Sir Roland de Velville (1471/4 - 25 June 1535) was a Breton-born English soldier and government official who is theorised as the illegitimate son of King Henry VII of England by "a Breton lady whose name is not known", or as a favoured member of the court of Henry VII and later recipient of beneficences, brought home to England with ...
10 de abr. de 2023 · Sir Roland de Velville (also spelt Vielleville, Veleville or, probably more correctly, Vieilleville), Constable of Beaumaris Castle from 1509 to 1535 is reputed to have been a natural son of Henry VII, born to a Breton lady while Henry was in exile in Brittany between 1471 and 1485.
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30 de abr. de 2023 · ROLAND VELEVILLE (or VIELLEVILLE) alias BRITTANY, Knt., of Westminster, Middlesex and Beaumaris, Anglesey, Wales, king’s servant, Constable of Beaumaris Castle. He served in Sir John Cheyne’s retinue in the expedition to Brittany in 1489.
Roland De Velville in Biographical Summaries of Notable People. Roland De Velville was born in 1474, to Henry Vii of England . Roland passed away on June 25 1535, at age 61 in Beaumaris Castle. Roland Constable Beaumaris Castle De Velville in GenealogieOnline Family Tree Index.
Sir Roland de Velville ; Condestable del castillo de Beaumaris, capitán del castillo y la ciudad de Beaumaris, Anglesey ( Ynys Môn), Gales: Nació: 1471/4 Bretaña; bajo Francisco II, un ducado de Francia (según Beauclerk-Dewar et al., concedidas Cartas de denización, 1512) Fallecido: 25 de junio de 1535 Castillo de Beaumaris, Gales: Enterrado