I'm interested to hear more about this. I am aware that there is a Radcliffe story that their founder was one Nicholas, a brother of William de Lancaster, who is said to be a de Taillebois.
However, I have never found any evidence for the existance of this Nicholas, nor his connection to the Taillebois family, nor to the de Lancaster family, nor to Furness (which seems to sometimes be mentioned), nor to Eldred of Workington (who is said to be related to the Taillebois and the Lancasters).
Where did the story come from?
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