Ranulf d’Engaine


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Ibria de Trevers Heiress of Burgh-by-Sands

Ranulf d’Engaine

  • Marriage: Ibria de Trevers Heiress of Burgh-by-Sands 949

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information: The Aristocracy of Norman England , by Judith A. Green, limited preview.

"Ranulf Engaine, who married Ibria, heiress to the lordships of Burgh by Sands, may have been related to the Engaines of Pytchley, tenants of David's honour of Huntington."

~Judith A. Green, p. 123

• Background Information: England and Her Neighbours, 1066-1453: Essays in Honour of Pierre Chaplais , by Pierre Chaplais, Michael C. E. Jones, Malcolm Graham Allan Vale, limited preview on Google books.

The Lordship of Burgh by sands passed to an heiress married to a man named Ranulf Engaine. Ranulf's parentage has not been identified, hut his son was a benefactor of Dunfermline Abbey, and it seems likely that Ranulf belonged to one of the Engaine families which entered the service of King David (of Scotland). p. 67

• Background Information.
Ranulf Engaine, married the heiress of Robert d'Estrivers, and with her acquired the barony of Burgh in Cumberland, which their grand-daughter brought to her husband de Morevilla.

~Early Scottish Charters, p. 309 949

Ranulf married Ibria de Trevers Heiress of Burgh-by-Sands, daughter of Robert de Trevers Lord of Burgh-by-Sands and Mademoiselle de Meschines.949 (Ibria de Trevers Heiress of Burgh-by-Sands was born in Burgh-By-Sands, Cumberland, England.)

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