Ancestor of the Bassetts of Little Bissington.
Theobald de Verdun (nee Le Botiller)
Of the noble family of Butler (Botiller) of Ireland, he took the name of de Verdun upon his marriage to Roesia de Verdun, who retained her maiden name after their marriage.
Roesia de Verdun
Retained her maiden name after marriage to John Le Botiller, who changed his name to de Verdun. Founded the abbey of Grace Dieu, for Cistertian monks at Beldon, Leicestershire.
Nicholas de Verdun
Held the manor of Clunmore, in Ireland.
Theobald de Verdun
Ancestor of the Verdons, Lords of Darlaston and Biddulph, Staffordshire.
Bertram de Verdun, Sheriff of Leicestershire
Sheriff of Leicestershire during the reign of King Henry II. He attended Richard I to the Holy Land, where he was at the Seige of Acon. He founded the abbey of Croxden in 1176 and was its principal benefactor.
Bertram de Verdun
Owned Farnham Royal, in Buckinghamshire.
William de Verdun
Ancestor to the Verduns of Norfolk, Suffolk, and Northampton.