William Des Roches

William des Roches (or Guillaume des Roches) (1165–1222), seneschal of Anjou, was a knight in the service of the Angevin Kings of England, and King Philip II of France after 1202. Guillaume was born somewhere in Anjou, most likely at Longué-Jumelles.

Read more about William Des RochesEarly Life and Career, Angevin Civil War, King Philip Triumphant, Albigensian Crusade and Later Life, References and Further Reading

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