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Guillame de Vernon

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Vernon, Haute-Normandie, France
Death: Died in Vernon, Haute-Normandie, France
Place of Burial: Vernon, Haute-Normandie, France
Immediate Family:

Son of Hugh 'Monk of St Vandrille' /de Reviers/ de Vernon
Husband of Emma fitz Osbern
Father of Adela de Cotentin (de Vernon); Richard de Vernon, seigneur de Reviers; Walter de Vernon, Lord of Vernon and Hugues de Reviers

Occupation: Lord de Vernon
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About Guillaume de Vernon, seigneur de Vernon

wikipedia entry

http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/VERNON.htm#William De VERNON1

William De VERNON Died: AFT 1052 Married: Emma FITZOSBERN Children: 1. Richard De VERNON (Seigneur De Reviers) http://cybergata.com/roots/5188.htm

2. Walter De Vernon

This family is descended from the Lords of Vernon, in the duchy of Normandy. Their common ancestor, William de Vernon, assumed his surname from the town and district of Vernon, whereof he was sole proprietor, annon 1052. He founded and richly endowed the collegiate and parochial church of St. Mary, in Vernon, for a Dean and Secular Canons, and lies interred there, under an altar monument, whereon is his effigies.

He had two sons, Ricahrd and Walter, both who came to England with William the Conqueror. The younger, Walter obtained the Lorships of Winfleton, Nesse, Ledsame and Preston, in Cheshire; Hertwell, Adestock and Plact-Merton, in Bucks, and had a shire in his father's possessions in Normandy; but dying without issue, they descended to his elder brother, Richard de Vernon, Lord of Vernon.

~Collin's Peerage of England, Vol. 7, pg. 648

~Ormerod's The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, "Vernon of Shipbrook Pedigree, Vol. III" p. 252, begins the family with William, Lord of Vernon in Normandy who had two sons, Richard de Vernon and Walter de Vernon.

From Medlands:

(Conflicting with the above i.e. no son Walter and above omits son Hugues and daughter Adelisa) son of Hugues de Vernon (-[1063/66]) :

GUILLAUME de Vernon (-[4 Jun ----]).

  • A charter confirms that "Guillelmus de Vernono cum patre suo…Hugone, Sancti Wandregisili monacho" sold land "apud Martinvillam" to Sainte-Trinité de Rouen in 1053, with the consent of "Willelmo Normannorum consule", signed by "Willelmi comitis, Mathildis comitissæ, Hugonis Vernonensis, Willelmi filii eius, Ricardi filii Gisleberti comitis…"[2232].
  • "…Raberius et Willelmus de Vernone…" witnessed the charter dated 29 Aug 1060 under which "milite…Richardo…fratribus Willelmo…atque Balduino" donated "Gausberti Villa" to Chartres Saint-Père[2233].
  • "Willelmus Vernonensis filius Hugonis eiusque conjux Emma" donated property at "castrum Vernonense" to Sainte-Trinité de Rouen, with the consent of "Willelmo rege Anglorum et duce Normannorum", by undated charter[2234].
  • "Willelmi Vernonensi" witnessed the undated charter of "Emma mulier de Longa Villa"[2235].
  • Guillaume de Vernon, his son Hugues and his wife Emma donated property to Rouen Holy Trinity, confirmed in the charter dated to [1067][2236]. [The necrology of Mont-Bourg records the death "4 Jun" of "Guillelmus de Reveriis senex"[2237].]

m EMMA, daughter of OSBERN de Crépon & his wife Emma d'Ivry . "Willelmus Vernonensis filius Hugonis eiusque conjux Emma" donated property at "castrum Vernonense" to Sainte-Trinité de Rouen, with the consent of "Willelmo rege Anglorum et duce Normannorum", by undated charter[2238]. Guillaume de Vernon, his son Hugues and his wife Emma donated property to Rouen Holy Trinity, confirmed in the charter dated to [1067][2239]. Her parentage is confirmed by a charter of Carisbrooke Priory, Isle of Wight which names “Johannem et Ricardum” as the two sons of “Willielmum filium Osberni marescallum…comitem Herefordiæ” who predeceased their father, and records that their inheritance went to “Ricardo de Rivers, nepoti prædicti Willielmi filii Osberni, tunc comiti Exoniæ”[2240].

Guillaume & his wife had three children:

a) RICHARD de Reviers (-8 Sep 1107, bur Abbey de Montebourg[2241]). His parentage is surmised by the references to his supposed brother Hugues and the latter's parents. Seigneur de Reviers, de Vernon et de Néhou in Normandy. - UNTITLED ENGLISH NOBILITY - VERNON.

b) HUGUES de Reviers (-after 1089). Guillaume de Vernon, his son Hugues and his wife Emma donated property to Rouen Holy Trinity, confirmed in the charter dated to [1067][2242]. He is assumed to be the same person as "Hugues" uncle of Baldwin de Reviers Earl of Devon named in a charter of King Henry I to the canons of Breamore[2243]. "…Hugo de Vernon…" witnessed the charter dated 1089 under which Robert III Duke of Normandy confirmed the restoration of the monastery of Saint-Vigor near Bayeux[2244].

c) ADELISA [Alice] de Reviers . The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. Her husband's grant of land to Montebourg abbey was confirmed by her brother Richard de Reviers[2245]. m as his first wife, RICHARD de Angerville, son of ---.


[jweber.ged]

Curt Hofemann, curt_hofeman@yahoo.com, wrote in a post-em:

A charter for Daint-Pere of Chartres, which was passed before 1061, and probably before 1053, show that at the time the family had then obtained full lordship of Vernon, together with its castle; and William of Vernon retained tis lordship until after the Norman conquest, his last recorded act being in 1077 when he made a grant to the monestary of Le Bec. It is rare indeed that the origin of a Norman territorial family of the second class can be illustrated with this particularity from the independent charters of four religious houses. [Ref: Wm. the C., Douglas, p87

Regards, Curt

Sources: 1.Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000 Page: IV:310 (a) 2.Title: Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com Page: Paul Reed (Reedpcgen), 8 Jul 1998 Text: father of Adela 3.Title: jweber.ged Repository: Media: Other Text: Date of Import: 11 Jan 2005 4.Title: jweber.ged Repository: Media: Other Text: Date of Import: 12 Jan 2005 5.Title: jweber.ged Repository: Media: Other Text: Date of Import: 14 Jan 2005 6.Title: jweber.ged Repository: Media: Other Text: Date of Import: 19 Jan 2005

Om Guillaume de Vernon, seigneur de Vernon (Norsk)

William comte de Vernon (Guillaume) William sitt etternavn fra byen og distriktet av Vernon i hertugdømmet Normandie, der han var eneeier i 1052. Han grunnla og utstyrte kirken St. Mary i Vernon og ligger gravlagt der. I 1053 William av Vernon og hans far Hugh ga eiendommer ved Martainville fem miles fra byen. til Holy Trinity i Rouen Han var gift med Emma Fitzosbern de hadde 4 barn Richard, Hugues, Walter og Adelisa. Sønnene Richard og Walter kom til England med Vilhelm Erobreren.

wikipedia entry

http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/VERNON.htm#William De VERNON1

William De VERNON Died: AFT 1052 Married: Emma FITZOSBERN Children: 1. Richard De VERNON (Seigneur De Reviers) http://cybergata.com/roots/5188.htm

2. Walter De Vernon

This family is descended from the Lords of Vernon, in the duchy of Normandy. Their common ancestor, William de Vernon, assumed his surname from the town and district of Vernon, whereof he was sole proprietor, annon 1052. He founded and richly endowed the collegiate and parochial church of St. Mary, in Vernon, for a Dean and Secular Canons, and lies interred there, under an altar monument, whereon is his effigies.

He had two sons, Ricahrd and Walter, both who came to England with William the Conqueror. The younger, Walter obtained the Lorships of Winfleton, Nesse, Ledsame and Preston, in Cheshire; Hertwell, Adestock and Plact-Merton, in Bucks, and had a shire in his father's possessions in Normandy; but dying without issue, they descended to his elder brother, Richard de Vernon, Lord of Vernon.

~Collin's Peerage of England, Vol. 7, pg. 648

~Ormerod's The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, "Vernon of Shipbrook Pedigree, Vol. III" p. 252, begins the family with William, Lord of Vernon in Normandy who had two sons, Richard de Vernon and Walter de Vernon.

From Medlands:

(Conflicting with the above i.e. no son Walter and above omits son Hugues and daughter Adelisa) son of Hugues de Vernon (-[1063/66]) :

GUILLAUME de Vernon (-[4 Jun ----]).

  • A charter confirms that "Guillelmus de Vernono cum patre suo…Hugone, Sancti Wandregisili monacho" sold land "apud Martinvillam" to Sainte-Trinité de Rouen in 1053, with the consent of "Willelmo Normannorum consule", signed by "Willelmi comitis, Mathildis comitissæ, Hugonis Vernonensis, Willelmi filii eius, Ricardi filii Gisleberti comitis…"[2232].
  • "…Raberius et Willelmus de Vernone…" witnessed the charter dated 29 Aug 1060 under which "milite…Richardo…fratribus Willelmo…atque Balduino" donated "Gausberti Villa" to Chartres Saint-Père[2233].
  • "Willelmus Vernonensis filius Hugonis eiusque conjux Emma" donated property at "castrum Vernonense" to Sainte-Trinité de Rouen, with the consent of "Willelmo rege Anglorum et duce Normannorum", by undated charter[2234].
  • "Willelmi Vernonensi" witnessed the undated charter of "Emma mulier de Longa Villa"[2235].
  • Guillaume de Vernon, his son Hugues and his wife Emma donated property to Rouen Holy Trinity, confirmed in the charter dated to [1067][2236]. [The necrology of Mont-Bourg records the death "4 Jun" of "Guillelmus de Reveriis senex"[2237].]

m EMMA, daughter of OSBERN de Crépon & his wife Emma d'Ivry . "Willelmus Vernonensis filius Hugonis eiusque conjux Emma" donated property at "castrum Vernonense" to Sainte-Trinité de Rouen, with the consent of "Willelmo rege Anglorum et duce Normannorum", by undated charter[2238]. Guillaume de Vernon, his son Hugues and his wife Emma donated property to Rouen Holy Trinity, confirmed in the charter dated to [1067][2239]. Her parentage is confirmed by a charter of Carisbrooke Priory, Isle of Wight which names “Johannem et Ricardum” as the two sons of “Willielmum filium Osberni marescallum…comitem Herefordiæ” who predeceased their father, and records that their inheritance went to “Ricardo de Rivers, nepoti prædicti Willielmi filii Osberni, tunc comiti Exoniæ”[2240].

Guillaume & his wife had three children:

a) RICHARD de Reviers (-8 Sep 1107, bur Abbey de Montebourg[2241]). His parentage is surmised by the references to his supposed brother Hugues and the latter's parents. Seigneur de Reviers, de Vernon et de Néhou in Normandy. - UNTITLED ENGLISH NOBILITY - VERNON.

b) HUGUES de Reviers (-after 1089). Guillaume de Vernon, his son Hugues and his wife Emma donated property to Rouen Holy Trinity, confirmed in the charter dated to [1067][2242]. He is assumed to be the same person as "Hugues" uncle of Baldwin de Reviers Earl of Devon named in a charter of King Henry I to the canons of Breamore[2243]. "…Hugo de Vernon…" witnessed the charter dated 1089 under which Robert III Duke of Normandy confirmed the restoration of the monastery of Saint-Vigor near Bayeux[2244].

c) ADELISA [Alice] de Reviers . The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. Her husband's grant of land to Montebourg abbey was confirmed by her brother Richard de Reviers[2245]. m as his first wife, RICHARD de Angerville, son of ---.


[jweber.ged]

Curt Hofemann, curt_hofeman@yahoo.com, wrote in a post-em:

A charter for Daint-Pere of Chartres, which was passed before 1061, and probably before 1053, show that at the time the family had then obtained full lordship of Vernon, together with its castle; and William of Vernon retained tis lordship until after the Norman conquest, his last recorded act being in 1077 when he made a grant to the monestary of Le Bec. It is rare indeed that the origin of a Norman territorial family of the second class can be illustrated with this particularity from the independent charters of four religious houses. [Ref: Wm. the C., Douglas, p87

Regards, Curt

Sources: 1.Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000 Page: IV:310 (a) 2.Title: Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com Page: Paul Reed (Reedpcgen), 8 Jul 1998 Text: father of Adela 3.Title: jweber.ged Repository: Media: Other Text: Date of Import: 11 Jan 2005 4.Title: jweber.ged Repository: Media: Other Text: Date of Import: 12 Jan 2005 5.Title: jweber.ged Repository: Media: Other Text: Date of Import: 14 Jan 2005 6.Title: jweber.ged Repository: Media: Other Text: Date of Import: 19 Jan 2005

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Guillaume de Vernon, seigneur de Vernon's Timeline

1030
1030
Vernon, Haute-Normandie, France
1040
1040
Age 10
Vernon, Eure, Normandy, France
1045
1045
Age 15
Vernon Castle, Department of Eure, Haute-Normandie, France
1055
1055
Age 25
Vernon Castle, Duchy of Normandy, France
1056
1056
Age 26
Plouigneau, Normandy, France
1077
1077
Age 47
Vernon, Haute-Normandie, France
1077
Age 47
Vernon, Haute-Normandie, France