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Personal data William de Braose Baron de Braiose, 14th Lord of Abergavenny 

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Ancestors (and descendant) of William de Braose

William de Brewere
± 1145-1232
Grace de Brewere
± 1186-± 1223

William de Braose
1204-1230

(1) 1220

Eve Marshal
± 1206-< 1246

Isabel de Braose
± 1224-????
Eve de Braose
± 1228-1255
Eleanor de Braose
± 1230-± 1251
(2) 

Household of William de Braose Baron de Braiose, 14th Lord of Abergavenny

(1) He is married to Eve Marshal.

They got married on May 2, 1220 at Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales, Great Britain, he was 16 years old.Sources 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9


Child(ren):

  1. Isabel de Braose  ± 1224-????
  2. Maud de Braose  1227-1301 
  3. Eve de Braose  ± 1228-1255 
  4. Eleanor de Braose  ± 1230-± 1251 


(2) He is married to Joan [illegitimate] Plantagenêt.

They got married Not Married at Not Married.


Notes about William de Braose Baron de Braiose, 14th Lord of Abergavenny

(Medical):LifeNotes: Was of Abergavenny. He was suspected of a dalliance with the wife of Llewellyn, Prince of Wales, who invited William to his castle for an Easter feast, then threw William in prison after the banquet. William de Braose was thereafter hanged as was Prince Llewellyn's unfaithful wife, Joan.

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Hanged By Llewelyn, Prince Of Wales After Intrigues W/ His Wife
Baron de Braiose, Lord of Abergavenny
3rd Earl of Pembroke

de Braose of Brecknock and Abergavenny

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a. William de Braose of Brecknock and Abergavenny m. Eva Marshall (dau of William Mareschal, 1st Earl of Pembroke)

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William de BRAOSE, 6th Baron of Aberg and Lady Eva MARSHALL Husband: William de Braose, 6th Baron of Aberg LifeNotes: Was of Abergavenny. He was suspected of a dalliance with the wife of Llewellyn, Prince of Wales, who invited William to his castle for an Easter feast, then threw William in prison after the banquet. William de Braose was thereafter hanged as was Prince Llewellyn's unfaithful wife, Joan. The Annals of Margam (in T. Gale, ed, Historiae Britannicae et Anglicanae Scriptores XX (Oxford, 1687), 2-18, [anno] MCCXXX) implies that the "intimacy" was devised by Llywelyn to avenge himself on William for political injuries inflicted not only by William but by the entire Braose family; the execution was hailed by the Welsh as a vindication of a blood-feud against the Braoses dating from at least 1176. Indeed, shortly after the execution Llywelyn wrote to William de Braose's widow Eva and to her brother William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, stating, in effect, that as far as he was concerned, the intended marriage between Llywelyn's son Dafydd and Eva Marshall's daughter Isabella could go forward as planned, and that he could not have prevented the Welsh magnates from taking their vengeance. See J. Goronwy Edwards, Calendar of Ancient Correspondence concerning Wales (Board of Celtic Studies of the University of Wales, History and Law Series, 2) (Cardiff, 935), pp 51-52, nos. XI.56a, 56b. The marriage in fact took place three months later. Born: 1204, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales Married: Died: 5/2/1230, Wales Parents: Reginald de Broase and Groecia (Grace) Bruere / de Briwere Wife: Lady Eva Marshall LifeNotes: Born: 1206 Married: Died: 7/1246 Parents: William Marshall,3rd Earl of Pembroke, and Isabel de Clare Their children were:
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Sources

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