- Born: , , England
- Marriage: Ralph II BASSET 
- Died: , , England
Sources, Comments and Notes:
"RALPH Basset, son of RICHARD Basset & his wife Matilda Ridel (-1160). ...
[m ---. Military fee certifications in the Red Book of the Exchequer, in 1166, record that "uxor Radulfi Bassat" held "viii carucatas de dote sua in Rakendale et in Wileis" from "Galfridi Ridel" in Northamptonshire.
m ALICE, daughter of ---. "Radulfus Basset" donated property to Canwell priory, for the souls of "Aliciæ uxoris meæ et filiorum meorum", by undated charter, witnessed by "…Willielmo Basset…". "Radulfus Basset filius Ricardi Basset" confirmed the donation of "terram de Niwebold…de feodo de Colestona" to Eynsham abbey made by "Radulfus Basset auus meus" by charter dated to [1144/63], witnessed by "…Adel uxor mea…".
Ralph & his wife had one child:
1. RALPH Basset (-1211). ..."
Source <The Dormant and Extinct Baronage of England: Or, An Historical and ..., Volume 2> Par Thomas Christopher Banks:
"BASSET OF DRAYTON.
The first of 'this line was RALPH, second son of Richard Basset. and Maud Riddell, or Ridell ; which Ralph, by Alice his wife (who survived him), had issue
RALPH BASSET, of Drayton, who by Isabella his wife, was father." of another
RALPH, who, the 42d of Henry lII. had summons," with other' great men, to attend the king at Chester, furnishedeith horse and arms, to repel the incursions of the Welsh; but the 48th of Henry III. adhering to Simon Montfort, earl of Leicester; and other the rebellious barons then in arms, he was the next year (after their victory over the king's army at Lewes), appointed governor, for them, over the castles of Salop and Bruges. Before the end of the same year,prince Edward, with the royal forces, giving battle to the barons at Evesham, this Ralph was there flain, with divers eminent persons, manfully fighting in the cause of liberty. It is said, that when Simon Montfort, the principal general of the barons, perceived the great strength and order of the royal' army, he concluded he should be defeated, and therefore advised Ralph Basset and Hugh Despencer, to. r get away, and rescrve themselves for better times;..."
Alice married Ralph II BASSET  [MRIN: 3231], son of Richard BASSET, "Justices of all England"  and Matilda RIDEL . (Ralph II BASSET  was born in , , England and died in 1160 in , , England.)