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  1. Richard Fitz Pons (c. 1080 – 1129) was an Anglo-Norman nobleman, active as a marcher lord on the border with Wales. He is described as a follower of Bernard de Neufmarché, and probably first builder of Bronllys Castle. He started construction at Llandovery Castle in 1116. Family. His father was Pons Fitz Pons (c. 1034 – bef. 1086).

  2. 5 de ago. de 2021 · Rirchard fitzPons son of Pons NOT William I King of England Richard Fitz Pons was an Anglo-Norman nobleman, active as a marcher lord on the border with Wales. He is described as a follower of Bernard de Neufmarche, and probably first builder of Bronllys Castle. He started construction at Llandovery Castle in 1116. His father was Pons fitz Pons.

  3. 13 de ago. de 2017 · Richard Fitz Pons (c. 1080 – 1129) was an Anglo-Norman nobleman, active as a marcher lord on the border with Wales. The Pons Family Arms. He is described as a follower of Bernard de Neufmarche, and probably first builder of Bronllys Castle. He started construction at Llandovery Castle in 1116. His father was Pons fitz Pons.

  4. Richard fitz Pons , marcher lord. Born: c. 1080 Died: 1129. An Anglo-Norman lord who was active in the Welsh Marches. Richard led the Anglo-Norman advance into the east of Wales and made his headship at Llandovery where he held the castle; he also founded Bronllys Castle. Richard founded Llandovery Priory as a cell of Great Malvern, Worcestershire, ...

  5. Richard Fitz Pons era señor de Llandovery, lo que había logrado probablemente a través de Glamorgan, ya en 1088. Bronllys El castillo no pudo haber sido construido hasta 1144, cuando Roger Fitzmiles, Conde de Hereford, aparece concediendo este territorio como mantenimiento de cinco caballeros a Walter de Clifford, hijo de Richard Fitz Pons.

  6. 10 de nov. de 2019 · 1. PONS (-[before Oct 1066]). No information is known about Pons other than his name, which appears in the patronymics attributed to his five sons. It is assumed that he lived in Normandy. His absence from the Norman primary sources which have so far been consulted in the preparation of this document suggests that he was of lowly birth.

  7. When Richard FitzPons de Clifford was born in 1075, in Carmarthenshire, Wales, United Kingdom, his father, Pons FitzPons, was 23 and his mother, Beatrix de Ponthieu, was 47. He married Matilda FitzWalter in 1097, in Brimpsfield, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom. They were the parents of at least 1 son.