Philip de Braose conquered the Welsh borderlands at Builth and New Radnor and established new Norman lordships over them. At Builth, he constructed a motte-and-bailey fortification at the site where King Edward I later built Builth Castle in the 13th century. He seems to have gone on the First Crusade in 1103.
28/12/2018 · Philip de Braose, 2nd Lord of Bramber (c. 1070 – c. 1134) was an Anglo-Norman nobleman and Marcher Lord. Origins Philip was born about 1070 to 1073 in Bramber, Sussex, the son of William de Braose, 1st Lord of Bramber (d. circa 1093/96) by his wife Eve de Boissey or Agnes de St. Clare.
- May 1134 (60-61)Holy Land, Palestine
- Bramber, Horsham, Sussex, England
- Holy Land, Palestine
31/10/2020 · Philip de Braose (junior) Died: by 1201 Philip was left in charge of Wexford when Henry II left Ireland in 1172. Later that year he received a grant of North Munster ( without the City of Limerick) but was unable to take possession. Philip was Governor of Ireland (Procurator) from 1 Sep 1184 to 25 April 1185 (when Prince John became Governor)
- Bramber, Sussex, England
- circa 1110
- 1177 (62-71)England
When Philip de Braose was born about 1190, in Bramber, Sussex, England, United Kingdom, his father, William III De Braose 4th Lord of Bramber, was 37 and his mother, Maud De Saint Valery, was 35. He died in England, United Kingdom.
Philip de Braose, 2nd Lord of Bramber was born circa 1071 to William de Braose, 1st Lord of Bramber (1049-c1094) and Agnes de St. Clare (c1050-1080) and died circa 1134 of unspecified causes. He married Aenor de Totenais (c1084-) . Contents 1 Children 2 Siblings 3 Siblings 4 References 5 See also 6 External links 7 Contributors
Philip de Braose. Philip de Braose (27x great grandfather) was born before 1065 according to some sources and between 1070-1073 according to others, the son of William de Braose, 1st lord of Bramber and Eve de Boissey. Philip, as heir, consolidated his paternal lands, and expanded them.