M, b. circa 1211, d. before June 1271
|Father||Sir Hugo Bagot d. 1242|
Richard was born circa 1211 in Staffordsire, England, at the Manor of Bagot's Bromley. Richard married Christiana Mauveisin, daughter of Sir William Mauveisin, circa 1245. By 1256, he had inherited the estater of his father which included the Manor of Bagot's Bromley. He became a knight in 1256 or shortly after.3 Richard departed this life before June 1271 in Staffordsire, England, at the Manor of Bagot's Bromley.4
|Christiana Mauveisin d. a 1276|
- [S927] Memorials of the Bagot Family
, page 9 - Sir Richard Bagot had , by Christiana, his wife, Two Sons: Sir William, his heir, a second son Robert: and Two Daughters: Avicia, and Emma. Temp: Hen. III. & Ed. I."
Chapter III - House & Grounds of Blithfield, Bagot's Park, Etc.- page 143 - [iThis is a description of three windows located in Blissfield Hall] These windows contain the following arms in ancient stained glass. ... Richard B. et Christiana, ux. 1245. ...
- [S928] Bagot Deeds: Deeds in connection with Bagot pedigree, D986/70- n.d [mid 13th cent] - Grant of 1a. on Smetherug furlong (bounds) in [ ? ] - Rent: white gloves
Consideration: 1 mark - Seal on tag: device - John, son of William, son of Stephen of Admaston/Richard, son of Hugh Bagot and wife Christine.
- [S929] Staffordshire Record Society, Collections of a history of Staffordshire, Volume 11: pages 17-18 - Sir Hugh Bagot 1203-1242 - ... In the later year  he occurs as a tenant of a Knight's fee in Bromley in a return of the Fees of the Stafford Barony…There is proof of his death in 1256, for at that date his son Richard was returned amongst the tenants in co. Stafford who held land of value of 15 pounds and upwards by Knight's service and were not yet knights.
Volume 11: page 216 - Robert, son of Norman, quit-claims to Richard Bagot, son of Hugh, all his lands in Bromley. Witnesses.-William de Wasteneys, Pagan de Wasteneys, James de Blithfeld
Volume 11: page 216 - Grant to Richard, son of Hugh Bagot, and Christina, his wife, of land near that of Lady Margery, who was the wife of Henry de Blithfeld. Witnesses.-Sir Walter de Ridware, Sir Hugh Bagot, Sir Henry Mauveysyn, Robert de Legh, James de Blithfeld, Pagan de Wasteneys, Hugh de Colton.
- [S929] Staffordshire Record Society, Collections of a history of Staffordshire, Volume 11: page 20 - Richard Bagot 1256 to ca 1270 - … He was dead before June 1271, for at the Staffordshire Assizes held on the Morrow of Holy Trinity, 56 H. III.,.. William held an entire Knight's Fee and was of full age and was not a knight.