Documents relating to Richard Banastre

[12??-12??]



The following documents mention Richard Banastre and members of his family


Richard Banastre appears in a number of documents of which the following is a selection:


Grant in frankalmoign from Richard son of Adam Banastre [to the canons of Cockersand] of all his land in Hutton to wit six acres in the [town]field and two acres and a half on the marsh with the appurtenances [S.D. 1236-1268]

[The Chartulary of Cockersand Abbey of the Premonstratensian Order, transcribed by William Farrer, Volume II, Part I [20] page 424

 


Grant in frankalmoign from Richard Banastre [of Bretherton] to God [and the canons of Cockersand] of one acre of land in Tarleton lying upon Wolfshaw, immediately adjoining land of the said canons on the north side extending at one end towards Asland and at the other towards Brunhild's-gate, with easements belonging to that land [S.D. 1240-1268]

[The Chartulary of Cockersand Abbey of the Premonstratensian Order, transcribed by William Farrer, Volume II, Part I [15] p. 464]

 


Grant in frankalmoign from Stephen son of Roger le Boteler of Warton [to the canons of Cockersand] of the homage and service of Richard Banastre from two oxgangs of land which he held of the grantor in Bretherton with the yearly fee farm rent of twelve pence which he used to render for the same [S.D. 1195-1217]

[The Chartulary of Cockersand Abbey of the Premonstratensian Order, transcribed by William Farrer, Volume II, Part I [8] p. 474]

 




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