Sir Ralph de Brereton Lord of Brereton
- Born: Cir 1200, Brereton, Cheshire, England 696
- Marriage: Unknown
~Ormerod's History of Chester, p.88, children shown are Sir William de Brerton, Gilbert, 2nd son and Isolda, wife of Gilbert de Stoke, to whom her father gave lands in Brindley, in free marriage. 713
~The History of the Princes, the Lord Marcher, and the Ancient Nobility of Powys Fadog, p. 92, "Brereton of Borasham" Pedigree shows Cicilie, daughter of Sir George St. George, Knight, is shown as the wife of Sir William de Brereton, Knight and Lord of Brereton. 945
Noted events in his life were:
• Dates & Events. 696
In 1216, Sir Ralph de Brereton, son of William, granted land to "Brereton" church, as shown by parish records still in existence (as of 1919).
About 1232, Sir Ralph Brereton received payment of "half a salt works" for some public services done in Cheshire.
~Brereton, a Family History, p. 9