He was the successor to his grandfather. He came of age in 1336.
His name appears in several deeds during the reigns of Henry II and Richard I.
Henry made further additions to the patrimonial estates by the acquisition of lands in Sale from Thomas de Hyde, in Withington from Nigel de Longford, and in Chorlton and Beswick from the Abbot of Cockersand.
- Burke's Peerage
- County Families of Lancashire and Cheshire, by James Croston
- Ancestry.com family trees
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