Ralph Dacre, 1st Baron Dacre
Dacre was the son of Sir William Dacre of Cumberland.
He married Margaret de Multon, Baroness Multon of Gilsland. Dacre carried of his bride to be, a ward of Edward III, from Warwick Castle where she was in the care of Thomas de Beauchamp; the official record states:
Ranulph de Dacre pardoned for stealing away in the night, out of the King's custodie, from his Castell of Warwick, of Margaret, daughter and heir of Thomas Multon of Gillsland, who held of the King in capite and was within age, whereof the said Ranulph standeth indighted in curia Regis.
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