Genealogy data of Dolman or Dowman, of Pocklington

Virtute et Veritate (Courage and truth)

Henry I “Lion de Justice” BEAUCLERCAge: 67 years10681135

Name
Henry I “Lion de Justice” BEAUCLERC
Given names
Henry
Surname
BEAUCLERC
Nickname
Lion de Justice
Birth September 1068 41 37
Note: Le lieu n'est pas certain, ce peut-être également Winchester
Registered partnershipSybilla CORBETView this family
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Registered partnershipNest View this family
yes

Registered partnershipAnsfride View this family
yes

Registered partnershipEdith SIGULFSONView this family
yes

Registered partnershipEdith View this family
yes

Registered partnershipIsabel (Elizabeth) de BEAUMONTView this family
yes

Birth of a son
#1
Robert de GLOUCESTER
about 1090 (Age 21 years)
MarriageÉdith “Mathilde” d'ÉCOSSEView this family
November 11, 1100 (Age 32 years)
Birth of a son
#2
Richard de LINCOLN
before 1101 (Age 32 years)

Birth of a daughter
#3
Matildhe "l'Emperesse" d'ANGLETERRE
February 7, 1102 (Age 33 years)
Note: Londres pour d'autres sources
Birth of a son
#4
Guillaume ADELIN
1103 (Age 34 years)

Birth of a daughter
#5
Mathilde BEAUCLERC

Note: Fille illégitime
Death of a wifeÉdith “Mathilde” d'ÉCOSSE
May 1, 1118 (Age 49 years)
Death of a sonGuillaume ADELIN
November 25, 1120 (Age 52 years)
Cause: Naufrage de la Blanche-Nef
Death of a sonRichard de LINCOLN
November 25, 1120 (Age 52 years)
Cause: Noyé dans le naufrage du "White Ship (la blanche Nef)".
Death of a daughterMathilde BEAUCLERC
November 25, 1120 (Age 52 years)
Cause: Naufrage de la 'Blanche Nef'
MarriageAdeliza de LOUVAINView this family
January 29, 1121 (Age 52 years)
Death of a wifeEdith
after 1130 (Age 61 years)

Death December 1, 1135 (Age 67 years)
Burial
Title
King of England

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Marriage: 1052Eu, Seine-Maritime, France
-1 years
elder brother
12 years
elder sister
2 years
elder sister
7 years
himself
Family with Édith “Mathilde” d'ÉCOSSE - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: November 11, 1100Westminster Abbey, London, England
15 months
daughter
23 months
son
Family with Adeliza de LOUVAIN - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: January 29, 1121Westminster Abbey, London, England
Family with Sybilla CORBET - View this family
himself
wife
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son
Family with Nest - View this family
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Family with Ansfride - View this family
himself
wife
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son
Family with Edith SIGULFSON - View this family
himself
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Family with Edith - View this family
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daughter
Family with Isabel (Elizabeth) de BEAUMONT - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage:
William d'AUBIGNY + Adeliza de LOUVAIN - View this family
wife’s husband
wife
Marriage: 1138
13 years
step-son
step-daughter
Herbert FITZHERBERT + Sybilla CORBET - View this family
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wife
Gerald de WINDSOR + Nest - View this family
wife’s husband
wife
step-son
Stephen + Nest - View this family
wife’s husband
wife
Gilbert Strongbow FitzGilbert de CLARE + Isabel (Elizabeth) de BEAUMONT - View this family
wife’s husband
wife
step-son
Hervey de MONTMORENCY + Isabel (Elizabeth) de BEAUMONT - View this family
wife’s husband
wife

Birth
Le lieu n'est pas certain, ce peut-être également Winchester
Note
HENRY I (1068-1135), a king of England, was the youngest son of William the Conqueror. He succeeded his brother William II in 1100. Henry married Matilda, daughter of Malcolm III of Scotland and his wife, Margaret, a member of the Saxon royal house of England. Thus, Henry gained the support of his Saxon subjects and strengthened his descendants' claim to the throne. Henry promoted centralized rule and gave the royal courts greater authority. He seized Normandy from his eldest brother, Robert, in 1106 and later prevented Robert's son, William, from taking control of what had been his father's lands. After his own son's tragic death by shipwreck, Henry arranged for his daughter, Matilda, to succeed him. But when Henry died, his nephew Stephen became king. 5 Aug 1100 > 1 Dec 1135 = reign of Henry I of England. He was the youngest son of William the Conqueror. Nicknamed "Beauclerc" because he could read and write. He was a strong king and quickly took control of England when his brother William Rufus was Killed in the New Forest. When the eldest son, Robert came back from the Crusade he didn't manage to beat Henry and became Henry's prisoner until he died. Henry ruled England well. He married the daughter of the King of Scotland. They had two children: William and Matilda. Prince William was drowned in 1120. Henry made the Barons accept Matilda as his heir (to become Queen when he died). Matild's cousin Stephen was chosen to be king, this led to civil war and Matilda never became queen Update: from Queen's Official Web Site 8/10/97. Henry I After William's death while hunting in the New Forest in 1100, his younger brother, Henry I (reigned 1100-35), succeeded to the throne. By 1106 he had captured Normandy from his brother, Robert, who then spent the last 28 years of his life as his brother's prisoner. An energetic and decisive ruler, Henry centralised the administration of England and Normandy in the royal court, and extended royal powers of patronage. Reigned 1100-1135. Duke of Normandy 1106-1135. His reign is notable for important legal and administrative reforms, and for the final resolution of the investiture controversy. Abroad, he waged several campaigns in order to consolidate and expand his continental possessions. Was so hated by his brothers that they vowed to disinherit him. In 1106 he captured Robert and held him til he died. He proved to be a hard but just ruler. He aparently died from over eating Lampreys! Additional Information: Henry I was the youngest son of William the Conqueror. Henry was granted5000 pounds of silver when William I died. He spent several years shiftingloyalties from one brother to the other. This led to the brothers signinga mutual accession treaty to keep Henry from ever holding the crown. WhenRobert left on the crusade, Henry realized that William's death would resultin his gaining the throne. William would later die on a hunting trip, butHenry's involvement is uncertain. Within 3 days of William's death he was crownedking. Robert headed back to Normandy to reclaim it from Henry, but by 1106 Henryhad regained Normandy and Robert spent the rest of his life in prison. Henry I married Eadgyth, who later changed her name to Matilda. Matilda had two sonsand a daughter. One of the sons died early, and the other, William, died in the wreckof the White ship in 1120. Matilda died in 1118, and Henry remarried, but that marriageproduced no children. Henry also had two illegitimate children: Robert de Mellent,Earl of Gloucester, and Sibylla, wife of King Alexander I of Scotland. Henry gained his nickname, "Beauclerc," because of his education. Beauclercmeans "great scholar." During his reign, the church protested the king selling appointments to the clergyas a means of gaining money. Henry didn't do much about it until the pope threatenedto excommunicate him in 1105. Following this, Henry agreed to stop selling theappointments, but still managed to maintain a deciding voice in the clerical appointments. Henry I made the Norman barons swear allegiance to his niece, Matilda, as the futurequeen of England. This was doomed to fail, however, and Stephen of Blois would becomethe next king of England. Henry died in 1135.
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Famille BEAUCLERC -
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Famille BEAUCLERC - LOUVAIN
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Famille BEAUCLERC - CORBET
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Famille BEAUCLERC - SIGULFSON
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Famille BEAUCLERC -
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Famille BEAUCLERC - DE BEAUMONT