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Robert (Andrews) Andrewes of Normandy (abt. 1046)

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Sir Robert Andrewes of Normandy formerly Andrews
Born about in Normandy, Francemap
Son of and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married in Winwick, Northamptonshire, , Englandmap
Descendants descendants
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
Andrews-873 created 8 Apr 2011 | Last modified
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Biography

Came to England 1066 with William 1, and is believed to have fought in battle of Hastings as a knight. The family crest dates to the first crusade in 1099, as is indicated by inclusion of the "Saracen" head atop the crest on coat of arms. This image was symbolic of killing an enemy on this crusade. Is likely that it was his son Robert, who was then 22 years, on crusade. Robert Sr. was then 54 yeas old, a fairly advanced age in those days. We do know that this coat of arms was used by this family for at least 600 years as it was chiseled into the entry portal at Winwick Manor, then family seat again. by Sir Thomas Andrews, of Winwick Knight, around 1635; and still can be seen there today. THE BARONETAGE OF ENGLAND,CP.103, VOL 1, E.KIMBER and R.JOHNSON, 1811. HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH BARONETS, REV. WILLIAM BETHAM, VOL. 1, CHP. 84 ,1801. THE ANDREWS FAMILY, APPENDIX PG.541. ROBERT ANDREWS,1887. [1]

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  • WikiTree profile Andrewes of Normandy knight-1 created through the import of alfred- 1107202.GED on Jun 11, 2011 by Dick Andrews. See the of Normandy knight-1 Changes page for the details of edits by Dick and others.
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  1. THE BARONETAGE OF ENGLAND




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On 23 Sep 2015 at 17:25 GMT Robin Lee wrote:

Andrews-873 and Andrewes of Normandy knight-1 appear to represent the same person because: same dates, same lineage, alternate spelling of name



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