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TICKHILL FEUDAL LORDSHIP

[TICK341] Feudal Lord Roger of Tickhill m. ?
. [TICK352] Beatrice de Bully of Tickhill m. [EUEU351] Lord William II of Hastings

[TICK341] Roger de Busli/Builly (born c.1038), was a tenant-in-chief at the Domesday Survey, holding 86 manors (46 in South Yorkshire, with the remainder in Derbys, Lincs, Leics and one in Devon). The one in Devon, at Sampford Peverall, was given to Roger and his wife by the Queen. He was feudal Lord of Tickhill, and died c.1098-1100. He erected castles at Tickhill, Kimberworth, Laughton-en-le-Morthen and Mexborough. Afterwards, Tickhill was gained by Roger de Belleme, from whom it was confiscated in 1102. Later, Roger de Busli's [presumed] brother Ernulf de Busli inherited some of these lands which then passed to his son Jordan de Busli and grandson Richard de Busli. It was this Richard de Busli who, together with Richard FitzTurgis, co-founded Roche Abbey (1147).

 

 

 

Roche Abbey
(14 August 2017)

[TICK352] Beatrice de Busli (daughter, only surviving child, & heiress of Roger) married [EUEU351] Count William II (see HASTINGS (EU) FEUDAL LORDSHIP).