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Nicknames: "Miles FitzWalter", "Miles of Gloucester", "1st Earl of Herefor"
Birthplace: Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
Death: Died in Royal Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England
Cause of death: Shot by an arrow in the head during a hunting accident.
Occupation: Constable, EARL OF HEREFORD, CONSTABLE, Earl of Hereford in 1141. Constable to King Stephen of England then later to Princess Matilda. Killed while on a hunting expedition., Earl of Hereford, killed by arrow shot at a deer, Earl/Constable, Earl/Contable
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About Miles FitzWalter of Gloucester, 1st Earl of Hereford

Miles FitzWalter of Gloucester, Earl of Hereford and Brecknock, Constable of England and of Gloucester Castle.

Son of Walter of Gloucester and Berthe.

Married Sybille de Neufmarché of Brecknock.

Children:

Margaret m. Humphrey de Bohun

Roger m. Cecily of Ewyas

Walter m. ??? Died childless

Henry m. Isabella.

Mahel died childless

William died childless

Bertha m. William de Braose

Lucy m. Herbert FizHerbert II

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/ENGLISH%20NOBILITY%20MEDIEVAL.htm:

MILES of Gloucester, son of WALTER of Gloucester & his wife Berthe --- (-24 Dec 1143, bur Lanthony Priory, Gloucester).

The Historia fundationis cum fundatoris genealogia of the priory of Abergavenny names “Milonem” as son of “Waltero constabulatio totius Angliæ”[298]. "Walterus de Gloucestria, assensu Milonis filii mei et Berthæ uxoris meæ" donated "ecclesiam de Cernay…ecclesiam… Sanctæ Helenæ de Halgestane…terram…de Westwode in Herchenefelde" to Gloucester St Peter by undated charter[299]. "Walter de Gloecestria, Milo fili ei…" witnessed the charter dated to [1127] which records that "Ricard Puncii filii" granted Aston, Gloucestershire ("Hestoniam") to "Mathilli uxori mee"[300].

Henry I King of England appointed him Constable of England in succession to his father[301]. The 1130 Pipe Roll records "Miloni Gloec" in Wiltshire (two entries)[302].

Stephen King of England granted him the honour of Gloucester and Brecknock in [1136] and appointed him Constable of Gloucester Castle.

“Mylo constabularius de Gloucestria” donated property to Lanthony abbey, naming “antecessores mei Rogerus de Gloecestria et Walterus constabularius”, by charter dated 1137, supplemented by another later donation (undated) jointly with "uxor mea Sibilla et filii mei Rogerus et Walterus atque Henricus" in the presence of "…Roberto Corbet…"[303].

He joined Empress Matilda on her arrival in England in 1139, acting as her Constable. She created him Earl of Hereford at Oxford 25 Jul 1141, and granted him the castle of Abergavenny[304].

Brien FitzCount, illegitimate son of Alain IV "Fergant" Duke of Brittany, and his wife transferred the honour of Abergavenny to Earl Miles in [1141/42][305].

The Gesta Stephani Regis records that "Paganus filius Joannis…et Milo" of Gloucester were killed, dated to [1137/40][306]. It is unclear why the two deaths are reported at the same time as a later passage in the Gesta records that "comes…Herefordiæ, Milo" was killed by arrow, and in a third passage that he was killed while hunting, dated from the context to [1142/43][307].

A manuscript in Aske´s collections names “Milo…Erle of Herforde, Lord of Bricone and of all the Forest of Done, and also Constable of England…” among those buried at Lanthony Priory[308].

m ([Apr/May] 1121) SIBYLLE de Neufmarché, daughter and heiress of BERNARD de Neufmarché Lord of Brecknock & his wife Nesta [Agnes] --- (-bur Lanthony Prior, Gloucester). A manuscript narrating the history of Brecknock priory records that the founder “Bernard de Nefmarche, Norman” married “Neste qe fut apele Agnes, la file Griffin le fiz Lewelin…cruel tyrant de Gales” by whom he fathered “Mael…noble chevalier” whom it was claimed was not his son and who was deprived of Brecknock in favour of “la file [de] Neste, Sibile” wife of “Miles…fiz Watir le conestable de Gloucestre e de Hereford”[309]. The Historia fundationis cum fundatoris genealogia of the priory of Abergavenny names “Sibillam, legitimam hæredem totius terræ Breconiæ…Bernardi et Agnetis de Novo-Mercato” as wife of “Milonem”, son of “Waltero constabulatio totius Angliæ”[310]. A charter dated to [10 Apr/29 May] 1121 records the arrangements for the marriage of "Miloni de Gloec" and "Sibilia filia Beorndi de Novo Mercato", the dowry being all the possessions of her father and of her mother[311]. “Mylo constabularius de Gloucestria” donated property to Lanthony abbey, naming “antecessores mei Rogerus de Gloecestria et Walterus constabularius”, by charter dated 1137, supplemented by another later donation (undated) jointly with "uxor mea Sibilla et filii mei Rogerus et Walterus atque Henricus"[312]. A manuscript in Aske´s collections names “Milo…Erle of Herforde, Lord of Bricone and of all the Forest of Done, and also Constable of England…Sibbill wiff of the seid Milo…” among those buried at Lanthony Priory[313].

Earl Miles & his wife had [eight] children:

1. MARGARET ([1121/23]-6 Apr 1187, bur Lanthony Priory, Gloucester). The Historia fundationis cum fundatoris genealogia of the priory of Abergavenny names “Margaretam, Bertam et Luciam” as the three daughters of “Milonem” & his wife, adding that Margaret married “Humphredo de Boun” and inherited “comitatu Herefordiæ”[314]. Her birth date range is estimated from the date of her parents' marriage and the likely birth date of her daughter Matilda. "…Margarita filia ipsi Mil…" subscribed the charter dated to [1123] records that "Walt de Gloec" gave Little Hereford in fee to "Willo de Mara nepoti suo"[315]. This document suggests that Margaret must have been her parents´s oldest child. “Humfridus de Bohun regis dapifer et Marger. uxor mea” founded Farleigh Priory by undated charter[316]. She certified the knights' fees made in the fee of her father during the time of King Henry I[317], which may imply that her husband had died by then. The Red Book of the Exchequer refers to "Margareta de Bohun xvii m" in Gloucestershire in [1167/68][318]. A manuscript which narrates the descents of the founders of Lanthony Abbey records the death 6 Apr 1187 of “Margeriam”, wife of “dominum Hunfredum de Bohun tertium” and her burial “in capitulo Lanthoniæ, juxta Gloucestriam”[319]. A manuscript in Aske´s collections names “Milo…Erle of Herforde, Lord of Bricone and of all the Forest of Done, and also Constable of England…Sibbill wiff of the seid Milo…Ladi Margaret the furst begotton daughter of the said Milo…married to Humfre of Bohun the third…” among those buried at Lanthony Priory[320]. King John confirmed the possessions of Lanthony abbey by charter dated 30 Jul 1199, including the donation of "duas partes de Onedesleye" made by "Margar de Bohun", in accordance with the division made "inter ipsam et Luciam sororem suam"[321]. m Sir HUMPHREY de Bohun, son of HUMPHREY de Bohun & his wife Matilda of Salisbury ([1100/10]-[before 1166]).

2. ROGER FitzMiles (-1155, bur Lanthony Priory, Gloucester). The Historia fundationis cum fundatoris genealogia of the priory of Abergavenny names “Rogerum comitem, Henricum, Walterum, Maiel et Wilielmum” as the five sons of “Milonem” & his wife, adding that Roger died childless[322]. “Mylo constabularius de Gloucestria” donated property to Lanthony abbey, naming “antecessores mei Rogerus de Gloecestria et Walterus constabularius”, by charter dated 1137, supplemented by another later donation (undated) jointly with "uxor mea Sibilla et filii mei Rogerus et Walterus atque Henricus"[323]. He succeeded his father in 1143 as Earl of Hereford. The Gesta Stephani Regis records that "Rogerius, Milonis filius, juvenis…ætate" succeeded "in comitatum Herefordiæ" after his father was killed[324]. Constable of England. Lord of Abergavenny. He was in dispute with Henry II King of England in [1154], probably about the castle of Gloucester, and surrendered the castle and his earldom, although the king made a re-grant of the latter to Roger[325]. The Chronicle of Gervase names "comes Herefordensis Rogerius…magni Milonis filius" when recording his dispute with King Henry II in 1155[326]. The History of Gloucester St Peter records the donation by "Rogeri comes Herfordiæ" on becoming a monk at the monastery, and the donation of "Walterus constabularius Herefordiæ frater eius" (both undated)[327]. The Annals of Tewkesbury record that “Rogerus comes Herefordiæ” died in 1155[328]. On his death the earldom granted by King Henry II became extinct. A manuscript in Aske´s collections names “Milo…Erle of Herforde, Lord of Bricone and of all the Forest of Done, and also Constable of England…Roger…his first begotten sonne…” among those buried at Lanthony Priory[329]. m (before [Dec 1137/May 1138]) as her first husband, CECILY, daughter of PAYN FitzJohn of Ewyas, co. Hereford, Sheriff of Hereford and Shropshire & his wife Sibyl de Lacy (-1207). She is referred to as the wife of Roger in King Stephen's charter dated [Dec 1137/May 1138][330]. A manuscript narrating the foundation of Lilleshall Abbey, Shropshire records that “Rogerus comes Hereford” married “vicecomes Paganus…filiam”[331]. King Stephen confirmed to "Rogo filio Milonis Gloec et Cecilie uxori sue filie Pag fil Johis" the lands of her father by charter dated to [Dec 1137/May 1138][332]. She married secondly Guillaume de Poitou. The primary source which confirms her second marriage has not yet been identified. She married thirdly (before 1166) Gauthier de Mayenne. "Walter de Maine" confirmed the donation of land in Perriton to Bruton by undated charter witnessed by "Cecilia comitissa uxore mea…"[333]. The Red Book of the Exchequer, listing scutage payments in [1190/91], records "comitissa Hereford quæ fuit uxor Walteri de Meduana" paying "xiv l x s de scutagio militum de veteri feffamento xxix milites" in Kent[334]. The Red Book of the Exchequer, listing scutage payments in [1196/97], records "honor Walteri de Meduana" paying "xxix l, per Ciciliam comitissam Herfordiæ et Willelmum de Monte Kanisio, xxix milites" in Kent[335].

3. WALTER FitzMiles (-1159 or after). The Historia fundationis cum fundatoris genealogia of the priory of Abergavenny names “Rogerum comitem, Henricum, Walterum, Maiel et Wilielmum” as the five sons of “Milonem” & his wife, adding that Walter died childless[336]. “Mylo constabularius de Gloucestria” donated property to Lanthony abbey, naming “antecessores mei Rogerus de Gloecestria et Walterus constabularius”, by charter dated 1137, supplemented by another later donation (undated) jointly with "uxor mea Sibilla et filii mei Rogerus et Walterus atque Henricus"[337]. “Waltero fratre meo” witnessed the undated charter under which “Rogerus comes Herefordiæ” donated property to Brecknock priory[338]. The Gesta Stephani Regis records that "Walterius…frater comitis Herefordiæ" captured "Rogerium de Berchelai" and tortured him, dated from the context to [1147][339]. He was Constable of Henry II King of England in 1154[340]. Sheriff of Gloucester 1155-1157, and of Hereford 1155-1159[341]. The History of Gloucester St Peter records the donation by "Rogeri comes Herfordiæ" on becoming a monk at the monastery, and the donation of "Walterus constabularius Herefordiæ frater eius" (both undated)[342]. He succeeded his brother in 1155 as Lord of Abergavenny and Brecknock. He left for Palestine [Michaelmas] 1159, dying soon after[343].

4. HENRY FitzMiles (-murdered Castle Arnold, near Abergavenny Easter [1159/63], bur Lanthony Priory, Gloucester). The Historia fundationis cum fundatoris genealogia of the priory of Abergavenny names “Rogerum comitem, Henricum, Walterum, Maiel et Wilielmum” as the five sons of “Milonem” & his wife[344]. “Mylo constabularius de Gloucestria” donated property to Lanthony abbey, naming “antecessores mei Rogerus de Gloecestria et Walterus constabularius”, by charter dated 1137, supplemented by another later donation (undated) jointly with "uxor mea Sibilla et filii mei Rogerus et Walterus atque Henricus"[345]. He succeeded his brother Walter as Lord of Abergavenny and Brecknock. The Historia fundationis cum fundatoris genealogia of the priory of Abergavenny records that “Waltero constabulatio totius Angliæ” granted “castrum de Abergavenny cum tota terra superioris Wenciæ” to “Henrico…filio Milonis” during the lifetime of his father, and that Henry succeeded on the death of his brother Roger, was killed by “quodam satellite…Senell, filio Donwaldi, iuxta castrum Arnaldi in superiore Wencia”, and was buried “apud Lanthoniam primam”[346]. He was murdered by Seisyll ap Dyvnwal[347]. A manuscript in Aske´s collections names “Milo…Erle of Herforde, Lord of Bricone and of all the Forest of Done, and also Constable of England…Roger…his first begotten sonne…Henri his brother Lord of Bricone…” among those buried at Lanthony Priory[348]. m ISABELLA, daughter of --- (-after 1166). "Ysabele uxor Henrici de Herford" held "v milites in dotem" from "Margareta de Boun" in Gloucestershire in 1166[349].

5. MAHEL FitzMiles (-after [Jan 1162/64], bur Lanthony Priory, Gloucester). The Historia fundationis cum fundatoris genealogia of the priory of Abergavenny names “Rogerum comitem, Henricum, Walterum, Maiel et Wilielmum” as the five sons of “Milonem” & his wife, adding that Mahel died childless[350]. He succeeded his brother Henry as Lord of Abergavenny and Brecknock. “Maihelus de Hereford” donated property to Brecknock priory by undated charter which names “Bernardus de Novo-mercato avus meus…Milo pater meus…fratres mei Rogerus comes, et Walterius constabularius et Henricus”, witnessed by “…Humfridus de Buhun nepos meus…”[351]. A manuscript in Aske´s collections names “Milo…Erle of Herforde, Lord of Bricone and of all the Forest of Done, and also Constable of England…Roger…his first begotten sonne…Henri his brother Lord of Bricone…Michel Lord of Bricone…” among those buried at Lanthony Priory[352].


6. WILLIAM FitzMiles (-Bronllys Tower, co. Brecon [1164/66]). The Historia fundationis cum fundatoris genealogia of the priory of Abergavenny names “Rogerum comitem, Henricum, Walterum, Maiel et Wilielmum” as the five sons of “Milonem” & his wife, adding that William died childless[353]. He succeeded his brother Mahel as Lord of Abergavenny and Brecknock. He was mortally wounded by a stone dropped from Bronllys Tower, co. Brecon[354].

7. BERTHE . The Historia fundationis cum fundatoris genealogia of the priory of Abergavenny names “Margaretam, Bertam et Luciam” as the three daughters of “Milonem” & his wife, adding that Berthe married “Philippo de Brusa domino de Duelth“ (naming their descendants) and inherited “tota terra Breconiæ, Wenciæ superioris et Gower”[355]. A manuscript narrating the history of Brecknock priory records that “Berte” married “Willame de Brewes”, and also lists her descendants[356]. "Willielmus de Braiosa" confirmed the donations to the church of Saints Gervais et Protais de Briouze by "Philippus de Braiosa pater eiusdem Willielmi", by undated charter, witnessed by "Bertam conjugem meam, Philippum fratrem meum"[357]. m (before [1140]) WILLIAM de Briouse, son of PHILIPPE de Briouse] & his wife Eleanor of Barnstaple (-[1175]). He was Lord of Abergavenny and Brecon from [1173] by grant of his brother-in-law Mahel FitzMiles[358].

8. LUCY (before 1143-[1219/20] or after, bur Lanthony Priory, Gloucester). The Historia fundationis cum fundatoris genealogia of the priory of Abergavenny names “Margaretam, Bertam et Luciam” as the three daughters of “Milonem” & his wife, adding that Lucy married “Herberto filio Hereberti” and inherited “foresta de Dene et aliis terries in Anglia”[359]. King John confirmed the possessions of Lanthony abbey by charter dated 30 Jul 1199, including the donation of "duas partes de Onedesleye" made by "Margar de Bohun", in accordance with the division made "inter ipsam et Luciam sororem suam"[360]. The Testa de Nevill lists knights who held land from bishop of Worcester, whose assets had been confiscated by King John, dated to [1208/13]: "Henricus de Boun comes Herefordie et domina Lucia que fuit uxor Herberti filii Herberti" held "manerio in Suham et Brokhamt ii milites…in comitatu Glouc"[361]. A feodary of the bishop of Worcester´s estates drawn up in [1219/20] records that "Dame Lucia, widow of Herbert fitz Herbert" held shares in two Gloucestershire manors[362]. A manuscript in Aske´s collections names “Milo…Erle of Herforde, Lord of Bricone and of all the Forest of Done, and also Constable of England…Sibbill wiff of the seid Milo…Luce the third daughter of the seid Milo Erle…” among those buried at Lanthony Priory[363]. m HERBERT FitzHerbert [II], son of HERBERT FitzHerbert [I] & his wife Sibyl Corbet (-before 18 Jul 1204).


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Miles de Gloucester, 1st Earl of Hereford

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Miles de Gloucester, 1st Earl of Hereford, Lord of Brecknock (1100–24 December 1143), was the son of Walter de Gloucester, who appears as sheriff of that county between 1104 and 1121.

Milo or Miles succeeded his father about the latter year.

He was high in the service of Henry I between 1130 and 1135, he was Constable of England and combined the hereditary office of Sheriff of Gloucester with that of local justiciar for Gloucestershire.

Civil war allegiances

After the death of King Henry he declared for Stephen, at whose court he appears as constable in 1136. King Stephen granted him the honour of Gloucester and Brecknock. However, in 1139, when the empress Matilda appeared in England, he declared for her, and placed the city of Gloucester at her disposal; he was further distinguished by sacking the nearby royalist city of Worcester, attacking Stephen's siege works at Wallingford Castle and reducing the county of Hereford. He was retained as her Constable.

Earldom

In 1141, he was rewarded with the earldom of Hereford when Matilda ruled the country. He remained loyal to the Empress after her defeat at Winchester the same year. John of Salisbury classes him with Geoffrey de Mandeville and others who were non tam comites regni quam hostes publici. The charge is justified by his public policy; but the materials for appraising his personal character do not exist.

Family and children

He married Sybil de Neufmarche, daughter of Bernard de Neufmarche, Lord of Brecon and Nest, granddaughter of Gruffydd ap Llywelyn, in 1121. Their children were:

  1. Bertha of Hereford, married William de Braose before 1150, by whom she had issue.
  2. Roger Fitzmiles, 2nd Earl of Hereford.
  3. Walter de Hereford died after 1159 in the Holy Land. He was Sheriff of Gloucester in 1155-1157 and Sheriff of Hereford in 1155-1159.
  4. Henry Fitzmiles Henry of Hereford, died 12 April 1165. He succeeded to the title of Baron Abergavenny in 1141/42.
  5. William de Hereford. He died before 1160 without issue.
  6. Mahel de Hereford, died October 1165 at Bronllys Castle, Breconshire, Wales, mortally hurt when a stone dropped from the tower during a fire; died without issue. Buried at Llanthony Priory.
  7. Margaret de Gloucester, married Humphrey de Bohun, by whom she had issue.
  8. Lucy of Gloucester, married Herbert FitzHerbert of Winchester, Lord Chamberlain, by whom she had issue. Buried at Llanthony Priory.

External links

   * Impression of the Seal of Miles Fitzwalter of Gloucester, Earl of Hereford, Lord of Abergavenny & Caldicot

Sources

   * Continuation of Florence of Worcester (ed. B Thorpe, 1848-1849); the Cartulary of Gloucester Abbey (Rolls series); and John Horace Round's Geoffrey de Mandeville (1892).

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Miles of Gloucester, Earl of Hereford, and Constable of England, was also called Milo de Gloecestria.

He received from King Henry I Sibyl, daughter of Bernard de Neufmarche, in marriage with all the lands of her father and mother after their death or before is they so willed it, whence came the lordship of Brecknock in 1121.

He succeeded his father as constable and sheriff of Gloucester circa 1126. He switched sides and joined King Stephen's enemies, and joined Robert of Gloucester in inviting the Empress Matilda to England in 1139. He assisted Brien fitzCount in saving Brien's castle at Wallingford, for which Brien granted Miles the honour of Abergavenny in 1139/40.

He was named earl of Hereford in recognition of his services on 25 July 1141 by the Empress Maud.

He died of a hunting accident. He was buried in the Chapterhouse of Llanthony Priory, Gloucester, England.

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Baron of Brecknock and Lord High Constable of England --------------------

Earl of Hereford

-------------------- Miles de Gloucester, 1st Earl of Hereford, Lord of Brecknock (1100–24 December 1143), was the son of Walter de Gloucester, who appears as sheriff of that county between 1104 and 1121.

Milo or Miles succeeded his father about the latter year.

He was high in the service of Henry I between 1130 and 1135, he was Constable of England and combined the hereditary office of Sheriff of Gloucester with that of local justiciar for Gloucestershire.

He married Sybil de Neufmarche, daughter of Bernard de Neufmarche, Lord of Brecon and Nest, granddaughter of Gruffydd ap Llywelyn, in 1121. Their children were:

Bertha of Hereford, married William de Braose before 1150, by whom she had issue.

Roger Fitzmiles, 2nd Earl of Hereford.

Walter de Hereford died after 1159 in the Holy Land. He was Sheriff of Gloucester in 1155-1157 and Sheriff of Hereford in 1155-1159.

Henry Fitzmiles Henry of Hereford, died 12 April 1165. He succeeded to the title of Baron Abergavenny in 1141/42.

William de Hereford. He died before 1160 without issue.

Mahel de Hereford, died October 1165 at Bronllys Castle, Breconshire, Wales, mortally hurt when a stone dropped from the tower during a fire; died without issue. Buried at Llanthony Priory.

Margaret de Gloucester, married Humphrey de Bohun, by whom she had issue.

Lucy of Gloucester, married Herbert FitzHerbert of Winchester, Lord Chamberlain, by whom she had issue. Buried at Llanthony Priory. -------------------- First name aka 'Miles'/'Milon'.

Source: The book, 'The Thomas Book' -------------------- Miles de Gloucester, 1st Earl of Hereford, Lord of Brecknock was the son of Walter de Gloucester, who appears as sheriff of that county between 1104 and 1121.

Milo or Miles succeeded his father about the latter year.

He was high in the service of Henry I between 1130 and 1135, he was Constable of England and combined the hereditary office of Sheriff of Gloucester with that of local justiciar for Gloucestershire.

Miles founded Llanthony Secunda Priory, Gloucester, in 1136.

In 1141, he was rewarded with the earldom of Hereford when Matilda ruled the country. He remained loyal to the Empress after her defeat at Winchester the same year. John of Salisbury classes him with Geoffrey de Mandeville and others who were non tam comites regni quam hostes publici. The charge is justified by his public policy; but the materials for appraising his personal character do not exist.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_de_Gloucester,_1st_Earl_of_Hereford -------------------- Miles de Gloucester (Miles FitzWalter) was born on 1100. Miles married Sybile De Neufmarche and had a child: Bertha De Pitres. He passed away on December 24, 1143.

NOTE: See link for further information :

[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_of_Gloucester,_1st_Earl_of_Hereford]

Miles De Gloucester (Miles FitzWalter), 1st Earl of Hereford is my 29th great grandfather.

-------------------- During "The Anarchy" (1135 - 1154) -- "Miles served as Constable to King Stephen (de Blois) of England. He later served in the same capacity to Empress Matilda (also a grandchild of William the Conqueror) after he had transferred his allegiance. In 1141, she made him Earl of Hereford in gratitude for his loyalty. On 24 December 1143, he was killed whilst on a hunting expedition in the Forest of Dean."

Wikipedia -- "Bertha of Hereford"

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