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Personal data Ansfrid (Ansfroi) I "le Danois" dit "le Goz" (Ansfrid (Ansfroi) I "le Danois" dit "le Goz") "Count d'Hiesmes - 'The Dane'" Hrolfsson Vicomte d'Exmes 


Ancestors (and descendant) of Ansfrid (Ansfroi) I "le Danois" dit "le Goz" Hrolfsson

Richilde de Bourges
± 886-± 946

Ansfrid (Ansfroi) I "le Danois" dit "le Goz" Hrolfsson
± 937-± 978

± 962

Helloe de Beulac
± 930-± 1037


Household of Ansfrid (Ansfroi) I "le Danois" dit "le Goz" (Ansfrid (Ansfroi) I "le Danois" dit "le Goz") "Count d'Hiesmes - 'The Dane'" Hrolfsson Vicomte d'Exmes

He is married to Helloe de Beulac.

about 962 at Of, Normandy, France.


Child(ren):

  1. Ansfred (Ansfroi) II "le Dane" le Gotz (le Goz)  ± 965-± 1035 
  2. Catherine Lotharine de Bricquebec  ± 955-???? 


Notes about Ansfrid (Ansfroi) I "le Danois" dit "le Goz" (Ansfrid (Ansfroi) I "le Danois" dit "le Goz") "Count d'Hiesmes - 'The Dane'" Hrolfsson Vicomte d'Exmes

GIVN Ansfred I,
SURN Rollosson
AFN 83XP-DB
STAT SUBMITTED
STAT SUBMITTED
DATE 9 SEP 2000
TIME 13:15:39
GIVN Ansfred I,
SURN Rollosson
AFN 83XP-DB
STAT SUBMITTED
STAT SUBMITTED
DATE 9 SEP 2000
TIME 13:15:39
Name Suffix: Count Of Heismer
Name Suffix: I
Name Suffix: Count Of Heismer
Name Prefix: Baron

The first son of of Robert Turstain, was Baron ofBriquebec in 943, and his grandson William, Baron of Briquebec, was the firstto take the name of Bertrand, from whom descended th e Russell family of England, Dukes of Bedford. In the rebellion of Rioulf of St. Savour angainst DukeWilliam Longsword, in 933, Baron of Briquebec is me tioned by Wace as one ofthe three Barons who alone remained faithful to the Duke, by rendering him military service at the seige of Rouen; and on the ass issination of that Princehe was appointed by the barons of Normandy and Bret agny one of the three guardians to his young son, the Duke Robert, at a crisi s which required a rare union of courage , firmness and discretion, and fulfi lled his trust during that long and troubling minority with the reputation to himself and and advantage to his country. It was in the time of Anslech that the Castle of Briquebecwas first erected, now one of the most beautiful and picturesque ruins in LaManche. Anslech lived to witness the accession of D uke Richard II.
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[Nix.FTW]

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"Royalty for Commoners", Roderick W. Stuart, 1992, 2nd edition.
[Norvell.FTW]

[Nix.FTW]

[Nixon.ftw]

"Royalty for Commoners", Roderick W. Stuart, 1992, 2nd edition.
The third son of Gerlotte was Ansfrid the Dane, the first Vicomte of the Hiemois, and father of Ansfrid the second, surnamed Goz, above mentioned, whose son Turstain (Thurstan, or Toustain) Goz was the great favourite of Robert Duke of
Normandy, the father of the Conqueror, and accompanied him to the Holy Land, and was entrusted to bring back the relics the Duke had obtained from the Patriarch of Jerusalem to present to the Abbey of Cerisi,which he had founded. Revolting
against the young Duke William in 1041 (Vide vol. i, p. 21), Turstainwas exiled, and his lands confiscated and given by the Duke to his mother, Herleve, wife of Herluin de Conteville.
The third son of Gerlotte was Ansfrid the Dane, the first Vicomte of the Hiemois, and father of Ansfrid the second, surnamed Goz, above mentioned, whose son Turstain (Thurstan, or Toustain) Goz was the great favourite of Robert Duke of
Normandy, the father of the Conqueror, and accompanied him to the Holy Land, and was entrusted to bring back the relics the Duke had obtained from the Patriarch of Jerusalem to present to the Abbey of Cerisi,which he had founded. Revolting
against the young Duke William in 1041 (Vide vol. i, p. 21), Turstainwas exiled, and his lands confiscated and given by the Duke to his mother, Herleve, wife of Herluin de Conteville.
The third son of Gerlotte was Ansfrid the Dane, the first Vicomte of the Hiemois, and father of Ansfrid the second, surnamed Goz, above mentioned, whose son Turstain (Thurstan, or Toustain) Goz was the great favourite of Robert Duke of
Normandy, the father of the Conqueror, and accompanied him to the Holy Land, and was entrusted to bring back the relics the Duke had obtained from the Patriarch of Jerusalem to present to the Abbey of Cerisi,which he had founded. Revolting
against the young Duke William in 1041 (Vide vol. i, p. 21), Turstainwas exiled, and his lands confiscated and given by the Duke to his mother, Herleve, wife of Herluin de Conteville.
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One report says he came to France with Rollo, thought he dates don't match.One report says he came to France with Rollo, thought he dates don't match.
Rootsweb Feldman
URL: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3044567&id=I28713
# ID: I28713
# Name: Anslec DE BASTEMBOURG 1 2
# Sex: M
# Name: Anslec DE BASTEMBOURG 3 4 5 2
# Birth: 936 in Normandy 2
# Birth: 936 in Normandy, -----------------see notes 3 4 5 2
# Death: in living in 10th cent. 1 3 4 5 2
# Change Date: 15 JAN 2004 2
# Change Date: 4 OCT 2001 3 4 5 2
# IDNO: 1856 3 4 5 2
# Note:

[Joanne's Tree.1 GED.GED]

1 NAME Anslec /de BASTEMBOURG/
2 SOUR S332582
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: 14 Jan 2004
1 BIRT
2 DATE 936
2 PLAC Normandy, -----------------see notes
2 SOUR S332582
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: 14 Jan 2004
2 PLAC 1856
2 SOUR S332582
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: 14 Jan 2004

[daveanthes.FTW]

SOUR Family Tree MakerThe first son of of Robert Turstain, was Baron of Briquebec in 943, and his grandson William, Baron of Briquebec, was the first to take the name of Bertrand, from whom descended
the Russell family of England, Dukes of Bedford.
In the rebellion of Rioulf of St. Savour angainst Duke William Longsword, in 933, Baron of Briquebec is metioned by Wace as one of the three Barons who alone remained faithful to the Duke, by
rendering him military service at the seige of Rouen; and on the assissination of that Prince he was appointed by the barons of Normandy and Bretagny one of the three guardians to his young son, the
Duke Robert, at a crisis which required a rare union of courage , firmness and discretion, and fulfilled his trust during that long and troubling minority with the reputation to himself and and
advantage to his country. It was in the time of Anslech that the Castle of Briquebec was first erected, now one of the most beautiful and picturesque ruins in La Manche.
Anslech lived to witness the accession of Duke Richard II.

Father: Hrolf TURSTAIN b: 909 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway
Mother: Gerlotte Of BLOIS b: ABT 890 in Tillieres, Normandy, France

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

Children

1. Has Children Ertemburga DE BRIOQUIBEC b: ABT 932 in ancestress of Harcourt family in England, ancestors of
2. Has Children Toussaint De Bertrand DE BASTEMBOURG b: 962 in Normandy, France

Marriage 2 Spouse Unknown

Children

1. Has Children Ertemburga DE BRIOQUIBEC b: ABT 932 in ancestress of Harcourt family in England, ancestors of

Marriage 3 Spouse Unknown

Children

1. Has Children Ertemburga DE BRIOQUIBEC b: ABT 932 in ancestress of Harcourt family in England, ancestors of

Marriage 4 Spouse Unknown

Children

1. Has Children Ertemburga DE BRIOQUIBEC b: ABT 932 in ancestress of Harcourt family in England, ancestors of

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The Conqueror and His Companions by J.R. Planché, Somerset Herald. London: Tinsley Brothers, 1874. The third son of Gerlotte was Ansfrid the Dane, the first Vicomte of the Hiemois, and father of Ansfrid the second, surnamed Goz, above mentioned, whose son Turstain (Thurstan, or Toustain) Goz was the great favourite of Robert Duke of Normandy, the father of the Conqueror, and accompanied him to the Holy Land, and was entrusted to bring back the relics the Duke had obtained from the Patriarch of Jerusalem to present to the Abbey of Cerisi, which he had founded. Revolting against the young Duke William in 1041 (Vide vol. i, p. 21), Turstain was exiled, and his lands confiscated and given by the Duke to his mother, Herleve, wife of Herluin de Conteville.
GIVN Ansfred I,
SURN Rollosson
AFN 83XP-DB
STAT SUBMITTED
STAT SUBMITTED
DATE 9 SEP 2000
TIME 13:15:39
#Générale##Générale#Anslech Bertrand, prince danois, fils aîné, tuteur en 938 de RichardII de Normandie
s:hg76.300 ; HR

note couple : #Générale#s:Aurejac

#Générale#Fils aîné en 938.
Profession : Seigneur-Curateur de la maison deBricquebec-Bertrand.
Prince danois.
Tuteur de Richard II de Normandie.
{geni:occupation} Vicomte d'Exmes until 978 when fief was transferred to Roger I de Montgomery, Sieur, de Montfort-sur-Risle, Curateur, de la maison de Bricque, Seigneur De Briquebec
{geni:about_me} From The Conqueror and his companions, Volume 2, 1874, By James Robinson Planché (paraphrased):

Rongwald (Ragnvald) had several children by a favorite slave whom he had married "in more Danico", and one of these was '''Hrolf Turstain''', who followed his Uncle Rollo into Normandy and secured the hand there of '''Gerlotte de Blois''', daughter of Count Thibaut de Blois et Chartres. Hrolf was "the foundation of this branch of the great Norse family in Normandy, and the stock from which descended the Lords of Briquebec, of Bec-Crispin, of Montfort-sur-Risle, and others who figure as companions of the Conqueror."

The third son of Hrolf Turstain and Gerlotte was Ansfrid the Dane, the first vicomte of the Hiemois (aka Exmes). His son Ansfrid II (called le Goz) was father of Thurstan (Turstin) le Goz, a trusted aide to Duke Robert of Normandy who accompanied him to the Holy Land and was entrusted to bring back to the Abbey of Cerisi the relics the Duke had obtained from the Patriarch of Jerusalem.

FMG Medieval Lands http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NORMAN%20NOBILITY.htm :

ANSFRID, son of --- . His name and that of his son suggest that this family was of Viking origin, which is confirmed by Guillaume de Jumièges who names "Toustain surnommé Guz, fils d'Ansfroi le Danois"[610].

m ---. The name of Ansfrid's wife is not known.

Ansfrid & his wife had one child: "…Nielli vicecomitis…Richardi vicecomitis, Guillelmi fratris eius, Haimonis vicecomitis, Radulfi, fratris eius Hernisi, Gaufredi vicecomitis, Gisleberti Crispini, fratris eius Guillelmi, Turstinci vicecomitis, Hugonis filii Huberti, Hugonis Paisfolet, Turstinci Gazel, Guidonis filii Rainaldi comitis, Richardi filii Turstinci, Roberti fratris eius, Rannulfi gilii Ascelini" witnessed the charter dated to [1047 or before] under which Guillaume II Duke of Normandy confirmed the donation by "Adelelmi…Beatricis uxor eius…Rotberti filius eius" to the abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel[611].

1. THURSTAN "le Goz" (-[1045/55]).

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Ansfred I Rollosson

B: 0937 Tillieres, Normandy, France

D: aft 0978

M: abt 0962

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Ansfrid Hrólfsson1

b. 935

Ansfrid Hrólfsson|b. 935|p55.htm#i6650|Hrólfr Turstain Hrollaugsson|b. b 890|p55.htm#i6653|Gerlotte de Blois|b. c 900|p55.htm#i6654|Hrollaugr Rögnvaldsson|b. c 870|p105.htm#i12876||||Theobald de Blois|b. c 880\nd. 904|p315.htm#i7561|Richilde de Bourges|b. b 892|p60.htm#i7562|

FatherHrólfr Turstain Hrollaugsson1 b. before 890

MotherGerlotte de Blois1 b. circa 900

Ansfrid Hrólfsson was born in 935. He was the son of Hrólfr Turstain Hrollaugsson and Gerlotte de Blois.1 Ansfrid Hrólfsson married Helloe (?), daughter of Godfrey of Buelac, before 970. Ansfrid Hrólfsson was living in 978.1

Family

Helloe (?) b. 937

Child

* Ansfrid II Onfror le Goz+ b. 9702

Citations

1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 295-36.

2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 295-35.

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Ansfrid Hrólfsson married Helloe (?), daughter of Godfrey of Buelac, before 970.

He was recorded as still living in 975.

See "My Lines"

( http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cousin/html/p55.htm#i6650 )

from Compiler: R. B. Stewart, Evans, GA

( http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cousin/html/index.htm )
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Ansfrid the Dane A nephew of Duke Rollo of Normandy. He married Gilette de Beaumont.1 Ansfrid the Dane died after 978.
_P_CCINFO 1-3597

Original individual @P2998683553@ (@MS_080525.GED0@) merged with @P2995241815@ (@MS_080525.GED0@)


NOT-A-MATCH: This individual is not the same as Gerloc ?-?, PAF ID {0d2a8bfd-f184-4818-ab4d-aaaeb4e0db7f}
[large-G675.FTW]

"Royalty for Commoners", Roderick W. Stuart, 1992, 2nd edition.
Alias: The /Dane/
Alias: Baron of Halton & /Widnor/
1 NAME Oslac of /Briquebec/
Ancestral File Number: 83XP-DB"Royalty for Commoners", Roderick W.Stuart, 1992, 2nd edition.[Custer February 1, 2002 Family Tree.FTW]

[merge G675.FTW]

"Royalty for Commoners", Roderick W. Stuart, 1992, 2nd edition.
1 NAME Oslac of /Briquebec/
1 NAME Oslac of /Briquebec/

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