Ranulf de Greystoke Lord of Greystoke 1
- Marriage (1): Amabel
- Died: Abt 1190, Greystoke, Penrith, Cumberland, England
Another name for Ranulf was Ranulph Fitz Walter Lord of Greystoke.
From http://cybergata.com/roots/2228.htm :
Ranulf, son of Walter, was assed to a 'donum' in the Pipe Roll of Northumberland for the family barony in Cumberland. In the 'barons' certificates' of 1166, it is declared that Ranulf's ancestors held their fees from Henry I, and that Ranulf himself held 3 1/3 kinights' fees, of which Ernald de Mondevill did the service of one knight [Liber Rubeus, i. 434; Liber Niger, i. 326]. Ranulf, son of Walter, gave a carucate of land in Stinton to the priory of Carlisle [Monasticon, vi. 144] and lands in Yorkshire to the abbey of Rievaulx. According to Dodsworth, the name of Ranulf's wife was Amabel [Chartulary of Rievaulx, p. 49, ed. Atkinsons]. This agrees with the abstracts of St. George's MS., where it is stated that Ranulf, son of Walter received Conniscliffe in dowry with Amabel, and that he gave Mikelton in free marriage with Alice his daughter [Memorials of the Howards, app. v.E]
~The Ancestor, Vol. VI, p. 125
Ranulf married Amabel.