Name: Richard Willoughby
Burial: St. Nicholas, Willoughby, Notts
Residence: Wollaton, Nottinghamshire
Occupation: Chief Justice of King's Bench 1338 - 1340
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Change Date: 9 AUG 2007
Appointed Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas in Ireland by Edward II.
M.P. for Nottinghamshire, 1323.
Judge of the Court of the King's Bench in England, 6 Mar 1328.
Chief Justice of the Court of the King's Bench, 1338 (dismissed 1340).
See: The Careers of Sir Richard II de Willoughby and Sir Richard III de Willoughby, Chief Justice of King's Bench (1338-1340) and the rise of the Willoughbys of Nottinghamshire Michael R. Bloom - Exeter College Oxford - Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - Trinity 1985 University of Oxford 1985.
Owned Beddington, Surrey, which passed via his daughter to the Carew family.
Payling gives additional children to Richard and Joan:
Roger (a cleric), d. s. p.
Mary, married Thomas Mallory
From the Corbetts Beddington descended, by purchase, to the Morleys, Braytons, and Willoughbys; these alienations having been made without the king's consent, he seized the manor into his own hands, but regranted it to Richard Willoughby and his wife, upon their paying a fine of one hundred shillings. Richard Willoughby left a daughter and heir, Lucy.
Father: Richard Willoughby b: ABT 1295
- Isabel Willoughby
- Lucy Willoughby
- Edmund Willoughby b: ABT 1370
Elizabeth Joan Valletort
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Author: Jorge H. Castelli
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Periodical: The Environs of London
Author: Daniel Lysons