De Verdon

Some articles on de, de verdon:

Edward Bruce - The Invasion of Ireland - Arrival and The Campaign of 1315
... by an army led by vassals of the Earl of Ulster such as the de Mandevilles, Savages, Logans and Bissets of the Glens, and their Irish allies, led by Sir Thomas de Mandeville ... northern Kings and lords met Edward de Brus at Carrickfergus and swore fealty to him as King of Ireland ... The Irish annals state that de Brus "took the hostages and lordship of the whole province of Ulster without opposition and they consented to him being ...
Martlet - Early Usage - De Verdon / Dundalk
... are derived from the family of Thomas de Furnivall who obtained a large part of the land and property of Dundalk and district in about 1319 by ...
Maud Le Vavasour, Baroness Butler - Marriages and Issue
... (died February 1206), son of Hervey Walter and Maud de Valoignes, and went to live in Ireland ... (dead by 1240), married as his first wife Sir Gerald de Prendergast by whom she had issue, including Marie de Prendergast, who in her turn married Sir John de Cogan and had issue ... firstly Joan du Marais, daughter of Geoffrey du Marais and Eva de Bermingham, and had a son Theobald le Botiller (1224–1248), who married Margery de Burgh, daughter of Richard Mor de Burgh, Lord of ...