Gilbert de Culcheth
(-After 1212)
Henry de Culcheth
(-After 1200)

 

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Henry de Culcheth

  • Born: Culcheth, Warrington, Cheshire, England
  • Marriage: Unknown
  • Died: After 1200, Lancashire, England

bullet   Another name for Henry was Hugh de Culcheth.826

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information. 826
In 1212 Hugh son of Gilbert held the manor of Culchet, by knight's service, of William le Boteler, as four plough-lands paying 4 marks a year. A certain Reynold had held it of Pain de Vilers, and as nothing is said as to the origin of his tenure, he may have been in possession when the Warrington fee was granted to Pain.

Gilbert de Culcheth, probably a son or grandson of Hugh son of Gilbert, held the manor in 1242.

~A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4, pp. 156-166

• Background Information. 1039
From "Culcheth of Culcheth, County Lancaster," by J. Paul Rylands: Henry de Culchit with Alan de Rixton and Simon de Bedford gave pledges to stand their trial for the murder of G. de Spondum, A.D. 1200 [Rot de Oblatis 98] Henry's son was Gilbert de Culchit, of Lancaster, Military Tenant of Sir Wm. Botiller, Baron of Warrington was was dead in 1275.

~The Risley Family History, p. 18


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