Richard de Busli
- Marriage: Emma 726
- Died: After 30 Jul 1147, Maltby, Derbyshire, England
Turton's The Plantagenęt Ancestry, p. 142 450
Noted events in his life were:
• Web Reference: The foundation charters of Roche .
Richard de Busli's charter 30 July 1147
Let it be it known to all who see or hear these letters that I, Richard de Busli, with the consent of my wife and heirs, have given to God and St Mary, and to the monks of the Rock (Roche), for the salvation of my soul, and the souls of all my ancestors, the whole wood from the middle of the road of Eilrichthorpe to Lowthwaite, and as far as the water which is the boundary between Maltby and Hooten, and the two assarts which belonged to Gamul, with a great culture that is there adjacent and common pasture for 100 sheep, in number six score (120) in the soke of Maltby, on this condition: that they build their abbey on whichever side of the water they please, Richard de Busli and Richard FitzTurgis agreeing between themselves that both should be considered the founders of the abbey, on whoever's property the abbey may be built, in perpetual alms, free and quiet from all secular service or gift.
Before these witnesses: Adam of Newmarch, Hugh of Stainton, Odo FitzJohn, William FitzRaven, Jordan Painel, Gamel FitzBesing, Hugh of Langthwaite, Robert of Scalesby, Richard Barbot, Gervase of Barneby, Swein, son of Tor and his son, Jordan.
• Pedigree. 1006
Pedigree of de Busli, taken from Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire, Vol. I, pp. 3-4
Eraldus de Busli had a brother named Roger & a sister named Beatrix
Jordan de Busli
John de Busli
Idonea de Busli married Robert de Vipont, died 12 Hen. II
John de Vipont, ob. 25 Hen. III married Isabel, sister and co-heir of Richard FitzJohn
Isabel de Vipoint, elder of two daghter and co-heirs, married 52 Hen. III to Roger son and heir of Roger lord Clifford, who had in her right large possessions in the wapentake of Stafford and Tickhill. She had a younger sister, Idonea de Vipont who married 1st, Roger de Leyburne, and 2nd John de Crumbewell, who had in her right the manor of Kimberworth.
• Background Information. 726
Jordon de Busli, was living 2 Henry II and 1 Sephen; sued Ranulph de Bayeaus for the inheritance of Alan de Lincoln; disseised Alured de Lincoln of his land at Cern and had a son,
Richard de Busli, who was the founder of Roche Abbey, Yorkshire, 1147; 11 Henry II paid his relief; by his wife Emma, he had a son,
John de Rusli He had as daughter and heiress
Idonea de Busli, who died 19 Henry III; married Robert de Vipount, who died 12 Henry III.
~Fenwich allied Ancestry, p. 173, Pedigree 150
Richard married Emma. 726