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Glin Castle.  Been in the Fitzgerald Family for over 700 years.  Only booking the complete castle.  15 bedrooms.  Do I know that many Fitzgeralds?

Been in the Fitzgerald Family for over 700 years. Only booking the complete castle. Do I know that many Fitzgeralds?

SIR ALAN FITZ WALTER, 2nd High Steward of Scotland, Knight Templar 1140-1204 was the son of WALTER FITZ ALAN. From the time of his succession, Alan served as dapifer to William the Lion, King of Scots.  Alan's family acquired the Isle of Bute. He was possibly responsible for the erection of Rothesay Castle. Alan accompanied Richard the Lionheart on the Third Crusade. Alan became a patron of the Knights Templar and is responsible for expanding Templar influence in Scotland.  23rd G…

Religious freedom - I respect the right to chose religion, only repulsed by the choice.

Thomas de Beauchamp, 11th Earl of Warwick depicted in 1347 as one of the 8 mourners attached to the monumental brass of Sir Hugh Hastings (d...

Thomas de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick as one of the 8 mourners attached to the monumental brass of Sir Hugh Hastings at St Mary's Church,Elsing,Norfolk.

~Researching Your Family History~--thought you may need to use this in your ongoing collection of family names...

~Researching Your Family History~--thought you may need to use this in your ongoing collection of family names.

WALTER FITZ ALAN 1106-1177 was the 1st hereditary High Steward of Scotland and described as "a Norman by culture and by blood a Breton". He was the third son of a Breton knight, ALAN FITZ FLAAD, feudal lord of Oswestry, by his spouse AVELINE, daughter of Ernoulf de Hesdin. 24th G GRANDFATHER

WALTER FITZ ALAN 1106-1177 was the 1st hereditary High Steward of Scotland and described as "a Norman by culture and by blood a Breton". He was the third son of a Breton knight, ALAN FITZ FLAAD, feudal lord of Oswestry, by his spouse AVELINE, daughter of Ernoulf de Hesdin. 24th G GRANDFATHER

Full-bodied houppelandes with voluminous sleeves worn with elaborate headdresses are characteristic of the earlier 15th century. Detail from Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry.

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The personal Coat of Arms of Rt. Hon Bishop Count David J. Gagnon, a Hereditary Knight Templar, the Grand Cross Knight of the Temple of Solomon.  One of the original orders of the Knights Templar of 1118AD.

The personal Coat of Arms of Rt. Hon Bishop Count David J. Gagnon, a Hereditary Knight Templar, the Grand Cross Knight of the Temple of Solomon. One of the original orders of the Knights Templar of

Arundel Castle, birthplace of Baroness Lady Nicole dAubigny Dudley (1210 - 1254)  my 24th great grandmother

Arundel Castle in Arundel, West Sussex, England is a restored medieval castle. It was founded by Roger de Montgomery on Christmas Day Roger became the first to hold the earldom of Arundel by the graces of William the Conqueror.

The coat-of-arms of Nitra is among a group of seals from counties whose “hereditary” counts were bishops, and therefore are dominated by a hagiographic theme. The current Coat-of-arms refers to one of several medieval legends surrounding St. Ladislaus, who was King of Hungary in 1077-1095. In this legend, he rescues a princess from the pagan Cumans, a local version of the story of St. George, the patron saint of knights, who saves a princess from a dragon, the embodiment of the devil and…

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Effigy of Robert, at the Everingham tombs at Laxton- Robert Everingham, who died in 1287, was a baron in the reign of King Henry II. He made Laxton his principal home, and was the last of the chief lords of Laxton and hereditary chief keeper or custodian of the royal forests of Nottingham and Derby. Robert was a Knight of King Edward I, and possibly a participant in the crusade led by Prince Edward, 1270-74. From his effigy in stone it is likely that he was clad in armour of ring-mail.

Effigy of Robert, at the Everingham tombs at Laxton- Robert Everingham, who died in 1287, was a baron in the reign of King Henry II. He made Laxton his principal home, and was the last of the chief lords of Laxton and hereditary chief keeper or custodian of the royal forests of Nottingham and Derby. Robert was a Knight of King Edward I, and possibly a participant in the crusade led by Prince Edward, 1270-74. From his effigy in stone it is likely that he was clad in armour of ring-mail.

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