|Seigneur Hubert de Vallibus DE VAUX
(Abt 1082-After 1149)
Seigneur Hubert de Vallibus DE VAUX
- Born: Abt 1082, Vaux near Falaise, Normandy, France
- Died: After 1149, Gilsland, Irthington, Cumberland, England
Hubert de Vallibus or Vaux; fl 1149; held extensive lands, notably the seigneurie from which he took his name near Falaise, Normandy, and various feudal Lordships in the North of England; ancestor of the Vaux's of Gilsland, an estate which passed through an heiress temp. Henry III to Thomas de Moulton, and the Vaux's of Tryermayne, Cumberland, the heiress of which temp. Edward I married William le Vaux of Catterlen, ancestor in the female line of the Barons Brougham and Vaux. [Burke's Peerage}
1st Baron of Gillesland granted by Ranulph de Meschines, Earl of Chester.
Hubert married Grace (Grecia). (Grace (Grecia) was born about 1082 in Cumberland, England.)