- Born: Abt 1272, , Somersetshire, England
- Marriage: Sir Thomas DE LA MARE, Knt. 
- Died: , , England
Another name for Margery was Margaret.
"Thomas De La Mare
Birth ABT 1254 of Nunney, Somerset, England
Father Elias De La Mare 1222-1271
Mother Margery 1223-1276
Wife 2nd Margery 1272-
Child John De La Mare Of Nunney 1305-"
Source <Antiquarian and topographical cabinet, containing a series of elegant views ...> Par James Sargant Storer:
Of the De la Mere family there were four branches, who were severally seated in the counties of Wilts, '01ford, Hereford, and Somerset. Nicholas De la 'Mere was lord of Nunney in the time of Henry III.; and was succeeded by another Nicholas who lived here in the time of Edward I. and had several children, of whom Elias De la Mere was a great warrior, and was the first projector of the Castle. He died about the second'Richard II. leaving issue sir 'Thomas De la Mere, knt. who, in the seventh of Henry '-IV. gave lands in Kingston St. Michael, in the county of 'Wilts, to the abbey of Bradenstoke in the same county. 'He married two wives, Joan and Margaret: by the former he was father of sir Peter De la'Mere, knt. whose estate amounted (as we are told by Leland) to l200 marks per unnum. He was father of Richard De -la Mere, who sold lands in Nunney to Andrew Braunche, of Frome, and dying without issue male, was succeeded in his estate by his uncle sir John De la Mere, knt. by Margaret, the second wife of Thomas, his grandfather. This John was lord of Nunney in the forty-sixth of Edward III. His son John De la Mere was sheriff of the county of Wilts in the first of Rich. II. and then bore on his seal two lions passant. ..."
Margery married Sir Thomas DE LA MARE, Knt.  [MRIN: 2920], son of Sir Helias DE LA MARE, Knt.  and Unknown. (Sir Thomas DE LA MARE, Knt.  was born about 1254 in Nunney Castle, Somerset, England and died in , , England.)