Name: Alberic De Vere
Birth: ABT 1030
Residence: Saxham, Cambridge, England
Occupation: Sheriff of Berkshire 1
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Change Date: 27 JUN 2009
780+ AD Milo de Ver: Duke of Aungiers and Duke Leader of Great King Charles house, in 800AD Milo married Bertbelle, sister of Great King Charles Charlemagne. Charlemagne is the ancestor of every existing Christian European ruling or former ruling house or dynasty.
800+ AD Rouland de Ver (son of Milo and Bertbelle): Held the titles of the "Earl of Palatine", "Earl of Maunce and Bleuys" however, he was killed by warring Pagans at Rumcidevale.
800+ AD Baldwine de Ver: became "Duke of Maunce" after his brother Rouland's death.
800+ AD Milo deVer (ii) (son of Milo [i]) Held title of the "Earl of Genney or Gisney or Ghisnes", he married Avelina the daughter to the "Earl of Nauntes" and they had two sons, Nicasius and Milo(iii).
800+ AD Nicasius de Ver : married Agatbe daughter to the "Earl of Champaign" and gave issue to Otbo "de Vere" who later became the "Earl of Genney".
800+ AD Otbo de Vere: married Constance daughter to the "Lord of the Charters" and gave issue to Amelius de Ver
Amelius de Ver: Earl of Genny married Helena daughter of Earl Bloys
Gallus de Ver: Earl of Genny married Gerbrudis daughter to the Lord Cleremont. (Gallus - Guillaume went with Aubri and the King to England).
Mansses de Ver: Earl of Genny married Petronilla daughter of the Earl of Boleine.
Alphonsus 1 de Vere: Earl of Genney, Count of Ghesnes (Genny, alias Gisney) married Katarine daughter to Arnalde Earl of Flaunders. And was a "Councilor to Edward the Confessor".
1000+ Albury 2 de Ver: Earl of Genney wed - Beatrice Sister to King William the Conqueror. Alberic went with the King to England. He used the motto,"Albri Comes" which meanings "Albery of truth cometh", de -of ;
Ver- true. Albery is also Aubri, Albury, Alberic (in Latin); Alphonsus (in Greek). He built "Hedingham Castle".
In 1086 Aubrey de Ver, the ancestor of the Earls of Oxford, in addtion to his tenancies-in-chief in several counties, was an under-tenant of Geoffrey bishop of Coutances in Kensington, Middlesex, and two places in Northamptonshire. This indicates that his place of origin was Ver (as indicated), which is 18 k South of Coutances and not Ver in the Bessin.
[Origins of Some Anglo-Norman Families]
Alberic/Aubrey de Ver (a place in the Cotentin Peninsula, Normandy), probably himself a Norman; b. by 1040; by the Domesday Survey held numerous manors, chiefly in Cambs, Essex, and Suffolk--Hedingham, Essex being the chief one, but also in Hunts, Middx (including Cheniston, now Kensington) and Northants; references to him as Chamberlain occur c1110; founded Earl's Colne Priory, Essex, where he and many of his descendants are burried; Sheriff Berks by 1106; married Beatrice and died probably 1112. [Burke's Peerage]
- Alberic or Aubrey De Vere b: ABT 1062
- Rohese De Vere b: 1070 in Hedingham, Essex
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