House of Vere

The noblest subject in England and indeed, as Englishmen loved to say, the noblest subject in Europe. Sir Francis and Sir Horace Vere aroused the spirit of American colonization. ©  Vere ™
The revealing of Vere.

The Normans
House of Truth
Wrath of God is Truth and 'The Truth cometh'
Gladiators of the Truth, 17th seal of Syon
Roman: 17th Emperor 'Lucius Verus - Caesar'
Fighting Vere's Earls of Oxford, Essex, Duke of Ireland,
Marquess of Dublin,
Duke of Ireland, Justice of Chester
Sheriff of London & Middlesex, Sheriff of Bucks, Viscount Bolebec, 

High Sheriff of Berkshire.
Lord Great Chamberlain,
Count of Guisnes, Comes de Guisney, The Grimme,
Lord Lieutenant of Essex - 17th Earl of Oxford Edward de Vere
Prince of Danes
, 17th Surety Magna Carta barons
Olympiads, Oxford Blues Royal Regiment
Governors of Brill and Portsmouth,
Barons Vere
Knight of the Garter, Knights Templar
Secrets in Plain Sight

From the de Vere family official records.

Aubrey Vere 1163 2nd Earl of Oxford and Lord Great Chamberlain o England

Starry Vere

Starry Vere
"Vero, nihil verius".
Nothing truer than the TRUTH.

Time Team: Earl Is Essex Oxford de VERE
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Myths, secret, legends and facts. Grail Templar descendants Houses of Truth
British, Danish, Irish, Viking, Norman line and descendants from Charlemagne lines and many Royal households

Aper, d'Ardres, Avar, Vár, Vĺr, Ver, Vor, Veras, Ver'us, Vear, Veare, Veer, Vere, Veere, Veri, Vero, Vir, Vire, Verres, Verre, Vercingetorix, Vör'  Wear, Weir, Were, Fyer,  Revere, Spear, Speare,  Spere, Švear, Fear, Fere, Freyr, White, Sweeney, GuineHwyfar, Severe, de Vere, De'vereaux D'evreux, Deveraux,  Severus, Vere-Beauclerk, Verus, Vervs, Vermandois, Hadrian, Aelius, Traianus

House of truth  - Vere verum veritati  - Official House of Vere family records from BC to 2014
Fathers of Europe Roman Colosseum -Verus
Key Vere dates: 80, 130. 735, 777, 800, 911, 1066, 1100, 1212, 1215, 1297,  1338, 1385, 1400, 1408, 1417, 1462,1499,
1526, 1482, 1516, 1540, 1562, 1550, 1575, 1593, 1604, 1607, 1625, 1627, 1632,1679, 1688, 1703, 1770, 2001

Vere is derived from a Latin influence and Verus family of the Roman Empire.
Verus is of 'Truth or be True'. 'To be Vere' is 'to be Truly from the house of Truth'. In Old Norsk Vere becomes the same as it is in Roman Latin 'Verus is Vere' thus  'True is Truth'!  In Danish Ĺ Vere Norse - Danish is  'to be Norwegian or Danish'. Latin 'veere verus vere'  is to 'Vere really true'. Vero means truth.  'Vere north'' means 'True North''.

The Vere family motto is  'Vero nil Verius' which means Nothing Truer Than Truth.

And again in Old Norse Geiravör 'Spear-Vör', God Spear or lightning bolt of Odin a 'Skaka Geiravör' a 'Spear of destiny', Shake-Spear god.  Spear-shaker nick name of the 17th Earl of Oxford Edward de Vere.

Abri Vere, Horace Vere and Edward Vere 17th Earl of Oxford all used the Truth effectively.

By adopting a probable option, set aside some historical imaginations from spending far too much time staring at the truth, we should move on to these 'very real Viking noble savages who can bring such dreadful judgments upon the earth'.

In the Viking timeline these Fighting Vere's were originally Viking Norsk Danes from both
 "Vire on the Cotentin Peninsular of Normandy" and from the 'Norse Royal Courts' or 'The place of proclamations of Kings' doing the 'Germanic Thing' at "Vear Vestfold in Norway". 

Prior to the Viking age 'Veri' [blood] history becomes interestingly seducing, excitingly romantic and  full of monumental European, Roman & Herculean mythological stories,  & tails which resonate with all  free European peoples everywhere.

Those Vere's with the Duke of Normandy in 936 A.D and when there was a considerable migration of the original Celtic inhabitants converted the whole coast line of northern Europe resulted with various tenuous Raider settlements. In Northern France ended up most thoroughly totally settled in Nortmanni
["men of the North"] (790–930, then again 980–1030) and these settlers became French speaking Vikings known as Normans.

William Longsword is said to have admitted a fresh Danish colony into his newly acquired province of Coutances and when Harald Blaatand, the Danish king, settling the affairs of the Duchy and acting as a  faithful friend to the young Duke, returned to his northern realm, many of his followers remained behind in the Cotentin and the Vears were amongst them.

It was not long before these Danish settlers had to defend their homes against a devastating invasions.  In 996 A.D. King Ethelred of England sent an army to burn and destroy Normandy, which landed and was depleted. Not too soon after, comes the King of the Raiders of  Danish and Slavic descent. King Cnut invades Wessex in England with a  Danish army of 10,000 in 200 longships,  guaranteed to a terrify any prospect at anytime. In his time he is acclaimed "the most effective king in Anglo-Saxon history", Cnut the Great as King of England, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Known as a Prince of Denmark, Cnut won the throne of England in 1016 in the wake of centuries of Viking activity in northwestern Europe.  His accession to the Danish throne in 1018 brought the crowns of England and Denmark together under Danelaw. Cnut maintained his power by uniting Danes and Englishmen under cultural bonds of wealth and custom, rather than by sheer blood brutality. After a decade of conflict with opponents in Scandinavia, Cnut claimed the crown of Norway in Trondheim in 1028 and the Swedish city Sigtuna all held by King Cnut.

Amongst all these troubles 'William the Bastard' also in a long struggle in securing and establishing power over Normandy, he arises, William calls for an invasion force and starts the Norman conquest of England in 1066. 'Albri Comes' de Ver is with King William the conquer.

Leland gives an account of the superior ascent of the Vere's from Milo, Duke of  Manor of Gavray. They are Aungiers, brother-in-law of many deeds, noted in the Trans-Charlemagne. Collins repeats the actions of the Society of Leland. Percival Golding of Normandy, to which (Harl.MSS., 4189) supplies these lighting bolts and Horsemen of God the de Vere's are parties.

There is a letter which shows the pedigree, dated 1271, from William descent of the Vere's from Serug, de Vire to Odon, Bishop of Bayeux, the great-grandfather of Abraham, confirming a grant; also the sale. Some later genealogists have suggested of the manor of St. Sauveur in that the Vere's may have come from Veere [Vere (English)], Zeeland Walcheren island [also see Viking Zeeland] in 1301  however, most unlikely as the port was built in 1355  by Benoulf de Ver, then again there is the historical question over what exact area Verus of Germania came from.

The family of Vere, Earls of Oxford, was one of the most distinctly ancient and noble lines of all in England. Dating from A.D. 1137 in England, the earldom continued in an un-broken succession of twenty earls until 1703, making for a period of nearly six hundred years and today the bloodline continues.

Vrai Saint-Sang chevaliers de Sangreal de l'apocalypse.

House of Truth. The De Vere's inter-married with Bigods, Canteloupes, St Clares, De Quinceys, Uffords, Mortimers, Scropes, Howards, Nevilles, Courtenays and all the most historical families of the country.  They succeeded to five baronies of Bolebec, 2 Sanford, 3 Badlesmere, Scales and Plaiz and they were hereditary Grand Chamberlains of England.

These formidable Danish & Bornholm Burgunderland settlers were ruled over by Neal de St. Sauveur, whose castle was a few miles south of Valognes, and who was Viscount of Coutances. His knights were the ancestors of many of our English nobles. The two rivers Soulles and Syenne flow through the most beautiful valleys of the Cotentin, and fall into the Havre de Regneville, opposite the Island of Jersey. Courcy and the old city of Coutances are on the Soulles.

The Syenne rises near the village of Percy, and flows northward by the Abbey of Hamlye, through the forest of Gavray, and by the village and castle of Ver, to the Regneville estuary. All this is now a country of rich meads and hills and valleys, of orchards and small fields of pasture and buckwheat, with well timbered hedgerows and glorious views of distant wooded hills. At the ruined Abbey of Hamlye, a picturesque old stone bridge crosses the Syenne, with orchards on either bank, and cliffs rising abruptly from the valley, and crowned with oak woods.

From this lovely district came the Percys and Paganells, the De Courcys and De Vere's. The
castle of the Paganells was on the wooded crest over hanging the rich vale of the Syenne, and the stately Abbey of Hamlye was built by them near the river bank. Lower down the valley was the castle and manor of Vire, Château de Vire held of the superior manor of Gavray, the early Norman home of the Vere's.

The de Vere's are Magna Carta barons, co- authors Petitions 1628 and bills of rights 1688/89.

Hedingham Castle de VERE

Hedingham Castle de VERE


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Vikings just playing around killing each other

Norse Royal Courts' or 'The place of proclamations of Kings' at "Vear, Vestfold

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Merovingian Kingdom" & Austrasia is 'northern Merovingian Kingdom'.


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Chateau de Vire
Chateau de Vire
Hedingham Castle Essex

Sir Francis Vere brother to Horace Vere and  Cousin to 17th Earl of Oxford

Lord Horace Vere brother to Sir Francis Vere and Cousin to 17th Earl of Oxford


 Baron Lord Horace Vere

Watertloo - Charles Vere
Sir Charles Vere 1779 - 1843


Robert De Vere, 9th Earl of Oxford

               Robert Vere  Duke of Ireland
          Marquess of Dublin  -
9th Earl of Oxford

The English

"The noblest subject in England, and indeed, as Englishmen loved to say, the noblest subject in Europe, was Aubrey de Vere, twentieth and last of the old Earls of Oxford. He derived his title through an uninterrupted male descent, from a time when the families of Howard and Seymour were still obscure, when the Nevills and Percies enjoyed only a provincial celebrity, and when even the great name of Plantagenet had not yet been heard in England. One chief of the house of De Vere had held high command at Hastings; another had marched, with Godfrey and Tancred, over heaps of slaughtered Moslem, to the sepulchre of Christ. The first Earl of Oxford had been minister of Henry Beauclerc. The third Earl had been conspicuous among the Lords who extorted the Great Charter from John. The seventh Earl had fought bravely at Cressy and Poictiers. The thirteenth Earl had, through many vicissitudes of fortune, been the chief of the party of the Red Rose, and had led the van on the decisive day of Bosworth. The seventeenth Earl had shone at the court of Elizabeth, and had won for himself an honourable place among the early masters of English poetry. The nineteenth Earl had fallen in arms for the Protestant religion, and for the liberties of Europe, under the walls of Maestricht. His son, Aubrey, in whom closed the longest and most illustrious line of nobles that England has seen, a man of loose morals, but of inoffensive temper, and of courtly manners, was Lord Lieutenant of Essex and Colonel of the Blues."

London Hackney
Vere's in Middlesex, London and the Docks.
Traditional Vere family is seated in Essex, Colne and surrounding areas including Colne, Castle Hedingham, Creeping Hall, Market Hill Coggeshall, The Abbey of Coggeshall, Constantynes, Kirby Hall - Halstead. However  today in 2014 the Vere family number literally into
an invasion force itself an Army of Vere's now live not only across England but right all around the world. The family is very strong in number in Middlesex, Chesham - The manor of Kensington, Earls Court, Abingdon St Mary's Church, London, Hackney, Poplar, Stepney, Bethnal Green all the Tower Hamlet districts, and links to especially the Blackwall docks on the Isle of Dogs and Blackwell Hall in the City of London  (also known as Bakewell Hall) . Then on to around the world Australia, New Zealand, United States of America, South Africa, South America, Middle East and many other places.




Dogs of War
Robert, Sir's Francis & Lord Horace Vere
Vere War cry -  'Sinners, prepare the Truth cometh'.

"The proclamation of Queen Elizabeth in 1585 was the forerunner of the Declaration of American Independence.

The lives of Sir Francis & Horace Vere include events which aroused the spirit of American colonization".


Vere English aid Freeing of the Netherlands (1585-1604)
Vere's saves Netherlands

Sir Francis Vere brother to Hoace Vere and  Cousin to 17th Earl of Oxford

Contemporary drawing of a tournament in the Tiltyard of Whitehall Palace during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, where Edward
de Vere was champion of the “solemn joust at the tilt, tournay and barriers” on both occasions when he participated, in May 1571 and January 1581.


Pudding de Vere 

Sir Francis Vere (1560-1609) & his younger brother Horace (1565-1635) are buried in the chapel of St John the Evangelist in Westminster Abbey. Francis has a large monument of alabaster and black marble showing him lying on a carved rush mattress in civilian dress under a slab on which is laid out his suit of armour. The slab is supported on the shoulders of four life-sized knights in armour who kneel at each corner. The monument seems to have been inspired by that of Count Engelbert II of Nassau-Dillenburg in the church at Breda. The Latin inscription can be translated:

To Francis Vere, Knight, son of Geoffrey and nephew of John earl of Oxford, governor of Brill and Portsmouth, chief leader of the English forces in Belgium, died 28 August 1609, in the 54th year of his age. Elizabeth, his wife, in great sadness and sobbing with tears, placed this supreme monument to conjugal faith and love.

His age, according to the inscription, is not the same as given in books. Geoffrey (a brother of John de Vere, 16th Earl of Oxford) had four sons, John, Francis, Robert and Horace, by Elizabeth Hardkyn of Essex. Francis was one of the greatest soldiers serving under Elizabeth I and distinguished himself at the Battle of Nieuport (1600) and during the defence of Ostend against the Spanish. By his wife Elizabeth, daughter of John Dent of London, he had several children but all died in his lifetime.

Horace was created Baron Vere of Tilbury for his excellent military services to the country. He married in 1607 Mary, daughter of Sir William Tracy, and had five daughters but no official male heir so the title became extinct. Horace has no memorial of his own but is buried with his brother in Westminster Abbey.

The Irish de Vere's


The Teutonic Germanic Franks

Vere Secrets, Myths, legends  & the Grail Templars

Bishop of Hereford (Robin_Hood)


Robin Hood de Vere

Milo de Ver:  Duke of Aungiers and Duke Leader of Great King Charles house.
Repetit genus á Noe. Deinde á Tideo Greaco. Insuper á Vero nobilis
 Romano Postremo á Milone cmite de Genny, alias Gisney.


Claim descent from Noah. Next, from the Greeks 
Then, the true nobility of the Romans.
And subsequently, to Milo, Count Ghisnes.

Roman  Nerva–Antonine dynasty


Charlemagne made sure that all Churches & monastery's imposed his  image upon all images,  windows & Crosses.

 Great reputation from this Ancient Immortal flock of true Nobles. Noah, Greeks at Troy to Milo of Genny! alias Gisney'. Subsequently mentioned in celebrity' by the Roman' nobles  See Ancient Greek history

Ancient books of genealogies say these Earls of Oxford, Genesis is from the true Noble issue from Noah,
from Greeks then and likewise from the true nobles from Rome.

Deus, Thur, Donar is the Teutonic equivalent, while the Romans see in him as god Jupiter 
(Jove Jupiter Optimus Maximus (Jupiter Best and Greatest) ) and Ancient Greek lines as Zeus. 
Thursday is named after him : THORS-Deus (day) [Deus God Day]



Milo de Ver:  Duke of Aungiers , Duke Leader of Great King Charles house, 735 -795AD
Duke of Angiers, Count of Anjou, Commander of Charlemagne's army
Milo de Ver married Bertbelle, sister of Great King Charles Charlemagne  Said birthplace: Angers, Maine-Et-Loire, Pays de la Loire, France in the distinct where th
e castle seat of the Plantagenęt dynasty arose.

Charlemagne is the ancestor of every existing European ruling or former ruling house or dynasty.
Charlemagne 2 April 742/747/748 – 28 January 814), also known as Charles the Great (German: Karl der Große; Latin: Carolus or Karolus Magnus) or Charles I, was the King of the Franks
  from 768, the King of Italy from 774, and from 800 the first emperor in western Europe since the
 collapse of the Western Roman Empire three centuries earlier. The expanded Frankish state he founded is called the Carolingian Empire
1. Milo, Duke of Angiers & Bertbelle, sister of Great Charles
2. Rouland [Rolo] de Ver "Earl of  Maunce and Bleuys"
Baldwine de Ver: became "Duke of Maunce"
    Milo de Ver, Erle of Genney & Avelina of Nauntes
3. Nicasius de Ver, Erle of Genney & Agathe of Champain
4. Otho de Ver, Erle of Genney & Constance of Charters
5. Amelius de Ver, Erle of Genney & Helena of Bloys
6. Gallus de Ver, Erle of Genney & Gertbrudis of Claremont
7. Manasses de Ver, Erle of Genney & Petronilla of Boleine
8. Alphonsus [Albery 1 ]de Ver, Erle of Genney & Katarina of Flaunders
9. Albery 2 de Ver, Erle of Genney & Beatrice, sister to King William Conquerer

 Rouland de Ver (son of Milo and Bertbelle): Held the titles of the "Earl of  Palatine", "Earl of  Maunce and Bleuys" however, he was killed by warring Pagans at Rumcidevale .
 Baldwine de Ver: became "Duke of Maunce" after his brother Rouland's death.
 Milo deVer (ii) (son of Milo [i]) Held title of the "Earl of Genney or Gisney or Ghisnes", he married Avelina the daughter to the "Earl of Nauntes" and they had two sons, Nicasius and Milo(iii).
 Nicasius de Ver : married Agatbe daughter to the "Earl of Champaign" and gave issue to Otbo "de Vere" who later became the "Earl of Genney".
 Otbo de Vere: married Constance daughter to the "Lord of the Charters" and gave issue to Amelius de Ver
Amelius de Ver: Earl of Genny married Helena daughter of Earl Bloys
Gallus de Ver: Earl of Genny married Gerbrudis daughter to the Lord Cleremont.
(Gallus - Guillaume went with Aubri and the King to England).
Mansses de Ver: Earl of Genny married Petronilla daughter of the Earl of Boleine.
Alphonsus 1 de Vere: Earl of Genney, Count of Ghesnes (Genny, alias Gisney) married Katarine daughter to Arnalde Earl of Flaunders. And was a "Councilor to Edward the Confessor".
1000+ Albury 2 de Ver: Earl of Genney wed - Beatrice Sister to King William the Conqueror. Alberic went  with the  King to England.  He used the motto,"Albri Comes" which meanings "Albery of truth cometh", de -of ; Ver- true. Albery is also Aubri, Albury, Alberic (in Latin); Alphonsus (in Greek). He built "Hedingham Castle".

In England he is 
Aubrey (Albericus) de Vere (died circa 1112) was a tenant-in-chief in England of William the Conqueror in 1086, as well as a vassal of Geoffrey de Montbray, bishop of Coutances and of Count Alan, lord of Richmond. His father as Alphonsus in Greek .[1]
Alberic II de Vere   Lord Great Chamberlain of England


The Romans

Priscus vs. Verus in Gladiatorial combat in the Coliseum in ROME AD 80

was a well-known gladiator  during the reigns of the Emperors Vespasian and Titus in the latter part of the 1st century. Verus combats with Priscus was the highlight of the opening day of the games conducted by Titus to inaugurate the Flavian Amphitheatre (later the Coliseum) in AD 80, recorded in a laudatory poem by Martial — the only detailed description of a gladiatorial fight that has survived to the present day. Both gladiators were declared victors of the combat and were awarded their freedom by the Emperor in such a unique outcome.

Priscus and Verus are also said to have been the bravest gladiators of all. Some say Verus was said to be a captured slave from 'Germania
Inferior' and held for a hostage, as a boy he ended up wanting to become a gladiator in order to no longer have to work at a stone quarry. He picked a fight with Priscus in front of a patron of the fights, who accepted them both. He and Priscus became life long friends, they began training together and both won many battles all over the empire. One day, these best friends were forced to fight each other in combat. The fight went on for so long that for the first and only time ever, they both were declared to be the winners. Emperor  Titus awarded both wooden swords and their freedom. Verus then became a commander. more to come - update later..

Priscus and Verus  Rome
AD 80

As Priscus and Ver'us each lengthened the contest,
And for a long time the battle was equal on each side,
Repeatedly loud shouts petitioned for the men to be released;
But Caesar followed his own law;
It was the law to fight without shield until a finger was raised:
He did what was allowed, often gave dishes and gifts.
But an end was found to the equal division:
Equals to fight, equals to yield.
Caesar sent wooden swords to both and palms to both:
Thus skillful courage received its prize.
This took place under no prince except you, Caesar:
When two fought, both were the victor.

The Australians - New Zealanders & Americans

Twice former
Australian Prime Minster  Kevin  Rudd is a de Vere via his mother


Colne Priory, Hatfield Regis Priory. St Clair, Syon Abbey Darwin

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