Richard de Hellesby Lord of Hellesby
- Born: Hellesby, Cheshire, England
- Marriage: Alice de Thornton 713
- Died: Abt 1263-1268, Cheshire, England 713
Another name for Richard was Richard de Acton Lord of Hellesby.
Noted events in his life were:
Background Information. 713
Richad de Hellesby, a.k.a. Richard de Acton, lord of Hellesby, and heir to his uncle Adam. He was living in 1261, and died sometimes around 1263-1268. Richard married Alice, sister of Ranulph de Thorneton and daughter of Sir Ranulph. His wife was a widow in 1268. The Children of Richard and Alice were:
Alan de Hellesby, a.k.a. de Acton, lord of Hellesby, Quistie birches and 5th of Hatton, circ. 1268. He dieied betwee 17 and 31 Edward I. His wife was Beatirix, eldest daughter and coheir of Adam de Hatton, lord of Hatton.
Richard de Acton, a.k.a. de Hellesby of Acton, "brother of the lord Alan, son of Richard de Hellesby," living 1268, married a daughter of _____ de Egertoune
Ranulph de Acton, son of Richard de Hellesby, in about 1250, the lord of a third of Acton in Delamere.
Geoffrey de Hellesby, brother of Richard de Hellesby, alive in 3 Henry III and 14 Edward II.
Hawise de Hellesby, wife in 1268 of Hugh de Bostoc, son of Sir William de Bostoke and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of lord Audley of Heleigh.
William de Hellesby, son of Richard, living 2 & 3 Edward II.
~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol II, p. 72
Richard married Alice de Thornton, daughter of Sir Ranulph le Roter knight, Lord of Thornton and Amicia de Kingsley.713 (Alice de Thornton was born in Thornton-le-Moors, Chesire, England and died after 1268 713.)