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William de Lucy
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William Fitz Duncan
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Alice de Rumilly
(-1187)
Reginald de Lucy
(Abt 1144-Abt 1198)
Amabel Fitz William
(-Bef 1201)

Richard de Lucy Lord of Egremont and Copeland in Cumberland, Engla
(Abt 1173-1213)

 

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Ada de Morville

Richard de Lucy Lord of Egremont and Copeland in Cumberland, Engla

  • Born: Abt 1173
  • Marriage: Ada de Morville in 1200 in Cumberland, England 160
  • Died: 1213, Cumberland, England about age 40

bullet  General Notes:


~Weis' Ancestral Roots . . ., 8th edition, 40:26, lord of Egremont & Copeland, Cumberland. 160

bullet  Information about this person:

• Information. 881
Richard de Lucy, of Egremont, had livery of Copeland in A.D. 1200, as appears by the following entry in the Fine Roll of 1 John, m 9:

"Ricahrd de Luci, son of Reginald de Luci . . ."

~Transactions of the Cumberland, pg. 329

• Background Information. 814
Richard de Lucie, son and heir of Reginald de Lucie, lord of Egremont, Cumberland, left two daughters and coheirs. Annabel married Lambert de Multon, and her sister Alice wedded Alan de Multon, by whom she had Thomas de Multon, her son and heir.

~Baronia Anglica Concentrata, Vol. I, p. 298

• Web Reference: Lucy .
Richard de Lucy, the son of Reginald and Annabelle, was born in 1179, and in 1180. the building of the tower and much of the surrounding wall of Egremont Castle commenced. It must have been completed by 1200 because Richard decreed in that year; "those who held burage tenure in Egremont should find armed men for the defence of the fortress, hold watch and ward and be bound to and in his redemption in case of capture"

Richard de Lucy died in 1215, and Thomas de Multon paid a thousand marks to the king for the wardship of the deceased baron's two daughters, Annabell and Alice, and married them off to his sons.

Lambert de Moulton, son of Thomas de Moulton, married Annabel and she took his name. Alice married Alan de Moulton, but he adopted his wife's name, took that part of her aunt's estate (Alice de Romelli , wife of William Fitz Duncan) which came to the family upon her death without children, and established himself at Cockermouth Castle.


Richard married Ada de Morville, daughter of Hugh de Morville Forester of Cumberland and Helwise de Stuteville, in 1200 in Cumberland, England.160 (Ada de Morville died after 1230 in England 160.)


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