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Hereward "The Exile", Thegn of Mercia MP (1035 - c.1072)

Hereward The Wake "le Wac" means "the Banished" Excerpt from A Brief History of The Anglo -Saxons" by Geoffrey Hindley "With the country in turmoil, 'the English people from the Fens' had flocked t...

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Aélis de Beaumont-sur-Oise MP (c.1045 - 1091)

ADELISE [Aelis] de Beaumont , daughter of IVO Comte de Beaumont & his first wife Judith --- ([before 1045]-Rouen 11 Jul 1091, bur Saint-Evroul[310]). She is named as wife of Hugues by Orderic Vitalis, ...

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Gyða þórgilsdóttir MP (1001 - 1069)

Gytha (?) F, #102179, d. after 1069 Last Edited=9 Apr 2006 Gytha (?) was born at Denmark. (3) She was the daughter of Thorgils 'Sprakalegg' Styrbjornson and Sigrid of Halland. (1), (2) She marr...

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Leofwine Godwinsson, Earl of Essex and Kent MP (c.1035 - 1066)

Leofwine Godwinson (c. 1035[1] – October 14, 1066) was a younger brother of Harold II of England, the fifth son of Earl Godwin. When the Godwin family was exiled from England in 1051 he went...

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Robert de Gernon, of Chester MP (1035 - 1086)

Some family trees label him as "Duke of Boulogne"--but there was no duchy of Boulogne. There were Counts of Boulogne, but there is no record of a Robert as Count of Boulogne during this period. Rather,...

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Raoul I de Fougères MP (c.1070 - 1124)

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Harold de Ewyas I, Lord of Ewyas MP (c.1057 - c.1100)

Relationships: Parents: Ralph / Raoul "The Timid" de Mantes (d. 21 December 1057) Unknown. (Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700 - by Frederick Lewis We...

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William Fitz Nigel, Constable of Chester MP (c.1058 - 1080)

Nigel was Baron of Halton in Cheshire; he was also Constable of Chester in Cheshire.--------------------The son of Nigel of Cotentin. He also held the honour of being the Marshal of the Earls' host, wh...

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Ranulphus (Ralph) I FitzHubert de Praers, Lord of Stoke MP (c.1038 - 1127)

Sources: "Stokes--1,000 Years" by W.E.D. Stokes; "Falaise Roll." WED: Ranulphus de Praers, the first ancestor of the Stokes family in England. Lord of the vil of Stoke near Liverpool. Also known as...

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Eudo FitzHubert de Rie, Steward MP (1047 - c.1080)

"Le Dapifer" refers to his role as Dapifer (Seneschal or Steward) to the King of England. Eudo Dapifer (or Eudo de Rie) was steward to William the Conqueror. Eudo built Colchester Castle in the latte...

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Hugh Fitz Baldric, Saxon Thane of Cowsby MP (1045 - 1086)

There are many discussions of Hugh FitzBaldric and his extensive landholdings in Conquest, Anarchy and Lordship: Yorkshire, 1066-1154 By Paul Dalton (available online through Googlebooks). John Marwo...

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William FitzBaderon de Monmouth MP (c.1087 - c.1138)

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William FitzAnsculf de Picquigny, Lord of Dudley Castle MP (1044 - 1086)

from : "It is thought one of the Conqueror's followers, Ansculf de Picquigny , built the first {Dudley] castle in 1070.[2] and that his son, William Fitz-Ansculf , was in possession of the castle whe...

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Henry de Ferrers, of Tutbury MP (1036 - 1088)

Henry de FERRERS (1036-1088) [Pedigree] Son of Walkelin de FERRIERES (1010-1089) b. Abt 1036, Ferrieres, Normandy, France d. 1088, Tutbury Castle, Tutbury, Stafford, Eng. Married Bertha ROBERTS...

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William de Falaise (1050 - 1073)

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Guillaume "Crespin" d'Evreux, Comte d'Evreux MP (c.1019 - 1118)

Son of Richard Comte d'Evreux and Godehildis GUILLAUME "Crespin" d'Evreux (-18 or 20 Apr 1118, bur Fontenelle, monastery of Saint-Wandrille[1564]). Guillaume de Jumièges names Guillaume as son...

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Guillaume Lord Hastings, d'Eu MP (1055 - 1096)

From Eu, port of Seine-Maritime. Second son of Count Robert. Second wife, Hugh of Chester's sister. Lord of Sussex rape of Hastings. Rebelled 1088 and 1094; blinded, castrated and executed, 1096. Holdi...

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Robert fitz Wimarc MP (c.1007 - c.1071)

Who was Robert fitz Wimarc? The surname of Wymarc was derived from the Old French and Old Breton, "Wiuhomarch", and was brought into England in the wake of the Norman conquest of 1066. The name was c...

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Ralph de Guarder/de Gael,1st Earl of Norfolk MP (c.1039 - 1096)

Also called Ralph Waher and Ralph de Guarder. Born in England, son of Ralph the Staller, Earl of Hereford, and Agatha. First Earl of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge. Responsible for beginning work on No...

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Wautier I de Douai MP (1037 - 1111)

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Milo Crispin MP (1046 - 1085)

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Guy de Nevers MP (c.1070 - 1118)

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Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare, 1st Earl of Pembroke MP (c.1065 - 1114)

Gilbert FitzRichard d. 1114/7 was son and eventual heir of Richard FitzGilbert of Clare and heiress Rohese Giffard. He succeeded to his father's possessions in England in 1091; his brother, Roger Fit...

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Adeliza (Adelise) FitzOsbern, Countess of Hereford MP (c.1035 - 1070)

Daughter of Roger de Toeni (Tosny) de Conches and Adelaida de Barcelona. Married William FitzOsbern of Breteuil. Charles Cawley writes in the FMG Medieval Lands database: ADELISA (-6 Oct ----, bur ...

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Osbern fitz Osbern, Bishop of Exeter MP (c.1032 - 1103)

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William Fitzosbern, 1st Earl of Hereford MP (c.1036 - 1071)

William FitzOsbern, Earl of Hereford. Son of Osbern de Crépon and Emma d'Ivry Married: Adelisa Richilde (no children) Children with Adelisa: 1. Guillaume (William) 2. Roger 3. Emma 4. (daughte...

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Gōdwine Wulfnothsson, Earl of Wessex MP (987 - 1053)

Godwin Wulfnothsson Married Gytha Thorgilsdottir GODWIN, son of WULFNOTH & his wife --- ([993]-Winchester 15 Apr 1053, bur Winchester Old Minster[398]). According to Florence of Worcester, Earl...

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Eadgyth Gōdwinesdatter, Queen of England MP (c.1029 - 1075)

Eadgyth of Wessex (1) F, #102177, b. circa 1020, d. 18 December 1075 Last Edited=11 Dec 2005 Eadgyth of Wessex was born circa 1020. (1) She was the daughter of Godwine, Earl of Wessex and Gytha (?). ...

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Gytha ou Getha Clopa or Clapa MP (1028 - 1099)

B: 1028 Of, , Herefordshire, England Gytha of Norfolk , Countess of Hereford--------------------She was perhaps the daughter of Osgood Clapa.--------------------Notes, George S Brewer Gethe held land...

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Geoffroi de la Guerche MP (1039 - 1094)

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Hugues de Grandmesnil, Sheriff of Leicestershire MP (1032 - 1094)

Hugh de Grandmesnil, Lord Hinckle From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hugh de Grandmesnil (1032 – 22 February 1098), also known as Hugh or Hugo de Grentmesnil or Grentemesnil, was a comman...

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Roger d'Ivry, seigneur d'Ivry, King's Butler (William I) MP (b. - 1089)

Roger d'Ivry From Medlands: [ ROGER d'Ivry (-after 24 Apr 1089). No information has so far been found on the parentage of Roger, but presumably he was closely connected to Robert d'Ivry, husband ...

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Judith de Lens, Countess of Huntingdon MP (c.1054 - c.1086)

Judith of Lens From Wikipedia Countess Judith (born in Normandy between 1054 and 1055, died after 1086), was a niece of William I of England|William the Conqueror. She was a daughter of his sister ...

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Waltheof, Earl of Northumbria MP (1045 - 1076)

Waltheof (1050-31 May 1076), Earl of Northumbria and last of the Anglo-Saxon earls. He was the only English aristocrat to be formally executed during the reign of William I. He was reputed for his phys...

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Serlo Sire de Burci MP (1029 - 1066)

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Alain IV "Fergant" de Cornouaille, duc de Bretagne MP (c.1067 - 1119)

Alan IV, Duke of Brittany From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Alan IV Fergant (died 13 October 1119) was Duke of Brittany, from 1084 until his abdication in 1112. He was also Count of Nantes and Co...

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Roger de Breteuil, Earl Of Hereford MP (c.1056 - 1086)

ROGER de Breteuil from Medlands: (-after 1087). Guillaume de Jumièges names "Guillaume et Roger l'Obstiné" as the two sons of Guillaume FitzOsbern and Adelisa[204]. On the death of ...

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William I de Braose MP (c.1049 - c.1095)

William (Guillaume) de Braose (Briouze), 1st Lord of Bramber son of unknown father, and mother named Gunnor name of his wife is unknown *-- alternately reported as Eve de Boissey or Agnes de St. ...

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Eustace II de Boulogne, comte de Bologne MP (c.1020 - c.1087)

-------------------- -------------------- From Wikipedia: Eustace II, (c. 1015-1020 – c. 1087) [1][2] was count of Boulogne from 1049-1087, fought on the Norman side at the Battle of H...

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Hugues de Bolbec, of Whitchurch MP (c.1036 - d.)

HUGH de Bolebec of Whitchurch, Buckinghamshire . m ---. Hugh & his wife had [two] children, Walter and Herbert.

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Roger Bigod, I, Earl of East Anglia MP (1060 - 1107)

CURATOR's NOTE (from Pam Wilson, 6 Sept 2010): Roger I Bigod (Bigot), Seigneur ("Earl") of Norfolk/ East Anglia probably son of Robert Bigod, Chamberlain to King William I (the Conqueror), and a da...

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Harold Godwinsson, King of England MP (c.1022 - 1066)

Harold Godwinson (c. 1022 – 14 October 1066) also known as Harold II, was the last Anglo-Saxon King of England before the Norman Conquest. Married: Ealdgyth, Gryffydd's widow, they had one son...

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Roger "Senior" de Berkeley, of Gloucestershire and Wiltshire MP (c.1040 - 1093)

Parents are not known. Had one known brother, Ralph. Listed as a major landholder in the Domesday Book of 1085. Became a monk in 1091. Rode with William the Conqueror. =========== (1) William de ...

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St. Edward the Confessor, King of the English MP (c.1003 - 1066)

Edward the Confessor, Parents: Æthelred and Emma de Normandie. No children. LINKS MEDIEVAL LANDS EADWARD ([1005]-Palace of Westminster 5 Jan 1066, bur Westminster Abbey[1845]). "Ea...

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Robert de Beaumont, 1st Earl Leicester MP (c.1046 - 1118)

Robert de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Leicester and Count of Meulan (1049 – 5 June 1118) Parents: Roger de Beaumont and Adeline of Meulan, daughter of Waleran III, Count de Meulan, and an older br...

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Roger de Vieilles de Beaumont, comte de Meulan MP (1022 - 1094)

Roger de Beaumont Roger de Beaumont (le Barbu) Roger de Beaumont-le-Roger (c. 1015 – 29 November 1094) was son of Humphrey de Vielles (himself a great-nephew of the Duchess Gunnora of Norman...

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Henry de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Warwick MP (1045 - 1119)

Henry de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Warwick (? – 20 June 1123) was a Norman nobleman. He is also known as Henry de Neubourg or Henry de Newburgh, from the castle of Newburg near Louviers, in Norm...

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Hugh de Beauchamp, of Bedford MP (c.1055 - 1114)

HUGH de Beauchamp ([1050/60]-[1114]). His birth date range is suggested by his absence from any charters of King William I, which indicates that he may have come of age in the latter part of the king...

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Eudes de Conteville, évêque de Bayeux MP (c.1036 - 1096)

Odo (Eudes) de Conteville. Bishop of Bayeux, Earl of Kent. Parents: Herluin and Herlève. One illegitimate son: Jean de Bayeux LINKS MEDIEVAL LANDS EUDES [Odo] (-Palermo [2/6] Jan...

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Nele or Niel (Nigel) d'Aubigny, Lord of Mowbray MP (1072 - 1129)

Nele d' Aubigny1 b. circa 1064, d. circa 21 November 1129 Father Roger de Albini2 b. circa 1040 Mother Avitia de Montbrai2 b. circa 1045 Also called Nigel d' Aubigny.3 Nele d' Aubigny was young...

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Urse d'Abetot, Sheriff of Worcester MP (c.1045 - 1077)

From and The Domesday Book (Thomas Hinde, ed., 1985, CLB International) d'Abetot, Urso - Also called Urso of Worcester. From Abbetot, Seine-Maritime (France). Sheriff of Worcestershire. Brother of Ro...

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Robert I Malet, seigneur de Graville, Baron of Eye MP (c.1045 - 1106)

Robert I Malet of Eye was born before 1051 in Normandy. He succeeded his father in Normandy circa 1071. He succeeded his father to a large English fief centered upon Eye circa 1071 in Suffolk. Robert...

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Geoffrey I de Mandeville, Sire of Essex, Constable of the Tower of London MP (c.1036 - c.1085)

GEOFFREY de Mandeville (-after 1104). “…Josfridi de Magna Villa…” witnessed the charter dated to [1070/75] under which William I King of England donated Plumstead to St Au...

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Ralph I "The Timid" de Mantes (d. 1057), Earl of Hereford MP (c.1026 - 1057)

Relationships: Parents: Father: Dreux/Drogo de Mantes (d. 13 August 1035, somewhere west of Nicaea en route to Europe), Comte de Mantes, Comte d"Amiens Mother: Godgifu/Goda of England (d. befor...

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Godgifu MP (c.1004 - 1055)

Godgifu, or Goda, of England. Daughter of Æthelred Unræd and Emma de Normandie Married: 1. Dreux 2. Eustache GODGIFU [Goda] (-before 1049). Her parentage is stated by Orderic ...

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Dreux de Mantes, Comte du Vexin et d'Amiens MP (c.1000 - 1035)

Relationships Parents: Father: Gauthier II "le Blanc" (d. after 1017), Comte d'Amiens et du Vexin Mother: Adela (fl. 1006) Siblings: 1. Raoul de Mantes (d. 1060) 3. Foulques de Mantes...

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Alfred of Marlborough (deceased)

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Matilda of Flanders, Queen Consort of England MP (1032 - 1083)

Matilde Maud de Flandre (van Vloandern) Matilda of Flanders Parents: Baudouin V 'le Pieux', Comte de Flandre & Alix Capet Spouse: Guillaume (William) I Conqueror Children: Robert Curthose...

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Hugh "Lupus" d'Avranches, 1st Earl of Chester MP (1047 - 1101)

Hugh "Lupus" d'Avranches, 1st Earl of Chester, Vicomte d'Avranches Grandson of William the Conqueror. B: abt 1047 Normandy, France D: 27 Jul 1101 St. Werburg's Abbey, Cheshire, England Many membe...

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Lady Godiva MP (c.980 - 1067)

Godiva (or Godgifu) (fl. 1040-1080) was an Anglo-Saxon noblewoman who, according to legend, rode naked through the streets of Coventry in England in order to gain a remission of the oppressive toll imp...

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Eadwine, Earl of Mercia MP (c.1028 - 1070)

Edwin, King of the East Saxons, deposed by the Conqueror, and killed in battle with the Normans, 1071. His sister married, 1st, the Welsh King Gruffydd. “Her name was Ealdgyth and her brothers w...

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Ælfgifu MP (c.997 - c.1092)

Ælfgifu, daughter of Morcar & Ealdgyth Ælfthryth's daughter Married to Ælfgar III, son of Leofric and Godgifu (Lady Godiva). Children: 1. Eadwin 2. Morcar 3. Ealdgyth of ...

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Alfgar, Earl of Mercia MP (c.1002 - 1059)

Ælfgar of Mercia, son of Leofric and Godgifu (Lady Godiva) Married Ælfgifu, daughter of Morcar Three children: 1. Edwin 2. Morcar 3. Ealdgyth Married secondly a daughter of Gr...

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Leofric III, Earl of Mercia MP (968 - 1057)

Leofric (b 968, d 31 Aug or 30 Sep 1057) Earl of Mercia Parents: Leofwine & his wife Spouse: "Lady Godiva" Godgifu Child: Ælfgar of Mercia LINKS MEDIEVAL LANDS LEOFRIC, son of LEOFWINE E...

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Baldwin, comte de Brionne MP (c.1022 - 1090)

BAUDOUIN de Brionne Baldwin de Brion, who accompanied his relative, William of Normandy, to England, and became high sheriff of Devonshire. He m. Lady Albreda, daughter of Richard-goz d'Abrancis, Vis...

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Guillaume de Mohun, seigneur de Moyon MP (1042 - c.1100)

William de Moyon From Wikipedia: Image on Wiki page: "Domesday records dozens of manors given to William de Moyon"[1] William de Moyon or William de Moion was seigneur of Moyon and Sheriff of Som...

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Hugues II de Montfort-sur-Risle MP (c.1020 - c.1088)

Vital Statistics Hugues II de Monfort-sur-Risle (died after 1088) was the son of Hugues I "cum barba" . Apparently the second son. He fought in the battles of Mortmaer in 1054 and Hastings in 1066....

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Robert de Mortagne, Earl of Cornwall MP (1031 - 1090)

Robert de Mortain, came to England with William The Conqueror. Parents: Herlève de Falaise and Herluin de Conteville Spouses: 1. Mathilde Montgommery 2. Almodis Do NOT merge with Roger Montg...

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Ralph de Mortimer MP (c.1055 - 1137)

Ralf de Mortimer ------------------------- ------------------------- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The founder of the English House of Mortimer of Wigmore. Ralf de Mortimer was born i...

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Hasculfus Musard MP (1070 - c.1130)

From the Early Richmonds webpage: A general survey taken around the year 1100 indicates he held lordships in Demesne, Keddington and Chilworth, Oxfordshire, as well as, Saintbury, Gloucestershire. ...

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Morcar, High Reeve of Northumbria MP (c.960 - 1015)

Morcar, son of Arngrim Married Ealdgyth, daughter of Ælftryth FATHER: ARNGRIM. m ---. The name of Arngrim's wife is not known. Arngrim & his wife had two children: BROTHER: SIGEFERTH (-mur...

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Tostig Godwinson, Earl of Northumbria MP (c.1025 - 1066)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tostig Godwinson (1026? – September 25, 1066) was an Anglo-Saxon earl of Northumbria and brother of King Harold II of England, the last crowned Anglo-...

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Ralph (Radulf) Paynel, Sheriff of Yorkshire MP (c.1050 - 1088)

Sheriff of Yorkshire. "Radulf Paganel Norman, from a family associated with Moutiers-Hubert, Calvados, arr. Lisieux, cant. Livarot, and Hambye, Manche, arr. Coutances, cant. Gavray (Loyd,77), Domes...

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Ranulph de Peverel, of Hatfield MP (c.1030 - 1072)

Ranulph Peverel also appears in Domesday as the lord of sixty-four manors. Of a verity, the merits of these Peverels must have been great, or their influence at Court from some cause or another extra...

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William "The Elder" Peverel, of Nottingham MP (c.1040 - c.1113)

William Peverel (c. 1050-c. 1115, also William de Peverel), was a Norman knight said to have fought at the Battle of Hastings William's mother seems to have been a Saxon named Maud, daughter of the...

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Hugh de Port, Lord of Seamer MP (1030 - 1066)

Seamer SEAMER Semær (xi cent.); Semere (xi–xviii cent.); Semar (xii-xvi cent.); Seymer, Semour (xvi-xviii cent.). This parish is composed of the townships of Seamer and Irton and the ...

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Reinbald De Presbyter (The Elder) (deceased)

Praters descended from "Reinbald de Presbyter" ...( Reinbald Prater the Elder) The first Chanceller of England under King William, duke of Normandy We are not certain where our ancestor was born ...

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Ribald FitzEudes, Lord Middleham and Spennithrone MP (c.1050 - c.1121)

Ribald was the 1st Norman Lord of Middleham and Spennithorne in Yorkshire. His brother, Alan Rufus, son-in-law of William the Conqueror, gave him these estates which, after the Norman Conquest, were le...

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Robert le Despenser MP (c.1066 - 1119)

Despenser held the office of royal steward, or dispenser, under King William II.[1] Despenser's surname derived from his office.[4][note 1] Although Despenser was married, the name of his wife is not k...

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Hubert (Humbert) de Rie, Steward of Normandy MP (1008 - 1086)

The following is a sketch of Hubert's son Eudo, but provides information about Hubert as well. The Conqueror and His Companions by J.R. Planché, Somerset Herald. London: Tinsley Brothers, 1874...

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Humphrey "The Bearded" or "The Old" de Bohun I MP (c.1040 - 1113)

Godfather of William the Conqueror Excerpted from Les Seigneurs de Bohon by Jean LeMelletier, Coutances: Arnaud-Bellee, 1978. HUMPHREY THE OLD (died before 1093) was a modest Norman nobleman. He ga...

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Raoul III de Tosny, seigneur de Conches MP (1029 - c.1102)

Raoul (Ralph) III de Tosny / Toeni / Toni, Seigneur de Conches, Lord of Flamstead (d. 24 March 1102) son of Roger "de Conches" de Tosny and his second wife, Godechilde married Isabelle de Montfort ...

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Edward of Salisbury, Earl MP (c.1060 - c.1130)

Edward of Salisbury (Edward the Sheriff) (son of Walter de Ewrus) was born Abt. 1060 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, and died Bef. 1130. He married Maud Fitzhubert on 1090 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, En...

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Richard FitzScrob MP (c.1030 - 1067)

Scrope from Wikipedia Origin of name The name (pronounced "Scroop") may be derived from the old Anglo-Norman word for "crab" and that it began as a nickname for a club-footed illegitimate son of ...

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Roger II de Montgomery, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury MP (1022 - 1094)

ROGER [II] de Montgommery Earl Roger & his first wife had ten children 1. Roger 2. Robert 3. Hugues (Hugh) 4. Roger "le Poitevin" (married Almodis) 5. Philippe 6. Arnoul 7. Emma 8. Ma...

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Siward Biornsson, Earl of Northumbria MP (c.1020 - 1055)

Siward was the son of Bjørn Bearsson, mother's name unknown. Siward or Sigurd (Old English: Sigeweard ) was an important earl of 11th-century northern England. The Old Norse nickname Digri a...

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Robert of Tosny, Lord of Stafford MP (c.1031 - 1088)

PLEASE NOTE that while Wikipedia says that he is the son of Roger "Conches/The Spaniard" de Tosny (or alternately of Raoul/Ralph II de Tosny), the scholarly research of the Medieval Lands database (see...

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Suein (Sweyn) fitz Robert MP (c.1035 - c.1086)

Swein is an Old Norse name : "Swein" is a traditional English name derived ultimately from the Old Norse personal name Sveinn, Sven, Sweyn, and means "a youth - a young man". This name appears in Teu...

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Ivo de Taillebois, Sheriff of Lincoln, 1st Baron of Kendal MP (1036 - 1094)

There is much confusion as to his identity--his parentage, especially. The following articles seem to indicate that he was NOT (1) the son of Foulques/Fulk, (2) the son of Richard de Roumare (his wife ...

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Gauthier II "Tyrel", seigneur de Poix MP (c.1065 - 1136)

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Richard FitzGilbert de Bienfaite, Lord of Clare and of Tonbridge MP (1024 - c.1087)

Earl Richard "De Tonbridge" FitzGilbert - also known as de Clare - was born about 1024, lived in Bienfaite, Normandy, France and died about 1090 in St. Neots, Huntingdonshire, England . He was the son ...

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Walter fitz Other de Windsor MP (1037 - 1100)

According to William Addams Reitwiesner ( wrei@loc.gov ) 10 Dec 1995 : For the correct origin of the Fitzgerald family see the articles by J. H. Round, "The Origin of the FItzGeralds," in *The Ancest...

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Beringar (Berenger) de Todeni / Toeni / Tosny / Toni of Belvoir MP (1066 - c.1116)

Not listed in FMG Medieval Lands database as a son of Robert I de Tosny and Adelisa FitzOsulf but indicated as such in some other sources (need references).

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Robert de Toeni, Lord of Belvoir MP (c.1030 - 1088)

His parentage is unknown for certain. PLEASE NOTE: (1) Robert de Toni/Tosny Lord of Belvoir (married Adelais) MAY or MAY NOT be the same as (2) Robert de Tosny also known as Robert de Stafford (married...

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Judeal Johel de Totnais MP (c.1049 - c.1123)

" JUHEL de Totnes (-[1099/1129]). [“…Whali [Rahel?] filii Aluredi…” witnessed the charter dated 1082 under which William I King of England granted land at Covenham to the ch...

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Piers (Peter) de Valognes, I MP (1045 - c.1087)

Piers de Valognes/Valoines/Valence The best information I have found on Piers de Valognes/Valoines/Valence came from an extended discussion among medieval genealogy scholars on GEN-MEDIEVAL-L in 2004...

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Alberic / Aubrey "Sanglier" de Vere, Sheriff of Berkshire MP (c.1030 - c.1112)

The known origin of the family is quite clearly at Ver in the Cotentin, in Normandy and close to Brittany. (Many Flemish families were settled here, and the early adoption of their quartered coat, gule...

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William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey MP (c.1036 - 1088)

William I de Warenne, Earl of Surrey Parent: Rudolph de Warenne & Béatrice (Gunnor's niece) Spouse 1: Gundred, sister of Gerbod "the Fleming" Children: 1. William 2. Edith 3. (daughter), m...

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