3 June 1287 Westminster, William son of Hugh de Hanewrth came before the king, on Wednesday after St. Petronilla, and sought to replevy to Richard son of Willam del Estwode and William son of Adam their land in Stanfeld, which was taken into the king's hands for their default against Richard de Stanfeld. This is signified to the justices of the Bench (Calendar of Close Rolls, 15 Edward I p481).
(Above) In his History of the Family of Stansfeld, John Stansfeld quotes (p110) from a deed referring to Richard de Stansfeld and his son John, the original of which would be welcome if it could be found. From the context it would seem likely that this comes from the Hunded Rolls but, as yet, we have not been able to locate it. As the witness William de Stodley appears as a juror in 1305 in the Wakefield Court Rolls, the above mentioned deed is probably late 1200s and in keeping with the other records for Richard cited above.
Finally, two further entries in the Wakefield Court Rolls:
1298: Friday after Ash Wednesday at Holme: Adam s. of Nelle the Smith and John del Dam, for a bull, 6d; pledge Richard de Stansfeld.
12 March 1298 at Holme: Thomas de Billeclif and Adam del Bourne, for dry wood, 6d and 2d; pledges Adam del Rode and Richard de Stansfeld.