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Sketch of a genealogical and historical account of the family of Vaux, Vans, or De Vallibus

now represented by that of Vans Agnew, of Barnbarrow, &c. In the County of Wigton, Scotland

by Robert Vans Agnew

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Published by printed by W[illiam] E[dwardes] Wilmot in Pembroke .
Written in English


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Pagination36p. ;
Number of Pages36
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Open LibraryOL25126505M

Upcoming De Vaux Family Reunions. Pedigree charts and family group records are important genealogical tools, so bringing or creating on site a big family pedigree (or family tree) is sure to draw attention; at the same time, have plenty of blank family group sheets available for individual families to complete and submit to go into a "De Vaux family record book," which you can then digitize.   This book traces the earliest origins of the de Vaux / Vans / Vance name from pre-history to the early s when the first Vances emigrated from Ireland to Columbia County, PA. This Part 1 is of interest to anyone who believes they descended from the de Vaux family who came to England with William the Conqueror.

Arms: Same as “Vans” (A.D. )—Ar. a bend gu. Crest: A lion ramp. holding scales in the dexter ters: Two savages with clubs, wreathed about the loins with : Be faithful. Compiled by Wm. J. Simpson, Belfast, from “An Historical Account of the Vance family,” written by the late William Balbirnie, of Cork; and from other authentic sources. The family of Vance in Ireland, Vans in Scotland, anciently Vaux in Scotland and England, originally de Vaux in France, latin de Vallibus. On the Continent of Europe, the de Vaux family have been Dukes of Andrea, Princes of Joinville, Taranta, and Altamare - Sovereign Counts of Orange and Provence, and Kings of Vienne and Arles, as well as Lords de Vaux in Normandy.

Sketch of a Genealogical and Historical Account of the Family of Vaux, Vans, or de Vallibus, Now Represented by That of Vans Agnew of Barnbarrow This book is an anthology of vignettes which explore the inner and outer experiences of the mind, and the grey zone between the two.   Well documented and organized genealogy and family history, in physical and digital formats, can be shared with many different people and organizations. Be aware that there are restrictions to the types of donated genealogy, family history and family heirlooms depending on the requirements of the institution or group you want to give to.


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Sketch of a genealogical and historical account of the family of Vaux, Vans, or De Vallibus by Robert Vans Agnew Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sketch of a genealogical and historical account of the family of Vaux, Vans, or De Vallibus: now represented by that of Vans Agnew, of Barnbarrow, &c.

In the County of Wigton, Scotland by Vans Agnew, RobertPages: Sketch of a genealogical and historical account of the family of Vaux, Vans, or De Vallibus; Description: Now represented by that of Vans Agnew, of Barnbarrow, &c.

In the County of Wigton, Scotland. Shelfmark: (5) Additional NLS resources:. SKETCH OFA GENEALOGICALACCOUNT andHISTORICAL FAMILYOFTHE OF Vaux,Vans,orDeVallibus: NowReprefentedbythatof VANSAGNEW, OF BARNBARROW,&c.

IntheCountyofW IGTON, SCOTLAND. Original data: William Balbirnie. An Account Historical & Genealogical From the Earliest Days Till the Present Time of the Family of Vance in Ireland, Vans in Scotland, Anciently Vaux in Scotland & England & Originally De Vaux in France, Sketch of a genealogical and historical account of the family of Vaux De Vallibus.

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Featured. origin The only credible information I know of about the history of the Vaus or de Vaux family at the time of the Norman conquest of is from the book “The Anglo-Norman Era in Scottish History” by G.W.S.

Barrow which suggests that the family was not of great distinction at this time. Playfair in “Baronetage of Scotland, (quoted by Balbirnie) and Balbirnie in his “Genealogical and. 3 William Balbirnie, An Account historical and genealogical from the earliest days till the present time of the family of Vance in Ireland, Vans in Scotland & England & originally de Vaux in France, Latin de Vallibus, 1.

January Noël Johnston writes: In "Notes on the Norman de Vaux" by J. David Vance, 27 May there is much updated information on the de Vaux family. See link marked "pdf" on David Vance's website at The only credible information I know of about the history of the Vaus or de Vaux family at the time of the Norman conquest of is from the book “The Anglo-Norman Era in Scottish Hi.

French origin. The family held Norman estates as Lord Vaux. England. Robert and Aitard de Vaux followed in the retinue of Roger Bigod during William of Normandy's invasion of obtained lands in Norfolk.

Hubert de Vaux obtained the barony of Gilsland, in Cumbria and Northumberland. Ranulf de Vaux obtained the lordships of Tryermayne, Sowerby, Carlatton and Hubbertby, in Cumbria. A history of Cumberland (E.

Stock: ) ; J. Murray, The Battle Abbey roll: with some account of the Norman lineages (J. Murray: ); Sketch of A Genealogical and Historical Account of the Family of Vaux, Vans, or De Vallibus (W.E.

Wil-mot: ); Charles Henry Browning, The Magna Carter barons and their American descendants (Philadelphia. Vans in Scotland, anciently Vaux in Scotland and England, and originally De Vaux in France; Attached is 'An Historical and Genealogical Account of the Family of Balbirnie' with mention of Balbirnies in Ireland and Scotland By William Balbirnie.

Sketch of a genealogical and historical account of the family of Vaux, Vans, or De Vallibus: now represented by that of Vans Agnew, of Barnbarrow, &c. In the County of Wigton, Scotland, by Robert Vans Agnew (Pembroke, Wilmot, ) at the Internet Archive.

In two parts, 2nd part has caption title: An historical and genealogical account of the family of Balbirnie, chiefly of the descendants of the Balbirnies of Inveryghty, in Forfarshire, (14 p. at end). Balbirnie, William J.

Noblett (Firm) View book: Vaux: Sketch of a genealogical and historical account of the family of Vaux, Vans, or De. and: Vans Agnew, Sketch of a genealogical and historical account of the family of Vaux, Vansp The English family of de Vaux, Baron of Gillesland in Cumberland, bore arms: Argent, a bend checqy or and gules (Vans Agnew, p).

Sketch of a Genealogical and Historical Account of the Family of Vaux, Vans, or de Vallibus, Now Represented by That of Vans Agnew of Barnbarrow This compelling book tells the story of one of the most controversial, high-level politicians of recent American history and explains the importance of Agnew's life and career.

Too often overlooked. Establishing the history of an ancient family is often best accomplished by tracing the name. Vance has progressed through history from Baux, Vaux, de Vallibus, Vans, and finally to Vance.

the barbaric Goths Historians of France and England are reasonably certain the Vances are descendants of the Baltic Goth tribes of northern Europe. The name Vaux was carried to England in the enormous movement of people that followed the Norman Conquest of The Vaux family lived in East Lothian, name, however, is a reference to Vaux or Vallibus, Normandy, the family's place of residence prior to the Norman Conquest of England in Early Origins of the Vaux family.

Vaux family crest (Source: House of Names) Family trees and family histories. Historical and Genealogical Account of the Family of Vance (Vans, Vaux, and De Vaux) (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Vaux Genealogy persons (Source: WikiTree). Historical and Genealogical Account of the Family of Vance (Vans, Vaux, and De Vaux) Matriculation Roll of the University of St.

Andrews Scotch Poor Law. Sketch of a Genealogical and Historical Account of the Family of Vaux, Vans, or de Vallibus, Now Represented by That of Vans Agnew of Barnbarrow The Elder Robert Vans Agnew 02 Feb.

Maud (Vaux) de Ros abt Vaux, Allier, Auvergne, France - aft managed by European Aristocrats Project WikiTree last edited 23 Dec John Vaux Feb St. Barthomolew by the Exchange, London, England, - abt Feb managed by Roger Lloyd last edited 19 Nov The family of Vans of Barnbarroch traced its ancestry to the Provençal family of De Vaux, which had accompanied William the Conqueror.

Another genealogical account even attributed Vans’s death in to the ‘breaking out of a wound he received at the battle of Almanza’, notwithstanding the gap of over 25 years between the injury and.thegrandsonofJohnDeVallibus,andsonofAlexander.

He confirmed thisgrant, and appears to have beenthesecond husband ofthe illustrious Dervorgill,(thedaughterof Allan.