Person:William Brewer (justice) (1)

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Sir William de Briwere
d.24 Nov 1226
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Name[1][11] Sir William de Briwere
Alt Name[3][4][5][6] William de Briwere, Lord Horsley
Alt Name William Lord Horsley de Briwere
Gender Male
Birth? c. 1145 Stoke, Devon, England
Alt Birth? ABT 1145 Little Bytham, Lincolnshire, England
Alt Birth? 1145 Stoke, Devonshire, England
Alt Marriage ABT 1166 <, Stoke Cannon, Devon, England>to Beatrice de Valle
Marriage 1175 Trierman Castle, Cumberland, Englandto Beatrice de Valle
Alt Marriage 1175 Stoke, Devonshire, Englandto Beatrice de Valle
Other Marriage Ending Status Divorce
with Beatrice de Valle
Alt Death[10] 1226 Stoke, Devonshire, England
Ancestral File Number 91SF-CJ
Alt Death? 1226 Little Somborne, Hampshire, England
Alt Death? 1226 Horsley, Derby, England
Alt Death[2][7] BET 1226 AND 1232 Devonshire, England
Death[12] 24 Nov 1226
Burial? of Ileshal, Devonshire. Buried at Dunksewall, Devonshire.


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William Brewer (or Briwere) (died 1226) was a prominent administrator and justice in England during the reigns of Richard I, King John, and Henry III. He was also notable as a founder of a number of religious institutions.

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