|Conde Vermudo Pérez DE TRABA
Conde Vermudo Pérez DE TRABA
- Married: Before 25 Jul 1122
- Died: Abt 1168, Sobrado, A Coruña, Spain
Compiler's 26 x great-grandfather
An undated charter names “comes domnus Fernandus et domnus Ueremudus et domnus Garssia et domnus Uelascus et comes domnus Rodericus dictus Uelusu et domna Luba” as the children of "domno Petro Froyle". The Historia Compostelana names “Dño P comite, uxor eius comitisa Dña Major, Veremudus Petriz filius eius, Fernandus Petriz filius eius…”. The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Vermui Perez…El Conde D. Fernando Perez de Trava" as the sons of "Conde D. Pedro Fernandez de Trava que pobló el castillo de Trava". "…Veremundus Petri dominans in Alua…" subscribed the charter dated May 1112 under which Queen Urraca granted property to "comiti dno Petro Froyalz et uxori uestre comitisse dne Maiori Roderici de Rarzena". Queen Urraca granted the monastery of Sobrado to Vermudo and his brother Fernando Pérez 29 Jul 1118, confirmed by King Alfonso VII 29 May 1135. The Chronica Adefonsi Imperatoris records that "…the sons of Count Pedro Fróilaz…Rodrigo who was later made count by him and also Velasco and García and Vermudo who held great lordships in Galicia…" made peace with Alfonso VII King of Castile in Galicia after his accession in 1126. He made pilgrimages to Jerusalem in 1126 and . King Alfonso VII granted Sobrado “que ante fuerunt de parentibus vestris” to “comiti domno Fernando et fratri vestro Uermudo Petri” by charter dated 29 May 1135. "Ueremudus Petriz filius dompni comitis Petri Froyle et uxor mea infans dompna Urracha comitis Henriqui filia et regine Tharasie…cum filiis et filiabus nostris" refounded the monastery of San Pelayo de Genroso for "filie mee dompne Urrache Ueremundi" by charter dated 9 Oct 1138, subscribed by "…Domna Lupa comitissa Petri comitis filie". The Chronicon Lusitanum records the rebellion in 1169 (1131) of “Vermudus Petri gener Reginæ Donnæ Tarasiæ…in Castello Sene” and that he was expelled by “Infans [Alfonso]”. The Chronicon Lusitanum names “…Veremundum Petri…” among those in the army of “Imperator D. Alfonsus filius comitis Raymundi et Reginæ Donnæ Orracæ” when they unsuccessfully invaded Portugal in Era 1178 (1140 A.D.). A charter dated 4 Feb 1142 records a division of property made by “Ueremundus Petri” between “mulierem meam...infantem domnam Urracham” and “omnis filios et filias meas”, specifying that “filia mea domna Urracha deouota” received “medietatem de Superato” (but not naming Vermudo´s other children). “Domnus Ueremudus Petri comitis domini Petri filius et uxor mea infans domna Urraca comitis domni Henrici filia et filiis nostris comes domnus Fernandus Petri et uxor mea comitissa domne Sancia Guncaluiz et filiis nostris” donated “hereditate...Prada” to Sobrado by charter dated 1 Jul 1155, which also records that “frater Menendus Petri” donated the same property. "Aldefonsus…tocius Hyspanie imperator…cum uxore mea imperatrice domna Rica et…filiis meis Sanctio et Ferrando regibus" donated property to the abbey of Silos by charter dated 28 Oct 1155, confirmed by "…Veremundus Petriz…". A charter dated 21 Sep 1161 records the settlement of a dispute between "Domnus Ueremudus Petri…cum uxore mea infantissa domna Urracha et cum filiis et filiabus meis" and the monks of Tojos Outos, which records that "predictus domnus Ueremundus Petri" had become a monk "in monasterium Superaddi" and that "uxor…eius infantissa domna Urracha" had become a nun "in…monasterio de Nogueirosa", subscribed by "filia eius Urracha Uermuiz, Fernandus Ueremudi, Sudarius Ueremudi, Santia Ueremudi, Tarasia Ueremudi…". An undated charter records that “domus Veremudus” was ordained a monk at Sobrado and died there. 1
Vermudo married Urraca Henriques DE PORTUGAL, daughter of Henri DE BOURGOGNE, Conde de Portugal, and Infanta doña Teresa DE CASTILLA y León, before 25 Jul 1122. (Urraca Henriques DE PORTUGAL was born between 1097 and 1105 and died after 21 Sep 1161 .)
1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Vermudo Pérez de Traba.