Sir Richard de Kingsley of Kingsley was born circa 1135 in England to Ranulph de Kingsley (c1110-) and died 1224 England of unspecified causes.

"Richard, the son of Ranulph de Kingsley, married Joan, the daughter of Alexander Sylvester, of Storeton, Forrester of Wirral; she died without issue (needs further research) - but by another wife, he had a son, and five daughters, co-heiresses. Viz. Emma, the wife of William Gerrard; Agnes, wife of William Lancelyn; Amicia, wife of Randle le Roter of Thornton; Joan, wife of Henry Done, and Margaret, wife of Richard de Cholmondeley." --The history of the county palatine of Chester by J H. Hanshall

"Richard (Sir), Knt. of Kinglsey, who m. Joan, dau. and heiress of Alexander de Sylvester, Lord of Stourton, and forrester of Wirrall, co. Chester, and d. before 29 Hen. III. having had issue," --Index to Burke's dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland by Sir Bernard Burke


Offspring of Sir Richard de Kingsley of Kingsley and Joan de Sylvester (c1140-1220)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Ranulph de Kinglsey (c1165-bef1224)
Emma de Kingsley (c1168-) 1168 England William Gerrard
Agnes de Kingsley (c1170-) 1170 England William Lancelyn
Amicia de Kingsley (c1172-) 1172 England Ranulph de Thornton (-1182)
Joan de Kingsley (c1174-) 1174 England Henry Done
Margaret de Kingsley (c1176-) 1176 England Richard de Cholmondeley


#g1: Offspring of Ranulph de Kingsley (c1110-) and Leuca Unknown
Name Birth Death Joined with
Richard de Kingsley (c1135-1224) 1135 England 1224 England Joan de Sylvester (c1140-1220)
Ranulph de Kinglsey (c1140-)


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