Rui Gomes de Abreu

Rui Gomes de Abreu (c.1460–1530?) was a Portuguese nobleman, who served as Alcaide Mayor of Elvas.[1]

Rui Gomes de Abreu
Lord of Elvas
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Coat of Arms of Abreu
Born15th-century
Portugal
Died16th-century
Portugal
Spouse(s)Inês Brandão

BiographyEdit

Rui was the son of Pedro Gomes de Abreu and Catarina de Eça, a noble lady, who was Abbess of the Convent of Lorvão. She was the daughter of Infante Fernando, Lord of Eça and Leonor de Teive.[2]

Rui Gomes de Abreu was married to Inês Brandão, daughter of Fernão Brandão Sanches, comendador of Afife and Cabanas, and Catarina Fagundes, belonging to noble Portuguese Galician family.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Corografia portuguesa, e descripçam topografica do famoso reyno de Portugal. Antonio Carvalho da Costa.
  2. ^ Revista portuguesa de história, Volume 31. 1996.
  3. ^ fasc. 1. Abreus-Acciaiuolis. Cönego Fernando de Meneses Vaz, Ernesto Gonçalves, Luiz Peter.lon Clode.