Lopo Gomes de Abreu

Lopo Gomes de Abreu (1420–70s?) was a Portuguese nobleman, Lord of Regalados.[1]

Lopo Gomes de Abreu
Lord
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Born15th-century
Kingdom of Portugal
Baptised15th-century
DiedKingdom of Portugal
Noble familyAbreu

BiographyEdit

Lopo was the son of Pedro Gomes de Abreu (3rd Lord of Regalados) and Aldonça de Sousa, descendant of Afonso III of Portugal.[2] His wife was Inês de Soutomaior, daughter of Leonel de Lima and Filipa da Cunha, descendant of Leonor Telles de Meneses.[3]

Lopo Gomes de Abreu was a direct descendant of Gonçalo Martins de Abreu nobleman born in the 11th-century in France.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Corografia Portugueza, E Descripçam Topografica Do Famoso Reyno De Portugal. Antonio C. da Costa.
  2. ^ O concelho de Nelas, antiga terra de Senhorim: Subsídios para a história da Beira. Publicação comemorativa do duplo centenário. José Pinto Loureiro.
  3. ^ Familias nobres do Algarve, Volume 2. Augusto Romano Sanches de Baena e Farinha de Almeida Sanches de Baena (Visconde de).
  4. ^ Noble Families of Portugal: Abreu. Manoel Jozé da Costa Felgueiras Gayo.

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