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Nicknames: "Humphrey de Vieilles", "Onfroi de Beaumont-le-Roger", "Humphrey /de Harcourt/", "Humphrey /de Veilles/", "was the first holder of the "grand honneur" of Beaumont-le-Roger", "one of the most important groups of domains in eastern Normandy[2] and the Founder of th..."
Birthplace: Pont Audemer, Eure, Beaumont, Normandy, France
Death: Died in Normandel, Orne, Basse-Normandie, France
Occupation: The founder of the House of Beaumont, Sieur, de Pont-Audemer, de Vieilles, d'Aubrée, de Veules-les-Roses, de Beaumontel, Moine, Sn de Vielles et de Pont-Audomer
Managed by: Margaret, (C)
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About Honfroi de Vieilles, Seigneur de Vieilles et Pont Audemer

Vital Statistics

  • FMG called him "Honfroi de Vieilles". He is one of the Seigneurs de Pont-Audemar, Seigneur de Vieilles" line.
  • Son of Thorold de Pont-Audemar, Seigneur de Vieilles and his wife Wewa, sister of Gunnora (mistress of Richard I Duke of Normandy). Wewa also called "Gueuve". Honfroi died after 1040. He married Aubrey, whose parentage is UNKNOWN. They had four children:
  1. Roger de Vieilles (d. 29 Nov 1094) founder of the line of COMTES de MEULAN, SEIGNEURS de BEAUMONT-le-ROGER, married to Adeline de Meulan
  2. Robert de Vieilles (d. after 1066)
  3. Guillaume de Vieilles
  4. Dunelme de Vieilles (daughter and married with a daughter)

Sources and Notes

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humphrey_de_Vielles The Wikipedia article is fairly close to Cawley Medieval Lands.

Humphrey (or Honfroy, Onfroi or Umfrid) de Vieilles (died c. 1050) was the first holder of the "grand honneur" of Beaumont-le-Roger, one of the most important groups of domains in eastern Normandy and the founder of the House of Beaumont. He was married to Albreda or Alberée de la Haye Auberie.

His early life and origins are the subject of much discussion. As reported by later Norman chronicler Robert of Torigni, he was son of Thorold de Pont-Audemer and grandson of a Torf, from whose name derived that of the village of Tourville sur Pont Audemer.[3] Humphrey's mother, according to Robert of Torigni, was Duvelina, sister of Gunnora, concubine of Richard I, Duke of Normandy. Thus Humphrey and his Beaumont descendants were kinsmen of the Norman Dukes and other members of the early Anglo-Norman nobility similarly descended from Gunnora's kindred.

Besides Beaumont-le-Roger, he had lands dispersed through the whole of Normandy, in Cotentin, in Hiémois, in the Pays d'Auge, in Basse Seine (Vatteville-la-Rue), in Évrecin (Normanville) and in Vexin normand (Bouafles). These lands originated in the favour of the dukes Richard II and Robert II, from confiscated church lands. The "honneur" of Beaumont was, for example, constituted from the remains of the lands of the abbey of Bernay.[4] On the other hand, the possessions around Pont-Audemer came to him by family inheritance.

In 1034, he 'founded' (or, rather, restored) the monastery at Préaux, a few kilometres from Pont-Audemer, with monks from the Saint-Wandrille.

During the minority of Duke William the Bastard, Roger I of Tosny, holder of the "honneur" of Conches, attacked Humphrey's domains. But around 1040, Humphrey's son, Roger de Beumont, met and defeated Roger in battle, during which Roger was killed.

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NORMAN%20NOBILITY.htm#_Toc279557202

HONFROI de Vieilles (-after [1040], bur Préaux, monastery of Saint-Pierre). He is named as son of Thorold by Orderic Vitalis[2645]. Seigneur de Vieilles et de Pont-Audemer, in Normandy. The Genealogia Fundatoris of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire names ”Humfridum de Vetulis” as son of “Turulpho de Ponte-Adomaro” & his wife[2646]. He witnessed charters under Robert I Duke of Normandy. He founded the monasteries of Saint-Pierre before 1035 and Saint-Leger in [1040], both at Préaux, near Pont-Audemer2645. "…Humfridus constructor eiusdem loci cum filiis suis Rogerio, Roberto, Willelmo…" are named as present in the charter dated 1035 under which "Willelmus adhuc puerulus…Roberti comitis filius" donated "Turstini villa" to the abbey of Préaux[2647]. Guillaume de Jumièges records that "Roger du Ternois" [Tosny] fought "Honfroi de Vaux" during his rebellion against Guillaume II Duke of Normandy during the early years of the latter's reign[2648]. He became a monk at the former before he died[2649]. m AUBREY, daughter of ---. Robert of Torigny records that "Hunfridus de Vetulis, pater Rogerii de Bello Monte, et Albereda uxor eius" founded two monasteries, one for men the other for women, in "fundo Pratelli"[2650]. Honfroi & his wife had four children:

i) ROGER de Vieilles (-29 Nov 1094, bur Préaux, monastery of Saint-Pierre). "…Humfridus constructor eiusdem loci cum filiis suis Rogerio, Roberto, Willelmo…" are named as present in the charter dated 1035 under which "Willelmus adhuc puerulus…Roberti comitis filius" donated "Turstini villa" to the abbey of Préaux[2651]. Guillaume de Jumièges records that "Honfroi de Vaux" sent his son "Roger de Beaumont" to fight "Roger du Ternois" [Tosny] during the latter's rebellion against Guillaume II Duke of Normandy during the early years of the duke's reign[2652].

- COMTES de MEULAN.

ii) ROBERT de Vieilles (-after 1066, bur Préaux, monastery of Saint-Pierre2656). "…Humfridus constructor eiusdem loci cum filiis suis Rogerio, Roberto, Willelmo…" are named as present in the charter dated 1035 under which "Willelmus adhuc puerulus…Roberti comitis filius" donated "Turstini villa" to the abbey of Préaux[2653]. The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records the proposed marriage of "Robertus comes Mellentinus" and the daughter of "Hugonis Crispeiensis comes" which was prohibited by "Yvo [episcopus]" on grounds of consanguinity, the mutual descent of the two parties from "Gauterus Albus de Albamarla" being set out in the chronicle[2654]. William I King of England gave him land in the Cotentin[2655]. He was killed by Roger de Clères according to Orderic Vitalis, who specifies that he was the son of Honfroi de Vieilles[2656].

Note: No parent is listed for HONFROY Seigneur de Vieilles in the Medieval Lands database. His wife is given as Aubrey. Listed only as father of Roger de Vieilles "Barbatus" [de Beaumont].

However, most Geni profile entries say that his parents were Thorold de Pont-Audemer and Wevia de Crepon. What are their sources??

[Note: The Medieval Lands give Thorold and Wevia as parents, see Thorold's profile. AMB 27.08.2010]

{{I think the source may be The Complete Peerage by G. E. Cokayne - I will check and report back here. Arthur Jackson}}

Humphrey de Vielles

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humphrey_de_Vielles

Humphrey (or Onfroi or Umfrid) of Vieilles[1] (died c. 1050) was the first holder of the "grand honneur" of Beaumont-le-Roger, one of the most important groups of domains in eastern Normandy[2] and the founder of the House of Beaumont.

His early life and origins are the subject of much discussion. He was the grandson of Torf (or Turolf), who some historians identify with Turstin le Riche, the father-in-law of Robert the Dane, and by others with an ancestor of the lords of Harcourt[3]. Whichever is the better hypothesis, we can be sure Humphrey descended from a Scandinavian Viking family.

Besides Beaumont-le-Roger, he had lands dispersed through the whole of Normandy, in Cotentin, in Hiémois, in the Pays d'Auge, in Basse Seine (Vatteville-la-Rue), in Évrecin (Normanville) and in Vexin normand (Bouafles). These lands originated in the favour of the dukes Richard II and Robert II, from confiscated church lands. The "honneur" of Beaumont was, for example, constituted from the remains of the lands of the abbey of Bernay[4]. On the other hand, the possessions around Pont-Audemer came to him by family inheritance.

In 1034, he 'founded' (or, rather, restored) the monastery at Préaux, a few kilometres from Pont-Audemer, with monks from the Saint-Wandrille.

During the minority of Duke William the Bastard, Roger I of Tosny, holder of the "honneur" of Conches, attacked Humphrey's domains. But around 1040, Humphrey's son, Roger de Beumont, met and defeated Roger in battle, during which Roger was killed.

Family and descendants

His known children:

   * Robert, the elder, assassinated by Roger de Clères[5] ;
   * Roger de Beaumont, known as le Barbu († 1094), who succeeded his father.

Two other possible children :

   * Guillaume de Beaumont, monk at the abbaye Saint-Pierre de Préaux
   * Dumelme de Vieilles, monk at the abbaye Saint-Léger de Préaux.

Notes and references

  1. ^ Vieilles is the name of a former village, now merged with Beaumont-le-Roger
  2. ^ Pierre Bauduin, La première Normandie (Xe-XIe siècles), Presses Universitaires de Caen, 2004, p.216-217. Among the other grands honneurs of the Pays d'Ouche, were those of Breteuil and of Conches
  3. ^ William of Jumièges reports that this Turolf was the brother of Turquetil, the first lord of Harcourt, and the uncle of Ansketil de Harcourt. The archaeologist Jacques Le Maho supports Torf's identification with Turstin
  4. ^ Veronica Gazeau, Monachisme et aristocratie au XIe siècle : l'exemple de la famille de Beaumont,, PhD thesis, University of Caen, 1986-1987 (dactyl.), p.67-73. The abbot of Bernay, Raoul, parent of Humphrey, would have entrusted to him between 1027 and 1040, part of the heritage of his monastery. Like other lords of the beginning of the 11th century, like the family of Bellême, he increased the family's power by recovering or winning of ecclesiastical lands
  5. ^ Orderic Vitalis, History of Normandy, Éd. Guizot, 1826, vol. III, livre VIII, p. 373. Charpillon et Caresme, Dictionnaire historique des communes de l'Eure, vol I, 1879, art. Beaumont-le-Roger

Sources

   * (French) Pierre Bauduin, La première Normandie (Xe-XIe siècles), Presses Universitaires de Caen, 2004
   * (French) Véronique Gazeau, Monachisme et aristocratie au XIe siècle : l'exemple de la famille de Beaumont, doctoral thesis, Université de Caen, 1986-1987 (dactyl.)
   * Seigneurs de Beaumont-le-Roger on Medieval Lands

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Humphrey (or Onfroi or Umfrid) of Vieilles[1] (died c. 1050) was the first holder of the "grand honneur" of Beaumont-le-Roger, one of the most important groups of domains in eastern Normandy[2] and the founder of the House of Beaumont.

His early life and origins are the subject of much discussion. He was the grandson of Torf (or Turolf), who some historians identify with Turstin le Riche, the father-in-law of Robert the Dane, and by others with an ancestor of the lords of Harcourt[3]. Whichever is the better hypothesis, we can be sure Humphrey descended from a Scandinavian Viking family.

Family and descendants

His known children:

   * Robert, the elder, assassinated by Roger de Clères[5] ;
   * Roger de Beaumont, known as le Barbu († 1094), who succeeded his father.

Two other possible children :

   * Guillaume de Beaumont, monk at the abbaye Saint-Pierre de Préaux
   * Dumelme de Vieilles, monk at the abbaye Saint-Léger de Préaux.

[edit] Notes and references

  1. ^ Vieilles is the name of a former village, now merged with Beaumont-le-Roger
  2. ^ Pierre Bauduin, La première Normandie (Xe-XIe siècles), Presses Universitaires de Caen, 2004, p.216-217. Among the other grands honneurs of the Pays d'Ouche, were those of Breteuil and of Conches
  3. ^ William of Jumièges reports that this Turolf was the brother of Turquetil, the first lord of Harcourt, and the uncle of Ansketil de Harcourt. The archaeologist Jacques Le Maho supports Torf's identification with Turstin
  4. ^ Veronica Gazeau, Monachisme et aristocratie au XIe siècle : l'exemple de la famille de Beaumont,, PhD thesis, University of Caen, 1986-1987 (dactyl.), p.67-73. The abbot of Bernay, Raoul, parent of Humphrey, would have entrusted to him between 1027 and 1040, part of the heritage of his monastery. Like other lords of the beginning of the 11th century, like the family of Bellême, he increased the family's power by recovering or winning of ecclesiastical lands
  5. ^ Orderic Vitalis, History of Normandy, Éd. Guizot, 1826, vol. III, livre VIII, p. 373. Charpillon et Caresme, Dictionnaire historique des communes de l'Eure, vol I, 1879, art. Beaumont-le-Roger

Sources

   * (French) Pierre Bauduin, La première Normandie (Xe-XIe siècles), Presses Universitaires de Caen, 2004
   * (French) Véronique Gazeau, Monachisme et aristocratie au XIe siècle : l'exemple de la famille de Beaumont, doctoral thesis, Université de Caen, 1986-1987 (dactyl.)
   * Seigneurs de Beaumont-le-Roger on Medieval Lands

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Humphrey (or Onfroi or Umfrid) of Vieilles[1] (died c. 1050) was the first holder of the "grand honneur" of Beaumont-le-Roger, one of the most important groups of domains in eastern Normandy[2] and the founder of the House of Beaumont.

His early life and origins are the subject of much discussion. He was the grandson of Torf (or Turolf), who some historians identify with Turstin le Riche, the father-in-law of Robert the Dane, and by others with an ancestor of the lords of Harcourt[3]. Whichever is the better hypothesis, we can be sure Humphrey descended from a Scandinavian Viking family.

His known children:

   * Robert, the elder, assassinated by Roger de Clères[5] ;
   * Roger de Beaumont, known as le Barbu († 1094), who succeeded his father.

Two other possible children :

   * Guillaume de Beaumont, monk at the abbaye Saint-Pierre de Préaux
   * Dumelme de Vieilles, monk at the abbaye Saint-Léger de Préaux.

[edit] Notes and references

  1. ^ Vieilles is the name of a former village, now merged with Beaumont-le-Roger
  2. ^ Pierre Bauduin, La première Normandie (Xe-XIe siècles), Presses Universitaires de Caen, 2004, p.216-217. Among the other grands honneurs of the Pays d'Ouche, were those of Breteuil and of Conches
  3. ^ William of Jumièges reports that this Turolf was the brother of Turquetil, the first lord of Harcourt, and the uncle of Ansketil de Harcourt. The archaeologist Jacques Le Maho supports Torf's identification with Turstin
  4. ^ Veronica Gazeau, Monachisme et aristocratie au XIe siècle : l'exemple de la famille de Beaumont,, PhD thesis, University of Caen, 1986-1987 (dactyl.), p.67-73. The abbot of Bernay, Raoul, parent of Humphrey, would have entrusted to him between 1027 and 1040, part of the heritage of his monastery. Like other lords of the beginning of the 11th century, like the family of Bellême, he increased the family's power by recovering or winning of ecclesiastical lands
  5. ^ Orderic Vitalis, History of Normandy, Éd. Guizot, 1826, vol. III, livre VIII, p. 373. Charpillon et Caresme, Dictionnaire historique des communes de l'Eure, vol I, 1879, art. Beaumont-le-Roger

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Humphrey (or Onfroi or Umfrid) of Vieilles (d. c. 1050), was the first holder of the "grand honneur" of Beaumont-le-Roger, one of the most important groups of domains in eastern Normandy.

His known children:

Robert, the elder, assassinated by Roger de Clères

Roger de Beaumont, known as le Barbu († 1094), who succeeded his father.

Two other possible children:

Guillaume de Beaumont, monk at the abbaye Saint-Pierre de Préaux

Dumelme de Vieilles, monk at the abbaye Saint-Léger de Préaux.

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http://www.thepeerage.com/p17593.htm#i175924

Humphrey de Vieilles, Seigneur de Vielles et Pont-Audemer1

M, #175924

Last Edited=4 Dec 2005

    Humphrey de Vieilles, Seigneur de Vielles et Pont-Audemer is the son of Thorold, Seigneur de Pont-Audemer.1 He married Aubreye (?).

Child of Humphrey de Vieilles, Seigneur de Vielles et Pont-Audemer and Aubreye (?)

Roger de Beaumont, Seigneur de Portaudemer+1 d. 29 Nov 1094

Citations

[S6] G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume VII, page 521. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.

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Humphrey (or Onfroi or Umfrid) of Vieilles (died c. 1050) was the first holder of the "grand honneur" of Beaumont-le-Roger, one of the most important groups of domains in eastern Normandy and the founder of the House of Beaumont.

His early life and origins are the subject of much discussion. He was the grandson of Torf (or Turolf), who some historians identify with Turstin le Riche, the father-in-law of Robert the Dane, and by others with an ancestor of the lords of Harcourt. Whichever is the better hypothesis, we can be sure Humphrey descended from a Scandinavian Viking family.

Besides Beaumont-le-Roger, he had lands dispersed through the whole of Normandy, in Cotentin, in Hiémois, in the Pays d'Auge, in Basse Seine (Vatteville-la-Rue), in Évrecin (Normanville) and in Vexin normand (Bouafles). These lands originated in the favour of the dukes Richard II and Robert II, from confiscated church lands. The "honneur" of Beaumont was, for example, constituted from the remains of the lands of the abbey of Bernay. On the other hand, the possessions around Pont-Audemer came to him by family inheritance.

In 1034, he 'founded' (or, rather, restored) the monastery at Préaux, a few kilometres from Pont-Audemer, with monks from the Saint-Wandrille.

During the minority of Duke William the Bastard, Roger I of Tosny, holder of the "honneur" of Conches, attacked Humphrey's domains. But around 1040, Humphrey's son, Roger de Beumont, met and defeated Roger in battle, during which Roger was killed.

Family and descendants

His known children:

   * Robert, the elder, assassinated by Roger de Clères ;
   * Roger de Beaumont, known as le Barbu († 1094), who succeeded his father.

Two other possible children :

   * Guillaume de Beaumont, monk at the abbaye Saint-Pierre de Préaux
   * Dumelme de Vieilles, monk at the abbaye Saint-Léger de Préaux.

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Humphrey de Vielles

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Humphrey (or Onfroi or Umfrid) of Vieilles[1] (d. c. 1050), was the first holder of the "grand honneur" of Beaumont-le-Roger, one of the most important groups of domains in eastern Normandy[2].

Life

His early life and origins are the subject of much discussion. He was the grandson of Torf (or Turolf), who some historians identify with Turstin le Riche, the father-in-law of Robert the Dane, and by others with an ancestor of the lords of Harcourt[3]. Whichever is the better hypothesis, we can be sure Humphrey descended from a Scandinavian Viking family.

Besides Beaumont-le-Roger, he had lands dispersed through the whole of Normandy, in Cotentin, in Hiémois, in the Pays d'Auge, in Basse Seine (Vatteville-la-Rue), in Évrecin (Normanville) and in Vexin normand (Bouafles). These lands originated in the favour of the dukes Richard II and Robert II, from confiscated church lands. The "honneur" of Beaumont was, for example, constituted from the remains of the lands of the abbey of Bernay[4]. On the other hand, the possessions around Pont-Audemer came to him by family inheritance.

In 1034, he 'founded' (or, rather, restored) the male monastery at Préaux, a few kilometres from Pont-Audemer, with monks from the Saint-Wandrille.

During the minority of Duke William the Bastard, Roger I of Tosny, holder of the "honneur" of Conches, attacked Humphrey's domains. But around 1040, Humphrey's son, Roger de Beumont, met and defeated Roger in battle, during which Roger was killed.

[edit]Family and descendents

His known children:

Robert, the elder, assassinated by Roger de Clères[5] ;

Roger de Beaumont, known as le Barbu († 1094), who succeeded his father.

Two other possible children :

Guillaume de Beaumont, monk at the abbaye Saint-Pierre de Préaux

Dumelme de Vieilles, monk at the abbaye Saint-Léger de Préaux.

[edit]Notes and references

^ Vieilles is the name of a former village, now merged with Beaumont-le-Roger

^ Pierre Bauduin, La première Normandie (Xe-XIe siècles), Presses Universitaires de Caen, 2004, p.216-217. Among the other grands honneurs of the Pays d'Ouche, were those of Breteuil and of Conches

^ William of Jumièges reports that this Turolf was the brother of Turquetil, the first lord of Harcourt, and the uncle of Ansketil de Harcourt. The archaeologist Jacques Le Maho supports Torf's identification with Turstin

^ Veronica Gazeau, Monachisme et aristocratie au XIe siècle : l'exemple de la famille de Beaumont,, PhD thesis, University of Caen, 1986-1987 (dactyl.), p.67-73. The abbot of Bernay, Raoul, parent of Humphrey, would have entrusted to him between 1027 and 1040, part of the heritage of his monastery. Like other lords of the beginning of the 11th century, like the family of Bellême, he increased the family's power by recovering or winning of ecclesiastical lands

^ Orderic Vitalis, History of Normandy, Éd. Guizot, 1826, vol. III, livre VIII, p. 373. Charpillon et Caresme, Dictionnaire historique des communes de l'Eure, vol I, 1879, art. Beaumont-le-Roger

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Bernard the Dane

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└─>Torf le Riche, seigneur de Pont-Audemer (born c. 910)

  └─>Turold de Pont-Audemer (c. 940)
     └─>Onfroi de Vieilles called de Harcourt (c. 975)
        └─>Roger de Beaumont (le Barbu) († 1094)
           ├─>Robert de Beaumont (1050 – 1118)
           │  │
           │  ├─>Galéran IV de Meulan (1104 – 1166)
           │  │  └─> earls of Worcester branch
           │  │
           │  └─>Robert II de Beaumont (1104 – 1168)
           │     └─> earls of Leicester branch
           └─>Henri de Beaumont called de NeufBourg (1046 – 1123)
              └─> earls of Warwick branch  

-------------------- Humphrey (or Onfroi or Umfrid) of Vieilles (d. c. 1050), was the first holder of the "grand honneur" of Beaumont-le-Roger, one of the most important groups of domains in eastern Normandy.

His known children:

Robert, the elder, assassinated by Roger de Clères

Roger de Beaumont, known as le Barbu († 1094), who succeeded his father.

Two other possible children:

Guillaume de Beaumont, monk at the abbaye Saint-Pierre de Préaux

Dumelme de Vieilles, monk at the abbaye Saint-Léger de Préaux. -------------------- Birth 0975 France, High Normandy, Eure, Pont Audemer

Death 9/28/1044 France, Normandy

Grave France, Normandy, Preaux

-------------------- HUMPHREY DE VEULLES; SIRE: was born about 980 of Port-Audemer, France and succeeded his father as Sire du Ponteaudemer, and also was Seigneur de Veulles, Préaux, Torville, Ponteautorf, Beaumont, etc. From his close connection with the ducal house, he was pominent during the reigns of Dukes Richard III, and Robert "the Devil" (1026-1035). His name is found on many monastic charters of the period; and about 1050 he founded and endowed the Abbey of Préaux in Pontaudemer, where he was buried." He married about 1005, AUBERE'E DE LA HAYE, born 984 of Pontaudemer, Normandy, France and died 20 Sep 1045. She was heiress of the Forest of Brotonne. Humphrey died on 28 Sep 1044 in Normandy, France and was buried at Abbey de Préaux, Ponteaudemer, Normandy]

-------------------- Generation Three

5. HUMPHREY3 DE VEULLES (Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf1),

son of (2) Tourade2 and Eva (de CREPON) PONTAUDEMER, 

was born circa 980[100], and was buried in Preaux Abbey, Ponteaudemer, Normandy, France.

He married circa 1005, AUBEREE DE LA HAYE, who died circa 1045[100]. [68, 27, 103, 113]

Children: 12 i. ROBERT4 DE BEAUMONT, b. circa 1005.

+ 13 ii. COUNT ROGER DE BEAUMONT of Ponteaudemer, b. circa 1022, d. in 1094; m. (ZN-2) COUNTESS ADELIZA DE MEULENT circa 1040.

11. JOSCELINE3 DE PONTAUDEMER (Tourade2, Torf1), daughter of (2) Tourade2 and Eva (de CREPON) PONTAUDEMER, was born between 964 and 980, and died between 994 and 1090. She married in 994, (AAL-3) HUGUES DE MONTGOMERY[31], son of (AAL-2) Roger MONTGOMERY. [31]

Child: See (AAL-3) Hugues de MONTGOMERY

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Humphrey De VIELLES

Born: 980, Pont Audemer, Eure, Beaumont, Normandy, France

Died: 28 Sep 1044, Preaux, Normandy, France

Buried: Preaux, Normandy, France

Father: Thorold De PONTAUDEMAR

Mother: Wevia De CREPON

Married: Aubrey De La HAIE

Children:

1. Roger De BEAUMONT (b. 1022) (m. Adeline De Meulan)

2. Robert De BEAUMONT

3. William De BEAUMONT

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Back to Main Page De Harcourt, Humphrey b. 980 Pont Audemer,Eure,,France d. 28 SEP 1044 Normandy,,,France Gender: Male Parents: Father: De Harcourt, Tourude Mother: De Crepon, Wevia

Family: Marriage: 1010 Beaumont,,Maine,USA Spouse: De La Haie, Aubreye b. 984 Pontaudemer,Normandy,,France d. 20 SEP 1045 Pont-Audemer,Eure,Normandy,France Gender: Female Parents: Mother: De Crepon,

Children: De Beaumont, Roger

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Humphrey De Harcourt

Abt 980 - 1044

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Birth ABT. 980 Of, Pont-Audemer, Eure, France


Gender Male

Died 28 Sep 1044 Normandy, France


Person ID I12344


Registro de familias España desde el 1450


Last Modified 17 Aug 2010

Father Tourude de Harcourt, b. ABT. 940, Of, Pont-Audemer, Eure, France

Relationship Natural

Mother Wevia De Crepon, b. ABT. 942, Of, Pont-Audemer, Eure, France

Relationship Unknown

Married ABT. 979 Of, , , France


Family ID F05220 Group Sheet


Family


Aubreye De La Haie, b. ABT. 984, Of, Pontaudemer, Normandy, France , d. 20 Sep 1045

Married ABT. 1010 Of, , , France


Children


1. Robert Beaumont, b. ABT. 1011, Of, Beaumont, France

2. Robert De Vieilles, b. ABT. 1018, Of, Cotentin Peninsl, Normandy, France , d. BEF. 1066

3. William De Vieilles, b. ABT. 1020, Of, Pont Audemer, Normandy, France 4. Dunelme De Vieilles, b. ABT. 1022, Of, Pont Audemer, Normandy, France 5. Roger de Beaumont, b. ABT. 1022, Of, Pont Audemer, Normandy, France , d. 1094

Family ID F02516 Group Sheet

Source: http://sefardies.org/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I12344&tree=tree7



      
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Pont Audemer, Eure, Beaumont, Normandy, France
1010
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Age 40
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Age 64
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September 8, 1921
Age 64
December 15, 1921
Age 64