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Gerald de Camville
Gervais de Rethel
Elizabeth of Namur
Richard de Camville Lord of Stanton
(Abt 1135-1176)
Milicent de Rethel
Richard de Camville


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Richard de Camville

  • Marriage: Unknown
  • Died: 1191, Acre, Palestine 1189

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• Web Reference: Richard de Camville.

• Background Information. 1189
Before 1130 Henry I gave 'Stanton Harcourt: Manor to his second wife Queen Adela, who alienated it piecemeal, mostly after 1135. Before 1141 Adela gave to her kinswoman Millicent, wife of Robert Marmion, land in Stanton Harcourt and South Leigh worth £40, four fifths of the value in 1086. When Robert died c. 1144 the estate, later called 'Stanton Harcourt: Manor, passed to Millicent's second husband Richard de Camville, on whose death in 1176 it was seized by Henry II. It was held in custody by Richard Rufus until 1190, when Richard I restored it to Richard de Camville's son Richard, who died on crusade in 1191; it then passed to Robert de Harcourt of Bosworth (Leics.), who had married the elder Richard de Camville's daughter Isabel. Thereafter, apart from a brief period in the early 17th century, Stanton Harcourt descended in the main line of the English Harcourts, who made it their principal seat until the early 18th century.

~A History of the County of Oxford: Volume XII, pp. 274-281

Richard married.

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