|Baderon fitz William DE MONMOUTH
Baderon fitz William DE MONMOUTH
- Born: Monmouth, Wales
- Died: Between 1170 and 1176
Compiler's 29 x great-grandfather
“Baderon de Monemue” donated property in Monmouth to Monmouth Priory, with the consent of “filiorum meorum Gileberti et Jacobi”, by undated charter witnessed by "…Waltero Marmiun…". “Badero de Momuta et uxor sua Rohes” donated revenue in Monmouth to Monmouth Priory by charter dated "circa festivitatem Omnium Sanctorum, in die qua michi desponsata fuit uxor mea Rohes" (no year) witnessed by "Galterus frater Gilleberti consulis, qui ipsa die loco consulis uxorem meam michi dedit…comitissa Ysabel, Robertus filius Baderonis, Johannes filius Roberti, Thomas filius Pagani…". Robert Bishop of Hereford confirmed the donations to Monmouth priory made by "Guienocus dominus de Monemuda…Willelmus…eiusdem Guienoci nepos…Badero hujus Willelmi filius et Rohesia eius uxor…Pagani filii Baderonis…Ricardus de Cormeliis" by charter dated 1144. He mentioned a gift to the Hospitallers for the soul of his wife in his Carta of 1166. The Red Book of the Exchequer refers to "Baderon de Munemue xv m" in Hereford in [1167/68]. 1
Baderon married Rohesia DE CLARE, daughter of Gilbert fitz Richard DE CLARE, Earl of Hertford, and Adeliza DE CLERMONT. (Rohesia DE CLARE was born in Clare, Suffolk, England and died in 1149.)
1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy: Baderon [II] de Monmouth.