Ansel Marshal. Ansel (or Anselm) Marshal (died 23 December 1245) was the youngest and last of the five legitimate sons of William Marshal. His name is the Franco-Germanic Hansel or Anseau, and is usually 'Ansel' in documents, though the rarity of the name in England often led it to be mistaken for the Lombardic Anselm.
Ansel (o Anselm) Marshal (fallecido el 23 de diciembre de 1245) fue el más joven y último de los cinco hijos legítimos de William Marshal. Su nombre es el franco-germánico Hansel o Anseau, y generalmente es 'Ansel' en los documentos, aunque la rareza del nombre en Inglaterra a menudo lo llevó a confundirse con el Anselmo lombardo.
20 de jun. de 2022 · Anselm Marshal (died 23 December 1245) was the sixth Earl of Pembroke (of the second creation) and Earl Marshal of England, the youngest and last of the five sons of William Marshal to hold that post. He succeeded his brother Walter on 24 November 1245 and lived for a month, dying at Chepstow Castle and being buried in Tintern Abbey.
- circa 1202
- Tintern, Monmouthshire, Wales
- Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
William Marshal, primer conde de Pembroke (Wiltshire o Berkshire, c. 1145/1148-Caversham, Berkshire; 14 de mayo de 1219), también conocido como Guillermo el Mariscal, William the Marshal o Guillaume le Maréchal, [a] fue un militar y noble anglonormando.
17 de ago. de 2022 · The Marshal family arms When William Marshal wrote his will in 1219 he had nothing to leave his beloved youngest son, Ansel or Anselm, who was about eight-years-old at the time. The earl envisaged that the boy, named after one of Marshal's brothers, would have to carve a career for himself as he had done.….
Anselm Marshal, 6th Earl of Pembroke (died 1245) In August 1189, at the age of 43, William Marshal, held by many to be the greatest knight in Christendom, was given the hand of Isabel de Clare, and, in 1199, was created the 1st Earl of Pembroke by King John .