Name: Richard de Lucy
Birth: ABT 1089 in Luce, Near Maine, Normandy, France
Death: 14 JUL 1179 in Chipping Ongar, Essex
Burial: Lesnes Abbey, Erith, Kent, England
Residence: Dunmow, Essex, England
Occupation: Justiciar of England
Change Date: 29 DEC 2005
Chief Justiciar of England.
Lieutenant of England - ruled in Henry II?s absence.
Sheriff of Essex.
The lordship of Ongar hundred was given by Henry II to Richard de Lucy. (Footnote 17) It descended along with the manor of Chipping Ongar (q.v.) to the Rivers family and subsequently to the Staffords, earls of Stafford.
Father: Adrian de Lucy b: ABT 1064 in Luce, Near Maine, Normandy, France
Mother: Aveline Goth
- Maud de Lucy b: in Diss, Norfolk
- Alice de Lucy
- Geoffrey de Lucy b: ABT 1120 in Luce, Near Maine, Normandy, France
- William de Lucy b: ABT 1117
- Aveline de Lucy
- Type: Book
Periodical: Victoria County History of Essex