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Bef. 1306, Henry of Rishworth died; his 3 daughters each coheirs of 1/3rd of the manor Rishworth.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.
1319, Fine between John de Sayville and Margery his wife, plaintiffs, and Jordan son of Jordan de Insula and Isabel his wife, deforciants, of 27s. rent in Barkesland, Bothamley and Northland, and of 1/3 of the manor of Rissheworth, which Alice, widow of Henry de Rissheworth, holds for life of the inheritance of Isabel. … Alice was present and did fealty to John and Margery. (S) Feet of Fines.
1344-45., Hugh de Coppelay claimed as his right 15s. rent in Barkesland against William de Langfeld, and 15s. rent there against John Sayvel and Margery his wife, and 15s. rent there against Alice de Rishworth.
Alicia held 1/16th of the waste of Rishworth for life.
(S) A Concise History of the Parish and Vicarage of Halifax, 1836, P486.
· 1306, Hugh son of John de Eland released to Thomas de Langfield and Ellen his wife, Jordan de Insula and Isabel his wife, and John de Sayvile and Margery his wife, daughters and heirs of Henry de Rishworth, the rent of 10 marks for the moiety of the vill of Barkesland. (S) Dodsworth's Yorkshire Notes.
Children of Henry and Alicia:
i. Ellen Rishworth, born ? in England.
Ellen married Thomas de Langfield.
By 1322, Ellen died.
ii. Isabel Rishworth, born ? in England.
Isabel married John de Insula.
iii. Margery de Rishworth (5908481), born ~1295