Milòn de Vere
|Also Known As:||"Milo", "Milon"|
|Birthplace:||Angers, Maine-Et-Loire, Pays de la Loire, France|
|Death:||Died in France|
Son of Raymond of Vere, count of Anjou (Fictitious Person) and Melusine (Fictitious Person)
|Occupation:||Duke of Angiers, Count of Anjou, Commander of Charlemagne's army|
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About Milòn I of Vere, duke of Angiers (Fictitious Person)
Page 450 'The Royal Genealogies' The Rev. Dr. James Anderson, D.D., M.A : Milo I de Vere was Count of Anjou, The information is not supported by any contemporary sources and is thought to be an invention.
Repetit genus á Noe. Deinde á Tideo Graeco. Insuper á Vero nobilis Romano Postremo á Milone comite de Genny, alias Gisney (GUISNES).
760+ AD Milo de Ver: Duke of Aungiers and Duke Leader of Great King Charles house and army (son of Rainfroi: de Ver) - Milo married Bertbelle, sister of Great King Charles Charlemagne. Merovingian descent of the House of Vere.
800+ AD Rouland de Ver (son of Milo and Bertbelle): Held the titles of the "Earl of Palatine", "Earl of Maunce and Bleuys", "Governor of the Marches of Brittany" however, he was killed by warring Pagans at Rumcidevale. 800+ AD Baldwine de Ver: became "Duke of Maunce" after his brother Rouland's death.
800+ AD Milo de Ver II (ii) (son of Milo [i]) Held title of the "Earl of Genney or Gisney or GHISNES" given to him by Charlemagne, he married Avelina the daughter to the "Earl of Nauntes" and they had two sons, Nicasius and Milo(iii).
800+ AD Nicasius (Nicholas/Nissé) de Vere : married Agathe daughter to the "Earl of Champaign" and gave issue to Otho "de Vere" who later became the "Earl of Genney".
2. 'The Skaggs-Files'. Ancestry Family Tree.
(hence eldest son of Melusine/Milouziana de Scythes /Maelasanu: The Elven, Dragon Princess, niece of the Swan Princess Morgan La Fey de Avallon del Acqs ).
Milo de Vere was Count of Anjou before the emergence of the Plantagenet ancestor Tortulf. In consequence of this fact, The House of Vere are the senior Counts of Anjou.
Milòn I of Vere, duke of Angiers (Fictitious Person)'s Timeline
Angers, Maine-Et-Loire, Pays de la Loire, France
Killed by warring pagans in Rumcidevale
Ver-sur-Mare, Ryes, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, France