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Chief Justice of South Wales; Chamberlain of South Wales.
Became the 190th Knight of the Garter in 1461.
One of many known ancestors, through an illegitimate son, of David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2010-2016. Also an ancestor of User:SamuelTGeer through first illegitimate son Richard. However, authorities disagree on which children the earl had by which woman. Anne is shown on thePeerage with no mention of her mother; WARGS mentions that "Mawd" was the mother of more than one of William's children.
|Offspring of William ap Thomas and Gwladus ferch Dafydd Gam (-1454)|
|William de Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke (c1423-1469)||<year not a number>||<year not a number> Banbury, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom|| Maud Turberville (c1427-)|
Anne Devereux (c1430-1486)
Frond verch Hoesgyn
|Offspring of Sir William de Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke and Maud Turberville (c1427-) ¢|
|Richard Herbert (c1442-1510)||<year not a number>||<year not a number>|| Margred (Margaret) Cradock (c1478-)|
|John Herbert (c1444-1469)|
|Offspring of Sir William de Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke and Anne Devereux (c1430-1486) ¢|
|Maud Herbert (c1448-c1485)||<year not a number>||<year not a number>|| Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland (c1449-1489)|
|Catherine Herbert (c1450-c1504)||<year not a number>||<year not a number>|| George Grey, 2nd Earl of Kent (1454-1503)|
|William Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke (1451-1491)||<year not a number>||<year not a number>|| Mary Woodville (1443-1481)|
|Anne Herbert (c1453-)|| |
|Walter Herbert (Sir) (c1454-)|
|Offspring of Sir William de Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke and Frond verch Hoesgyn ¢|
|Mary Herbert (c1460)|| |
|Richard Herbert (Sir) of Ewyas (c1465)||<year not a number>|| Margaret Cradock (c1465)|
|George Herbert|| |