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Richard Talbot
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Birth: 1302
Axminster
Devon, England
Death: Oct. 23, 1356
Goodrich
Herefordshire, England

Lord Talbot, 2nd Baron Talbot

Son of Sir Gilbert Talbot, 1st Lord Talbot and Anne le Boteler, grandson of Richard IV and Sarah de Beauchamp, Sir William le Boteler of Wem and Angharad verch Griffith.
Brother of Philippa de Clanvowe and Joan Talbot, wife of John de Carew and nephew of Richard Talbot.

Husband of Elizabeth Talbot, the daughter of John The Red Comyn, Lord of Badenoch and Joan Comyn. They had the following children:
* Catherine, Lady of Eccleswall who married Roger Chandras and Sir John Talbot of Richard's Castle
* Gilbert Talbot, 3rd Lord of Talbot
* Thomas Talbot
* Jane Talbot, wife of Nicholas Poynings
* Sir Richard Talbot, of Wyke

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He and his father were taken prisoner at the battle of Boroughbridge, Yorkshire, on March 16, 1321/22, where they were in arms against the King. He was summoned to Parliament from January 27, 1331/32, by writs directed Ricardo Talbot, whereby his is held to have become lord Talbot. Claiming large possessions in Scotland by right of his wife, he joined Edward Baliol in his invasion of Scotland in August, 1332, contrary to the King's orders, and was present at the defeat of the Scots by the "disinherited lords" at Dupplin Moor, Perthshire, Scotland, on August 12, 1332. He sat as "Dominus de Mar" in the Parliament held by Baliol at Edinburgh, Scotland, on February 10, 1333/34. In September, 1334, he was taken by the Scots near Linlithgow, Scotland, and imprisoned at Dumbarton, Scotland, but after leaving hostages for his ransom of 2000 pounds he was brought south under safe conduct from Edward III, dated April 2, 1335. He was keeper of the town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberlandshire, and justiciar of the lands in Scotland occupied by the King of England on December 21, 1337. In 1341 he was chief justice in Gloucestershire and Worcestershire. In May, 1345, he was steward of the King's household. Though wounded early in the campaign near the Seine, he was with the King at Crecy, France, on August 26, 1346. 
 
Burial:
Flanesford Oriory
Goodrich
Herefordshire Unitary Authority
Herefordshire, England
 
Maintained by: Anne Shurtleff Stevens
Originally Created by: Jerry Ferren
Record added: May 05, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52008962
 


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