William le Gros, William le Gras, William d'Aumale, William Crassus (died 20 August 1179) was Earl of York and Lord of Holderness in the English peerage and the Count of Aumale in France. He was the eldest son of Stephen, Count of Aumale, and his spouse, Hawise, daughter of Ralph de Mortimer of Wigmore . William witnessed two ...
11 de fev. de 2019 · William le Gros (died 20 August 1179) was the Count of Aumale (Earl of Albemarle), Earl of York, and Lord of Holderness. He was the eldest son of Stephen, Count of Aumale, and his spouse, Hawise, daughter of Ralph de Mortimer of Wigmore. He founded the town of Chipping Sodbury, South Gloucester.
- Aumale, Normandy
- Cecily Fitzduncan, Lady of Skipton
- circa 1108
William le Gros, having already been charged with the defence of the city of York, was created earl by King Stephen in 1138. He was the king's administrator of all Yorkshire. In 1155 he was forced to relinquish the earldom to King Henry II .
William le Gros, 1423 - 1484. William le Gros was born on month day 1423, in birth place, to Oliver le Gros and Elise le Gros. William married Helen le Gros (born d'Udekem (D'Udeker)) in 1445, at age 21 in marriage place. Helen was born in 1424, in birth place. They had one son: William le Gros.
William Crassus I , aka Le Gros or Gras and Grace (died 1219), was the son of Stephen II Le Gros born 1112 second son of his parents were Stephen I(Etienne)and wife daughter of Roger De Mortimer. William was from an Anglo-Norman baronial family long established in central Normandy. The house of Blois (Capet and Robertian of Hugh.