Gilbert (Umfraville) de Umfraville

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Gilbert IV de Umfreville (de Umfraville), Lord of Redesdale and Prudhoe, Earl of Angus

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Birthplace: Northumberland, England, United Kingdom
Death: Died in Penmark, Glamorganshire, Wales
Place of Burial: Hexham Priory, Hexham, Northumberland, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Richard V de Umfraville, of Prudhoe, Lord of Redesdale; Richard (Umfraville) Umfreville and Margaret de Balliol
Husband of Theophania de Balliol and Maud (Matilda) de Angus, Countess of Angus
Father of John de Umfreville, the elder; Henry de Umfreville; William de Umfreville; Ralf de Umfreville; Gilbert de Umfraville, 8th Earl of Angus and 1 other
Brother of Robert de Umfreville, VI; Odinel de Umfreville; William de Umfreville; Sybilla de Umfreville and Richard de Umfreville

Occupation: Baron of Prudhoe
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About Gilbert (Umfraville) de Umfraville

Need to research whether birth and/or death locations were Penmark, Glamorganshire, Wales or Castle Prudhoe, Northumberlandshire, England.

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Wikipedia

Gilbert de Umfraville

Gilbert de Umfraville (d.1245) was a 13th-century nobleman. Gilbert was the eldest son of Richard de Umfraville, Lord of Redesdale. He succeeded his father as Lord of Redesdale and Baron Prudhoe from 1226 at his seat of Prudhoe Castle. He also had lands at Otterburn.

Marriage and issue

He married firstly Theophania de Balliol, daughter of Eustace de Balliol and Agnes de Percy.

He married secondly Matilda of Angus, daughter of Máel Coluim, Earl of Angus and Mary de Berkeley and had issue: Gilbert, married Elizabeth Comyn, daughter of Alexander Comyn, Earl of Buchan, had issue. Died in 1308.

References

Burke, Sir Bernard, A Genealogical History of the Extinct Peerages of the British Empire (London 1883) Paul, Sir James Balfour, The Scots Peerage, (Edinburgh, 1904), vol. i, Angus.

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Wikipedia

Umfraville, the name of an English baronial family, derived from Amfreville in Normandy. Members of this family obtained lands in Northumberland, including Redesdale and Prudhoe, from the Norman kings, and a later member, Gilbert de Umfraville (died 1245), married Matilda, daughter of Malcolm, earl of Angus, and obtained this Scottish earldom.

Gilbert's son, Gilbert de Umfraville, Earl of Angus (c. 1244-1308), took part in the fighting between Henry III of England and his barons, and in the Scottish expeditions of Edward I of England. He was governor of Forfar and was given the right of appointing the wardens of the marches.

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Earl of Angus

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Gilbert, Lord of Redesdale, did homage for his father's lands on 8 January 1226/27.

Gilbert died before 13 March 1244/45.

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Gilbert (Umfraville) de Umfraville's Timeline

1195
1195
Northumberland, England, United Kingdom
1225
1225
Age 30
1234
1234
Age 39
Castle,Penmark,Glamorganshire,Wales
1238
1238
Age 43
Of Castle, Penmark, Glamorganshire, Wales
1242
1242
Age 47
Of Castle, Penmark, Glamorganshire, Wales
1243
1243
Age 48
of Castle, Prudhoe, Northumberland, England
1244
March 13, 1244
Age 49
Penmark, Glamorganshire, Wales
1244
Age 49
Castle Prudhoe, Northumberland, England
1244
Age 49
Of Castle, Penmark, Glamorganshire, Wales
1246
1246
Age 49
Castle Prudhoe, Northumberland, England