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  1. William FitzEmpress (22 July 1136 – 30 January 1164) or William Longespee [2] was the youngest of the three sons of Empress Matilda and Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou. His brothers were Henry II of England and Geoffrey, Count of Nantes . Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Obstruction 4 Death 5 Possible marriage 6 Ancestry 7 Notes 8 References

    • Early Life
    • Career
    • Obstruction
    • Death
    • Possible Marriage

    William Fitzempress also known as William of Anjou, was born in 1136, the third and youngest son of Count Geoffrey V of Anjou and his wife, Empress Matilda, the daughter of the late English King Henry Beauclerc. He was born in the time known as The Anarchy, an 18-year civil war that disputed the succession of the English crown between his mother Ma...

    In 1156, aged 20, William was with his brother Henry at the siege of Chinon. This siege was occasioned by the rebellion of their brother Geoffrey. He also conducted the siege at the castle of Mountreuil-Bellay. While doing so he had the writings of the Roman military theorist Vegetius read to him; he then did what Vegetius had done, and the siege e...

    In 1162, William was to marry Isabel de Warenne, Countess of Surrey, one of the great heiresses in England. Their prohibited degree of affinity was counted from her as widow through her deceased husband William of Blois, a double second cousin of William. The men's maternal grandmothers were siblings and FitzEmpress' maternal grandfather was the si...

    William died suddenly shortly thereafter, it was said of a broken heart, and was buried in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Rouen. His brother Henry blamed Becket for William's death, and this might well have been the beginning of the great conflict between them. When Becket was murdered December 29, 1170, one of the assailants was Richard le Breton ...

    According to some French genealogies, William was married to Constance of Penthièvre, a sister of the Duke of Brittany Conan IV. Known as William Touremine, he was the founder of the House of Tournemine and the father of Oliver I and Geoffrey of Tournemine. However, there is no evidence for this marriage, and no evidence of William Tournemine's ide...

  2. July 22, 1136 (age 27) Argentan, Orne, France William was Viscount of Dieppe. He was also known as William FitzEmpress and as William of Anjou. He also conducted the siege at the castle of Mountreuil-Bellay. While doing so he had the writings of the Roman military theorist Vegetius read to him.

  3. William FitzEmpress, oder auch Wilhelm von Anjou genannt, (* 22. Juli 1136 in Argentan; † 30. Januar 1164 in Rouen) war der dritte Sohn des Grafen Gottfried Plantagenet von Anjou und der „Kaiserin“ Matilda von England.

  4. William FitzEmpress or William Longespee was the youngest of the three sons of Empress Matilda and Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou.

  5. William FitzEmpress (22 July 1136 – 30 January 1164) or William Longespee was the youngest of the three sons of Empress Matilda and Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou. His brothers were Henry II of England and Geoffrey, Count of Nantes.

  6. 18/08/2022 · William FitzEmpress (22 July 1136 – 30 January 1164) or William Longespee was the youngest of the three sons of Empress Matilda and Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou. His brothers were Henry II of England and Geoffrey, Count of Nantes.

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