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Chapter 1.                DAMPIERRE-sur-l'AUBE, JOINVILLE, RAMERUPT. 2

A.         SEIGNEURS de DAMPIERRE-sur-l’AUBE.. 2

B.         SEIGNEURS de DAMPIERRE et de SAINT-DIZIER.. 13

Chapter 2.                JOINVILLE. 18

A.         SEIGNEURS de JOINVILLE.. 18

B.         SEIGNEURS de VAUCOULEURS, MERY-sur-SEINE, & DOULEVANT. 51

Chapter 3.                RAMERUPT. 63

A.         SEIGNEURS de RAMERUPT, COMTES de MONTDIDIER.. 63

B.         SEIGNEURS de RAMERUPT (BRIENNE) 74

 

 

 

This document sets out the noble families living in the central part of the medieval county of Champagne, in the area south of Châlons-sur-Marne and Châtillon-sur-Marne, and north of Troyes. 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 1.    DAMPIERRE-sur-l'AUBE, JOINVILLE, RAMERUPT

 

 

 

A.      SEIGNEURS de DAMPIERRE-sur-l’AUBE

 

 

Dampierre-sur-l’Aube is situated in the canton of Ramerupt in the present-day French département of Aube, near Arcis-sur-l’Aube. 

 

 

VUITER de Moëslain .  “Vuiterus miles Mediolanensis castri” donated property to Montier-en-Der after returning from Jerusalem, with the consent of “filiorum suorum Hugonis archidiaconi et Tebaudi militis”, by charter dated to before 1063[1]

m ---.  The name of Vitier’s wife is not known. 

Vuitier & his wife had two children:   

1.         HUGUES (-[1082]).  Archdeacon.  “Vuiterus miles Mediolanensis castri” donated property to Montier-en-Der after returning from Jerusalem, with the consent of “filiorum suorum Hugonis archidiaconi et Tebaudi militis”, by charter dated to before 1063[2].  Canon at Chalon-sur-Marne 1075/82.  Bishop of Troyes [1074-1082].  “Domnus Hugo episcopus Trecorum et frater eius Tebaldus, filii Wuiteri de Meliano et Odo Castellanus” donated “furnum de Alta-Villa” to Montier-en-Der by charter dated to [1080][3]

2.         THIBAUT de Dampierre-sur-l'Aube (-[1107/08])Vuiterus miles Mediolanensis castri” donated property to Montier-en-Der after returning from Jerusalem, with the consent of “filiorum suorum Hugonis archidiaconi et Tebaudi militis”, by charter dated to before 1063[4].  “Domnus Hugo episcopus Trecorum et frater eius Tebaldus, filii Wuiteri de Meliano et Odo Castellanus” donated “furnum de Alta-Villa” to Montier-en-Der by charter dated to [1080][5]Seigneur de Dampierre: “Teobaldus castelli Donni Petri dominus” donated the church of Dampierre to Marmoutier abbey by undated charter[6].  Seigneur de Moëlain: “Tebaldus Mediolanensis dominus” donated “medietatem furni Perte” to Montier-en-Der by undated charter, subscribed by “Tebaudi, Helisabet uxoris eius, Vuidonis filii eius...[7]m ELISABETH de Montlhéry, daughter of MILON [I] "le Grand" de Montlhéry & his wife Lithuaise Vicomtesse de Troyes.  The Continuation de l’Histoire d’Aimonus names "matrem Simonis de Breiis, matrem Guidonis de Dominapetra, matrem Hugonis de Planceio, matrem Milonis de Erucio, matrem Salonis vicecomitis Senonensis" as the daughters of "Milo [de Brayo, frater Guidonis Rubei]"[8]Her parentage and marriage are indicated by the charter dated to [1110] under which "Milo de Monte Leterico" donated a serf to Notre-Dame de Longpont for the soul of "fratris sui Guido Troselli", witnessed by "Guido nepos eius de Domna Petra…"[9].  “Tebaldus Mediolanensis dominus” donated “medietatem furni Perte” to Montier-en-Der by undated charter, subscribed by “Tebaudi, Helisabet uxoris eius, Vuidonis filii eius...[10].  “Elisabeth uxor domini Teobaldi de Domno-petro et Wido filius eorum...filii...filiæ eius” donated “furnum...in eodem castro” to Marmoutier, for the soul of “predicti Teobaldi”, by charter dated to [1107/08][11].  Thibaut & his wife had five or more children: 

a)         GUY [I] de Dampierre (-1151)The Continuation de l’Histoire d’Aimonus names "matrem Simonis de Breiis, matrem Guidonis de Dominapetra, matrem Hugonis de Planceio, matrem Milonis de Erucio, matrem Salonis vicecomitis Senonensis" as the daughters of "Milo [de Brayo, frater Guidonis Rubei]"[12]Tebaldus Mediolanensis dominus” donated “medietatem furni Perte” to Montier-en-Der by undated charter, subscribed by “Tebaudi, Helisabet uxoris eius, Vuidonis filii eius...[13].  His parentage is indicated by the charter dated to [1110] under which his maternal uncle "Milo de Monte Leterico" donated a serf to Notre-Dame de Longpont for the soul of "fratris sui Guido Troselli", witnessed by "Guido nepos eius de Domna Petra…"[14].  “Elisabeth uxor domini Teobaldi de Domno-petro et Wido filius eorum...filii...filiæ eius” donated “furnum...in eodem castro” to Marmoutier, for the soul of “predicti Teobaldi”, by charter dated to [1107/08][15]Seigneur de Dampierre, de Saint-Dizier et de Moeslain.  Philippe I King of France received the homage of nepotem nostrum Theobaldum comitem Trecensem”, and of the latter’s nobles of whom “Guido de donna Petra...”, by charter dated Apr 1110[16]Vicomte de Troyes [1130].  [Willelmus de Teliciaco” consented to the donation of “terra Ulduni” to Fontemoy abbey by “dominus Landricus de Praiaco” by charter dated to [1130/34] “in aula...domini Widonis Montisregali domini[17].  It is likely that the last-named was the second husband of Helvide de Baudémont, acting as seigneur de Montréal during the continued minority of her son by her first marriage.]  "Ansericus de Monteregio" donated property to Pontigny, with the support of “--- uxor eiusdem Anserici”, by charter dated 1145, witnessed by “Andreas de Baldament, Bernardus capellanus de Monteregio, Guido de Dompetræ et Guido filius eius...Garnerius de Dompetræ...[18]m ([1120/25]) as her second husband, HELVIDE de Baudémont, widow of HUGUES Seigneur de Montréal, daughter of ANDRE de Baudémont Seneschal de Bourgogne & his wife Agnes --- (-1165).  "Domina Montis Regali…Alaisa" ratified donations to Fontenoy after the death of "viri sui Hugonis" by undated charter[19].  "Eluidis Montis regali domina" donated property to Jully-les-Nonnains, with the consent of "Anserici filii sui", by charter dated 1129[20]"Guido de Dampetra…et uxor eius…Elvidis et filii Anserici et Guillelmus" approved the donation by "Lethericus de Baudimonto" to the Templars at Provins, by charter dated 1133[21].  "Andree de Baldimento et Goi…is filii eius" donated property "apud Juliacum" to the Priory of Jully-les-Nonains for receiving "in sanctimoniales filias predicti Andree, Mathildem…et Halwidem" by charter dated 1142, subscribed by "dominus Wido de Barri"[22].  "Aelidis uxor Widonis domini de Brana post mortem viri sui…Guidonis" donated "census…Branæ castri et Branellæ villæ" to the Premonstré abbey, with the consent of "patre eorum Andrea de Baldimento et matre eorum Agnetis et ipsorum fratre Waleranno Vrsicampi abbate et sororibus eorum Helwide et Hubelina et earum maritis Waltero comiti de Brienna et Guidone de Dampierre", by charter dated 1144[23].  Nun at Jully-les-Nonnains, although it is assumed that Helvide left the convent soon afterwards in light of her three marriages.  The primary source which confirms her first marriage has not yet been identified.  "Simon dominus Belfortis" confirmed donations to Chapelle-aux-Planches, in the presence of "Hugone fratre meo domino de Brecis...domini Wilermi domini de Dampetra et Milonis de Planceii", by charter dated 1152, witnessed by “...Wilermus dominus de Dampetra et Heleidis mater eius...[24].  Henry I Comte de Champagne confirmed the donation made by “Hugo Morellus...” to Toussaint-en-l’Ile with the consent of “domini Willermi fratrumque suorum Andree et Milonis d Domno Petro matrisque sue domine Heluidis” by charter dated 1152[25].  "Hadevilde ctssa de Dampierre, Helye Renaud son avunculus…Beatrix femme d'Helye" witnessed a declaration by Boson Bishop of Châlons dated 1157 concerning a donation to the priory of Ulmoy by Guérau de Orchara[26].  Guy [I] & his wife had seven children: 

i)          GUILLAUME [I] de Dampierre (-after 1173)"Guido de Dampetra…et uxor eius…Elvidis et filii Anserici et Guillelmus" approved the donation by "Lethericus de Baudimonto" to the Templars at Provins, by charter dated 1133[27].  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Anserici, Guilelmi, Andree et Milonis" as brothers of "Guido de Dampetra" Bishop of Châlons[28]Seigneur de Dampierre, de Saint-Dizier et de Moeslain.     

-         see below

ii)         ANDRE (-after 1165).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Anserici, Guilelmi, Andree et Milonis" as brothers of "Guido de Dampetra" Bishop of Châlons[29].  Henry I Comte de Champagne confirmed the donation made by “Hugo Morellus...” to Toussaint-en-l’Ile with the consent of “domini Willermi fratrumque suorum Andree et Milonis d Domno Petro matrisque sue domine Heluidis” by charter dated 1152[30]Gulielmus de Moeslain” confirmed the donation to Avigny made by “Guido pater meus de Dampetra et Helwidis mater mea” with the consent of “fratrum meorum Andree et Milonis” by charter dated 1165[31]

iii)        MILON (-after 1165).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Anserici, Guilelmi, Andree et Milonis" as brothers of "Guido de Dampetra" Bishop of Châlons[32].  Henry I Comte de Champagne confirmed the donation made by “Hugo Morellus...” to Toussaint-en-l’Ile with the consent of “domini Willermi fratrumque suorum Andree et Milonis d Domno Petro matrisque sue domine Heluidis” by charter dated 1152[33]Gulielmus de Moeslain” confirmed the donation to Avigny made by “Guido pater meus de Dampetra et Helwidis mater mea” with the consent of “fratrum meorum Andree et Milonis” by charter dated 1165[34]

iv)       GUY de Dampierre (-1163)"Ansericus de Monteregio" donated property to Pontigny, with the support of “--- uxor eiusdem Anserici”, by charter dated 1145, witnessed by “Andreas de Baldament, Bernardus capellanus de Monteregio, Guido de Dompetræ et Guido filius eius...Garnerius de Dompetræ...[35]Bishop of Châlons 1163.  The Annales Sancti Petri Catalaunensis record the succession and death in 1162 of “Guido episcopus[36]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records in 1163 that "Guido de Dampetra frater Anserici, Guillelmi, Andree et Milonis virorum nobilium" was elected "apud Cathalaunum", but that he died "ipsa die qua erat in crastino consecrando"[37]

v)        HELVIDE (-before May 1196)The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  “Gaufridus dominus Jovisvillæ frater Hugonis Brecensis” donated property to the priory of Saint-Jacques, referring to “patris mei Gaufridi”, with the consent of “Helvide uxoris mee et...Gaufridi et Roberti filiorum meorum”, by charter dated 1188[38].  "Geofroi V Trouillard Sire de Joinville senechal de Champagne" donated property to the abbey of Boulancourt with the consent of his mother Helvide de Dampierre and his brothers Guillaume archdeacon of Chalon, Robert and Simon by charter dated 1191[39].  “Gaufridus dominus Joniville senescallus Campanie” confirmed previous donations to Sept-Fontaines abbey, for the soul of “felicis memorie...matris mee”, by charter dated May 1196[40]m GEOFFROY [IV] Seigneur de Joinville, son of GEOFFROY [III] Seigneur de Joinville & his wife Félicité de Brienne (-Acre Aug 1190).  

vi)       AGNES (-after 1192)She is named as wife of Narjot [II] in the late 13th century cartulary of Crisenon[41]m NARJOT [II] Seigneur de Toucy, son of ITIER [III] Seigneur de Toucy & his wife Elisabeth --- (-1192). 

b)         EUDES (-after 1136).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. 

c)         daughter .  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  m GEOFFROY, son of ---.  Chevalier. 

d)         other children (-after [1107/08]).  “Elisabeth uxor domini Teobaldi de Domno-petro et Wido filius eorum...filii...filiæ eius” donated “furnum...in eodem castro” to Marmoutier, for the soul of “predicti Teobaldi”, by charter dated to [1107/08][42]

 

 

GUILLAUME [I] de Dampierre, son of GUY [I] Seigneur de Dampierre & his wife Helvide de Baudémont (-after 1173)"Guido de Dampetra…et uxor eius…Elvidis et filii Anserici et Guillelmus" approved the donation by "Lethericus de Baudimonto" to the Templars at Provins, by charter dated 1133[43].  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Anserici, Guilelmi, Andree et Milonis" as brothers of "Guido de Dampetra" Bishop of Châlons[44]Seigneur de Dampierre, de Saint-Dizier et de Moeslain.  "Simon dominus Belfortis" confirmed donations to Chapelle-aux-Planches, in the presence of "Hugone fratre meo domino de Brecis...domini Wilermi domini de Dampetra et Milonis de Planceii", by charter dated 1152, witnessed by “...Wilermus dominus de Dampetra et Heleidis mater eius...[45].  Henry I Comte de Champagne confirmed the donation made by “Hugo Morellus...” to Toussaint-en-l’Ile with the consent of “domini Willermi fratrumque suorum Andree et Milonis d Domno Petro matrisque sue domine Heluidis” by charter dated 1152[46]Gulielmus de Moeslain” confirmed the donation to Avigny made by “Guido pater meus de Dampetra et Helwidis mater mea” with the consent of “fratrum meorum Andree et Milonis” by charter dated 1165[47]Connétable de Champagne [1170].  [The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “…dominus de Pogi…Guillelmus li vallez de Domnipetra…” in De Ronasco[48]The term “li vallez” suggests that this may not refer to Guillaume [I] Seigneur de Dampierre, although no source has yet been identified which confirms that the latter was knighted.]  Guillaume de Dampierre donated property to the abbey of Saint-Martin de Huiron, with the consent of his wife and children, by charter dated 1173[49]

m [firstly] (separated before 1172) as her first husband, ERMENGARDE, daughter of --- (-after [Jul] 1190).  Her first marriage is indicated by the charter dated Feb 1211 (O.S.) under which “Gui de Dampierre frère dudit Dreu” guaranteed the loyalty of “Dreu de Mello le jeune[50].  It is also suggested by the charter dated 1172 under which "Drogo de Melloto et Ermengardis uxor mea" founded Vieupou priory, with the consent of “domini Guidonis de Dampetra et domini Milonis fratris sui et Guillelmi filii nostri[51].  If this first marriage is correct, Ermengarde must have separated from her first husband, assuming that the charters quoted here are correctly dated.  She married [secondly] ([1172]) as his second wife, Dreux [I] de Mello.  “Drogo de Merloto” donated property from "Mintriaci" {Nitry, canton Noyers, arr. Tonnerre, Yonne} to La Charité-sur-Loire, for the soul of “fratris mei Roberti et Vuillelmi ibidem sepultorum”, with the consent of "domino Vuillelmo de Merloto…et uxore mea Ermengardi", by charter dated 1177[52].  "Droco de Merlo" donated vines “apud Irenci” to Pontigny, with the consent of “uxoris mee Ermenjardis...et filii mei Guillelmi”, by charter dated [Jul] 1190[53].  Ermengarde’s second marriage is also indicated by the charter dated Dec 1223 under which “Willelmus dominus de Dampetra” swore allegiance to Thibaut IV Comte de Champagne, naming [her sons by this second marriage] “...dominum Willelmum, dominum Droconem de Merloto avunculos meos...[54]

[m secondly ---.  Assuming that Guillaume’s marriage to Ermengarde is correctly shown above, he must have married again after separating from her: Guillaume de Dampierre donated property to the abbey of Saint-Martin de Huiron, with the consent of his wife and children, by charter dated 1173[55].  This assumes that the relevant charters are dated correctly.] 

Guillaume [I] & his [first] wife had five children: 

1.         GUY [II] de Dampierre (-18 Jan 1216)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines refers to the daughter of "sororem regis Francorum imperatricem" marrying "Nargaldo de Toceio, Guidonis de Dampetro consobrinus"[56]He succeeded his father in [1161] as Seigneur de Dampierre.  Connétable de Champagne [1170].  Gui sire de Dampierre” donated produce from “sa vigne de Moëlain...ses moulins de S. Dizier” to Cheminon, with the consent of “Milon frère du donateur”, by charter dated 1189[57]Seigneur de Bourbon [before 1196], de iure uxoris.  Seigneur de Montluçon 1202.  “Gui de Dampierre frère dudit Dreu” guaranteed the loyalty of “Dreu de Mello le jeune” by charter dated Feb 1211 (O.S.)[58]Guido de Dampetra...et Ioannis nepotis mei de monte Mirelli” notified that Blanche comtesse de Champagne was guarantor for “Hellium de Waurino et matrem eius” for “maritagio uxoris suæ...post decessum...Margaretæ uxoris Galteri de Auesnis” by charter dated Nov 1211[59].  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records the death in 1216 of "Guido de Dampetra"[60].  The necrology of Saint-Etienne, Troyes records the death "18 Jan" of "Guido dominus Dompetre"[61]m (before 1196) as her second husband, MATHILDE de Bourbon, divorced wife of GAUCHER [IV] de Vienne Seigneur de Salins, daughter of ARCHAMBAUD de Bourbon & his wife Alix de Bourgogne [Capet] ([1164/69]-18 Jun 1228).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Beatrice filia Erchenbaldi de Borbon" as wife of "Guido de Dampetra", specifying that they had three sons and three daughters[62].  Guy [II] & his wife had [eight] children: 

a)         ARCHAMBAUD de Dampierre (-killed in battle Cognat, Allier 23 Aug 1242)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "primogenitus Erchenbaldus…secundus Guilelmus de Moyelen et de Dampetra…tertius Guido" as the three sons of "Guido de Dampetra"[63].  “Guillelmus dominus de Dampetra…ligius homo domini comitis Campanie” agreed peace terms with “dominum Theobaldum comitem Campanie” by charter dated 31 Dec 1223, which names “dominum Archembaudum fratrem meum…[64]He succeeded his mother in 1228 as ARCHAMBAUD [VIII] "le Grand" Seigneur de Bourbon

-        SEIGNEURS de BOURBON

b)         PHILIPPA [Mathilde] (-1223).  Philippe II King of France confirmed the conditions of the proposed marriages between "Guigue fils du comte de Forez, et une fille de Guy de Dampierre" and "Archambaud, fils de Guy de Dampierre, et Guigone, fille dudit comte de Forez" by charter dated [10 Apr 1205/1 Apr 1206][65].  The primary source which confirms her name has not yet been identified.  La Mure dates this marriage to "environ 1216"[66].  As noted above, the political difficulties involving the Forez, Bourbon-Dampierre, and Auvergne families must have resulted in the earlier betrothal to Philippa [Mathilde] being terminated but later revived.  The primary source which confirms the actual marriage has not yet been identified.  One possibility is that two different daughters of Guy [II] Seigneur de Dampierre were involved, which would explain the different names used in secondary sources.  m (Betrothed [1205/06]), [1216] as his first wife, GUY [IV] Comte de Forez, son of GUY [III] Comte de Lyon et de Forez [Albon] & his second wife Alix --- (-Castallaneta 29 Oct 1241). 

c)         GUILLAUME [II] de Dampierre (after 1196-3 Sep 1231)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "primogenitus Erchenbaldus…secundus Guilelmus de Moyelen et de Dampetra…tertius Guido" as the three sons of "Guido de Dampetra", specifying that Guillaume married "Margaretam comitisse Flandrie quem Burchardus clericus de Avennis rapuerat"[67]He succeeded as Seigneur de DampierreGuillelmus dominus de Dampetra…ligius homo domini comitis Campanie” agreed peace terms with “dominum Theobaldum comitem Campanie” by charter dated 31 Dec 1223, which names “dominum Archembaudum fratrem meum, J. comitem de Carnoto, Matheum fratrem suum, dominum Guillelmum, dominum Drogonem de Merloto, avunculos meos, dominum Gobertum de Asperomonte[68]m ([18 Aug/15 Nov] 1223) as her second husband, MARGUERITE de Flandre, separated wife of BOUCHARD d'Avesnes, daughter of BAUDOUIN IX Count of Flanders [BAUDOUIN VI Comte de Hainaut] & his wife Marie de Champagne (2 Jun 1202-10 Feb 1280).  The Genealogica Comitum Flandriæ Bertiniana names (in order) "Iohannam et Margaretam" as the two daughters of "Balduinus"[69]The Chronica Monasterii Sancti Bertini records that "secunda filia Margareta" was born after her parents left on their travels[70].  On the other hand, according to Villehardouin Comtesse Marie stayed behind when her husband left on Crusade, gave birth, and afterwards left for Acre where she died[71]After her father's death, she was sent to Paris with her sister on the orders of Philippe II King of France[72].  Matthew Paris names Bouchard as first husband of Marguerite in his description of the background to the war in Flanders in 1254[73].  Her first marriage was arranged by King Philippe II, her husband being a noble from Hainaut whose family had long supported French interests.  Her first husband demanded a share of his late father-in-law's inheritance and, after complaining to Pope Innocent III, the marriage was annulled by the Fourth Lateran Council of 1215 as Bouchard d'Avesnes had previously taken holy orders.  The couple remained together until Bouchard was captured by his sister-in-law Ctss Jeanne in 1219.  He was released two years later on condition he separate from his wife[74]The Iohannis de Thilrode Chronicon records the marriage of "Marghareta" and "Willelmo de Dampetra"[75]Matthew Paris names Guillaume as second husband of Marguerite in his description of the background to the war in Flanders in 1254[76]The Annales Blandinienses record the succession in 1244 of "Margareta soror eius [=Iohanna comitissa}"[77]She succeeded her sister in 1244 as MARGUERITE II Ctss of Flanders and Ctss de Hainaut, both her husbands having died.  Her children by her first marriage claimed their inheritance, but Louis IX King of France ruled in 1246 that Hainaut should be given to the Avesnes children and Flanders to the Dampierre children[78].  She abdicated 29 Dec 1278 in favour of her son Guy de Dampierre.  The Necrologio Sanctæ Waldetrudis records the death "IV Id Feb" of "Margarete Flandrie et Hanonie…comitisse"[79]

-        COUNTS of FLANDERS.  

d)         GUY [III] de Dampierre (-22 Mar 1275).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "primogenitus Erchenbaldus…secundus Guilelmus de Moyelen et de Dampetra…tertius Guido" as the three sons of "Guido de Dampetra", specifying that "Guido adhuc erat infantulus"[80]Minor in 1215.  Seigneur de Saint-Just et de Janzas.  Gui de Dampierre seigneur de Saint-Just”, having bequeathed “son grand camaïeu qui avait appartenu à Henri de Neuilly son neveu” under his testament, declared that the bequest would only take effect if Henri predeceased him, by charter dated 22 Apr 1272[81].  The necrology of Saint-Etienne, Troyes records the death "22 Mar" of "Guido de Dampetra dominus Sancti Justi" and records the memory of "Guidonis de Dampetra domini Sancti Justi" on "30 Jun"[82], the latter assumed to be the date of his donation to the church. 

e)         MARIE de Dampierre (-[13 May] before 1237).  A charter dated 1213 records an agreement between the abbess of Beaumont-les-Tours and "Herveus Virsionensis dominus" concerning the priory of Mentouz, referring to his earlier donation made with the consent of "Maria uxor mea et Aenorda mater mea domina de Firmitate Humbaldi" and naming "Mathildis que fuit conjux mea"[83].  "M. domina Virsonii" named "Archembaldum de Borbonio fratrem meum" as pledge relating to the property of "domino Herveo de Virsonio quondam marito meo" by charter dated 10 Sep 1219[84].  The primary source which confirms her parentage and second marriage has not yet been identified.  "Henricus Soliaci et Virsionis dominus" donated property to the priory of Menetou-sur-Cher, with the consent of "Marie uxoris mee et Willielmi filii eius heredis Virsionensis", by charter dated Jun 1231[85]The necrology of La Cour-Dieu records the death “III Id Mai” of “Henricus dominus Soliaci et Virsionis et M. uxor eius[86].  It is not known whether this entry commemorates the death of Marie or her husband.  m firstly ([1210]) as his second wife, HERVE [II] Seigneur de Vierzon, son of HERVE [I] Seigneur de Vierzon & his wife Eléonore de la Ferté-Imbaud (-1221).  m secondly ([1221]) HENRI [I] de Sully, son of ARCHAMBAUD [IV] Seigneur de Sully [Blois-Champagne] & his [first/second/third] wife --- (-11 Aug after 1248).   

f)          JEANNE .  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified. 

g)         MARGUERITE .  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified. 

h)         [--- .  Assuming that “neveu”, in the charter dated 22 Apr 1272 quoted below, can be interpreted in its strict sense of nephew, one of the parents of Henri de Neuilly was the sibling of Guy [III] de Dampierre Seigneur de Saint-Just.  This person was presumably one of the other siblings named above.  It is possible that “neveu” was used in a more extended sense, as could be the case with its Latin equivalent “nepos”.  m ---.  One child:] 

i)          HENRI de Neuilly (-after 22 Apr 1272).  Gui de Dampierre seigneur de Saint-Just”, having bequeathed “son grand camaïeu qui avait appartenu à Henri de Neuilly son neveu” under his testament, declared that the bequest would only take effect if Henri predeceased him, by charter dated 22 Apr 1272[87]

2.         MILON (-after Mar 1228).  "Drogo de Melloto et Ermengardis uxor mea" founded Vieupou priory, with the consent of “domini Guidonis de Dampetra et domini Milonis fratris sui et Guillelmi filii nostri” by charter dated 1172[88].  “Gui sire de Dampierre” donated produce from “sa vigne de Moëlain...ses moulins de S. Dizier” to Cheminon, with the consent of “Milon frère du donateur”, by charter dated 1189[89].  “G. dominus Asperimontis” confirmed that “domina Elizabeth Asperimontis” had renounced claims over “forestariorum de Brandevile” in favour of Orval, with the consent of “domini Milonis fratris sui”, by charter dated Mar 1227 (O.S.)[90] 

3.         HELVIDE (-1224 or after, bur Vaucelles)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Ysabella mater domni Roberti de Asperomonte, Oda mater illorum de Torota, tertia Helvidis [uxor] domno Iohanni de Montemirabili" as the three sisters of "pater Erchenbaldi Guido de Dampetra", specifying that Helvide was mother of "Mariam uxorem Ingelranni de Coci"[91].  "Joannes Montis Mirabilis et Oisiaci dominus, Cameracensis castellanus et Heluidis uxor mea" donated property to "ecclesiæ B. Mariæ de Cantiprato", with the consent of "liberorum nostrorum…Willelmi et Joannis filiorum nostrorum et Elisabeth filiæ nostræ", by charter dated 1202[92]m (before 1194) JEAN de Montmirail Vicomte de Meaux, son of ANDRE de Montmirail & his wife Hildiarde d'Oisy Vicomtesse de Meaux ([1167]-Longpont 28 Sep 1217, bur Longpont). 

4.         ELISABETH (-after Mar 1228)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Ysabella mater domni Roberti de Asperomonte, Oda mater illorum de Torota, tertia Helvidis [uxor] domno Iohanni de Montemirabili" as the three sisters of "pater Erchenbaldi Guido de Dampetra"[93].  “G. dominus Asperimontis” confirmed that “domina Elizabeth Asperimontis” had renounced claims over “forestariorum de Brandevile” in favour of Orval, with the consent of “domini Milonis fratris sui”, by charter dated Mar 1227 (O.S.)[94].  m GEOFFROY [I] d'Aspremont, son of GOBERT [V] Seigneur d’Aspremont & his wife Ida de Chiny (-20 Jun 1222).  

5.         ODETTE (-1212)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Ysabella mater domni Roberti de Asperomonte, Oda mater illorum de Torota, tertia Helvidis [uxor] domno Iohanni de Montemirabili peperit Mariam uxor Ingelranni de Coci" as the three sisters of "pater Erchenbaldi Guido de Dampetra"[95]"Johannes castellanus Noviomi et Thorote" donated property “in territorio de Lacheni” to Ourscamp Notre-Dame, with the consent of “Oda uxor mea et liberi nostri Guido, Willelmus, Johannes, Aalidis et Ermengardis”, by charter dated 1196[96].  "Johannes castellanus Noviomi et Thorote" donated property “in bosco...Oresmox...inter Floocourt et calceiam de Behencourt...in silva Esge” to the abbey of Notre-Dame d'Ourscamp, with the consent of “Odotha uxor mea et liberi mei Guido, Willelmus, Johannes, Radulfus, Aalidis et Ermengardis”, by charter dated 1199[97].  "Johannes castellanus Noviomi et Thorote" donated “censum...prop prato leprosorum de Trachi” to the abbey of Notre-Dame d'Ourscamp, with the consent of “Odothe uxoris mee et Guidonis primogeniti nostri”, by charter dated 1205[98]Johannes Noviomensis et Thorotensis castellanus” relinquished various rights in favour of Saint-Amand, with the consent of “Odote uxoris mee”, by charter dated 1207[99].  “Johannes castellanus Noviomi et Thorote” donated revenue to Saint-Amand for the anniversary of “Odote uxoris mee”, with the consent of “Guido filius meus primogenitus et filii mei Willelmus, Johannes, Radulfus, Walterus et Robertus et filie mei Aelis, Ermengardis et Helwidis”, by charter dated 1212[100]m JEAN [II] de Thourotte Châtelain de Noyon, son of JEAN [I] de Thourotte Châtelain de Noyon & his wife Alix de Dreux (-[27 Dec 1235/25 Aug 1237]). 

 

 

 

B.      SEIGNEURS de DAMPIERRE et de SAINT-DIZIER

 

 

The primary sources which confirm the parentage and marriages of the members of this family have not yet been identified, unless otherwise stated below. 

 

 

JEAN de Dampierre, son of GUILLAUME [II] Seigneur de Dampierre & his wife Marguerite II Ctss of Flanders and Hainaut (-1258).  The Genealogica Comitum Flandriæ Bertiniana names (in order) "Guillelmum Guodnem et Iohannem" as the three sons of "Guillelmo domino de Dampetra [et] Margaretæ", specifying that "primo mortuo sine liberis in tornramento apud Trasegnies"[101].  Matthew Paris specifies that his parents had "two others" when he records the parentage of his brother Guillaume, but does not name the other children[102].  The Annales Blandinienses name "Iohannde Dampetra" as brother of Guy Count of Flanders, when recording the liberation of the two brothers from captivity in Holland[103]He succeeded his father in 1231 as Seigneur de Dampierre-sur-l'Aube, de Sompuis et de Saint-Dizier, Vicomte de Troyes and Connétable de Champagne.  He was captured at the battle of West-Capelle 4 Jul 1253 by his half-brother Jean d'Avesnes Comte de Hainaut, released in early 1257.  In Jun 1256 he recognised that the officer of Connétable de Champagne was not hereditary[104].  The date of his death is indicated by a charter of the king naming, monsieur de Dampierre et de S. Dizier”, which records that [his wife] “madame Lore suer du duc de Lorraine” retook property “pour raison de douaire” in 1258[105]

m (9 Mar 1250) as her first marriage, LAURE de Lorraine, daughter of MATHIEU II Duke of Lorraine & his wife Catherine de Limbourg ([1234/37]-after 3 May 1288).  Her birth date range is estimated from her having given birth to her first known child in [1251/53].  Her parentage and first marriage are confirmed by a charter of the king, naming monsieur de Dampierre et de S. Dizier”, which records that “madame Lore suer du duc de Lorraine” retook property “pour raison de douaire” in 1258[106]She married secondly (after 29 Mar 1266) Guillaume de Vergy Seigneur de Mirebeau et d'Autrey, sénéchal de Bourgogne.  Her second marriage is confirmed by a charter dated Feb 1267 under which Guillaume de Vergy seneschal de Bourgoine et...Lore dame de Dampierre femme doudit seneschal” notified Thibaut Comte de Champagne, King of Navarre of their agreement transferring “le chastel de S. Disier” to the countess of Flanders[107]Jean Seigneur de Dampierre et de Saint-Dizier donated property to Saint-Dizier abbey, for the soul of “Jean son père jadis seigneur de Dampierre et de S.-Dizier”, at the request of “sa mère Lore et de sa...grand’mère Marguerite comtesse de Flandre et de Haynaut”, by charter dated 1273[108]

Jean & his wife had two children: 

1.         JEAN de Dampierre ([1251/53][109]-before 11 Nov 1307).  He succeeded his father in 1258 as Seigneur de Dampierre, de Sompuis, d'Eclaron, de Saint-Dizier, de Bailleul et de l'Ecluse, Vicomte de Troyes (until 1270).  Jean Seigneur de Dampierre et de Saint-Dizier donated property to Saint-Dizier abbey, for the soul of “Jean son père jadis seigneur de Dampierre et de S.-Dizier”, at the request of “sa mère Lore et de sa...grand’mère Marguerite comtesse de Flandre et de Haynaut”, by charter dated 1273[110]Jean sire de Dampierre et de Saint-Dizier” donated rights to Huiron monastery dated 1302, in the presence of “...Guillaume de Dampierre fils de Jean...[111]m ISABELLE de Brienne, daughter of [ALPHONSE de Brienne dit d’Acre Comte d'Eu & his wife Marie de Lusignan Ctss d’Eu] (-[Dec 1302/11 Nov 1307]).  The Chronique des comtes d’Eu, written in 1390, names "Ysabeau de Dompierre...Marguerite de Touars" as the two daughters of "Jehan fils du dit Alphons" and his wife "Bietrix de Saint Pol, fille au conte de Saint Pol", adding that Yolande married "au seigneur de Puiligny et seigneur de Dompierre en la rivière de Somme assez près d’Abbeville en Pontieu"[112].  There are considerable chronological difficulties if Isabelle and Marguerite were daughters of Jean [II] Comte d’Eu.  In the case of Marguerite, she is recorded as the wife of Vicomte Guy [II] in a charter dated 25 Jul 1278, while the birth of the wife of Comte Jean [II] is estimated to [1254][113].  Not enough is known about the chronology of Isabelle to be certain that the same problem exists, but it is likely that she was born not more than ten years or so later than her husband.  It appears more likely that the two were daughters of Jean’s father Alphonse.  Jean & his wife had [four] children: 

a)         GUILLAUME de Dampierre (-[1302/07]).  Jean sire de Dampierre et de Saint-Dizier” donated rights to Huiron monastery dated 1302, in the presence of “...Guillaume de Dampierre fils de Jean...[114]

b)         JEAN [III] de Dampierre (-after 11 Nov 1307).  Seigneur de Dampierre.  

c)         MARGUERITE de Dampierre (-1316, bur Abbaye de Theuley)Dame de Dampierre et de Saint-Dizier.  The testament of "Marguerite dame dou Tour et de Dampierre famme de...Gaucher de Chastillon seigneur dou Tour et de Dampierre", dated late Dec 1309, bequeathed property to “Roinette qui nourissoit Gauchier et Jean ses fils[115]m ([1305]) GAUCHER [VI] de Châtillon-sur-Marne, son of GAUCHER [V] de Châtillon Comte de Porcien & his first wife Isabelle de Dreux (-25 Aug 1325).  

d)         JEANNE de Dampierre (-2 Mar 1316, bur Abbaye de Marcilly-lès-Avallon)Her family origin and marriage are indicated by the marriage contract between "Iean de Chasteauvillain seigneur dudit lieu" and [her daughter] “Marguerite de Noyers fille...de Mile sire de Noyers chevalier et conseiller du Roy et de madame Ieanne de Dampierre” is dated 1321[116]Dame de Moeslain.  m as his second wife, MILON [X] Seigneur de Noyers, son of MILON [IX] Seigneur de Noyers & his wife Marie de Châtillon-sur-Marne Dame de Crécy ([1271]-21 Sep 1350, bur Abbaye de Marcilly-lès-Avallon).  Maréchal de France. 

2.         GUILLAUME de Dampierre ([1258]899-after 1314).  Seigneur de Saint-Dizier, d'Eureville, d'Humbécourt et d'Aurainville.  m firstly JEANNE de Salins, daughter of ETIENNE de Salins Seigneur de Rouvres et de Montenot [Bourgogne-Comté] & his wife Jeanne dame de Vignory (-after 1313).  A charter dated 26 Sep 1402 records a claim by “Yolant de Bar et Ysabel de Bar” against “Monsieur Iean de Vergy chevalier et sa femme, Messire Ferry de Chardoines, I. de Saint-Dizier sa femme, Ieanne et Ysabel de la Haute Ribaupierre”, the latter stating that Guillaume de Dampierre, son of “Messire Iean de Dampierre...seigneur de Saint Disier”, married “Ieanne de Chalon fille Estienne de Chalon Seigneur de Vignorry”, whose children were “Iean et Ysabeau” of whom Jean married “Aliz d’Aufemont” while Isabelle succeeded “à la terre de Vignorry” and married “Hue de Blancmont[117]m secondly MARIE d'Aspremont, daughter of GEOFFROY [III] Seigneur d'Aspremont & his wife Isabelle de Quiévrain.  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not been identified.  Guillaume & his first wife had five children:

a)         ETIENNE de Saint-Dizier (-murdered Feb 1328).  Seigneur de Saint-Laurent-La Roche, de Montenot, d'Augisey, d'Agessaux et de Saint-Agnès.  He was killed following a plot by his wife: documents dated 1328/30 record the enquiry sur l’assassinat d’Etienne de Saint-Dizier seigneur de Saint-Laurent” committed “à l’instigation de sa femme Huguette de Saint-Croix” by “Guillaume de Saint-Dizier frère de la victime[118]m ([30 Dec 1319]) as her first husband, HUGUETTE d'Antigny, daughter of HENRI d'Antigny Seigneur de Sainte-Croix & his wife Marguerite de Bellevesvre (-Aug 1359, bur Lons-le-Saunier Franciscan church).  Documents dated 1328/30 record the enquiry sur l’assassinat d’Etienne de Saint-Dizier seigneur de Saint-Laurent” committed “à l’instigation de sa femme Huguette de Saint-Croix” by “Guillaume de Saint-Dizier frère de la victime[119]She married secondly ([25 Oct 1337]) as his second wife, PHILIPPE de Vienne Seigneur de Pymont et de Ruffey.  Etienne & his wife had one child: 

i)          BERAUD de Saint-Dizier (1320-1342).  Seigneur de Saint-Laurent. 

b)         GUILLAUME de Saint-Dizier (-before 1362).  Documents dated 1328/30 record the enquiry sur l’assassinat d’Etienne de Saint-Dizier seigneur de Saint-Laurent” committed “à l’instigation de sa femme Huguette de Saint-Croix” by “Guillaume de Saint-Dizier frère de la victime[120]Seigneur d'Alvire. 

c)         ROBERT de Saint-Dizier .  Seigneur de Valenpoullier.  Knight of the Order of St John of Jerusalem 1344, Komtur 1362. 

d)         JEANNE de Saint-Dizier (-[22 Jul/2 Dec] 1343)Dame de La Sarraz.  m firstly (before 1324) HUGONIN de Villars de Varair.  m secondly AYMON de Montferrand Seigneur de La Sarraz (-before 1342).  

e)         ISABELLE de Saint-Dizier (-before 1368).  Dame d'Urville, d'Humbrecourt, de Rouvres et de Montenot.  A charter dated 26 Sep 1402 records a claim by “Yolant de Bar et Ysabel de Bar” against “Monsieur Iean de Vergy chevalier et sa femme, Messire Ferry de Chardoines, I. de Saint-Dizier sa femme, Ieanne et Ysabel de la Haute Ribaupierre”, the latter stating that Guillaume de Dampierre, son of “Messire Iean de Dampierre...seigneur de Saint Disier”, married “Ieanne de Chalon fille Estienne de Chalon Seigneur de Vignorry”, whose children were “Iean et Ysabeau” of whom Jean married “Aliz d’Aufemont” while Isabelle succeeded “à la terre de Vignorry” and married “Hue de Blancmont[121]m AME de Blâmont Seigneur de Deneuvre, son of HENRI [I] Seigneur de Blâmont [Salm] & his wife Kunigunde von Leiningen (-after Sep 1324). 

Guillaume & his second wife had two children:

f)          JEAN [II] de Saint-Dizier (-after 1327)Seigneur de Saint-Dizier, de Vignory et de l'Ecluse.  m (before 1319) ALIX de Nesle d'Offémont, daughter of GUY de Clermont dit de Nesle Seigneur d'Offémont [Maréchal de France] & his wife Marguerite de Mello.(-after 1323).  A charter dated 1407 records that “defunctus Ioannes de Donnapetra miles dominus de Vangionerivo et de Sancto Desiderio” married “Alipdi de Auffemonte filia…quondam marescalli Franciæ nuncupati de Nigella[122]Jean [II] & his wife had three children: 

i)          JEAN de Saint-Dizier (-[1367/73]).  A charter dated 1407 names “Ioannes de Sancto Desiderio” as the son of “defunctus Ioannes de Donnapetra miles dominus de Vangionerivo et de Sancto Desiderio” and his wife “Alipdi de Auffemonte filia…quondam marescalli Franciæ nuncupati de Nigella[123]Seigneur de Saint-Dizier et de Vignory.  m (before 1334) MARIE de Bar-Pierrepont, daughter of ERARD de Bar Seigneur de Pierrepont & his wife Isabelle de Lorraine (-after 1380).   A charter dated 1407 records that “Ioannes de Sancto Desiderio”, son of “defunctus Ioannes de Donnapetra miles dominus de Vangionerivo et de Sancto Desiderio” and his wife, married “Maria de Barro” and had “defunctum Edouardum[124]Jean & his wife had one child: 

(a)       EDOUARD de Saint-Dizier (-13 Aug 1401).  A charter dated 1407 records that “Ioannes de Sancto Desiderio”, son of “defunctus Ioannes de Donnapetra miles dominus de Vangionerivo et de Sancto Desiderio” and his wife, married “Maria de Barro” and had “defunctum Edouardum[125]Seigneur de Saint-Dizier, de Vignory et de Veuilly.  A charter dated 26 Sep 1402 records a claim by “Yolant de Bar et Ysabel de Bar” against “Monsieur Iean de Vergy chevalier et sa femme, Messire Ferry de Chardoines, I. de Saint-Dizier sa femme, Ieanne et Ysabel de la Haute Ribaupierre”, the former stating that “Messire Erart de Bar...[et] Ysabel de Loreinne” had “Thibaut et Marie de Bar”, that Thibaut married “Ieanne de Namur” and had “Yoland et Ysabel de Bar” while Marie married “Messire Iean de Saint Disier le iuene” and had “Messire Edouart de Saint Disier” whose wife “Dame Ieanne de Vienne” remarried “un grand seigneur de Vergy[126]m as her second husband, JEANNE de Vienne-Mirabel, widow of JEAN de Rougemont Seigneur de Rougemont de Tilchâtel et de Ruffey, daughter of HENRI de Vienne-Mirabel & his wife Marguerite de Bauffremont.  She married thirdly (before 26 Sep 1402) as his second wife, Jean de Vergy Seigneur de Fouvent et de Champlitte. 

ii)         ISABELLE de Saint-Dizier (-13 Jan 1371)Dame de Montemois 1362.  m firstly JEAN le Mercier, son of ---.  m secondly JEAN de Châtillon Seigneur de Gandelus et de Dury, son of JEAN de Châtillon Seigneur de Châtillon, de Gandelus, de Troissy et de Marigny & his first wife Eléonore de Roye Dame de la Ferté en Ponthieu (-after 15 Dec 1377). 

iii)        JEANNE de Saint-Dizierm JEAN le Mercier Seigneur de Noviant-au-Pré, son of ---. 

g)         GEOFFROY de Saint-Dizier (-killed in battle Poitiers 19 Sep 1356).  Seigneur de Roche-sur-Marne, by right of his wife.  m ISABELLE de Châtillon Dame de Roche-sur-Marne, daughter of --- (-after 1366).  Geoffroy & his wife had four children: 

i)          HENRI de Saint-Dizier (-Dec 1376).  Seigneur de Roche-sur-Marne.  Seigneur de la Fauche, by right of his wife.  m (1366) as her first husband, MARGUERITE de Joinville Dame de la Fauche, daughter of OGIER de Joinville Seigneur d'Effincourt & his wife Marguerite de Beaupré (1329-after 1410).  She married secondly (1377) Eudes de Savoisy (-shortly before 20 Jan 1400), and thirdly Crescent de Flévy.  Henri & his wife had one child: 

(a)       JEANNE de Saint-Dizier (-after 18 Aug 1408)Dame de Roche-sur-Marne et de la Fauche.  m firstly GUILLAUME de Grandson, son of --- (-Aug 1381).  m secondly (before 14 Mar 1388) JACQUES de Vergy, son of --- (-killed in battle Nikopolis 28 Sep 1396).  Seigneur de la Fauche, by right of his wife.  m thirdly (1398) GAUTHIER de Savoisy, son of ---.  m fourthly (before 13 Aug 1401) FERRY de Chardoigne, son of --- (-after 18 Aug 1408).

ii)         GUILLAUME de Roche .  1366.  

iii)        JEAN de Saint-Dizier (-4 May 1375).  Archdeacon at Cambrai.  Bishop of Verdun 1372.  

iv)       daughter .  Nun at Notre Dame de Soissons. 

 

 

 

Chapter 2.    JOINVILLE

 

 

A.      SEIGNEURS de JOINVILLE

 

 

Etienne, earliest known ancestor of the Seigneurs de Joinville {Haute-Marne}, is recorded in the early 11th century.  According to the Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines, he was from Vaux, near the abbey of Saint-Urbain[127], the village of Vaux-sur-Saint-Urbain being located about six kilometres south of Joinville, adjacent to Saint-Urbain Maconcourt, near the Marne river.  Etienne’s parentage is unknown.  Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records that Etienne started building the first castle of Joinville with the help of his father-in-law and that he was "comes Ioviniaci"[128], although no other sources have been found which corroborate that he bore this title.  It is possible that the reference results from confusion between the names "Joinville" and "Joigny" {Yonne}, the latter being located south-west of Troyes near Auxerre.  Contemporary charters refer to Etienne's castle by the names "novum castellum" and "Junci-villa" (see below).  The wording of Alberic’s Chronicle suggests that Etienne de Vaux was the vassal of Engelbert de Brienne.  By the mid-12th century, the seigneurs de Joinville had acquired a position of considerable power among the nobility of the county of Champagne, demonstrated by the appointment of Guillaume [III] Seigneur de Joinville as Sénéchal de Champagne in [1153][129], an office which remained hereditary within his family for several generations. 

 

 

1.         ETIENNE de Vaux, son of --- (-[after 1027]).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Stephano…de Vallibus iuxta abbatiam Sancti Urbani", specifying that he was a supporter of Engelbert de Brienne in the war of Boulogne, became "comes Ioviniaci" by right of his wife after the death of his mother-in-law (although no record has been found that Etienne bore the title comte de Joigny, it being probable that this reference results from confusion between the names Joigny and Joinville), and started building the first castle of Joinville with the help of his father-in-law[130]Seigneur de Joinville.  He acquired the avouerie of the abbey of Saint-Urbain[131].  Hermann Bishop of Toul threatened "Stephano Novi-Castelli domino" with excommunication, for having invaded property of the monks of Saint-Blin at Augéville, by letter dated 1018[132].  Robert II King of France required "miles Stephanus de Junci-villa" to restore property to the abbey of Montiérender, by charter dated 15 May 1027[133]m (before 1027) --- de Brienne, daughter of ENGELBERT [II] de Brienne & his second wife Alix de Sens.  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines refers to the only daughter of "comes de Brena super Albam Engelbertus" & his [second] wife as wife of "Stephano…de Vallibus"[134].  Dudon abbot of Montiérender granted benefits to “Stephano de Juncivilla”, noting that “Engelbertus comes Breonensis...sororem” married “supra memorato Stephano”, by undated charter[135].  Delaborde dates this charter to before 15 May 1027[136], presumably because of the charter of that date quoted above.  Etienne & his wife had one child: 

a)         GEOFFROY [I] de Joinville (-[1080]).  "Gozfridus de novo castello" donated property to Montiérender by charter dated [1061/62 or before] in which he names "pater suus Stephanus"[137].  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Gaufridum" as son of "Stephano…de Vallibus", specifying that he was "comes Ioviniaci et secundus dominus Ioneville"[138]Seigneur de Joinville.  “Gaufridus miles” confirmed “ecclesiam beatæ Mariæ de villa...Wasciacus” by undated charter, subscribed by “Gaufridi qui hoc donum dedit, Blanchie uxoris eius, Gofridi filii eorum, Rainardi filii eorum...[139].  Brunon abbé de Montiérender declared that "Geoffroy de Novo Castello", having demanded the return of some churches taken by his father, was granted the church of Dommartin for life, by charter dated to [1050/80][140]m BLANCHE de Reynel, daughter of ARNOUL Comte de Reynel & his wife --- de Fouvent.  Her origin, as mother of "domno abbate Stephano", is deduced from the Chronicle of Saint-Bénigne de Dijon which names Etienne's parents as "patre Joffredo…consul [qui] a patre et avo consulibus originem duxit" and "matre…Arnulfi…consulis de Risnel filia, matrem habens…consulis Gerardi de Fonvenz filiam"[141].  “Gaufridus miles” confirmed “ecclesiam beatæ Mariæ de villa...Wasciacus” by undated charter, subscribed by “Gaufridi qui hoc donum dedit, Blanchie uxoris eius, Gofridi filii eorum, Rainardi filii eorum...[142].  Pibon Bishop of Toul recalls donations made to Saint-Mansuy, among others those by "Arnoul chanoine de Verdun et Blanche dame de Joinville", with the consent of their heirs "Etienne clerc, le comte Renard et Roger son jeune frère", by charter dated 29 May 1103[143], which suggests that Blanche survived her son Geoffroy [II] Seigneur de Joinville (Renard and Roger, maybe also Etienne, being his sons).  Geoffroy [I] & his wife had four children: 

i)          HILDUIN de Joinville (-killed in battle Boulogne ----).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Holdoinum" as the brother of "Iovevillam Gaufridus secundus, tertius…eiusdem loci domnus", specifying that he was killed young in the war against Boulogne (near Joinville) leaving three children[144]m ---.  The name of Hilduin's wife is not known.  Hilduin & his wife had three children: 

(a)       GAUTHIER de JoinvilleThe Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Galtherum…et Wicherum…et Hescelinam domnam de Mulleio" as the three children of "Holdoinum", specifying that the two sons died childless[145].  A charter dated 1124 records the settlement of a dispute between the abbeys of Montiérender and Bollancourt concerning a donation of land “à Longeville”, donated by “Aiseline fille d’Hilduin de Neuilly, femme de...Guy d’Aigremont, Vautier et Witier ses frères” for the soul of “feu Witier fils dudit Hilduin[146]

(b)       WICHER de Joinville (-before 1124).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Galtherum…et Wicherum…et Hescelinam domnam de Mulleio" as the three children of "Holdoinum", specifying that the two sons died childless[147].  Seigneur de Nully.  A charter dated 1124 records the settlement of a dispute between the abbeys of Montiérender and Bollancourt concerning a donation of land “à Longeville”, donated by “Aiseline fille d’Hilduin de Neuilly, femme de...Guy d’Aigremont, Vautier et Witier ses frères” for the soul of “feu Witier fils dudit Hilduin[148]

(c)       HESCELINE de Joinville The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Galtherum…et Wicherum…et Hescelinam domnam de Mulleio" as the three children of "Holdoinum", naming "de Aeromonte…Guido, Fulconis filius de Sarcellis" as husband of Hesceline and their son "Werricum patrem Galteri de Mulleio"[149].  A charter dated 1124 records the settlement of a dispute between the abbeys of Montiérender and Bollancourt concerning a donation of land “à Longeville”, donated by “Aiseline fille d’Hilduin de Neuilly, femme de...Guy d’Aigremont, Vautier et Witier ses frères” for the soul of “feu Witier fils dudit Hilduin[150].  Heiress of Nully.  m GUY d'Aigremont, son of FOULQUES de Sarcelles & his wife --- (-after 1140). 

ii)         GEOFFROY [II] de Joinville (-before 1101).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Gaufridus filius eius [=Gaufridi II domnus Ioveville et comes Ioviniaci]" when recording in 1080 that he succeeded on the death of his father[151]Seigneur de Joinville

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iii)        RAINARD de Joinville .  “Gaufridus miles” confirmed “ecclesiam beatæ Mariæ de villa...Wasciacus” by undated charter, subscribed by “Gaufridi qui hoc donum dedit, Blanchie uxoris eius, Gofridi filii eorum, Rainardi filii eorum...[152]

iv)       ETIENNE de Joinville .  His origin is deduced from the Chronicle of Saint-Bénigne de Dijon which names the parents of "domno abbate Stephano" as "patre Joffredo…consul [qui] a patre et avo consulibus originem duxit" and "matre…Arnulfi…consulis de Risnel filia, matrem habens…consulis Gerardi de Fonvenz filiam"[153].  Abbot of Bèze.  Pibon Bishop of Toul recalls donations made to Saint-Mansuy, among others those by "Arnoul chanoine de Verdun et Blanche dame de Joinville", with the consent of their heirs "Etienne clerc, le comte Renard et Roger son jeune frère", by charter dated 29 May 1103[154].  This charter suggests that Etienne survived his older brother Geoffroy [II]. 

 

 

GEOFFROY [II] de Joinville, son of GEOFFROY [I] Seigneur de Joinville & his wife Blanche de Reynel (-before 1101).  “Gaufridus miles” confirmed “ecclesiam beatæ Mariæ de villa...Wasciacus” by undated charter, subscribed by “Gaufridi qui hoc donum dedit, Blanchie uxoris eius, Gofridi filii eorum, Rainardi filii eorum...[155].  "Geoffroy senex sire de Joinville", with the consent of "Geoffroy son fils et de Hodierne sa bru", donated property to the church of Vaucouleurs, by charter dated to [1070/80][156]Seigneur de Joinville.  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Gaufridus filius eius [=Gaufridi II domnus Ioveville et comes Ioviniaci]" when recording in 1080 that he succeeded on the death of his father[157].  Dudon abbé de Montiérender declared that he summoned "Goffrido iuniore, Junville domino…advocati…Blesensis" to Meaux, that the latter was unable to present himself because of the captivity of "filii sui Stephani", and that Geoffroy had therefore agreed with the abbey to hold his avouerie on the same terms as "son aïeul Etienne", by charter dated to [1088][158].  "Gaufredus de Junccivilla" is named in a charter dated to [1089/90]/1093] which records that "defuncto filius eius Gaufredus" donated property to the abbey of Molesme, subscribed by "Warnerio gener eius"[159]

m (before 1080) HODIERNE de Courtenay, daughter of JOSCELIN [I] Seigneur de Courtenay & his first wife Isabelle de Montlhéry.  Hodierne is named as the daughter of Joscelin [I] and his first wife in Burke’s Peerage, and wife of Geoffroy de Joinville, but the primary source on which it is based has not yet been identified[160]The Historia of Monk Aimon records the mother of Guy and Renard de Joigny as the only child of Joscelin by his first wife, which suggests that Hodierne must have been born from her father’s second marriage[161].  "Geoffroy senex sire de Joinville", with the consent of "Geoffroy son fils et de Hodierne sa bru", donated property to the church of Vaucouleurs, by charter dated to [1070/80][162]

Geoffroy [II] & his wife had five children: 

1.         ETIENNE de Joinville (-after [1088]).  Dudon abbé de Montiérender declared that he summoned "Goffrido iuniore, Junville domino…advocati…Blesensis" to Meaux, that the latter was unable to present himself because of the captivity of "filii sui Stephani", and that Geoffroy had therefore agreed with the abbey to hold his avouerie on the same terms as "son aïeul Etienne", by charter dated to [1088][163].  The circumstances surrounding the captivity of Etienne are not known.  However, the fact of his being taken captive suggests that he was of some importance in the family, possibly even his father's oldest son, although this is not certain. 

2.         RAINARD de Joinville (-after 29 May 1103).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Renardum…comes Ioviniaci…et Rogerum Ioveville domnum" as the two sons of "Iovevillam Gaufridus secundus, tertius…eiusdem loci domnus"[164]Seigneur de Joinville.  Pibon Bishop of Toul recalls donations made to Saint-Mansuy, among others those by "Arnoul chanoine de Verdun et Blanche dame de Joinville", with the consent of their heirs "Etienne clerc, le comte Renard et Roger son jeune frère", by charter dated 29 May 1103[165].  According to Europäische Stammtafeln[166], Renard and his brother Roger were sons of Geoffroy [I] Seigneur de Joinville.  However, this looks chronologically unlikely in light of the dates attributed to Roger's descendants.  The speculation could be based on a misinterpretation of the 1103 charter, on the assumption that "Etienne clerc, le comte Renard et Roger son jeune frère" were all three brothers. 

3.         ROGER de Joinville (-1137 or after)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Renardum…comes Ioviniaci…et Rogerum Ioveville domnum" as the two sons of "Iovevillam Gaufridus secundus, tertius…eiusdem loci domnus"[167].  Pibon Bishop of Toul recalls donations made to Saint-Mansuy, among others those by "Arnoul chanoine de Verdun et Blanche dame de Joinville", with the consent of their heirs "Etienne clerc, le comte Renard et Roger son jeune frère", by charter dated 29 May 1103[168]Seigneur de Joinville.  "Roger seigneur de Joinville et Geoffroy son fils", with the consent of "Audiard femme de Roger", renounced rights over the abbey of Saint-Urbain by charter dated 1132[169].  "Roger de Joinville, sa femme et Geoffroy leur fils" witnessed a charter dated 1137 under which Geoffroy Bishop of Châlons confirmed the foundation of the commanderie du Temple, at Ruetz by "Haton de Hatoncourt"[170]m ALDEARDE de Vignory, daughter of GUY [III] Seigneur de Vignory & his wife Beatrix de Bourgogne [Capet] (-1137 or after).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines refers to the wife of "Rogerus de Iovevilla Gaufridi filius" as "Guidonis sororem de Vangionis rivo"[171].  "Roger seigneur de Joinville et Geoffroy son fils", with the consent of "Audiard femme de Roger", renounced rights over the abbey of Saint-Urbain by charter dated 1132[172].  "Roger de Joinville, sa femme et Geoffroy leur fils" witnessed a charter dated 1137 under which Geoffroy Bishop of Châlons confirmed the foundation of the commanderie du Temple, at Ruetz by "Haton de Hatoncourt"[173].  Roger & his wife had [six] children: 

a)         GUILLAUME de Joinville (-[before 1132]).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "comitis Guillelmi" as son of "Rogerum Ioveville domnum"[174].  His absence from his father's charter dated 1132 suggests that Guillaume may have died before that date. 

b)         GEOFFROY [III] de Joinville (-[1187/88])The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Gaufridum Grossum Robertum et Guidonem episcopum Cathalaunensem et Beatricem comitissam de Grandiprato" as children of "Rogerus de Iovevilla Gaufridi filius" & his wife[175].  "Roger seigneur de Joinville et Geoffroy son fils", with the consent of "Audiard femme de Roger", renounced rights over the abbey of Saint-Urbain by charter dated 1132[176].  "Roger de Joinville, sa femme et Geoffroy leur fils" witnessed a charter dated 1137 under which Geoffroy Bishop of Châlons confirmed the foundation of the commanderie du Temple, at Ruetz by "Haton de Hatoncourt"[177]Seigneur de Joinville.  "Geoffroy de Joinville", with the consent of "Félicité sa femme, de Geoffroy son fils, d'Audiard sa mère, de Gui archidiacre de Langres et de Robert, ses frères, ainsi que de sa sœur N", founded a priory for women at Val d'Osne, responsible to the abbaye de Molesmes, by charter dated to [1140/46][178].  Henri Bishop of Toul confirmed the donation of “curiam Gauvillaris” made by “Gaufrido Jovillæ domino uxoreque eius Felicitate et Roberto fratre suo” by charter dated 9 Mar 1141 (O.S.?)[179].  He founded Ecurey in [1145].  Seneschal of Champagne [1153][180].  “Symon Bellifortus dominus” donated property “in pedagio de Rammerru” to Molesmes by charter dated 1155, witnessed by “Hugone fratre meo Brecarum domino, Gaufredo grosso Jovis ville domino[181].  "Gaufridus Jovisville dominus, comitis Henrici senescaldus" donated property to Chapelle-aux-Planches by charter dated 1157 in which he names "pater meus Rogerus…Felicitate uxore mea et filio meo Gaufrido, filia quoque Gertrude"[182]Henri Bishop of Toul confirmed donations made to La Crète, including “terram itaque grangiæ de Haydoiz de trium villarum Temprouh, Brichenville, Allenville territoriis fundatæ” donated by “domino Hugone comite Rinelli et filiis eius Hernulfe et Hayrardo, et Hugone domino de Fischa assensu et laude uxoris suæ Bergerolæ, et domini Gaufridi de Jonivilla et uxoris suæ Felicitatis”, by charter dated 1158[183]Gaufridus senior dominus Joviville” confirmed donations to Montiérender by charter dated 1184[184].  He is named as deceased in his son’s charter dated 1188 (see below).  m (before 9 Mar 1142) as her second husband, FELICITE de Brienne, widow of SIMON Seigneur de Broyes, daughter of ERARD [I] Comte de Brienne & his wife Alix de Montdidier (-after 21 Jun 1178).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Felicitatem relictam Symonis de Brois [filia Erardi comes Brenensis]" as wife of "Gaufridum Grossum"[185].  "Geoffroy de Joinville", with the consent of "Félicité sa femme, de Geoffroy son fils, d'Audiard sa mère, de Gui archidiacre de Langres et de Robert, ses frères, ainsi que de sa sœur N", founded a priory for women at Val d'Osne, responsible to the abbaye de Molesmes, by charter dated to [1140/46][186].  Henri Bishop of Toul confirmed the donation of “curiam Gauvillaris” made by “Gaufrido Jovillæ domino uxoreque eius Felicitate et Roberto fratre suo” by charter dated 9 Mar 1141 (O.S.?)[187].  "Gaufridus Jovisville dominus, comitis Henrici senescaldus" donated property to Chapelle-aux-Planches by charter dated 1157 in which he names "pater meus Rogerus…Felicitate uxore mea et filio meo Gaufrido, filia quoque Gertrude"[188].  Her second marriage is confirmed by the donation dated 1182 by "Simon Seigneur de Beaufort" (her son) to the abbey of Andecy which is subscribed by "Geoffroy Seigneur de Joinville son frère, Pierre chapelain du Sire de Broyes également son frère"[189].  Geoffroy [III] & his wife had four children: 

i)          GEOFFROY [IV] de Joinville (-Acre Aug 1190).  "Geoffroy de Joinville", with the consent of "Félicité sa femme, de Geoffroy son fils, d'Audiard sa mère, de Gui archidiacre de Langres et de Robert, ses frères, ainsi que de sa sœur N", founded a priory for women at Val d'Osne, responsible to the abbaye de Molesmes, by charter dated to [1140/46][190]Seigneur de Joinville

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ii)         WASELER de JoinvilleThe Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Gaufridum, Vaslerum et Gertrudem" as children of "Gaufridum Grossum" & his wife[191]

iii)        GERTRUDE de Joinville (-1181 or after)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Gaufridum, Vaslerum et Gertrudem" as children of "Gaufridum Grossum" & his wife, specifying that Gertrude was mother of "comitis Hugonis Wandanimontis"[192].  "Gaufridus Jovisville dominus, comitis Henrici senescaldus" donated property to Chapelle-aux-Planches by charter dated 1157 in which he names "pater meus Rogerus…Felicitate uxore mea et filio meo Gaufrido, filia quoque Gertrude"[193].  The bishop of Toul confirmed the act by which "Geoffroy seigneur de Joinville", with the agreement of "Geoffroy son fils et de la comtesse de Vaudémont sa fille", founded the abbey of Ecurey, by charter dated 1168[194]Pierre Bishop of Toul confirmed the donation of “le lieu de Tontigny auparavant appartenant à l’héritage de Morivlle...” made to Flabémont by “conte Gerard de Vauldemont”, with the consent of “Gertrude sa femme et de Hugues son filz et autres leurs héritiers...et de Odon son frère archidiacre” by charter dated 1172[195]m as his first wife, GERARD [II] Comte de Vaudémont, son of HUGUES [I] Comte de Vaudémont & his wife Aigeline de Bourgogne (-1188, bur Morimond). 

iv)       GUILLEMETTE de Joinville .  A charter dated to before 1204 requested the comte de Champagne to regularise the appointment of "Guillemette de Joinville, tante de Geoffroy de Joinville" as abbess of Avenay[196].  Abbess of Avenay 1176/1204. 

c)         ROBERT de Joinville (-1178).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Gaufridum Grossum Robertum et Guidonem episcopum Cathalaunensem et Beatricem comitissam de Grandiprato" as children of "Rogerus de Iovevilla Gaufridi filius" & his wife[197].  "Geoffroy de Joinville", with the consent of "Félicité sa femme, de Geoffroy son fils, d'Audiard sa mère, de Gui archidiacre de Langres et de Robert, ses frères, ainsi que de sa sœur N", founded a priory for women at Val d'Osne, responsible to the abbaye de Molesmes, by charter dated to [1140/46][198].  Henri Bishop of Toul confirmed the donation of “curiam Gauvillaris” made by “Gaufrido Jovillæ domino uxoreque eius Felicitate et Roberto fratre suo” by charter dated 9 Mar 1141 (O.S.?)[199]

d)         GUY de Joinville (-1190)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Gaufridum Grossum Robertum et Guidonem episcopum Cathalaunensem et Beatricem comitissam de Grandiprato" as children of "Rogerus de Iovevilla Gaufridi filius" & his wife[200].  Archdeacon at Langres [1145].  "Geoffroy de Joinville", with the consent of "Félicité sa femme, de Geoffroy son fils, d'Audiard sa mère, de Gui archidiacre de Langres et de Robert, ses frères, ainsi que de sa sœur N", founded a priory for women at Val d'Osne, responsible to the abbaye de Molesmes, by charter dated to [1140/46][201]Bishop of Châlons 1164.  The Annales Sancti Petri Catalaunensis record the succession in 1164 of “Guido episcopus[202].  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records the election in 1163 of "Guido de Iovevilla frater Gaufridi filius Rogeri" as Bishop of Châlons[203]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records in 1163 that "alter Guido de Iovevilla frater Gaufridi filius Rogeri" was elected "apud Cathalaunum" and held office for 28 years[204].  The Annales Sancti Petri Catalaunensis record the death in 1190 of “Guido episcopus Catalaunensis[205]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records in 1190 the death of "episcopus Cathalaunensis Guido" and the election of “in episcopum Rotrocus de Pertico regis Francorum consobrinus[206].  

e)         [daughter .  "Geoffroy de Joinville", with the consent of "Félicité sa femme, de Geoffroy son fils, d'Audiard sa mère, de Gui archidiacre de Langres et de Robert, ses frères, ainsi que de sa sœur N", founded a priory for women at Val d'Osne, responsible to the abbaye de Molesmes, by charter dated to [1140/46][207].  It is not known whether this daughter was the same person as Beatrix who is named below.] 

f)          BEATRIX de Joinville The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Gaufridum Grossum Robertum et Guidonem episcopum Cathalaunensem et Beatricem comitissam de Grandiprato" as children of "Rogerus de Iovevilla Gaufridi filius" & his wife[208].  No other source has been identified which records Beatrix as the wife of a Comte de Grandpré.  If Alberic is correct, the chronology suggests that Beatrix’s husband was Henri [II] Comte de Grandpré, possibly as his first wife.  [m as his [first] wife, HENRI [II] Comte de Grandpré, son of HENRI [I] Comte de Grandpré, de Porcien et de Verdun & his wife Ermentrude de Joux [Grandson] (-[1188/90]).] 

4.         HAWISE de Joinville (-after 1141)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Hadewidem de Asperomonte" as the daughter of "Iovevillam Gaufridus secundus, tertius…eiusdem loci domnus"[209].  She was co-founder of the abbey of Riéval in 1141[210].  Henri Bishop of Toul confirmed the donation of property “Romundicuria” to Riéval made by “Petro de Brisseio et a Leucharde de Umplona filiisque et filiabus eius et a domina Hadewide de Asperomonte filiisque eius” by charter dated 9 Mar 1141 (O.S.?)[211].  “Leucharde de Umplona” and her sons and daughters have not otherwise been identified, but presumably she and Hawide d’Aspremont held the property donated jointly with Pierre de Brixey, presumably by inheritance maybe through the Reynel family from whom both Hawide and Pierre de Brixey were descended.  m GOBERT [III] Seigneur d'Aspremont, son of THIERRY de Briey Seigneur d'Aspremont et de Rouvres & his wife Hadwige d'Aspremont (-before 1141). 

5.         daughter .  m (before [1089/93]) WARNER, son of ---.  "Gaufredus de Junccivilla" is named in a charter dated to [1089/90]/1093] which records that "defuncto filius eius Gaufredus" donated property to the abbey of Molesme, subscribed by "Warnerio gener eius"[212]

 

 

GEOFFROY [IV] de Joinville, son of GEOFFROY [III] Seigneur de Joinville & his wife Félicité de Brienne (-Acre Aug 1190).  "Geoffroy de Joinville", with the consent of "Félicité sa femme, de Geoffroy son fils, d'Audiard sa mère, de Gui archidiacre de Langres et de Robert, ses frères, ainsi que de sa sœur N", founded a priory for women at Val d'Osne, responsible to the abbaye de Molesmes, by charter dated to [1140/46][213].  "Gaufridus Jovisville dominus, comitis Henrici senescaldus" donated property to Chapelle-aux-Planches by charter dated 1157 in which he names "pater meus Rogerus…Felicitate uxore mea et filio meo Gaufrido, filia quoque Gertrude"[214]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Gaufridum, Vaslerum et Gertrudem" as children of "Gaufridum Grossum" & his wife[215].  The bishop of Toul confirmed the act by which "Geoffroy seigneur de Joinville", with the agreement of "Geoffroy son fils et de la comtesse de Vaudémont sa fille", founded the abbey of Ecurey, by charter dated 1168[216].  "Simon Seigneur de Beaufort" donated property to the abbey of Andecy by charter dated 1182 subscribed by "Geoffroy Seigneur de Joinville son frère, Pierre chapelain du Sire de Broyes également son frère"[217]Seigneur de Joinville.  “Gaufridus dominus Jonisvalle frater Hugonis domini Brec.” donated “vineam...ad Mucei” to Saint-Urbain monastery, for the anniversary of “patris mei Gaufridi”, by charter dated 1188[218].  “Gaufridus dominus Jovisvillæ frater Hugonis Brecensis” donated property to the priory of Saint-Jacques, referring to “patris mei Gaufridi”, with the consent of “Helvide uxoris mee et...Gaufridi et Roberti filiorum meorum”, by charter dated 1188[219].  “Gaufridus Joniville dominus frater Hugonis Brecensis” confirmed previous donations to Joinville Saint-Laurent and, with “Heluydis uxor mea et Gaufridus filius meus et alii filii mei”, agreed not to build another chapel at the castle by charter dated 1188[220].  “Gaufridus Jonville dominus” confirmed the use of property near Vaucouleurs to Evaux abbey by charter dated 1189[221].  The date of his death is confirmed by the charter dated 1190 of his son Geoffroy [V] and his death at the siege of Acre confirmed by his son’s the charter dated 1192 (see below). 

m HELVIDE de Dampierre, daughter of GUY [I] de Dampierre Seigneur de Dampierre, de Saint-Dizier et de Moeslain, Vicomte de Troyes & his wife Helvide de Baudémont (-before May 1196).  “Gaufridus dominus Jovisvillæ frater Hugonis Brecensis” donated property to the priory of Saint-Jacques, referring to “patris mei Gaufridi”, with the consent of “Helvide uxoris mee et...Gaufridi et Roberti filiorum meorum”, by charter dated 1188[222].  “Gaufridus Joniville dominus frater Hugonis Brecensis” confirmed previous donations to Joinville Saint-Laurent and, with “Heluydis uxor mea et Gaufridus filius meus et alii filii mei”, agreed not to build another chapel at the castle by charter dated 1188[223].  "Geofroi V Trouillard Sire de Joinville senechal de Champagne" donated property to the abbey of Boulancourt with the consent of his mother Helvide de Dampierre and his brothers Guillaume archdeacon of Chalons, Robert and Simon by charter dated 1191[224].  His death at that time is confirmed by the charter of his son Geoffroy [V] dated 1191 (see below).  “Gaufridus dominus Joniville senescallus Campanie” confirmed previous donations to Sept-Fontaines abbey, for the soul of “felicis memorie...matris mee”, by charter dated May 1196[225]

Geoffroy [IV] & his wife had seven children: 

1.         GEOFFROY [V] de Joinville (-[Acre] [1203/04]).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Gaufridus, Robertus, Symon et Guido milites et Guilelmus clericus" as five brothers "apud Ionevillam", recording that "Gaufridus maior natu cognomento Trullardus" joined the Crusade and died overseas[226].  “Gaufridus dominus Jovisvillæ frater Hugonis Brecensis” donated property to the priory of Saint-Jacques, referring to “patris mei Gaufridi”, with the consent of “Helvide uxoris mee et...Gaufridi et Roberti filiorum meorum”, by charter dated 1188[227].  “Gaufridus Joniville dominus frater Hugonis Brecensis” confirmed previous donations to Joinville Saint-Laurent and, with “Heluydis uxor mea et Gaufridus filius meus et alii filii mei”, agreed not to build another chapel at the castle by charter dated 1188[228]Seigneur de Joinville.  “Gaufridus dominus Joniville et Helvis mater mea” donated “domum Dei...Joniville” to the chapter of Joinville Saint-Laurent by charter dated 1190[229].  "Geofroi V Trouillard Sire de Joinville senechal de Champagne" donated property to the abbey of Boulancourt with the consent of his mother Helvide de Dampierre and his brothers Guillaume archdeacon of Chalons, Robert and Simon by charter dated 1191[230].  “Gaufridus Joniville dominus” notified that “Gaufridus pater noster, in obsidione Anconensi ultra mare contra Saladinum principem Turcorum facta defunctus” had renounced “gistum de Landevilla” in favour of Saint-Urbain by charter dated 1192[231].  Sénéchal de Champagne.  “Gaufridus dominus Joniville senescallus Campanie” confirmed previous donations to Sept-Fontaines abbey, for the soul of “felicis memorie...matris mee”, by charter dated May 1196[232].  Villehardouin names "Geoffroy de Joinville, Seneschal of Champagne, and his brother Robert" among those who joined the Fourth Crusade in 1199[233].  “Gaufridus de Ioinvilla Campaniæ senescallus” offered guarantees to Blanche comtesse de Champagne relating to property which her husband had granted to “consanguineo meo Eustachio de Conflans” and which she had returned to “Guidoni de Plaisseto fratri eiusdem Eustachii”, and “Maria uxor præfati Eustachii et Guido frater eius” confirmed, by charter dated Aug 1201[234].  "Gaufridus dominus Joinville senescalcus Campanie" donated land for the monastery at Mathons by charter dated 1201[235].  The date and place of his death are confirmed by the charter of his brother Simon dated 1204 (see below). 

2.         ROBERT de Joinville (-Apulia [before 1203]).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Gaufridus, Robertus, Symon et Guido milites et Guilelmus clericus" as five brothers "apud Ionevillam", recording that that Robert pursued Gauthier de Brienne into Apulia where he died in [1205][236].  “Gaufridus dominus Jovisvillæ frater Hugonis Brecensis” donated property to the priory of Saint-Jacques, referring to “patris mei Gaufridi”, with the consent of “Helvide uxoris mee et...Gaufridi et Roberti filiorum meorum”, by charter dated 1188[237].  Seigneur de Sailly.  "Geofroi V Trouillard Sire de Joinville senechal de Champagne" donated property to the abbey of Boulancourt with the consent of his mother Helvide de Dampierre and his brothers Guillaume archdeacon of Chalons, Robert and Simon by charter dated 1191[238].  Villehardouin names "Geoffroy de Joinville, Seneschal of Champagne, and his brother Robert" among those who joined the Fourth Crusade in 1199[239].  The primary source which confirms the date and place of his death has not been identified.  Assuming that Robert was his father’s second son, as indicated by Alberic, he presumably predeceased his older brother Geoffroy as there is not record of Robert succeeding to or claiming the seigneurie de Joinville. 

3.         GUILLAUME de Joinville (-Saint-Fleur 6 Nov 1226, bur Saint-Fleur).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Gaufridus, Robertus, Symon et Guido milites et Guilelmus clericus" as five brothers "apud Ionevillam", recording that Guillaume became "Cathalauensis archidyaconus"[240].  Archdeacon at Chalons 1191.  "Geofroi V Trouillard Sire de Joinville senechal de Champagne" donated property to the abbey of Boulancourt with the consent of his mother Helvide de Dampierre and his brothers Guillaume archdeacon of Chalons, Robert and Simon by charter dated 1191[241]Bishop of Langres 1208.  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records the death in 1208 of “episcopus Robertus Lingonensis qui post Hilduinum prefuit” and the succession of “Guilelmus de Iovevilla[242]Archbishop of Reims 1219.  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records the installation “V Id Jun” 1219 of “Guilelmus episcopus Lingonensis frater Symonis de Iovevilla” as archbishop of Reims and the succession of “Hugo...filius Anserici de Monteregali” as bishop of Langres[243].  The Annales Sancti Nicasii Remenses record the death in 1218 of "Albricus Remensis archiepiscopus" and the succession of "Guillelmus de Iomvilla"[244]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records the death “apud Sanctum Florum...Non Nov” 1226 of “archiepiscopus Guilelmus Remensis” and his burial “cum monachis in cemiterio[245].  The Annales Sancti Nicasii Remenses record the death in 1226 of "domnus Guillelmus de Iomvilla Remensis archiepiscopus"[246]

4.         SIMON de Joinville (-May 1233).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Gaufridus, Robertus, Symon et Guido milites et Guilelmus clericus" as five brothers "apud Ionevillam", recording that Simon obtained Joinville[247]Seigneur de Joinville

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5.         FELICITE de Joinville (-1240 or after).  "Geoffroy seigneur de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne", with the consent of "ses frères Robert, Guillaume et Simon, et de sa sœur Félicité", confirmed the possessions of the abbey of Crête, by charter dated 1195[248].  Her presence in this charter suggests that she was probably older than her brothers Guy and André who are not named in it.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  “Henricus de Fouvenz...Agnes uxor dicti Henrici de Fouvenz” confirmed that “dominus Petrus de Borlenmont” donated property to the churches of Frebecourt and Bourlemont, with the consent of “Felicitatis uxoris sue et Symonis fratris sui...domino Symone de Joinvilla”, by charter dated 1211[249]The Feoda Campanie dated [1222/43] includes “...Felicitas domina de Borlemont…” in Feoda Varia[250]m ([1200]) PIERRE [III] Seigneur de Bourlémont, son of SIMON [II] Seigneur de Bourlémont & his wife Agnes de Broyes (-[1225/27]). 

6.         GUY de Joinville (-after Feb [1249]).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Gaufridus, Robertus, Symon et Guido milites et Guilelmus clericus" as five brothers "apud Ionevillam", recording that Guy became "domnus de Salleio"[251].  Seigneur de Sailly.  “Symon dominus Jonville senescallus Campanie” consented to “frater meus Guido dominus Salliaci" holding "villam…Donjues" from "domino meo Theobaldo comite Campanie" by charter dated Jun 1215[252].  "Gui s. de Sailly" donated “le fief de Poissons, qu’il avait acheté à Hugues de Fronville” to the monks of Saint-Urbain by charter dated Feb 1248 (O.S.?)[253]m [firstly] AGNES, daughter of --- (-[1220/21]).  "Gui de Joinville s. de Sailly" donated property to Ecurey, for the souls of himself “sa femme Agnès, de son père Geoffroy et de sa mère Héluis”, by charter dated Apr 1220[254].  The wording of this extract, linking his wife’s soul to his own, suggests that she was alive at the date of the donation.  [m secondly (before 1221) [PETRONILLE] de Chappes dame de Jully-sur-Sarce et de Champlost, daughter of GUY de Chappes & his wife Pétronille de Brienne.  The sources quoted below indicate the family origin of the wife of Guy de Joinville Seigneur de Sailly, but there is doubt about whether he married once or twice.  Père Anselme states that "Guy de Joinville Seigneur de Sailly" married "Peronnelle de Chappes dame de Juilly et de Chanlot", daughter of “Guy de Chappes”, but does not cite the primary source on which he bases this information[255].  Père Anselme’s statement appears to represent the only mention of this name.  Guy’s unnamed wife is indicated in the following two charters.  Firstly, "Gui de Sailly et Eudes Ragot son beau-frère" consented to the countess Blanche’s restoration of rights “que Gui de Chappes avait supprimés dans la forêt de Foolz” by charter dated Dec 1221[256].  Secondly, "Gui de Sailly" swore homage to Blanche Ctss de Champagne “du fief de Jully-sur-Sarce qui lui était échu du fait de sa femme” by charter dated 1221[257].  If Anselme incorrectly recorded the name Pétronille, it is possible that both these documents refer to Guy’s [first] wife Agnes who, in line with Anselme’s statement, could have been the daughter of Guy de Chappes.]  Guy & his wife had [five] children: 

a)         [MARGUERITE (-after Jul 1259).  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not been identified.  The two charters quoted below show that Marguerite was the sister of Robert de Joinville Seigneur de Sailly.  There are two possibilities: either she was his full sister, married to “--- de Beaumont”, or she was his uterine sister born from an otherwise unrecorded earlier marriage of their mother to “--- de Beaumont”.  "Robert d. de Sailly" declared himself vassal “du seigneur de Joinville por Sailly” and other properties between Montéclair and Saint-Dizier, except land held by “sa sœur Marguerite de Beaumont...à Bettoncourt”, by charter dated Jun 1256[258].  "Jean s. de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne" notified that “son cousin Robert de Sailly” declared that “Marguerite de Beaumont sa sœur” had donated “à Benoîtevaux ce qu’elle avait à Bettoncourt” by charter dated Jul 1259[259]m --- de Beaumont, son of ---.] 

b)         ROBERT de Joinville (-before Dec 1269, bur Ecurey).  Seigneur de Sailly.  "Robert de Joinville s. de Sailly" notified a donation “au Val d’Osne” made by “Hugues d’Effincourt” by charter dated Jul 1254[260].  "Jean s. de Joinville" declared that “Robert de Joinville s. de Sailly et Aufélis sa femme” had granted freedoms to “leurs hommes de Sailly” by charter dated Feb 1259 (O.S.?)[261].  "Robert de Joinville s. de Sailly" exchanged serfs with Saint-Urbain by charter dated May 1265[262].  "Jean s. de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne" declared that on his deathbed “Robert de Sailly” had donated produce from a mill at Pincelay to Ecurey where he would be buried, with the consent of “Aufélis sa femme et de Gui son fils”, by charter dated Dec 1269[263]m AUFELIS, daughter of ---.  "Jean s. de Joinville" declared that “Robert de Joinville s. de Sailly et Aufélis sa femme” had freed “leurs hommes de Sailly” by charter dated Feb 1259 (O.S.?)[264].  Père Anselme states that “Auneix“, wife of Robert de Joinville Seigneur de Sailly, made her testament in 1278 (no source citation)[265].  Robert & his wife had three children: 

i)          GUY de Sailly (-after Aug 1304).  "Jean s. de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne" declared that on his deathbed “Robert de Sailly” had donated produce from a mill at Pincelay to Ecurey where he would be buried, with the consent of “Aufélis sa femme et de Gui son fils”, by charter dated Dec 1269[266].  Seigneur de Sailly.  Père Anselme states that “Guy de Joinville seigneur de Sailly“ donated “vingt sols de rente” to Ecurey, with the consent of “sa femme Marguerite”, by charter dated 1274 (no source citation)[267].  “Guis de Jenville sires de Sailley...cum Marguerite ma feme qui fut feme mon signor Phelippe de Chaunerei” sold “Meleir“ to Thibaut Comte de Bar by charter dated 29 Oct 1287[268].  "Guy de Joinville s. de Sailly" donated property at Bure to “Aubry de Fouchières” by charter dated Aug 1304[269]m (before 1274) as her second husband, MARGUERITE d’Oiselay, widow of PHILIPPE Seigneur de Chavirey, daughter of ETIENNE [I] Seigneur d’Oiselay & his wife Clémence de Faucogney (-after 29 Oct 1287).  Her parentage and two marriages are shown in Europäische Stammtafeln[270].  Faget de Casteljau names her “Marguerite d’Oiselay” when recording the charter dated 29 Oct 1287, quoted below[271].  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not been identified.  Père Anselme states that “Guy de Joinville seigneur de Sailly“ donated “vingt sols de rente” to Ecurey, with the consent of “sa femme Marguerite”, by charter dated 1274 (no source citation)[272]Her two marriages are confirmed by the following document: Guis de Jenville sires de Sailley...cum Marguerite ma feme qui fut feme mon signor Phelippe de Chaunerei” sold “Meleir“ to Thibaut Comte de Bar by charter dated 29 Oct 1287[273].  Guy & his wife had [one child]: 

(a)       [ALIX (-27 Oct 1311, bur Morimond).  Dame de Sailly.  Père Anselme names “Alix de Joinville dame de Sailly” as daughter of “Guy de Joinville seigneur de Sailly“, adding that she married “Renaud ou Renard de Choiseul seigneur de Bourbonne” (no source citation)[274].  The primary source which confirms this parentage has not been identified, although if it is correct that her daughter’s son succeeded as Seigneur de Sailly (see CHOISEUL), it is likely that Père Anselme was right.  The letter dated 4 Feb 1661, recording epitaphs then in the church of Morimond, includes “Alix Dame de Sully [error for Sailly?] et de Borbonne et ses fils Jehans” who died “1311 la vigile de Saint Simon et Saint Jude[275]m as his first wife, RAYNARD de Choiseul Seigneur de Bourbonne, son of JEAN [I] Seigneur de Choiseul & his [first] wife Bartholomette [Alix] d’Aigremont (-after 20 Apr 1334, bur Morimond).] 

ii)         BEATRIX de Sailly (-after 11 May 1271).  Nun at Foissy.  "Alix de Sailly prieure de Foissy-lès-Troyes" declared that “Jean s. de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne” had donated revenue to “sa cousine Béatrix de Sailly religieuse à Foissy fille de Robert de Sailly frère d’Alix” by charter dated 11 May 1271[276]

iii)        SIMON de Joinville (-after 31 Mar [1324]).  "Jean s. de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne" approved the confirmation by “Simon de Joinville s. d’Echenay et Marie sa femme” of freedoms to certain villages granted in Feb 1259 by “Robert s. de Sailly père de Simon” by charter dated Feb 1309 (O.S.?)[277].  "Anseau de Joinville" declared having donated “la mouvance de Soulaincourt” to “son cousin Simon de Sailly chevalier” by charter dated 31 Mar 1323 (O.S.?)[278]m MARIE, daughter of ---.  "Jean s. de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne" approved the confirmation by “Simon de Joinville s. d’Echenay et Marie sa femme” of freedoms to certain villages granted in Feb 1259 by “Robert s. de Sailly père de Simon” by charter dated Feb 1309 (O.S.?)[279]

-         SEIGNEURS d’ECHENAY[280]

c)         SIMON de Joinville (-after Mar 1277).  "Robert de Joinville s. de Sailly" declared that “son frère Simon s. de Donjeux” held “une terre à Noncourt, en fief de Jean s. de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne, cousin dudit Robert” by charter dated Aug 1262[281].  Seigneur de Donjeux.  "Simon de Joinville s. de Donjeux" confirmed a French translation of the constitution of the prebends at Saint-Laurent de Joinville by charter dated Mar 1276 (O.S.?)[282]

-        SEIGNEURS de DONJEUX[283]

d)         GUILLAUME de Joinville (-after 21 May 1290).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  Père Anselme names him “Guillaume de Joinville seigneur de Juilly, fils de Guy de Joinville seigneur de Sailly“, without mentioning the primary source on which he bases this information[284].  Seigneur de Jully.  “Messires Guillaumes sires de Julli, le vidame de Chaalons, messires Gautiers de Joinville…Jehan de Joinville et Ansiaus de Traignel” acted as guarantors for “Jehan de Chapes escuier” in a court action dated [21 May] 1290[285]m MARIE de Tanlay, daughter of ROBERT de Courtenay Seigneur de Tanlay & his wife Marguerite de Ravières (-after 1276).  Père Anselme names her as wife of “Guillaume de Joinville seigneur de Juilly, fils de Guy de Joinville seigneur de Sailly“, adding that the couple were living together in 1276 (no source citation)[286].  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not been identified.  Guillaume & his wife had one child: 

i)          JEAN de Joinville (-after Jul 1321).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  Seigneur de Jully.  "Jean de Joinville s. de Jully" donated “un courtil sis à Troyes près la petite Tannerie” to “une bourgeoisie de Troyes, comme à celle à qui nous sommes tenu en plus grant chose” by charter dated Jul 1321[287]m --- de Conflans, daughter of EUSTACHE de Conflans Seigneur de Moreuil & his wife --- de Soissons.  The genealogy of the Conflans family, written in [1350], records that “Eustasses, fils du connestable” and his wife “la fille le comte de Soissons” had “grande lignée de fils et filles”, but that of all the daughters only one was married, “au seigneur de Jully[288].  If that is correct, the chronology suggests that her husband was Jean de Joinville Seigneur de Jully. 

-         SEIGNEURS de JULLY[289]

e)         ALIX de Joinville (-after 11 May 1271).  Prioress of Foissy.  "Alix de Sailly prieure de Foissy-lès-Troyes" declared that “Jean s. de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne” had donated revenue to “sa cousine Béatrix de Sailly religieuse à Foissy fille de Robert de Sailly frère d’Alix” by charter dated 11 May 1271[290]

7.         ANDRE de Joinville .  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Gaufridus, Robertus, Symon et Guido milites et Guilelmus clericus" as five brothers "apud Ionevillam", also recording that "Andreas autem istorem germanus" became a Knight Templar[291].  Knight Templar. 

 

 

SIMON de Joinville, son of GEOFFROY [IV] Seigneur de Joinville & his wife Helvide de Dampierre (-May 1233).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Gaufridus, Robertus, Symon et Guido milites et Guilelmus clericus" as five brothers "apud Ionevillam", recording that Simon obtained Joinville[292].  "Geofroi V Trouillard Sire de Joinville senechal de Champagne" donated property to the abbey of Boulancourt with the consent of his mother Helvide de Dampierre and his brothers Guillaume archdeacon of Chalons, Robert and Simon by charter dated 1191[293]Seigneur de Joinville.  “Symon Joniville dominus” donated rights “in passagio et in venta Joniville” to Joinville Saint-Laurent, for the anniversary of “fratris mei Gaufridi bone memorie” who died “apud Acram”, by charter dated 1204[294].  "Simon de Joinville" confirmed his father's previous donations to the monastery at Mathons by charter dated 1206[295].  “Simon miles...dominus de Joinville” donated “patronatum ecclesiæ de Faverchinis” to Floreffe, with the consent of “uxoris meæ Ermengardis filiæ domini Johannis de Monte Claro”, by charter dated 20 Jun 1210[296].  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records that Erard de Brienne captured the castle of Joinville from Simon in early 1216[297].  Seneschal of Champagne.  “Symon dominus Joviville senescallus Campanie” renounced claims “super riveria de Blesa” in favour of Montiérender abbey by charter dated 1214[298].  “Symon dominus Joniville et senescallus Campanie” renounced rights in favour of Ecurey abbey by charter dated 1218[299].  Disputes between Simon de Joinville and the count of Champagne were settled by agreement dated 7 Jun 1218, under which Simon pledged to help Thibaut IV Comte de Champagne and his mother Ctss Blanche against Erard de Brienne, in return for recognition of his hereditary right to the sénéchaussée de Champagne[300].  “Symon dominus Jovisville seneschallus Campanie” swore homage to “comes Barri” for property “apud Buincuriam et Robancuriam et Bures et Baincuriam et Germaium et Juvigneis” by charter dated 21 Dec 1221[301].  “Symon dominus Joniville senescallus Campanie” acknowledged holding “castrum de Marnai” as a fief from Hugues Duke of Burgundy, with the consent of “Beatricis uxoris mee”, by charter dated late-Sep 1230[302].  “Symon dominus Joniville seneschallus Campanie” donated property to Joinville Saint-Laurent for his own anniversary by charter dated Feb 1232 (O.S.)[303].  The year of his death is set by the charter of his widow dated 1233 in which he is named as deceased (see below). 

m firstly ([1205/before 1209]) ERMENGARDE de Montclair, daughter of JEAN de Walcourt dit de Montclair & his wife --- (-after 23 Jul 1218).  “Simon miles...dominus de Joinville” donated “patronatum ecclesiæ de Faverchinis” to Floreffe, with the consent of “uxoris meæ Ermengardis filiæ domini Johannis de Monte Claro”, by charter dated 20 Jun 1210[304].  "Simon Sire de Joinville frère et successeur de Geoffroi V Trouillart" donated property to the abbey of Boulancourt with the consent of his wife Ermengarde dame de Monteclere by charter dated 1 Aug 1210[305].  She was heiress of the château de Montclair, which passed to her son.  "Simon seigneur de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne" donated property to Clairvaux, with the consent of "sa femme Ermengart, de son fils Geoffroy, de ses filles Isabelle et Béatrix", by charter dated 1216[306].  “Ermengardis domina Montisclari” constituted “medietati totius terræ mariti sui Simonis domini Joinvillæ, Campaniæ senescalli…in dotalitio", naming "Gaufridus filius suus primogenitus", by charter dated 6 Jul 1218[307].  "Simon seigneur de Montclair et Ermengart sa femme" relinquished rights to the abbey of Mettlach, by charter dated 23 Jul 1218[308]

m secondly (before 1224) as her second husband, BEATRIX d'Auxonne, divorced wife of AIMON [II] Seigneur de Faucigny, daughter of ETIENNE [III] Comte d'Auxonne [Bourgogne-Comté] & his wife Beatrix de Chalon (-11 Apr 1260, bur La Charité).  Her first and second marriages are indicated by the testament of her daughter "Agnetis dominæ Fuciniaci", dated 9 Aug 1268, which made bequests to "dominæ Beatrici dominæ de Thoria et Villario sorori suæ et filiis suis…Simoni de Joinville dom. de Jaiz fratri suo"[309]Her parentage is indicated by the charter dated Jul 1225 under which "Simon seigneur de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne" reached an agreement with "Jean de Chalon son beau-frère", by charter dated Jul 1225[310].  It is confirmed by the charter dated 1227 under which "Simon de Joinville, comme mari de Béatrix, fille d'Etienne comte d'Auxonne et de Béatrix comtesse de Chalon" swore homage to the duke of Burgundy for the château de Marnay[311].  Dame de Marnay.  "Simon seigneur de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne" donated property to Molesme, with the consent of "sa femme Béatrix", by charter dated 1224[312].  “Beatrix de Joinville senechalesse de Champagne et...Hues chevaliers de Fronville” judged a dispute involving Evaux abbey which was to be settled by “nostre sire Simon de bonne mémoire ça en ariers sire de Joinville” by charter dated 1233[313].  "Beatrix dame de Joinville executrice testamentaire de Simon sire de Joinville son mari mort l'année précédente" donated property to the abbey of Boulancourt by charter dated Feb 1235[314].  “Jehans cuens de Bourgoingne et sires de Salins” confirmed the donation to the abbey of la Charité made by “Beatris ma suer dame de Marnay” and by “Simon son fil seignour de Jays” by charter dated Dec 1255[315].  The necrology of the abbey of La Charité records the death XIII Kal Apr” 1260 of “Beatricis filiæ comitis Stephani in conventu dominæ de Mernay[316]

Simon & his first wife had three children: 

1.         GEOFFROY de Joinville (-[1232/May 1233, bur Abbaye d'Ecurey).  "Simon seigneur de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne" donated property to Clairvaux, with the consent of "sa femme Ermengart, de son fils Geoffroy, de ses filles Isabelle et Béatrix", by charter dated 1216[317].  “Ermengardis domina Montisclari” constituted “medietati totius terræ mariti sui Simonis domini Joinvillæ, Campaniæ senescalli…in dotalitio", naming "Gaufridus filius suus primogenitus", by charter dated 6 Jul 1218[318].  He succeeded his mother as Seigneur de Montclair.  His burial at Ecurey is confirmed by the charter of his sister Isabelle dated 1242 (see below).  m ([Aug 1230], divorced 1232) as her second husband, MARIE de Garlande, widow of HENRI [IV] Comte de Grandpré, daughter of GUILLAUME [V] de Garlande Seigneur de Livry & his wife Adela de Châtillon (-after 1259).  "Simon seigneur de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne" declared that Thibaut IV Comte de Champagne guaranteed the dowry granted by "ledit Simon et par Geoffroy son fils" for "Marie comtesse de Grandpré, épouse de Geoffroy", by charter dated Aug 1230[319].  She married thirdly ([1232/35]) Anséric [IV] Seigneur de Montréal

2.         ISABELLE de Joinville (-1268 or after).  "Simon seigneur de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne" donated property to Clairvaux, with the consent of "sa femme Ermengart, de son fils Geoffroy, de ses filles Isabelle et Béatrix", by charter dated 1216[320].  Her marriage is confirmed by the charter dated 1235 under which "Simon sire de Clefmont" declared that his "beau-père Simon de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne" granted dowry to "sa fille Elisabeth", by charter dated 1235[321].  "Elisabeth, veuve de Simon de Clefmont" donated property to Ecurey, with the consent of her children, for the soul of "son frère Geoffroy, enterré en cette abbaye", by charter dated 1242[322]m (before 1229) SIMON [IV] Seigneur de Clefmont, son of SIMON [III] Seigneur de Clefmont & his wife Beatrix de Champlitte (-Oct 1238). 

3.         BEATRIX de Joinville (-before May 1249).  "Simon seigneur de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne" donated property to Clairvaux, with the consent of "sa femme Ermengart, de son fils Geoffroy, de ses filles Isabelle et Béatrix", by charter dated 1216[323].  Her marriage is indicated by the charter dated 5 Feb 1258 under which "Jean de Thorote châtelain de Noyon et Anseau de Traînel maréchal de Champagne" declared that "Hugues chevalier vidame de Châlons et Gui de Clefmont chevalier" wished to maintain the agreement dated 1249 and requested "leur oncle sénéchal de Champagne…" to seal the act[324]m GUERMOND Vidame de Châlons, son of ---. 

Simon & his second wife had six children: 

4.         JEAN de Joinville ([1224/25]-24 Dec 1317, bur Saint-Laurent de Joinville).  His parentage is confirmed by a charter dated Dec 1255 in which “Symons de Jenvile sires de Jay” names “mes frères Jehans signour de Jenvile, senechaz de Campaigne et Joffroy de Jenvile signor de Vauquelour[325]Seigneur de Joinville

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5.         GEOFFROY de Joinville (-Trim 21 Oct 1314).  "Jean seigneur de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne", with the advice of "Béatrix, sa mère", confirmed donations of property to Boulancourt by "Simon son père, de Geoffroy son oncle" and promised support to the abbey if "Geoffroy, seigneur de Vaucouleurs, son frère" troubled their possession, by charter dated Jul 1241[326].  Seigneur de Vaucouleurs. 

-        SEIGNEURS de VAUCOULEURS

6.         SIMON de Joinville (-3 Jun 1276).  His parentage is confirmed by a charter dated Dec 1255 in which “Symons de Jenvile sires de Jay” names “Beatrix dame de Mernay ma mere et…son mari Symon signour de Jenville seneschaux de Champaigne mon pere[327].  “Jehans cuens de Bourgoingne et sires de Salins” confirmed the donation to the abbey of la Charité made by “Beatris ma suer dame de Marnay” and by “Simon son fil seignour de Jays” by charter dated Dec 1255[328].  Seigneur de Marnay.  Seigneur de Gex.  "Symon de Junvilla dominus de Jaz" reached agreement with the priory of Saint-Victor concerning the village of Viaison by charter dated Mar 1258 (N.S.), witnessed by "Leonete uxoris nostre"[329]"Ebalus de Gebenn. filius Umberti quondam comitis Gebenn." appointed "D. Petrum de Sabaudia…consanguineum meum" as his heir, against "Rodulfum de Gebenn. et fratres suos", by charter dated 12 May 1259, witnessed by "Symonis de Joinvilla Dni. de Jaz…"[330]The testament of "Agnetis dominæ Fuciniaci", dated 9 Aug 1268, made bequests to "dominæ Beatrici dominæ de Thoria et Villario sorori suæ et filiis suis…Simoni de Joinville dom. de Jaiz fratri suo"[331]m (Jan 1252) LEONETE de Gex, daughter of AMEDEE Seigneur de Gex [Genève] & his wife Beatrix de Bâgé (-16 Nov 1302).  The marriage between "Simon fils de feu Simon de Joinville" and "Léonète fille de feu Amédée seigneur de Gex" is noted in the charter dated Jan 1252, under which Simon also promises "Pierre de Savoie et Philippe évêque de Lyon" to pay the dowry of "chacune de ses belles-sœurs Marguerite et Isabelle, filles dudit Amédée"[332]"Symon de Junvilla dominus de Jaz" reached agreement with the priory of Saint-Victor concerning the village of Viaison by charter dated Mar 1258 (N.S.), witnessed by "Leonete uxoris nostre et domini Willelmi archidiaconi Salinensis fratris nostrum"[333]

-        SEIGNEURS de GEX, SEIGNEURS de MARNAY

7.         GUILLAUME de Joinville (-after 30 Jan 1260).  Archdeacon of Salins: "Symon de Junvilla dominus de Jaz" reached agreement with the priory of Saint-Victor concerning the village of Viaison by charter dated Mar 1258 (N.S.), witnessed by "Leonete uxoris nostre et domini Willelmi archidiaconi Salinensis fratris nostrum"[334]Rector of Arthinurchir, Ireland:  "Milo Oconowyr archdeacon of Clonmacnois and William de Geinville rector of the church of Arthinurchir" acknowledged a debt to "Adam de Basinges" dated [1259/60][335]Archdeacon de Besançon: "The Archdeacon of Besancon brother of G. de Genville" requested King Henry II’s licence to elect "Milo Archdeacon of Clonmacnois [Clonensis]" as bishop, dated 30 Jan 1260[336]  

8.         MARIE [Simonette] de Joinville (-Aug 1263, bur Tilchâtel Saint-Florent)"Jean sire de Til-Châtel et sa femme Marie dite Simonette" purchased property from Saint-Laurent de Joinville, with the consent "Jean de Joinville", by charter dated Dec 1246[337].  This same purchase by "le sire de Thil-Châtel son beau-frère et Marie sa sœur" was confirmed by "Jean seigneur de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne" by charter dated Jun 1247[338].  An epitaph at Tilchâtel Saint-Florent records the death “le jor de l’uictave de l’Assumption Nostre Dame d’Aost 1263” of “Marie de Jeinville qui fut famme Jehan signor de Trichastel[339]m (before Dec 1246) as his second wife, JEAN Seigneur de Tilchâtel, son of GUY [IV] Seigneur de Tilchâtel & his wife Guillemette [de Bourbonne] (-22 Jan 1275, bur Tlchâtel Saint-Florent). 

9.         HELOISE de Joinville (-after 21 Oct 1312, bur monastery of Montigny).  Jean de Faucogney granted property to Girard de Traves dit Buillet”, with the consent of “Héluyse de Joinville son épouse”, by charter dated Jan 1250 (O.S.)[340].  “Joannes comes Burgundiæ et dominus Salinensis” confirmed the donation to the abbey of la Charité made by “Johanne domino Falcogneii vice-comite Visulii et...Elvige uxore eius nepte nostra” by charter dated Jul 1257[341].  “Guillaume chevalier seigneur de Pusy” sold rights in “le château de Saint-Loup” to “Héluyse dame de Faucogney et à Haymonnin son fils” by charter dated 25 Mar 1261 (O.S.)[342].  “Eluys feme ca en arriers mon segnour Jahan segnour de Faucogni et viconte de Vesoul” retook “à Port sus Saune...demie la foire” from “Phelippe conte de Savoie et de Borgogne palazin et...Alys sa feme” by charter dated 30 Aug 1276[343]"Noble dame Eluix, vicontesse de Vesoul" acquired property at Montigny from "Jehans de Vyl, escuiers, et…Jaquate sa fame", by charter dated 1280[344].  Dame de Montigny.  "Heluis vicomtasse de Vesoul" founded the monastery of Montigny for the soul of "mon seignour Jehan, mon mari…sires de Facoigney", by charter dated Jan 1286[345]Othenin de Vennes écuyer et Renaude sa femme...” sold property “au Rupt de Chevis près Faucogney” to “Héloise de Joinville, femme [error for mère?] d’Aimé de Faucogney” by charter dated 1300[346]"Heyluix de Jeinville dame de Monteigney davant Vesoul" donated property to the abbaye de Hérival for the soul of "signour Jehan jai signour de Faucogneix mon mari", by charter dated 24 Apr 1301[347].  The testament of "domine Heluidis domine de Facoigneys" is dated 21 Oct 1312, and names "mon…fil Jehan signor de Faucogney"[348]m (before Jan 1251) JEAN [I] Seigneur de Faucogney Vicomte de Vesoul, son of AIMON de Rougemont Seigneur de Faucogney Vicomte de Vesoul & his wife Elisabeth --- (-[Jul 1261/25 Mar 1262]). 

 

 

JEAN de Joinville, son of SIMON Seigneur de Joinville & his second wife Beatrix d'Auxonne [Bourgogne-Comté] ([1224/25]-24 Dec 1317, bur Saint-Laurent de Joinville).  His birth date is estimated from his explaining his absence from the battle of Taillebourg in 1242 “car je n’avoie onques lors hauberc vestu” (indicating that he was not yet a knight)[349], bearing his mind his betrothal in 1230.  His parentage is confirmed by a charter dated Dec 1255 in which “Symons de Jenvile sires de Jay” names “mes frères Jehans signour de Jenvile, senechaz de Campaigne et Joffroy de Jenvile signor de Vauquelour[350]Seigneur de JoinvilleJehans sires de Joinville seneschaus de Champaigne” confirmed the donation of revenue “de Syrefontaine” made to Mureau by “signours Thomas chevalier de Braz...signour Perron son freire” and “Joffroi mon freire signour de Vaucolor” by charter dated Aug 1255[351]"Jean de Joinville", with the consent of "sa femme Alix et de ses fils Geoffroy et Jean", sold "la grange de Bailly..." to Ecurey abbey, by charter dated 19 Oct 1266[352].  Historian of Louis IX King of France.  The necrology of Joinville Saint-Laurent records the deaths 11 Jul of "dominus Johannes dominus de Joinvilla uxores eius et liberi ipsorum" and 24 Dec of "dominus Johannes dominus de Joinvilla et domina Aelidis eius uxor domina de Rinello" and their donations[353].  Considering the charter dated 15 Nov 1317 in which his son Anseau is described as seigneur de Reynel (see below), the second date is to be preferred.  The year of Jean’s death is set by Anseau’s charter dated Jun 1318 in which he is called seigneur de Joinville. 

m firstly (Betrothed 11 Aug 1230, [1245]) ALIX de Grandpré, daughter of HENRI [IV] Comte de Grandpré & his wife Marie de Garlande (-before 1261).  "Simon seigneur de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne" declared that Thibaut IV Comte de Champagne had letters relating to the proposed marriage between "Jean, fils de Simon et de Béatrix, fille d'Etienne comte d'Auxonne" and "Alix, fille de Marie comtesse de Grandpré", by charter dated 11 Aug 1230[354].  Given Jean de Joinville’s estimated date of birth, it is unlikely that this marriage took place before the mid-1340s. 

m secondly (before May 1262) ALIX de Reynel, daughter of GAUTHIER Seigneur de Reynel & his wife --- (-before 1288).  "Jean de Joinville", with the consent of "sa femme Alix de Reynel", confirmed donations made by "son beau-père Gautier de Reynel" to Benoîtevaux, by charter dated May 1262[355].  "Jean de Joinville", with the consent of "sa femme Alix et de ses fils Geoffroy et Jean", sold "la grange de Bailly..." to Ecurey abbey, by charter dated 19 Oct 1266[356].  Her date of death is established by the charter dated 1288 under which [her son] "Jean de Joinville s. de Reynel" reached agreement with “son père Jean s. de Joinville” concerning “la terre de Reynel qui lui était échu par la mort de sa mère[357]

Jean & his first wife had two children: 

1.         GEOFFROY de Joinville ([1245/47]-before 11 Dec 1290).  "Jean de Joinville", with the consent of "sa femme Alix et de ses fils Geoffroy et Jean", sold "la grange de Bailly..." to Ecurey abbey, by charter dated 19 Oct 1266[358].  Mabile de Lezinnes Dame de Nanteuil acknowledged having received property from “Erars de Lesines doyen d’Auxerre et de défunt Guillaume de Lesignes ses frères” on her marriage, ratified by “Joiffroiz de Joingville son mari”, by charter dated 1270[359].  Seigneur de Briquenay.  "Geoffroy de Joinville seigneur de Briquenay fils aîné de Jean de Joinville" made an agreement with Thibaut Comte de Bar concerning Apremont by charter dated Jan 1270 (O.S.?)[360].  “Jofroi de Joinville seigneur de Briquenay et Mabile dame de Nanteuil sa femme” requested Henri III Comte de Champagne to ratify an agreement under which they received “des biens à Lappiou et une rente due par le comte de Roucy” from “le seigneur de Commercy”, in return for property “à Lirey, Villetart et Assencières”, by charter dated Jun 1273[361].  A charter dated Apr 1274 records freedoms granted to Ampilly-le-Sec by “Goffroy de Joinville chevalier seigneur de Seantholiot...de...Mabile sa femme et...Gauchis fils de la dessus dite Mabile[362].  He is named as deceased in the charter dated 11 Dec 1290 quoted below.  "Jean de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne" declared having relinquished revenue “sur la maison de Sommermont”, which he had granted to the “seigneur de Briquenay lorsque celui-ci était parti pour la Pouille”, to “ses petit-fils Jean de Joinville s. de Venafro maréchal de Sicile et Guillaume tous deux fils de feu Geoffroy s. de Nanteuil et de Briquenay, ainsi qu’aux enfants d’un autre Geoffroy leur frère”, with the consent of “ses fils Jean de Joinville s. d’Ancerville, Anseau s. de Reynel chevaliers, André de Joinville s. de Bonney écuyer”, by charter dated 9 Jun 1304[363]m (contract May 1270) as her second husband, MABILE de Lezinnes, widow of ERARD [I] de Nanteuil Seigneur de Nanteuil-la-Fosse, daughter of GUILLAUME de Villehardouin Seigneur de Lezinnes & his wife Marguerite de Mello (-[1286/Dec 1290]).  Mabile de Lezinnes Dame de Nanteuil acknowledged having received property from “Erars de Lesines doyen d’Auxerre et de défunt Guillaume de Lesignes ses frères” on her marriage, ratified by “Joiffroiz de Joingville son mari”, by charter dated 1270[364].  “Jofroi de Joinville seigneur de Briquenay et Mabile dame de Nanteuil sa femme” requested Henri III Comte de Champagne to ratify an agreement under which they received “des biens à Lappiou et une rente due par le comte de Roucy” from “le seigneur de Commercy”, in return for property “à Lirey, Villetart et Assencières”, by charter dated Jun 1273[365].  A charter dated Apr 1274 records freedoms granted to Ampilly-le-Sec by “Goffroy de Joinville chevalier seigneur de Seantholiot...de...Mabile sa femme et...Gauchis fils de la dessus dite Mabile[366].  Geoffroy & his wife had children: 

a)         GEOFFROY [II] de Joinville (-Brindisi 1297).  Charles II King of Naples [Anjou-Capet] declared having paid "Geoffroy de Joinville et à ses frères, fils et héritiers de feu Geoffroy de Joinville" for the purchase of "la terre de S. Vinnemer près Lezinnes au comté de Tonnerre" made by his father King Charles I, on condition that they paid a debt of the late king owing to "Pierre Hose de la Forêt", by charter dated 11 Dec 1290[367].  Signore d’Alife [1291/92]"Jean de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne" declared having relinquished revenue “sur la maison de Sommermont”, which he had granted to the “seigneur de Briquenay lorsque celui-ci était parti pour la Pouille”, to “ses petit-fils Jean de Joinville s. de Venafro maréchal de Sicile et Guillaume tous deux fils de feu Geoffroy s. de Nanteuil et de Briquenay, ainsi qu’aux enfants d’un autre Geoffroy leur frère”, with the consent of “ses fils Jean de Joinville s. d’Ancerville, Anseau s. de Reynel chevaliers, André de Joinville s. de Bonney écuyer”, by charter dated 9 Jun 1304[368]m as her first husband, PHILIPPA de Beaumont, daughter of PIERRE Seigneur de Beaumont-en-Gâtinais Conte di Montescaglioso e Alba & his second wife Filippa di Ceccano ([1271/72]-after 1317).  The primary sources which confirm her parentage and two marriages have not been identified.  She married secondly Renaud [II] Comte de Dammartin

-        CONTI di SANT'ANGELO, SIGNORI di VENAFRO (in Naples)[369]

b)         JEAN de Joinville dit Trouillard (-after 12 Mar 1312).  Signore di Venafro 1288.  Marshall of Sicily 1303.  "Jean de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne" declared having relinquished revenue “sur la maison de Sommermont”, which he had granted to the “seigneur de Briquenay lorsque celui-ci était parti pour la Pouille”, to “ses petit-fils Jean de Joinville s. de Venafro maréchal de Sicile et Guillaume tous deux fils de feu Geoffroy s. de Nanteuil et de Briquenay, ainsi qu’aux enfants d’un autre Geoffroy leur frère”, with the consent of “ses fils Jean de Joinville s. d’Ancerville, Anseau s. de Reynel chevaliers, André de Joinville s. de Bonney écuyer”, by charter dated 9 Jun 1304[370].  "Jean Trouillard de Joinville maréchal de Sicile et Guillaume de Joinville chevalier son frère" divided their territories by charter dated 8 Sep 1307[371].  The testament of “Gautiers dux d’Atheinnes cuens de Brienne et de Liche”, dated 10 Mar 1311 (O.S.), appoints “ou royaume de Puille...messire Jehanz Truilarz nostres...coisins” as executor[372]

c)         GUILLAUME de Joinville (-before Dec 1314).  "Jean de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne" declared having relinquished revenue “sur la maison de Sommermont”, which he had granted to the “seigneur de Briquenay lorsque celui-ci était parti pour la Pouille”, to “ses petit-fils Jean de Joinville s. de Venafro maréchal de Sicile et Guillaume tous deux fils de feu Geoffroy s. de Nanteuil et de Briquenay, ainsi qu’aux enfants d’un autre Geoffroy leur frère”, with the consent of “ses fils Jean de Joinville s. d’Ancerville, Anseau s. de Reynel chevaliers, André de Joinville s. de Bonney écuyer”, by charter dated 9 Jun 1304[373].  Seigneur de Briquenay.  "Jean Trouillard de Joinville maréchal de Sicile et Guillaume de Joinville chevalier son frère" divided their territories by charter dated 8 Sep 1307[374].  "Guillaume de Joinville s. de Briquenay" was named as guarantor under a charter of Gaucher de Châtillon Comte de Porcien charter dated Sep 1312[375]m (before 1310) BEATRIX de Brienne Dame de Venisy et de Turny, daughter of ERARD de Brienne Seigneur de Ramerupt et de Venisy & his wife --- (-after 1314).  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not been identified.  Guillaume & his wife had one child: 

i)          ALIX de Joinville (-after 13 Feb [1356/57])Pope John XXII granted indulgence to "Iohanni nato Iohannis comitis de Saraponte militi" and “nobili mulieri Aelydi eius uxori Met. dioc.”, dated 16 Apr 1331[376]The primary source which confirms her parentage has not been identified.  However, it is indicated by her inheritance of Briquenay (from her supposed father) and Venisy (from her supposed mother).  Dame de Venisy, de Chailley et de Briquenay.  A charter dated 28 Apr 1348 records a dispute between "les Hospitaliers de Coulours" and “Alix de Joinville dame de Venizy et de Briquenay[377].  "Alix de Joinville dame de Venizy et de Briquenay" appointed “son fils Simon de Sarrebrück s. de Commercy” as her proxy to negotiate a settlement with “les Hospitaliers de Coulours” by charter dated 30 Dec 1348[378].  This document shows that her son Simon had already reached the age of majority, so must have been at least 18 years old.  If that is correct, the charter dated 16 Apr 1331 quoted above must refer to Johann’s wife Alix de Joinville.  Dumont records that, after the death of her oldest son Simon, his mother and his brothers founded the “Chapelle de la Vente” by charter dated 13 Feb 1356 (O.S.?) in accordance with his last wishes[379]m (before 16 Apr 1331) JOHANN von Saarbrücken Seigneur de Commercy, son of JOHANN [I] Graf von Saarbrücken [Commercy] & his first wife Mathilde d'Aspremont (-1344). 

2.         JEAN de Joinville (18 Apr 1248-after 9 Mar 1305).  "Jean de Joinville", with the consent of "sa femme Alix et de ses fils Geoffroy et Jean", sold "la grange de Bailly..." to Ecurey abbey, by charter dated 19 Oct 1266[380].  Seigneur d’Ancerville.  The contract of marriage between Jean d’Arcis and Alix de Joinville is dated 3 May 1300 and names "son père…ses deux frères Jean sire d’Ancerville et Ansel sire de Rimaucourt"[381].  "Jean de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne" declared having relinquished revenue “sur la maison de Sommermont”, which he had granted to the “seigneur de Briquenay lorsque celui-ci était parti pour la Pouille”, to “ses petit-fils Jean de Joinville s. de Venafro maréchal de Sicile et Guillaume tous deux fils de feu Geoffroy s. de Nanteuil et de Briquenay, ainsi qu’aux enfants d’un autre Geoffroy leur frère”, with the consent of “ses fils Jean de Joinville s. d’Ancerville, Anseau s. de Reynel chevaliers, André de Joinville s. de Bonney écuyer”, by charter dated 9 Jun 1304[382]m firstly (after Jul 1271) as her second husband, MARIE de Quiévrain, widow of RENAUD de Bar Seigneur de Pierrepont, daughter of NICOLAS Seigneur de Quiévrain & his wife --- (-Jun 1293).  Dame d'Ancerville.  "Jean de Joinville Seigneur d'Ancerville" donated property to Saint-Laurent de Joinville for the soul of "sa défunte femme Marie, dame de Quiévrain", by charter dated Jun 1293[383]m secondly ([1301]) as her first husband, MARGUERITE de Vaudémont, daughter of HENRI [II] Comte de Vaudémont & his wife Hélisende de Vergy (-before 1336).  "Jean de Joinville seigneur d’Ancerville" acknowledged receipt of money under his marriage contract with "Marguerite sœur de Henri comte de Vaudémont" by charter dated 9 Mar 1304 (O.S.?)[384].  She married secondly (before 1318) Erard [II] de Châtillon Seigneur de Nanteuil-la-Fosse

Jean & his second wife had six children: 

3.         MARGUERITE de Joinville (-before 24 Dec 1306).  "Jean s. de Joinville" donated property to Saint-Laurent for the anniversary of “feu sa fille Marguerite dame de Charny” by charter dated 24 Dec 1306[385].  "Jean s. de Joinville" approved the donation to Joinville Saint-Laurent made by “André de Joinville s. de Bonney” for the souls of “sa mère Alix de Reynel, de son frère Gautier s. de Beaupré et de sa sœur Marguerite dame de Charny” by charter dated 7 May 1309[386].  This document, linked to Alix de Reynel, suggests that Marguerite was born from her father’s second marriage.  m --- de Charny, son of ---. 

4.         JEAN de Joinville (-2 Mar 1301, bur église de Donjeux).  Seigneur de Reynel.  "Jean de Joinville s. de Reynel" reached agreement with “son père Jean s. de Joinville” concerning “la terre de Reynel qui lui était échu par la mort de sa mère” by charter dated 1288[387]"Jean s. de Joinville" exchanged property “à Manois pour le profit de ses enfants Jean baron de Reynel et Ansel s. de Rimacourt” by charter dated 1299[388].  The necrology of Saint-Laurent de Joinville records the death 2 Mar of Jean de Joinville Seigneur de Reynel[389].  The year of his death is set by the charter dated May 1301 in which his brother Anseau is named as Seigneur de Reynel (see below). 

5.         ANSEAU de Joinville (-3 Jan [1342/43], bur Saint-Laurent de Joinville).  The contract of marriage between Jean d’Arcis and Alix de Joinville is dated 3 May 1300 and names "son père…ses deux frères Jean sire d’Ancerville et Ansel sire de Rimaucourt"[390].  Seigneur de Rimaucourt.  "Jean s. de Joinville" exchanged property “à Manois pour le profit de ses enfants Jean baron de Reynel et Ansel s. de Rimacourt” by charter dated 1299[391].  The contract of marriage between Jean d’Arcis and Alix de Joinville is dated 3 May 1300 and names "son père…ses deux frères Jean sire d’Ancerville et Ansel sire de Rimaucourt"[392].  Seigneur de Reynel:  "André de Joinville écuyer s. de Bonney" acknowledged holding Bonney “en fief de son frère Anseau de Joinville s. de Reynel” by charter dated May 1301[393].  "Jean de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne" declared having relinquished revenue “sur la maison de Sommermont”, which he had granted to the “seigneur de Briquenay lorsque celui-ci était parti pour la Pouille”, to “ses petit-fils Jean de Joinville s. de Venafro maréchal de Sicile et Guillaume tous deux fils de feu Geoffroy s. de Nanteuil et de Briquenay, ainsi qu’aux enfants d’un autre Geoffroy leur frère”, with the consent of “ses fils Jean de Joinville s. d’Ancerville, Anseau s. de Reynel chevaliers, André de Joinville s. de Bonney écuyer”, by charter dated 9 Jun 1304[394].  A charter dated 11 Jun 1308 records that "Jean s. de Joinville" renounced rights “sur la garde de S. Urbain”, with the consent of “ses fils Anseau de Joinville s. de Reynel et André de Joinville s. de Beaupré[395].  A charter dated 15 Nov 1317 names "Anseau de Joinville s. de Reynel" as an arbitrator in the dispute between Philippe V King of France and Eudes Duke of Burgundy[396].  He succeeded his father as Seigneur de Joinville.  Philippe V King of France names "Anseau s. de Joinville", when changing his revenue, by charter dated Jun 1318[397].  The charter dated 10 Jan 1344 quoted below shows that Anseau was deceased.  m firstly (before 24 Jul 1302) LAURETTE von Saarbrücken, daughter of SIMON [III] de Commercy Graf von Saarbrücken & his second wife Mathilde --- (-before 1323).  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the charter dated 24 Jul 1302 under which “Ancel de Joinville chevalier seigneur de Reynel” named “monseigneur Jean de Commercy son serourge fils de...Simon comte de Sarrebruck” as guarantor to Ferry Duke of Lorraine[398].  "Anseau de Joinville et Laure de Sarrebrück sa femme" founded a chapel at Montiers-sur-Saulx which they donated to Ecurey abbey by charter dated 1315[399]m secondly (before 5 Jul 1323) MARGUERITE de Vaudémont, daughter of HENRI [III] Comte de Vaudémont & his wife Isabelle de Lorraine (-before 26 Dec 1334).  Edouard Comte de Bar declared himself prepared to repurchase "la terre de Bleurville", donated by “Henri comte de Vaudémont” to “sa fille Marguerite” on her marriage to “Anseau s. de Joinville”, by charter dated 5 Jul 1323[400].  "Anseau s. de Joinville et de Reynel sénéchal de Champagne" donated property which he and “sa défunte femme Marguerite de Vaudémont” had bought at Joinville to Saint-Laurent de Joinville, where he also founded an anniversary for her, by charter dated 26 Dec 1334[401].  Anseau & his first wife had one child: 

a)         JEANNE de Joinville (-after 20 Jan 1345).  "Jean de Hangest chevalier frère et héritier d’Aubert de Hangest" sold property to Philippe VI King of France, saving revenue for "Jeanne de Joinville veuve d’Aubert", by charter dated Nov 1338[402].  "Le duc de Normandie fils du roi de France" granted compensation to "Anseau de Joinville" for “la garde du fils de feu Aubert de Hangest seigneur de Genlis son gendre” by charter dated 1338[403].  The Parlement of Paris ordered "Henri de Joinville" to pay "à sa sœur Jeanne comtesse de Joigny veuve d’Aubert de Hangest" the sum due “au jour de la rédaction du contrat de mariage de Jeanne avec Aubert de Hangest seigneur de Genlis...daté du 20 novembre 1335” from the succession of “Anseau de Joinville” by charter dated 10 Jan 1344[404].  Dame de Rimaucourt.  m firstly (contract 20 Nov 1335) [as his second wife,] AUBERT [VII] de Hangest Seigneur de Genlis, son of AUBERT [VI] de Hangest Seigneur de Genlis & his first wife --- (-29 Sep 1338, bur Genlis).  m secondly (before 1344) JEAN de Noyers Comte de Joigny, son of MILON [X] Seigneur de Noyers & his third wife Jeanne de Montbéliard Dame de Foissy (1323-killed in battle Brignais 10 May 1361, bur Joigny). 

Anseau & his second wife had two children: 

b)         HENRI de Joinville ([1327]-[6 Jun/4 Jul] 1365)Seigneur de Joinville.  The Parlement of Paris ordered "Henri de Joinville" to pay "à sa sœur Jeanne comtesse de Joigny veuve d’Aubert de Hangest" the sum due “au jour de la rédaction du contrat de mariage de Jeanne avec Aubert de Hangest seigneur de Genlis...daté du 20 novembre 1335” from the succession of “Anseau de Joinville” by charter dated 10 Jan 1344[405].  Sénéchal de Champagne.  Comte de Vaudémont: "Henri comte de Vaudémont" and “Henri s. de Joinville et de Reynel sénéchal de Champagne” agreed the conditions for the transfer of “[le] comté de Vaudémont” to the latter by charter dated 30 Aug 1347[406].  Philippe Duke of Burgundy gave a mandate for payment in favour of "s. de Pailly gruyer de Champagne de Brie", sent “au comte de Vaudémont...”, by charter dated 6 Jun 1365[407].  Charles V King of France referred to "feu comte de Vaudémont" in a document dated 4 Jul 1365[408]m (Betrothed Aug 1344, contact 19 May 1353) MARIE de Luxembourg, daughter of JEAN de Luxembourg Seigneur de Ligny & his first wife Alix de Flandre ([1331/35]-[8 Dec 1376/3 Jul 1381]).  "Iehan de Lucembourc chastellain de Lille et sires de Roussy...et feu Aalips de Flandres" confirmed obligations under the contract for the marriage of “nostre ainsnée fille la dame de Joinville comtesse de Vaudemont” by charter dated Mar 1348[409].  "Jean de Luxembourg châtelain de Lille et Henri s. de Joinville comte de Vaudémont" agreed the payment of the promised dowry under the marriage contract agreed between Henri and “Marie de Luxembourg fille dudit châtelain” by charter dated 19 May 1353[410].  "Waleran de Luxembourg s. de Ligny et Jean de Luxembourg son fils" agreed with “Henri s. de Joinville comte de Vaudémont” the payment of the dowry of “Marie de Luxembourg...conformément aux termes du traité de mariage conclu en août 1344” which should have been paid three years earlier, by charter dated 25 May 1353[411].  "Jean comte de Salm" sold “les terres de Mussy, Mathons et Morancourt” to “Marie de Luxembourg comtesse de Vaudémont” by charter dated 28 Dec 1376[412].  She died before 3 Jun 1380, the date of the charter of her daughters in which she is named as deceased (see below).  Mistress (1): ---.  The name of Henri's mistress is not known.  Henri & his wife had four children: 

i)          ANSEAU de Joinville (-young).  Père Anselme names “Henry et Ancel de Joinville, morts jeunes“ as the sons of Henri de Joinville Comte de Vaudémont and his wife, without mentioning the primary source on which he bases this information[413].  If it is correct, and in light of the probable birth date of their sister Marguerite, it is likely that one of these sons was their parents’ oldest child. 

ii)         MARGUERITE de Joinville ([1356]-28 Apr 1417, bur Joinville).  Considering the date of her first marriage, it is unlikely that Marguerite was born later than [1356], although it should also be borne in mind that she had children by her third husband whom she married in 1393.  Dame de Joinville.  Ctss de Vaudémont.  Her first marriage is dated from a charter dated “le lundi devant Pasques flories” [5 Apr] 1367 (O.S./N.S.?) under which “Jehan de Bourgoingne monsigneur signeur de Montaguy et de Joinville...conte de Wadémont” excused “les hommes de la terre de Ruels, appartenant aux religieux de l’hôpital saint Jehan de Jhérusalem” the obligation to guard Joinville castle[414].  A charter dated 5 Jul 1381 records that "Pierre comte de Genève et Marguerite de Joinville comtesse de Vaudémont sa femme" and “Thiébaut de Neufchâtel et d’Alix de Joinville sa femme” agreed 3 Jun 1380 the division “des meubles de feu Marie de Luxembourg mère desdites Marguerite et Alix[415].  The testament of "Marguerite comtesse de Genève et de Vaudémont dame de Joinville", dated 25 Jun 1387, appointed “sa sœur Alix dame de Neufchâtel” as her heir and bequeathed “la moitié des terres de Morancourt, Mussy et Mathons, partageables avec Alix” to “Jean bâtard de Vaudémont son frère[416].  A charter dated 24 Jun 1392 records that "le pape Clément VII...come comte de Genève" referred the dispute with “Marguerite de Joinville veuve de Joinville”, concerning her dower, to arbitration[417].  “Ferry de Lorraine Cte de Vaudemont, Sgr de Joinville, Hue d’Amboise Sgr de Chaumont-sur-Loire et Jac. de Hens Sgr de Ténorgues”, all having rights “à la succession de feu Mre Jn de Joinville Sgr de Doulevant à cause de leurs femmes”, reached agreement concerning land which “feu Henry Cte de Vaudemont sire de Joinville” had assigned to “feu Jn de Joinville” by charter dated 17 May 1394[418].  "Ferry de Lorraine et Marguerite de Joinville comte et comtesse de Vaudémont, Antoine de Lorraine leur fils aîné, Jean bâtard de Vaudémont" adhered to “l’institution de la confrérie de N. D. de Sion” by charter dated 26 Dec 1396[419].  "Marguerite de Joinville comtesse de Vaudémont" transferred rights “à Arnancourt” to “sa cousine Marguerite de Joinville dame de Chaumont-sur-Loire” by charter dated 2 Jul 1416[420]m firstly (before 5 Apr 1367) as his second wife, JEAN de Bourgogne Seigneur de Montaigu, son of HENRI de Bourgogne [Capet] Seigneur de Montaigu & his second wife Isabelle de Thoire (-6 Dec 1373).  m secondly (contract 2 May 1374) PIERRE Comte de Genève, son of AMEDEE III Comte de Genève & his wife Mathilde de Boulogne [Auvergne] (-Avignon [24 Mar/24 Jun] 1392).  m thirdly ([4 Jun/19 Jul] 1393) FERRY de Lorraine Seigneur de Rumigny, son of JEAN I Duke of Lorraine & his wife Sophie von Württemberg ([1370]-killed in battle Agincourt 25 Oct 1415, bur Joinville)

iii)        HENRI de Joinville (-young).  Père Anselme names “Henry et Ancel de Joinville, morts jeunes“ as the sons of Henri de Joinville Comte de Vaudémont and his wife, without mentioning the primary source on which he bases this information[421].  If it is correct, and in light of the probable marriage date of their sister Alix which suggests that she was several younger than their sister Marguerite, it is likely that one of these sons was their parents’ third child. 

iv)       ALIX de Joinville .  A charter dated 5 Jul 1381 records that "Pierre comte de Genève et Marguerite de Joinville comtesse de Vaudémont sa femme" and “Thiébaut de Neufchâtel et d’Alix de Joinville sa femme” agreed 3 Jun 1380 the division “des meubles de feu Marie de Luxembourg mère desdites Marguerite et Alix[422].  The testament of "Marguerite comtesse de Genève et de Vaudémont dame de Joinville", dated 25 Jun 1387, appointed “sa sœur Alix dame de Neufchâtel” as her heir and bequeathed “la moitié des terres de Morancourt, Mussy et Mathons, partageables avec Alix” to “Jean bâtard de Vaudémont son frère[423]m ([1373]) THIBAUT [IX] Seigneur de Neufchâtel, son of THIBAUT [VIII] Seigneur de Neuchâtel [en Bourgogne] & his wife Marguerite de Montaigu (-1396). 

Henri had one illegitimate child by Mistress (1): 

v)         JEAN bâtard de Vaudémont (-after 26 Dec 1396).  The testament of "Marguerite comtesse de Genève et de Vaudémont dame de Joinville", dated 25 Jun 1387, appointed “sa sœur Alix dame de Neufchâtel” as her heir and bequeathed “la moitié des terres de Morancourt, Mussy et Mathons, partageables avec Alix” to “Jean bâtard de Vaudémont son frère[424].  "Ferry de Lorraine et Marguerite de Joinville comte et comtesse de Vaudémont, Antoine de Lorraine leur fils aîné, Jean bâtard de Vaudémont" adhered to “l’institution de la confrérie de N. D. de Sion” by charter dated 26 Dec 1396[425]

c)         ISABELLE de Joinville (-before [1355]).  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the charter dated 5 Jun 1348 under which “Henrici domini de Ioinvilla militis” claimed “partagii bonorum...defuncti Anselmi domini de Ioinville dictorum militis et Ysabellis patris” from “Ioannem de Vergeio armigerum et Ysabellim de Ioinvilla eius uxorem dictique militis sororem[426]m (before 5 Jun 1348) as his first wife, JEAN de Vergy, son of GUILLAUME de Vergy Seigneur de Mirebeau & his first wife Isabelle de Choiseul (-[1370]).  Seigneur de Mirebeau after 1360. 

6.         GAUTHIER de Joinville (-before 11 Jun 1308).  Seigneur de Beaupré.  "Jean s. de Joinville" approved the donation to Joinville Saint-Laurent made by “André de Joinville s. de Bonney” for the souls of “sa mère Alix de Reynel, de son frère Gautier s. de Beaupré et de sa sœur Marguerite dame de Charny” by charter dated 7 May 1309[427].  The date of his death is established by the charter dated 11 Jun 1308 which names his brother André as Seigneur de Beaupré (see below). 

7.         ANDRE de Joinville .  Seigneur de Bonney.  "André de Joinville écuyer s. de Bonney" acknowledged holding Bonney “en fief de son frère Anseau de Joinville s. de Reynel” by charter dated May 1301[428].  "Jean de Joinville sénéchal de Champagne" declared having relinquished revenue “sur la maison de Sommermont”, which he had granted to the “seigneur de Briquenay lorsque celui-ci était parti pour la Pouille”, to “ses petit-fils Jean de Joinville s. de Venafro maréchal de Sicile et Guillaume tous deux fils de feu Geoffroy s. de Nanteuil et de Briquenay, ainsi qu’aux enfants d’un autre Geoffroy leur frère”, with the consent of “ses fils Jean de Joinville s. d’Ancerville, Anseau s. de Reynel chevaliers, André de Joinville s. de Bonney écuyer”, by charter dated 9 Jun 1304[429].  Seigneur de Beaupré.  A charter dated 11 Jun 1308 records that "Jean s. de Joinville" renounced rights “sur la garde de S. Urbain”, with the consent of “ses fils Anseau de Joinville s. de Reynel et André de Joinville s. de Beaupré[430].  m ISABEAU de Bonney Dame de Bonney, daughter of ---. 

-        SEIGNEURS de BEAUPRE, SEIGNEURS de BONNEY[431]

8.         ALIX de Joinville (-after 19 Apr 1336).  The contract of marriage between Jean d’Arcis and Alix de Joinville is dated 3 May 1300 and names "son père…ses deux frères Jean sire d’Ancerville et Ansel sire de Rimaucourt"[432].  "Jean seigneur de Joinville" confirm the marriage of "sa fille Alix" and "Jean d'Arcis et de Chacenay", with the consent of "ses fils Jean seigneur d'Ancerville et Anseau seigneur de Rimaucourt", giving "ses neveux Gautier de Vaucouleurs et Gui de Sailly" as guarantors for the dowry, by charter dated 14 Sep 1300[433].  "Jehans de Lancastre sires de Biaufort et Aalis de Joinville...sa...espouse" donated “une nostre maison...Plain Chasnoy” to Chapelle-aux-Planches by charter dated Jul 1312[434].  An Arrêt of the Parlement de Paris dated 2 Jun 1323 ordered the seizure of the property of "Alix de Joinville dame de Beaufort"[435].  "Aaliz de Jainville dame de Biaufort et d'Arsis" donated property to the abbey of la Chapelle-aux-Planches by charter dated 19 Apr 1336[436]m firstly (3 May 1300) [as his second wife,] JEAN Seigneur d'Arcis-sur-Aube et de Chacenay, son of JEAN Seigneur d’Arcis-sur-Aube & his wife Isabelle de Noyers (-1307).  m secondly (before 1312) JOHN of Lancaster Seigneur de Beaufort [en Champagne] et de Nogent-Lartauld, son of EDMUND "Crouchback" Earl of Lancaster and Leicester & his second wife Blanche d'Artois [Capet] (before May 1286-in France before 1327). 

 

 

 

B.      SEIGNEURS de VAUCOULEURS, MERY-sur-SEINE, & DOULEVANT

 

 

This section illustrates the difficulty of maintaining a strict geographical split of families in the later medieval period when various seigneuries in different locations were inherited or purchased by the same families.  Vaucouleurs is located in the present-day French département of Meuse, arrondissement Commercy, canton Vaucouleurs and so should be grouped with other nobility in the duchy of Lorraine.  Méry-sur-Seine lies about 20 kilometres west of Arcis-sur-Aube in the département of Aube, arrondissement Nogent-sur-Seine, canton Méry-sur-Seine, a location within the county of Bar-sur-Seine in medieval times and about 150 kilometres west of Vaucouleurs.  Doulevant, now called Doulevant-le-Château, is about 15 kilometres west of Joinville and 25 kilometres east of Brienne, in the département of Marne, arrondissement Saint-Dizier, canton Doulevant-le-Château.  In addition, one branch of this Joinville family lived in England.  To avoid problems associated with this diversity of locations, the following Joinville branch is shown immediately after the main Joinville family. 

 

 

GEOFFROY de Joinville, son of SIMON Seigneur de Joinville & his second wife Beatrix d'Auxonne [Bourgogne-Comté] (-Trim 21 Oct 1314).  "Jean seigneur de Joinville, sénéchal de Champagne", with the advice of "Béatrix, sa mère", confirmed donations of property to Boulancourt by "Simon son père, de Geoffroy son oncle" and promised support to the abbey if "Geoffroy, seigneur de Vaucouleurs, son frère" troubled their possession, by charter dated Jul 1241[437]Seigneur de Vaucouleurs.  His parentage is confirmed by a charter dated Dec 1255 in which “Symons de Jenvile sires de Jay” names “mes frères Jehans signour de Jenvile, senechaz de Campaigne et Joffroy de Jenvile signor de Vauquelour[438]Jehans sires de Joinville seneschaus de Champaigne” confirmed the donation of revenue “de Syrefontaine” made to Mureau by “signours Thomas chevalier de Braz...signour Perron son freire” and “Joffroi mon freire signour de Vaucolor” by charter dated Aug 1255[439]Gaufridus de Genvyle dominus de Vaucolour miles et Matildis de Lacy filia Gileberti Lacy uxor eius” donated property to Dore Abbey by undated charter, witnessed by “Johanne de Vaucolour milite…[440].  An order dated 16 Jan 1283 records "recognizance by Geofferey de Geneville, Matilda his wife and Peter their eldest son" to "William de Valence" for the commission of lands of “Maurice FitzGerald in Ireland, deceased” and for the marriage of “Gerald son and heir of the said Maurice, under age, and in custody of the said William[441].  "Geoffroy seigner de Vaucouleurs" divided his territories with “Gautier son fils aîné”, with the consent of “Mahaut sa femme et de ses autres enfants...Simon, Nicolas, Pierre, Guillaume et Jeanne comtesse de Salmes”, by charter dated 1294[442]

m (1252 before 12 Aug) as her second husband, MATILDA de Lacy, widow of PIERRE de Genève, daughter of GILBERT de Lacy of Ewyas Lacy, Herefordshire & his wife Isabel --- (1230 or before-Apr 1303).  Matthew Paris names "Matildam elegantem filiam Walteri de Lasey in Hybernia" as wife of "Petrus de Geneure natione Provincialis…" when recording her husband's death iin 1249[443].  A manuscript which narrates the descents of the founders of Lanthony Abbey names “Matildis” as second daughter and heiress of “Gilbertus de Lacy”, son of “Walterus de Lacy”, adding that she married “Galfridi de Geneville”, and also lists their descendants[444].  The Chronicle of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire names "Margeria et Matilda" as the daughters and co-heiresses of "Gilberto de Lacy" and his wife, adding that Matilda married "Gaufrido de Genyvile"[445]Henry III King of England granted "Geoffroy de Joinville et Mahaut de Lacy sa femme" rights in the land of Meath held by "Gautier de Lacy, grand-père de Mahaut" by charter dated 8 Aug 1252[446].  “Gaufridus de Genvyle dominus de Vaucolour miles et Matildis de Lacy filia Gileberti Lacy uxor eius” donated property to Dore Abbey by undated charter, witnessed by “Johanne de Vaucolour milite…[447].  An order dated 16 Jan 1283 records "recognizance by Geofferey de Geneville, Matilda his wife and Peter their eldest son" to "William de Valence" for the commission of lands of “Maurice FitzGerald in Ireland, deceased” and for the marriage of “Gerald son and heir of the said Maurice, under age, and in custody of the said William[448].  "Geoffroy seigner de Vaucouleurs" divided his territories with “Gautier son fils aîné”, with the consent of “Mahaut sa femme et de ses autres enfants...Simon, Nicolas, Pierre, Guillaume et Jeanne comtesse de Salmes”, by charter dated 1294[449]

Geoffroy & his wife had [eleven] children: 

1.         GEOFFROY de Joinville (-before 16 Jan 1283).  The Chronicle of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire names "Gaufrido Genyvile" as the son and heir of "Gaufrido de Genyvyle" and his wife "Matilda Lacy"[450].  If this is correct and Geoffroy existed, he must have died before 16 Jan 1283, the date of the charter quoted below in which his brother Pierre is named as his parents’ oldest son. 

2.         PIERRE de Joinville (-before 8 Jun 1292).  The Chronicle of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire names "Petro de Genyvile" as brother of "Gaufrido Genyvile", son and heir of "Gaufrido de Genyvyle" and his wife "Matilda Lacy"[451].  An order dated 16 Jan 1283 records "recognizance by Geofferey de Geneville, Matilda his wife and Peter their eldest son" to "William de Valence" for the commission of lands of “Maurice FitzGerald in Ireland, deceased” and for the marriage of “Gerald son and heir of the said Maurice, under age, and in custody of the said William[452].  Of Ludlow Shropshire and Walterstone co Hereford.  Lord of Stanton Lacy.  m (after 1280) as her second husband, JEANNE de Lusignan, widow of BERNARD AIZ [IV] Seigneur d'Albret, daughter of HUGUES [XIII] Comte de la Marche et d'Angoulême, Seigneur de Lusignan & his wife Jeanne de Fougères (-before 18 Apr 1323, bur Abbaye de Valence).  The Chronicle of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire records that "Petro de Genyvile" married "Johannam filiam --- comitis Marchiæ"[453].  The primary source which confirms her first marriage has not yet been identified.   She and her sister Isabelle, as joint heiresses of the county of la Marche, agreed in May 1309 to transfer the county to Philippe IV "le Bel" King of France, when it was united with the royal domains.  Philippe IV King of France granted "castra…de Choec et de Payrac" to "Johanne de Marchia, sorori germane Guidonis quondam comitis Marchie et Engolisme", by charter dated Aug 1310, which names "Guidonis de Marchia, patrui ipsius Johanne"[454].  The Chronicle of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire records that "Petro de Genyvile" married "Johannam filiam --- comitis Marchiæ"[455].  Pierre & his wife had three children: 

a)         JOAN de Genevile (2 Feb 1286-19 Oct 1356).  The Chronicle of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire names "Joannam, Matildam et Beatricem" as the children of "Petro de Genyvile" and his wife, adding that Jeanne married "Rogero de Mortuomari primo comiti Marchiæ"[456].  A manuscript narrating the foundation of Wigmore Abbey records that “Rogerum primum comitem” married “dominæ Johannæ filiæ domini Petri de Genyville, filii domini Galfridi de Genyville, domini de Trym[457].  A manuscript which narrates the descents of the founders of Lanthony Abbey names “Johannæ, Matildi et Beatrici” as the children of “Petro Genevyle”, adding that “Johanna” married “domino Rogero de Mortuomari[458]m (before 6 Oct 1306) ROGER [V] de Mortimer Lord Mortimer, son of EDMUND [I] de Mortimer Lord Mortimer & his wife Margaret de Fiennes (25 Apr or 3 May 1287-executed Tyburn, London 29 Nov 1330, bur Shrewsbury, Church of the Grey Friars).  He was created Earl of March in 1328. 

b)         MATILDA de Genevile .  The Chronicle of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire names "Joannam, Matildam et Beatricem" as the children of "Petro de Genyvile" and his wife, adding that the two younger daughters became nuns "apud Acornbury"[459].  A manuscript which narrates the descents of the founders of Lanthony Abbey names “Johannæ, Matildi et Beatrici” as the children of “Petro Genevyle[460]

c)         BEATRIX de Genevile .  The Chronicle of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire names "Joannam, Matildam et Beatricem" as the children of "Petro de Genyvile" and his wife, adding that the two younger daughters became nuns "apud Acornbury"[461].  A manuscript which narrates the descents of the founders of Lanthony Abbey names “Johannæ, Matildi et Beatrici” as the children of “Petro Genevyle[462]

3.         GAUTHIER de Joinville ([1255/65]-killed in battle la Bassée, near Wendin, Flanders [late 1303]).  "Geoffroy seigner de Vaucouleurs" divided his territories with “Gautier son fils aîné”, with the consent of “Mahaut sa femme et de ses autres enfants...Simon, Nicolas, Pierre, Guillaume et Jeanne comtesse de Salmes”, by charter dated 1294[463]Seigneur de Vaucouleurs.  “Gautiers de Joinville sires de Vauquelour et...Isabiaus de Cereix dame de Vauquelour sa feme” confirmed the grant of freedoms to Vaucouleurs made by “nostre...père...signour Joffroy de Joinville premier signour de Vauquelour” by charter dated Sep 1298[464].  An anonymous chronicle of Flanders records that “sire Liebaut de Baufremont, sire Hubert de Beaujeu et le sire de Vaucoulour” left Tournay to attack “l’église de le Bassée”, and that the “seigneur de Vaucouleur et de Wendin” was killed, dated to [late 1303] from the context[465]m ISABELLE de Cirey, daughter of --- (-after 26 Aug 1326).  “Gautiers de Joinville sires de Vauquelour et...Isabiaus de Cereix dame de Vauquelour sa feme” confirmed the grant of freedoms to Vaucouleurs made by “nostre...père...signour Joffroy de Joinville premier signour de Vauquelour” by charter dated Sep 1298[466].  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not been identified.  "Héluis, femme de Gérard de Prégny" acknowledged that she was “femme de corps d’Isabeau de Cirey dame de Vaucouleurs et d’Aulnay-le-Châtel” by charter dated 26 Aug 1326[467].  Gauthier & his wife had [three] children: 

a)         JEAN de Joinville ([1280/95]-after 15 Nov 1337)Seigneur de Vaucouleurs.  "Jean de Joinville s. de Vaucouleurs" acknowledged holding land “sur les salines de Rozières et...à Longon et à Bure” from “[le] duc de Lorraine” by charter dated 27 Jul 1313[468].  “Jean de Joinville escuyer seigneur de Vaucouleurs et Marguerite de Plancy sa femme” confirmed freedoms granted to Vaucouleurs by “nostre...père Gautier de Joinville seigneur de Vaucouleurs et ma...mère Ysabeau de Cereix sa femme” by charter dated 2 Sep 1331[469].  Seigneur de Méry-sur-Seine, de Lachy et du Parc du Bois: Philippe VI King of France granted rights “à Lachi, en nostre ville de Mairy et en nostre bois du Parc” to “Jehan de Joinville seigneur de Vaucouleur” in exchange for “le chastel, la chastellenie et toute la terre de Vaucouleur” by charter dated 15 Aug 1335[470].  "Jeanne de Grancey dame de Boulancourt" declared holding “Broussey” from “Jean de Joinville s. de Vaucouleurs” in the same way as her deceased husband by charter dated 15 Nov 1337[471]m MARGUERITE de Plancy, daughter of --- (-after 2 Sep 1331).  “Jean de Joinville escuyer seigneur de Vaucouleurs et Marguerite de Plancy sa femme” confirmed freedoms granted to Vaucouleurs by “nostre...père Gautier de Joinville seigneur de Vaucouleurs et ma...mère Ysabeau de Cereix sa femme” by charter dated 2 Sep 1331[472].  Marguerite is named as the mother of Lore de Joinville in the charter dated 23 Apr 1380 quoted below.  Jean & his wife had two children: 

i)          AME de Joinville ([1305/30]-after 23 Apr 1380).  His parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 23 Apr 1380 quoted below, although this document does not confirm specifically that his mother was Marguerite de Plancy.  Seigneur de Lachy.  Seigneur de Méry-sur-Seine et d’Aulnay-le-Châtel, co-seigneur de Pouan: a charter dated 1 Aug 1367 records an agreement between “Henri de Poitiers évêque de Poitiers, Amé de Joinville seigneur de Méry-sur-Seine et d’Aunay-le-Châtel, co-seigneurs de Pouan” and “Jeanne de Sully dame de Plancy et de Viâpres” fixing the limits of the seigneurie of Pouan and Viâpres[473]"Amé de Joinville s. de Méry-sur-Seine", in his name and in the names of “Jean de Joinville chevalier et Jean de Joinville écuyer ses cousins germains”, sold rights “du buisson de Hautefeuille, dans la châtellenie de Crécy-en-Brie” to the king by charter dated 30 Aug 1364[474].  "Jean Goujon, demeurant à Méry" declared having sold revenue to “Amé de Joinville chevalier s. de Méry et d’Aulnay-le-Châtel” by charter dated 18 May 1376[475].  "Renaut d’Ay chevalier et Jeanne sa femme" issued a charter dated 30 Apr 1379 in respect of their sale of property at “Villeneuve-lès-Vertus” to “Amé de Joinville chevalier s. de Méry et d’Aulnay-le-Châtel[476].  “Monsieur Ayme de Janville chevallier seigneur de Annoy-le-Chastel” sold “les ville et chatellenye de Méry-sur-Seine” to the king, inherited from “Messire Jehan de Janville père du dit messire Ayme”, reserving rights granted by “le dit feu messire Jehan et feue Madame Marguerite de Plancy sa femme” to “feue madame Lore leur fille, sœur dudit vendeur”, by charter dated 23 Apr 1380[477]m ---.  The name of Amé’s wife is not known.  Amé & his wife had [five] children (some secondary sources suggest that “Simone de Méry/Merrey”, wife of Charles de Poitiers Seigneur de Saint-Vallier, was related to the Joinville seigneurs de Méry-sur-Seine but, as pointed out in the document PROVENCE, there are indications that Simone was descended from Gauthier Seigneur de Merry {département Haute-Marne, arrondissement Chaumont, canton Poissons} and his wife Hélisende d’Arcis-sur-Aube): 

(a)       JEAN de Joinville (-before Dec 1379).  Seigneur de Lachy.  Père Anselme names “Jean de Joinville seigneur de Lachy“ as son of Amé de Joinville[478].  Delaborde comments that he was "mort sans doute avant son père[479].  No indication has been found of the primary source in which he is named.  He must have died before his brother-in-law was recorded as holding Lachy some time in 1379 (see below). 

(b)       MARGUERITE de Joinville (-after 2 Jul 1416).  Père Anselme records that “Marguerite de Joinville dame de Méry“ swore to the king that she had inherited one third of Lachy after the death of her father Amé by charter dated 1378 (presumably misdated as her father is named in the charter dated 30 Apr 1379 quoted above)[480].  Her first marriage is confirmed by the record of “Eudes chevalier Seigneur de Culans” holding “la terre située au parc de Lachy” from the king in 1379[481].  Her two marriages are confirmed by a charter dated 9 Sep 1383 recording an agreement between "Hugues d’Amboise s. de Chaumont et de S. Vrain chevalier, chambellan du roi et Marguerite de Joinville sa femme veuve d’Eudes s. de Culan...ayant la garde d’Annor dame de Culant fille de Marguerite et d’Eudes" and “Guichard de Culan chevaler” concerning the inheritance of “feu Gilbert dernier seigneur de Culan, frère de ladite Annor[482].  "Marguerite de Joinville comtesse de Vaudémont" transferred rights “à Arnancourt” to “sa cousine Marguerite de Joinville dame de Chaumont-sur-Loire” by charter dated 2 Jul 1416[483].  The dating of this document indicates that Marguerite must have been divorced from her second husband, who is recorded in 1394 with another wife Isabelle who was co-heiress of Jean de Joinville Seigneur de Doulevant (see below), but continued to be called “dame de Chaumont-sur-Loire”.  No record has been found of the death of Marguerite.  m firstly (before 1379) as his second wife, EUDES Seigneur de Culant, son of JEAN [II] Seigneur de Culant & his wife Agnes de Sancerre (-1380)m secondly ([9 Sep/12 Dec] 1383, divorced before 17 May 1394) as his second wife, HUGUES [II] d'Amboise Seigneur de Chaumont-sur-Loire et de Saint-Verain, son of JEAN d’Amboise Seigneur de Chaumont-sur-Loire et de Saint-Vérain & his wife Jeanne de Beaumont (-[1 Jul 1404/21 May 1406], bur Roches). 

(c)       [two daughters .  If Père Anselme is correct as noted above in stating that their supposed sister Marguerite inherited one third of Lachy, it is likely that the other two thirds of the property was held by two other co-heiresses, presumably Marguerite’s sisters.  If that is correct, no indication has been found of their identities.] 

ii)         LORE de Joinville (-before 23 Apr 1380).  Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 23 Apr 1380 quoted below.  Europäische Stammtafeln names “Lore de Joinville dame de Méry-sur-Seine [en partie]” as mother of “Marie d’Arcelles dame de Méry-sur-Seine [en partie]” who married firstly Jean [III] Seigneur de Commercy and secondly Charles de Châtillon[484].  No indication has been found of the primary source on which this information is based.  Her part ownership of Méry-sur-Seine is traced to the following document: “Monsieur Ayme de Janville chevallier seigneur de Annoy-le-Chastel” sold “les ville et chatellenye de Méry-sur-Seine” to the king, inherited from “Messire Jehan de Janville père du dit messire Ayme”, reserving rights granted by “le dit feu messire Jehan et feue Madame Marguerite de Plancy sa femme” to “feue madame Lore leur fille, sœur dudit vendeur”, by charter dated 23 Apr 1380[485]m --- d’Arcelles, son of ---.  Lore & her husband had one child: 

(a)       MARIE d’Arcelles (-after 1387).  Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 23 Apr 1380 quoted below.  Europäische Stammtafeln names “Lore de Joinville dame de Méry-sur-Seine [en partie]” as mother of “Marie d’Arcelles dame de Méry-sur-Seine [en partie]” who married firstly Jean [III] Seigneur de Commercy and secondly Charles de Châtillon[486].  No indication has been found of the primary source on which this information is based.  Dame d’Etrelles.  m firstly (27 Mar 1358) JEAN [III] Seigneur de Commercy et de Venisy, son of JEAN [II] Seigneur de Commercy [Saarbrücken] & his wife Alix de Joinville (-after 28 Apr 1384).  m secondly as his second wife, CHARLES de Châtillon Seigneur de Châtillon, son of JEAN de Châtillon Seigneur de la Ferté & his second wife Isabelle de Montmorency (-1401). 

b)         ERARD de Joinville (-before Aug 1359).  "Anseau s. de Joinville et de Reynel sénéchal de Champagne" gave property “à Maconcourt” to “son cousin Erard de Vaucouleurs” who sold it to Saint-Urbain, by charter dated 14 Sep 1322[487].  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified, but this charter, read together with the charter dated 2 Sep 1331 (quoted above) which names his presumed older brother Jean as Seigneur de Vaucouleurs, as well as the chronology of the family, suggests that Erard was Jean’s younger brother.  Seigneur de Doulevant.  "Erard de Joinville s. de Doulevant bailli de Vitry" sealed a charter dated 30 Dec 1344 which records an agreement between “la veuve de Nicolas de Salm” and Boulancourt abbey regarding “la Neuve-Grange[488].  The charter dated 30 Aug 1364 which names his supposed son and grandson as “cousins germains” of Amé de Joinville Seigneur de Méry-sur-Seine, quoted below, suggests that Erard de Joinville Seigneur de Doulevant was the same person as Erard brother of Jean de Joinville Seigneur de Vaucouleurs.  On the other hand, the charter dated 6 Aug 1346 quoted below, which names the “neveu” of Erard de Joinville bailly de Vitry, introduces some doubt as the chronology does not appear to support Erard de Joinville-Vaucouleurs having a brother who had a grandson of military age at that date.  That assumes that “neveu” in the document in question can be interpreted in its strict sense of nephew, which is not necessarily inevitable. 

-        SEIGNEURS de DOULEVANT

c)         [--- de Joinville .  Provided that “neveu” in the document quoted below can be interpreted in its strict sense of nephew, the father of Anseau de Joinville was the brother of Erard de Joinville Seigneur de Doulevant.  This appears unlikely to be correct from a chronological point of view.  Another possibility is that “Anseau” in this document was an error for “Amé”, although the apparent chronological problem would remain.]  m ---.  One child: 

i)          [ANSEAU de Joinville (-after 6 Aug 1346).  "Erard de Joinville chevalier bailli de Vitry" listed his men-at-arms, including “Anseau de Joinville son neveu et Jean de Joinville fils de ce dernier”, by charter dated 6 Aug 1346[489]m ---.  The name of Anseau’s wife is not known.  Anseau & his wife had one child:] 

(a)       [JEAN de Joinville .  "Erard de Joinville chevalier bailli de Vitry" listed his men-at-arms, including “Anseau de Joinville son neveu et Jean de Joinville fils de ce dernier”, by charter dated 6 Aug 1346[490].] 

4.         SIMON de Joinville (-after 1329).  "Geoffroy seigner de Vaucouleurs" divided his territories with “Gautier son fils aîné”, with the consent of “Mahaut sa femme et de ses autres enfants...Simon, Nicolas, Pierre, Guillaume et Jeanne comtesse de Salmes”, by charter dated 1294[491]

5.         [JEAN de Joinville (-after Jul 1315).  "Nicolas de Joinville s. de Miglionico" divided the inheritance of “feu son père Geoffroy de Joinville s. de Vaucouleurs” with “Jean s. de Vaucouleurs son frère aîné”, receiving “Morancourt, la Neuville-à-Mathons, Mussey, Magneux et Montigny-aux-Ormes”, by charter dated Jul 1315[492].  Jean is not named in the charter dated 1294 which names the other sons of Geoffroy de Joinville Seigneur de Vaucouleurs.  It is possible therefore that “Jean” in the charter dated Jul 1315 was an error for “Simon”, or that “son frère aîné” should be “fils de son frère aîné”.] 

6.         NICOLAS de Joinville (-[1322/1336]).  "Geoffroy seigner de Vaucouleurs" divided his territories with “Gautier son fils aîné”, with the consent of “Mahaut sa femme et de ses autres enfants...Simon, Nicolas, Pierre, Guillaume et Jeanne comtesse de Salmes”, by charter dated 1294[493].  "Nicolas de Joinville s. de Miglionico" divided the inheritance of “feu son père Geoffroy de Joinville s. de Vaucouleurs” with “Jean s. de Vaucouleurs son frère aîné”, receiving “Morancourt, la Neuville-à-Mathons, Mussey, Magneux et Montigny-aux-Ormes”, by charter dated Jul 1315[494]

7.         PIERRE de Joinville (-after 1294).  "Geoffroy seigner de Vaucouleurs" divided his territories with “Gautier son fils aîné”, with the consent of “Mahaut sa femme et de ses autres enfants...Simon, Nicolas, Pierre, Guillaume et Jeanne comtesse de Salmes”, by charter dated 1294[495]

8.         GUILLAUME de Joinville (-[1306/Feb 1310]).  "Geoffroy seigner de Vaucouleurs" divided his territories with “Gautier son fils aîné”, with the consent of “Mahaut sa femme et de ses autres enfants...Simon, Nicolas, Pierre, Guillaume et Jeanne comtesse de Salmes”, by charter dated 1294[496]

9.         JEANNE de Joinville (-after 1 Jul 1297).  "Geoffroy seigner de Vaucouleurs" divided his territories with “Gautier son fils aîné”, with the consent of “Mahaut sa femme et de ses autres enfants...Simon, Nicolas, Pierre, Guillaume et Jeanne comtesse de Salmes”, by charter dated 1294[497].  “Johannes de Salmis comes” granted “castrum...Honnolsten” to “Nycholay advocati dicti de Honnolsten”, with the consent of “domine Johanne uxoris nostre”, by charter dated 1 Jul 1297[498]m JOHANN [I] Graf von Salm, son of HEINRICH [IV] Graf von Salm & his wife Laurette von Blieskastel (-after 1330). 

10.      [CATHERINE de Joinville (-after 1 Jan 1315).  Prioress of Acornbury.  Gilbert de Reigate rector of Bridge Solars church granted an annual pension from his church to the nunnery of Acornbury and “Catherine de Geynville prioress” by charter dated 1 Jan 1315[499].  Considering that the Vaucouleurs family was the only Joinville branch recorded in England, it is likely that Catherine was the daughter of Geoffroy de Joinville Seigneur de Vaucouleurs or the daughter of one of his sons.] 

11.      [--- de Joinville .  An order dated 16 Jan 1283 records "recognizance by Geofferey de Geneville, Matilda his wife and Peter their eldest son" to "William de Valence" for the commission of lands of “Maurice FitzGerald in Ireland, deceased” and for the marriage of “Gerald son and heir of the said Maurice, under age, and in custody of the said William[500].  The Complete Peerage, assuming that Gerald’s marriage was arranged with the daughter of Geoffroy de Joinville as a result of this agreement and that the marriage took place, and calls her “as is commonly stated, Joan[501].  No primary source is cited which confirms that this information is correct.  Geoffroy de Joinville is recorded elsewhere with a daughter named “Jeanne” who married Johann [I] Graf von Salm (see above).  Unless this was Jeanne’s second marriage, it is likely that the daughter who was betrothed to or married Gerald FitzMaurice bore another name.  [Betrothed/m] (after 16 Jan 1283) GERALD FitzMaurice Baron of Offaly, son of MAURICE FitzGerald Baron of Offaly & his wife [first/second] wife [---/Agnes de Valence] (-1287).] 

 

 

ERARD de Joinville, son of GAUTHIER de Joinville Seigneur de Vaucouleurs & his wife Isabelle de Cirey (-before Aug 1359).  "Anseau s. de Joinville et de Reynel sénéchal de Champagne" gave property “à Maconcourt” to “son cousin Erard de Vaucouleurs” who sold it to Saint-Urbain, by charter dated 14 Sep 1322[502].  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified, but this charter, read together with the charter dated 2 Sep 1331 (quoted above) which names his presumed older brother Jean as Seigneur de Vaucouleurs, as well as the chronology of the family, suggests that Erard was Jean’s younger brother.  Seigneur de Doulevant.  The charter dated 30 Aug 1364 which names his supposed son and grandson as “cousins germains” of Amé de Joinville Seigneur de Méry-sur-Seine, quoted below, suggests that Erard de Joinville Seigneur de Doulevant was the same person as Erard brother of Jean de Joinville Seigneur de Vaucouleurs.  On the other hand, the charter dated 6 Aug 1346 quoted below, which names the “neveu” of Erard de Joinville bailly de Vitry, introduces some doubt as the chronology does not appear to support Erard de Joinville-Vaucouleurs having a brother who had a grandson of military age at that date.  That assumes that “neveu” in the document in question can be interpreted in its strict sense of nephew, which is not necessarily inevitable.  "Erard de Joinville s. de Doulevant bailli de Vitry" sealed a charter dated 30 Dec 1344 which records an agreement between “la veuve de Nicolas de Salm” and Boulancourt abbey regarding “la Neuve-Grange[503].  "Erard de Joinville chevalier bailli de Vitry" listed his men-at-arms, including “Anseau de Joinville son neveu et Jean de Joinville fils de ce dernier”, by charter dated 6 Aug 1346[504].  "Erard de Joinville chevalier bailli de Chaumont" referred to a dispute between “Hugues et Aubertin de Chatonrupt” by charter dated 2 Mar 1352[505].  "Erard de Joinville bailli de Chaumont" witnessed the marriage contract of “Henri de Joinville comte de Vaudémont” dated 19 May 1353[506].  He was presumably deceased in Aug 1359 when his son Jean was named as Seigneur de Doulevant (see below). 

m ---.  The primary source which confirms the name of Erard’s wife has not been identified. 

Erard & his wife had one child: 

1.         JEAN de Joinville (-after 1359).  Seigneur de Doulevant et de Villiers-aux-Chênes.  "Jean de Joinville s. de Doulevant-le-Château et de Villiers-aux-Chênes, fils d’Erard de J. seigneur desdits lieux, bailli de Chaumont" granted rights “aux habitants desdits lieux”, with the consent “du comte de Vaudémont s. de Joinville”, dated 4 Apr 1358[507].   "Jean de Joinville s. de Doulevant et de Villiers-aux-Chênes" reached agreement “avec ses hommes”, with the consent of “Henri comte de Vaudémont”, by charter dated Aug 1359[508].  ["Amé de Joinville s. de Méry-sur-Seine", in his name and in the names of “Jean de Joinville chevalier et Jean de Joinville écuyer ses cousins germains”, sold rights “du buisson de Hautefeuille, dans la châtellenie de Crécy-en-Brie” to the king by charter dated 30 Aug 1364[509].]  m ---.  The primary source which confirms the name of Jean’s wife has not been identified.  Jean & his wife had two children: 

a)         JEAN de Joinville ([after 1346]-[18 Jan 1390/17 May 1394]).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified but it is suggested by the following document.  His suggested birth date is indicated by the same document indicating that he had not been knighted at the time.  ["Amé de Joinville s. de Méry-sur-Seine", in his name and in the names of “Jean de Joinville chevalier et Jean de Joinville écuyer ses cousins germains”, sold rights “du buisson de Hautefeuille, dans la châtellenie de Crécy-en-Brie” to the king by charter dated 30 Aug 1364[510].]  Seigneur de Doulevant et de Villiers-aux-Chênes.  "Jean de Joinville s. de Doulevant et de Villiers-aux-Chênes" swore homage “au comte de Genève et de Vaudémont” for “[le] château de Joinville, de Doulevant, Villiers-aux-Chênes, Baudricourt, Charmes-la-Petite, Osne et Arnancourt” by charter dated 18 Jan 1390[511].  “Ferry de Lorraine Cte de Vaudemont, Sgr de Joinville, Hue d’Amboise Sgr de Chaumont-sur-Loire et Jac. de Hens Sgr de Ténorgues”, all having rights “à la succession de feu Mre Jn de Joinville Sgr de Doulevant à cause de leurs femmes”, reached agreement concerning land which “feu Henry Cte de Vaudemont sire de Joinville” had assigned to “feu Jn de Joinville” by charter dated 17 May 1394[512].  Hereditary rights of Ferry de Lorraine in the succession are not obvious.  Presumably his wife had residuary rights from the arrangement involving her father Henri de Joinville Comte de Vaudémont. 

b)         --- de Joinville .  His relationship with Jean de Joinville Seigneur de Doulevant who died [18 Jan 1390/17 May 1394] is confirmed by the charter dated 30 Jul 1395 quoted below which names the latter as uncle of this person’s two daughters.  m ---.  Two children: 

i)          ISABELLE de Joinville (-1420 or after).  “Ferry de Lorraine Cte de Vaudemont, Sgr de Joinville, Hue d’Amboise Sgr de Chaumont-sur-Loire et Jac. de Hens Sgr de Ténorgues”, all having rights “à la succession de feu Mre Jn de Joinville Sgr de Doulevant à cause de leurs femmes”, reached agreement concerning land which “feu Henry Cte de Vaudemont sire de Joinville” had assigned to “feu Jn de Joinville” by charter dated 17 May 1394[513].  “Jac. de Hens et Jne de Joinville sa femme” transferred to “Ferry de Lorraine et à Margueritte de Joinville sa femme” half of what they possessed “par indivis avec Hue d’Amboise et Ysabelle de Joinville sa femme, leur sœur et beau frère” in revenue “sur la halle de Joinville, provenant de la succession de feu Mre Jn de Joinville Sgr de Doulevant leur oncle” by charter dated 30 Jul 1395[514]Europäische Stammtafeln mentions the testament of Isabelle de Joinville dated 1420[515].  This document has not been traced.  m (before 17 May 1394) as his third wife, HUGUES [II] d'Amboise Seigneur de Chaumont-sur-Loire et de Saint-Verain, son of JEAN d’Amboise Seigneur de Chaumont-sur-Loire et de Saint-Vérain & his wife Jeanne de Beaumont (-[1 Jul 1404/21 May 1406], bur Roches). 

ii)         JEANNE de Joinville .  “Ferry de Lorraine Cte de Vaudemont, Sgr de Joinville, Hue d’Amboise Sgr de Chaumont-sur-Loire et Jac. de Hens Sgr de Ténorgues”, all having rights “à la succession de feu Mre Jn de Joinville Sgr de Doulevant à cause de leurs femmes”, reached agreement concerning land which “feu Henry Cte de Vaudemont sire de Joinville” had assigned to “feu Jn de Joinville” by charter dated 17 May 1394[516].  Dame de Doulevant.  "Jacques de Hans et Jeanne de Joinville sa femme seigneur et dame de Doulevant" acknowledged to “Ferry de Lorraine et à Marguerite de Joinville comte et comtesse de Vaudémont” receipt of money “sur la halle de Joinville” by charter dated 30 Jul 1395[517].  Her first marriage is indicated by the charter dated under which [her sons] “Jean et Pierre de Saulx“ swore homage to Charles VI King of France for their lands and those of “leur mère Jeanne de Joinville” by charter dated 8 Mar 1399[518], read together with the charter dated 8 Jan 1425 under which [her grandsons] “Jehan de Saulx sieur de Doulevant le Chastel et Amé de Saulx son frère” granted annual revenue to “Henry d’Orlye” who had lent the ransom for “dame Marye de Rosay leur mère” who had been imprisoned by “Eustache de Vernancourt [519]m firstly GUILLAUME de Saulx Seigneur d’Epense, Cernon et de Bouconville, son of ---.  m secondly (before 17 May 1394) JACQUES [III] de Hans Seigneur de Thénorgues, son of HENRI [II] Seigneur de Hans [Grandpré] & his wife Beatrix de Commercy (-after 1437). 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 3.    RAMERUPT

 

 

A.      SEIGNEURS de RAMERUPT, COMTES de MONTDIDIER

 

 

The seigneurie de Ramerupt was located west of the town of Arcis-sur-Aube, north-east of Troyes, in the present-day French département of Aube.  Seigneurs de Ramerupt are recorded in primary sources from the mid-10th century to the early 12th, after which the seigneurie passed by marriage to a younger branch of the family of the comtes de Brienne.  The early seigneurs de Ramerupt were studied by Arbois de Jubainville in the mid-19th century (his article includes several inaccuracies relating to the family relationships)[520] and Moranvillé in the early 20th century[521]

 

 

Two siblings: 

1.         HILDUIN [I] (-before 956).  Comte [de Montdidier].  Philippe I King of France donated the village of Bagneux to the abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés in exchange for Combs by charter dated 1061, which recounts that "Hugonis ducis…magnus" [Hugues "le Grand"] had granted Combs to "Hilduino…comiti de Monte qui vocatur Desiderius", who died before his benefactor (i.e. before 956), and that Henri I King of France had regranted Combs to "Manasses nepos supradicti Hilduini comitis" just as "suus avunculus Hilduinus" had held it, noting that "Odo comes filius prefati Manassetis" now claimed the property as held by "avunculus patris eius Hilduinus"[522]

2.         brother/sister .  On the basis of the charter dated 1061 which is quoted above, there are two possible identities for this brother/sister.  If a brother, he was the husband of Hersende Dame de Ramerupt, mother of Hilduin [II] who is shown below.  If a sister, she was Hersende herself.  If the word "avunculus" in the document is given its strict interpretation of maternal uncle, the latter possibility would be correct.  However, such relationship terms are not consistently used in their strict linguistic sense in medieval documents.  In any case, from a chronological point of view, the term must indicate great-uncle in the 1061 document. 

 

 

1.         --- .  Arbois de Jubainville states that the name of Hersende’s husband is not known, adding that "on suppose sans preuve que c’était Hilduin comte de Ponthieu"[523].  As noted above, one possibility is that the husband of Hersende was the brother of Hilduin [I] who is shown above.  m HERSENDE Dame de Ramerupt, daughter of ---.  The Historia S. Balsemii records that "la comtesse…Hersende" transported the relics of St Baussenge from the priory of Saint-Pierre d’Arcis-sur-Aube to "son château de Ramerupt dans une église bâtie à ses frais, sous l’invocation de Notre-Dame"[524].  As noted above, one possibility is that Hersende was the sister of Hilduin [I] who is shown above.  Two children: 

a)         HILDUIN [II] (-after [992/93]).  The Historia S. Balsemii and the Historia S. Bercharii name "Hilduin comte d’Arcis" as the son of "la comtesse…Hersende"[525]Comte d’Arcis-sur-Aube.  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "comes de Arceis et de Ramerut…Hilduinus" as brother of "episcopi Manasse Trecensi", specifying that they were "de genere, ut dicitur, Ganalonis"[526].  The reference to "Ganalo" has not been deciphered.  Seigneur de Ramerupt.  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records in [992/93] that "Adzo [abbas…Dervensis monasterii]" [Adzon abbé de Montiérender] died "in peregratione transmarina", adding that he had taken with him "comitem Hilduinum de Arceis"[527]

b)         MANASSES (-991).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "comes de Arceis et de Ramerut…Hilduinus" as brother of "episcopi Manasse Trecensi", specifying that they were "de genere, ut dicitur, Ganalonis"[528]Bishop of Troyes 970. 

 

 

Two brothers, presumably great-nephews of Hilduin [I] who is shown above if the 1061 charter noted above is interpreted correctly, maybe sons of Hilduin [II] Seigneur de Ramerupt: 

1.         HILDUIN [III] (-after 1032).  Arbois de Jubainville names Hilduin [II] and adds that "on peut supposer que cet Hilduin était fils" of Hilduin [I], implying that there is no primary source which confirms that they were father and son[529]Comte [de Montdidier].  Seigneur de Ramerupt.  Robert II King of France confirmed the donation of "Manasses comes" to Chartres Notre-Dame by charter dated 4 Feb 1031, signed by "…Manasses comitis, Hilduini comitis fratris eius, filiorum eius Manassis et Hilduini, Burcardo de Montemorenciaco, Evrardi filii Hilduini de Britoglio, Amalrici de Monteforti, Milonis de Caprosa…"[530]

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2.         MANASSES (-killed in battle Ornel, near Etain 15 Dec 1037, bur Verdun St Vanne)The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "comes Suessionis et comes de Dommartin et comes de Ronaco et Manasses cui agnomen Calva-asina" as brothers of "Helduino comiti de Ramerut"[531].  This passage names both "comes de Dommartin" and "Manasses cui agnomen Calva-asina" as brothers of "Helduini comiti de Ramerut".  As shown by the charter dated 4 Feb 1031 which is quoted below, "Hilduini comitis" had a brother and a son named Manassès.  A sensible interpretation of the Genealogiæ is therefore that "comes de Dammartin" (named Manassès) was the brother of Hilduin [II] and "Manasses cui agnomen Calva-asina" his son.  This speculation appears to be confirmed by the charter dated 1061, under which Philippe I King of France donated the village of Bagneux to the abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés in exchange for Combs, which recounts that "Hugonis ducis…magnus" [Hugues "le Grand"] had granted Combs to "Hilduino…comiti de Monte qui vocatur Desiderius", who died before his benefactor (i.e. before 956), and that Henri I King of France had regranted Combs to "Manasses nepos supradicti Hilduini comitis" just as "suus avunculus Hilduinus" had held it, noting that "Odo comes filius prefati Manassetis" now claimed the property as held by "avunculus patris eius Hilduinus"[532]Comte de Dammartin-en-Goële.  Robert II King of France confirmed the donation of "Manasses comes" to Chartres Notre-Dame by charter dated 4 Feb 1031, signed by "…Manasses comitis, Hilduini comitis fratris eius, filiorum eius Manassis et Hilduini, Burcardo de Montemorenciaco, Evrardi filii Hilduini de Britoglio, Amalrici de Monteforti, Milonis de Caprosa…"[533].] 

-        COMTES de DAMMARTIN

 

 

HILDUIN [III] de Ramerupt, son of [HILDUIN [II] Seigneur de Ramerupt & his wife ---] (-after 1032).  Arbois de Jubainville names Hilduin [II] and adds that "on peut supposer que cet Hilduin était fils" of Hilduin [II], implying that there is no primary source which confirms that they were father and son[534]Comte [de Montdidier].  Seigneur de Ramerupt.  Robert II King of France confirmed the donation of "Manasses comes" to Chartres Notre-Dame by charter dated 4 Feb 1031, signed by "…Manasses comitis, Hilduini comitis fratris eius, filiorum eius Manassis et Hilduini, Burcardo de Montemorenciaco, Evrardi filii Hilduini de Britoglio, Amalrici de Monteforti, Milonis de Caprosa…"[535].  "…Hilduinus comes et Hilduinus filius eius…" subscribed the charter dated 1032 under which "Odo comes palatinus Francorum regis" founded Epernay abbey[536]

m ---.  The name of Hilduin's wife is not known.  A suggestion about the family connections of Hilduin’s wife is provided by the Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis which names "comes Suessionis et comes de Dommartin et comes de Ronaco et Manasses cui agnomen Calva-asina" as brothers ("fratres") of "Helduino comiti de Ramerut", naming "Rainaldum comitem Suessionis et Iohannem, qui fratri successit in comitatum, et Manassem Suessionensem episcopum et filias" as the children of "supradictus comes Suessionis Guilermus…frater iam dicti Helduini"[537].  It is clear from other sources that Guillaume Comte de Soissons descended from the family of the dukes of Normandy.  The only way in which the Genealogiæ could make sense is if "fratres" can be interpreted as including brothers-in-law (an interpretation which has been observed and confirmed as correct in other cases).  If that is correct, it is possible that Hilduin’s wife married, as her second husband, Renaud Comte de Soissons, although that hypothesis would seem chronologically difficult unless Hilduin’s widow was Renaud’s second wife.  As discussed elsewhere in the present document, it is likely that the wife of Renaud Comte de Soissons was ---, niece of Guy Archbishop of Reims, daughter of ---.  This affiliation is suggested by one version of the Gesta Episcoporum Cameracensium (Continuatio) which names “Manasses Remensium archiepiscopus, electi Manassæ avunculus[538].  The latter refers to Manassès Bishop of Cambrai and later Bishop of Cambrai, who was the grandson of Renaud Comte de Soissons, and the former to Manassès Archbishop of Reims who was the son of Manassès “le Chauve” Vidame de Reims (see above).  It appears unlikely that the family connection was through the Normandy family of Renaud’s son-in-law Guillaume “Busac” d’Eu.  On the other hand, the connection may have been through the previous generation, asssuming that “avunculus” in the source in question can be interpreted loosely.  This hypothesis would also provide an explanation for the introduction of the name Manassès into the family of the comtes de Soissons. 

Hilduin [III] & his wife had [three] children: 

1.         MANASSES (-after 4 Feb 1031).  Robert II King of France confirmed the donation of "Manasses comes" to Chartres Notre-Dame by charter dated 4 Feb 1031, signed by "…Manasses comitis, Hilduini comitis fratris eius, filiorum eius Manassis et Hilduini, Burcardo de Montemorenciaco, Evrardi filii Hilduini de Britoglio, Amalrici de Monteforti, Milonis de Caprosa…"[539]same person as...?  MANASSES “Calva-asina” )The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "comes Suessionis et comes de Dommartin et comes de Ronaco et Manasses cui agnomen Calva-asina" as brothers of "Helduino comiti de Ramerut", specifying that Manassès married (as her second husband) "prefatus comes Helduinus predicti Ebali uxorem dictam Beatricem, sororum videlicet suam"[540].  Some creative interpretation of this passage is necessary to make sense of it, including the hypotheses that the wife of Hilduin [III] married the comte de Soissons As her second husband (see above), and that the comte de Dammartin was related more remotely (as discussed more in PARIS REGION NOBILITY).  If these hypotheses are incorrect, it would be uncertain that Manassès “Calva-asina” was the same person as the son of Hilduin [III] who is named in the charter dated 4 Feb 1031 which is quoted above.  m ([1021]) as her second husband, BEATRIX de Hainaut, widow of EBLES [I] Comte de Roucy, daughter of REGINAR IV Comte de Hainaut & his wife Hedwige de France.  The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Beatricem" daughter of "Hadevidem…comitissam Hainonensium", specifying that she married "Ebalus de Roceio, cuius frater fuit Lebaldus de Malla et soror Iveta comitissa de Roitest" and later "Manasses cui agnomen Calva-asina"[541].  Manassès & his wife had three children: 

a)         MANASSES (-1085)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Manassem" as the son of Beatrix by her second marriage, recording in a later passage his election as archbishop of Reims in 1070 “per annos 16[542]Archbishop of Reims 1070.  The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Manassem Remensem archiepiscopum et Guidonem de Novo-castello et Adelidem abbatissam…de Sancto Iohanne" children of "Manasses cui agnomen Calva-asina" & his wife Beatrix[543]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records the death in 1085 of "Manasse" and the election of “Raynaldus” as archbishop of Reims[544].  [The necrology of the church of Reims records the death "XIV Kal Oct" of "domnus Manasses...Remensis archiepiscopus" and his donations of “iv altaria, unum de Monte S. Petri, alterum de Miliaco, tertium de Taxeio, quartum de Novavilla[545].  It is not known whether this entry relates to Archbishop Manassès [I] or Manassès [II].] 

b)         GUY [de Neufchâtel] (-before 1103).  The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Manassem Remensem archiepiscopum et Guidonem de Novo-castello et Adelidem abbatissam…de Sancto Iohanne" children of "Manasses cui agnomen Calva-asina" & his wife Beatrix[546]

c)         ADELAThe Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Manassem Remensem archiepiscopum et Guidonem de Novo-castello et Adelidem abbatissam…de Sancto Iohanne" children of "Manasses cui agnomen Calva-asina" & his wife Beatrix[547].  Abbess of Notre-Dame de Laon. 

2.         HILDUIN [IV] (-[1063]).  Robert II King of France confirmed the donation of "Manasses comes" to Chartres Notre-Dame by charter dated 4 Feb 1031, signed by "…Manasses comitis, Hilduini comitis fratris eius, filiorum eius Manassis et Hilduini, Burcardo de Montemorenciaco, Evrardi filii Hilduini de Britoglio, Amalrici de Monteforti, Milonis de Caprosa…"[548]Comte [de Montdidier].  Seigneur de Ramerupt

-        see below

3.         [--- .  The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "comes Suessionis et comes de Dommartin et comes de Ronaco et Manasses cui agnomen Calva-asina" as brothers of "Helduino comiti de Ramerut"[549].  "Ronaco" could be Rosnay.] 

 

 

HILDUIN [IV] de Ramerupt, son of HILDUIN [III] Seigneur de Ramerupt & his wife --- (-[1063]).  Robert II King of France confirmed the donation of "Manasses comes" to Chartres Notre-Dame by charter dated 4 Feb 1031, signed by "…Manasses comitis, Hilduini comitis fratris eius, filiorum eius Manassis et Hilduini, Burcardo de Montemorenciaco, Evrardi filii Hilduini de Britoglio, Amalrici de Monteforti, Milonis de Caprosa…"[550].  "…Hilduinus comes et Hilduinus filius eius…" subscribed the charter dated 1032 under which "Odo comes palatinus Francorum regis" founded Epernay abbey[551]Comte [de Montdidier].  Seigneur de Ramerupt.  "Vir nobilis Hugo Bardul" donated property to Montiérender by charter dated [1061/62 or before], subscribed by "Teobaldi comitis, Hilduini comitis, Burdini de Belfort, Manasse filii eius"[552].  Hermann’s Miracles of Laon Sainte-Marie records that Philippe I King of France sent "comitem Hilduinum cum domno Helinando Laudunensi Episcopo" as ambassadors to Rome, undated[553]

m ADELAIDE de Roucy, daughter of EBLES Comte de Roucy & his wife Beatrix de Hainaut ([1015/20]-1062).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Aelidam et Hadewidem" as the two daughters of "Ebalus de Roceio" & his wife, specifying that "omnes comites de Roceio et de Arceis sive de Ramerupt vel de Brena super Albam" descended from Adelaide[554]The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Adelidem et Hadevidem" as the two daughters of "Ebalus de Roceio " and his wife Beatrix, specifying that "secunda filia…soror…Hadevidis nupsit Helduino comiti de Ramerut[555]The Histoire de la restauration de l’Eglise de Laon records the election of “domnum Bartholomeum Remensis ecclesiæ B. Mariæ canonicum et thesaurarium” as bishop of Laon and recites his ancestry: “Hilduinus...comes Rociensis avus eius” married “Adeladem germanam domni Manassæ Remorum archiepiscopi” and names their children “Ebalum comitem de Roci et Andream comitem de Rameruch patrem Eabli Cathaulensis episcopi, septemque filias...[556].  Du Chesne interprets this passage as meaning that the wife of Hilduin [IV] was the daughter of Manassès “le Chauve” Vidame de Reims, who was the father of Archbishop Manassès who died in 1115 (see above in the present document)[557].  However, he has confused the two archbishops of Reims named Manassès: Hilduin’s wife was the half-sister of the one whose death is recorded in 1085.  Her birth date is estimated from her mother's estimated birth date and the fact that Adelaide herself gave birth to her youngest child in [1060]. 

Hilduin [IV] & his wife had nine children: 

1.         EBLES  [II] de Ramerupt (-May 1103)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Ebalus…de Roceio et Andreas de Ramerut et Arceis comites" as the two sons of "Hilduinus de Ramerut" & his wife Adelaide[558]Comte de Roucy

-        COMTES de ROUCY

2.         ANDRE de Ramerupt (-after 1118)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Ebalus…de Roceio et Andreas de Ramerut et Arceis comites" as the two sons of "Hilduinus de Ramerut" & his wife Adelaide[559]The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Ebalum comitem…et Andream comitem de Ramerut et filias" as children of "comes Helduinus [et] Adelaide"[560]Seigneur de Ramerupt et d'Arcis-sur-Aube.  "Duo fratres Ebolus et Andreas et uxores nostre Sibilla et Adelisa et cognatus noster Hugo comes de Domno Martino uxorque eius Rothaidis" donated the church of Ramerupt Sainte-Marie to Marmoutier by charter dated 1082, which also records that "post hæc comes Andreas" donated "molendinorum suorum de Grandi Prato" with the consent of "uxore sua Guindesmode et filiis duobus Hugone…et Oliverio"[561]m firstly ADELISA, daughter of --- (-after 1082).  "Duo fratres Ebolus et Andreas et uxores nostre Sibilla et Adelisa et cognatus noster Hugo comes de Domno Martino uxorque eius Rothaidis" donated property to the church of Ramerupt Sainte-Marie by charter dated 1082[562]m secondly as her second husband, GUISEMODE, widow of HUGUES Seigneur de Pleurs, sister of BAUDOUIN Monk at Molesme, daughter of ---.  "Duo fratres Ebolus et Andreas et uxores nostre Sibilla et Adelisa et cognatus noster Hugo comes de Domno Martino uxorque eius Rothaidis" donated property to the church of Ramerupt Sainte-Marie by charter dated 1082, which also records that "post hæc comes Andreas" donated "molendinorum suorum de Grandi Prato" with the consent of "uxore sua Guindesmode et filiis duobus Hugone…et Oliverio"[563].  The primary source which confirms her origin and first marriage has not yet been identified.  André & his first wife had five children: 

a)         EBLES de Ramerupt (-21 Jun 1126)The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Ebalum Cathalaunensem episcopum et Hugonem comitem de Hyspania et Oliverum et filias" as children of "Andreas comes de Rameruth"[564]Seigneur de Ramerupt.  [Archdeacon at Laon 1103/04].  Bishop of Châlons 1121.  The Annales Sancti Petri Catalaunensis record the death in 1121 of “Willelmus episcopus” and the succession of “Ebalus[565]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records the death in 1121 of "Guilelmus…episcopus Cathalaunensis" and the succession of "domnus Ebalus…filius comitis Andree de Arceis…"[566].  "Ebalus…Cathalennensium episcopus cum post obitum patris mei Andree comitis Ramerucensis" donated property to Marmoutier by charter dated 1123[567].  The Annales Sancti Petri Catalaunensis record the death in 1126 of “Ebalus episcopus[568]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records the death in 1126 of "episcopus Ebalus Cathalaunensis" and the succession of "quidam magister Albricus"[569]

b)         HUGUES de Ramerupt "Brito" (-1108 or after).  The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Ebalum Cathalaunensem episcopum et Hugonem comitem de Hyspania et Oliverum et filias" as children of "Andreas comes de Rameruth"[570].  "Duo fratres Ebolus et Andreas et uxores nostre Sibilla et Adelisa et cognatus noster Hugo comes de Domno Martino uxorque eius Rothaidis" donated property to the church of Ramerupt Sainte-Marie by charter dated 1082, which also records that "post hæc comes Andreas" donated "molendinorum suorum de Grandi Prato" with the consent of "uxore sua Guindesmode et filiis duobus Hugone…et Oliverio"[571].  "Hugo Campanie comes" donated property to the abbey of Molesme by charter dated 1102 subscribed by "Manasses filius eius, Hugo Brito filius Andree comitis"[572]

c)         OLIVIER de RameruptThe Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Ebalum Cathalaunensem episcopum et Hugonem comitem de Hyspania et Oliverum et filias" as children of "Andreas comes de Rameruth"[573].  "Duo fratres Ebolus et Andreas et uxores nostre Sibilla et Adelisa et cognatus noster Hugo comes de Domno Martino uxorque eius Rothaidis" donated property to the church of Ramerupt Sainte-Marie by charter dated 1082, which also records that "post hæc comes Andreas" donated "molendinorum suorum de Grandi Prato" with the consent of "uxore sua Guindesmode et filiis duobus Hugone…et Oliverio"[574]

d)         ALIX de Ramerupt (-1143 or after)The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis specifies that one daughter (unnamed, mentioned first) of "Andreas comes de Rameruth" married "Aerardo comiti Briennensi"[575]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines refers to the wife of "Erardus…comes Brenensis" as "unam filiarum comitis Andree de Archeis et de Ramerut" but does not name her[576].  Dame de Ramerupt.  m ERARD [I] Comte de Brienne, son of GAUTHIER [I] Comte de Brienne & his wife Eustachie Ctss de Bar-sur-Seine (-[1114/25], bur Montier-en-Der). 

e)         daughter The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Ebalum Cathalaunensem episcopum et Hugonem comitem de Hyspania et Oliverum et filias" as children of "Andreas comes de Rameruth", specifying that one daughter (unnamed, mentioned second) married "Iohannes vicecomes de Maruel" by whom she had "Manassem de Plaierris et sororem eius, quam duxit Helyas de Monte-Mirail, de qua nati sunt Galcherus et Andreas et Hugo Prorulliensis abbas; defuncto vero Helia, nupsit domino de Monte-regali, cui peperit liberos"[577]m JEAN Vicomte de Mareuil, son of ---. 

3.         BEATRIX de Ramerupt (-2 Sep after 1129)The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "comitis Hilduini de Rameruth maior natu filia dicta Beatrix" as wife, also incorrectly, of "Rotaldo comiti de Pertica"[578].  She is named as wife of Geoffroy Comte du Perche by Orderic Vitalis, incorrectly saying that she was daughter of "the count of Rochefort"[579] and specifying in another passage that her son Rotrou was consanguineus of Alfonso I King of Aragon[580]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Beatrix" as second daughter of Hilduin Comte de Roucy and incorrectly names her husband "Rotroldo comiti de Pertico"[581]m GEOFFROY de Châteaudun, son of ROTROU Vicomte de Châteaudun, Comte de Mortagne & his wife Adelise de Bellême (-mid-Oct 1100, bur Nogent-le-Rotrou[582]).  He succeeded his father in [1080] as Comte de Mortagne.  He adopted the title Comte du Perche after 1090. 

4.         MARGUERITE de Ramerupt The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "secundam filiam comitis Helduini de Rameruth dictam Margaretam" as wife of "Hugo comes de Claro-monte"[583]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Margareta" as third daughter of Hilduin Comte de Roucy and names her husband "comiti Hugonis de Claromonte Baluacensi"[584]m HUGUES de Clermont [en-Beauvaisis] dit de Mouchy, son of RENAUD Camerarius & his wife Ermentrude --- (-after Nov 1099). 

5.         ERMENTRUDE de Ramerupt (-1102 or after)The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "tertiam…Hilduini comitis filiam Ermentrudem" as wife of "Theobaldus comes de Rinnel"[585]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Ermentrudis" as fourth daughter of Hilduin Comte de Roucy and names her husband "Theobaldo comiti de Rimnello"[586]m THIBAUT [I] Comte de Reynel, son of OLRY Comte de Reynel & his wife --- (-before 11 Apr 1101). 

6.         ADA de Ramerupt (-after 1121, bur Abbaye de Liessies)The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "quartam…Hilduini comitis filiam Adam" as wife firstly of "Godefridus de Guisia" and secondly of "Galterum de Aat" and thirdly of "Theoderico de Avesnis"[587]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Ada…de Guisia" as sixth daughter of Hilduin Comte de Roucy[588].  "Wido Lescheriensis…et Guisiensis" granted rights to the abbey of Saint-André du Câteau, for the souls of "meæ et coniugis meæ Adeluyæ", by undated charter, signed by "filiorum meorum Adam et Burgardi…" and later confirmed by the bishop of Laon by charter dated 1121 at the request of "Guido de Gusia rogatu uxoris suæ Adeluyæ et matris suæ Adæ" and with the consent of "filiis suis Adam et Burchardo"[589].  She built the convent of Lessies with her third husband, where she retired after his death and was buried[590]m firstly GEOFFROY Seigneur de Guise, son of ---.  m secondly GAUTHIER Seigneur de Ath, son of ---.  m thirdly THIERRY Seigneur d'Avesnes, son of WEDRICUS "Ad-barbam" d'Avesnes & his wife --- (-[1106]). 

7.         ADELA de Ramerupt (-[1068/69], bur Saint-Hubert, Ardennes)The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis clarifies the question when it refers to, but does not name, "quintam…Hilduini comitis filiam" as wife of "Arnulfus comes de Cinni"[591]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Adele" as seventh daughter of Hilduin Comte de Roucy and names her husband "Arnulfo comiti de Chisneio"[592].  “Arnulphus comes cum coniuge mea Adelais, filius Ludovici comitis” founded a monastery “in villa Pyrorum…in honore S. Sulpitii”, subject to “ecclesiæ S. Petri et S. Hugberti in Ardenna”, by undated charter signed by “Arnulphi comitis et Manasse fratris eius[593]"Arnulfus comes cum coniuge mea Adelais filius Ludoguici comitis" donated revenue from the church of Prix to Ardenne Saint-Hubert by charter dated to 1066, signed by "Arnulfi comitis et Manasse fratris eius…"[594]"Arnulfus comes cum coniuge mea Adelail, filius Ludoguici comitis" founded the priory of Priez by charter dated 1068, signed by "Arnulphi comitis et Manasse fratris eius…"[595]The Chronicle of Saint-Hubert records the burial of "Adeladis uxor Arnulphi, soror…Ebali Roceiensis" at Saint-Hubert, dated to [1068/69] from the context[596]m as his first wife, ARNOUL [II] Comte de Chiny, son of LOUIS [II] Comte de Chiny & his wife Sophie --- (-16 Apr 1106). 

8.         AELIS de Ramerupt The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "sexta filia Hilduini comitis Adelidis" as mother of "filium columbine simplicitatis nomine Bartholomeum…[et] Ebalum"[597]The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Aeliz de Sarrata in Burgundia" as fifth daughter of Hilduin Comte de Roucy[598].  The Miraculis S. Mariæ Laudunensis records that "nobilissimus princeps in Burgundia…Falco de Jur, vel de Serrata" married "comitis Hilduini [comes Rociensis]…unam ex filiabus eius…Adeladam"[599]m CONON "Falcon" de La Sarraz [Grandson], son of ADALBERT & his wife --- (-before 1114). 

9.         FELICIE de Ramerupt ([1060]-3 May 1123[600], bur Monastery of San Juan de la Peña)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines refers to the first of the seven daughters of Count Hilduin as, inaccurately, wife of "regi Galicie Sanctio" but does not name her[601]The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis is somewhat more precise in referring to, but still not naming, "septima filia…Hilduini" as wife of "Sanctio regi Hispanie" by whom she had "Hildefonsum regem et fratrem eius, qui ei successit in regnum.  Cuius filiam cum regni gubernaculis comes inclitus Barcinonensis, qui paganos impugnare non desinit, duxit uxorem"[602]The marriage of the king of Aragon to the daughter of a relatively obscure nobleman in northern France seems surprising considering the geographical distance and the absence of any other apparent connection between the two families, but unless more information comes to light there is little alternative but to treat these two sources at face value.  The name of this daughter of Comte Hilduin is indicated by the Monumenta Historiæ Tornacensis which names [her son] "in Hispanum...regem Hildefonsum, Feliciæ materteræ vestræ filium"[603].  The word “vestræ” in this document refers to Barthélemy Bishop of Laon (died 1158), the son of Aelis de Ramerupt, another daughter of Comte Hilduin [IV] (see above).  The Crónica de San Juan de la Peña records that King Sancho married "muller Doña Felicia", but gives no indication of her family origin[604]"Sancius rex Aragonensium…cum filio meo Petro et uxore mea regina…Felicia" granted the monastery of Sauve-Majeure, Gironde to the church of Pamplona by charter dated to [1086/94][605]m (1076[606] or before) as his second wife, SANCHO I King of Aragon [SANCHO V King of Navarre], son of RAMIRO I King of Aragon & his first wife Gerberge [Ermesenda] de Foix ([1042/43]-Huesca 4 Jun 1094, bur Monastery of San Juan de la Peña). 

 

 

 

B.      SEIGNEURS de RAMERUPT (BRIENNE)

 

 

ANDRE de Brienne, son of GAUTHIER [II] Comte de Brienne & his his [first/second] wife Humbeline de Baudément (-killed in battle Acre Oct 1189).  "Walterus Brenensis comes" granted "decimam reddituum suorum de Brena Castello" to the abbey of Basse-Fontaine by charter dated 22 Jan 1143, subscribed by "Airardi filii sui, Andree filii sui, Marie filie sue… Johannis de Brena clerici…Guidonis fratris comitis"[607]The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Aerardum comitem et Andream atque Mariam castellanam de Sancto Otmaro cum aliis liberis" as children of "Galterus comes"[608].  "G comes Brene" donated property to "ecclesie Sancte Marie de Rameruco" with the consent of "uxoris Adelisis, Erardi, Andreæ filium meorum atque Marie filie mee" by charter dated 1147[609]Seigneur de Ramerupt.  "Andree fratris mee" consented to the donation by "Erardus Brenensis comes" recorded in the latter's charter dated 1166[610].  "Robertus de Mastoil" donated property to Basse-Fontaine by charter dated 1166 witnessed by "Airaldus Brenensium comes, Eustacius et Andreas fratres eius, vicecomes Odo"[611].  "Johannes frater meus abbas Belliloci" witnessed the donation of "Erardus Brenensium comes" to Basse-Fontaine by charter dated 1186[612].  A charter dated to [25 Mar 1184/24 Mar 1185] records the settlement of a dispute between the monks of Pontigny and "dominum Andream de Venesiaco" relating to rights in the wood of Saint-Etienne[613].  "Andreas de Venesiaco" ratified an agreement with Pontigny regarding the wood of Saint-Etienne, with the consent of "uxor mea Aaliz et filius meus Gauterius", by charter dated [25 Mar 1184/24 Mar 1185][614].  He is named uncle of Gauthier de Brienne by William of Tyre (Continuator)[615].  "Andreas Ramerudi dominus" confirmed an agreement between the church of Ramerupt Sainte-Marie and "Buiamundum" by charter dated 1189, subscribed by "ipse dominus Andreas et Galterus filius eius…"[616].  The Chronicon Hanoniense names "Andreas de Briena" among those who died in Palestine in [1191][617].  He was killed in battle during the early stages of the siege of Acre led by Guy de Lusignan King of Jerusalem[618]

m (before 1167) as her first husband, ADELAIS de Venisy Dame de Venisy, daughter of ANSEAU de Venisy Seigneur de Venisy & his wife Isabelle de Nangis [Capet] (-[20 Mar 1221/Nov 1222]).  "Andreas de Venesiaco" ratified an agreement with Pontigny regarding the wood of Saint-Etienne, with the consent of "uxor mea Aaliz et filius meus Gauterius", by charter dated [25 Mar 1184/24 Mar 1185][619].  "Garnerius de Triagnello" confirmed that "domna A[aliz] consanguinea mea" had renounced rights over the wood of Saint-Etienne in favour of Pontigny by charter dated [25 Mar 1184/24 Mar 1185][620]Documents dated Jul 1213 and Aug 1213, relating to the consanguinity between Erard de Brienne Seigneur de Ramerupt and his wife Philippa of Jerusalem, records "rex Franciæ…Grossus rex fratrem…Florium…filia Isabellis de Nangies…domina de Venisiaco", adding that her daughter was "domina de Venisiaco, mater…[Erardum de Rameruco] [Erardum de Brena]", another document in the series clarifying that Isabelle was the mother of "Aalaidis dominæ Venisiaci…mater…Erardi"[621]She married secondly (1195 or before) as his first wife, Gaucher de Joigny Seigneur de Châteaurenard, sénéchal de Nevers.  "Gaucherus de Joviniaco et dominus de Rameruco" confirmed the donation to Montiéramy made by “Andreas dominus de Rameruco cujus uxorem post eius obitum desponsavi” by charter dated 1195[622].  “Dominus Gaucherus de Jovigniaco et domina Aelicia de Venesiaco uxor eius et dominus Erardus de Brena ipsius Aelicie filius” confirmed the donation made by “Milo de Pogiaco et Helisabeth uxor sua” to Sens Maison-Dieu by charter dated Aug 1207[623].  “Gaucherus de Joviniaco dominus Venisiaci...et uxor mea A. et filius eius E. de Brena” relinquished rights in the forest of Saint-Etienne in favour of Pontigny abbey by charter dated 1211[624].  

André & his wife had [six] children: 

1.         GAUTHIER de Brienne (-after 1189).  "Andreas de Venesiaco" ratified an agreement with Pontigny regarding the wood of Saint-Etienne, with the consent of "uxor mea Aaliz et filius meus Gauterius", by charter dated [25 Mar 1184/24 Mar 1185][625].  "Andreas Ramerudi dominus" confirmed an agreement between the church of Ramerupt Sainte-Marie and "Buiamundum" by charter dated 1189, subscribed by "ipse dominus Andreas et Galterus filius eius…"[626]

2.         ERARD de Brienne (-Aug [1245/46]).  William of Tyre (Continuator) names him as son of André de Brienne, when recording his marriage[627]Seigneur de Ramerupt et de Venisy.  “Erardus miles filius Andree de Venesia” confirmed the donation to Pontigny made by “A. matris mee” who chose her burial there, by charter dated May 1203[628].  “Gaucherus de Joviniaco dominus Venisiaci...et uxor mea A. et filius eius E. de Brena” relinquished rights in the forest of Saint-Etienne in favour of Pontigny abbey by charter dated 1211[629].  He claimed the county of Champagne 1216/1221[630], by right of his second wife.  "Erardo [de Brenna] et Philippa, uxore eius" postponed appearance at a Papal tribunal requested by "comitissam Campanie", by charter dated [1220/21][631]"Erardus de Brena Rameruci dominus" acknowledged himself as  "homo ligius comitis Barri Ducis" except for "fidelitate domini mei comitis Campanie, comitis Nyvernensis, comitis Brene et domini Garneri de Triangulo" by charter dated Nov 1226[632]"Erardus de Brena dominus Rameruci et Philippa eius uxor" donated property to Molesme, with the consent of “filiis nostris...Henrico milite et Erardo scutario et filiabus nostris Ioanna, Sibylla et Aelide”, by charter dated Jan 1264 (misdated)[633]m firstly HELISENDE, daughter of --- (-1210 or after).  According to Europäische Stammtafeln[634], the first wife of Erard de Brienne was Helisende Ctss du Perche.  The only contemporary Ctss of Perche of this name was Helisende de Rethel, wife of Thomas Comte du Perche.  However, the death of the latter is recorded in 1217.  No earlier marriage of his wife has been found, and in any case if she had married Erard de Brienne as her first husband she could not then have been described as "Ctss du Perche".  m secondly (15 Aug [1213/14]) PHILIPPA of Jerusalem, daughter of HENRI de Champagne King of Jerusalem & his wife Isabelle Queen of Jerusalem (1195/7-20 Dec 1250).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Philippam" as younger daughter of "comes Campaniensis Henricus" and his wife Isabelle, and her husband "Erardus de Ramerut", specifying that the latter claimed the county of Champagne in her name[635].  William of Tyre (Continuator) names her and her father, when recording her marriage[636].  A charter dated to [1212] records the agreement for the marriage between "Erardum Brennensem" and "Philippam…"[637].  The Chronicon of Robert canon of St Maria, Auxerre records the marriage in 1214 of "Airardus de Rameruco" and "Philippam filiam Henrici regis Iherosolimitani et comitis Trecensis"[638]The Annales S. Benigni Divisionensis record the marriage in 1216 of "filiam Henrici comitis Campanie" with "Airardus de Bregne"[639].  The cartulary of Tulle St Martin records the grant by "Erardus de Brena et Philippa uxor mea, Henrici…quondam comitis Trecensis filia" dated 21 Mar 1217[640].  "Erardus de Brena dominus Rameruci et Philippa eius uxor" donated property to Molesme, with the consent of “filiis nostris...Henrico milite et Erardo scutario et filiabus nostris Ioanna, Sibylla et Aelide”, by charter dated Jan 1264 (misdated)[641].  The cartulary of Tulle St Martin records the grant by "Philippa domina Rameruci" for the soul of "maritus meus nobilis vir Erardus de Brena dominus Rameruci" dated Friday before 24 Jun 1247[642].  Erard & his first wife had one child:

a)         ANDRE de Brienne .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  1211. 

Erard & his second wife had nine children:

b)         HENRI de Brienne (-killed in battle Mansurah 8 Feb 1250).  The Lignages d'Outremer name (in order) "Henrico, Gerardo, Maria, Margarita, Chielvis, Isabella e Joanna" as the seven children of "Girardo de Bregne" and his wife "Philippa, l'altra figlia di Henrico de Campagna"[643].  "Erardus de Brena dominus Rameruci et Philippa eius uxor" donated property to Molesme, with the consent of “filiis nostris...Henrico milite et Erardo scutario et filiabus nostris Ioanna, Sibylla et Aelide”, by charter dated Jan 1264 (misdated)[644]Seigneur de Ramerupt et de Venisy.  m ([1248]) as her first husband, MARGUERITE de Salins, daughter of JEAN "l'Antique/le Sage" Seigneur de Salins [Bourgogne-Comté] & his first wife Mathilde de Bourgogne [Capet] (-[1259/64]).  She married secondly (Nov 1250) as his first wife, Guillaume [I] de Courtenay Seigneur de Champignelles.  “Guillaume de Courtenay seigneur de Venisy du chef de sa femme Marguerite de Chalon veuve en premières noces d’Henri de Brienne” sold a house “près du château de Venisy”, with the consent of “Gui Ragot seigneur de Champlost”, by charter dated Nov 1255[645].  Henri & his wife had two children: 

i)          ERARD de Brienne (-1278 or after).  Seigneur de Ramerupt et de Venisy.  A charter dated Oct 1270 records that "Erar de Brene chevaliers sires de Venisy" confirmed a sale to Pontigny of property “qui furent monseigneur Henri de brene qui fu peres au devant dit Erart[646].  The cartulary of Tulle St Martin records the confirmation by "Erardus de Brena miles dominus de Venesi et de Balneolis" of grants by "Philippa quondam domina de Rameruco avia nostra", dated 30 May 1271, which also names "Erardus de Brena avus noster…maritus dictæ Philippæ"[647]m ---, daughter of --- & his wife --- Dame de Cruzilles.  The genealogy of the Conflans family, written in [1350], records that the second wife of Hugues de Conflans maréchal de Champagne was “la dame de Cruzilles”, who had three daughters “de son premier seigneur” who married “monseigneur Erard de Brienne seigneur de Venisy et de Baigniaulx...le seigneur d’Ouche et l’autre...hoirs de l’advoerie de Therouenne...monseigneur Hue aisné fils dudit mareschal et de sa premiere femme de Namteuil[648].  Erard & his wife had one child: 

(a)       BEATRIX de Brienne (-after 1314).  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  Dame de Venisy et de Turny.  m (before 1310) GUILLAUME de Joinville Seigneur de Briquenay, son of GEOFFROY de Joinville Seigneur de Briquenay & his wife Mabile de Lezinnes (-before Dec 1314). 

ii)         HENRI de Brienne .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  1266

c)         ERARD de Brienne (-killed in battle Palestine Feb 1250).  The Lignages d'Outremer name (in order) "Henrico, Gerardo, Maria, Margarita, Chielvis, Isabella e Joanna" as the seven children of "Girardo de Bregne" and his wife "Philippa, l'altra figlia di Henrico de Campagna"[649].  "Erardus de Brena dominus Rameruci et Philippa eius uxor" donated property to Molesme, with the consent of “filiis nostris...Henrico milite et Erardo scutario et filiabus nostris Ioanna, Sibylla et Aelide”, by charter dated Jan 1264 (misdated)[650]Seigneur de Ramerupt

d)         MARIE de Brienne (-1251 or after).  The Lignages d'Outremer name (in order) "Henrico, Gerardo, Maria, Margarita, Chielvis, Isabella e Joanna" as the seven children of "Girardo de Bregne" and his wife "Philippa, l'altra figlia di Henrico de Campagna"[651].  A manuscript history of the abbey of la Piété de Rameru records that Erard de Brienne married three of his daughters, of whom "la premiere...Madame Marie fu Dame de Nantuel...en l’Archeueschié de Rains"[652].  The testament of Gaucher Seigneur de Nanteuil-la-Fosse, dated 1241, appointed as executors “...Gaucher d’Autrèche chevaliers, Alix dame de Nanteuil sa mère et Marie de Brienne son épouse[653].  The primary source which confirms her second marriage has not yet been identified.  m firstly GAUCHER de Châtillon Seigneur de Nanteuil-la-Fosse, son of GAUCHER [II] de Châtillon Seigneur de Nanteuil-la-Fosse & his wife Adela de Béthune (-before May 1242).  m secondly as his first wife, HUGUES [I] de Conflans Seigneur de Conflans, son of EUSTACHE [II] Seigneur de Conflans & his wife Helvide de Thourotte (-after Aug 1271).  Maréchal de Champagne. 

e)         MARGUERITE de Brienne (-Flines 1275, bur Flines).  The Lignages d'Outremer name (in order) "Henrico, Gerardo, Maria, Margarita, Chielvis, Isabella e Joanna" as the seven children of "Girardo de Bregne" and his wife "Philippa, l'altra figlia di Henrico de Campagna"[654].  A manuscript history of the abbey of la Piété de Rameru records that Erard de Brienne married three of his daughters, of whom "la tierce...Madame Marguerite fu Dame de Beures en Flandres"[655].  She became a nun at Flines after her husband died[656].  A tomb at Saint-Genois records “Margriete femme Mosr Thiery de Bevre fille Mosr De Briène...extraicte des rois de Chypres” and her death in 1275[657]m DIRK van Beveren Châtelain de Dixmude, son of DIRK van Beveren & his wife Isabelle --- ([1223/24]-after 1 Apr 1274). 

f)          HELOISE de Brienne .  The Lignages d'Outremer name (in order) "Henrico, Gerardo, Maria, Margarita, Chielvis, Isabella e Joanna" as the seven children of "Girardo de Bregne" and his wife "Philippa, l'altra figlia di Henrico de Campagna"[658]

g)         ISABELLE de Brienne (-[27 Aug 1274/Feb 1277]).  The Lignages d'Outremer name (in order) "Henrico, Gerardo, Maria, Margarita, Chielvis, Isabella e Joanna" as the seven children of "Girardo de Bregne" and his wife "Philippa, l'altra figlia di Henrico de Campagna"[659].  A manuscript history of the abbey of la Piété de Rameru records that Erard de Brienne married three of his daughters, of whom "la seconde...Madame Ysabeaus fu comtesse de Grant-pré en Lorraine"[660].  "Henricus comes Grandisprati, jure hereditario nomine...domine Isabellis uxoris ipsius comitis sororis...Erardi de Brena domini Rameruci" donated property "apud Nogentum supra Ausum", sold to them by “dictus dominus Erardus”, to Montiéramey by charter dated Apr 1250[661]m (before May 1237) HENRI [V] Comte de Grandpré, son of HENRI [IV] Comte de Grandpré & his wife Marie de Garlande (-1287 after 7 Apr). 

h)         JEANNE de Brienne (-[1 Aug], 1270 or after).  The Lignages d'Outremer name (in order) "Henrico, Gerardo, Maria, Margarita, Chielvis, Isabella e Joanna" as the seven children of "Girardo de Bregne" and his wife "Philippa, l'altra figlia di Henrico de Campagna"[662].  "Erardus de Brena dominus Rameruci et Philippa eius uxor" donated property to Molesme, with the consent of “filiis nostris...Henrico milite et Erardo scutario et filiabus nostris Ioanna, Sibylla et Aelide”, by charter dated Jan 1264 (misdated)[663].  Dame de Séans-en-Othe 1245.  A manuscript history of the abbey of la Piété de Rameru, when naming the daughters of Erard de Brienne, records "Damoisele Iehanne qui puis fu Dame de Montmoranci", the passage indicating that her marriage took place after the death of her father[664].  "Mathei domini de Montemorenciaco et dominæ Ioannæ eius uxoris" confirmed donations to Ponthieu Saint-Martin by charter dated 1250[665].  “Mathieu seigneur de Montmorency et Jeanne sa femme” was permitted by Thibaut V Comte de Champagne to sell “la superficie de la forêt des Petits-Alleux, dans la forêt d’Othe, près de Bérulle” by charter dated 30 Nov 1267[666].  "Matheus dominus Montismorenciaci et Iohanna eius uxor" sold property to Montmorency Saint-Martin by charter dated Apr 1270[667].  The necrology of Rameru La Piété records "Kal Aug...Iohanna domina de Montemorencii et Matheus vir eius[668].  The joint reference to husband and wife suggest that this entry may relate to a joint donation in addition to or instead of the decease of either party.  m (before 1250) MATHIEU [III] Seigneur de Montmorency, son of BOUCHARD [VI] Seigneur de Montmorency & his wife Isabelle de Laval (-after Apr 1270). 

i)          SIBYLLE de Brienne .  "Erardus de Brena dominus Rameruci et Philippa eius uxor" donated property to Molesme, with the consent of “filiis nostris...Henrico milite et Erardo scutario et filiabus nostris Ioanna, Sibylla et Aelide”, by charter dated Jan 1264 (misdated)[669].  A manuscript history of the abbey of la Piété de Rameru, when naming the daughters of Erard de Brienne, records "Damoisele Sebile qui puis fu abbesse de ceans", the passage indicating that her appointment took place after the death of her father[670].  Abbess of Ramerupt. 

j)          ALIX de Brienne (-after Aug [1245/46]).  "Erardus de Brena dominus Rameruci et Philippa eius uxor" donated property to Molesme, with the consent of “filiis nostris...Henrico milite et Erardo scutario et filiabus nostris Ioanna, Sibylla et Aelide”, by charter dated Jan 1264 (misdated)[671].  A manuscript history of the abbey of la Piété de Rameru, when naming the daughters of Erard de Brienne, records "Damoisele Aaliz la plus juene, qui assez tost trespassa apres le pere et la mere"[672]

3.         ELISABETH de Brienne (-after 1220).  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  Dame de Saint-Valerian.  Milon [VII] Seigneur de Noyers confirmed the donation made to Jard abbey by [his sister-in-law] “Elisabeth de Brienne veuve de Miles seigneur de Pogy” by charter dated 1220[673]m (before 1201) MILON Seigneur de Pougy, son of RENAUD de Pougy & his wife Oda --- (-before 1218). 

4.         AGNES de Brienne .  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  Père Anselme names Agnes as wife of Clarembaud Seigneur de Noyers[674], which appears impossible from a chronological point of view.  Milo dominus Noeriorum” confirmed the donation to Crisenon abbey made by “Clarembaudus...pater meus”, with the consent of “Agnes uxor mea, Milo filius meus et Elisabeth filia mea”, by charter dated Nov 1224[675]m MILON [VII] Seigneur de Noyers, son of CLAREMBAUD Seigneur de Noyers & his wife Ada --- (-[1230/34]). 

5.         ADA de Brienne .  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  1190. 

6.         [GUY .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  Master of the Order of Templars 1203/04[676].] 

 

 



[1] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 349. 

[2] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 349. 

[3] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 13. 

[4] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 349. 

[5] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1884), p. 13. 

[6] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 351. 

[7] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 351. 

[8] Duchesne (Dreux, Broyes et Châteauvillain) (1631), Broyes et Châteauvillain, Preuves, p. 11, quoting Continuation de l’Histoire d’Aimoinus, Livre V, chap. XLVII. 

[9] Longpont Notre-Dame, XLVI, p. 93. 

[10] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 351. 

[11] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 351. 

[12] Duchesne (Dreux, Broyes et Châteauvillain) (1631), Broyes et Châteauvillain, Preuves, p. 11, quoting Continuation de l’Histoire d’Aimoinus, Livre V, chap. XLVII. 

[13] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 351. 

[14] Longpont Notre-Dame, XLVI, p. 93. 

[15] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 351. 

[16] Chantereau le Febvre (1662), Autres preuves par les Actes, p. 2. 

[17] Chastellux (1869), Pièces justificatives, V, p. 249. 

[18] Yonne, Tome I, CCLI, p. 402. 

[19] Petit, Vol. II, p. 481. 

[20] Petit, Vol. II, p. 480. 

[21] Bibliothèque de l'Ecole des Chartes 1858, 4e série, t. 4, p. 185. 

[22] Jully-les-Nonnains, p. 13. 

[23] Duchesne (Dreux, Broyes et Châteauvillain) (1631), Dreux, Preuves, p. 233, quoting Extrait du cartulaire de l’abbaye de Premonstré, de censibus Branæ et Branellæ. 

[24] Chapelle-aux-Planches, 11, p. 11. 

[25] Barthélemy (1861), Vol. II, Appendice, no. 28, p. 409. 

[26] Ulmoy, p. 121. 

[27] Bibliothèque de l'Ecole des Chartes 1858, 4e série, t. 4, p. 185. 

[28] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1163, MGH SS XXIII, p. 846. 

[29] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1163, MGH SS XXIII, p. 846. 

[30] Barthélemy (1861), Vol. II, Appendice, no. 28, p. 409. 

[31] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1884), p. 21. 

[32] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1163, MGH SS XXIII, p. 846. 

[33] Barthélemy (1861), Vol. II, Appendice, no. 28, p. 409. 

[34] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1884), p. 21. 

[35] Yonne, Tome I, CCLI, p. 402. 

[36] Annales Sancti Petri Catalaunensis, MGH SS XVI, p. 489. 

[37] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1163, MGH SS XXIII, p. 846. 

[38] Simonnet (1876), p. 68. 

[39] Boulancourt, p. 54. 

[40] Simonnet (1876), p. 87. 

[41] Bouchard (1987), p. 375. 

[42] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 351. 

[43] Bibliothèque de l'Ecole des Chartes 1858, 4e série, t. 4, p. 185. 

[44] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1163, MGH SS XXIII, p. 846. 

[45] Chapelle-aux-Planches, 11, p. 11. 

[46] Barthélemy (1861), Vol. II, Appendice, no. 28, p. 409. 

[47] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1884), p. 21. 

[48] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 8. 

[49] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1884), p. 25. 

[50] Delisle (1856), 1330-1334, p. 305. 

[51] Yonne, Tome II, CCXXVI, p. 242. 

[52] La Charité-sur-Loire, LXXIII, p. 167. 

[53] Pontigny, 342, p. 344. 

[54] Chantereau le Febvre (1662), Autres preuves par les Actes, p. 150. 

[55] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1884), p. 25. 

[56] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1205, MGH SS XXIII, p. 885. 

[57] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 65. 

[58] Delisle (1856), 1330-1334, p. 305. 

[59] Chantereau le Febvre (1662), Autres preuves par les Actes, p. 44. 

[60] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1216, MGH SS XXIII, p. 904. 

[61] Troyes Necrologies, 2 Obituaire de Saint-Etienne, p. 219. 

[62] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1216, MGH SS XXIII, p. 904. 

[63] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1216, MGH SS XXIII, p. 904. 

[64] Layettes du Trésor des Chartes II, 1619, p. 17. 

[65] Huillard-Bréholles (1867), Tome I, 49A, p. 13. 

[66] La Mure (1675/1860), Tome I, p. 208. 

[67] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1216, MGH SS XXIII, p. 904. 

[68] Layettes du Trésor des Chartes II, 1619, p. 17.  

[69] Genealogica Comitum Flandriæ Bertiniana, Continuatio Marchianensis, MGH SS IX, p. 306. 

[70] Chronica Monasterii Sancti Bertini auctore Iohanne Longo de Ipra 46.11, MGH SS XXV, p. 824. 

[71] Villehardouin (1963), 15, p. 111. 

[72] Nicholas (1992), p. 151. 

[73] Matthew Paris, Vol. V, 1254, p. 434. 

[74] Nicholas (1992), pp. 156-7. 

[75] Iohannis de Thilrode Chronicon 19, MGH SS XXV, p. 574. 

[76] Matthew Paris, Vol. V, 1254, p. 434. 

[77] Annales Blandinienses 1244, MGH SS V, p. 31. 

[78] Nicholas (1992), p. 157. 

[79] Necrologio Sanctæ Waldetrudis, MGH SS XXI, p. 619. 

[80] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1216, MGH SS XXIII, p. 904. 

[81] Arbois de Jubainville, Tome VI, 3703, p. 74. 

[82] Troyes Necrologies, 2 Obituaire de Saint-Etienne, p. 219. 

[83] Toulgoët-Treanna (1884), Pièces Justificatives, XXX, p. 489. 

[84] Toulgoët-Treanna (1884), Pièces Justificatives, XXXII, p. 490. 

[85] Toulgoët-Treanna (1884), Pièces Justificatives, XXXIV, p. 492. 

[86] Obituaires de Sens Tome III, Abbaye de la Cour-Dieu, Extraits des deux obituaires, p. 171. 

[87] Arbois de Jubainville, Tome VI, 3703, p. 74. 

[88] Yonne, Tome II, CCXXVI, p. 242. 

[89] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 65. 

[90] Orval, CLVII, p. 195. 

[91] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1239, MGH SS XXIII, p. 945. 

[92] Miraeus (Le Mire) (1723), Tome I, Notitia Ecclesiarum Belgii, CXXXIII, p. 730. 

[93] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1239, MGH SS XXIII, p. 945. 

[94] Orval, CLVII, p. 195. 

[95] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1239, MGH SS XXIII, p. 945. 

[96] Ourscamp Notre-Dame DCCLIV, p. 459. 

[97] Ourscamp Notre-Dame CCXXIV, p. 137. 

[98] Ourscamp Notre-Dame CCXV, p. 133. 

[99] Saint-Amand, L, p. 200. 

[100] Saint-Amand, LIII, p. 202. 

[101] Genealogica Comitum Flandriæ Bertiniana, Continuatio Leidensis et Divionensis (Cod. Divion. et Cisterc. addunt), MGH SS IX, p. 308. 

[102] Matthew Paris, Vol. V, 1254, p. 435. 

[103] Annales Blandinienses 1256, MGH SS V, p. 31. 

[104] Poull (1991), p. 71. 

[105] Duchesne (1625) Vergy, Preuves, p. 199. 

[106] Duchesne (1625) Vergy, Preuves, p. 199. 

[107] Duchesne (1625) Vergy, Preuves, p. 199. 

[108] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 517. 

[109] Birth date estimated from his father having been imprisoned between Jul 1253 and early 1257. 

[110] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 517. 

[111] Savetiez ‘Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1889), p. 69 citing “Chronique de Huiron, Manuscrit de Vaveray, art. Troisfontaines”. 

[112] Chronique des comtes d’Eu, RHGF, Tome XXIII, p. 444. 

[113] Bert M. Kamp in a private email to the author dated 15 Oct 2010.  

[114] Savetiez ‘Maison de Dampierre-Saint-Dizier’ (1885), p. 69 citing “Chronique de Huiron, Manuscrit de Vaveray, art. Troisfontaines”. 

[115] Duchesne (1621) Châtillon, p. 359-60, and Preuves, p. 216. 

[116] Duchesne (Dreux, Broyes et Châteauvillain) (1631), Broyes et Châteauvillain, Preuves, p. 40. 

[117] Duchesne (1631), Bar, Preuves, p. 68. 

[118] Inventaire sommaire - Doubs série B (1883), Tome I, B. 62, p. 34.  

[119] Inventaire sommaire - Doubs série B (1883), Tome I, B. 62, p. 34.  

[120] Inventaire sommaire - Doubs série B (1883), Tome I, B. 62, p. 34.  

[121] Duchesne (1631), Bar, Preuves, p. 68. 

[122] Duchesne (1631), Bar, Preuves, p. 67. 

[123] Duchesne (1631), Bar, Preuves, p. 67. 

[124] Duchesne (1631), Bar, Preuves, p. 67. 

[125] Duchesne (1631), Bar, Preuves, p. 67. 

[126] Duchesne (1631), Bar, Preuves, p. 68. 

[127] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1055, MGH SS XXIII, p. 790. 

[128] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1055, MGH SS XXIII, p. 790. 

[129] ES VII 6. 

[130] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1055, MGH SS XXIII, p. 790. 

[131] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, p. 4. 

[132] RHGF, Tome X, IX, p. 495. 

[133] RHGF, Tome X, XLII, p. 613. 

[134] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1055, MGH SS XXIII, p. 790. 

[135] Simonnet (1876), p. 15. 

[136] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 3, p. 241. 

[137] Montiérender 44, p. 171. 

[138] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1055, MGH SS XXIII, p. 790. 

[139] Simonnet (1876), p. 22. 

[140] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 7, p. 242, citing 1er cart. de Montiérender f. 57 v. 

[141] Chronique de Saint-Bénigne-de-Dijon, pp. 380-1. 

[142] Simonnet (1876), p. 22. 

[143] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 15, p. 245, citing Bibl. nat. Coll. Duchesne, vol. 20 f. 35 r. 

[144] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[145] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[146] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 104. 

[147] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[148] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 104. 

[149] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[150] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 104. 

[151] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1080, MGH SS XXIII, p. 799. 

[152] Simonnet (1876), p. 22. 

[153] Chronique de Saint-Bénigne-de-Dijon, pp. 380-1. 

[154] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 15, p. 245, citing Bibl. nat. Coll. Duchesne, vol. 20 f. 35 r. 

[155] Simonnet (1876), p. 22. 

[156] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 10, p. 243, citing Arch. de la Côte d'Or, H 251, and Duchesne, vol. 20, p. 338. 

[157] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1080, MGH SS XXIII, p. 799. 

[158] Montériender 58, p. 188 (which does not refer to "son aïeul Etienne", and Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 11, p. 243, citing 1er cart. de Montiérender f. 92 v, and Mabillon Ann. Bened. V, p. 642. 

[159] Molesme, Tome II, 85, p. 90. 

[160] Burke’s Peerage, Vol. I, p. 833. 

[161] Ex continuatione Historiæ Aimoni Monachi Floriacensis, RHGF XI, p. 276. 

[162] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 10, p. 243, citing Arch. de la Côte d'Or, H 251, and Duchesne, vol. 20, p. 338. 

[163] Montériender 58, p. 188 (which does not refer to "son aïeul Etienne", and Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 11, p. 243, citing 1er cart. de Montiérender f. 92 v, and Mabillon Ann. Bened. V, p. 642. 

[164] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[165] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 15, p. 245, citing Bibl. nat. Coll. Duchesne, vol. 20 f. 35 r. 

[166] ES VII 6. 

[167] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[168] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 15, p. 245, citing Bibl. nat. Coll. Duchesne, vol. 20 f. 35 r. 

[169] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 24, p. 247, citing Bibl. nat. Coll. Moreau, vol. 55, p. 139. 

[170] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 26, p. 247, citing a mention in Jolibois, La Haute-Marne, p. 474, v. Ruetz, d'après une copie. 

[171] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[172] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 24, p. 247, citing Bibl. nat. Coll. Moreau, vol. 55, p. 139. 

[173] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 26, p. 247, citing a mention in Jolibois, La Haute-Marne, p. 474, v. Ruetz, d'après une copie. 

[174] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[175] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[176] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 24, p. 247, citing Bibl. nat. Coll. Moreau, vol. 55, p. 139. 

[177] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 26, p. 247, citing a mention in Jolibois, La Haute-Marne, p. 474, v. Ruetz, d'après une copie. 

[178] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 28, p. 248, citing Arch. nat. L 1045, no. 1, and Gallia Christiana, VII, instrumenta, col 192-193. 

[179] Hugo (1736), Tome II, Probationes, col. ccccv. 

[180] ES VII 6. 

[181] Molesmes (1864), p. 273. 

[182] Chapelle-aux-Planches 20, p. 19. 

[183] Documents Vosges, Tome V, p. 3 (in second part of the book from 375/442). 

[184] Simonnet (1876), p. 56. 

[185] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[186] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 28, p. 248, citing Arch. nat. L 1045, no. 1, and Gallia Christiana, VII, instrumenta, col 192-193. 

[187] Hugo (1736), Tome II, Probationes, col. ccccv. 

[188] Chapelle-aux-Planches 20, p. 19. 

[189] Andécy (2), p. 101. 

[190] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 28, p. 248, citing Arch. nat. L 1045, no. 1, and Gallia Christiana, VII, instrumenta, col 192-193. 

[191] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[192] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[193] Chapelle-aux-Planches 20, p. 19. 

[194] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 53, p. 254, citing mention, V. f. 87, r, d'après un inventaire des arch. du château de Joinville, II, 459. 

[195] Documents Vosges, Tome VII, p. 7. 

[196] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 125, p. 270, citing B. f. 279 v. 

[197] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[198] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 28, p. 248, citing Arch. nat. L 1045, no. 1, and Gallia Christiana, VII, instrumenta, col 192-193. 

[199] Hugo (1736), Tome II, Probationes, col. ccccv. 

[200] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[201] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 28, p. 248, citing Arch. nat. L 1045, no. 1, and Gallia Christiana, VII, instrumenta, col 192-193. 

[202] Annales Sancti Petri Catalaunensis, MGH SS XVI, p. 489. 

[203] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1163, MGH SS XXIII, p. 847. 

[204] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1163, MGH SS XXIII, p. 847. 

[205] Annales Sancti Petri Catalaunensis, MGH SS XVI, p. 490. 

[206] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1190, MGH SS XXIII, p. 866. 

[207] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 28, p. 248, citing Arch. nat. L 1045, no. 1, and Gallia Christiana, VII, instrumenta, col 192-193. 

[208] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[209] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[210] ES XI 36. 

[211] Hugo (1736), Tome II, Probationes, col. ccccv. 

[212] Molesme, Tome II, 85, p. 90. 

[213] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 28, p. 248, citing Arch. nat. L 1045, no. 1, and Gallia Christiana, VII, instrumenta, col 192-193. 

[214] Chapelle-aux-Planches 20, p. 19. 

[215] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[216] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 53, p. 254, citing mention, V. f. 87, r, d'après un inventaire des arch. du château de Joinville, II, 459. 

[217] Andécy (2), p. 101. 

[218] Simonnet (1876), p. 68. 

[219] Simonnet (1876), p. 68. 

[220] Simonnet (1876), p. 71. 

[221] Simonnet (1876), p. 69. 

[222] Simonnet (1876), p. 68. 

[223] Simonnet (1876), p. 71. 

[224] Boulancourt, p. 54. 

[225] Simonnet (1876), p. 87. 

[226] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1201, MGH SS XXIII, p. 879. 

[227] Simonnet (1876), p. 68. 

[228] Simonnet (1876), p. 71. 

[229] Simonnet (1876), p. 85. 

[230] Boulancourt, p. 54. 

[231] Simonnet (1876), p. 86. 

[232] Simonnet (1876), p. 87. 

[233] Villehardouin (1963), I, p. 30. 

[234] Chantereau le Febvre (1662), Autres preuves par les Actes, p. 20. 

[235] Andécy (2), Maisons des Bonhommes de Mathons, p. 133. 

[236] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1201, MGH SS XXIII, p. 879. 

[237] Simonnet (1876), p. 68. 

[238] Boulancourt, p. 54. 

[239] Villehardouin (1963), I, p. 30. 

[240] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1201, MGH SS XXIII, p. 879. 

[241] Boulancourt, p. 54. 

[242] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1208, MGH SS XXIII, p. 889. 

[243] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1219, MGH SS XXIII, p. 909. 

[244] Annales S. Nicasii Remenses, MGH SS XIII, p. 85. 

[245] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1226, MGH SS XXIII, p. 918. 

[246] Annales S. Nicasii Remenses, MGH SS XIII, p. 85. 

[247] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1201, MGH SS XXIII, p. 879. 

[248] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 100, p. 264, citing Arch. de la Haute-Marne, La Crête, 3e liasse, 9e dossier. 

[249] Documents Vosges, Tome VII, p. 14. 

[250] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 6ème Partie, p. 145. 

[251] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1201, MGH SS XXIII, p. 879. 

[252] Layettes du Trésor des Chartes V, 215, p. 75. 

[253] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 321, p. 314. 

[254] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 216, p. 291. 

[255] Père Anselme, Tome VI, p. 142. 

[256] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 223, p. 293. 

[257] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 224, p. 293. 

[258] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 364, p. 323. 

[259] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 388, p. 329. 

[260] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 346, p. 320. 

[261] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 386, p. 328. 

[262] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 434, p. 338. 

[263] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 386, p. 347. 

[264] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 386, p. 328. 

[265] Père Anselme, Tome VI, p. 700. 

[266] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 386, p. 347. 

[267] Père Anselme, Tome VI, p. 700. 

[268] Natalis de Wailly ‘Actes en langue vulgaire Lorraine’ (1878), Tome XXVIII, 2e partie, 274, p. 191. 

[269] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 690, p. 399. 

[270] ES III.3 428. 

[271] Faget de Casteljau ‘Choiseul’ (1972), p. 163. 

[272] Père Anselme, Tome VI, p. 700. 

[273] Natalis de Wailly ‘Actes en langue vulgaire Lorraine’ (1878), Tome XXVIII, 2e partie, 274, p. 191. 

[274] Père Anselme, Tome VI, p. 700. 

[275] Le Cabinet Historique, Tome X (1864), Maison de Choiseul, p. 255. 

[276] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 489, p. 352. 

[277] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 716, p. 405. 

[278] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 806, p. 425. 

[279] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 716, p. 405. 

[280] ES VII 10, extinct in the male line 1336. 

[281] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 402, p. 332. 

[282] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 510, p. 357. 

[283] ES VII 10, extinct in the male line [1370/72]. 

[284] Père Anselme, Tome I, p. 512. 

[285] Boutaric (1863), Tome I, 2708, p. 265. 

[286] Père Anselme, Tome I, p. 512, Tome VI, p. 700.  

[287] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 788, p. 422. 

[288] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, Appendice, 2, p. 463. 

[289] ES VII 10, extinct in the male line after 1340. 

[290] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 489, p. 352. 

[291] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1201, MGH SS XXIII, p. 879. 

[292] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1201, MGH SS XXIII, p. 879. 

[293] Boulancourt, p. 54. 

[294] Simonnet (1876), p. 110. 

[295] Andécy (2), Maisons des Bonhommes de Mathons, p. 133. 

[296] Floreffe, 65, p. 37. 

[297] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1216, MGH SS XXIII, p. 903. 

[298] Simonnet (1876), p. 120. 

[299] Simonnet (1876), p. 113. 

[300] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 189, p. 285, citing Arch. nat. J 1035, no. 11. 

[301] Simonnet (1876), p. 111. 

[302] Simonnet (1876), p. 112. 

[303] Simonnet (1876), p. 126. 

[304] Floreffe, 65, p. 37. 

[305] Boulancourt, p. 58. 

[306] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 178, p. 282, citing Cart. de Clairvaux, Elemosinæ, p. 82, and ed. Champollion-Figeac, I, 618. 

[307] Layettes du Trésor des Chartes V, 239, p. 81. 

[308] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 198, p. 287, citing Eltester and Goerz, Urkundenbuch zur Geschichte…Coblenz und Trier, III, 84, no. 85. 

[309] State Archives, volume 104, page 22, fascicules 15, and Wurstenberger (1858), Vol. IV, 764, p. 443. 

[310] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 245, p. 297, citing Collection de Laubespin. 

[311] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 254, p. 300, citing mention V, f. 90 r, d'après les arch. de la Chambre des comptes de Dijon, Fiefs du comté

[312] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 242, p. 297, citing Arch. de la Côte-d'Or, copie Bibl. nat. Coll. Duchesne, vol 20, p. 339. 

[313] Simonnet (1876), p. 194. 

[314] Boulancourt, p. 59. 

[315] Guillaume (1757), Tome I, Preuves, p. 165. 

[316] Chifflet Beatrix (1656), Preuves, p. 93. 

[317] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 178, p. 282, citing Cart. de Clairvaux, Elemosinæ, p. 82, and ed. Champollion-Figeac, I, 618. 

[318] Layettes du Trésor des Chartes V, 239, p. 81. 

[319] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 265, p. 302, citing Bibl. nat., Liber principium, Cinq-Cents de Colbert, Vol. 57, p. 475. 

[320] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 178, p. 282, citing Cart. de Clairvaux, Elemosinæ, p. 82, and ed. Champollion-Figeac, I, 618. 

[321] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 290, p. 308, citing analyse, Bibl. nat., lat. 17048, p. 522, d'après le cart. d'Ecurey. 

[322] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 305, p. 311, citing analayse, Bibl. nat. lat. 17048, p. 523, d'après le cart. d'Ecurey. 

[323] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 178, p. 282, citing Cart. de Clairvaux, Elemosinæ, p. 82, and ed. Champollion-Figeac, I, 618. 

[324] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 373, p. 325, citing Eltester and Goerz, Urkundenbuch zur Geschichte…Coblenz und Trier, III, 1386, no. 1000. 

[325] Hugues de Chalon, 45, p. 38. 

[326] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 302, p. 311, citing Cart. de Boulancourt, no. 358, Bibl. nat. Coll. Duchesne, vol. 20, p. 334. 

[327] Hugues de Chalon 45, p. 38. 

[328] Guillaume (1757), Tome I, Preuves, p. 165. 

[329] Mallet ‘Savoie dans Genève’ (1849), Pièces justificatives, XXIV, p. 311. 

[330] Mallet ‘Savoie dans Genève’ (1849), Pièces justificatives, XXVII, p. 312. 

[331] State Archives, volume 104, page 22, fascicules 15, and Wurstenberger (1858), Vol. IV, 764, p. 443. 

[332] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 337, p. 318, citing Regeste genevois, no. 843. 

[333] Mallet ‘Savoie dans Genève’ (1849), Pièces justificatives, XXIV, p. 311. 

[334] Mallet ‘Savoie dans Genève’ (1849), Pièces justificatives, XXIV, p. 311. 

[335] Calendar of Documents Ireland, Vol. II, 645, p. 105. 

[336] Calendar of Documents Ireland, Vol. II, 647, p. 105. 

[337] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 317, p. 314, citing Cart. de S. Laurent, f. 76 v. 

[338] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 320, p. 314, citing Cart. de S. Laurent, f. 24, r, Bibl. nat. fr. 11559, and ed. Sim., p. 220. 

[339] Petit, Vol. V, p. 439. 

[340] Finot (1886), p. 94, footnote (2), citing Cartulaire de Faucogney, Archives de la Côte-d’Or, B. 10441, no. 60. 

[341] Guillaume (1757), Tome I, Preuves, p. 165. 

[342] Finot (1886), p. 88, footnote (1), quoting Archives de la Côte-d’Or, B. 10441, Cartulaire de Faucogney, no. 50. 

[343] Mémoires Franche-Comté VIII (1908), CCXCI, p. 262. 

[344] Finot 'Héluyse de Joinville' (1876), p. 533. 

[345] Finot 'Héluyse de Joinville' (1876), p. 534. 

[346] Inventaire sommaire - Doubs série B (1883), Tome I, B. 350, p. 146.  

[347] Finot 'Héluyse de Joinville' (1876), p. 537. 

[348] Finot 'Héluyse de Joinville' (1876), p. 538.  

[349] Wailly (1868), XXIII, p. 38. 

[350] Hugues de Chalon 45, p. 38. 

[351] Documents Vosges, Tome I, p. 170. 

[352] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 446, p. 341, citing Arch. de la Meuse, Abbaye d’Ecurey

[353] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, p. 162 footnote 3) from previous page. 

[354] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 266, p. 302, citing Bibl. nat., Liber principium, Cinq-Cents de Colbert, Vol. 57, p. 476, and ed. Chantereau, II, 213. 

[355] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 400, p. 331, citing ed. Bouillevaux, Notice sur Benoîtevaux, p. 28. 

[356] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 446, p. 341, citing Arch. de la Meuse, Abbaye d’Ecurey

[357] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 577, p. 373. 

[358] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 446, p. 341, citing Arch. de la Meuse, Abbaye d’Ecurey

[359] Lebeuf (1848), Tome I, p. 450, footnote (2) (no citation reference). 

[360] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 477, p. 349. 

[361] Arbois de Jubainville, Tome VI, 3770, p. 86. 

[362] Garnier (1868), Vol. II, CCCLXXXIV, p. 338. 

[363] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 688 bis, p. 398. 

[364] Lebeuf (1848), Tome I, p. 450, footnote (2) (no citation reference). 

[365] Arbois de Jubainville, Tome VI, 3770, p. 86. 

[366] Garnier (1868), Vol. II, CCCLXXXIV, p. 338. 

[367] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 586, p. 375, citing Arch. de Naples, Registro Angioino 9, fo. 154. 

[368] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 688 bis, p. 398. 

[369] ES VII 7, extinct in the male line after 1383. 

[370] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 688 bis, p. 398. 

[371] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 709, p. 403. 

[372] Arbois de Jubainville (1855), p. 332. 

[373] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 688 bis, p. 398. 

[374] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 709, p. 403. 

[375] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 734, p. 410. 

[376] Rheinlande Vatikanischen, Band II, 3032, p. 405. 

[377] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 924, p. 452. 

[378] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 928, p. 453. 

[379] Dumont (1843), Vol. I, p. 122 (no citation reference to the charter). 

[380] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 446, p. 341, citing Arch. de la Meuse, Abbaye d’Ecurey

[381] Lalore (1885), p. 259, citing Histoire manuscrit de Chacenay

[382] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 688 bis, p. 398. 

[383] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 601, p. 378, citing Cart. de S. Laurent, f. 5 r. 

[384] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 688, p. 398. 

[385] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 708, p. 403. 

[386] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 717, p. 405. 

[387] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 577, p. 373. 

[388] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 652, p. 389. 

[389] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, p. 177. 

[390] Lalore (1885), p. 259, citing Histoire manuscrit de Chacenay

[391] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 652, p. 389. 

[392] Lalore (1885), p. 259, citing Histoire manuscrit de Chacenay

[393] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 671, p. 394. 

[394] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 688 bis, p. 398. 

[395] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 711, p. 404. 

[396] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 767, p. 417. 

[397] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 769, p. 418. 

[398] Germain ‘Fragment comté de Vaudémont – Ancel de Joinville’ (1884), 4, p. 238. 

[399] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 754, p. 414. 

[400] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 810, p. 426. 

[401] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 870, p. 440. 

[402] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 894, p. 445, citing Arch. nat. J 149 no. 68. 

[403] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 895, p. 446, citing Arch. nat. J 396 no. 20. 

[404] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 909, p. 449, citing Arch. nat. X i A 10, f 66 r. 

[405] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 909, p. 449, citing Arch. nat. X i A 10, f 66 r. 

[406] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 920, p. 451. 

[407] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 996, p. 469. 

[408] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, p. 214. 

[409] Duchesne (1631), Luxembourg, Preuves, p. 94. 

[410] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 938, p. 455. 

[411] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 939, p. 456. 

[412] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1017, p. 474. 

[413] Père Anselme, Tome VI, p. 696. 

[414] Simonnet (1876), Acte concernant Jean de Bourgogne, p. 304. 

[415] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1022, p. 475. 

[416] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1039, p. 479. 

[417] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1045, p. 480. 

[418] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 324. 

[419] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1053, p. 482. 

[420] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1069, p. 486. 

[421] Père Anselme, Tome VI, p. 696. 

[422] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1022, p. 475. 

[423] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1039, p. 479. 

[424] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1039, p. 479. 

[425] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1053, p. 482. 

[426] Duchesne (1625) Vergy, Preuves, p. 380. 

[427] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 717, p. 405. 

[428] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 671, p. 394. 

[429] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 688 bis, p. 398. 

[430] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 711, p. 404. 

[431] ES VII 6, extinct in the male line after 1420. 

[432] Lalore (1885), p. 259, citing Histoire manuscrit de Chacenay

[433] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 660, p. 391, citing Du Cange, p. 23, d'après un original conserve au château de Polisy, and Jolibois La Haute-Marne, p. 268 col. 1. 

[434] Chapelle-aux-Planches, 78, p. 76. 

[435] Lalore (1885), 217, p. 111, quoting Boutaric (1863) Actes du Parlement de Paris, Tome II, p. 525, no. 7243. 

[436] La Chapelle-aux-Planches 82, p. 81.  

[437] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 302, p. 311, citing Cart. de Boulancourt, no. 358, Bibl. nat. Coll. Duchesne, vol. 20, p. 334. 

[438] Hugues de Chalon 45, p. 38. 

[439] Documents Vosges, Tome I, p. 170. 

[440] Dugdale Monasticon, Vol. V, Dore Abbey, Herefordshire, III, p. 554. 

[441] Calendar of Documents Ireland, Vol. II, 2163, p. 500. 

[442] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 616, p. 381. 

[443] Matthew Paris, Vol. V, 1249, pp. 90-1. 

[444] Dugdale Monasticon VI, Lanthony Abbey, Gloucestershire, II, Fundatorum progenies, pp. 135-6. 

[445] Dugdale Monasticon V, Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire V, In Chronicis Abbatiæ Tynterne in Wallia, p. 270.   

[446] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 339, p. 318, citing Calendar of Documents Ireland, Vol. II, no. 69. 

[447] Dugdale Monasticon, Vol. V, Dore Abbey, Herefordshire, III, p. 554. 

[448] Calendar of Documents Ireland, Vol. II, 2163, p. 500. 

[449] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 616, p. 381. 

[450] Dugdale Monasticon V, Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire V, In Chronicis Abbatiæ Tynterne in Wallia, p. 270.   

[451] Dugdale Monasticon V, Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire V, In Chronicis Abbatiæ Tynterne in Wallia, p. 270.   

[452] Calendar of Documents Ireland, Vol. II, 2163, p. 500. 

[453] Dugdale Monasticon V, Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire V, In Chronicis Abbatiæ Tynterne in Wallia, p. 270.   

[454] Documents historiques Limousin bas-Latins (1883), Tome I, LXXXV, p. 204. 

[455] Dugdale Monasticon V, Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire V, In Chronicis Abbatiæ Tynterne in Wallia, p. 270.   

[456] Dugdale Monasticon V, Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire V, In Chronicis Abbatiæ Tynterne in Wallia, p. 270.   

[457] Dugdale Monasticon VI, Wigmore Abbey, Herefordshire, III, Fundationis et Fundatorum Historia, p. 351. 

[458] Dugdale Monasticon VI, Lanthony Abbey, Gloucestershire, II, Fundatorum progenies, p. 136. 

[459] Dugdale Monasticon V, Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire V, In Chronicis Abbatiæ Tynterne in Wallia, p. 270.   

[460] Dugdale Monasticon VI, Lanthony Abbey, Gloucestershire, II, Fundatorum progenies, p. 136. 

[461] Dugdale Monasticon V, Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire V, In Chronicis Abbatiæ Tynterne in Wallia, p. 270.   

[462] Dugdale Monasticon VI, Lanthony Abbey, Gloucestershire, II, Fundatorum progenies, p. 136. 

[463] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 616, p. 381. 

[464] Bonnabelle ‘Vaucouleurs’ (1879), Pièces justificatives, II, p. 76. 

[465] RHGF, Tome XXII, p. 385. 

[466] Bonnabelle ‘Vaucouleurs’ (1879), Pièces justificatives, II, p. 76. 

[467] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 841, p. 433. 

[468] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 739, p. 411. 

[469] Bonnabelle ‘Vaucouleurs’ (1879), Pièces justificatives, III, p. 81. 

[470] Luce (1886), Preuves, VI, p. 7. 

[471] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 887, p. 444. 

[472] Bonnabelle ‘Vaucouleurs’ (1879), Pièces justificatives, III, p. 81. 

[473] Georges ‘Pouan’ (1882), p. 238. 

[474] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 991, p. 467. 

[475] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1014, p. 473. 

[476] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1021, p. 475. 

[477] Hariot ‘Recherches sur le canton de Méry-sur-Seine’ (1863), p. 322 (I am grateful to Jean Bunot for highlighting this document by email 5 May 2016)

[478] Père Anselme, Tome VI, p. 698. 

[479] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, p. 229. 

[480] Père Anselme, Tome VI, p. 698. 

[481] Collection universelle des mémoires particuliers relatifs à l’histoire de France, Tome I (London, Paris 1785), p. cxvii, citing “Compte de la Baillie de Troyes de l’an 1379” (I am grateful to Jean Bunot for highlighting this document by email 9 Apr 2016 and for his thoughts on tracing Marguerite’s parentage). 

[482] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1028, p. 476. 

[483] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1069, p. 486. 

[484] ES XVIII 144. 

[485] Hariot ‘Méry-sur-Seine’ (1863), p. 322. 

[486] ES XVIII 144. 

[487] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 797, p. 423. 

[488] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 912, p. 450. 

[489] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 914, p. 450. 

[490] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 914, p. 450. 

[491] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 616, p. 381. 

[492] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 751, p. 414. 

[493] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 616, p. 381. 

[494] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 751, p. 414. 

[495] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 616, p. 381. 

[496] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 616, p. 381. 

[497] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 616, p. 381. 

[498] Fahne (1858), Band II, 105, p. 66. 

[499] Catalogue Ancient Deeds, Vol. I. B. 532, p. 264. 

[500] Calendar of Documents Ireland, Vol. II, 2163, p. 500. 

[501] CP X 17. 

[502] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 797, p. 423. 

[503] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 912, p. 450. 

[504] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 914, p. 450. 

[505] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 936, p. 455. 

[506] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 938, p. 455. 

[507] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 949, p. 458. 

[508] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 956, p. 459. 

[509] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 991, p. 467. 

[510] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 991, p. 467. 

[511] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1042, p. 479. 

[512] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 324. 

[513] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 324. 

[514] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 324. 

[515] ES XIII 3. 

[516] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 324. 

[517] Delaborde, Seigneurs de Joinville, Actes, 1051, p. 482. 

[518] Luce (1886), p. 146, footnote 3. 

[519] Luce (1886), Preuves, XCVII, p. 146. 

[520] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), pp. 440-58. 

[521] Moranvillé ‘Origine de la maison de Ramerupt-Roucy’ (1925), pp. 168-84. 

[522] Tardif, J. (1866) Monuments historiques (Paris), 284, p. 175. 

[523] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), p. 440, citing L’Art de vérifier les dates, Tome II, p. 751. 

[524] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), p. 440, citing Historia S. Balsemii, Camuzat, N. (1610) Promptuarium sacrarum antiquitatem Tricassinæ diœcesis, fol. 336 r-v. 

[525] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), p. 441, citing Historia S. Balsemii, Camuzat Promptuarium, fol. 336 r, and Historia S. Bercharii, Camuzat Promptuarium, fol. 94 v & 95 r. 

[526] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 989, MGH SS XXIII, p. 775. 

[527] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 989, MGH SS XXIII, p. 775 and RHGF, Tome X, p. 287. 

[528] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 989, MGH SS XXIII, p. 775. 

[529] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), p. 441. 

[530] Chartres Notre-Dame, Tome I, XIII, p. 87. 

[531] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 10 and 11, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[532] Tardif, J. (1866) Monuments historiques (Paris), 284, p. 175. 

[533] Chartres Notre-Dame, Tome I, XIII, p. 87. 

[534] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), p. 441. 

[535] Chartres Notre-Dame, Tome I, XIII, p. 87. 

[536] Arbois de Jubainville (1859) Tome I, XXXV, p. 468. 

[537] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 11 and 12, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[538] Gesta Episcoporum Cameracensium Continuatio, Gesta Pontificum abbreviata per canonicum Cameracensem, 8, MGH SS VII, p. 505. 

[539] Chartres Notre-Dame, Tome I, XIII, p. 87. 

[540] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 10 and 11, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[541] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 3 and 11, MGH SS XIII, pp. 252 and 254. 

[542] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1031 and 1070, MGH SS XXIII, pp. 783 and 796. 

[543] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 11, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[544] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1085, MGH SS XXIII, p. 800. 

[545] Varin (1844) Statuts, Vol. I, p. 92. 

[546] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 11, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[547] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 11, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[548] Chartres Notre-Dame, Tome I, XIII, p. 87. 

[549] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 10 and 11, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[550] Chartres Notre-Dame, Tome I, XIII, p. 87. 

[551] Arbois de Jubainville, Tome I, XXXV, p. 468. 

[552] Montiérender 42, p. 169. 

[553] Ex Hermanni Laudunensis Monacii de Miraculis B. Mariæ Laudunensis, RHGF XII, p. 268. 

[554] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1031, MGH SS XXIII, p. 783. 

[555] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 10 and 11, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[556] Duchesne (1621) Châtillon, Preuves, p. 18. 

[557] Duchesne (1621) Châtillon, pp. 20 & 21. 

[558] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1063, MGH SS XXIII, p. 794. 

[559] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1063, MGH SS XXIII, p. 794.  

[560] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 13, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[561] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), Pièces Justificatives, I, p. 451. 

[562] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), Pièces Justificatives, I, p. 451. 

[563] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), Pièces Justificatives, I, p. 451. 

[564] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 13, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[565] Annales Sancti Petri Catalaunensis, MGH SS XVI, p. 489. 

[566] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1121, MGH SS XXIII, p. 824. 

[567] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), Pièces Justificatives, II, p. 456. 

[568] Annales Sancti Petri Catalaunensis, MGH SS XVI, p. 489. 

[569] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1126, MGH SS XXIII, p. 826. 

[570] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 13, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[571] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), Pièces Justificatives, I, p. 451. 

[572] Molesme, Tome II, 240, p. 224. 

[573] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 13, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[574] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), Pièces Justificatives, I, p. 451. 

[575] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 13, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[576] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1107, MGH SS XXIII, p. 818. 

[577] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 13, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[578] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 14, MGH SS XIII, pp. 254-5. 

[579] Orderic Vitalis (Chibnall), Vol. IV, Book  VIII, pp. 161 and 331, and Vol. VI, Book XIII, p. 395. 

[580] Orderic Vitalis (Chibnall), Vol. VI, Book XIII, p. 397. 

[581] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1063, MGH SS XXIII, p. 794. 

[582] Orderic Vitalis (Chibnall), Vol. VI, Book XIII, p. 395. 

[583] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 15, MGH SS XIII, p. 255. 

[584] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1063, MGH SS XXIII, p. 794. 

[585] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 16, MGH SS XIII, p. 255. 

[586] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1063, MGH SS XXIII, p. 794. 

[587] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 17, MGH SS XIII, p. 255. 

[588] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1063, MGH SS XXIII, p. 794. 

[589] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 52. 

[590] Pécheur (1851), p. 57. 

[591] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 18, MGH SS XIII, p. 255. 

[592] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1063, MGH SS XXIII, p. 794. 

[593] Veterum Scriptorum, Tome I, col. 472. 

[594] Ardenne Saint-Hubert, Tome I, XXII, p. 23. 

[595] Foppens (1748), Tome IV, Pars IV, III, p. 504. 

[596] Hanquet (1906), 16, p. 37. 

[597] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 19, MGH SS XIII, p. 255. 

[598] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1063, MGH SS XXIII, p. 794. 

[599] Hermanni Monachi de miraculis S. Mariæ Laudunensis, Liber I, II, Patrologia Latina, Tome CLVI, col. 966. 

[600] Szabolcs de Vajay ‘Ramire II’ (1966), p. 730, quoting Necrologio de San Victorián

[601] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1063, MGH SS XXIII, p. 794. 

[602] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 20, MGH SS XIII, p. 256. 

[603] Monumenta Historiæ Tornacensi, MGH SS XIV, p. 268. 

[604] Crónica de San Juan de la Peña, XVII, p. 51. 

[605] Pamplona, 38, p. 63. 

[606] The first date at which Queen Felicia is referred to with her husband in documentation, Szabolcs de Vajay ‘Ramire II’ (1966), p. 730 footnote 24. 

[607] Basse-Fontaine 1, p. 1. 

[608] Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis 13, MGH SS XIII, p. 254. 

[609] Bibliothèque de l'Ecole des Chartes 1861, 5e série, t. 2, p. 456. 

[610] Basse-Fontaine 5, p. 6. 

[611] Basse-Fontaine 15, p. 20. 

[612] Basse-Fontaine 7, p. 13. 

[613] Pontigny, 80, p. 149. 

[614] Pontigny, 82, p. 151. 

[615] William of Tyre Continuator, XXVII.XIV, p. 234. 

[616] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), Pièces Justificatives, IV, p. 458. 

[617] Gisleberti Chronicon Hanoniense, MGH SS XXI, p. 579. 

[618] Runciman (1952/1978), Vol. 3, p. 26. 

[619] Pontigny, 82, p. 151. 

[620] Pontigny, 83, p. 152. 

[621] Patrologia Latina, Vol. CCXVI, Innocentii III PP Regestorum Lib. XVI, IX, X and XII, cols. 979 and 982. 

[622] Montiéramy 109, p. 139. 

[623] Yonne (suite), 63, p. 28. 

[624] Yonne (suite), 103, p. 46. 

[625] Pontigny, 82, p. 151. 

[626] Arbois de Jubainville ‘Les premiers seigneurs de Ramerupt’ (1861), Pièces Justificatives, IV, p. 458. 

[627] William of Tyre, XXXI.VIII, p. 319. 

[628] Yonne (suite), 24, p. 11. 

[629] Yonne (suite), 103, p. 46. 

[630] ES III 686. 

[631] Mas de Latrie (1855), Vol. 3, p. 614. 

[632] Chartes du Clermontois, X, p. 71. 

[633] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[634] ES III 686. 

[635] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1196, MGH SS XXIII, p. 874. 

[636] William of Tyre, XXXI.VIII, p. 319. 

[637] Röhricht (1893) 860, p. 230. 

[638] Roberti Canonici S Mariani Autissiodorensis Chronicon 1214, MGH SS XXVI, p. 277. 

[639] Annales S. Benigni Divionensis 1216, MGH SS V, p. 49. 

[640] Tulle Saint-Martin no. 610, p. 355. 

[641] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[642] Tulle Saint-Martin no. 611, p. 356. 

[643] Lignages d'Outremer, Le Vaticanus Latinus 7806, El parentado del conte de Campagna, p. 164. 

[644] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[645] Petit, Vol. IV, 2846, p. 427. 

[646] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 120. 

[647] Tulle Saint-Martin no. 613, p. 358. 

[648] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, Appendice, 2, p. 464. 

[649] Lignages d'Outremer, Le Vaticanus Latinus 7806, El parentado del conte de Campagna, p. 164. 

[650] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[651] Lignages d'Outremer, Le Vaticanus Latinus 7806, El parentado del conte de Campagna, p. 164. 

[652] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[653] Duchesne (1621) Châtillon, p. 619, no citation reference. 

[654] Lignages d'Outremer, Le Vaticanus Latinus 7806, El parentado del conte de Campagna, p. 164. 

[655] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[656] ES III 686. 

[657] Van de Putte ‘Généalogie des châtelains de Dixmude’ (1861), pp. 176-7, and Saint-Genois (1782), Tome I, between pp. xlviii & xlix. 

[658] Lignages d'Outremer, Le Vaticanus Latinus 7806, El parentado del conte de Campagna, p. 164. 

[659] Lignages d'Outremer, Le Vaticanus Latinus 7806, El parentado del conte de Campagna, p. 164. 

[660] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[661] Montiéramey, 388, p. 354. 

[662] Lignages d'Outremer, Le Vaticanus Latinus 7806, El parentado del conte de Campagna, p. 164. 

[663] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[664] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[665] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 110. 

[666] Arbois de Jubainville, Tome VI, 3454, p. 29. 

[667] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 117. 

[668] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 117. 

[669] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[670] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[671] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[672] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 111. 

[673] Père Anselme, Tome VI, p. 650 (no citation reference). 

[674] Père Anselme, Tome VI, p. 650 (no citation reference). 

[675] Yonne (suite), 317, p. 139. 

[676] ES III 686.