1225 - 1296 (71 years)
Has more than 100 ancestors and more than 100 descendants in this family tree.
||William de Valence [1, 2, 3] |
|Relationship||with Francis Fox|
||Cistercian Abbey, Valence, Charete, France [2, 3]
||17 May 1296 [2, 3]
||Westminster Abbey, London, Middlesex, England
||19 Mar 2010 |
||Countess Joan de Munchesni, b. 1225, Swanscombe, Kent , d. Bef 20 Sep 1307 (Age 82 years) |
||13 Aug 1247 [2, 3, 4]
| ||1. Earl Aymer de Valence, b. Abt 1270, d. 23 Jun 1324, France (Age ~ 54 years)|
| ||2. John de Valence, d. Jan 1276-1277|
| ||3. Isabel de Valence, d. 3 Oct 1305|
| ||4. William le Jeune de Valence, d. 16 Jun 1282, Llandeilo, Camarthen, Wales |
| ||5. Joan de Valence, b. 1273, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||6. Margaret de Valence, d. Bef 24 Mar 1274-1275|
| ||7. Agnes de Valence, b. 1243, England , d. 31 Dec 1310 (Age 67 years)|
||19 Mar 2010 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- - Lord of Valence, Montignac, Bellac, Rancon and Champagnac.
- Was called Earl of Pembroke but never officially gained that title.
- Earl of Wexford. Earl of Pembroke by right of his wife. Crusader, 1250.
- 1247 - Came to live at his 1/2 brother Henry III's court.
- 1258 - Oxford Parliament stripped foreign born Lords of their lands & castles.
- This was aimed at the hated de Lusignans.
- 1258 - The de Lusignans surrender & are cast out from England.
- 1258 - Fled anti de Lusignan sentiment in Boulogne, had to seek aid of Louis IX.
- Shared mutual hatred with Daffydd ap Gruffydd.
- 1264 - Attempts to lynch nephew Bran de Montfort but Dafydd ap Gruffydd intervenes.
- 1264 - Fought under Prince Edward "Longshanks" in vanguard at Battle of Lewes.
- One of the most universally hated Lords in England by commoners & barons alike.
Earl of Pembroke
REF: "Falls the Shadow" Sharon Kay Penman: During Simon de Montfort's barons war, March 31, 1264 Londoners riot (London was very pro de Montfort), burn townhouses of the hated William de Lusignan, also prominent Royalist Lord Philip Basset, also Richard of Cornwall's Westminster manor, & his beloved Isleworth manor 7 miles away. Richard overnight goes from trying to mediate a solution to, like Edward, ardently desiring a battlefield confrontation.
April 5 1264 Bran de Montfort leads defense of St. Andrew's Priory within the town & fights with suicidal bravery. The walls had been undermined by the Prior who was secretly in league with Prince Edward, & Bran was captured by some common soldiers. At that point William de Lusignan & Ralph de Mortimer rode up. Bran had just before taken part in the looting of de Mortimer's lands in Radnorshire. de Lusignan ordered his nephew Bran killed on the spot, but Dafydd ap Gruffydd rode up & intervened telling them Edward would be displeased to see his cousin Bran killed. de Lusignan attempts to argue but Philip Basset (who commanded the attackers) then rode up & commanded Bran be taken to Edward, and not to be escorted by de Lusignan or de Mortimer, as they would arrange an "accident" for Bran. Bran congratulated for his gallant bravery by Edward & then sent to King Henry who moves him to Windsor Castle. Abandoned nephew Prince Edward at Battle of Lewes (14 May 1264) when Edward returned from his savage pusuit of the Londoner contingent of the rebel forces back to the battle to see Henry III (de Lusignan's 1/2 brother) under seige at Lewes priory & the victory to Montfort (de Lusignan's 1/2 brother in law). After Lewes, forfeited lands to Gilbert de Clare. By April 1265, landed in South wales with John de Warenne.
- [S10] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America bef 1760, Frederick Lewis Weis, (7th ed Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore 1992 , , Repository: J.H. Garner), p 106 (Reliability: 0).
- [S11] Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, Frederick Lewis Weis, (4th ed, Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore , , Repository: J.H. Garner), line 148, p 153 (Reliability: 0).
- [S4] Britain's Royal Families, Alison Weir, (rev. ed, Pimlico Random House, London 1989, 1996 , , Repository: J.H. Garner), p 67 (Reliability: 0).
- [S57] Falls the Shadow, Sharon Kay Penman, (Ballantine Books, New York, 1988 , , Repository: Library of J.H. Garner).