1260, Isabella born in England, heir & d/o 47281754. William Patrick & 47281755. Beatrice de Malpas.
1265, Richard born in England, heir & s/o 47281752. Robert de Sutton & 47281753. Joan ?.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1273, Richard heir to his father of Worsop and Sutton upon Trent, com. Notts, of Aston and Byfield, com. North. And of Theydon Mount, com. Essex, leaving by his wife Joan his son and heir, then of the age of 8 years.
1274, at the IPM of Richard’s father he was age 8. (S) Hist. of Nottinghamshire, V3, 1796, Sutton upon Trent.
Isabella 1st married Philip Burnell. [No children.]
1282, Philip died.
11/15/1282, Commitment during pleasure to Robert de Cestre, chaplain, of the keeping of the lands late of Philip Burnel, deceased. (S) CFRs.
[––Richard & Isabella––]
1283, Richard married Isabella.
2/4/1284, Order to deliver to Richard de Sutton and Isabella, his wife, late the wife of Philip Burnel, tenant in chief, the manor of Kegeworth, which was taken into the king’s hands by reason of Isabella’s trespass in marrying Richard without the king’s licence, … at the instance of O. bishop of Lincoln [Oliver Sutton – related to Richard] … (S) CCRs.
3/13/1289, IPM of Robert de Marcham alias Markham. … Nottingham. Allerton. A watermill, … held by the said Robert and Richard de Sutton his coparcener, … (S) CIsPM.
6/10/1290, IPM of Beatrice, late the wife of Roderick son of Griffin. … [Chester] … Malpas … She held the aforesaid lands by service of 1.5 knights’ fee … Isabel, the wife of Richard de Sutton, age 30, is her next heir. (S) CIsPM.
6/21/1290, Order to Reynold de Grey, justice of Chester, to deliver to Richard de Sutton and Isabel his wife, daughter and heir of Beatrice late the wife of Rotheric son of Griffin, tenant in chief, the lands late of her said mother, Richard having done fealty. (S) CFRs.
3/26/1292, Partition between … Cecily and Agnes, daughters and heirs of Robert de Markham, sometime kinsman and one of the heirs of Henry de Lexinton, of the manor of Tukesford, which Margery, late the wife of John de Lexinton, held in dower … Margery's death … at the suit of Richard de Sutton, kinsman and one of the heirs of the said Henry, seeking his part as well of the said manor as of the manor of Warshop which also the said Margery held in dower … [the heiresses] shewed a fine between William son of Roland de Sutton, grandfather of the said Richard de Sutton, and Richard de Markham, uncle of Cecily and Agnes … Richard de Markham remitted to the said William son of Roland and his heirs all his right in the said manor of Warshop … the king has rendered to the said Richard de Sutton the said manor of Warshop with the said advowson, knights' fees and other appurtenances and all the said land in Marnham, Strachawe and Skegehawe together with the pourparty of the said John de Lungevilers of that land and with the said £10 yearly, for the part falling to him in the manor of Tukesford. (S) CFRs.
1294, The Freeholders of Richard de Sutton in Sutton-Bonington, Kynston, and Normanton paid 20s towards the Aid, to make the King’s son a knight. (S) History of Nottingham, V1, Thoroton, 1797, P16.
1295, Richard served in Gascony under Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln.
8/20/1295, Licence for Richard de Sutton to grant for life to Hugh de Swylington land to the yearly value of 20 marks in his manor of Warsop, held by him in chief. (S) CPRs.
8/23/1297, King Edward left England with 500 ships to attack France and assert his rights. Because of the refusal of many barons, Edward only had a small contingent of knights. The army sailed for Flanders to seek additional support.
1300, Urian St. Pierre [Urian’s mother Idonea the sister of Beatrice of Malpas] held of Richard de Sutton in free soccage, 2 burgages in Malpas, and 2 saltpits in Fulwich, by service of 20d yearly. (S) Archaelolgia Cambrensis, 1876, P92.
5/18/1304, Grant by Henry de Lasci, earl of Lincoln and constable of Chester … Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Rooss, Sir Richard de Sutton, Sir Giles de Trompeton, and Sir Miles de Stapelton, knights … (S) UKNA.
6/4/1307 in London, Enrolment of indentured deed of Agnes, late the wife of Roger de Somery, witnessing that whereas Sir Richard de Sutton has acknowledged in chancer that he is bound to her in £5,000 to be paid … (S) CCRs.
1307, Richard settled the manor and advowson of Worksop, held in capite of the king, on his son John and his wife Margaret. (S) UKNA.
6/10/1307 at Chester, Writ of Beatrice (47281755), late the wife of Roderick son of Griffin, … [in 1290] Beatrice held in Cheshire: the castle of Shokelach, with 2 carucates of land, a moiety of meadow and woods, 2 watermills, and a ferry called Tholyhate; in Tilston the land called Yhevill and a fourth part of the advowson of the church; the manors of Dokynton, Bradeleg, Yeiton; a fourth part of the manor of Malpas, with a moiety of the serjeanty and a fourth part of the advowson of the church; other properties in Barton, Chirton, Rughe Cristilton, Hom Cristilton, Borwardesleg, Yeiton, Walefeld, Oldecastell, and Wevercote; a serjeanty of keeping the peace in those parts. (S) The Malpas Family in Cheshire.
1307, Deed of exchange. Sir Richard de Sutton, Kt., to John de Larketon, of a messuage, 1 bovate and 10 acres of land in the township of Malo Passu and 1 acre of land in Egge in exchange for all his lands, tenements and lordship in Bradelegh. Witnesses: Sir Urian de Sancto Petro, Sir John de Arden … (S) UKNA.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.
2/17/1308, Mandate to John son of Adam de Novo Mercato to render homage and fealty to Henry de Bello Monte, … co. Lincoln, … the like to Alice, late the wife of William le Latymer, … Richard de Sutton, Nicholas de Segrave and the abbot of Rughford. (S) CPRs.
3/16/1308, Richard de Sutton, knight, releases to the dean and chapter of Lincoln … out of regard to Oliver (Sutton) late Bishop of Lincoln … of whose consanguinity he is, and to Oliver de Sutton, uncle of the said Richard, and Mr John de Sutton, brother of the said Richard, both cannons of Lincoln. Withess: John de Sutton, the donor’s son and heir. (S) The Register, or Rolls, of Walter Gray, Lord Archbishop of York, 1872, P96.
5/4/1308, Licence, upon fine, for Richard de Sutton to grant, in fee, to his son John de Sutton and Margaret his wife, the manor of Theydon, co. Essex, with the advowson … and the manor of Warsop, co. Nottingham, with the advowson, … (S) CPRs.
1310, Richard taxed 2s 1.5d for land in villata de Byffeld, Northamptonshire.
1/1/1317 at London, To all who may see or hear this present Richard de Sutton Kt. greeting in God everlasting. Know that I have handed over, demised and by this present writing grants to my brother Robert de Sutton, my manor of Yeiton in the County of Chester for the whole of my life with all the appurtenances. Witnesses: the Lord Geoffry de la Mare … (S) UKNA.
12/10/1318, Grant to John atte Water … 12a. of waste lying between the road by the land of Richard de Sutton at the entry of Warsop … (S) CFRs.
1318-19, Richard died.
(S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, Salt, P50. (S) Memoris Illustrative of the Hist. & Antiq’s, Vs1-2, 1847, P163. (S) The Hist. of the Co. Palatine of Chester, Hanshall, 1823, P325.
Child of Richard and Isabella:
i. John de Sutton (11820438), born ~1285 in England.
ii. Agnes de Sutton, born ? in England.
11/19/1332, William by the grace of God archbishop of York, … to our beloved in Christ Sir Geoffrey Luterell, knight, and to Agnes, daughter of the late Sir Richard de Sutton, knight, greeting, grace and benediction. … the aforesaid Agnes being entirely ignorant of there being any impediment between them … have since begotten a numerous offspring … related to one another in the third and 4th degree … they may lawfully remain in the said matrimony, by our authority …