Bertram de Verdun, II

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About Bertram de Verdun, II

Bertram II de Verdun is one of the sons of Bertram I de Verdun, and the father of Norman de Verdun:

"... in January 1100, William Rufus addressed a writ concerning the restoration of Ranulf Flambard to lands which had been in dispute with Alan Percy in Yorkshire to Thomas, archbishop of York, Bertram de Verdun and the barons of Yorkshire with Bertram being ordered to give Flambard seisin. In September of the same year, Henry I addressed a charter to Gerard, archbishop of York, Bertram de Verdun and the barons of Yorkshire. (...) Given that thirty-four years had elapsed since the Conquest, it is doubtful whether the Bertram de Verdun mentioned in these writs was the same Bertram who had appeared in the Conqueror's reign. Certainly it must have been a second successive Bertram de Verdun who witnessed a charter issued by Ranulf I of Chester in 1124x9 before being succeeded by his son, Norman, by 1129-30"

Mark S. Hagger, "The Fortunes of a Norman Family: The de Verduns in England, Ireland and Wales, 1066-1316", Four Courts Press, 2001, p.24.

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Bertram de Verdun, II's Timeline

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November 30, 1097
Farnham Royal, Buckinghamshire, England
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Farnham Royal, Buckinghamshire, , England
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Wem, Shropshire, , England
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1130
Age 55
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