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Robert "the Chamberlain" Bigod MP (c.1015 - 1071)

"Bigot", "le Bigod"

Robert le Bigod was a poor Knight who gained the favour of William, Duke of Normandy, by informing him of the intended treachery of William Werlenc, Count of Mortain. Robert held the lands of Malitot, ...

3/17/2007 1/21/2016

Raoul de Tosny, III, Seigneur de Conches, Lord of Flamstead MP (1029 - c.1102)

"Ralph", "de Toeni"

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 Montfor...

10/21/2007 5/9/2015

Eustace III, count of Boulogne MP (c.1058 - 1125)

"Count of Boulogne", "Eustace III", "comte de Boulogne", "The Norman Hunter", "Eustace The Norman", "Eustace Fitznorman", "Eustace Montalt"

Eustace III of Boulogne From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Eustace III, was a count of Boulogne, successor to his father Count Eustace II of Boulogne. His mother was Ida of Lorraine. Eustace appeare...

2/25/2007 11/30/2014

Hamon Dapifer Sheriff of Kent MP (1032 - 1100)

"Le Seneschal", "The Counsellor", "Hamon /FitzHamo/ Haimo", "Baron Thoringni", "Haimo"

Haimo or Hamo (died around 1100) (sometimes Haimo Dapifer[1] or Hamo Dapifer[2]) was an Anglo-Norman royal official under both King William I of England and King William II of England. He held the of...

7/23/2007 7/9/2014

Robert de Comyn, Earl of Northumberland MP (1022 - 1069)

"Robert or Osbert Cumton/Comyns/Cumin's/de Comines"

Robert de Comines, Earl of Northumberland (between 1068 and 28 January 1069). He was created by king William the conqueror earl of Northumberland in 1069. He died on 28 January 1068/69 in Durham, E...

7/23/2007 5/14/2013

Turstin FitzRolf From Wikipedia, This knight depicted in the Bayeux Tapestry is sometimes stated to depict Turstin FitzRolf, but is in fact more likely to be Eustace II, Count of Boulogne as the kn...

1/11/2009 3/23/2013

Sir Alured de Valer MP (c.1040 - aft.1086)

See for his history. Fought in the Battle of Hastings in 1066 and was alive at the time of the Doomsday Book in 1086. A Norman knight who came over to England with William the Conqueror, fought at th...

7/22/2010 1/20/2013

William "the Conqueror", king of England MP (1024 - 1087)

"William I of England", "William the Conqueror", "Guillaume le Conquérant", "Guillaume le Bâtard", "FitzRobert", "the Duke of Normandy", "William II", "William the Bastard", "William II Duke of Normandy", "William FitzRobert", "William Beauclerc", "William of Normandy", "Gui....."

Guillaume 'le Conquérant' FitzRobert, Duc de Normandie, Roi d'Angleterre , in English: William the Conqueror, King of England Parents Robert 'le Diable', Duc de Normandie & his mistress Herlève de ...

2/26/2007 9/29/2012

Robert le Brus MP (c.1066 - 1094)

"Robert "The Rook""

See The Brus Family in England and Scotland, 1100-1295 by Ruth Margaret Blakely, Boydell Press, 2005 (on Google Books) ------------------ D: I23240 Name: Robert "The Rook" De BRUCE Given Name: ...

5/18/2011 9/7/2012

William "the Seemly" Sinclair of Roslin MP (c.1028 - c.1078)

"de St. Clair", "de Saint-Clair"

William "the Seemly" de Saint-Clair (Sinclair) (c1028-c1078), 1st Lord of Roslin. He was called "the Seemly" because of demeanor and appearance. He was "well-proportioned in all his members, of midle s...

11/7/2007 9/7/2012

Waldonius, count of Saint-Clair MP (c.1005 - 1054)

"Valeran", "Waldern", "Waldron", "Waleran", "Gaudron de Saint-Clair", "de St. Clair", "Sinclar"

(4/18/2017) It is noted below that Walderne came to England with William the Conqueror. However, this is impossible as William the Conqueror invaded England in 1066, and Walderne, according to this aut...

7/28/2007 9/7/2012

Sources: Keats-Rohan, K.S.B. Domesday Descendants: A Prosopography of Persons Occurring in English Documents, 1066-1166. The Boydell Press, 2002. p. 538. -------------------- Ilbert I de Lacy...

11/18/2007 9/1/2012

Names of his father is not known; his mother was named Emma, and he likely had a brother Ilbert (progenitor of the Lacy family of Pontrefact) and a sister Helwise, who married William de Ebroys. Died...

11/14/2007 9/1/2012

Ralph de St. Leger MP (c.1036 - d.)

Sir Ralph fought at the Battle of Hastings Accompanied William the Conqueror to England and fought at the Battle of Hastings.

7/30/2007 9/1/2012

Drogo de Monte-Acuto MP (c.1040 - 1125)

"Drogo /de Monteacuto/"

was born about the year 1040. He became the trusted companion, follower, and intimate friend of Robert, Earl of Moriton (or Mortain), the favorite brother of William, Duke of Normandy. Drogo and the ...

10/11/2008 8/25/2012

Saher de Saye MP (b. - c.1110)

"Saytun", "Sayton", "Seton"

The first of the line of Scottish "Sey-tuns": Saher de Saye was the founder of the long line of Scotch Setons was, as has been said, a Norman refugee. His peculiar fore-name, which is found written S...

5/21/2008 9/7/2011

Brien Tihern de Bretagne MP (c.1042 - c.1070)

BRIEN [Brient] de Bretagne (-maybe 14 Feb ----). Guillaume de Jumièges names "Brian fils d'Eudes comte de la petite Bretagne" recording that he defeated the sons of Harold II King of England[692]. The ...

6/14/2008 7/29/2011

Alan de Richemond MP (c.1044 - 1093)

"Alan de Richemond", "Alain le Roux"

Alan Rufus From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Alain Le Roux) Alan Rufus or Alain le Roux ("Alan the Red"; c. 1040-1089), was was a relative and companion of William the Conque...

6/19/2008 7/29/2011

Eustace II, count of Boulogne MP (1020 - 1087)

"Eustache II de Boulogne Count De Boulogne", "Eustaas II van Boulogne", "Eustace II", "count of Bologne"

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 Hastings, and afterwards received a large honour in En...

6/10/2007 2/12/2011

Sir Jean Ricardus Chauvin MP (1040 - 1115)

"Sir Richard Coffyn"

12/7/2010 12/7/2010

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

"King Harold II", "Harold Gōdwines", "Harald Godwinson", "Harold Godwinson", "Harold II"

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 Harold...

3/3/2007 12/6/2010

Gyrth Godwinsson, Earl of East Anglia MP (c.1030 - 1066)

"Gyrð Gōdwinson"

Gyrth Godwinson (Old English: Gyrð Gōdwinson) (c. 1032[1] – October 14, 1066) was the fourth son of Earl Godwin, and thus a younger brother of Harold II of England. He went with his eldest brother Sw...

9/15/2007 12/6/2010

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 with H...

9/15/2007 12/6/2010

CURATORS NOTE: Contradictory accounts exist about whether his mother was Beatrice de Vascoeuil or Emma de Bellecombe, but recent scholarship leans towards the latter, who some report to have been Ranul...

5/20/2007 12/6/2010

Ælfwig and 12 of his abbots fought at the Battle of Hastings and were all slaughtered

6/9/2008 12/6/2010

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

"Guillaume", "Braiose", "de Brieuze", "de Briouse", "de Briouze", "Lord", "Guillaume de Briouze"

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. ...

7/20/2007 12/6/2010

A Norman knight who came over to England with William the Conqueror, fought at the Battle of Hastings on October 14, 1066, was granted land in England for hismilitary services and whose name is in The ...

7/3/2008 12/6/2010

Guillaume I Malet, seigneur de Graville MP (c.1014 - c.1071)

"William Malet", "Seigneur de Graville et de fiefs en Caux", "Mallet", "Guillaume Malet", "Lord of Eye & High Sheriff of Suffolk"

He was Seigneur de Graville-Sainte-Honorine, Sheriff of York (1068), and Governor of York Castle. He was a Companion of William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. William I Malet LINK...

8/2/2007 12/6/2010