Note: RICHARD DE MOLEYNS, son and heir. He was probably the Richard de Moleyns, chivaler, who accompanied William de Moleyns in 1372. He was beyond seas at his father's death, but livery of his lands was granted, 28 March 1381, in his absence. In 1378 he confirmed a feoffment made by his father. He was a commissioner of oyer and terminer in Bucks in 1382, being styled a knight in December of that year. He was captured by the Scots at some time, and had to fell his timber to pay his ransom. The name of his wife is not known. He died 14 December 1384. [Complete Peerage IX:41 Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000 Page: IX:41 ELEANOR DE BEAUMONT (alleged daughter). She married RICHARD DE MOLEYNS, Knt., of Stoke Poges, Ludgershall, etc., co. Buckingham, commissioner of oyer and terminer for Buckinghamshire, son and heir of William de Moleyns, of Stoke Poges, Datchet, etc., co. Buckingham, king's yeoman, Knight of the Shire for Buckinghamshire, by Margery, daughter of Edmund Bacon, Knt.. He was born before 1357 (of age in or before 1378). They had one son, William, Knt., and one daughter, Isabel. He was captured by the Scots at some time, and had to fell his timber to pay his ransom. In 1378 he confirmed a feoffment made by his father. He was beyond seas in 1381 at his father's death, but livery of his lands was granted in his absence. SIR RICHARD DE MOLEYNS died 14 Dec. 1384. Burke Dormant, Abeyant, Forefeited and Extinct Peerages (1883), pg. 370 (wife identified as Eleanor Beaumont). VCH Buckingham 3 (1925): 305-306 (Moleyns arms: Sable a chief argent with three lozenges gules therein). C.P. 9 (1936): 41 (sub Moleyns). Roskell 3 (1992): 753-754 (biog. of Sir William Moleyns). VCH Oxford 13 (1996): 66-67.
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