~1325, John born in England.
1/24/1327, Edward III, age 14, succeeded Edward II as King of England.
~1330, Ceciley born in England, d/o §William de Modberlegh.
1350, Fine of John Domvill, 50s, … in part payment of £10 for the alienation of the manor of Chelmondeston … (S) Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, V59, 1910.
12/12/1368 at Chester, Grant by Henry de Tunstall … Witnesses: … John Domvill senior … (S) UKNA.
4/27/1378, A grant to Thomas Ffyton of Gouseworth Robert le Grosvenor John de Brunsbach, parson of the church of Modburlegh & John de Brereton chaplain all claims in lands etc in the Townships of Modburlegh & Tatton of the gift of John Domvill of Modberlegh & Cecilia his wife, by fine in the county [Chester] court. (S) Deeds of John Leycester.
7/22/1382, John son of Nicholas de Laycestre quitclaimed to John Domvill & Cecilia, his wife, of Mobberlegh all rights in lands rents services & the mill which they held in the Townships of Moberlegh Tatton Plumley Somerford near Swetenham Oddrodde & elsewhere in Co Chester & his rights in the Advowson of the Church of Mobberley. (S) Cheshire Record Office.
1383, John Domville, [maternal grandfather of Thomas (738738)] granted his arms to Thomas de Holes of Brimstage [Brunstath]. (S) The Twentieth Century, V39, 1896, P1027.
1/7/1392, John de Mascy of Tatton, kt. to … Witnesses: … John Domvill of Mobberley … (S) UKNA.
3/31/1392, John Domville grants to Thomas de Holes, his grandchild and heir, the son of Margaret (his daughter and heir) his manor of Modberleigh (now called Mobberley) in the county of Chester. (S) Biographia Britannica, V4, 1757, P2634.
· 10/9/1415, Writ of “ouster le main” of Hugh de Holes (1477476), Kt. … died seized, for life, jointly with his wife Margery, of the manors of Brunstath and Oxton … remainder to Thomas their son … failing to Edmund brother of the said Thomas … failing to Hugh and Margery (1477477) … failing to Ellen sister of the said Margery … failing to Matilda sister of the said Ellen … failing to Isabel sister of the said Matilda … failing to the right heirs of John Domville for ever; … held of Richard Lord Straunge, of Knokyn; also in right of his wife Margery, of the manor of Modberlegh, … (S) Ann. Rpt. Dep. Keeper, V37, 1876, P370.
Children of John and Cecily:
i. Margaret Domville (1477477), born ~1350 in England.
ii. Ellen Domville, born ? in England.
iii. Matilda Domville, born ? in England.
iv. Isabel Domville, born ? in England.