Aubrey de Vere
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Aubrey de Vere peut se référer à plusieurs personnes :

  • Aubrey de Vere (I) († vers 1112) ;
  • Aubrey de Vere (II) († 1141), maître chambellan d'Angleterre. Fils du précédent ;
  • Aubrey de Vere (III) († 1194), 1er comte d'Oxford. Fils du précédent ;
  • Aubrey de Vere (IV) († 1214), 2e comte d'Oxford. Fils du précédent ;
  • Aubrey de Vere († 1400), 10e comte d'Oxford ;
  • Aubrey de Vere († 1703), 20e comte d'Oxford ;
  • Aubrey Thomas de Vere († 1902), poète irlandais.

Voir aussi

  • Famille de Vere

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  • Aubrey de Vere II — (c. 1080 1141) was also known as Alberic [us] de Ver . He was the second of that name in post Norman Conquest England, being the eldest surviving son of Alberic or Aubrey de Vere who had followed William the Conqueror to England in or after 1066 …   Wikipedia

  • Aubrey de Vere, 10th Earl of Oxford — (c. 1338 ndash; 15 February, 1400) was the second son of John de Vere, 7th Earl of Oxford and Maud de Badlesmere, daughter of Bartholomew de Badlesmere, 1st Lord Badlesmere. In 1360 he was made steward of the royal forest of Havering in Essex. In …   Wikipedia

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  • Aubrey de Vere, 20th Earl of Oxford — Aubrey de Vere, 20th Earl of Oxford, KG, PC, (1627 – 12 March 1703) was the son of the Robert de Vere, 19th Earl of Oxford and his wife Beatrix van Hemmend. On 12 April 1647, he married Hon. Anne Bayning, a daughter of the 2nd Viscount Bayning.… …   Wikipedia

  • Aubrey de Vere (10e comte d'Oxford) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Aubrey de Vere. Aubrey de Vere (1338/40[1] – 15 février 1400), 10e comte d Oxford, fut un important baron du règne de Richard II d Angleterre[1] …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Aubrey Thomas Hunt de Vere —     Aubrey Thomas Hunt de Vere     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Aubrey Thomas Hunt de Vere     Poet, critic, and essayist, b. at Curragh Chase, County Limerick, Ireland, 10 January, 1814; died there, 21 January, 1902. He was the third son of Sir… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Aubrey Thomas de Vere — (10 January 1814–20 January 1902) was an Irish poet and critic. Life He was born at Curraghchase Forest Park, Kilcornan, County Limerick, the third son of Sir Aubrey de Vere Hunt (1788–1846) and younger brother to Stephen De Vere. In 1832 his… …   Wikipedia

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