Richard de Andeville
- Marriage: Unknown
- Died: After 1243, Cambridge, England
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 1223
The Andevilles held a mesne lordship: in 1086 Humphrey (probably de Andeville) was holding the manor [V.C.H. Cambs. i. 384], and Richard de Andeville, who was holding land in Cambridgeshire c. 1236 [Feud. Aids, i. 608], held land in Wimpole in 1242-3 [Feud. Aids, ii. 925]. By 1279 the heirs of Alexander de Andeville were mesne lords in Wimpole [Rot. Hund. (Rec. Com.), ii. 566].
'Parishes: Wimpole', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 5, ed., pp. 263-272.
• Background Information. 1344
Clopton Bury manors also called Wakefield. 1480 and in 1530 [Cal. Close, 1476\endash 85, 263\endash 4], was held in demesne by 1166 by Thomas de Andeville [Red Bk. Exch. i. 355] whose son Hamelin (fl. 1198\endash 1217) [Feet of Fines, 9 Ric. I (Pipe R. Soc. xxiii), pp. 115\endash 16; Cur. Reg. R. vii. 138; Rot. Litt. Claus. (Rec. Com.), i. 329] was succeeded by Richard de Andeville, lord circa 1235 and in 1242 [Liber de Bernewelle, 246; Bk. of Fees, ii. 924]. The next lord Alexander de Andeville died between 1271 and 1274 [Rot. Hund. (Rec. Com.), i. 51]. His widow Beatrice held Clopton in dower in 1279. By 1283 their daughter Beatrice had married Robert Hoo, who was granted free warren there in 1292 [Cal. Chart. R. 1257\endash 1300, 421].
'Parishes: Croydon cum Clopton', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 8, pp. 30-42