Name: Richard King 1
Residence: King's Cross, nr Halifax, & Manningham, Bradford
LVG: tmp Hen VIII
Occupation: Cloth Merchant
Change Date: 16 NOV 2011
There is a place called Manningham in Bradford, West Yorkshire.
?Anne, da. and co-heiress of Richard King, of Bradford, Occupier, (i, e. cloth merchant) about the 31st year of Henry the VIII. She was buried at Gisburn, ...?
(Continuation and Additions to the History of Bradford, and Its Parish, by John James - Bradford (England) - 1866 - Page xiv)
?The arbitrators directed that Thomas should convey to John "all the lands in Manningham, lately belonging to Richard King, of Bradford," John paying to ...?
His grandson John Lister ?enjoyed his mother's estate, and was ancestor of the Listers of Manningham?.
Camden has fixed the introduction of the trade at Halifax to the end of the reign of Henry III. or beginning of Edward VI. but he depended entirely on information, and there is proof enough that his intelligence was not correct. Amongst the rest, one Richard King, who lived in this parish in the time of king Henry VIII. in a covenant of marriage, wrote himself occupier, meaning a buyer and seller of cloth. In the reign of Philip and Mary...
We find that Roger de Manningham held land at Manningham; and in 1347 Thomas de Manningham,* who no doubt was a descendant of John de Haworth.
These came into the possession* of Richard King, of Bradford, in the reign of Henry VIII, and by marriage with his daughter Anne, to the Listers, of Manningham.
(Continuation & additions to the history of Bradford and its parish?. by John James. 1973. Page 303.)
(*No suggestion of how they came into his possession.)
- Anne King
- Type: Web Site
Title: Stirnet Genealogy
Author: Patrick Barns-Graham
- Type: Book
Periodical: A Concise History of the Parish and Vicarage of Halifax, in the County of York
Author: John Crabtree