Richard Basset (royal justice)

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Richard Basset (died between 1135 and 1144) was an English royal judge and sheriff during the reign of King Henry I of England. His father was also a royal justice. In about 1122 Basset married the eventua…
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    Om Richard Basset (royal justice)

    High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Richard Basset (died between 1135 and 1144) was an English royal judge and sheriff during the reign of King Henry I of England. His father was also a royal justice. In about 1122 Basset married the eventual heiress of another other royal justice; the marriage settlement has survived. In 1129 and 1130 Basset was sheriff of a number of counties together with another nobleman. Basset and his wife founded a monastic house in 1125 from of their lands, which before the donation were equivalent to 15 knight's fees. After Basset's death between 1135 and 1144 his lands were granted to his son.

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    Book On Demand
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    Engelsk
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    9785510138986
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    285

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