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About Elyas de Richmond, the Younger
From the Early Richmonds page:
His Father's Generation: 9
Elyas de Richmond - The Harleian Society manuscripts, plus Herald's College records place him living during the time of Edward III (1327-1377).
His Generation: 10
Elyas de Richmond - He was living during the time of Edward III and Richard II (1327-1399) according to Thackeray genealogy. His brother Richard married Elizabeth, daughter to Lord Burgh, and received Burgh Manor near Catterick and Richmond in Yorkshire in 1350.
His Children's Generation: 11
Thomas de Richmond - He was living in the time of Richard II, Henry IV and Henry V. He was probably born in the 1350's and died about 1420.
From another source:
In England - Elyas de Richmond was living during the time of Edward III and Richard II, 1327-1399. Richard de Richmond (brother of Elyas de Richmond). Upon Richard and Elizabeth, his wife, William de Burgh entailed the manor of Burgh, near Catterick, County York, in the 23 year of the reign of Edward III (1350). Richard and Elizabeth de Richmond have free warren in Burgh, in the 34 year of the reign of Edward III, 1360. Elizabeth, daugther of William de Burgh, Lord of Burgh.
From "The Richmond Family 1594-1896 and Pre-American Ancestors 1040-1594" by Joshua Bailey Richmond (member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society):
9. ELYAS DE RICHMOND was living during the time of Edward Ill, 1327-1377.
10. ELYAS DE RICHMOND was living during the time of Edward III and Richard II, 1327-1399 (note: this is the period of their reigns; Edward III 1327-1377, Richard II 1377-1399).
11. THOMAS DE RICHMOND was living in the time of Richard II, Henry IV and Henry V. (See Inquisition post mortem, etc.).
1. Thackeray's Genealogy.
2. Harleian manuscripts, 6831, pg. 130. Glover’s Collections, folio 175, Herald’s College
Ben M. Angel notes: The actual date of birth is unknown. Placement of the date of 1356 apparently comes from assigning a year halfway between the start of Edward III's rule (assigned as the period during which his father was alive), and the estimated date of birth for his son, Thomas. Although estimation software (as transmitted by numerous GEDCOM files) places his date of death as 1411, it's probably better to respect the sources that place his date of death during the reign of Richard II.