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He was married to , who was a younger son of Gilbert Crispin II and came to England from Armentières-sur-Avre, near Verneuil, in Normandy.
The Dives and Falaise versions of the Battle Abbey Roll claim that he fought at the Battle of Hastings with his father, but this is unlikely as he was probably still a child.
Whether he was or not, there is strong documentary and advanced DNA evidence that he was our earliest provable ancestor: (c.1000AD – c.1045).
Gilbert, supposedly nicknamed Crispin because he had spikey, brush-like hair, was an important member of the nobility of Normandy.
(Pictured above: Some members and relatives of the Wormley family living in England in 2013). Our first ancestor to set foot on English soil was Gilbert Crispin II, a heroic commander in the army of William the Conquerer at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.Please also understand, though, that we cannot do any research for you or give guidance on how to trace your family tree.