7 May 1403 Tourn at Halifax, Ralph de Stansfield was amerced for drawing blood from William Hare (Wakefield Court Rolls).
25 Oct 1403 Feoffment by Robert Mathewson of Illingworth to Richard Henreson of Rawtonstall, piece of land called Faludrode in Wadsworth. Withnesses: Randolph (sic) de Stansfeld, Richard de Wadsworth Thomas del Scha, Henry de Cokcroft and Randolph Draper (West Yorkshire Archive Service SU/B:22).18 Nov 1404 (one week from St Martin, 6 Henry IV) at Westminster.
Parties: Ralph de Stansfeld, querent, and John del Brygg and Joan, his wife, deforciants.
Property: 1 messuage, 16 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 4 acres of wood and a fourth part of 1 messuage, of 20 acres of land and of 4 acres of wood in Waddesworth and Savreby (Sowerby).
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John and Joan have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Ralph. For this: Ralph has granted to John and Joan the tenements and has rendered them to them in the court, to hold to John and Joan, of Ralph and his heirs for the life of Joan, rendering yearly 1 rose at the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, and doing to the chief lords all other services. And after the decease of Joan the tenements shall revert to Ralph and his heirs, quit of the heirs of Joan, to hold of the chief lords for ever (Feet of Fines CP 25/1/279/150 #22).
13 June 1410 at Westminster. Commission to William de Haryngton, 'chivaler', Richard Tempest, 'chivaler', Laurence de Hamerton, Thomas Sayvill, William de Radclif, Ralph de Stansfeld, William Gayrgrave and the sheriff of York to arrest Richard de Tournley, William Skilycorne, Bernard de Syngleton, Richard son of John de Legh and John son of Thomas de Bradley and bring them immediately before the king and council at Westminster (Calendar of Patent Rolls Henry IV Volume 4 p225
15 May 1415 Feoffment by William de Drapowr, chaplain to Thomas his brother. All property of William's in Wadsworth, given to him by John Drapowr, another brother. Witnesses Ralph de Stansfeld, Henry Savell of Copley, Thomas del Schagh, Henry del Brig and Richard de Wadsworth
(West Yorkshire Archive Service SU/B:25).
5 Oct 1416 Tourn at Halifax. The panel present Ralph Stansfeld, John Stansfeld, John son of Ralph Stansfeld and R—(torn) Stansfeld, for making, at Halifax, on 27th August 1416 (4th Henry V) an assault upon Richard
Horrneclif and Thomas Horrneclif, shooting at them and drawing blood from the same Richard, and making a great affray. They are ordered to be attached (source not cited, History of the Family of Stansfeld p114).
22 April 1417 Tourn at Halifax. Ralph Stansfeld and John Aikerode of Wadsworth were presented and ordered to be attached for depasturing in the park there, without licence, during the winter, the former 29 beasts and the latter 6 beasts and 5 horses.
(Wakefield Court Rolls)
21 Oct 1429 Quitclaim: John son of John Rawlyn Draper to Thomas Draper, pieces of land called Broad Bottom and Burlees, in Wadsworth. Witnesses: Hugh de Keighley, Ralph de Stansfeld and John de Stansfeld (West Yorkshire Archive Service: Calderdale SU/B:32).
8 Dec 1429 Quitclaim: John son of John Rawlyn Draper to Ralph de Stansfeld, Thomas de Schagh, Robert de Southcliff and Richard de Schagh, messuages called Broad Bottom and Burleghes and land called Myllyncroft in Wadsworth. Witnesses Robert Pilkington, John de Stansfeld and William de Schagh.
(West Yorkshire Archive Service: Calderdale SU/B:31)
28 Oct 1429 Grant to Ralph de Stansfeld and appointment of Nicholas de Stansfeld as attorney by Robert Crossley.
(West Yorkshire Archive Service: Calderdale SU/B:29 & SU/B:30)