Section AJQ: Descendants of Hugh de Runchamp, Lord of Lostock

David Thaler
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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.1.0 on 29 June 2017
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Generation One

1. HUGH1 DE RUNCHAMP, LORD OF LOSTOCK has an unknown birthdate. [2]
Child:
+2i.RICARDUS2 DE RUNCHAMP, b. about 1200/1.


Generation Two

2. RICARDUS2 DE RUNCHAMP (Hugh1), son of (1) Hugh1, Lord of Lostock, was born between 1063/4 and 1320, and died between 1123/4 and 1430. [2]
Child:
+3i.GRALAMUS3 DE RUNCHAMP, b. about 1250; d. after 1234[2].


Generation Three

3. GRALAMUS3 DE RUNCHAMP (Ricardus2, Hugh1), son of (2) Ricardus2 DE RUNCHAMP, was born between 1123 and 1334, and died between 1234 and 1444[2]. [2]
In his memory the town was called Lostock-Gralam for distinction. He gave the town of Lees unto Lidulf of Twamlow, about the reign of King John. This Gralam also sold Houlme juxta Nether Pever to Richard son of Randle Grosvenour, 1234.[2]
Child:
+4i.GRALAM4 DE LOSTOCK, b. about 1250/1; m. LETITIA _____.


Generation Four

4. GRALAM4 DE LOSTOCK (Gralamus de RUNCHAMP3, Ricardus2, Hugh1), son of (3) Gralamus3 DE RUNCHAMP, was born between 1137/8 and 1335, and died between 1151/2 and 1444. He married LETITIA _____. [2]
Children:
5i.GALFRIDUS5 DE LOSTOCK.
6ii.ROBERT DE LOSTOCK.
+7iii.RICHARD DE LOSTOCK, m. EMME DE MERTON.


Generation Five

7. RICHARD5 DE LOSTOCK (Gralam4, Gralamus de RUNCHAMP3, Ricardus2, Hugh1), son of (4) Gralam4 and Letitia (_____) DE LOSTOCK, has an unknown birthdate. He married EMME DE MERTON. [2]
Children:
+8i.JOAN6 LOSTOCK, b. about 1260; m. in 1277[2] (AOT-4) WILLIAM DE TOFT, d. before 1316[2], son of (AOT-2) Roger DE TOFT.
9ii.THOMAS LOSTOCK.
10iii.RICHARD LOSTOCK, b. about 1250/1; m. AGNES WILBURHAM, d. after 1319[2].


Generation Six

8. JOAN6 LOSTOCK (Richard5, Gralam4, Gralamus de RUNCHAMP3, Ricardus2, Hugh1), daughter of (7) Richard5 and Emme (de MERTON) DE LOSTOCK, was born between 1166 and 1263, and died between 1277 and 1373. She married in 1277[2], (AOT-4) WILLIAM DE TOFT, son of (AOT-2) Roger DE TOFT, who died before 1316[2]. [1]
Children: See (AOT-4) William de TOFT



1. George Ormerod, The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester (London: Lackington, Hughes, Harding, Mavor, and Jones, 1819), 384, 494; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
2. Ibid., 494.