Tuger the Elder
Son of Tuger the Elder de Bold
Richard de Bold


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Richard de Bold

  • Marriage: Waltania 764,920
  • Died: Early in 1211, Bold, Lancashire, England

bullet  General Notes:

~Lancashire Inquests, Extents, Vol. I, p. 128 764

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information. 764,920
The earliest records of the manor of Bold is found in a 1212 survey [Lancs. Inq. and Extents, 18]. The manor was assessed as four ploughlands and held the tegnage by a rent of 21s. 4d. yearsly by Adam son of Richard, and that Adam's great-grandfather, Tuger the Elder had formerly held it. Tuger the Elder ganted La Quick out of his demesne [ibid. loc. dit.]. Tuger was most likely living during the reign of King Stephen.

Richard de Bold paid half a mark to the scutage of 1201 [Farrer, Lancs. Pipe R. 153]. Richard died before 1211, when his son and heir, proffered 100s. for livery of four plough-lands in Bold. Richard was married to Wltania, who was the king's gift as a wife to Waldern de Reynaham. Richard's son and heir was Adam, who died in or before 1222, and Matthew, his brother, succeeded him to the family manor.

~A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 3, pp. 402-409

Richard married Waltania.920 ,764

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