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  1. William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke, also called William the Marshal, was an Anglo-Norman soldier and statesman. He served five English kings—Henry II, his sons the "Young King" Henry, Richard I, and John, and finally John's son Henry III. Knighted in 1166, he spent his younger years as a knight errant and a successful tournament competitor; Stephen Langton eulogised him as the "best knight that ever lived." In 1189, he became the de facto Earl of Pembroke through his marriage ...

    • Childhood
    • Early Life as A Knight
    • William and Henry, The Young King
    • on Crusade and Fighting Under Henry II
    • William with Richard I
    • William and King John
    • William and Henry III
    • Death of William Marshal

    William Marshal’s father, was John Marshal, called John the Marshal. He was the Lord of Newbury Castle located in County Berkshire in England. When William was a young boy, there was a fierce civil war in England between King Stephen, grandson of William I, also called William the Conqueror and Henry I's daughter, Empress Matilda. When William I di...

    At an early age, William was sent to William de Tancarville to learn the skills of knighthood. He was knighted in 1166. He then crossed the channel to Normandy and went to serve under his uncle, Patrick, the Earl of Salisbury. He fought in Ponthieu in 1168 when greatly outnumbered, his uncle was killed and William was taken prisoner. Marshal's grea...

    William had become a very skilled knight and after his ramsom he became part of Henry II’s household, teaching men to fight. He became tutor, guardian, protector and friend to the son of Henry II, known historically as Henry the Young King. When young Henry was coronated, Marshal was assigned to serve him as captain of the guard and chief of the kn...

    On his deathbed young Henry ordered Marshal to go on Crusade on his behalf. With Henry II's permission, William went on Crusade for two years and his superior fighting skill was recognized by the Knights Templar. When he returned, Henry II at once took him into high favor, and made him a member of his household. Marshal then fought for Henry II aga...

    Richarddid not forget Marshal’s act of bravery and loyalty and when he became King, he took Marshal to fight against the King of France. After a time, Richard decided to go on Crusade and left Marshal in England as the Justiciar of England who acted for the king in his absence and presided over the king's courts during his absence. Richard I reaffi...

    William fought alongside King John and after a time, John made William the Marshal of England.King John was a man who was disliked by many of his barons and Earls. He knew this and distrusted them. When Marshal went over to protect his lands in Ireland the King made him give one of his sons as hostage to make sure that Marshal was not disloyal to h...

    Marshal was quite old by then but managed the affairs of Henry III as Regent and even fought in combat at the Battle of Lincoln. He was approximately 70 years of age. On 14 May 1219 Marshal died at Caversham.

    When he knew he was dying he took on the robe of a Knights Templar and after his death he was buried in the Temple Church in London. William Marshal’s effigycan still be seen at the Temple Church, London, with his son next to him.

  2. William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke (1146 or 1147 – 14 May 1219) was an Anglo-Norman soldier and statesman. He served five English kings – Henry II, his sons the "Young King" Henry, Richard I, and John, and John's son Henry III. Cultural depictions

    • Leben
    • Erfolge Als Turnierritter
    • Nachkommen
    • Einzelnachweise
    • Literatur

    William entstammte der anglonormannischen Familie Marshal. Er war der zweite von vier Söhnen von John FitzGilbert († 1165) und von dessen zweiter Ehefrau Sibyll of Salisbury. Zu seinen Geschwistern gehörte der ältere Vollbruder John Marshal († 1194), der jüngere Bruder Henry Marshal sowie der älteste Halbbruder Gilbert († 1166). Die Familie war ang...

    Der politische Erfolg von William Marshal bleibt unverständlich, wenn man nicht seine vielen Erfolge als Turnierkämpfer berücksichtigt. Er galt als der erfolgreichste Turnierkämpfer seiner Zeit, wenn nicht des 12. Jahrhunderts. Er stieg die soziale Leiter empor nur aufgrund seiner Möglichkeiten als Turnierprofi. Bereits bei seinem ersten Turnier in...

    Aus seiner Ehe mit Isabel de Clare, Countess of Pembroke, hatte William Marshal mehrere Kinder: 1. William Marshal, 2. Earl of Pembroke(um 1190–1231) 2. Maud Marshal (1192–1248), ⚭ (1) Hugh Bigod, 3. Earl of Norfolk († 1225), ⚭ (2) William de Warenne, 5. Earl of Surrey(1166–1240), ⚭ (3) Walter de Dunstanville 3. Richard Marshal, 3. Earl of Pembroke...

    ↑ George Edward Cokayne, Vicary Gibbs (Hrsg.): The Complete Peerage.Band 10, Alan Sutton Publishing, Gloucester 2000, S. 360.
    ↑ John M. Carter: Sportgeschichte in mittelalterlichen Biographien. William Marshal (ca. 1146–1219). In: Arnd Krüger, Bernd Wedemeyer-Kolwe (Hrsg.): Aus Biographien Sportgeschichte lernen. Festschr...
    Philipp August Becker: Aus dem Leben von Guillaume de Maréchal. In: Romanische Forschungen. Band57, 2/3 H, 1943, S.186–191.
    Thomas Asbridge: Der größte aller Ritter und die Welt des Mittelalters. Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart 2015, ISBN 978-3-608-94923-0.
    John M. Carter: Sportgeschichte in mittelalterlichen Biographien. William Marshal (ca. 1146–1219). In: Arnd Krüger, Bernd Wedemeyer-Kolwe (Hrsg.): Aus Biographien Sportgeschichte lernen. Festschrif...
    Georges Duby: Guillaume le Maréchal oder der beste aller Ritter. Suhrkamp, Frankfurt am Main 1997, ISBN 3-518-39302-2.
    • Guillaume le Maréchal
    • Marshal, William, 1. Earl of Pembroke
    • 1144
    • Chronica Major
    • King Stephen
    • Missing Decades
    • Coat of Arms...
    • Consanguinity Between William Marshal and William II de Tancarville?
    • Potential Conflict
    • Return from Where?
    • External Links Modified
    • David Crouch
    • Knight Errant?

    The likes of Christopher Gravett (Knight: Noble Warrior of England 1200-1600), Suzanne Lewis (The Art of Matthew Paris in the Chronica Majora) and Matthew Strickland (War and Chivalry: The Conduct and Perception of War in England and Normandy) are all united in stating that the image of Marshal unhorsing Baldwin de Guisnes from the Chronica Majora ...

    I read the accurate account of John Marshal's words regarding the capture of his son. I would like to propose that John Marshal knew that Stephen would not kill a child. An analysis of his reign shows him to be a gallant fighter, and a good military tactian, but alas, lacked the homicidal tendancies of his brethen Kings, although his son Eustace su...

    Anyone know what William was up to from 1168-1185? As it stands, the article has him being captured by Guy de Lusignan and ransomed by Eleanor of Aquitane in 1168. We are then given an account of his entry to the world of tournaments. The next section then begins: "Upon his return in 1185, he rejoined the court of Henry II". The "Death" section als...

    I've two concerns here. Firstly, the cited quote doesn't talk about this William Marshal having a shield of this description; it only notes that "Le Conte de PENNBROK, Party d'or e de vert, a un lion rampant, party de or e de goules en lung--Another roll, temp. HEN. III." Henry III ruled from 1216-1272, and there is no particular reason to suppose ...

    Does anyone know the exact blood relationship between William Marshal and the man who trained and knighted him, William II de Tancarville? (In my investigations so far, I haven't found any common ancestors.) Zoetropo (talk) 00:31, 17 March 2015 (UTC) The relationship is detailed in Crouch, William Marshal, 22 and n, and derived from William's mothe...

    This article seems to be in conflict with the Wikipedia article on Richard FitzGilbert de Clare, 2nd Earl of Pembroke and the Wikipedia article Gilbert Fitzgilbert de Clare, 1st Earl of Pembroke who were both known by the nick-name of "Strongbow". Isabel de Clare was a daughter of Richard, and by this lineage William Marshall is the 4th Earl of Pem...

    There seems to be a big gap in the article from 1168 to 1185. Apparently he fell out of royal favour during that time? And now he was returning? CrinklyCrunk (talk) 19:33, 21 February 2017 (UTC) 1. During most of that time he served Henry "The Young King", losing favor with Henry II when Henry the Young attempted a coup during which he (the Young) ...

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    I'm sorry to bother everyone, but the link to David Crouch is wrong. The current link sends the reader to David Crouch, a conservative MP ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Crouch ) instead of to David Crouch, the medieval historian ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Crouch_(historian) ). Unfortunately, I don't know how to change this, and I ...

    I notice our lead emphasizes quite strongly that the Marshal was a real-life knight errant. Is that really a common way to talk about real medieval knights, let alone such a well-established one as this one?--Andrew Lancaster (talk) 16:42, 22 March 2020 (UTC) 1. What is your suggested change? Knight errant fits Marshal to a t (so to speak). Vyselin...

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