Sir Richard le Boteler Lord of Warrington
- Born: 1134, Warrington, Lancashire, England
- Marriage: Beatrix de Villiers 730
- Died: 1176, Warrington, Lancashire, England at age 42 730
Another name for Richard was Richard le Pincerna.
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 730
Richard Pincerna called himself "le Butiller" during the reign of Henry II, and held a bovate of land and two tofts in Ribstan near Knaresborough. He married Beatrix, the daughter and heir of Matthew Vilars.
Under a writ from the crown, he was excused, along with nine other knights of the county, who had been present "in arms" for the king, a payment of eight knights' fees. Richard appears to have died in 23 Henry II (1176).
Children of Richard and Beatrix:
• William, who succeeded his father in the estates of the united families of Vilars and Pincerna.
• John, who had an interest in Owthorp as part of the Lancaser fee which the Vilars family held under Pincerna.
• Galfridus, witness to a charter of Roger, constable of Chester.
• Albreda who married, 1st Thurstan Vilars, and second Walter de Stanton
~Annals of the Lords of Warrington, pgs. 32-38
Richard married Beatrix de Villiers, daughter of Matthew de Villiers Lord of Warrington and Unknown.730