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  Aymer de Valence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was a half brother of Henry III of England; his mother was Isabella of Angouleme, the second wife of King John, his father was Hugh X of Lusignan, the count of La Marche, whom Isabelle married in 1220.
Aymer was illiterate, ignorant of the English language, and wholly secular in his mode of life.
Aymer, however, gained, the support of the pope; he was on his way back to England when he was overtaken by a fatal illness at Paris.
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 EARLS OF PEMBROKE - LoveToKnow Article on EARLS OF PEMBROKE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Trusted by the popular party, Pembroke was made governor of the Isle of Wight, and he was one of the representatives of the parliament on several occasions, notably during the negotiations at Uxbridge in 1645 and at Newport in 1648, and when the Scots surrendered Charles in 1647.
PEMBROKE DOCK (formerly known as Pater, or Paterchurch), a naval dockyard and garrison town, is situated close to Hobb's Point, at the eastern extremity of Milford Haven.
With the passing of the Act of Union of Wales and England in 1536 however, the jura regalia of the county palatine of Pembroke were abolished, and the prosperity of the town began to decline.
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 Robert I of Scotland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Robert Bruce was born the first child and eldest son of, and of Marjorie of Carrick, 3rd Countess of Carrick, daughter of, Earl of Carrick.
In May 1301, de Umfraville, John Comyn and William Lamberton also resigned as joint guardians and were replaced by Sir John de Soulis as sole guardian.
Elizabeth de Burgh was the daughter of Richard Og de Burgh, 2nd Earl of Ulster.
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 PAISLEY - LoveToKnow Article on PAISLEY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The monastery became an abbey in 1219, was destroyed by the English under Aymer de Valence, earl of Pembroke, in 1307, and rebuilt in the latter half of the r4th century, the Stuarts endowing it lavishly.
At the Reformation (1561) the fabric was greatly injured by the 5th earl of Glencairn and the Protestants, who dismantledthe altar, stripped the church of images and relics, and are even alleged to have burnt it.
The abbey lands, after passing from his son the earl of Abercorn to the earl of Angus and then to Lord Dundonald, were purchased in 1764 by the 8th earl of Abercorn, who intended making the abbey his residence, but let the ground for building purposes.
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 Earl of Pembroke   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The Earldom of Pembroke, associated with Pembroke Castle in Wales, was created by King Stephen of England.
On 1 September 1533 King Henry VIII created Anne Boleyn Marchioness of Pembroke in her own right, a signal honor, because his great-uncle Jasper Tudor had been the earl of Pembroke.
Thomas Herbert, 8th Earl of Pembroke, 5th Earl of Montgomery (1656-c.
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 Charlemagne to June Murdock Shaputis - Generations 11 to 20
Roger de Newburgh, (son of Henry de Newburgh and unknown) occupation Earl of Warwick, Crusader.
Earl of Huntingdon, Lord of Fortheringhay and Scottysbury in Northampshire.
Henry Plantagenet de Lancaster, occupation Earl of Lancaster.
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 Banks/Dean Genealogy - Person Page 55
William de Braiose was of at Brecknock, Abergavenney and Gowr, Wales.
He married Sibyl de Neufmarché, daughter of Bernard de Neufmarché and Nesta FitzOsbern, in April 1121 She was given in marriage by King Henry I following the death of her parents, along with her father's title and lands.
de Valence was an executor of Aymer de Valence, Bishop of Winchester.
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 Stoke Bruerne | British History Online
Aymer de Valence, earl of Pembroke, died in 1324 seised of one fee in Stoke Bruerne and Alderton held of the honor of Castle Acre (Norfolk), (Footnote 37) in which he had been enfeoffed by John earl of Warenne.
By her second husband Joan had a son, Ralph de Wolverton, who was aged two at his father's death and himself died two years later in 1351, and two daughters, Margaret and Elizabeth, who on Ralph's death became their father's coheirs.
The younger John de Chastillon, who was alive in 1414, died without issue, (Footnote 22) so that his mother's share of Stoke Bruerne and Alderton reverted to the issue of her marriage to John de Wolverton.
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 RICHARD DE CLARE - Online Information article about RICHARD DE CLARE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
marriage with the heiress of Strigul and Pembroke.
Edward V., the earldom of Pembroke merged in the crown.
In 1259 he and Earl Simon were formally reconciled in Paris, and in 1261 he was again in England and once more enjoying the royal favour.
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 1270 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aymer de Valence, 2nd Earl of Pembroke (died 1324)
February 23 - Saint Isabel of France, daughter of Louis VIII of France (born 1225)
Roger Bigod, 4th Earl of Norfolk (born 1212)
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 Battle of Methven - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Perth had fallen to the English in mid-June and Bruce decided to retake the city with the 4500 men he had mustered since his coronation.
Bruce's army reached the city walls on 18 June but agreed to Pembroke's proposal for a postponement of battle to the following day.
The Scottish army camped for the night a few miles west of Perth at Methven, but during the night the English forces conducted a surprise attack on the Scots.
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 pembroke   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Aymer de Valence, son of William, who was half-brother to Henry III.
He fought at the Battle of Falkirk, 1298, and was present at the Siege of Caerlaverock, 1300; then, c ommander of the English forces at Berwick, 1303.
He married first Beatrice, daughter of Raoul de Clermont, Constable of France, second, --- a daughter of the Comte de Bar, and third, Marie, daughter of Guy de Chastillon, Comte de Saint Pol.
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 Banks/Dean Genealogy - Person Page 219
Joan de Munchensi married Sir William de Valence, son of Hugh X of Lusignan and Isabella of Angoulême, on 13 August 1247.
She and Sir William de Valence were excommunicated on 24 May 1265 The King requires the Archbishop of Carterbury to excommunicate them, but will do them justice in his court.
She married Sir William de Valence, son of Hugh X of Lusignan and Isabella of Angoulême, on 13 August 1247.
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 Bothwell Castle - Castle Quest
It was nevertheless a formidable building, and was occupied by Sir Aymer De Valence, an English lord for much of this period.
The castle was left under the control of the Earl of Pembroke, and Governor of Scotland, Aymer de Valence.
He was created Earl of Bothwell, a title borne by his more infamous descendant in the reign of Mary Queen of Scots.
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 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
William de Valence and his son Aymer made many alterations to the castle.
Sir John Talbot the 1st Earl of Shrewsbury was the hero of 40 battles and was slain at the battle of Chatillon in
Earl of Shrewsbury with no male heir brought Goodrich into the hands of Henry Grey, Earl of Kent.
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Seated at Westport the 3rd Marquis of Sligo (5th Earl of Altamont) was, prior to the land legislation of the late nineteenth century, owner of an estate of 114,000 acres.
The lady's dowry included the celebrated 'Coulston Pear' which her remote ancestor, Hugo de Gifford of Yester, a famous magician, was supposed to have invested with the extraordinary virtue of securing unfailing prosperity for the family which possessed it.
Sir David: second son of Sir Stephen, was companion-in-arms of Rickard de Burgo, the Red Earl of Ulster, with whom he was connected by marriage, and obtained extensive possessions near Athenry, the capital of the Anglo-Norman settlers in Connaught.
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 Bannockburn - the Struggle for the Crown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The town fell, the inhabitants were massacred and soon after the Earl of Surrey, sent in pursuit of John Comyn, met his quarry by Dunbar castle and slaughtered his army.
Just over a month after the bloody deed at Dumfries, Bruce was in Scone and there Isabel, Countess of Buchan upheld her family's hereditary right to crown the kings of Scotland by placing a circlet of gold on his head.
In May he challenged de Valence, as was the chivalric custom of the time, to fight him at a certain place and a certain time in a set-piece engagement.
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 Untitled   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
He bitterly opposed the Earl of Lancaster, and accompanied the King on his disastrous expedition to Scotland in 1314, and the defeat at Bannockburn, which placed the King at the mercy of Lancaster, Hugh was forced to resign from the court and the council.
The younger Hugh was charged with piracy, complicity in the murder of Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, and was condemned and was excuted as a traitor with a death similar to his father, and his head was send to London where it was placed on London Bridge.
George John Spencer, the 2nd earl of Spencer was a British public official elected to the House of Commons in 1780.
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 King Edward II
Under Aymer of Valence, Earl of Pembroke, a middle party arose, which hated Lancaster so much that it supported the king to put an end to Lancaster's rule.
She formed a criminal connection with Roger Mortimer of Wigmore, one of the baronial exiles, and in September 1326 landed in Essex accompanied by Mortimer and her son, declaring that she was come to avenge the murder of Lancaster, and to expel the Despensers.
Edward's followers deserted him, and on the 2nd of October he fled from London to the west, where he took refuge in the younger Despenser's estates in Glamorgan.
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History relates that in less than three months after the crown had been placed upon the head of Bruce by the heroic Countess of Buchan, sister of the Earl of Fife (29th March, 1306), he was attacked and defeated at Methven, near Perth, by the English, under Aymer de Valence, Earl of Pembroke.
The young Earl of Mar, "L'enfant qi est heir de Mar," Bruce's nephew, was to be sent to Bristol Castle, to be carefully guarded, "qil ne puisse eshcaper en nule manere," but not to be _fettered_--"mais q'il soit hors de fers, _tant come il est de si tendre age_." In 1308 (1 Edw.
yeris afore in Ingland, was interchangeit with ane duk of Ingland"[3] [Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford].
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 People
This is a list of personalities from the period of the early reign of Edward II followed by some of the non-player characters encountered by the players and finally the player characters.
Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford and Essex Hereditary Constable of England
Edmund Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel, Chief Justiciar of Wales
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 Category:British nobility stubs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Derek Charles Moore-Brabazon, 2nd Baron Brabazon of Tara
Francis Thomas de Grey Cowper, 7th Earl Cowper
Henry George Nelson, 2nd Baron Nelson of Stafford
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Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, assumed command and led the army to defeat at the hands of Robert of Artois in January 1297.
John of Brittanys commission was negotiating to free Aymer de Valence, earl of Pembroke, from a German prince who had abducted the earl on his return journey from the papal court.
Beginning in October 1304, for instance, Guy Ferre shared with Aymer de Valence, soon to be earl of Pembroke, the financial management of the princes household; in 1306 theyreceived 2000 marks (1,333 6s.
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 Malcolm Bull's Calderdale Companion: Battles & Wars: L   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Battle caused by the baronial opposition to the Henry III, and led by Simon de Montfort.
Battle early in the reign of Edward II at which his forces in Scotland, led by Aymer de Valence, Earl of Pembroke, were defeated by Robert de Bruce.
He prepared his position to force Pembroke to attack on a narrow front, and arrayed his men in a tightly packed line of spearmen.
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For detail on the de Montford's, de Clare's, the house of Savoyard and the links to the Welsh and Scottish lines "Edward Plantagenet (Edward I) The English Justinian or The Making of the Common Law" by Edward Jenks, Putnam's, 1902.
The links with the house of Savoyard "Edward I" by L.F. Salzman, Constable, 1968 The house of de Valois "Genesis of Lancaster or The Three Reigns of Edward II, Edward III, Richard II 1307-1399" by James Ramsay, Oxford, 1913.
The Earls of Pembroke and the Earls of Orkney, ibid Volume X. The Earls of Thomond, ibid Volume XII pt 1.
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 ORB Bibliographies: Later Medieval England
Earle, Peter: The Life and Times of Henry V.
Coward, Barry: The Stanleys, Lords Stanley and Earls of Derby, 1385-1672.
Phillips, J.R.S.: Aymer de Valence, Earl of Pembroke, 1307-1324.
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 700000 people connected with European Royalty
Guillaume De Lusignan Valence and Joan De Munchensy
Heinrich III De Nassau-Breda and Fran├žoise Of Savoy
Heinrich III De Nassau-Breda and Claudia Of Chalon And Orange
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 The Richard III and Yorkist History Server
Richmond, C.F. "The Earl of Warwick’s Domination of the Channel and the Naval Dimension of the Wars of the Roses, 1456-1460," Southern History, 20/21 (1998-99): 1-19.
The Stanleys, Lords Stanley and Earls of Derby, 1385-1672.
Criminal Churchmen in the Age of Edward III: The Case of Bishop Thomas de Lisle.
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 webGED: Chris Tuten Ancestry Data Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
His wife Margaret de Cla re was heiress to her nephew Thomas deClare, son of Richard d e Clare, 2nd son of Thomas and Juliane(Cal.Inq.p.m VI #275, p.
Rohese de Vere; Pagan was the son of Hugh de Beauchamp (c.
Isabel de Beauchamp of Stoke Bruem (Nhants) England.[MARSHALL.FTW]
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 Battles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Robert "de Mellent" fitz Regis of Caen, Earl of Gloucester (1122-1147)
Robert the BRUCE, Earl of Carrick, future King of the Scots (1305-1329); fought for Edward I; raised the minimum amount of troops to appease King Edward I. Battle of Roslin, February 1305
Sir Alexander de SETON of that Ilk; defected from the English to the Scots on the eve of the battle
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 The Old road North from Cymmer Abbey
He is passing through Cymmer Abbey and heading south to Pembroke for a tourney to be held by the Earl presumptive, Aymer de Valence, on the feast of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary (8th September).
Raymond and Herluin are much taken with discussing the art of the joust with Sir Walter and the tourney at Pembroke beckons.
Sir Walter has already left on the road south, crossing the river by the ford, and heading for the tourney at Pembroke with his retinue.
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