Documents relating to Richard son of Roger

The following documents mention Richard son of Roger and members of his family

Pipe Roll of 26 Henry II [Michaelmas (Sept) 1179- Mich. 1180]

1176 Richard son of Roger paid 5 marks to obtain from the Curia Regis the privilege of an inquest in respect to the seizure of Kirkby which had been taken into the King's hands because he had married his daughter and heir without the royal licence. As a result of the inquest the Justices fined him 100 pounds. Richard found sureties for the payment and recovered possession, paying during the year a first instalment of 13 pounds 6s 8d


Grant by Richard son of Roger, Thane of Woodplumpton to the monks of Durham of the land of Lytham with the church of that town for the establishment there of a house of their order.

Witnesses: a number of clergy of the diocese of Durham; Robert de Stockport and William de Mullum, who were the husbands of his daughters Matilda and Avice; Robert son of Henry, lord of Lathom; Richard son of Robert, his eldest son and heir; William son of Swain of Carleton and Marton; Adam dean of Kirkham; Richard clerk of Kirk-Poulton, and others. 1-5 Richard I (AD 1189-1194) 

[Charter Roll, No. 130, 9 Edward III, m. 25, No. 65]
[The Lancashire Pipe Rolls and Early Lancashire Charters, W. Farrer, p.347]


© Malcolm Bull 2019
Revised 14:10 /2nd May 2019 / mmr796 / 4620

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