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    The Clare family derived in the male line from Gilbert, Count of Brionne, whose father Geoffrey, Count of Eu was an illegitimate son of Richard I, Duke of Normandy by an unknown mistress. Gilbert de Brionne was one of the guardians of William II , who became Duke of Normandy as a child in 1035.

  2. The family in question is that of the de Clares, now remembered through the surname Clare and it's derivatives. Originally a Norman family, they took their name from Clare in Suffolk where their first castle, and the seat of their barony, was situated.

  3. 17 de dic. de 2014 · Below is a brief outline of the de Clare family and their family tree covering the dates (1035 – 1406). The de Clare family of Norman lords were associated with the Welsh Marches, Suffolk, Surrey, Kent (especially Tonbridge) and Ireland.

  4. There are already 100 users and 3,237 genealogy profiles with the de Clare surname on Geni. Explore de Clare genealogy and family history in the World's Largest Family Tree. Follow.

  5. Our common ancestors - de Clare - Contents de Clare . Sources yet to be consulted: PEMBROKE in [Complete Peerage] Richard FitzGilbert de Clare (see here). From the same male-line family as (his 2nd cousin) William the Conqueror. He joined William the Conqueror in Norman invasion of England 1066.

  6. 3 de ago. de 2018 · The de Clare family were well placed for power – they were related to the ruling house and were extremely wealthy. They were marriageable and therefore families sought alliances with the de Clares – which meant it wasn’t long before they were related to most of the other powerful Anglo-Norman families in the country adding to ...