Source of Wealth:Land
Full Name:Alan Rufus
Date of Birth:1040
Occupation:Lord of Richmond
About Alan Rufus
Alan Rufus is the 11th century military companion of William The Conqueror which has an estimated net worth of $178.65 billion.
During his time, he served for William the Conqueror during the Norman conquest of England. Alan Rufus held some properties in Rouen and became the Lord of Richmont.
With Rufus' acquisitions around England included vast land titles that had been in the possession of Edith, King Harold's wife. In 1067, he witnessed the charter of King William to the monks of the St. Peter's at Westminister.
Four years later, Rufus began the construction of Richmond Castle. He also witnessed the several documents of King William in England and Ghent, and for Queen Matilda. He also active donating for a number of religious houses.
Alan Rufus was born in 1040. He was collectively known as Alan the Red. He died in 1093 and his remains transported to the abbey at Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.