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  1. Isabel's paternal grandparents were Gilbert de Clare, 1st Earl of Pembroke, and his wife Isabel de Beaumont. Deprived of his father Gilbert's estate of Pembrokeshire by the king in 1153 when he succeeded as a child, Richard Strongbow continued to assert he was an earl, but took his title as Striguil (the Welsh name for the lordship of Chepstow, centre of his estates in the southern March of ...

  2. 27/04/2022 · COUNTESS ISABEL (ELIZABETH)13 DE VERMANDOIS of Valois, b. circa 1081, d. on 13 Feb. 1131 in England; m. (1) ROBERT DE BEAUMONT, 1ST EARL OF LEICESTER in 1096 in France; m. (2) WILLIAM II DE WARREN, 2ND EARL OF SURREY between 1108 and 1118 in France. MATILDE DE VERMANDOIS; m. (DR-6) RAOUL I DE BEAUGENCY in 1090.

  3. Los Capetos directos. En un principio, ejercieron un poder limitado al área circundante a París, pero los Capetos extendieron y se aseguraron hábilmente el dominio de la mayoría del territorio francés —en ese entonces, en manos de la nobleza local— con la ayuda de estratégicas alianzas y conquistas.

  4. 31/05/2019 · Husband of Elizabeth (Isabel) de Vermandois, daughter of Hughes Magnus and Adelaide, Countess of Vermandois. There was easily a thirty year difference in their ages. They were married in 1096 and had three sons and six daughters: Waleran IV de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Worcester, twin; Robert de Beaumont, 2nd Earl of Leicester, twin

  5. Probable kinship between the Traills of New Hampshire and Boston and Charles Stewart of Norfolk County, Virginia

  6. La branche d'Anjou, dite en Espagne de Bourbon, est issue de Philippe de France, duc d'Anjou, petit-fils de Louis XIV. À la mort de Charles II, dernier souverain des Habsbourg d'Espagne, son légataire universel le duc d'Anjou est proclamé en 1700 roi d'Espagne sous le nom de Philippe V.

  7. No obstante, Felipe Augusto otorgó mediante un escrito de 1192 Valois y Vermandois a Eleonora, territorios que deberían ser devueltos al rey cuando ésta muriera. El rey se quedó con Péronne y Artois en nombre de su hijo, el príncipe heredero Luis (futuro Luis VIII de Francia ), como heredero de la reina Isabel de Henao fallecida en 1190.