Richard Erneys
(-After 1280)

 

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Richard Erneys

  • Marriage: Unknown
  • Died: After 1280, Cheshire of Lancashire, England 729

bullet  General Notes:


In a grant made to Robert by his father in-law, William de Molyneux of Sefton, Robert is called the son of Richard Erneys.
~A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 3, p. 131-140 920

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 729
Ormerod states that very little is known about the Erneys family. This Richard Erneys occurs in the civic list of Chester. Richard had served as Sheriff of Chester in 1280. His son was Robert Erneys, husband of Joan Molyneux*. Robert's son and successor was another Richard Erneys, and he was also a Sheriff of Chester, this time in 1325 and 1326. Richard, son of Robert, son of the first Richard, also served as Mayor in 1327 and 1328. Richard's son as well as the he grandson of Robert Erneys and Jane Molyneux* was William, who was father of a Roger Erneys.

~Ormerod, " Memoir of the Lancashire House of Le Noreis or Norres, and of it Speke Branch in Particular," Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, ser.1 v.2 1849-1850, p. 155

*After reading parts Ormerod's History of Chester 713, I've notice there are times whenOrmerod will use different names when referring to the same person. I suspect that while he is writing, he is looking through documents that give that person different name. He mentioned in his History of Chester 713, that he found over seventy different spellings for the same name. He is apt to use all these difference spellings and names in his own writing. Nonetheless, his work is amazing.


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