Rudolf ll de Warenne, II (c.1020 - c.1074) MP

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Nicknames: "Ralph", "de Varennes"
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Birthplace: Varenne Near Bellencombre, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
Death: Died in Varenne,Seine-Inferieure,Normandy,France
Occupation: Norman Noble, fought at Hastings
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About Rudolf ll de Warenne, II

Rudolf II de Warenne, son of Rudolf I of Warenne, was a Norman aristocrat and progenitor of the Earl of Surrey family line.

He is known only from his subscriptions to two charters of his father for the Holy Trinity of Rouen. As his fathers lands near Rouen and in the Pays de Caux did not pass to his son William or William's descendants, it is likely that Rodulf succeeded to them on his father's death.

The Family of Warenne originated from near Normandy, France. The de Warenne surname derives from the castle of that name on the Varenne River, which flows through the territory William acquired in Upper Normandy.

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He married Emma in or before 1059 - both were still living in 1074, and had several children.

   * Rudolf III de Warenne - who inherited most of the family lands in Normandy.
   * William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey - who fought with William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings and was reward with vast land holdings as the Earl of Surrey.
   * Frederick de Warenne - who was killed by Hereward the Wake. He is listed in the Domesday book holding lands in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. (Domesday, ff.196, ii.465b, 170b, 172b). Another source lists Frederick as the brother of William's wife, Gundred [1].

References

  1. ^ Orderic Vitalis Vol II, P 219
   * K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Nottingham Med. Studies, vol. 37, 1993, pp. 21-4.
   * Cartography of Ste Trinité Abbey - cf. vol. 12, part 1, p. 492, notes h and i, citing Cart. Ste Trinité, nos xxix and xxxv.
   * Corrections to Early British Genealogy
   * Warren Family History Project

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  1. ID: I27461
  2. Name: Rodulph II DE WARENNE
  3. Sex: M
  4. Change Date: 5 AUG 1997

Father: Ralph (or Rodulf) DE WARENNE b: ABT 0988 in Normandy, France

Mother: Beatrix DE VASCOEUIL

Marriage 1 Emma b: ABT 1020 in Normandy, France

Children

  1. Has No Children Rodulph III DE WARENNE
  2. Has Children William DE WARENNE Earl of Warenne Y b: ABT 1055 in Bellencombe, Seine-Inferieure, France

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Rudolf II de Warenne, son of Rudolf I of Warenne, was a Norman aristocrat and progenitor of the Earl of Surrey family line.

He married Emma in or before 1059 - both were still living in 1074, and had several children.

   * Rudolf III de Warenne - who inherited most of the family lands in Normandy.
   * William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey - who fought with William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings and was reward with vast land holdings as the Earl of Surrey.
   * Frederick de Warenne - who was killed by Hereward the Wake. He is listed in the Domesday book holding lands in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. (Domesday, ff.196, ii.465b, 170b, 172b). Another source lists Frederick as the brother of William's wife, Gundred [1].

References

  1. ^ Orderic Vitalis Vol II, P 219
   * K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, Nottingham Med. Studies, vol. 37, 1993, pp. 21-4.
   * Cartography of Ste Trinité Abbey - cf. vol. 12, part 1, p. 492, notes h and i, citing Cart. Ste Trinité, nos xxix and xxxv.
   * Corrections to Early British Genealogy
   * Warren Family History Project

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Ralph DE WARENNE

   * Father: Rudolf DE WARENNE
   * Mother: Beatrice DE VASCOEUIL
   * Birth: 1030, Normandy, France
   * Death: 1074
   * Partnership with: Emma in BELLECOMBE
         o Child: William DE WARENNE Birth: 1050, Bellecombe, France
         o Child: Rodulf DE WARENNE Birth: 1053

Ancestors of Ralph DE WARENNE

                 /-Hugh 'Bishop of Countance' DE MORTIMER
       /-Rudolf DE WARENNE
       |         |         /-Herfastus 'the Dane' DE CREPON
       |         -Gunnora DE CREPON

Ralph DE WARENNE

       |         /-Tesselin DE ROUEN
       -Beatrice DE VASCOEUIL

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Rudolf II de Warenne, son of Rudolf I of Warenne, was a Norman aristocrat and progenitor of the Earl of Surrey family line.

He is known only from his subscriptions to two charters of his father for the Holy Trinity of Rouen. As his fathers lands near Rouen and in the Pays de Caux did not pass to his son William or William's descendants, it is likely that Rodulf succeeded to them on his father's death.

The Family of Warenne originated from near Normandy, France. The de Warenne surname derives from the castle of that name on the Varenne River, which flows through the territory William acquired in Upper Normandy.

Family

He married Emma in or before 1059 - both were still living in 1074, and had several children.

Rudolf III de Warenne - who inherited most of the family lands in Normandy.

William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey - who fought with William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings and was reward with vast land holdings as the Earl of Surrey.

Frederick de Warenne - who was killed by Hereward the Wake. He is listed in the Domesday book holding lands in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. (Domesday, ff.196, ii.465b, 170b, 172b). Another source lists Frederick as the brother of William's wife, Gundred.

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Rudolf II de Warenne, son of Rudolf I of Warenne, was a Norman aristocrat and progenitor of the Earl of Surrey family line.

He is known only from his subscriptions to two charters of his father for the Holy Trinity of Rouen. As his fathers lands near Rouen and in the Pays de Caux did not pass to his son William or William's descendants, it is likely that Rodulf succeeded to them on his father's death.

The Family of Warenne originated from near Normandy, France. The de Warenne surname derives from the castle of that name on the River Varenne, which flows through the territory William acquired in Upper Normandy.

He married Emma in or before 1059 - both were still living in 1074, and had several children.

Rudolf III de Warenne - who inherited most of the family lands in Normandy.

William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey - who fought with William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings and was reward with vast land holdings as the Earl of Surrey.

Frederick de Warenne - who was killed by Hereward the Wake. He is listed in the Domesday book holding lands in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. (Domesday, ff.196, ii.465b, 170b, 172b). Another source lists Frederick as the brother of William's wife, Gundred

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Rudolf II de Warenne, son of Rudolf I of Warenne, was a Norman aristocrat and progenitor of the Earl of Surrey family line.

He is known only from his subscriptions to two charters of his father for the Holy Trinity of Rouen. As his fathers lands near Rouen and in the Pays de Caux did not pass to his son William or William's descendants, it is likely that Rodulf succeeded to them on his father's death.

The Family of Warenne originated from near Normandy, France. The de Warenne surname derives from the castle of that name on the Varenne River, which flows through the territory William acquired in Upper Normandy.

Family

He married Emma in or before 1059 - both were still living in 1074, and had several children.

Rudolf III de Warenne - who inherited most of the family lands in Normandy.

William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey - who fought with William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings and was reward with vast land holdings as the Earl of Surrey.

Frederick de Warenne - who was killed by Hereward the Wake. He is listed in the Domesday book holding lands in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. (Domesday, ff.196, ii.465b, 170b, 172b). Another source lists Frederick as the brother of William's wife, Gundred

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Rudolph de Warenne

M, #4486, d. after 1074

Last Edited=18 Sep 2002

    Rudolph de Warenne died after 1074.

Child of Rudolph de Warenne and Beatrice (?)

William I de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey+ d. 24 Jun 1088

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodulf_II_de_Warenne -------------------- Rudolf II de Warenne, son of Rudolf I of Warenne, was a Norman aristocrat and progenitor of the Earl of Surrey family line.

He is known only from his subscriptions to two charters of his father for the Holy Trinity of Rouen. As his fathers lands near Rouen and in the Pays de Caux did not pass to his son William or William's descendants, it is likely that Rodulf succeeded to them on his father's death.

The Family of Warenne originated from near Normandy, France. The de Warenne surname derives from the castle of that name on the River Varenne, which flows through the territory William acquired in Upper Normandy.

He married Emma in or before 1059 - both were still living in 1074, and had several children.

Rudolf III de Warenne - who inherited most of the family lands in Normandy.

William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey - who fought with William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings and was reward with vast land holdings as the Earl of Surrey.

Frederick de Warenne - who was killed by Hereward the Wake. He is listed in the Domesday book holding lands in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. (Domesday, ff.196, ii.465b, 170b, 172b). Another source lists Frederick as the brother of William's wife, Gundred

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Rodulf II de Warenne's Timeline

1020
1020
Varenne Near Bellencombre, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
1053
1053
Age 33
Varenne near Bellencombre, Seine Inferieure, Normandy, France
1074
1074
Age 54
Varenne,Seine-Inferieure,Normandy,France
1960
January 26, 1960
Age 54
January 26, 1960
Age 54
January 26, 1960
Age 54
January 26, 1960
Age 54
January 26, 1960
Age 54
January 26, 1960
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March 23, 1960
Age 54