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Hugues De Montgomery and Joscelina De St. Vaast D'equiqueville




Husband Hugues De Montgomery 1 2 3 4

           Born: Abt 975 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France
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           Died: Bef 7 Feb 1050 - St-Foye-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France 3
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         Father: Roger De Montgomery (Abt 0950-After 1022) 1 2 3
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       Marriage: Abt 994 2 3




Wife Joscelina De St. Vaast D'equiqueville 1 2 3 4

            AKA: Josceline De Pontaudemer
           Born: Abt 978 - St. Vaast D'equiqueville, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
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         Father: Forester Of St. Vaast D'equiqueville (Abt 0950-      ) 1 3 4
         Mother: Senfrie (Senfria\Seinfreda) "Not" De Crepon (Abt 0950-      ) 1 3 4 5





Children
1 M Roger I De Montgomery, Vicomte D'hiemois 1 2 3 4 6 7

           Born: Abt 1000 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France 3
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           Died: After 1040 - Exiled To Paris, Ile-DE-France, France 3
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         Spouse: Emma (Abt 1005-After 1067) 1 3 4




General Notes: Wife - Joscelina De St. Vaast D'equiqueville

Turton has Josceline as daughter of Tourade de Pont-Audemer, by Eva/Dulcine de Crepon, but Todd A. Farmerie & Alan B. Wilson, citing later work, state that she was daughter of Senfrie "not" de Crepon by a Forester of St. Vaast.
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John Montgomery




Husband John Montgomery

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1 F Ellen Montgomery

           Born: 1475 - Throwley, Staffs, England
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         Spouse: Sir William Booth (1473-1519)




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Maud De Montgomery




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Wife Maud De Montgomery 1 8 9

           Born: Abt 1049 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France
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           Died: Abt 1085 - Abbey Of St. Grestain, Normandy, France 10
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         Father: Roger II De Montgomery, 1st Earl Of Shrewsbury (Abt 1024-After 1094) 1 6 11 12 13 14
         Mother: Mabel De Talvas D' Alencon (1026-1079) 1 11 13 14





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General Notes: Wife - Maud De Montgomery

He [Robert, Count of Mortain] m. 1stly, before 1066, Maud, daughter of Robert de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury, by his 1st wife, Mabel, daughter and heir of William Talvas (5th son of William de Belleme, Seigneur of Alencon and Belleme). She was buried in the Abbey of Grestain. He m. 2ndly, Almodis. He d. 8 Dec 1090, and was buried with his 1st wife. [Complete Peerage III:427-8 as corrected by XIV:207]
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Robert De Mortain De Conteville, Earl Cornwall/Ct and Maude De Montgomery




Husband Robert De Mortain De Conteville, Earl Cornwall/Ct

           Born: 1031 - Mortagne-Au-Perche, Orne, Normandy, Fr 15
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           Died: 8 Dec 1090 - France 15
         Buried: Dec 1090 - Grestain Abbey 15


         Father: Viscount Harlevin (Herluis) de Conteville (Abt 1001-Abt 1066) 1 16 17 18
         Mother: Arletta (Herleve) de Falaise, Officer Of The Household (Abt 1003-Abt 1050) 19 20


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   Other Spouse: Almodis (      -      )




Wife Maude De Montgomery

           Born:  - Of Mortaigne, Normandy, Fr
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           Died: 1107
         Buried: 1107 - Grestain Abbey


         Father: Roger II De Montgomery, Earl Shrewsbury/Arundel (1005-1094)
         Mother: Mabel De Talvas (Debelesme D'alencon), Ctss Shrewsbury/Ctss D'al (1026-1079)





Children
1 F Agnes De Mortain De Burgh Decornwall

           Born: Abt 1054 - Mortagne-Au-Perche, Orne, Normandy, Fr
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         Spouse: Andre Gui De Vitre, Seigneur (Abt 1054-1139)
           Marr: Of Fr



2 F Mathilde "Emma" De Mortain (Mortaigne), Ctss

           Born: Abt 1055 - Mortagne-Au-Perche, Orne, Normandy, Fr
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           Died: 1080 - Huesca, Spain 21
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3 F Denise De Mortaigne

           Born: Abt 1060 - Mortagne-Au-Perche, Orne, Normandy, Fr
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4 F Miss De Mortaigne

           Born: 1075 - Cardinan, Cornwall, Eng
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5 M William De Mortaigne, Earl Cornwall/Lord Cardin

           Born: 1080 - Cardinan, Cornwall, Eng
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           Died: 1140
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General Notes: Husband - Robert De Mortain De Conteville, Earl Cornwall/Ct

CONFLICT: Thomas Thomson Progenitor Circle by Rupert Farham Thompson, 1977, Sutro, CA (state s: de Mortaigne) Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New England between 1623 a nd 1650, Frederick Lewis Weis, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985 (DE MORTAIN) Ancestr al file 4.13 (STATES: DE MORTAIGNE)

OCCUPATION: Half brother of William the Conquereor and companion at the battle of Hastings , 1066. Lord of Sussex Rape of Pevensey, with castle there. Virtual Earl of Cornwall; inclu ded Honour of Berkhamstead with castle there. Rebelled 1088; pardoned. Largest landholder i n the county after the King, holdings in 19 counties.

ALIAS: Robert de Mortain

MISC: Fought in battle of HastingsAlternate name found in file: Robert De Mortain

Also known as Robert de BURGO, Count of Mortain(Mortagne) and Earl of Cromwell (in England) . He was a half-brother to William "the Conqueror". Ancesrry and Progentry of Captain James B lount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-33 and 34.

Fought at Battle of Hastings

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Robert II De Montgomery, 3rd Earl Shrewsbury and Agnes Heiress Of Montreuil & Ponthieu




Husband Robert II De Montgomery, 3rd Earl Shrewsbury 1 22 23

            AKA: Robert II D' Alencon 3rd Earl Of Shrewsbury,2 03rd Earl Of Arundel Robert II De Montgomery,24 Robert II De Belleme 3rd Earl Of Shrewsbury, 3rd Earl Of Shrewsbury Robert II De Montgomery
           Born: Between 1052 and 1056 - Alencon, Orne, Normandy, France 22 23
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           Died: After 8 May 1131 - Wareham Castle, Dorset, England (As A Prisoner) 22 23
         Buried:  - Wareham, Dorset, England


         Father: Roger II De Montgomery, 1st Earl Of Shrewsbury (Abt 1024-After 1094) 1 6 11 12 13 14
         Mother: Mabel De Talvas D' Alencon (1026-1079) 1 11 13 14


       Marriage: Bef 9 Sep 1087 23

Noted events in his life were:
• Alt. Death 2, 1119




Wife Agnes Heiress Of Montreuil & Ponthieu 1 2 22 23

           Born: Abt 1065 - Ponthieu, Somme, Picardy, France
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           Died: After 6 Oct 1100 - Ponthieu, Somme, Picardy, France 22 23
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         Father: Guy I Count Of Montreuil & Ponthieu (Abt 1045-1100) 1 2 22 25
         Mother: Ada Of Amiens (Abt 1045-1066) 1 2 25





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1 M William III Talvas, Count Of Alencon & Ponthieu 1 2 22 26 27

            AKA: Guillaume III Comte D' Alencon & De Ponthieu
           Born: After 1087 - Alencon, Orne, Normandy, France
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           Died: 30 Jun 1171 22 27
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         Spouse: Alice (Alix Or Ela) Borel Of Burgundy (Abt 1095-Abt 1194) 1 2 22 26 27
           Marr: After 1112 - 2ND Husband 22 27




General Notes: Husband - Robert II De Montgomery, 3rd Earl Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury, Earldom of: Under the system then prevailing the Earldom passed to an elder brother, Robert de Belleme, who constructed Bridgnorth Castle and continued the family policy of harrying the Welsh. He rebelled against Henry I and in 1102 was deprived of the Earldom of Shrewsbury/Shropshire, together with his English and Welsh estates. [Burke's Peerage, p. 2604]

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According to Winston Churchill in "A History of the English Speaking People", the Montgomeries (a very great house of Norman England) sided with Robert, Duke of Normandy, against his brother Henry I, in the war of succession after William Rufus, William The Conqueror's designated heir for England was killed in a hunting accident [in which Henry I was involved--some think more than an "accident"]. Henry I destroyed the power of the Montgomeries starting in September, 1100. He captured Robert in Normandy in the battle at Tinchebrai and combined England and Normandy again.

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EARLDOM OF ARUNDEL (III) 1098 to 1102

EARLDOM OF SHREWSBURY (III) 1098 to 1102

ROBERT (DE BELLÊME), EARL OF SHREWSBURY, elder brother and heir being 2nd but 1st surviving son and heir of the 1st Earl by his ist wife, was born probably between between 1052 and 1056 and baptised at St. Martin of Sées. As a child he was at Sées with his elder brother Roger attesting a charter for St. Martin of Sées; and, probably after Roger's death, he attested a charter for St. Aubin of Angers (1060-62). After the death of his great-uncle Yves Bishop of Sées in 1070, he accompanied his parents to Bellême, which had devolved on his mother. In 1073 he served in the Conqueror's invasion of Maine and was knighted by the King at the siege of Fresnay-le-Vicomte. Probably he was now of age and began to act independently of his father; and about 1077 he joined the party of Robert Curthose. On his mother's death, 2 December 1079, he succeeded her in France as Lord of Bellême; and either then or on his father's remarriage he succeeded to the Norman lordships of Alençon and Domfront. In 1086 he is found holding his court of justice at Bellême. In September 1087 he was on his way to the King's court, when he heard of William's death; and turning back he expelled the King's officers from Alençon, Belléme and his other castles. He then conspired with the Conqueror's halfbrothers and other nobles to dethrone William II in favour of Robert Curthose. Crossing to England, he joined the other rebel leaders, who were besieged in Rochester Castle; and in June 1088 they were forced to surrender. He was soon reconciled to the King and returning to Normandy with Prince Henry, he was arrested when he landed by Duke Robert and imprisoned at Neuilly-l'Evêque; but his father soon obtained his release. The Duke seems to have appointed Robert one of his Stewards. In 1090 Robert supported the Duke against the Norman rebels who favoured William Rufus.[a] In 1092 his town of Dornfront revolted and called in Prince Henry, thus depriving Robert of one of his strongest castles. It was probably also in 1092 that he took a leading part in the successful siege of the castle of Breval by the King of France and the Duke of Normandy. In 1094 he made private war on his hereditary enemy Robert Géré, the lord of St. Céneri. On his father's death in 1094. he succeeded to all Roger's possessions in Normandy. When William Rufus invaded France in 1097 Robert was his "princeps militiae," and built for him the original castle at Gisors. In 1097, 1098 and 1099 he was at war with Hélie Count of Maine. After the death of his brother Hugh in 1098, Robert obtained Hugh's Earldom and lands in England and Wales from the King on payment of a relief of £3000 and thus became EARL OF SHROPSHIRE or SHREWSBURY. He also bought for a large sum, the honor of Blythe and all the land of his kinsman, Roger de Busli. He built the castle of Bridgnorth on the Severn, carried on the war against the Welsh and built a castle at "Caroclove" in Wales. He was in Normandy when William Rufus was killed; and hastening to England he did homage to Henry I, who confirmed him in the possession of his lands and dignities. In October 1100 by the death of his father-in-law he became Count of Ponthieu. In 1101 with other nobles, he stirred up Robert of Normandy to invade England; and when the Duke arrived in the autumn he deserted Henry to join him; but the Royal brothers came to an agreement. In 1102 Henry I summoned Robert de Bellême to his court to answer 45 accusations; but the Earl fled and fortified his castles; and he devastated Staffordshire with a force of Normans and Welsh. The King took his castles of Arundel, Blythe, and Bridgnorth and besieged him in Shrewsbury, while he incited the Duke of Normandy to take up arms against Robert in the Duchy. Finally Robert surrendered and was given a safe-conduct to the sea; but he was deprived of all his honours and lands in England and Wales. Thereby the Earldom of Shrewsbury became extinct. Robert retired to Normandy, where in 1103 he defeated the ducal army on the road from Exmes to Sées; but in the early summer of 1104 he made peace with the Duke. About 1105 he was at war with Rotrou, Count of Perche, who had claimed a share of the great Bellême inheritance and who defeated him. In the autumn of 1105 he attacked Henry's supporters in Normandy. However, before Christmas he went to England to treat with the King; but he returned to Normandy unreconciled. When Henry invaded Normandy in the early autumn of 1106, Robert adhered to the Duke. He commanded the rear division at the Battle of Tinchebrai, 28 September, but fled when the front division was badly cut up. Failing in an attempt to seduce the Count of Maine from his alliance with Henry, Robert made peace with the King on advantageous terms. On 17 May 1110 he was with Henry at Dover, when a treaty was made there with the Count of Flanders; but in 1111 he took a leading part in the plot to restore Normandy to Duke Robert's son William Clito, and in 1112 he rebelled and aided the Count of Anjou against the King. Later in that year the King of France sent him as Ambassador to Henry, to demand the release of Duke Robert, but the King seized him. He was tried on 4 November 1112 at Bonneville-sur-Touque on various charges, and was condemned in the King's court to the most rigorous imprisonment. He was confined at Cherbourg, and all his honours, lands and castles were forfeited. In July 1113 the King took him to England, where he was imprisoned in Wareham Castle, Dorset. He then disappears from history; but he was still living and presumably in Wareham Castle at Michaelmas 1130, when the Pipe Roll records payments under Dorset and Wiltshire of £18.5.0 for the maintenance, and 40 shillings for the clothes, of Robert de Bellême. Before 1092 Robert expelled the Canons from St. Leonard of Bellême and gave the church to the Abbot of Marmoutier, who replaced them by monks and a prior William. As Earl of Shrewsbury he gave the church of Catford to the abbey of St. Mary la Sauve Majure (diocese of Bordeaux), so that, as a canon died, a monk might receive his prebend.

He married before 9 September 1087, Agnes, 1st daughter and coheir of Guy I, COUNT OF PONTHIEU, by Ada. Agnes, who was sole heir to her father's comté, was treated cruelly by her husband, who kept her shut up for a long time in his castle at Bellême. She escaped by the help of a faithful chamberlain, took refuge with Adela Countess of Blois and retired to Ponthieu; whence she never returned to her husband. She was living on 6 October 1100, but died probably not very long afterwards. Robert died 8 May, not earlier than 1131, almost certainly in Wareham Castle and was presumably buried at Wareham.[f] [Complete Peerage XI:689-96, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

[a] On 3 November 1090 he took part in crushing the rebellion in Rouen. He built castles at Fourches and Château-Gontier. Being attacked by Hugh de Grandmesnil and other barons, after fierce fighting, in which Robert was aided by his brothers Roger and Arnulf, he appealed for help to the Duke, who came in force and besieged Courcy; until the landing of Rufus with an English army caused him to raise the siege (Orderic, Vol. iii, pp. 352, 356, 358, 361-66).

[f] Probably secretly, in a nameless grave. All the authorities agree in denouncing Robert as lawless, faithless and wicked; and above all they insist on his inhuman cruelty.


General Notes: Wife - Agnes Heiress Of Montreuil & Ponthieu

He [Robert de Belleme] married before 9 September 1087, Agnes, 1st daughter and coheir of Guy I, COUNT OF PONTHIEU, by Ada. Agnes, who was sole heir to her father's comté, was treated cruelly by her husband, who kept her shut up for a long time in his castle at Bellême. She escaped by the help of a faithful chamberlain, took refuge with Adela Countess of Blois and retired to Ponthieu; whence she never returned to her husband. She was living on 6 October 1100, but died probably not very long afterwards. Robert died 8 May, not earlier than 1131, almost certainly in Wareham Castle and was presumably buried at Wareham.[f] [Complete Peerage XI:689-96, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]
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Robert III (Or Ii) De Belleme De Montgomery, 3rd Earl Shrewsbury/Ct Al




Husband Robert III (Or Ii) De Belleme De Montgomery, 3rd Earl Shrewsbury/Ct Al

           Born: Abt 1053 - St Germain Montgomery, Normandy, Fr 28
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           Died: After 8 May 1131 - Castle Warham, Co. Dorset, Eng (Starved) 28
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         Father: Roger II De Montgomery, Earl Shrewsbury/Arundel (1005-1094)
         Mother: Mabel De Talvas (Debelesme D'alencon), Ctss Shrewsbury/Ctss D'al (1026-1079)


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General Notes: Husband - Robert III (Or Ii) De Belleme De Montgomery, 3rd Earl Shrewsbury/Ct Al

OCCUPATION: 3rd Earl of Shrewsbury, Seigneur of Belleme, Domfront and Alencon

MISC: Robert de Montgomery, eldest son, sometimes called "Robert of Belesme,"the town in Per che in Normandy where he had great possessions. He had the great inheritance of his father an d mother in Normandy, was Count of Belesme and Alencon and in England was Earl of Arundel an d Shrewsbury and other manors of his father. It is impossible to do full justice to the chara cter and life of Robert in these notes. He was knighted by King William at the seige of Fresn ey in 1073 in recognition of his valorous and chivalrous conduct during the seige. He was bet ween 45 and 50 in 1098, when at his brother's death he succeeded to the inheritance. He was t he oldest, but for some reason his brother Hugh succeeded. He took the part of Robert of Norm andy, eldest son of William I, against King HenryI, and because of his rebellion against Henr y he was forced to forfeit his possessions in England when retiring into Normandy, and contin uing his turbulent practices there he was seized, imprisoned, and the next year brought ove r to England, where he was confined at the Castle of Warham in the County of Dorset and starv ed himself to death. He was accounted the richest and most wicked man of the age he lived in . If wanting in the wisdom and prudence of his father, he probably surpassed him in boldnes s and valour. A true soldier, he was ever ready to face danger and adventure and apparently n ever happy unless in the turmoil and horrors of war. This ended the House of Montgomery in En gland as a powerit had been earlier.ALIAS: Robert II de Belleme

Seigneur de Belleme and Alecon.
Exiled 1102 from England by Henry I and lost English Lands.Alternate name found in file: Robe rt II De Belleme

Seigneur de Belleme and Alecon.
Exiled 1102 from England by Henry I and lost English Lands.
Shrewsbury, Earldom of: Under the system then prevailing the Earldom passed to an elder broth er, Robert de Belleme, who constructed Bridgnorth Castle and continued the family policy of h arrying the Welsh. He rebelled against Henry I and in 1102 was deprived of the Earldom of Sh rewsbury/Shropshire, together with his English and Welsh estates. [Burke's Peerage, p. 2604]
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According to Winston Churchill in "A History of the English Speaking People", the Montgomeri es (a very great house of Norman England) sided with Robert, Duke of Normandy, against his br other Henry I, in the war of succession after William Rufus, William The Conqueror's designat ed heir for England was killed in a hunting accident [in which Henry I was involved--some thi nk more than an "accident"]. Henry I destroyed the power of the Montgomeries starting in Sep tember, 1100. He captured Robert in Normandy in the battle at Tinchebrai and combined Englan d and Normandy again.
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Roger "The Poitevin" De Montgomery, Ct La Marche/Lord/Earl La




Husband Roger "The Poitevin" De Montgomery, Ct La Marche/Lord/Earl La

           Born: 1055 - Of Marche, Poitou, Fr 28
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           Died: 8 May 1131 - Charroux, Fr (Sp) 28
         Buried:  - Fatouville-Grestain, Eure, Normandie, Fr


         Father: Roger II De Montgomery, Earl Shrewsbury/Arundel (1005-1094)
         Mother: Mabel De Talvas (Debelesme D'alencon), Ctss Shrewsbury/Ctss D'al (1026-1079)


       Marriage: Abt 1083 - Of Poitou, Fr




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General Notes: Husband - Roger "The Poitevin" De Montgomery, Ct La Marche/Lord/Earl La

in exile

Comte d' Alenon and Bellme, Vicomte d'Heimes, 2nd Earl of Shrewsbury, Arundel, Chichester, an d Montgomery, Lord of Lancaster, Comte de Ponthieu and Montreuil jure uxoris, Comte de La Mar che jure uxoris

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Exiled 1102 from England by Henry I and lost English Lands.
Shrewsbury, Earldom of: Under the system then prevailing the Earldom passed to an elder broth er, Robert de Belleme, who constructed Bridgnorth Castle and continued the family policy of h arrying the Welsh. He rebelled against Henry I and in 1102 was deprived of the Earldom of Sh rewsbury/Shropshire, together with his English and Welsh estates. [Burke's Peerage, p. 2604]
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According to Winston Churchill in "A History of the English Speaking People", the Montgomeri es (a very great house of Norman England) sided with Robert, Duke of Normandy, against his br other Henry I, in the war of succession after William Rufus, William The Conqueror's designat ed heir for England was killed in a hunting accident [in which Henry I was involved--some thi nk more than an "accident"]. Henry I destroyed the power of the Montgomeries starting in Sep tember, 1100. He captured Robert in Normandy in the battle at Tinchebrai and combined Englan d and Normandy again.
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******Alternate name found in file: Robert II De Belleme

Shrewsbury, Earldom of: Under the system then prevailing the Earldom passed to an elder broth er, Robert de Belleme, who constructed Bridgnorth Castle and continued the family policy of h arrying the Welsh. He rebelled against Henry I and in 1102 was deprived of the Earldom of Sh rewsbury/Shropshire, together with his English and Welsh estates. [Burke's Peerage, p. 2604]

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According to Winston Churchill in "A History of the English Speaking People", the Montgomeri es (a very great house of Norman England) sided with Robert, Duke of Normandy, against his br other Henry I, in the war of succession after William Rufus, William The Conqueror's designat ed heir for England was killed in a hunting accident [in which Henry I was involved--some thi nk more than an "accident"]. Henry I destroyed the power of the Montgomeries starting in Sep tember, 1100. He captured Robert in Normandy in the battle at Tinchebrai and combined Englan d and Normandy again.

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Seigneur de Belleme and Alecon.

********Earl of Lancaster; father of Adelina who m. William Pevrel. [Falaise Roll, Table IV]

Son of Roger de Montgomery and Mabel de Belesme; m. Almodis, Countess of March, and thereafte r he was called Earl of Lancaster. [Falaise Roll, p. 101]

Lord of Lancaster, "Poitevin"; d. 1115; m. Adelmoda, heiress de la Marche; son of Roger de Mo ntgomery, Earl of Arundel & Shrewsbury, and Mabel de Belleme; father of Poncia de la Marche . [Charlemagne & Others, Chart 2992]

Son of Roger II de Montgomery and Mabel of Alencon; m. Ademode de la Marche; father of Avic e ? de Lancastria. [GRS 3.03, Automated Archives, CD#100]

m. Almodis/Audmodis, Countess La Marche; father of Avice de Lancaster who m. William Pever e l the Younger. [WFT Vol 11 Ped 4329]

3rd son of Roger de Montgomery II; Count of Poitou and made 1st Earl of Lancaster by Duke Wil liam of Normandy. [Shropshire and the Domesday Book in 1086 <http://www.infokey.com/Domesday / Shropshire.htm]

4th son of Roger Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury, by Hildeburg (dau. of Arnulf). [Adrian Chann ing <AChanning@compuserve.com]

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Roger De Montgomery




Husband Roger De Montgomery 1 2 3

           Born: Abt 950 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France
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         Father: Roger De Montgomery (Abt 0925-      ) 1 2
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1 M Hugues De Montgomery 1 2 3 4

           Born: Abt 975 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France
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           Died: Bef 7 Feb 1050 - St-Foye-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France 3
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         Spouse: Joscelina De St. Vaast D'equiqueville (Abt 0978-      ) 1 2 3 4
           Marr: Abt 994 2 3




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Roger De Montgomery




Husband Roger De Montgomery 1 2

           Born: Abt 925 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France
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1 M Roger De Montgomery 1 2 3

           Born: Abt 950 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France
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Roger De Montgomery, Count La Marche




Husband Roger De Montgomery, Count La Marche 1 29 30

           Born: 1058 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France
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           Died: 1123 - Lancaster, Lancashire, England 29
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         Father: Roger II De Montgomery, 1st Earl Of Shrewsbury (Abt 1024-After 1094) 1 6 11 12 13 14
         Mother: Mabel De Talvas D' Alencon (1026-1079) 1 11 13 14


       Marriage: 1083 - Of Poitou, France




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Noted events in their marriage were:
• Alt. Marriage, After 1079


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13 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, XI:683-7.

14 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, I:230-3.

15 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr, 185-1.

16 Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999, cxiv.

17 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, III:164, III:427.

18 The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968, 18.

19 Microsoft Encarta 1994 ed.

20 Tauté, Anne. "The Kings and Queens of Great Britain" pub by Elm TreeBooks/Hamish Hamilton Ltd. Great Britain.//.

21 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr, 185-2.

22 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 108-25.

23 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, XI:689-96.

24 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, I:233.

25 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, XI:695.

26 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, XII/1:497.

27 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, XI:697.

28 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr, 108-25.

29 The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968, 10.

30 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, IV:Appenndix I, 762-5.


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