Richard LE_EYRE (of Bisley)

Father: 13th_Century EYRES

Family 1:
  1. Hugh LE_EYER

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Notes

!SOURCE: THE VICTORIAN HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND, Vol. 11, University of London Institute of Historical Research, ND, p. 12. Richard of Bisley was in possession of a share in the advowson of Bisley Church and evidently also a part of the manor by 1274. By 1316 his part of the manor had passed to his son: Hugh le Eyer who was probably the Hugh of Bisley who held the estate in 1346 and 1351. (Bisley is a town....you all know the story of the Bisley Boy, do you not?) By 1274 the manor of Bisley was divided by 3: 1/2 to Peter Corbet, 1/4 by Tibbald de Verdun (or Botiler), and 1/4th by Richard le Eyr, or Richard (of) Bisley. (Notes by Barbarann Ayars, samayars@@ohio.net).


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