick - see patent:167 for prosecution in 1457 for tarrying in London and failing to join the earl in Berwick


FACTS:24 - Thomas Danyell in dispute with Thomas Howes - see paston:34 and 36 for dispute in 1458 with Thomas Howes


FACTS:25 - Thomas Danyell at Towton - see parliament:7 and 8 where in 1461 he was attainted for being involved in the battle of Towton on 29th of March 1461.


FACTS:26 - Thomas Danyell at Harlech - see parliament:9 where in 1464 David ap Jeuan ap Eyneon, late of Hardlough (Harlech) Castle in Merionnyth in North Wales and Reynold ap Gryffith ap Pletheu were attainted for protecting traitors Thomas Danyell and John Dowbiggin.


FACTS:27 - Thomas Danyell in Cheshire - see paston:42 where on 1/3/1464 Thomas Danyell is said to be somewhere in Cheshire and has sent 3 or 4 letters to John Howard, presumably asking for help.


FACTS:28 - Thomas Danyell losing assets - see patent:195 which in 1465 refers to an act of Parliament in 4/3/1462 that attainted James earl of Wiltshire, Thomas lord Roos, Thomas Danyel esquire, and Giles Sayntlowe and then (1465) sets up a commission to seize their assets - see patent:199 which in 1465 refers to his attainder for treason on 4/11/1461 - see close:110 which in 1475 refers to his attainder for treason on 4/11/1461 - see patent:189 where in 1462 Burton Pedwardine in Lincolnshire is taken away from him and given to William Hulse - see inquisitions:84, 85 and 86 for mention in 1465 and 1466 of Burton Pedwardine in relation to attainder of Thomas Danyell


FACTS:29 - Thomas Danyell losing Hereford Manor - see patent:187, patent:188 and patent:197 where Hereford Manor in Norfolk is taken away from him and given to John Howard with other property belonging to James earl of Wiltshire, Nicholas Latymer and Giles Sayntlowe


FACTS:30 - Master Danyell - see howard:1 where in 1462 the accounts-1 (first volume of John Howards accounts) begins - see howard:2 where in April 1464 accounts-1 first mentions Master Danyell - see howard:5 where in November 1464 accounts-1 mentions Master Danyell next to similar entries for John Howard's daughters - see howard:9 where on 18/6/1465 accounts-1 mentions material for shirts for Master Danyell - see howard:10 where on 10/11/1465 accounts-1 mentions pair of boots for Master Danyell just after John Howard's family and just before little Edmund - see howard:11 where on 13/11/1465 accounts-1 mentions Master Danyell in list after John Howard's wife and before Margaret Notham, Anne Fuller and Edmund - see howard:17 and 18 where on 8/4/1467 accounts-1 mentions shirts and shoes for master Danyell, Edmund, and Edmund Gorges


FACTS:31 - Danyell - see howard:3 where on 14/7/1464 accounts-1 mentions Danyell and this is immediately before mentioning Edmund - see howard:38 and 40 where on 22/9/1468 and 29/9/1468 accounts-1 mentions Danyell apparently collecting rents for John Howard


FACTS:32 - Thomas Danyell - see howard:37 and 41 where on 12/9/1468 and 1/10/1468 accounts-1 mentions Thomas Danyell apparently collecting rents for John Howard - see howard:47 for reference in 1471 to Thomas Danyell in a list of retainers


FACTS:33 - nephew Danyell - see howard:93 and 100 where on 16/2/1482 and 25/4/1482 accounts-1 mentions another nephew of John Howard ie nephew Neville - see howard:106 where on 26/6/1482 accounts-1 mentions money (11li plus) laid out by nephew Danyell in June on trip to Cambridge


FACTS:34 - little Edmund - see howard:10 first referred to as little Edmund probably to distinguish him from another Edmund (Edmund Gorges, the future son in law of John Howard) and he is mentioned immediately after master Danyell in a list that included wife and children of John Howard and Jenyns of the stable - see howard:12 where on 27/11/1465 accounts-1 little Edmund appears in list of retainers which also includes Edmund Gorges - see howard:14 where on 27/1/1467 accounts-1 has little Edmund in list of groomes for wedding of John Howard and his second wife - see howard:15 where on 18/2/1467 accounts-1 mentions little Edmund just after John Howard - see howard:15 where on 18/2/1467 accounts-1 mentions little Edmund just after John Howard - see howard:19 where on 19/5/1467 accounts-1 mentions little Edmund - see howard:21 where on 20/6/1467 accounts-1 mentions little Edmund - see howard:22 where on 5/7/1467 accounts-1 mentions little Edmund with John Howard and his two sons - see howard:23 where on 5/7/1467 accounts-1 mentions little Edmund - see howard:24 where on 15/7/1467 accounts-1 mentions little Edmund - see howard:25 where on 2/9/1467 accounts-1 mentions little Edmund with Edmund and John Gorges


FACTS:35 - child Edmund - see howard:46 where on 26/11/1469 accounts-1 mentions child Edmund


FACTS:36 - Edmund - see howard:3 where on 14/7/1464 accounts-1 first mentions Edmund and this is immediately after mention of Danyell - see howard:6 where on 30/11/1464 accounts-1 mentions Edmund with Prynce - see howard:7 where on 30/5/1465 accounts-1 mentions Edmund - see howard:8 where in June 1465 accounts-1 mentions Edmund with Thomas Thorpe the squire of the sons of John Howard - see howard:11 where on 13/11/1465 accounts-1 mentions Edmund in list after John Howard's wife, master Danyell, Margaret Notham, and Anne Fuller - see howard:13 where on 1/12/1466 accounts-1 mentions Edmund just after John Howard - see howard:16 where on 19/3/1467 accounts-1 mentions Edmund after master Gorge - see howard:18 where on 8/4/1467 accounts-1 mentions Edmund immediately after master Danyell and Edmund Gorges - see howard:20 where on 4/6/1467 accounts-1 mentions Edmund - see howard:36 where on 27/8/1468 accounts-1 mentions Edmund


FACTS:37 - Thomas Danyell son of William Danyell of Daresbury pardoned - see patent:211 which in 6/3/1472 pardons Thomas Danyell, son of William Danyell of Daresbury Cheshire esquire, late of London, and of Norfolk


FACTS:38 - Thomas Danyell regaining and granting Burton Pedwardine in Lincolnshire - see close:108 where in 1474 he with attorneys William Strode, Robert Ingoldesby and William Stoneham granted Burton Pedwardine to William lord Hastynges, Richard Fowler, Guy Fairfax and Richard Pygot, serjeants at law, Richard Welby and Leonard Thornburgh - see close:109 where in 1474 his son Edmund Danyell with William bishop of Winchester confirmed grant of Burton Pedwardine to William lord Hastynges, Richard Fowler, Guy Fairfax and Richard Pygot, serjeants at law, Richard Welby and Leonard Thornburgh - see close:110 which in 1475 refers to his attainder for treason on 4/11/1461 and intercession of William Husey king's attorney with William Alyngton, Speaker of this Parliament (who was incensed against Thomas, alleging that his father had been put in prison in London by Thomas's agency) to obtain an annulment of the attainder - see close:111 where in 1475 in an agreement with William Husey king's attorney he swaps Burton Pedwardine for annulment of his attainder and grants in Rawyre, Ardemulgham, salmons Leap, Isoldes Chapel, Belgarde and Castle Richard in Ireland - see patent:217 where Thomas Danyell of Castle Rising is pardoned on 7/3/1475 (referring to petitions on 6/10/1472 and 6/6/1474)


FACTS:39 - Thomas Danyell knighted - see patent:220 where on 23/4/1475 Thomas Danyell is referred to as an esquire - see patent:224 where on 18/6/1476 Thomas Danyell is referred to as a knight


FACTS:40 - Thomas Danyell in Ireland - see patent:216 for grants in Rawyre (Rathwire), Ardemukghan, Salmon Leap and Chapeizod in Ireland in 1474 - see close:110 and 111 where in 1475 in an agreement with William Husey king's attorney he swaps Burton Pedwardine for annulment of his attainder and grants in Rawyre, Ardemulgham, salmons Leap, Isoldes Chapel, Belgarde and Castle Richard in Ireland - see patent:220 where in 1475 John Suthworth mayor of Chester, Thomas Gleg, Peter Danyel, Thomas Olyegh, Richard Lancastre, William Bold and William Bulcleyare ordered to help transport Thomas Danyel esquire on his expedition to Ireland - see patent:221 and patent:222 where in 1475 John Rutter and others are to be arrested for deserting Thomas Danyel's company on his expedition to Ireland - see patent:223 where in 1475 Sir William Stanley, Sir John Savage, Sir Thomas Mauley, Roger Dutton, Peter Daucton, and John Southworth are ordered to join Thomas Danyel on his expedition to Ireland - see patent:224 and patent:225 where in 1476 as knight and lord of Rathwire Thomas Danyell is granted lands in Salmon Leap, Chapelizod, Ardmolgham, Rathwire, Belgard, Fore and Castell Ricard, made constable of Wicklow Castle, and granted fees from port of Dublin - see Statute Rolls of the Parliament of Ireland in volume 4 of the Irish Record Office Series of Early Statutes edited by James Morrissey in 1939; 1476 and 1477; page 283; Also at the prayer of Thomas Daniell, knight, Lord and Baron of Rathwire. That in consideration of his true and faithful conduct towards the King our Sovereign in England, as well as safeguarding the King's subjects in this land of Ireland: It is ordained established and enacted by the authority of the said Parliament, that by the said authority, all manner of letters patent made to the said Thomas by our said Sovereign lord, by the name of Thomas Danyell esquire, and everything therein contained be ratified approved and confirmed and that the said Thomas have and enjoy to him and his heirs males of his body lawfully begotten according to the said letters patent every manner of things in them and in every of them contained. Any gift, grant, Statute, Act or Ordinance made or to be made notwithstanding. Provided that it is not prejudicial to the Church of Meath - see publicrecords:76 see warrant in 1476 - see patent:227 where in 1478 Thomas Danyell and his son Edward (Edmund?) Danyell were made constables of Dublin Castle


FACTS:41 - Thomas Danyell in conflict in Ireland - see Statute Rolls of the Parliament of Ireland in volume 4 of the Irish Record Office Series of Early Statutes edited by James Morrissey in 1939 -- 1481 and 1482; page 739; Also, at the prayer of Brother James Ketyng, Prior of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem in Ireland, and the brethren of the same. That whereas the said Prior and brethren have held of the King the manor and lordship of Leixlip and Chapelizod by the feefarm of 200 pounds which the said Prior and brethren have answered yearly to the King at his Exchequer in Ireland during the time that they were farmers thereof. Afterwards our sovereign lord the King by his letters patent out of his noble realm of England granted to Thomas Daniell, lord of Rathwire, the said manors and lordships with the said feefarm, to have and to hold them to the said Thomas according to the form of the said letters patent. By virtue of which, the said Prior and brethren were discharged of the said feefarm. Notwithstanding this, the said Prior and brethren are from day to day impeached in the said Exchequer and had lost great issues and amercements because they do not account for the said fee-farm, contrary to all conscience. Whereupon the premises considered: It is ordained by authority of the said Parliament, that from henceforth they be discharged of the said account and any issues and amercements adjudged and lost in the said Exchequer by reason of the said account from the time the said Thomas entered into the said manors or lordships, the said prior and brethren and their successors to be acquitted and clear thereof and at no time to be impeached for the said fee-farm, nor the said issues and amercements, whether they be assigned or not assigned. And the sheriff or sheriffs of the county of Dublin for the time being, by the same authority shall be discharged of the said issues and amercements, as well as towards the King as towards every other person whomsoever.


FACTS:42 - Thomas Danyell in decline? - see close:118 where on 18/7/1478 Thomas Danyell gives letters of attorney to his son Edmund Danyell


FACTS:43 - Thomas Danyell deceased - see patent:230 where on 14/5/1482 Thomas Danyell is referred to as deceased and his lands in Ardemulghan and Belgard granted to their original owners


FACTS:44 - fellow members of household - see patent:100 where Thomas Danyell is listed with three other king's servants Thomas Est, John Slyfirst and William Jenkyns - see parliament:3 where Thomas Danyell is listed immediately after John Hampton, Rauff Babthorp, John Noreys, John Penycok and Philipp Wentworth five squires of king's body, and immediately before William Tresham squire, William Myners Huissher of King's chamber and his son William, Bartylmewe Halley Huissher of King's chamber and his son Pers, Thomas Pulford Huissher of King's chamber, Thomas Staunton squire Huissher of King's chamber and his son John, and Jenkyn Stanley Huissher of King's chamber and his son John; later is George Danyell listed immediately after Nicholas Seintlo squire, marshall of King's Hall, Giles Thorndon squire, William Catesby squire of King's household, John Parke one of clerks of greencloth, John Martyn squire of king's household and immediately before John Hoghton, Richard George, James Davinport, Raulyn Say and Thomas Belgrave, five sergeants at arms.


FACTS:45 - Thomas Danyell and the Troutbeck family - see privy:1 for a reminder in 1441 (to John Troutbeck chancellor of Chester) that he should grant Frodsham in Cheshire to Thomas Danyell - see patent:114 where in 1446 he was granted manor of Troutbeck near Windermere with swap of assets with Sybil Haukeston patent:117 and extension in 1446 patent:120 - see patent:113 where in 1445 he was made chamberlain of Cheshire as successor to John Troutbeck - see publicrecords:51, 52, 53 and 57 and patent:126 where in 1447-8 he and John Troutbeck were referred to as king's remembrancers - see patent:142 where in 1450 he and John Troutbeck were replaced as king's remembrancers by William Essex - see publicrecords:59 where in 1459 he was compensated for the loss of Eddisbury taken from him by John Troutbeck and given to Sir Thomas Stanley, Geoffrey Starky and Robert of More


FACTS:46 - Thomas Danyell and the Mountford family - see patent:118 and 119 where he was appointed with Edmund Mountford (during the minority of the heiress of the earl of Warwick) as master of the game and steward of lordships in Warwickshire and Staffordshire - see patent:123, 124 and 125 where in 1446 he with Edmund Mountford was appointed keeper of the manor and park of Chaylesmore in Warwickshire - see parliament:7 where in 1461 Edmund Mountford was attainted with Thomas Danyell for being at the battle of Towton - see paston:5, 15, 17, 14, 20, 25, 27 and 29, for references in 1451-5 to conflict of Thomas Danyell, Richard Ledham and John Church with Osbert Mountford over Braystone manor.


FACTS:47 - Thomas Danyell and Edward Ellesmere - see close:62, 112 and 116 and deeds:20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 and 34 where between 1448 and 1477 Thomas Danyell (esquire in 1475 and knight in 1477) and Edward Ellesmere appear in a series of deeds involving property in London and also involving the Bamme family godsmiths of London. William Aiscough bishop of London, John Norreys, William Lowe, John and James Friis and Thomas Lute - see parliament:7 where in 1461 an Edward Ellesmere was attainted with Thomas Danyell for being at the battle of Towton.


FACTS:48 - Thomas Danyell and fellow traitors - see parliament:5 where in 1450 parliament is calling for a number of people to be removed from the king's court and punished namely Edmond Duke of Somerset, Alice Pole late the wife of William Pole late Duke of Suffolk, William Bothe Bishop of Chester, Sir John Sutton, Baron of Dudley, Thomas Danyell late of London Squire, John Trevilian late of London Squire, Edward Grymston late of London Squire, Thomas Kent Clerk of your Council, John Say late of London Squire, Reynold Abbot of the Church of Saint Peter of Gloucester in the Shire of Gloucestershire, Thomas Pulford late of London Squire, John Hampton Squire, William Myners Squire, John Blakeney Squire, John Penycoke Squire, John Gargrave Squire, Stephen Slegge, Thomas Stacy, Thomas Hoo, Lord Hastings, Sir Edmond Hungerford, Sir Thomas Stanley, John of Stanley, otherwise called Jenkyn of Stanley, Usher of your Chamber, Squire, Bartholomewe Halley, Rauf Babthorp Squire, Sir Edmond Hampden, Master John Somerset, Master Gervays le Volore, one of your Secretaries, John Newport otherwise called John Spycer late of the Isle of Wyght Squire, and Sir Robert Wynfeld


FACTS:49 - Thomas Danyell and his collaborators in battle against Henry Wodehouse - see paston:7 where in 1450 Thomas Denys and John Bendyssh were holding Rydon for Thomas Danyell but Earl of Oxford reported as not helping.


FACTS:50 - Thomas Danyell and his opponents in battle against Henry Wodehouse - see paston:7 where in 1450 John Wodehouse, FitzWilliam, Hoberd of Middleton, Henry Tudenham, William Narburgh, Thomas Trusbut, Thomas Kervile, and Shuldham servants, Salesbury and William Owaynwere attempting to take Rydon from Thomas Danyell.


FACTS:51 - Thomas Danyell and the Archbishop of Canterbury - see parliament:6 where in 1455 John the late Archbishop of Canterbury was said to be (innocently) involved in the fraud by Thomas Danyell and Elizabeth Tarbuck nee Danyell against Henry Wodehouse.


FACTS:52 - Thomas Danyell and his collaborators in battle against Osbert Mountford - see paston:15 where in 1451 Richard Southwell reports Duke of Norfolk and Lord Scales helping Thomas Danyell take Brayston - see paston:16 where in 1451 Richard Southwell is holding Brayston - see paston:14 where in 1452 Thomas Danyell holding Brayston for second time - see paston:25 where in 1452 Roger Church, Robert Ledham, Charles Nowell, John Radcliff and Robert Dalling are said to be helping Thomas Danyell - see paston:23, 24 and 27 where in 1452 Robert Ledham, Charles Nowell, Otywell Nowell, John Ratgliff, Robert Dalling, Henrey Bragge, Roger Church, Roger Bylaugh, Roger Wryte, Roger Baly, Nicholas Goldsmyth, Robert Taylor, Christofer Grenescheve, ? Dunmowe, Elis Dokworth, Christofer Baradle and Jon Cokkow attacking various people and plotting a conspiracy for Roger Church to blame others.


FACTS:53 - Thomas Danyell and his opponents in battle against Osbert Mountford - see paston:14 where in 1450 Mountford and Heydon holding Brayston - see paston:20 where in 1452 Osbert Mountford refers to his allies Joham of Berney, his uncle Adam, his cousin Fyncheham and Edmund Piers - see paston:22 where in 1452 Lord Scales was reported to be deserting Thomas Danyell's side in the dispute - see paston:23 where in 1452 Philip Berney, Edmond Brome, John Wylton, John Coke, Kateryn Wylton, Thomas Baret, Alredis son of Erll Some were attacked by Robert Ledham and others.


FACTS:54 - Danyell and Vere families - see patent:144 and paston:7 for Earl of Oxford's support for Thomas Daniel - see publicrecords:2 where a Thomas Danyell (probably ours) acted as legal advisor to the chaplain of dowager Countess of Oxford but managed to defraud him in some way - see close:71 where in 1453 John Earl of Oxford and Thomas Danyell dyer of London appear in the same deed - see fact:55 for John Danyell a senior retainer of the Vere family - see fact:56 for a John Danyell of Messing in service of the Countess of Oxford.


FACTS:55 - John Danyell and the Earls of Oxford - see patent:248 for grant to John Danyell by John Vere Earl of Oxford of the posts of parker of le More and steward of the manors of le More and Busshey - see patent:249 and state:5, state:7 for involvement in 1510 of John Danyell in the marriage of John Vere (heir of Earl of Oxford) and Elizabeth Trussell.


FACTS:56 - John Danyell of Messing and the Countess of Oxford - see state:42 for Danyell receiver of Countess of Oxford of involved in 1528 in dispute with Thomas Cromwell over building materials - see state:43 for John Danyell of Messing in 1528 in service of the Countess of Oxford - see state:89 and state:97 for Mrs Danyell in 1539 mentioned in letters from Duchess of Norfolk.


FACTS:57 - Danyell and Paston families - see paston:2 where in 1448 the Pastons were not sure that Thomas Danyell was a useful ally - see paston:7where in 1450 John Bendysh is referred to as kin of Margaret Paston - see patent:147where in 1451 John Bendysh stood 100li surety for Thomas Danyell.


FACTS:58 - Thomas Danyell and John Dowbiggin - see paston:19 where in 1452 John Dowbiggin servant of Lord Scales is in danger of being outlawed because of debt to Sir John Falstoff due from Thomas Danyell although Thomas Danyell had returned the money to Thomas Hoo - see parliament:6 where in 1455 John Dowbiggin was said to be involved in the fraud by Thomas Danyell and Elizabeth Tarbuck nee Danyell against Henry Wodehouse - see parliament:7 where in 1461 John Dowbiggin was attainted with Thomas Danyell for being at the battle of Towton - see parliament:9 where in 1464 David ap Jeuan ap Eyneon, late of Hardlough (Harlech) Castle in Merionnyth in North Wales and Reynold ap Gryffith ap Pletheu were attainted for protecting traitors Thomas Danyell and John Dowbiggin - see parliament:7 and 8 where in 1461 he and John Dowbiggin were attainted for being involved in the battle of Towton on 29th of March 1461.


FACTS:59 - Thomas Danyell and the Alington family - see close:110 which in 1475 refers to his attainder for treason on 4/11/1461 and intercession of William Husey king's attorney with William Alyngton, Speaker of this Parliament (who was incensed against Thomas, alleging that his father had been put in prison in London by Thomas's agency) to obtain an annulment of the attainder.


FACTS:60 - Thomas Danyell and others at battle of Towton - see parliament:7 where in 1461 parliament is attainting those present at the battle of Towton namely Henry Duc of Excestr', Henry Duc of Somerset, Thomas Courtenay late Erle of Devonshire, Henry late Erle of Northumberlond, William Vicecount Beaumont, Thomas Lord Roos, John late Lord Clyfford, Leo late Lord Welles, John late Lord Nevill, Thomas Gray Knyght, Lord Rugemond Gray, Randolf late Lord Dacre, Humphrey Dacre Knyght, John Morton late Person of Blokesworth in the Shire of Dorset Clerk, Rauff Makerell late Person of Ryseby in the Shire of Suff' Clerk, Thomas Mannyng late of New Wyndefore in Berkshire Clerk, John Whelpdale late of Lychefeld in the Counte of Stafford Clerk, John Nayler late of London Squier, John Preston late of Wakefeld in the Shire of York Preest, Philip Wentworth Knyght, John Fortescu Knyght, William Tailboys Knyght, Edmund Mountford Knyght, Thomas Tresham Knyght, William Vaux Knyght, Edmund Hampden Knyght, Thomas Fyndern Knyght, John Courteney Knyght, Henry Lewes Knyght, Nicholas Latymer Knyght, Waltier Nuthill late of Ryston in Holdernes in the shire of York Squier, John Heron of the Forde Knyght, Richard Tunstall Knyght, Henry Belyngeham Knyght, Robert Whityngham Knyght, John Ormond otherwise called John Botillier Knyght, William Mille Knyght, Symond Hammes Knyght, William Holand Knyght called the Bastard of Excestr', William Josep' late of London Squier, Everard Dygby late of Stokedry in the Shire of Ruthlond Squier, John Myrsyn late of Suthwerk in the Shire of Surr' Squier, Thomas Philip late of Dertyngton in Devonshire Squier, Thomas Brampton late of Guynes Squier, Giles Seyntlowe late of London Squier, Thomas Claymond, the seid Thomas Tunstall, Thomas Crawford late of Caleys Squier, John Aldeley late of Guynes Squier,John Lenche of Wyche in the Shire of Worcestre Squier, Thomas Ormond otherwise called Thomas Botillier Knyght, Robert Bellyngeham late of Burnashelde in the Shire of Westmoreland Squier, Thomas Everyngham late of Newhall in the Shire of Leycestr' Knyght, John Penycok late of Waybrigge in the Counte of Surr' Squier, William Grymmesby late of Grymmesby in the Shire of Lincoln' Squier, Henry Roos late of Rokyngham in the Shire of Northampton Knyght, Thomas Danyell late of Rysyng in the Shire of Norff' Squier, John Doubiggyng late of the same Gentilman, Richard Kirkeby late of Kirkeby Ireleth in the Shire of Lancastr' Gentilman, William Ackeworth late of Luton in the Shire of Bed' Squier, William Weynesford late of London Squier, Richard Stucley late of Lambehith in the Counte of Surr' Squier, Thomas Stanley late of Carlile Gentilman, Thomas Litley late of London Grocer, John Maydenwell late of Kirton in Lyndesey in the Counte of Lincoln Gentilman, Edward Ellesmere late of London Squier, John Dauson late of Westmynster in the Shire of Midd' Yoman, Henry Spencer late of the same Yoman, John Smoothyng late of York Yoman, John Beaumont late of Goodby in the Shire of Leyc' Gentilman, Henry Beaumont late of the same Gentilman, Roger Wharton, otherwise called called Roger of the Halle, late of Burgh in the Shire of Westmerlond Grome, John Joskyn late of Branghing in the Shire of Hertf' Squier, Richard Litestr' the yonger late of Wakefeld Yoman, Thomas Carr late of Westmynster Yoman, Robert Bollyng late of Bollyng in the Shire of York Gentilman, Robert Hatecale late of Barleburgh in the same Shire Yoman, Richard Everyngham late of Pontfreyt in the same Shire Squier, Richard Fulnaby of Fulnaby in the Shire of Lincoln Gentilman, Laurence Hille late of Moch Wycombe in the Counte of Buk' Yoman, Rauff Chernock late of Thorley in the Counte of Lancastr' Gentilman, Richard Gaitford of Estretford in Cley in the Shire of Notyngh' Gentilman, John Chapman late of Wymbourne Mynster in Dorset shire Yoman, and Richard Cokerell late of York Marchaunt.


FACTS:61 - Thomas Danyell's helpers on expedition to Ireland - see patent:220, 221, 222 and 223 where in 1475 John Suthworth, esquire, mayor of Chester, Thomas Gleg, esquire, Peter Danyel, Thomas Olyegh, Richard Lancastre, William Bold of Cunway, William Bulcley of Beaumarryse, William Stanley, knight, John Savage, knight, Thomas Mauley, knight, Thomas Danyell, Roger Dutton of Dutton, Peter Daucton of Hacton, esquire, John Rutter 'gentilman', John Obryth, Gilbert Debenham, Thomas Stanley of Stanley, knight, James Stucle, knight, Peter Leigh, knight, John Stanley, Thomas Molneux and the mayor of Hartylpole are ordered to help Thomas Danyell in his expedition to Ireland.


FACTS:62 - William, John, Richard and Edmund Danyell - see deeds:8 for deed in 1423 involving William Danyell of Deresbury, his son John, and his brothers Richard and Edmund knights, and others.


FACTS:63 - William Danyell - see patent:35 for grant in 1395 to a William Danyell of 10l from issues of county of Nottingham - see deeds:2 for deed in 1398 involving William Danyell of Deresbury a retainer of the king.


FACTS:64 - Thomas Danyell close involvement with Frodsham - see privy:1 for a reminder in 1441 (to John Troutbeck chancellor of Chester) that he should grant Frodsham in Cheshire to Thomas Danyell - see privy:1 where in 1441 he was referred to as holder of Frodsham - see patent:149 where in a pardon in 1451 he was referred to as late of Frodsham - see deeds:24, 25 and 26 where in 1447 in deeds with John Donne of Utkynton, Thomas Dutton of Dutton, Laurence Starky of Northwych and Geoffrey Starkey of Stretton he granted guardianship of heir of James Bruyn to John Donne [deeds:26 is amongst the Daniel of Daresbury deeds] - see possibility:9 for a John Danyell as bailiff of Frodsham in 21st of Henry 6 1443 [either a misprint for Thomas Danyell or Thomas Danyell had appointed a John Danyell as bailiff].


FACTS:65 - Sir John Danyell - see publicrecords:111 where in 1514 a Sir John Danyell with Sir Thomas Lovell, Treasurer of the Household, Sir John Cutts, Treasurer of the Exchequer and John Heyron, Treasurer of the Chamber were involved in a case concerning a ship.


FACTS:66 - Thomas Danyell - see state:19, 37, 39, 100 for Thomas Danyell from 1516 in posts in the Treasury - Thomas Danyell - see patent:282 where in 1554 Thomas Danyell was granted the surveyorship of the melting house of the Exchequer and Mint in the Tower of London.


FACTS:67 - John Danyell - see state:22, 46 and 46 for a John Danyell clerk or auditor of the king's receipt in 1518 to 1532.


FACTS:68 - Edmund Danyell - see state:144 for an Edmund Danyell clerk of the council of the king's chamber at Westminster in 1545.


FACTS:69 - Danyells and Torbucks - see parliament:6 for Henry Wodehouse's testimony in 1455 regarding the fraud on him by Thomas Danyell and his sister Elizabeth Tarbuck wife of Richard Tarbuck - see deeds:40 for deed in 1458 involving John Danyell and Richard Torbock - see deeds:1 for deed in 1489? involving John Danyell and Emme Torbock and land in Sutton called Torbok Hows - see deeds:55 for deed in 1499 involving Thomas, John and Sir Robert Danyell and Sir William Torbock and others.


FACTS:70 - Danyell family of Appleton Norfolk - see howard:4 and howard:12 for references in period 1464-5 to Henry Danyell in the household of John Howard - see close:120 for deed in 1479 involving Oliver Danyell skinner of London - see close:121 for deed in 1480 involving William Danyell skinner of London - see howard:74 for reference in 1481 to 33li that Oliver Danyell lent to John Howard - see will:3 for will in 1498 of Henry Danyell of Appleton Norfolk - see probability:11 for will of Jane Braunch sister in law of Henry Danyell - see state:15, state:52 for a James Danyell involved with the Treasury or as receiver of Duke of Norfolk from 1514 to 1533.


FACTS:71 - John Danyell of Felsted - see deeds:52 for deed in 1485 involving William Danyell in Felsted - see will:07 and will for will in 1519 of John Danyell of Felsted - see will:08 for will in 1523 of Margery widow of John Danyell of Felsted - see Publicrecords:161 for connection in 1463 via the Priory of Syon between Felsted and Navenby both of which appear in will of Margery Danyell.


FACTS:72 - John Danyell of Yeselham, Edmund Danyell and the Peyton family - see close:21, 22, 23 and 24 and inquisitions:7, 10, 11, 64 and 95 and patent:64 for land transaction in Essex from 1414 to 1492 involving John and Grace Peyton, John Danyell of Yeselham, Roberet Newport, John Burgoyne and others - see inquisitions:93 for involvement in 1490 of Edmund Danyell with property of Peyton family.


FACTS:73 - John Danyell of Messing - see publicrecords:141 and publicrecords:154 where in c1532 John Danyell of Messing (an executor of John Daniel of Felsted and of his wife Margery) and Roger Wentworth [son of Sir Roger Wentworth husband of Mary daughter of John Daniel of Felsted] were in dispute over forcible ejection from Felsted and Grandcourt - see publicrecords:116 and 140 where in c1516 John Danyell gentleman of Messing was in dispute with Henry Burghshyer Earl of Essex concerning deeds for land in Essex including manor of Knyphso - see fact:55 for John Danyell a senior retainer of the Vere family - see fact:56 for John Danyell of Messing a in service of the Countess of Oxford.


FACTS:74 - George, John, Thomas and Edward Danyell concerning Peldon Hall - see publicrecords:110 where in 1513 George Danyell and John Stace were in dispute with Sir William Saye, Sir Roger Wentworth and Robert Newport over Peldon Hall alias Peldington - see publicrecords:125 and 126 where in 1521-2 John Danyell of Messing was in dispute with Thomas Boleyn, knight, Controller of the King's Household, and others over Peldon alias Peldington, Abbereton and Markestey, Essex - see publicrecords:135 where in 1528 Edmund Haward, Lord Haward, Richard Broke, Justic of Common Pleas, Sir Richard Wentworth, Richard Sampson, clerk, Thomas Tey, esquire, Lionel Talnage, esquire, Robert Crane, esquire, John Jermy, esquire, and Thomas Danyell, esquire disputed the manor of Peldon and Appurtenances in Abberton with Cuthbert [Tunstall], bishop of London, Richard Sampson, clerk, Humfrey Stafford, knight, Thomas Wentworth, knight, William Pirton, knight, William Nevile esquire, John Nudigate, sergeant at law, George Walgrave, esquire, Thomas Nevile, esquire, John Wentworth, esquire, Humfrey Wynfeld, esquire, and Edward Walgrave, esquire - see publicrecords:13 where in 1550 Edward Danyell was parson of Peldon.


FACTS:75 - Knightley family - see state:119 where in 1543 Winifred wife of Roberet Coke acquired the rectory of Whitewell which was in the tenure of Ralph and Henry Danyell - see patent:267 where in 1550 Winifred wife of Roberet Coke and daughter of William Knightley granted to George Woodhouse and Thomas Coke the rectory of Whitewell which was in the tenure of Ralph and Henry Danyell.


FACTS:76 - Henry Everard - see dnb:1 for reference to Henry Everard as cousin of Thomas Danyell of Acton - see state:11, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 37, 39, 40, 41, 45, 102 and 105 for Henry Everard from 1514 till his death in 1541 in posts in the Treasury.


FACTS:77 - Edmund Danyell - see howard:47 for reference in 1471 to Edmund Danyell at head of list of retainers - see howard:56, 57, 59, 61, 117, 164, 166 and 167 for references in period 1481-3 to Edmund Danyell including heading a number of lists of retainers.


FACTS:78 - Edward Danyell - see howard:163 and 166 for references in 1483 to Edward Danyell.


FACTS:79 - master Edmund Danyell - see howard:108 for reference in 1482 to master Edmund Danyell.


FACTS:80 - master Danyell - see howard:52, 58, 59, 60, 63, 65, 67, 68, 72, 73, 75, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 139, 140, 141, 142, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 155, 158, 160, 162, 163, 164 and 165 for references in period 1481-3 to master Danyell.


FACTS:81 - Edmund Danyell gentleman - see patent:237 for prosecution in 1488 of Edmund Danyell gentleman, Edward Nevill esquire, John Thorpe gentleman, Sir John Norbury and Thomas Lynam gentleman for trespass against Sir Richard Coton.


FACTS:82 - Ralph Danyell - see publicrecords:58 where in 1452 a Ralph Danyell was paid for the expenses of the household in the Great Wardrobe.


FACTS:83 - George Danyell - see fine:27 where in 1446 George Danyell the king's serjeant was granted the lordship of Eulowe [Eulands] in county of Flint - see fine:32 and patent:116 and 131 and publicrecords:49 where in 1446 a George Danyell was escheator of Bedford and Buckingham - see patent:152 where in 1452 a George Danyell and two other king's serjeants at arms was on a commission to arrest three men - see patent:179 where in 1461 a George Danyell esquire was on a commission against Yorkists - see patent:181, 192, 193, 194 and 206 where in 1461-70 a George Danyell esquire was on commissions in Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Middlesex - see patent:233 where in 1483 a George Danyell was bailiff of the king's lordship of Cokeham and Bray in Berkshire.


FACTS:84 - George Danyell - see howard:55, 56, 62, 64, 66, 71, 138, 140, 143, 158, 159, 164 and 166 for references in period 1481-3 to George Danyell.


FACTS:85 - Thomas Danyell - see patent:218 where in 1475 Thomas Danyell king's servitor and yeoman of the crown is granted a fee from cloth in Gloucestershire.


FACTS:86 - Thomas Danyell - see howard:161 for reference in 1483 to Thomas Danyell.


FACTS:87 - Danyells in Household Books - see howard:84 and 124 for references in 1481-2 to William Danyell - see inquisitions:92 for reference to purchase in 1479 by Richard Danyell of a house in Stoke Neyland - see howard:53 for reference in 1481 to Robert Danyell - see howard:53, 54, 144, 154, 155, 156, 157, 160, 164 and 166 for references in period 1481-3 to Richard Danyell - see howard:54, 69 and 76 for references in 1481 to Danyell of Barfolde - see howard:110 for reference in 1482 to Danyell of Hadleigh - see howard:130 for reference in 1483 to Danyell of Stoke - see howard:112 for reference in 1482 to Danyell the mason - see fact:95 for William and Margaret Danyell in Essex in 1519.


FACTS:88 - Danyell - see howard:3, 5, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 39, 40, 42, 43, 44 and 45 for references in period 1464-8 to Danyell, from 1467 supplied with archer's equipment - see howard:70 for reference in 1481 to Danyell.


FACTS:89 - Peter Danyell - see patent:220, 221, 222 and 223 where in 1475 Peter Danyell and others are ordered to help Thomas Danyell in his expedition to Ireland.


FACTS:90 - George, Margaret, George and Hugh Danyell - see inquisitions:98 where in 1500 George and Margaret Danyell held (via William Tendring) Herkstead Manor in Suffolk of Thomas Howard Earl of Surrey - see state:76 for a George Danyell of Clare owing money to late Queen Jane Seymour in 1537 - see state:56 for a Hugh Danyell bailiff of Ayeshyne within Clare Hall for Queen Ann Boleyn in 1536.


FACTS:91 - Geoffrey Danyell - see state:99 for a Geoffrey Danyell surveyor in Queen's Household in 1540 - see state:113 for a Geoffrey Danyell given some of late Queen Jane's land in Marlborough.


FACTS:92 - juxtapositions - see close:70 where in 1453 Thomas Danyell esquire, and Thomas Danyell dyer of London appear in the same deed - see close:71 where in 1453 John Earl of Oxford and Thomas Danyell dyer of London appear in the same deed - William, William and John Danyell - see close:100 where in 1468 William Danyell citizen and 'stokfisshemonger' of London, to William Danyell knight, John Danyell draper of London appear in the same deed - see patent:196 for a grant in 1465 to Sir William Danyell, one of the poor knights of the college of St George in Windsor Castle.


FACTS:93 - Nicholas Danyell - see deeds:8 for deed in 1425 involving Nicholas Danyell of Deresbury.


FACTS:94 - Danyells of Deresbury in Essex - see deeds:79 for deed in 1553 where Thomas Danyell of Deresbury was heir of Kateryn Froste in Essex - see publicrecords:148 where in 1532 where George and John Froste were in a dispute concerning abduction of Katherine Whitlock.


FACTS:95 - William and Thomasia Danyell - see state:24 for William Danyell leather dresser of London and his wife Thomasia Danyell daughter of Thomas Bardefelde and in 1519 their manor of Gyng Margarete in Essex; also mentions relations John Lightfoot, Thomas Cloville and John Leventhorp.


FACTS:96 - Thomas Danyell close involvement with Burton Pedwardine - see patent:167 where in a prosecution in 1457 he was referred to as of Burton in Lincolnshire - see inquisitions:84, 85 and 86 where in 1465 Thomas Danyell esquire forfeited Burton Pedwardine - see close:108 where in 1474 he with attorneys William Strode, Robert Ingoldesby and William Stoneham granted Burton Pedwardine to William lord Hastynges, Richard Fowler, Guy Fairfax and Richard Pygot, serjeants at law, Richard Welby and Leonard Thornburgh - see close:109 where in 1474 his son Edmund Danyell with William bishop of Winchester confirmed grant of Burton Pedwardine to William lord Hastynges, Richard Fowler, Guy Fairfax and Richard Pygot, serjeants at law, Richard Welby and Leonard Thornburgh - see close:110 which in 1475 refers to his attainder for treason on 4/11/1461 and intercession of William Husey king's attorney with William Alyngton, Speaker of this Parliament (who was insensed against Thomas, alleging that his father had been put in prison in London by Thomas's agency) to obtain an annulment of the attainder - see patent:111 where in 1475 in an agreement with William Husey king's attorney he swaps Burton Pedwardine for annulment of his attainder and grants in Rawyre, Ardemulgham, salmons Leap, Isoldes Chapel, Belgarde and Castle Richard in Ireland - see probability:10 where Elizabeth widow of Sir William Hussey (to whom Burton Pedwardine has been granted on attainder) married Sir Walter Pedwardine (who held manor of Clipston) - see patent:217 where Thomas Danyell of Castle Rising is pardoned on 7/3/1475 (referring to petitions on 6/10/1472 and 6/6/1474)


FACTS:97 - Danyells involvement in Clipston Nottinghamshire and Clipston Northamptonshire - see patent:34 for John son of Thomas Danyell of Clipston in 1395 pardoned for Trespass - see publicrecords:25 where in 1396 William Danyell was paid for repairs to Clipston manor house - see probability:10 where Elizabeth widow of Sir William Hussey (to whom Burton Pedwardine has been granted on attainder) married Sir Walter Pedwardine (who held manor of Clipston) - see deeds:68 for deed in 1527 involving Thomas Danyell of Deresbury in manor of Clipston Northamtonshire as one of coheirs of Roger Pilkington.


FACTS:98 - Thomas Danyell close involvement with Geddington - see inquisitions:63 where in 1439 a John Danyell was involved in a commission of enquiry into the manor of Geddington and other manors, he also held land in manor of Kingsthorne - see close:59 where in 1446 a John Danyel esquire was involved in a deed regarding Geddington - see inquisitions:80 and 81 where in 1449 he was involved in Gedington - see parliament:3 where in 1450 the manor of Gedington was taken away from him


FACTS:99 - Thomas Danyell gentleman of London or Norfolk - see fine:36, 39, 41, 42, 43 and 44 for references in period 1450-4 to a Thomas Danyell of London and a Thomas Danyell of Norfolk both referred to as gentlemen so probably Thomas Danyell of Walsoken.
FACTS:100 - Thomas Danyell's connection with Daresbury - we know that Edmund Danyell son of Thomas Danyell Lord of Rathwyre was overseer of the will of Henry Danyell of Lynne Appleton (see will:3) - the will of Oliver Danyell tells us that one of his godsons was Oliver Danyell son of Henry Danyell of Lynne - the will also tells us that Oliver's parents were Piers and Margaret Danyell and implies that they came from Daresbury and Frodsham (see sims:21)- this gives strong circumstancial evidence for Thomas Danyell's descent from the Danyells of Daresbury.