Name: Hamo de VALOINES , Domesday tenant of Parham 1
ALIA: Hamo de /Valognes/, Domesday tenant of Parham
Name: Hamo de VALENSIS , Domesday tenant of Parham 1
Birth: BEF 1065 in Valognes, Cotentin/Manche, Normandy, France 1
Death: AFT 1100 in Parham, Plomesgate, Suffolk, England
Following is part of a post to SGM, 21 Feb 1999, by Raymond Phair:
Ranulf [de Glanville] married Bertha, daughter of his neighbor Theobald de Valeines (or Valognes). Children:
1. Matilda, probably the eldest , mar. William d'Auberville (d.1195-6) and had a son Hugh.
2. Helewise, mar. Robert fitz Ralph (d. 1184-5), lord of Middleham, Yorkshire, and had 3 sons: Waleran (b. c.1170 ), Ralph, Ranulf. Helewise was said to have d. 1 Mar 1194/5, bur. Swainby
abbey, Yorks. (her foundation, later moved to Coverham, Yorks.).
3. Amabel, mar. Ralph d'Arderne (d. c.1210), and had a son Thomas.
Theobald de Valeines (fl. 1135), a tenant of the count of Brittany (honor of Richmond) in Parham, as well as co. Norfolk and Yorkshire, married Helewise ---. He was probably a son of Hamo de Valenis who held Parham as the Domesday tenant of count Alan Rufus.
Even though there is no proof, I am connecting these 2 lines together at the only likely place that they would connect. Their name (Valognes/Valoines/Valeines) gives a strong indication of their common origin in Normandy.
Father: Piers (Peter) de VALOGNES , Sheriff b: AFT 1033 in Valognes, Cotentin/Manche, Normandy, France
Mother: Aubrey\Albreda de RYE b: ABT 1046 in Ryes near Bayeux, Calvados, Normandy, France
- Theobald de VALOINES , Lord of Parham b: ABT 1090 in Parham, Plomesgate, Suffolk, England
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Page: Raymond Phair, 8 Apr 1999