~1080, William born in Monouthshire, England, s/o §§Baron Baderon of Monmouth.
2/4/1075-86, Baderon donated ‘villam Beren cum filia sua’ to the abbey of Saint-Georges de Rennes, with the consent of Guillelmo eius filio [William his son]. (S) FMG.
1086, Willima fitz Baderon holding 12 lordships in Gloucestershire and 10 in Hampshire. [Land in Burghclere in Kingsclere Hundred and East Cholderton in Andover Hundred in Hampshire, land in Cirencester, Daglingworth, Siddington, Westonbirt, Tibberton, Huntley, Longhope, Stears, Newnham, St Briavels and Hewelsfield in Gloucestershire.]
Bef. 1096, Phylippus de Braiosa confirmed all the donations to Saint-Florent de Saumur by pater suus Willelmus, witnessed by Willelmus filius Baderonis et Paganus frater Rius.
3/18/1101-02, William son of Baderon donated the priory of St Mary Monmouth to Saumur Saint-Florent.
By 11/1128, William died.
~1073, ‘Wihenoc’ becamed lord of the honour of Monmouth and keeper of the royal castle at Monmouth.
2/4/1075-86, Confirmation by William I King of England of a donation to Saumur Saint-Florent by Wethenocus de Monmouth, witnessed by Alano comite et Baderono fratre Wethenoci et ipso Wethenoco. (S) FMG.
Bef. 1079, Wihenoc founded the priory at Monmouth. (S) FMG.
[Undated] Wihenocus de Monemue founded the church ‘in castro meo de Monemue’, and donated it to the monastery of Saint-Florent de Saumur, witnessed by Baderon frater meus, Willielmus Yvin, Robertus, Paganus, Ywen Troue filii Baderonis. [Wihenoc and his brother Baderon, father of his nephew and heir Baderon. Wihenoc outlived his brother Baderon.] (S) FMG.
Wihenoc became a monk before dying, leaving his nephew §§Baderon as his heir.
Child of William and ?:
i. Baderon de Monmouth (94536968), born ~1105 in Wales.