- "At this time Robert, Geoffrey's heir, was an infant o three years of age and was called the only son of his father, and the custody of the lands held of the Archbishopric was granted to Sir Robert Bagot, Chief Justice of the Kings Bench (Calendar of Documents Relating to Ireland, no. 1252). The infant Robert was dead by 7 December 1277 and the wardship was at end, 'as the lands had devolved on a person of full age" (Idem. no. 1405).'"
The lands and manor in question were in Swords, 8 miles north of Dublin, remnants of the castle remain. Reference is also made to SKidoo and Knightstown about the same distance further north.
Source: Delafield, The Family History