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Personal data Maud de Braose 

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Ancestors (and descendant) of Maud de Braose

Grace de Brewere
± 1186-± 1223
Eve Marshal
± 1206-< 1246

Maud de Braose

Margaret Mortimer
± 1266-1296
Isabel de Mortimer
± 1248-< 1274
Ralph de Mortimer
± 1250-< 1274
Roger de Mortimer
± 1256-± 1326
William de Mortimer
± 1258-< 1297

Household of Maud de Braose

She is married to Roger de Mortimer.

in the year 1247, she was 20 years old.


  1. Margaret Mortimer  ± 1266-1296 
  2. Isabel de Mortimer  ± 1248-< 1274 
  3. Edmund I de Mortimer  1252-1304 
  4. Ralph de Mortimer  ± 1250-< 1274
  5. Geoffrey de Mortimer  ± 1254-????
  6. Roger de Mortimer  ± 1256-± 1326 
  7. William de Mortimer  ± 1258-< 1297

Notes about Maud de Braose

Name also appears as Braiose.


E: to Carol Middleton, Bassano and Lanier Genealogist.htm

* Maud de Braose, born about 1226, Breconshire, Wales. Co-heiress of her father. See her page. Married Roger de Mortimer, Lord Mortimer, of Wigmore.. See his page. Their children: Edmund Mortimer, Lord Mortimer, and Isabella Mortimer. Maud died 1300-1.

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