Sir Roger DE PULESTON, Knt.
(-Abt 1272)
Robert DE HARLEY, Baron
Sir Richard DE HARLEGH, Knt.
(-Abt 1320)


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Sir Richard DE HARLEGH, Knt.

  • Married: Abt 1284, Shropshire, England
  • Died: Abt 1320 1

   Orthographic variation: DE HARLEY.

  Research Notes:

7 Oct 1285, Winchester

Pardon to Richard de Harleye and Burga his wife of the action which the king should have against them for waste of their wood of Kenlegh, as it appears that the said waste was committed during their non-age by Robert Le Strange, who held the manor of Kenlegh with the said wood by the Dictum de Kenilworth of the grant of Henry III.

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw. I, vol. 2, p. 195


6 Aug 1309, Stamford

Licence, upon fine, for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Harleye and Burga his wife to the prioress of the White Ladies of Brewood of a messuage and half a virgate of land in 'la Bolde,' together with the advowson of the church of that place.

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw. II, vol. 1, p. 179


Richard attended Edward I in his wars in Scotland.

Knight of the shire for Shropshire, 26 Edward I (1297/1298).

Sheriff of Shropshire, 30 Edward I (1301/1302).

M.P. for Shropshire in 1305.

Justice of Assize for Shropshire.

He was possessed of Harley, 39 Henry III (1254/1255), and was styled Lord of Harley prior to 9 Edward I (1280/1281). 2

  Marriage Information:

Richard married Burga DE WILLEY, daughter of Andrew DE WILLEY and Burga DE HUGFORD, about 1284 in Shropshire, England. (Burga DE WILLEY died after 1335.)


1 Shropshire Parish Registers, The Register of Willey, p. iv.

2 Shropshire Genealogies, Joseph Morris, (10 volumes), vol. 6 p. 2941.

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