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TROYES

 

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Chapter 1.                TROYES. 2

A.         COMTES de TROYES.. 2

B.         COMTES de TROYES -1071, COMTES d'AUMÂLE 1084-1196 (COMTES de BLOIS) 7

C.        VICOMTES de TROYES.. 10

Chapter 2.                NOBILITY in TROYES. 11

A.         SEIGNEURS de CHAPPES.. 11

B.         SEIGNEURS de NANGIS, VICOMTES de PROVINS.. 22

C.        SEIGNEURS de NOGENT-sur-SEINE.. 33

D.        SEIGNEURS de PLANCY.. 35

E.         SEIGNEURS de PROVINS.. 42

F.         SEIGNEURS de TRAÎNEL. 44

 

 

 

Troyes is located east of Sens in the present-day French département of Aube.  It lay within the pagus Tricassinus, the largest of the five pagi within the episcopal diocese of Troyes[1]

 

 

 

Chapter 1.    TROYES

 

 

 

A.      COMTES de TROYES

 

 

Comtes de Troyes are recorded in primary sources from the early 9th century. 

 

 

1.         ADELRAMN [I] [Aleran], son of --- (-[killed in battle 852])Missus dominicus in Nursia, Italy in 820.  Comte de Troyes.  "Comitis Aledramni" donated property for the foundation of the abbey of Montiéramy, recorded in the foundation charter dated 837[2].  He accompanied Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks at the siege of Toulouse in 849.  "Karolus…rex" named "Odo…comes [et] predecessoris sui Aledramni…comitis ex comitatu Tricasino" in a charter dated 25 Apr 854 or 855 relating to the abbey of Montéramey[3].  He was probably killed in a Muslim raid[4]

 

 

1.         EUDES [Odo], son of --- (-1 Aug 871).  René Merlet suggests that Eudes was the brother of Robert "le Fort", ancestor of the Capetian dynasty, tracing what appears to be the parallel development of their careers[5]Comte de Châteaudun.  852/59 and 866/70.  "Karolus…rex" authorised "Dodo…Andecavorum episcopus" and "Odo comes" to exchange land at Angers by charter dated 3 Jul 851[6].  A document issued by Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks dated Nov 853 names "Wenilo episcopus, Odo et Donatus" as missi in "pago Senonico, Trecasino, Wasteniso, Miliduniso, Morviso, Proviniso, et ini tribus Arcisisis et in duobus Brionensis"[7]Comte de Troyes: "Karolus…rex" named "Odo…comes [et] predecessoris sui Aledramni…comitis ex comitatu Tricasino" in a charter dated 25 Apr 854 or 855 relating to the abbey of Montéramey[8]A document of Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks dated 21 Mar 858 is subscribed by "Hungarius, Engilramnus, Isembardus, Odo, Osbertus, Ratbodus, Hunfridus, Odalricus, Rhodulfus, Engilschalcus, Herluinus, Hitto"[9]Comte de BloisThe Annales Fuldenses name "Adalhartus abbas et Oto comes" as missi "ab occidente" in Jul 858[10], the editor of the compilation suggesting that "Oto" was "comes Blesensis"[11]

a)         ROBERT (-killed in battle Paris Feb 886)The Chronicle of St Bénigne de Dijon names "duo filii Rotberti Andegavorum comitis…senior Odo..Robertus alter"[12]"Karolus…rex" granted "villam Cadusiam" to "fideli sui Roberto" in a charter dated 25 Oct 877 which names "Odoni comiti fratri Roberti…cum Tournodrinsis ville pagensibus"[13]Come Palatin de Troyes.  Abbo's Bella Parisiciæ Urbis records the part played by "comites Odo fraterque suus…Rotbertus pariterque comes" at the siege of Paris in 886[14]He was killed fighting the Vikings[15]

b)         other children: see CAROLINGIAN NOBILITY

 

 

1.         ADALELM, son of EMENON Comte de Poitou & his wife --- de Troyes (-Turenne [Oct] 892)An agreement dated 14 Jun 877 of Emperor Charles II "le Chauve", presumably written with his own death in mind, names "…ex comitibus aut Tedericus, aut Balduinus, sive Chuonradus, seu Adalelmus" as those willing to support the emperor's son[16]He succeeded his maternal uncle in 886 as Comte Palatin de Troyes[17].  Abbo's Bella Parisiciæ Urbis names "consul Ademarus regi copulates eidem progenie" at the siege of Paris in 886, placing him in his family context by also naming "Odo consanguineus sua" in the same paragraph[18].  The Vita Sancti Geraldi Comitis records that "frater Ademari comitis Adalelmus" led the siege of Aurillac in 892 but was captured and died 14 days later a prisoner at Turenne[19]

 

 

ROBERT de Vermandois, son of HERIBERT [II] Comte de Vermandois & his wife Adela [Capet] (-after 19 Jun 966).  "Rodberti filium Heriberti comitis" witnessed a charter of "Gauzfredus comes" dated Jul 940[20].  Under the division of the territories organised subsequent to his father's death in 943, Robert became Comte de Meaux.  He became Comte de Troyes in 956 on the death of his father-in-law, by right of his wife.  Richer names "Robertus Trecarum princeps, Heriberti tiranni filius, Hugonis vero abdicate frater" when recording his rebellion against King Lothaire and capture of Dijon in 959[21].  The Chronicon Sancti Petri Vivi Senonensis records that “Rotbertum comitem” expelled “Ansegisum Trecarum Episcopus” who sought refuge “in Saxoniam ad Ottonem Imperatorem”, dated to 959[22]Otto I King of Germany sent his son Bruno to besiege Troyes, and King Lothar attacked Dijon which capitulated in 960[23]"Gaufridus…Andecavorum comes" issued a charter dated 19 Jun 966 subscribed by "Roberti comitis Trecassinorum…"[24]

m (before 950) [as her first husband,] ADELAIS [Wera], daughter of GISELBERT Duc des Bourguignons, Comte de Chalon-sur-Saône et de Troyes & his wife Ermengarde [of Burgundy] ([930/35]-after Aug 967).  "Trecassine urbis comitem Robertum" donated land to "Gratianum abbatem monasterii Sancti Petri Dervensis" by charter dated 6 Aug 959, signed by "Adelais comitisse, Erberti filii eorum, Walterii vicecomitis"[25].  The Chronicon of Odorannus records the death in 956 of “Gislebertus comes Burgundionem”, adding that “honorem eius cum filia...Leudegarde...” was received by “Otho frater Hugonis ducis” and that “aliam...filiam...Werram” married “Robertus comes Trecasinorum[26].  It is unclear why these two sources refer to the wife of Comte Robert by different names, as "Adelais comitisse" who signed the 959 charter must have been the same person as the wife of Robert named in 956 because the former document also refers to "Erberti filii eorum".  It is possible that the reference to "Werram" is a transcription error as no other reference to this name has been found in other contemporary French sources.  Her birth date range is estimated from her own daughter's estimated birth date of [950]. 

Comte Robert & his wife had [four] children:

1.         HERIBERT [V] "le Jeune" ([945/50]-28 Jan 995 or 996, bur Abbaye de Lagny-en-Mussien)"Trecassine urbis comitem Robertum" donated land to "Gratianum abbatem monasterii Sancti Petri Dervensis" by charter dated 6 Aug 959, signed by "Adelais comitisse, Erberti filii eorum, Walterii vicecomitis"[27]He succeeded his father in 966 as Comte de Meaux et Comte de Troyes.  It is assumed that Héribert [V] succeeded his paternal uncle Héribert [III] in [983/Apr 985], based on the following argument.  A letter of Gerbert dated 983 records that "Heriberti Trecassini et Oddonis comitis filii Tedbaldi" were enemies of "Adelbero Remonis archiepiscopus"[28].  However, a letter dated to Apr 985 names "Ottonis et Heriberti", while a letter dated to mid-985 records that "Ottonem, Heribertum" made peace with the archbishop[29].  Another letter of Gerbert dated to [late 986/early 987] records that "O et Heribertus comites" were part of the council of Emma Queen of France[30].  It is assumed that "Oddonis/Ottonem/O" all refer to the same person.  However, it is suggested that only the first letter applies to Héribert [III], the change to Héribert [V] being indicated in the subsequent letters by "Heribertum" being named after "Ottonem" instead of before, which suggests that he was the junior of the two from Apr-985.  On the death of his paternal uncle Héribert [III] "le Vieux", Lothaire King of France invested him with Epernay and le Perthois.  He helped King Lothaire conquer Lotharingia, and imprisoned the comte de Verdun[31]m ---.  959.  The name of Héribert's wife is not known.  Bur suggests[32] that she was a daughter of Etienne [Stephanus] Comte de Gévaudan & his second wife Adelais d'Anjou, basing his theory on the transmission of the name "Stephanus" to the couple's son.  Héribert [V] & his wife had one child: 

a)         STEPHANUS [Etienne] (-[1 Jun 1019/9 Jun 1021], bur Abbaye de Lagny-en-Mussien)Rodulfus Glaber names "Stephanus comes Trecorum et Meldorum, Heriberti filius", recording that after his death without an heir "secundus Odo filius…prioris Odonis" seized all the estates[33].  He succeeded his father as Comte de Meaux, Comte de Troyes et de Vitry.  Stephano comite et Ala comitissa coniuge sua” are named as present at the elevation of the body of Saint Ayoul de Provins, dated to [996/99][34].  Robert II King of France donated property to Lagny abbey, at the request of “Stephanus…comes…noster etiam nepos”, by charter dated 24 Feb 1019 which names “pater suus Herbertus[35].  The only family relationship which has been identified between King Robert and Comte Stephanus is that the king’s paternal grandfather’s sister was the wife of Héribert [II] Comte de Vermandois, who was Stephanus’s paternal great grandfather, which appears remote for the word “nepos” to apply.  It is possible that there is a closer relationship through Stephanus’s otherwise unknown mother.  m (before 999) ALIX, daughter of ---.  Stephano comite et Ala comitissa coniuge sua” are named as present at the elevation of the body of Saint Ayoul de Provins, dated to [996/99][36]

2.         ADELA de Meaux ([950]-974 after 6 Mar)A manuscript genealogy, dated to the early 12th century, records "Herbertus de Tricis, Robertus, Adela, Fulco, Gaufridus Martellus"[37]Her marriage date is estimated based on the estimated birth date of her oldest daughter.  "Adela" donated property to Saint-Aubin d'Angers by charter dated 6 Mar 974 which names "seniore meo Gauzfredo comite" and is subscribed by "Gauzfredi comitis, Fulconis filii eius, Gauzfredi filii eius"[38]The Chronicæ Sancti Albini names "Adela comitissa…et marito suo Gaufrido" as present at the ordination of "Rainaldus episcopus" in 1074[39].  "Fulco Andecavorum comes" relinquished rights to the bishop of Angers "pro anima patris mei Gauffredi et matris Adelæ" by charter dated 17 Jan 1020[40]m ([965]) as his first wife, GEOFFROY I “Grisegonelle” Comte d'Anjou, son of FOULQUES II Comte d’Anjou & his first wife Gerberge [de Maine] (-21 Jul 987). 

3.         [ADELAIS de Troyes ([950/55]-after 991)The Historia Francorum Senonensis refers to the wife of "Karolus" as "filiam Herberti comitis Trecarum"[41]Assuming the birth of the couple's eldest son in 970, this could not refer to Héribert, son of Robert, whose birth is dated to [950].  It is also unlikely to have been Héribert II Comte de Vermandois, father of Robert, who was not Comte de Troyes.  Settipani suggests[42] that the Historia must be in error and that her father was Robert Comte de Troyes.  This would not be the only error in this source, as the Historia also refers to "Karolus, frater eius [=Hludovicus], filius Hlotharii regis" when recording his "succession" in 987[43].  The Chronico Richardi Pictavensis also names "Carolus uxore sua…filia Herberti Comitis Trecarum"[44], presumably based on the same source as the Historia.  Her name is recorded by Richer, who states that "Karolum…cum uxore Adelaide et filio Ludovico, et filiabus duabus, quarum altera Gerberga, altera Adelaidis dicebatur, necnon et Arnulfo nepote" were imprisoned by Hugues "Capet" King of France[45]Orderic Vitalis links to the two sets of references by recording that Charles was imprisoned with his wife who was the daughter of Heribert Comte de Troyes[46].  An interesting twist to this apparently straight-forward explanation is provided by another passage in Richer which refers disparagingly to Charles's marriage to "uxorem de militari ordine sibi imparem"[47].  It is difficult to imagine this description being appropriate to the Vermandois/Carolingian origin of Charles's known wife.  Ferdinand Lot therefore proposed that the text means that Charles was married twice[48].  If such a second marriage did take place, it must have occurred at the height of the dispute between Charles and his brother King Lothar around [975].  At that time Charles was challenging his brother's authority to rule, and it is difficult to imagine that he would weaken his own position by contracting an unequal marriage.  The comment by Richer could presumably be explained by his personal dislike of the Vermandois family.  m ([970]) CHARLES de France, son of LOUIS IV "d'Outremer" King of the Franks & his wife Gerberga von Sachsen (Laon summer 953-in prison Orléans after 991, bur 1001 Maastricht, St Servatius).  He was invested as Duke of Lower Lotharingia by Emperor Otto II in May 977.] 

4.         [ARCHAMBAUD (-29 Aug 968, bur Sens Saint-Pierre-le-Vif)Archbishop of Sens 959.  The Chronicon Sancti Petri Vivi Senonensis records that “Archembaldus” was installed as archbishop “V Kal Jul”, in 959 from the context[49]According to Gallia Christiana[50], Archambaud Archbishop of Sens was the son of Robert Comte de Troyes and his wife Adelais de Bourgogne.  This may be based on the Chronicon Sancti Petri Vivi Senonensis which records the death “in…mense Augusto” (in 968 from the context) of “pater ipsius Rotbertus…vir nobilis”, referring to archbishop Archambaud[51], assuming that this refers to Robert Comte de Troyes whose activities are recorded earlier in the same source.  However, the chronology is unfavourable for this parentage to be correct.  The Chronicon Sancti Petri Vivi Senonensis records the death “IV Kal Sep” (in 968 from the context) of “Archembaldus Archiepiscopus…adhuc iuvenis” and his burial “in basilica beati Petri[52].  Although stated to be “iuvenis” when he died, he must have been a young child when installed as archbishop if the estimated dates of marriage and birth of the members of Comte Robert’s family are correct.  His extreme youth at the time of his appointment is not commented on in the sources so far consulted.  In any case, the name Archambaud is not otherwise found in the family of the comtes de Vermandois, which also suggests that the suggested parentage might not be correct.] 

 

 

 

B.      COMTES de TROYES -1071, COMTES d'AUMÂLE 1084-1196 (COMTES de BLOIS)

 

 

ETIENNE de Blois, son of EUDES II Comte de Blois & his second wife Ermengarde d’Auvergne (-19 May [1048])The Liber Modernorum Regum Francorum names "Tetbaudus et Stephanus" as the two sons of Comte Eudes, specifying that Etienne succeeded in "Meldensium et Trecassinorum"[53]Comte de TroyesThe Livre d'Anniversaires of Chartres cathedral records the death "XIV Kal Jun" of "Stephani comitis palatini"[54]

m ADELA, daughter of --- (-after [1090]).  "Adelaidis matris sue" witnessed a charter of "Odo Trecassinus comes" dated to [1090][55]

Comte Etienne I & his wife had one child:

1.         EUDES [III] de Troyes (-after 1118)"Odo puer nepos comiti Tethberti" witnessed a charter dated to [6 Dec 1047/31 Aug 1055] under which the canons of St Maurice d'Angers temporarily relinquished certain rights in the church of Joué[56].  He succeeded his father in [1048] as Comte de Troyes.  He succeeded as Comte d’Aumâle, by right of his wife.  He was disinherited before 1071 and sought refuge in Normandy.  Orderic Vitalis records that King William I granted "comitatum Hildernessæ" to "Odoni...Campaniensi nepoti Theobaldi comitis" who had married "sororem...regis filiam...Rodberti ducis"[57]

-        COMTES d'AUMÂLE

 

 

1.         EUDES [IV] de Blois, son of THIBAUT III Comte de Blois & his [second/third] wife Adela [Alix] --- (-1093).  The Genealogica ex Stirpe Sancti Arnulfi names (in order) "Stephanum, Othonem, Hugonem fratres comites" as sons of "Theobaldus comes"[58].  Brother of Comte Etienne according to Orderic Vitalis[59]"Odonis filius eius" subscribed the donation to Cluny by "Rotrocus castri Mauritanie comes atque Dunensis castri vicecomes" dated 11 Jan 1078, immediately after "Adeladis comitisse"[60]He succeeded as Comte de Troyes "Hugo comes Campanie Teotbaldi comitis filius" donated property to the abbey of Molesme by charter dated 2 Apr 1104, which names "frater meus Odo comes…"[61][m BERTHE, daughter of ---.  "Berte comitisse" subscribed the donation to Cluny by "Rotrocus castri Mauritanie comes atque Dunensis castri vicecomes" dated 11 Jan 1078, immediately after "Odonis filius eius [Adeladis]"[62].  There is no proof that Berthe was the wife of Eudes, although the proximity of the two names in the list of subscribers suggests that this may be the case.  Eudes is not described as "comes" in the charter, but it is possible that this was an oversight as his half-brother Etienne was accorded the title.  No other contemporary "Berte comitisse" has so far been identified.  No other reference to any wife of Eudes has been found.] 

2.         HUGUES de Blois (-Palestine 14 Jun 1126)The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "Philippum episcopum Cathalauensem et Hugonem Campanie comitem" as the two sons of "comiti Campanie Theobaldo" & his wife Adela[63].  The Liber Modernorum Regum Francorum names (in order) "Stephanus et Hugo" sons of "comes Tetbaudus", specifying that Hugues "factus est …Trecassinorum comes" on their father's death[64].  Orderic Vitalis records that “Stephanus Blesensis palatinus comes” had “consules Odonem et Hugonem fratres[65]He succeeded his brother in 1093 as Comte de Troyes.  Friend and counsellor of Philippe I King of France.  He went on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land 1104-1107, 1114 and Jun 1126.  "Hugo comes Campanie, Theobaldi comitis filius" founded the abbey of Notre-Dame de Cheminon by charter dated 1110[66].  After repudiating his second wife, he became a Knight Templar.  Pope Calixtus II sent him to welcome the Archbishop of Mainz on his arrival at the synod of Reims in Oct 1119[67].  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records that "Hugo comes Campanie" became a Knight Templar in 1125 and was succeeded by "Theobaldus nepos eius"1125[68]m firstly ([1093/95], annulled Soissons 25 Dec 1104 on grounds of consanguinity[69]) as her first husband, CONSTANCE de France, daughter of PHILIPPE I King of France & his first wife Bertha of Holland ([1078]-14 Sep 1126[70]).  Orderic Vitalis records that King Philippe married “Constantiam...filiam suam” firstly to “Hugonis Trecassino comiti” and secondly to “duci Antiochiæ Buamundo apud Carnotum[71].  "Hugo comes Campanie Teotbaldi comitis filius" donated property to the abbey of Molesme by charter dated 2 Apr 1104, which names "frater meus Odo comes, Constantiam regis Francorum filiam necnon et comitissam Adelaidem uxorem fratris mei comitis Stephani nepotes…" and is subscribed by "Teotbaldus puer filius Stephani comitis nepos huius comitis Hugonis"[72]She married secondly (Chartres [25 Mar/26 May] 1106) Bohémond I Prince of Antiochm secondly ([1110], repudiated) ISABELLE de Mâcon, daughter of ETIENNE de Bourgogne[-Comté] “le Hardi” Comte de Mâcon Seigneur de Varais & his wife Béatrice de Lorraine ([1090/95]-after 1125).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Elizabeth sororem comitis Raynaldi de Burgundia" as wife of "Hugo comes Campanie"[73], but the primary source which confirms their precise parentage has not yet been identified.  Comte Hugues & his first wife had one child:

a)         MANASSES (-1102 or after).  "Hugo Campanie comes" donated property to the abbey of Molesme by charter dated 1102 subscribed by "Manasses filius eius…"[74]

[Comte Hugues &] his second wife had one child:

b)         EUDES "le Champenois" (-1187 or after).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Odonem…de Canlita" as son of "Hugo comes Campanie" and his second wife, but specifies that "dictum est a phisicis comiti Hugoni…non habebat possibilitatem generandi" and concludes therefore that Eudes could not have been Hugues’s son[75].  The identity of his mother is confirmed by the charter dated 1155 quoted below.  The question of Eudes’s illegitimacy is not as straight-forward as might be imagined from Alberic’s Chronicle taken in isolation.  The king of France’s grant of property to Eudes suggests there was little doubt at the time about his legitimacy: the Chronique de Guillaume de Nangis records that Louis VII King of France led an army against "Thibaut comte de Champagne" and captured "le château de Vitry" which he granted to “Eudes de Champagne, neveu du comte Thibaut, qui lui avait enlevé son patrimoine”, dated to 1143[76].  The implication of this passage is that Eudes’s paternal first cousin, Thibaut IV Comte de Champagne, had raised a claim about Eudes’s illegitimacy as an excuse to seize his property, and that the French king had had limited success in invading Champagne in support of Eudes and had granted him the only property which they had succeeded in capturing.  [Seigneur de Vitry: the status of Eudes “le Champenois” in Vitry is unclear considering that Eudes Comte de Rethel and his descendants are recorded as châtelains de Vitry from the early 12th century.]  Eudes was presumably unable to retain Vitry for long as he is later recorded in Burgundy where he must have found refuge with his maternal family: “Odonem nepotem comitis Guillelmi” donated property to Besançon, for the soul of “avunculi sui comitis Raynaldi”, by charter dated 1155[77].  A further indication of Eudes’s legitimacy is provided by the imperial recognition implicit in the following  grant: Emperor Friedrich I granted Quingiacum, Lislam, Lobium”, as held by “comes Reinaldus in vita sua”, and “villam juxta Dolam...Campus-Pagani” to “Odo Campaniensis...Beatricis...consortis nostræ consanguineus”, by charter dated 26 Jul 1166, witnessed by “...Galcherus de Salins, Wido abbas, Girardus de Fontvens...Gislebertus vicecomes Visulii...Gaymarus de Cycun...[78].  The source which confirms his date of death has not been identified. 

-        SEIGNEURS de CHAMPLITTE, VICOMTES de DIJON

 

 

 

C.      VICOMTES de TROYES

 

 

1.         LITHUAISE .  Vicomtesse de Troyes.  "Domnus Milo et uxor sua Litvisa" confirmed the donation of "terram de Ver" to Notre-Dame de Longpont, on the point of leaving for Jerusalem, confirmed by "filius meus Guido", by charter dated to [1095], later confirmed by "domnus Guido Trossellus et mater sua Letvisa"[79]The Chronicon Mauriniacense records the foundation of the abbey, dated to [1095], and early donations including the donation of “ecclesias de Firmitate Balduini” made by “Guido Trosellus” with the consent of “uxore sua Adelaide et patre suo Milone vicecomite et matre sua vicecomitissa[80].  A supplementary section of the necrology of Longpont includes a reference to the anniversary of “donni Guidonis Trosselli et Mabilie uxoris ipsius XVII Kal Apr” and their donations, as well as to “anniversarius autem donni Milonis junioris fratris istius Guidonis...VI Kal Mai celebratitur cum Milone patre suo et Letuisa matre sua et Rainaldo episcopo fratre suo” as well as his donation[81]m MILON Seigneur de Montlhéry, son of GUY [I] de Montlhéry & his wife Hodierne de Gometz-la-Ferté (-after 1102).  Vicomte de Troyes

 

 

 

 

Chapter 2.    NOBILITY in TROYES

 

 

A.      SEIGNEURS de CHAPPES

 

 

The village of Chappes is located about 10 kilometres south-east of Troyes in the present-day French département of Aube. 

 

 

1.         GUY de Chappes (-after Apr 1110).  Philippe I King of France received the homage of nepotem nostrum Theobaldum comitem Trecensem”, and of the latter’s nobles of whom “...Guido de Cappis...”, by charter dated Apr 1110[82]

 

 

1.         --- de Chappes (-before 1114).  m --- (-after 1114).  "Clarembaudus de Capis...et mater mea et frater meus atque uxor mea cum omnibus filiis meis" sold his hereditary right to be abbot to the monks of Troyes Saint-Loup by charter dated 1114[83].  Two children: 

a)         CLAREMBAUD [I] de Chappes (-after 1114).  Seigneur de Chappes.  "Clarembaudus de Capis...et mater mea et frater meus atque uxor mea cum omnibus filiis meis" sold his hereditary right to be abbot to the monks of Troyes Saint-Loup by charter dated 1114[84]m ---.  "Clarembaudus de Capis...et mater mea et frater meus atque uxor mea cum omnibus filiis meis" sold his hereditary right to be abbot to the monks of Troyes Saint-Loup by charter dated 1114[85].  Clarembaud [I] & his wife had children: 

i)          children .  "Clarembaudus de Capis...et mater mea et frater meus atque uxor mea cum omnibus filiis meis" sold his hereditary right to be abbot to the monks of Troyes Saint-Loup by charter dated 1114[86]

b)         --- de Chappes (-after 1114).  "Clarembaudus de Capis...et mater mea et frater meus atque uxor mea cum omnibus filiis meis" sold his hereditary right to be abbot to the monks of Troyes Saint-Loup by charter dated 1114[87]

 

2.         CLAREMBAUD [II] de Chappes (-after 1145).  Seigneur de Chappesm ---.  The primary source which confirms the identity of Clarembaud’s wife has not been identified.  Clarembaud [I] & his wife had one child: 

a)         ADELINE de Chappes (-after 30 Oct 1190).  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  Petit records her parentage without citing any source[88].  The date of her marriage is suggested from her second son marrying in “before [1180]”.  Milo dominus de Noiers” notified that “pater meus Milo” had donated “grangiam de Vilers...et pastura castellanie de Noiers”, with the consent of “uxore mea Odelina et filiis Hugone thesaurario Autisiodorensi et Clarembaldo et Guidone militibus”, by charter dated [25 Mar 1181/24 Mar 1182][89]Clarembaudus dominus de Noers” donated serfs “apud Rubeummontem” to Moutiers Saint-Jean, with the consent of “domnus Hugo Autissiodorensis episcopus, et domnus Guido frater eius, et...mater ipsius Clarembaudi”, by charter dated 1189[90].  "Clarembaudus de Noiers" donated property to the Knights Hospitallers at Arbonne, naming "germano H….Autissiodorensis episcopo, sue…matri domine Adeline et sue…uxori domine Ade et suo…filio Miloni, sua quoque filia…Adeline", by charter dated 30 Oct 1190 at the siege of Acre[91]m ([before 1150/55]) MILON [IV] Seigneur de Noyers, son of MILON [III] Seigneur de Noyers & his wife Agnes --- (-5 May [1181/84]). 

 

 

1.         CLAREMBAUD [III] de Chappes (-[1172]).  "Clarembaudus dominus de Cappis" donated "medietatem furni...in burgo Sancti Lupi" to “ecclesie Sancte Marie...in castro meo”, founded by “parentes mei”, for the souls of "Ermengardis uxoris mee et Hugonis...filii mei", with the consent of “filii mei Clarembaudus, Gualterius et Guido”, by undated charter [dated to before 1137 in the cartulary, which appears too early to fit with the family’s chronology][92].  The undated foundation charter of Mores, dated to [1152], lists donations including the donation of property "apud grangiam de Montemedio et in territorio de Cherrevi" made by "Clarembaudus de Capis laudante uxore sua Hermengarde" and witnessed by “Hilduinus de Vendopera...[93].  The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “…Clarembaudus de Capis de vicecomitatu et de Capis et Gié…” in De Trecis et de Insulis[94].  [The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “...heredes domini Clarembaudi...in castellaria Villemauri, Erardus de Chassenaio apud Lanas ad Nemus…” in De Villa Mauri[95]This entry indicates that Clarembaud [III] was deceased at the time.]  m ERMENGARDE, daughter of ---.  "Clarembaudus dominus de Cappis" donated "medietatem furni...in burgo Sancti Lupi" to “ecclesie Sancte Marie...in castro meo”, founded by “parentes mei”, for the souls of "Ermengardis uxoris mee et Hugonis...filii mei", with the consent of “filii mei Clarembaudus, Gualterius et Guido”, by undated charter [dated to before 1137 in the cartulary, which appears too early to fit with the family’s chronology][96].  The undated foundation charter of Mores, dated to [1152], lists donations including the donation of property "apud grangiam de Montemedio et in territorio de Cherrevi" made by "Clarembaudus de Capis laudante uxore sua Hermengarde" and witnessed by “Hilduinus de Vendopera...[97].  Clarembaud [III] & his wife had four children:

a)         CLAREMBAUD [IV] de Chappes (-[1203/06]).  "Clarembaudus dominus de Cappis" donated "medietatem furni...in burgo Sancti Lupi" to “ecclesie Sancte Marie...in castro meo”, founded by “parentes mei”, for the souls of "Ermengardis uxoris mee et Hugonis...filii mei", with the consent of “filii mei Clarembaudus, Gualterius et Guido”, by undated charter [dated to before 1137 in the cartulary, which appears too early to fit with the family’s chronology][98]Seigneur de Chappes.  "Clarembaudus de Capis" confirmed the agreement between Troyes Saint-Loup and “pater meus bone memorie Clarembaudus” concerning sharing of serfs by charter dated 1186[99].  "Clarembaudus dominus de Capis", leaving for Jerusalem ("Hierosolymitanum iter agressurus"), donated land "in nemore de Dosche" to Montiéramey, with the consent of "Elizabet [error for Helisende?] uxore mea et filiis meis Clarembaudo et Garnerio et filia mea Helizabet", by charter dated before 1189, witnessed by "Tibaudus de Frasnoi, Hugo gener eius..."[100].  "Clarembaudus dominus de Capis" donated "de casamentis meis a Chierreve" to Mores, with the consent of “uxor mea Helisendis et pueri mei Clarembaudus et Garnerius et filia Elisabet”, by charter dated 1194[101].  “...Clarembaudus de Capis…” swore allegiance to Philippe IV King of France with Blanche comtesse de Champagne by charter dated May 1201[102].  Clarembaud Seigneur de Chappes donated property “a Morgia usque ad Doschiam” to Larrivour, with the consent of “sa femme Helissande et ses enfants”, and providing for “si Clarenbaudus filius Clarenbaudi dicti domini Capararum” when returning from overseas (“de transmarinis partibus rediens”), by charter dated 1203[103].  A charter dated Mar 1203 records an agreement between “Petrus comes Antissiodorensis et Tornodorensis” and “Clarembaudum de Capis” relating to “percusio Herniaci et captione Hugonis Saluagii[104].  It is assumed that he died before 1206, when [his son] confirmed his mother’s donation to Notre-Dame-aux-Nonnains (see below).  m ([before 1179]) HELISENDE de Traînel, daughter of GARNIER [II] Seigneur de Traînel & his wife --- (-after Jun 1217).  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified, although it is suggested by the following document.   It is supposed that Hélisende married around the same time as her sister Gisle, whose marriage can be dated to before 1179.  "Clarembaudus dominus de Capis", leaving for Jerusalem ("Hierosolymitanum iter agressurus"), donated land "in nemore de Dosche" to Montiéramey, with the consent of "Elizabet [error for Helisende?] uxore mea et filiis meis Clarembaudo et Garnerio et filia mea Helizabet", by charter dated before 1189[105].  "Clarembaudus dominus de Capis" donated "de casamentis meis a Chierreve" to Mores, with the consent of “uxor mea Helisendis et pueri mei Clarembaudus et Garnerius et filia Elisabet”, by charter dated 1194[106].  Clarembaud Seigneur de Chappes donated property “a Morgia usque ad Doschiam” to Larrivour, with the consent of “sa femme Helissande et ses enfants”, by charter dated 1203[107].  "Helisendis domina de Capis" noted that "vir meus...Clarembaudus dominus de Capis" had donated property to Montiéramey and confirmed the donation, with the consent of “Clarembaudum filium meum et pueros meos”, by charter dated 1205[108].  "Gila domina de Vergiaco et Helisendis domina de Capis" donated serfs to Troyes Saint-Loup by charter dated Jun 1217[109].  Clarembaud [IV] & his wife had [three] children: 

i)          CLAREMBAUD [V] de Chappes (-after May 1242).  "Clarembaudus dominus de Capis", leaving for Jerusalem ("Hierosolymitanum iter agressurus"), donated land "in nemore de Dosche" to Montiéramey, with the consent of "Elizabet [error for Helisende?] uxore mea et filiis meis Clarembaudo et Garnerio et filia mea Helizabet", by charter dated before 1189[110].  "Clarembaudus dominus de Capis" donated "de casamentis meis a Chierreve" to Mores, with the consent of “uxor mea Helisendis et pueri mei Clarembaudus et Garnerius et filia Elisabet”, by charter dated 1194[111].  Villehardouin names “...Guis de Chapes, Clarembauz ses niés...” among those who left from Champagne on crusade in 1201[112].  Clarembaud Seigneur de Chappes donated property “a Morgia usque ad Doschiam” to Larrivour, with the consent of “sa femme Helissande et ses enfants”, and providing for “si Clarenbaudus filius Clarenbaudi dicti domini Capararum” when returning from overseas (“de transmarinis partibus rediens”), by charter dated 1203[113].  "Helisendis domina de Capis" noted that "vir meus...Clarembaudus dominus de Capis" had donated property to Montiéramey and confirmed the donation, with the consent of “Clarembaudum filium meum et pueros meos”, by charter dated 1205[114]Seigneur de Chappes.  "Clarembaldus dominus Caparum" confirmed the donation of property "extra villam de Seleriis erga Mainilum" to the abbey of Notre-Dame-aux-Nonnains, Troyes made by "domina mater mea" by charter dated 1206[115].  “...Barons...Clarambaud de Chappes, Gui de Chappes...” are named among the nobles in Champagne who confirmed the decision by Blanche Ctss de Champagne to allow succession of fiefs in the female line by charter dated 1212[116].  The Feoda Campanie dated [1228] includes “...Clarambaudo de Capis...” in Submonitio Retrobanni[117].  "Dominus Clarembaudus de Capis" confirmed a donation to the Teutonic Knights made by "Villelmus de Rosteria nobilis vir" by charter dated Nov 1228[118].  “Clarambaudus miles dominus Caparum” confirmed the donation made to Molesmes by “Adam de Rumeilliaco” and confirmed that it would be respected by “uxorem suam Guietam et liberos suos” by charter dated 1235[119].  “Clarembaldus miles dominus Capparum” confirmed a debt owed by “Galterus frater meus miles” to “Iacoto Iudæo de Dampetra” by charter dated May 1242[120]m GUIOTTE, daughter of ---.  “Clarambaudus miles dominus Caparum” confirmed the donation made to Molesmes by “Adam de Rumeilliaco” and confirmed that it would be respected by “uxorem suam Guietam et liberos suos” by charter dated 1235[121].  Clarembaud [V] & his wife had children: 

(a)       children .  “Clarambaudus miles dominus Caparum” confirmed the donation made to Molesmes by “Adam de Rumeilliaco” and confirmed that it would be respected by “uxorem suam Guietam et liberos suos” by charter dated 1235[122]

ii)         GARNIER de Chappes (-after 1194).  "Clarembaudus dominus de Capis", leaving for Jerusalem ("Hierosolymitanum iter agressurus"), donated land "in nemore de Dosche" to Montiéramey, with the consent of "Elizabet [error for Helisende?] uxore mea et filiis meis Clarembaudo et Garnerio et filia mea Helizabet", by charter dated before 1189[123].  "Clarembaudus dominus de Capis" donated "de casamentis meis a Chierreve" to Mores, with the consent of “uxor mea Helisendis et pueri mei Clarembaudus et Garnerius et filia Elisabet”, by charter dated 1194[124]

iii)        ELISABETH de Chappes (-before Dec 1236).  "Clarembaudus dominus de Capis", leaving for Jerusalem ("Hierosolymitanum iter agressurus"), donated land "in nemore de Dosche" to Montiéramey, with the consent of "Elizabet [error for Helisende?] uxore mea et filiis meis Clarembaudo et Garnerio et filia mea Helizabet", by charter dated before 1189[125].  "Clarembaudus dominus de Capis" donated "de casamentis meis a Chierreve" to Mores, with the consent of “uxor mea Helisendis et pueri mei Clarembaudus et Garnerius et filia Elisabet”, by charter dated 1194[126].  "H. domina de Capis" freed a serf of "Isabel filie mee" by undated charter (dated to [1217] in the cartulary, although the basis for this speculation is unclear)[127].  Clarembaud [V] de Chappes donated land at Landelaine to La Gloire-Dieu, for the souls of “...Elisabeth sa sœur jadis duchesse d’Athènes” by charter dated Dec 1236[128].  According to Rodd, Elisabeth married Geoffroy de Villehardouin Prince of Achaia[129].  The primary source which confirms that Rodd is correct has not been identified, and he appears contradicted by the document dated Dec 1236 quoted above.  m [as his second wife,] OTHON de la Roche-sur-l’Ognon Lord of Athens, Seigneur de Ray, son of PONS de la Roche & his first wife Mathélie --- (-before 1234). 

iv)       GAUTHIER de Chappes ([after 1194]-after May 1242).  He was presumably born after 1194, the date of his father’s charter in which his two brothers and sister are named.  “Clarembaldus miles dominus Capparum” confirmed a debt owed by “Galterus frater meus miles” to “Iacoto Iudæo de Dampetra” by charter dated May 1242[130]

b)         GAUTHIER de Chappes (-before Feb 1207).  "Clarembaudus dominus de Cappis" donated "medietatem furni...in burgo Sancti Lupi" to “ecclesie Sancte Marie...in castro meo”, founded by “parentes mei”, for the souls of "Ermengardis uxoris mee et Hugonis...filii mei", with the consent of “filii mei Clarembaudus, Gualterius et Guido”, by undated charter [dated to before 1137 in the cartulary, which appears too early to fit with the family’s chronology][131].  Chancelier de Champagne.  "Guido de Capis" noted that “bone memorie Galterus quondam Campanie cancellarius frater meus”, on his deathbed, had donated property “in redditu...Fresanges...” to Troyes Saint-Pierre, and now confirmed the donation by charter dated Feb 1206 (O.S.)[132]

c)         GUY de Chappes (-[Nov 1220/Aug 1221])"Clarembaudus dominus de Cappis" donated "medietatem furni...in burgo Sancti Lupi" to “ecclesie Sancte Marie...in castro meo”, founded by “parentes mei”, for the souls of "Ermengardis uxoris mee et Hugonis...filii mei", with the consent of “filii mei Clarembaudus, Gualterius et Guido”, by undated charter [dated to before 1137 in the cartulary, which appears too early to fit with the family’s chronology][133].  Seigneur de Jully [-sur-Sarce].  "Guido dominus de Juilleyo" confirmed the donation made to Montiéramey by "Gilebertus archarius", with the consent of "domino Clarembaudo de Capis fratre meo", by charter dated 1192[134].  “...Guido de Chapis...” swore allegiance to Philippe IV King of France with Thibaut III Comte de Champagne by charter dated Apr 1198[135].  "Guido dominus de Juilly" donated pasturage rights "in finagiis...Barri, Villenove, Merri et Ville super Arciam, Chierrevi..." to Mores, with the consent of “Petronilla uxor mea de cujus hereditate predicta ista movebant et Margareta mater ipsius et Agnes filia eiusdem [...domine Margarete]”, by charter dated 1197[136].  Villehardouin names “...Guis de Chapes, Clarembauz ses niés...” among those who left from Champagne on crusade in 1201[137].  “...Barons...Clarambaud de Chappes, Gui de Chappes...” are named among the nobles in Champagne who confirmed the decision by Blanche Ctss de Champagne to allow succession of fiefs in the female line by charter dated 1212[138].  Guy de Chappes notified a donation made by Jean de Vallery to Larrivour by charter dated Nov 1220[139].  Guy died before [Aug] 1221 when his son-in-law swore allegiance for “[le] fief de Jully-sur-Sarce qui lui était échu du fait de sa femme”.  m (before 1197) PETRONILLE de Brienne, daughter of THIBAUT de Brienne [Bar-sur-Seine] & his wife Marguerite [de Chacenay] (-[Dec 1236/Jan 1237])"Guido dominus de Juilly" donated pasturage rights "in finagiis...Barri, Villenove, Merri et Ville super Arciam, Chierrevi..." to Mores, with the consent of “Petronilla uxor mea de cujus hereditate predicta ista movebant et Margareta mater ipsius et Agnes filia eiusdem [...domine Margarete]”, by charter dated 1197[140].  “Theobaudus de Barro dominus Chamloti” donated produce from his grange at Champlost to Pontigny, where he had chosen to be buried, with the support of “uxore mea Margarite et filiabus meis Petronilla et Agna”, by charter dated 1204[141].  Dame de Champlost.  Petronilla domina Chamloti” donated property to Dilo abbey, for the soul of “mariti mei quondam Guidonis de Cappis”, by charter dated Mar 1222 (O.S.)[142]Guy & his wife had two children: 

i)          ALIX (-after Dec 1236).  "Odo dictus Regot dominus de Frollois constabularius Burgundie" sold part “ex parte uxoris mee in admodiationibus Capelle Sancti Petri et ville Sancti Saviniani” to Troyes Saint-Pierre, with the consent of “Aalidis uxoris mee”, by charter dated 1231[143].  “Eudes Ragot seigneur de Frolois et de Champlost [connétable] et Alix sa femme fille de Petronille dame de Champlost et de Gui de Chappes sire de Jully” ratified a donation to Pontigny made by “ladite Petronille” by charter dated Dec 1236[144]m EUDES Ragot Seigneur de Frolois, son of ---.  "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[145].  Connétable de Bourgogne.  "Odo Ragoz conestabularius Burgundie" donated property “in admodiationibus Capelle Sancti Petri et ville Sancti Saviniani...ab uxore mea de cujus hereditate est” to Troyes Saint-Pierre by charter dated Aug 1226[146].  Seigneur de Champlost. 

ii)         MABILE de Chappes (-May 1220).  "Erardus dominus de Villahardoini" confirmed the donation of property "de Brantigneio et Doyero" to the abbey of Notre-Dame-aux-Nonnains, Troyes made by "bone memorie…pater meus Gaufridus de Villahardoini, Campanie marescallus", reserving part to "Aales filia sua, soror mea, dicte ecclesie monialis", and establishing anniversaries for himself and "Mabilie uxoris mee post obitum nostrum", by charter dated Jun 1218[147]The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  m as his first wife, ERARD [I] de Villehardouin, son of GEOFFROY Seigneur de Villehardouin & his first wife --- de Villemaur (-1 Jul 1224). 

iii)        [PETRONILLE] [Agnes?] de Chappes 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 the information is based[148].  Père Anselme’s statement represents the only mention of this name.  The family origin of 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[149].  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 [Aug] 1221[150].  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.  m ([1221]) [as his second wife,] GUY de Joinville Seigneur de Sailly, son of GEOFFROY [IV] Seigneur de Joinville & his wife Helvide de Dampierre (-after Feb [1249])

d)         HUGUES de Chappes .  "Clarembaudus dominus de Cappis" donated "medietatem furni...in burgo Sancti Lupi" to “ecclesie Sancte Marie...in castro meo”, founded by “parentes mei”, for the souls of "Ermengardis uxoris mee et Hugonis...filii mei", with the consent of “filii mei Clarembaudus, Gualterius et Guido”, by undated charter [dated to before 1137 in the cartulary, which appears too early to fit with the family’s chronology][151]

 

 

1.         JEAN de ChappesSeigneur de Chappes.  Jean de Brière bailli de Troyes declared that “Jean de Conflans écuyer et Béatrix sa femme fille de Sibille dame d’Etrepy sœur de feu Clarembaud” had received the sale price of property at “Conflans, Coulommiers, Jussécourt, Aillencelles” from “Agnès dame d’Etrepy femme de Jean d’Etrepy chevalier”, with “Jean seigneur d’Arcis, Jean seigneur de Chappes, Guillaume seigneur de Jully chevaliers” as guarantors, by charter dated Nov 1265[152]

 

2.         DREUX de ChappesSeigneur de Chappes.  "Droins sires de Chappes damoisiaux" donated property to Montier-la-Celle by charter dated 31 Jul 1332[153].  "Druyes chevaliers sires de Chapes et de la Broce" pledged funds to the priory of Chappes by charter dated 18 Mar 1346[154]

 

 

1.         GUY de Chappes (-before May 1256).  Seigneur d’Etrepy, de iure uxoris.  A charter dated Apr 1239 records a dispute between the abbot of Cheminon and “Gui de Chapes seigneur d’Etrepy” concerning “Renaud de Heilz[155].  “Gui de Chapes et Sibille sa femme” renounced their claim “sur les dîmes d’Etrepy, Pargny” in favour of Cheminon Notre-Dame by charter dated Mar 1240[156]m (before Apr 1239) SIBYLLE d’Amance, daughter of BAUDOUIN d’Amance dit Taillefer Seigneur d’Etrepy & his wife Sibylle --- (-after May 1256).  “Gui de Chapes et Sibille sa femme” renounced their claim “sur les dîmes d’Etrepy, Pargny” in favour of Cheminon Notre-Dame by charter dated Mar 1240[157].  Dame d’Etrepy.  “Sébille dame d’Etrepy” donated money to Cheminon Notre-Dame by charter dated May 1256[158].  Guy & his wife had children: 

a)         CLAREMBAUD de Chappes (-before Nov 1265).  Seigneur d’Etrepy.  Jean de Brière bailli de Troyes declared that “Jean de Conflans écuyer et Béatrix sa femme fille de Sibille dame d’Etrepy sœur de feu Clarembaud” had received the sale price of property at “Conflans, Coulommiers, Jussécourt, Aillencelles” from “Agnès dame d’Etrepy femme de Jean d’Etrepy chevalier”, by charter dated Nov 1265[159]

b)         JEAN d’Etrepy (-[Nov 1265/[Mar] 1269]).  Jean de Brière bailli de Troyes declared that “Jean de Conflans écuyer et Béatrix sa femme fille de Sibille dame d’Etrepy sœur de feu Clarembaud” had received the sale price of property at “Conflans, Coulommiers, Jussécourt, Aillencelles” from “Agnès dame d’Etrepy femme de Jean d’Etrepy chevalier”, by charter dated Nov 1265[160]m AGNES, daughter of ---.  Jean de Brière bailli de Troyes declared that “Jean de Conflans écuyer et Béatrix sa femme fille de Sibille dame d’Etrepy sœur de feu Clarembaud” had received the sale price of property at “Conflans, Coulommiers, Jussécourt, Aillencelles” from “Agnès dame d’Etrepy femme de Jean d’Etrepy chevalier”, with “Jean seigneur d’Arcis, Jean seigneur de Chappes, Guillaume seigneur de Jully chevaliers” as guarantors, by charter dated Nov 1265[161].  “Agnès dame d’Etrepy, Guiot son fils et ses autres enfants” acknowledged donations made to Cheminon “par les seigneurs du lieu” by charter dated [Mar] 1269[162].  Jean & his wife had [three or more] children: 

i)          GUY d’Etrepy .  “Agnès dame d’Etrepy, Guiot son fils et ses autres enfants” acknowledged donations made to Cheminon “par les seigneurs du lieu” by charter dated [Mar] 1269[163]m ALIX, daughter of ---.  Guy & his wife had [two] children: 

(a)       [JEAN d’Etrepy (-after 12 Mar 1323).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  His succession as Seigneur d’Etrepy suggests that he was at the time the senior male heir of the family.  If that is correct, Jean was probably the older son of Guy d’Etrepy.  “Jean seigneur d’Etrepy chevalier” donated property to Cheminon, for the souls of himself “et de celle de sa femme Agnès de la Brouse”, by charter dated 12 Mar 1323[164]m AGNES de la Brouse, daughter of --- (-after 12 Mar 1323).  “Jean seigneur d’Etrepy chevalier” donated property to Cheminon, for the souls of himself “et de celle de sa femme Agnès de la Brouse”, by charter dated 12 Mar 1323[165].] 

(b)       GUILLAUME d’Etrepy (-after May 1324).  Seigneur de Heiltz-le-Maurupt.  “Guillaume d’Etrepy écuyer seigneur de Heiltz-le-Maurupt” donated “la terre dite Sart Morant et le bois de la Motte Bruissart” to Cheminon, for the souls of “ses père et mère Guy et Alix”, by charter dated May 1324[166]

ii)         other child(ren) .  Their existence is confirmed by the charter dated [Mar] 1269 under which [their mother] “Agnès dame d’Etrepy, Guiot son fils et ses autres enfants” acknowledged donations made to Cheminon “par les seigneurs du lieu[167]

c)         BEATRIX de Chappes (-after 1277).  Faget de Casteljau records her parentage and marriage to Jean de Tilchâtel Seigneur de Coublant without citing the corresponding primary source[168].  Jean de Brière bailli de Troyes declared that “Jean de Conflans [mistake for Coublant] écuyer et Béatrix sa femme fille de Sibille dame d’Etrepy sœur de feu Clarembaud” had received the sale price of property at “Conflans [mistake for Coublant], Coulommiers, Jussécourt, Aillencelles” from “Agnès dame d’Etrepy femme de Jean d’Etrepy chevalier”, with “Jean seigneur d’Arcis, Jean seigneur de Chappes, Guillaume seigneur de Jully chevaliers” as guarantors, by charter dated Nov 1265[169].  Faget de Casteljau records that Beatrix swore allegiance to the duke of Burgundy for “Couteron et Gyé-sur-Seine qui provenait de sa famille” in 1277[170]m (before Nov 1265) JEAN de Tilchâtel Seigneur de Coublant, son of HUGUES de Tilchâtel Seigneur de Coublant & his first wife Philippa de Noyers (-[1295/98]). 

 

 

 

B.      SEIGNEURS de NANGIS, VICOMTES de PROVINS

 

 

1.         GUY [de Marolles], son of --- (-after [1166/67])Seigneur de Nangis, de iure uxorisUnder a charter dated to [1166/67], Louis VII King of France confirmed donations of property to the abbey of Barbeau, including the donation of "apud capellam de Sarnai" made by "Guidonis de Nangiis…cum assensu uxoris sue Helisabeth" and with the consent of "Milo de Corteriaco…uxore et filiis"[171]m [as her second husband, ISABELLE de Nangis Dame de Nangis, widow of ANSEAU de Venisy, daughter of FLEURI de France Seigneur de Nangis & his wife [--- de Nangis] ([1118]-[after 1166/67]).  Documents dated Jul 1213 and Aug 1213, relating to the consanguinity between Erard de Brienne Seigneur de Ramerupt and his wife Philippa of Jerusalem, record "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"[172]"Ansellus de Venesiaco et Freerius" donated rights in the wood of Rajeuse to Pontigny, with the consent of "Isabel uxor Anselli", by charter dated [25 Mar 1152/24 Mar 1153], witnessed by “Guillelmus archidiaconus, Herveus prepositus frater eius...[173]Dame de Nangis.  A charter dated to after 1151 recites the donation of feodum de Thori” by “Symon Pichered” to Dilo abbey, confirmed by "Garnerus…de Venisiaco a quo feodum illud Symon tenebat et uxor Garini Petronilla sed et filius eius Ansellus", and a later donation confirmed by "Ansellus…de Venisiaco…et frater Anselli, Freherus, sed et uxor sua Elisabeth", as well as other donations by Anseau, Isabelle and Ferry[174]She is named in the cartulary of Preuilly[175].  Turning to her second marriage, according to Europäische Stammtafeln, Isabelle married firstly "Guy de Marolles", adding that he joined the crusade in 1141 and died in Palestine[176].  The primary source on which this is based is not known.  However, under a charter dated to [1166/67], Louis VII King of France confirmed donations of property to the abbey of Barbeau, including the donation of "apud capellam de Sarnai" made by "Guidonis de Nangiis…cum assensu uxoris sue Helisabeth" and with the consent of "Milo de Corteriaco…uxore et filiis"[177].  It is possible that "Guidonis de Nangiis" is the same person as Guy de Marolles, and that his wife "Helisabeth" was Isabelle de Nangis.  If this is correct, Guy would have been Isabelle’s second husband not her first, assuming that the charter relates to then current donations.]  Guy & his wife had [one child]: 

a)         [HELOISE de Nangis (-after 1201).  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not been identified.  However, it is suggested by her first husband inheriting Nangis.  No connection has been found between Heloise and Venisy, which suggests that her mother’s first husband was not her mother.  In addition, no indication has been found that Anseau de Venisy’s daughter Adelais was not her father’s sole heiress.  Louis VII King of France confirmed that “Petrus Bristaudus et Helvisa uxor eius” donated property “in exarto Nanterii et circa Villam Framos” to the church of Saint-Port by charter dated 1173[178].  Her second marriage is indicated by the charter dated 1184 under which Maria Trecensis comitissa” settled a dispute between the chapter of Saint-Quiriace de Provins and “heredes Mathei quondam Trecensis episcopi...Petrus Desmares et Petrus frater eius, pueri defuncti Drogonis Bristaudi, Adam de Meleduno et Heluisa uxor eius, et filii defuncti Petri Bristaudi[179]Adam de Meludino advocatus terre Sancti Dyonisii de Grandi puteo et de terra Sancti Audoeni” and ”Helvisa sponsa predicti Ade assensu filiorum nostrorum et filiarum nostrarum...Henrici, Drogonis, Marie, Gilonis, Luciane” confirmed the customs of the lands, as during the time of “Petri de Corteriaco et...Petri Bristaudi”, by charter dated 1189[180].  The unusual wording of this document suggests that Heloise’s children were all born from her first marriage.  Dame de NangisElouvis domina de Nangis” donated “decimam...de Aspreselve” to Paraclet abbey, with the consent of “filii mei Henricus et Drogo et Gilo et Maria filia mea et Lucia soror eius et Willelmus gener meus”, by charter dated 1192[181]Maria Trecensis comitissa” confirmed the donation of property to the Templars at Provins made by “Henricus Bristaudus, Helvisa matre sua concedente”, for the soul of “patris sui Petri Bristaudi”, with the consent of “fratres eius Drogo, Egidius et Maria soror eius”, by charter dated 1193[182]Henricus Bristaudus vicecomes Pruvini et Helvisa mater mea vicecomitissa Pruvini” donated property to the Templars at Provins, for the soul of “patris mei Petri Bristaudi”, by charter dated 1193[183].  Adela Queen of France notified the settlement of war between Henricum Bristaudi” and “Gilonem de Grandi puteo”, caused by “malefacto quod Drogo frater Henrici fecerat Giloni”, by charter dated 1201, sworn by “Heloisa mater Henrici et ipse Henricus et fratres sui Drogo et Gilo...[184]m firstly PIERRE Britaud, son of --- (-[1178/79]).  m secondly ([1179/84]) ADAM de Melun, son of --- (-[1189/92]).] 

 

 

The precise relationships between the following individuals and the Britaud family have not been ascertained. 

 

1.         MATHIEU, son of --- (-27 Sep 1180).  His relationship to the Britaud family is confirmed by the charter dated 1184 under which “Maria Trecensis comitissa” settled a dispute between the chapter of Saint-Quiriace de Provins and “heredes Mathei quondam Trecensis episcopi...Petrus Desmares et Petrus frater eius, pueri defuncti Drogonis Bristaudi, Adam de Meleduno et Heluisa uxor eius, et filii defuncti Petri Bristaudi[185]Bishop of Troyes 1169. 

 

2.         PIERRE de Courtry .  Pierre de Courtry is named as predecessor of Pierre Britaud in the following document, suggesting that the property in question may have passed to the latter by inheritance.  As shown in the document CAPET, one possibility is that the younger sister of Isabelle de Nangis (see above) married Milon [I] de Courtrai.  If that is correct, Pierre de Courtry could have been that couple’s son.  “Adam de Meludino advocatus terre Sancti Dyonisii de Grandi puteo et de terra Sancti Audoeni” and ”Helvisa sponsa predicti Ade assensu filiorum nostrorum et filiarum nostrarum...Henrici, Drogonis, Marie, Gilonis, Luciane” confirmed the customs of the lands, as during the time of “Petri de Corteriaco et...Petri Bristaudi”, by charter dated 1189[186]"Petrus de Curteriaco" donated harvest from “decima de Murmant” to Paraclet, where “filia mea Helovisa” was a nun, with the support of “uxor mea C. et M. filius meus, et Anselmus, et Fraherius, et Garinus, et Milo, frater meus”, by undated charter (placed in the cartulary with charters dated 1211), witnessed by “Milone fratre meo, Milone filio meo, domino Symone de Nunroi, Theobaldo filio suo[187]The same donation was confirmed by "Garinus de Corteri...Milo de Corteri" by charter dated Nov 1211[188]

 

3.         MILON [II] de Courtry (-after Oct 1204).  A connection between the Courtry and Britaud families is also indicated by the following document.  Milon [II] may have been the son of Pierre de Courtry who is shown above.  A charter dated Oct 1204 records a dispute between the monks of Saint-Denis and dominum Milonem militem de Courteri et dominam Helvisam de Nangis” regarding toll exemptions for the monks “de Grandi puteo”, and the subsequent donation made by “predictus Milo de Cortheri” with the consent of “uxor sua Ysabel et Petrus filius suus et filie sue et omnes fratres eius: scilicet Guerinus miles, Ansaus miles et Freer[189]

 

4.         ISABELLE (-after Jul 1214).  The connection with Marolles suggests a family connection with Guy [de Marolles] who is named above.  Dame de Marolles.  “Henricus Bristaudus” noted that “domina Merrolarum Elysabet” had confirmed a donation “in pedagio de Auitro” to la Maison-Dieu de Provins, which “dominus Milo de Posiaco vir suus” had donated under his testament, by charter dated Jul 1214[190]m MILON de Poisiaco”, son of --- (-before Jul 1214).  [A charter dated 4 Aug 1232 records a settlement of a dispute between Paraclit and "Milonem et Guillonem armigeros fratres filios defuncti Guerrici de Poisiaco militis et Dudonem armigerum patruum eorundem" relating to “forestis de Baaliaco et de Chanaio et in nemore communi de Poisiaco[191].  It is not known whether this charter relates to the same Milon de “Poisiaco” who married Isabelle.] 

 

 

[Two possible brothers:]

1.         PIERRE Britaud (-[1178/79]).  “...Petrus Bristaudus, Drogo Bristaudus...” witnessed the charter dated 1161 under which Henri Comte de Champagne granted rights to the canons of Saint-Quiriace de Provins[192].  "Ansellus de Trianulo buticularius, Odo de Pugeio conestabulus, Guillelmus Rex marescalcus, Drogo Bristaudus et Petrus Bristaudus fratres" witnessed the charter dated 24 Jul 1164 under which Henri I Comte de Champagne donated property to "magistro Nicolao...priori S. Johannis"[193].  The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “...duo Bristaudi...” in De Pruvino[194].  The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “...Petrus Bristaudus...Herbertus et Radulphus Bristaudus frater eius…” in De Pruvino[195].  Louis VII King of France confirmed that “Petrus Bristaudus et Helvisa uxor eius” donated property “in exarto Nanterii et circa Villam Framos” to the church of Saint-Port by charter dated 1173[196]Maria Trecensis comitissa” settled a dispute between the chapter of Saint-Quiriace de Provins and “heredes Mathei quondam Trecensis episcopi...Petrus Desmares et Petrus frater eius, pueri defuncti Drogonis Bristaudi, Adam de Meleduno et Heluisa uxor eius, et filii defuncti Petri Bristaudi” by charter dated 1184[197]m as her first husband, HELOISE de Nangis, daughter of [GUY [de Marolles] Seigneur de Nangis & his wife Isabelle de Nangis Dame de Nangis] (-after 1201).  Louis VII King of France confirmed that “Petrus Bristaudus et Helvisa uxor eius” donated property “in exarto Nanterii et circa Villam Framos” to the church of Saint-Port by charter dated 1173[198].  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not been identified.  However, it is suggested by her first husband inheriting Nangis.  She married secondly ([1179/84]) Adam de Melun Seigneur de VillefermoyHer second marriage is indicated by the charter dated 1184 under which Maria Trecensis comitissa” settled a dispute between the chapter of Saint-Quiriace de Provins and “heredes Mathei quondam Trecensis episcopi...Petrus Desmares et Petrus frater eius, pueri defuncti Drogonis Bristaudi, Adam de Meleduno et Heluisa uxor eius, et filii defuncti Petri Bristaudi[199]Adam de Meludino advocatus terre Sancti Dyonisii de Grandi puteo et de terra Sancti Audoeni” and ”Helvisa sponsa predicti Ade assensu filiorum nostrorum et filiarum nostrarum...Henrici, Drogonis, Marie, Gilonis, Luciane” confirmed the customs of the lands, as during the time of “Petri de Corteriaco et...Petri Bristaudi”, by charter dated 1189[200].  The unusual wording of this document suggests that Heloise’s children were all born from her first marriage.  Dame de NangisElouvis domina de Nangis” donated “decimam...de Aspreselve” to Paraclet abbey, with the consent of “filii mei Henricus et Drogo et Gilo et Maria filia mea et Lucia soror eius et Willelmus gener meus”, by charter dated 1192[201]Maria Trecensis comitissa” confirmed the donation of property to the Templars at Provins made by “Henricus Bristaudus, Helvisa matre sua concedente”, for the soul of “patris sui Petri Bristaudi”, with the consent of “fratres eius Drogo, Egidius et Maria soror eius”, by charter dated 1193[202]Vicomtesse de ProvinsHenricus Bristaudus vicecomes Pruvini et Helvisa mater mea vicecomitissa Pruvini” donated property to the Templars at Provins, for the soul of “patris mei Petri Bristaudi”, by charter dated 1193[203].  Adela Queen of France notified the settlement of war between Henricum Bristaudi” and “Gilonem de Grandi puteo”, caused by “malefacto quod Drogo frater Henrici fecerat Giloni”, by charter dated 1201, sworn by “Heloisa mater Henrici et ipse Henricus et fratres sui Drogo et Gilo...[204]Pierre & his wife had five children (as noted above, the unusual wording of the charter dated 1189 suggests that all these children were born from his wife’s first marriage)

a)         HENRI Britaud ([1170]-[Apr 1239/Jul 1248]).  “Adam de Meludino advocatus terre Sancti Dyonisii de Grandi puteo et de terra Sancti Audoeni” and ”Helvisa sponsa predicti Ade assensu filiorum nostrorum et filiarum nostrarum...Henrici, Drogonis, Marie, Gilonis, Luciane” confirmed the customs of the lands, as during the time of “Petri de Corteriaco et...Petri Bristaudi”, by charter dated 1189[205]Henricus Bristaudus” donated property to the Templars at Provins by charter dated 1193[206]Maria Trecensis comitissa” confirmed the donation of property to the Templars at Provins made by “Henricus Bristaudus, Helvisa matre sua concedente”, for the soul of “patris sui Petri Bristaudi”, with the consent of “fratres eius Drogo, Egidius et Maria soror eius”, by charter dated 1193[207]Vicomte de Provins.  “Henricus Bristaudus vicecomes Pruvini et Helvisa mater mea vicecomitissa Pruvini” donated property to the Templars at Provins, for the soul of “patris mei Petri Bristaudi”, by charter dated 1193[208].  Adela Queen of France notified the settlement of war between Henricum Bristaudi” and “Gilonem de Grandi puteo”, caused by “malefacto quod Drogo frater Henrici fecerat Giloni”, by charter dated 1201, sworn by “Heloisa mater Henrici et ipse Henricus et fratres sui Drogo et Gilo...[209]The Feoda Campanie dated [1210/14] records the settlement of a dispute between “Stephanus Restel” and “Henricum Britaut”, the latter appointing fiduciaries including “Hertaudum de Nogento...[210].  “Henricus Bristaudus” noted that “domina Merrolarum Elysabet” had confirmed a donation “in pedagio de Auitro” to la Maison-Dieu de Provins, which “dominus Milo de Posiaco vir suus” had donated under his testament, by charter dated Jul 1214[211]Henricus Britaut” noted that “Guillermus Morat miles et Johannes frater eius armiger nepotes mei” had donated harvest “ad Escoblet” to la Maison-Dieu de Provins, for the soul of “matris sue”, by charter dated 1234[212]Henricus Britaut miles” confirmed privileges granted by “Ade de Meloduno vitrici mei quondam advocati terre Sancti Dyonisii de Grande puteo et de terra Sancti Audoeni Heloisse matris mee quondam uxoris eius et liberorum eorundem” by charter dated Dec 1235[213]Henricus Britaux” acknowledged that “nemus...iuxta domum meam de Chancenay” was “de grueria...domini mei Theobaldi...Navarræ regis, Campaniæ et Briæ comitis palatini” by charter dated Apr 1239[214]m ---.  The primary source which confirms the name of Henri’s wife has not been identified.  Henri & his wife had two children: 

i)          JEAN Britaud ([1200]-[11 Apr/30 Aug] 1278).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  “Johannes Bertaudi miles” confirmed that “Guillelmus dominus de Barris et Heloydis eius uxor, soror præfati Johannis” had sold “vicecomitatus Pruvinensis” to Thibaut IV Comte de Champagne by charter dated Jul 1248[215]Seigneur de Nangis.  “Johannes dictus Britauz miles dominus de Nangis” sold “apud Grandem puteum...et de Sancto Audoeno...advoerie” to Saint-Denis, with the consent of “Margarita uxor dicti Johannis Britaut militis”, by charter dated Aug 1255[216]Johannes dictus Britaut miles dominus de Nangis” acknowledged receiving money from Saint-Denis relating to the sale “apud Grandem puteum” by charter dated 11 May 1256, sealed by himself and “Margarite uxoris mee[217]Johannes dictus Britaut miles dominus de Nangis” acknowledged receiving money from Saint-Denis relating to the sale “apud Grandem puteum” by charters dated 11 May 1256, 1258, 1260, 1262 and 1265, sealed by himself and “Margarite uxoris mee[218]Johannes Britaudi miles...cum domina Margareta uxore nostra” reached agreement with Saint-Denis concerning payments relating to the sale of “Grandem puteum” by charter dated 27 Sep 1265[219].  Viceroy of the kingdom of Sicily in Tuscany.  Two charters of Charles I King of Sicily, dated 1269, name Iohanni Britaudo vicario nostro in Tuscia[220]Constable of the kingdom of Sicily.  Charles I King of Sicily conferred comestabuliam regni Sicilie” on “Iohannes Brittaldus” by charter dated 3 Nov 1270[221].  A charter dated 30 Aug 1278 records the death of Iohannes Britaldus olim regnorum Francie paneterius et Sicilie comestabulus...miles consiliarius familiaris” while in France, noting that “filius masculus pupillus et in minori etate constitutus” lived in France[222].  [m firstly ---.  No direct indication has been found of this supposed first marriage.  However, Jean’s known wife Marguerite was still of child-bearing age in [1260] as can be seen below.  Given the likely age of Jean Britaud, it seems unlikely that she was his only wife.  If that is correct, no reference has been found to any children born to this first wife.]  m [secondly] MARGUERITE, daughter of --- (-[Aug 1278/Oct 1284]).  “Johannes dictus Britauz miles dominus de Nangis” sold “apud Grandem puteum...et de Sancto Audoeno...advoerie” to Saint-Denis, with the consent of “Margarita uxor dicti Johannis Britaut militis”, by charter dated Aug 1255[223]Johannes dictus Britaut miles dominus de Nangis” acknowledged receiving money from Saint-Denis relating to the sale “apud Grandem puteum” by charters dated 11 May 1256, 1258, 1260, 1262 and 1265, sealed by himself and “Margarite uxoris mee[224]Johannes Britaudi miles...cum domina Margareta uxore nostra” reached agreement with Saint-Denis concerning payments relating to the sale of “Grandem puteum” by charter dated 27 Sep 1265[225]Philippe de Nangis fille et hoirs jadis de...monseigneur Jehan Britaud chevalier et de Marguerite sa femme, femme a...monseigneur Bouchard de Montmorency chevalier seigneur de Saint-Loup et de Nangis” executed the last wishes of “Marguerite...notre mère”, including annual income paid to “sœur Marguerite sa fille de l’Ordre des Sœurs mineures de Provins” for life, by charter dated Oct 1284[226]Jean & his [second] wife had four children: 

(a)       PHILIPPA Britaud (-after 1284)Dame de Nangis.  "Bouchars de Montmorency sires de Nangis" confirmed a sale of property, held “de nous pour reson de Phelippe nostre fame fille iadis feu Iehan Britaut chevalier”, by charter dated 1279[227].  “Philippe de Nangis fille et hoirs jadis de...monseigneur Jehan Britaud chevalier et de Marguerite sa femme, femme a...monseigneur Bouchard de Montmorency chevalier seigneur de Saint-Loup et de Nangis” executed the last wishes of “Marguerite...notre mère”, including annual income paid to “sœur Marguerite sa fille de l’Ordre des Sœurs mineures de Provins” for life, by charter dated Oct 1284[228]Philippa relicta Bouchardi de Montemorenciaco quondam militis”, after recently learning of the death of her husband (“audita de nova morte dicti mariti sui”), renounced her share in her husband’s movable property, registered “à la Pentecoste 1284” (which must be misdated in light of the charter dated Oct 1284 in which her husband was alive)[229]m ([1260][230]) BOUCHARD de Montmorency Seigneur de Saint-Leu et de Deuil, son of [BOUCHARD Seigneur de Montmorency & his wife Isabelle de Laval] (-after Oct 1284).  Seigneur de Nangis, de iure uxoris

(b)       MARGUERITE Britaud (-after Oct 1284).  Nun at Provins.  “Philippe de Nangis fille et hoirs jadis de...monseigneur Jehan Britaud chevalier et de Marguerite sa femme, femme a...monseigneur Bouchard de Montmorency chevalier seigneur de Saint-Loup et de Nangis” executed the last wishes of “Marguerite...notre mère”, including annual income paid to “sœur Marguerite sa fille de l’Ordre des Sœurs mineures de Provins” for life, by charter dated 1284[231]

(c)       --- Britaud ([after 1260]-[30 Aug 1278/1279]).  A charter dated 30 Aug 1278 records the death of Iohannes Britaldus olim regnorum Francie paneterius et Sicilie comestabulus...miles consiliarius familiaris” while in France, noting that “filius masculus pupillus et in minori etate constitutus” lived in France[232].  He must have died before 1279, the date of the charter in which his sister Philippa as daughter of the late Jean Britaud (see above). 

(d)       JEANNE Britaud .  The marriage contract between “nobilis vir Iohannes Bertaldus regni Siciliæ comestabulus et Francie paniceterius...filiam ipsius comestabuli” and “nobili viro Berterando domino Bauciii comiti Avellini...pro parte Raymundi filii sui” is dated 11 Apr 1274[233].  As Jean Britaud’s wife Marguerite was the mother of Jeanne’s older sister Philippa, and also survived her husband, she must have been Jeanne’s mother unless Jeanne was illegitimate.  m (contract 11 Apr 1274) as his first wife, RAYMOND de Baux, son of BERTRAND de BAUX Conte di Avellino & his first wife Philippa de Poitiers-Valentinois (-killed in battle Grusans 1321).  He succeeded his father as Conte di Avellino

ii)         HELOISE Britaud .  Vicomtesse de Provins.  “Johannes Bertaudi miles” confirmed that “Guillelmus dominus de Barris et Heloydis eius uxor, soror præfati Johannis” had sold “vicecomitatus Pruvinensis” to Thibaut IV Comte de Champagne by charter dated Jul 1248[234].  "Guillelmus de Barris" donated property to Fontaines, with the consent of "Helewidis uxoris meæ, Johannis et Guillelmi filiorum meorum", by charter dated Jul 1248[235].  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  The necrology of Chambre-Fontaine includes the listing "8 Aug" of "Johannis de Barris militis, domini de Oysseriaco et Helvidis matris eius et Petronillæ et Isabellis uxorum eius" and their donations "in territorio de Oysseriaco" dated 1262[236]m as his second wife, GUILLAUME [III] des Barres, son of GUILLAUME [II] des Barres Comte de Rochefort Seigneur d’Oissery et de la Ferté-Alais[237] & his wife Amice of Leicester (-Nicosia 15 Nov [1249]). 

b)         [son(s) .  His (or their) existence is confirmed by the charter dated 1184 under which “Maria Trecensis comitissa” settled a dispute between the chapter of Saint-Quiriace de Provins and “heredes Mathei quondam Trecensis episcopi...filii defuncti Petri Bristaudi[238].  Presumably they are the same persons as Dreux [II] and Gilles who are named below.] 

c)         DREUX [II] (-after 1219).  Adam de Meludino advocatus terre Sancti Dyonisii de Grandi puteo et de terra Sancti Audoeni” and ”Helvisa sponsa predicti Ade assensu filiorum nostrorum et filiarum nostrarum...Henrici, Drogonis, Marie, Gilonis, Luciane” confirmed the customs of the lands, as during the time of “Petri de Corteriaco et...Petri Bristaudi”, by charter dated 1189[239]Elouvis domina de Nangis” donated “decimam...de Aspreselve” to Paraclet abbey, with the consent of “filii mei Henricus et Drogo et Gilo et Maria filia mea et Lucia soror eius et Willelmus gener meus”, by charter dated 1192[240]Maria Trecensis comitissa” confirmed the donation of property to the Templars at Provins made by “Henricus Bristaudus, Helvisa matre sua concedente”, for the soul of “patris sui Petri Bristaudi”, with the consent of “fratres eius Drogo, Egidius et Maria soror eius”, by charter dated 1193[241].  Adela Queen of France notified the settlement of war between Henricum Bristaudi” and “Gilonem de Grandi puteo”, caused by “malefacto quod Drogo frater Henrici fecerat Giloni”, by charter dated 1201, sworn by “Heloisa mater Henrici et ipse Henricus et fratres sui Drogo et Gilo...[242].  Père Anselme states that Henri and Dreux are named "avec leur frere dans le titre de l’an 1219"[243]m ---.  The name of Dreux’s wife is not known.  Dreux [II] & his wife had two children: 

i)          JEAN (-after May 1238).  Jean et Henri fils de Dreux Britaud” transferred their rights “sur Clos-Fontaine” to the monks of Jouy by charter dated 1238 “octave de la Pentocôte[244]

ii)         HENRI (-after May 1238).  Jean et Henri fils de Dreux Britaud” transferred their rights “sur Clos-Fontaine” to the monks of Jouy by charter dated 1238 “octave de la Pentocôte[245]

d)         MARIE (-after 1219).  Adam de Meludino advocatus terre Sancti Dyonisii de Grandi puteo et de terra Sancti Audoeni” and ”Helvisa sponsa predicti Ade assensu filiorum nostrorum et filiarum nostrarum...Henrici, Drogonis, Marie, Gilonis, Luciane” confirmed the customs of the lands, as during the time of “Petri de Corteriaco et...Petri Bristaudi”, by charter dated 1189[246]Elouvis domina de Nangis” donated “decimam...de Aspreselve” to Paraclet abbey, with the consent of “filii mei Henricus et Drogo et Gilo et Maria filia mea et Lucia soror eius et Willelmus gener meus”, by charter dated 1192[247]Maria Trecensis comitissa” confirmed the donation of property to the Templars at Provins made by “Henricus Bristaudus, Helvisa matre sua concedente”, for the soul of “patris sui Petri Bristaudi”, with the consent of “fratres eius Drogo, Egidius et Maria soror eius”, by charter dated 1193[248].  Père Anselme names Gilles as "beaufrere de Jean seigneur de Valery dans un titre de l’an 1219"[249].  It is not known whether this refers to the brother of Gilles’s wife or to the husband of one of his sisters.  [m JEAN Seigneur de Valery, son of ---.] 

e)         GILLES (-after 1219).  Adam de Meludino advocatus terre Sancti Dyonisii de Grandi puteo et de terra Sancti Audoeni” and ”Helvisa sponsa predicti Ade assensu filiorum nostrorum et filiarum nostrarum...Henrici, Drogonis, Marie, Gilonis, Luciane” confirmed the customs of the lands, as during the time of “Petri de Corteriaco et...Petri Bristaudi”, by charter dated 1189[250]Elouvis domina de Nangis” donated “decimam...de Aspreselve” to Paraclet abbey, with the consent of “filii mei Henricus et Drogo et Gilo et Maria filia mea et Lucia soror eius et Willelmus gener meus”, by charter dated 1192[251]Maria Trecensis comitissa” confirmed the donation of property to the Templars at Provins made by “Henricus Bristaudus, Helvisa matre sua concedente”, for the soul of “patris sui Petri Bristaudi”, with the consent of “fratres eius Drogo, Egidius et Maria soror eius”, by charter dated 1193[252].  Adela Queen of France notified the settlement of war between Henricum Bristaudi” and “Gilonem de Grandi puteo”, caused by “malefacto quod Drogo frater Henrici fecerat Giloni”, by charter dated 1201, sworn by “Heloisa mater Henrici et ipse Henricus et fratres sui Drogo et Gilo...[253].  Père Anselme names Gilles as "beaufrere de Jean seigneur de Valery dans un titre de l’an 1219"[254]

f)          LUCIENNE (-after 1219).  Adam de Meludino advocatus terre Sancti Dyonisii de Grandi puteo et de terra Sancti Audoeni” and ”Helvisa sponsa predicti Ade assensu filiorum nostrorum et filiarum nostrarum...Henrici, Drogonis, Marie, Gilonis, Luciane” confirmed the customs of the lands, as during the time of “Petri de Corteriaco et...Petri Bristaudi”, by charter dated 1189[255]Elouvis domina de Nangis” donated “decimam...de Aspreselve” to Paraclet abbey, with the consent of “filii mei Henricus et Drogo et Gilo et Maria filia mea et Lucia soror eius et Willelmus gener meus”, by charter dated 1192[256].  Père Anselme records that Lucienne "est mentionnée avec ses freres et sa sœur dans les chartes de l’abbaye de S. Germain des prez de l’an 1208 et celle du Paraclet en 1219"[257].  [Henri Britaud approved the sale of production from le moul in à vent de Chenoise” made to Jouy by “Guillaume Clugnez chevalier et Lucienne sa femme” by charter dated 1224[258].  The names of the donors suggest that this document could refer to Lucienne, sister of Henri Britaud, and her husband.  Another possibility is that the donors were her daughter and her daughter’s husband.]  m (before 1192) GUILLAUME, son of ---. 

g)         [daughter (-before 1234).  Henricus Britaut” noted that “Guillermus Morat miles et Johannes frater eius armiger nepotes mei” had donated harvest “ad Escoblet” to la Maison-Dieu de Provins, for the soul of “matris sue”, by charter dated 1234[259].  Assuming that “nepotes” in this document can be interpreted in its strict sense of nephews, Henri Britaud was the maternal uncle of the two donors, although the term could indicate a more remote family relationship.  Presumably this person was either Marie or Lucienne who are shown above.  m ---.] 

2.         [DREUX [I] Britaud (-before 1184).  “...Petrus Bristaudus, Drogo Bristaudus...” witnessed the charter dated 1161 under which Henri Comte de Champagne granted rights to the canons of Saint-Quiriace de Provins[260].  The document does not specify any family relationship between these two witnesses but their adjacent names suggest a close connection.  Maybe they were brothers.  "Ansellus de Trianulo buticularius, Odo de Pugeio conestabulus, Guillelmus Rex marescalcus, Drogo Bristaudus et Petrus Bristaudus fratres" witnessed the charter dated 24 Jul 1164 under which Henri I Comte de Champagne donated property to "magistro Nicolao...priori S. Johannis"[261].  "...Drogo de Pruvinio, Petrus Bristaldus frater eius..." subscribed the charter dated 1171 under which Henry I Comte de Champagne confirmed donations to Paraclet made by “defunctus Girardus de Nogento...defunctus Guillelmus Brito...[262]The difference in name order in these last two documents suggests they refer to different persons from the document dated 1161.  The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “...duo Bristaudi...” in De Pruvino[263].]  m ---.  The name of Dreux’s wife is not known.  Dreux & his wife had two children: 

a)         PIERRE Desmares .  “Maria Trecensis comitissa” settled a dispute between the chapter of Saint-Quiriace de Provins and “heredes Mathei quondam Trecensis episcopi...Petrus Desmares et Petrus frater eius, pueri defuncti Drogonis Bristaudi, Adam de Meleduno et Heluisa uxor eius, et filii defuncti Petri Bristaudi” by charter dated 1184[264]

b)         PIERREMaria Trecensis comitissa” settled a dispute between the chapter of Saint-Quiriace de Provins and “heredes Mathei quondam Trecensis episcopi...Petrus Desmares et Petrus frater eius, pueri defuncti Drogonis Bristaudi, Adam de Meleduno et Heluisa uxor eius, et filii defuncti Petri Bristaudi” by charter dated 1184[265]

 

 

Two brothers: 

1.         HERBERT Britaud (-after [1172]).  The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “...Petrus Bristaudus...Herbertus et Radulphus Bristaudus frater eius…” in De Pruvino[266]

2.         RAOUL Britaud (-after [1172]).  The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “...Petrus Bristaudus...Herbertus et Radulphus Bristaudus frater eius…” in De Pruvino[267].   

 

 

 

C.      SEIGNEURS de NOGENT-sur-SEINE

 

 

Nogent-sur-Seine is located about 10 kilometres south-east of Provins in the present day French département of Aube. 

 

 

1.         MILON de Nogent (-after 1146).  Seigneur de Nogent-sur-Seine.  A charter dated 1144 records an agreement between Paraclet and Val Luisent over a donation made by "Elisabeth de Villamauri", in the presence of “domino Milone de Nogento et Gauthero nepote eius[268]"Milo dominus Nogennii" granted use of “nemoris Morvei...” to Paraclet, with the support of “filia predicti Milonis Isabel et Gerardo genere suo, Freerio, Joiffredo, Gaucherio, Stephano nepotibus suis”, by charter dated 1146[269]m ---.  The name of Milon’s wife is not known.  Milon & his wife had one child: 

a)         ISABELLE de Nogent (-after 1186).  "Milo dominus Nogennii" granted use of “nemoris Morvei...” to Paraclet, with the support of “filia predicti Milonis Isabel et Gerardo genere suo, Freerio, Joiffredo, Gaucherio, Stephano nepotibus suis”, by charter dated 1146[270]"Domina Elisabet de Nogento" donated revenue from “pedagio de Nogento...” to Paraclet, to remit the sins of herself “patris et matris sue et mariti sui Girardi et filiorum suorum Milonis et Johannis”, with the support of “Helouvisa uxor domini Milonis”, by charter dated 1186[271]m (before [1140]) GERARD, son of --- (-before 1171).  Henri I Comte de Champagne confirmed donations to Paraclet made by "defunctus Girardus de Nogenti...assensu uxoris sue et filii" by charter dated 1171[272]Gérard & his wife had six children: 

i)          FREHER de Nogent .  "Milo dominus Nogennii" granted use of “nemoris Morvei...” to Paraclet, with the support of “filia predicti Milonis Isabel et Gerardo genere suo, Freerio, Joiffredo, Gaucherio, Stephano nepotibus suis”, by charter dated 1146[273]

ii)         GEOFFROY de Nogent"Milo dominus Nogennii" granted use of “nemoris Morvei...” to Paraclet, with the support of “filia predicti Milonis Isabel et Gerardo genere suo, Freerio, Joiffredo, Gaucherio, Stephano nepotibus suis”, by charter dated 1146[274]

iii)        GAUTHIER de NogentA charter dated 1144 records an agreement between Paraclet and Val Luisent over a donation made by "Elisabeth de Villamauri", in the presence of “domino Milone de Nogento et Gauthero nepote eius[275]"Milo dominus Nogennii" granted use of “nemoris Morvei...” to Paraclet, with the support of “filia predicti Milonis Isabel et Gerardo genere suo, Freerio, Joiffredo, Gaucherio, Stephano nepotibus suis”, by charter dated 1146[276]

iv)       ETIENNE de Nogent"Milo dominus Nogennii" granted use of “nemoris Morvei...” to Paraclet, with the support of “filia predicti Milonis Isabel et Gerardo genere suo, Freerio, Joiffredo, Gaucherio, Stephano nepotibus suis”, by charter dated 1146[277]

v)        MILON de Nogent (-after 1194).  Seigneur de Nogent-sur-Seine.  "Domina Elisabet de Nogento" donated revenue from “pedagio de Nogento...” to Paraclet, to remit the sins of herself “patris et matris sue et mariti sui Girardi et filiorum suorum Milonis et Johannis”, with the support of “Helouvisa uxor domini Milonis”, by charter dated 1186[278]A charter dated 1194, confirming donations to Paraclet, noted that "Garinus prepositus de Nogennio" donated “molendinum de Brusleto, per manum domini Milonis concedente Harduino filio suo[279]m HELOISE, daughter of ---.  "Domina Elisabet de Nogento" donated revenue from “pedagio de Nogento...” to Paraclet, to remit the sins of herself “patris et matris sue et mariti sui Girardi et filiorum suorum Milonis et Johannis”, with the support of “Helouvisa uxor domini Milonis”, by charter dated 1186[280].  Milon & his wife had children: 

(a)       HARDOUIN de NogentA charter dated 1194, confirming donations to Paraclet, noted that "Garinus prepositus de Nogennio" donated “molendinum de Brusleto, per manum domini Milonis concedente Harduino filio suo[281]

(b)       HUGUES de Nogent (-before 1194, bur Paraclet).  A charter dated 1194, confirming donations to Paraclet, noted that "Milo dominus Nogennii" (in whose territory Paraclet was built) donated “furnum de Sancto Albino” for “Comitissa nepte sua” who was entering as a nun, and other property for the soul of “Hugonis filii sui ibidem sepulti[282]

(c)       --- de Nogentm ---.  One child: 

(1)       COMTESSE de Nogent .  Nun at Paraclet.  A charter dated 1194, confirming donations to Paraclet, noted that "Milo dominus Nogennii" (in whose territory Paraclet was built) donated “furnum de Sancto Albino” for “Comitissa nepte sua” who was entering as a nun, and other property for the soul of “Hugonis filii sui ibidem sepulti[283]

vi)       JEAN de Nogent (-after 1186).  "Domina Elisabet de Nogento" donated revenue from “pedagio de Nogento...” to Paraclet, to remit the sins of herself “patris et matris sue et mariti sui Girardi et filiorum suorum Milonis et Johannis”, by charter dated 1186[284]

 

 

 

D.      SEIGNEURS de PLANCY

 

 

1.         --- Seigneur de Plancym --- de Montlhéry, daughter of MILON [I] "le Grand" Seigneur de Montlhéry & his wife Lithuaise Vicomtesse de TroyesThe 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]"[285]Two children: 

a)         HUGUES [I] de Plancy (-after [1116/17]).  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]"[286]Seigneur de Plancy.  “Hugo Planciensis dominus et Emelina eius...conjuncx...soror eiusdem Hugonis Hodierna...et cognata eius uxor Roberti, filii Garnerii” donated their respective parts of “alodii sui de sancto Patroclo” to Molesmes by charter dated to 1099[287]Manasses de Villamor, Milo filius eius, Symon de Breis, Guido de Dampetra, Hugo de Planci, Clarembaldus de Cappis, Tevinus de Forgiis...” witnessed the charter dated to [1116/17] which records that "Milo Milonis filius, Guidonis Trosselli frater", a captive of "Hugone de Crecio…apud Castellum Forte", donated property to Notre-Dame de Longpont, was later killed in the same place and buried "apud Longum Pontem" in the presence of "Rainaldus frater eius…cum nepotibus suis et Manasse vicecomite Senonensi"[288]m (before 1099) EMMELINE, daughter of ---.  Hugo Planciensis dominus et Emelina eius...conjuncx...soror eiusdem Hugonis Hodierna...et cognata eius uxor Roberti, filii Garnerii” donated their respective parts of “alodii sui de sancto Patroclo” to Molesmes by charter dated to 1099[289]

b)         HODIERNA .  “Hugo Planciensis dominus et Emelina eius...conjuncx...soror eiusdem Hugonis Hodierna...et cognata eius uxor Roberti, filii Garnerii” donated their respective parts of “alodii sui de sancto Patroclo” to Molesmes by charter dated to 1099[290]

2.         [---.  If “cognata” in the charter quoted below can be interpreted as meaning “first cousin”, one of the parents of the wife of Robert was the uncle/aunt of the Hugues [I] de Plancy or of his wife.]  m ---.  One child: 

a)         daughter .  “Hugo Planciensis dominus et Emelina eius...conjuncx...soror eiusdem Hugonis Hodierna...et cognata eius uxor Roberti, filii Garnerii” donated their respective parts of “alodii sui de sancto Patroclo” to Molesmes by charter dated to 1099[291]m ROBERT, son of GARNIER & his wife ---.   

 

 

3.         MILON de Plancy (-after 1152).  "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[292]

 

 

Three brothers.  While it is probable that they were descended from Hugues [I] Seigneur de Plancy, the chronology suggests that an intervening generation is possible (maybe represented by Milon, above). 

 

1.         HUGUES [II] de Plancy (-before 1189)Seigneur de PlancyHenri I Comte de Champagne (Henricus Trecensis comes palatinus”) declared that “Theobaldus comes Blesensis pater meus” had granted annual revenue to “Archambaudo de Soilliaco nepoti” by charter dated 1158, witnessed by “...Hugo de Planceio...[293].  “Hugo dominus Planceii et Milo frater meus” donated “Raaldem de Longavilla et terra suam” to Molesmes by charter dated to [1160][294].  "Hugues seigneur de Plancey" donated property to Clairvaux, with the consent of "Gibon son fils", by charter dated to before 1189, witnessed by "Haice de Plancy frère de Hugues, Gauthier de Chappes, Isabelle femme de Hugues et Mélissende de Méry"[295]m ELISABETH de Traînel, daughter of ANSEAU [I] Seigneur de Traînel & his wife Hélisende --- (-after 1189).  "Garnier de Trainel" confirmed a donation to la maison de la Pannetière made by "sa sœur Elisabeth", ratified by "Gilon de Marigni fils d’Elisabeth et neveu de Garnier de Trainel…Garnier de Rigni gendre de Gilon", by charter dated 1189[296].  "Gilo dominus Planceii" confirmed the donation of “terram de Paleiz” made by “Hugo pater meus bone memorie et assensu Elisabeth...matris mee” to “Caprarie sorori mee”, in the presence of “Elisabet matre mea et Holdeiarde uxore mea”, by charter dated 1189[297]Hugues [II] & his wife had two children: 

a)         GILON de Plancy (-[1209/13]).  "Hugues seigneur de Plancey" donated property to Clairvaux, with the consent of "Gibon son fils", by charter dated to before 1189, witnessed by "Haice de Plancy frère de Hugues, Gauthier de Chappes, Isabelle femme de Hugues et Mélissende de Méry"[298].  "Garnier de Trainel" confirmed a donation to la maison de la Pannetière made by "sa sœur Elisabeth", ratified by "Gilon de Marigni fils d’Elisabeth et neveu de Garnier de Trainel…Garnier de Rigni gendre de Gilon", by charter dated 1189[299]Seigneur de Plancy.  "Gilo dominus Planceii" confirmed the donation of “terram de Paleiz” made by “Hugo pater meus bone memorie et assensu Elisabeth...matris mee” to “Caprarie sorori mee”, in the presence of “Elisabet matre mea et Holdeiarde uxore mea”, by charter dated 1189[300]m HOLDEARDE, daughter of --- (-before 1213).  "Gilo dominus Planceii" confirmed the donation of “terram de Paleiz” made by “Hugo pater meus bone memorie et assensu Elisabeth...matris mee” to “Caprarie sorori mee”, in the presence of “Elisabet matre mea et Holdeiarde uxore mea”, by charter dated 1189[301].  Gilon & his wife had one child: 

i)          PHILIPPE de Plancy (-[1234/37]).  His parentage is confirmed by the charter dated Mar 1218 (O.S.) under which [his wife] "Agnes domina de Planceio" donated property to Troyes Saint-Pierre, her husband leaving for Jerusalem (“dominus vir meus Philippus esset Jerosolimam profecturus”), for the anniversary of “domine mee Odeardis quondam matris domini viri mei[302]Seigneur de Plancy

-         see below

b)         CAPRARIE de Plancy"Gilo dominus Planceii" confirmed the donation of “terram de Paleiz” made by “Hugo pater meus bone memorie et assensu Elisabeth...matris mee” to “Caprarie sorori mee”, in the presence of “Elisabet matre mea et Holdeiarde uxore mea”, by charter dated 1189[303]

2.         MILON de Plancy (-murdered Acre Oct 1174, bur Jerusalem Holy Sepulchre).  “Hugo dominus Planceii et Milo frater meus” donated “Raaldem de Longavilla et terra suam” to Molesmes by charter dated to [1160][304]Seneschal of Jerusalem: William of Tyre records the death in 1173 (an error for 1174, assuming that the date of the charter quoted below is correct) of "Milo de Planci de Campania ultramontana de terra Henrici comitis Trecensis", specifying that he was "consanguineus" of Amaury King of Jerusalem who had appointed him Seneschal and Lord of "Syriæ-Sobal…de iure uxoris", and his burial "III Kal Nov" in the church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem[305].  [Lord of Montréal: there is doubt whether Milon de Plancy was Lord of Montréal, as indicated by the charter dated 26 Mar 1173 under which Amaury King of Jerusalem donated property to the Teutonic Knights, as this is subscribed by "…Milo, dominus Montis Regalis…Milo de Planci…"[306], suggesting that there were two different individuals named Milon at that date and that Milon de Plancy was not the Lord of Montréal.]  "…Milo de Planceio…" subscribed a charter dated 24 Feb 1174 under which Amaury I King of Jerusalem donated property to the church of St Lazarus, Jerusalem[307].  "…Milo, dominus Montis Regalis…" subscribed a charter dated 18 Apr 1174 under which Amaury I King of Jerusalem donated property to the Knights Hospitallers[308].  "…Milo, Montis Regalis dominus…" subscribed a charter dated 3 Jul 1174 under which Amaury I King of Jerusalem granted property to "Philippo Ruffo"[309]m (1173) as her second husband, STEPHANIE de Milly, widow of HONFROY [III] de Toron, daughter and heiress of PHILIPPE de Milly Lord of Hebron and Montréal & his wife Isabelle ---.  The Lignages d'Outremer name "Helvys et Estefenie" as the two daughters of "mesire Phelippe de Naples", specifying that Stephanie was heiress of her father and was wife (firstly) of "Hamfrei le seignor dou Thoron…fiz…Hamfrei…conestable", and (secondly) of "prince Renaut, qui avoit esté prince d'Antioche de par sa feme l'autre"[310].  Heiress  of Oultrejourdain.  William of Tyre names her "Stephaniam Philippi Neapolitani filiam" when recording her (second) husband's death in 1173[311].  She married thirdly ([1175/Nov 1177]) as his second wife, Renaud de Châtillon, Lord of Hebron and Montréal.  "Hainfredus, filius Hainfredi iuvenis" donated property to St Lazarus, Jerusalem, with the consent of "Rainaldi principis Montis Regalis et domini Ebronensis, Stephanie matris dicti Rainaldi uxoris", for the souls of "Philippi avi sui, Hainfredi connestabuli, Hainfredi patris sui", by charter dated 21 Apr 1183[312]

3.         HAICE de Plancy (-20 Feb 1193).  “Haicius de Planceio” donated property “in villa sua de Perteia” to Molesmes by charter dated 1176[313].  “Henricus Trecensis comes palatinus” confirmed property to “domino Haicio de Planciaco” by charter dated 1187[314].  "Hugues seigneur de Plancey" donated property to Clairvaux, with the consent of "Gibon son fils", by charter dated to before 1189, witnessed by "Haice de Plancy frère de Hugues, Gauthier de Chappes, Isabelle femme de Hugues et Mélissende de Méry"[315]

 

 

PHILIPPE de Plancy, son of GILON Seigneur de Plancy & his wife Holdéarde --- (-[1234/37])His parentage is confirmed by the charter dated Mar 1218 (O.S.) under which [his wife] "Agnes domina de Planceio" donated property to Troyes Saint-Pierre, her husband leaving for Jerusalem (“dominus vir meus Philippus esset Jerosolimam profecturus”), for the anniversary of “domine mee Odeardis quondam matris domini viri mei[316]Seigneur de Plancy.  “Philippus dominus Planceii” permitted Molesmes to retain property “apud Masellos” during his lifetime and to revert to the abbey unconditionally after his death, by charter dated 1209[317].  “Philippus dominus de Plancei” donated a serf to Molesmes, with the consent of “Agnetis uxoris mee”, by charter dated 1220[318].  “Philippus dominus Planceii” confirmed donating “prioratu de Abbatia juxta Planceyum” to Molesmes, with the consent of “Agnete uxore mea et et filiis meis Jacobo, Hugone, Theobaldo, Philippo”, by charter dated 1234[319]

m AGNES de Brienne, daughter of THIBAUT de Brienne [Bar-sur-Seine] & his wife Marguerite [de Chacenay] (-after 1234).  "Guido dominus de Juilly" donated pasturage rights "in finagiis...Barri, Villenove, Merri et Ville super Arciam, Chierrevi..." to Mores, with the consent of “Petronilla uxor mea de cujus hereditate predicta ista movebant et Margareta mater ipsius et Agnes filia eiusdem [...domine Margarete]”, by charter dated 1197[320].  “Theobaudus de Barro dominus Chamloti” donated produce from his grange at Champlost to Pontigny, where he had chosen to be buried, with the support of “uxore mea Margarite et filiabus meis Petronilla et Agna”, by charter dated 1204[321].  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not been identified.  "Agnes domina de Planceio" donated property to Troyes Saint-Pierre, her husband leaving for Jerusalem (“dominus vir meus Philippus esset Jerosolimam profecturus”), for the anniversary of “domine mee Odeardis quondam matris domini viri mei”, by charter dated Mar 1218 (O.S.)[322].  Dame de Bragelogne et de Beugnon.  “Philippus dominus de Plancei” donated a serf to Molesmes, with the consent of “Agnetis uxoris mee”, by charter dated 1220[323].  “Philippus dominus Planceii” confirmed donating “prioratu de Abbatia juxta Planceyum” to Molesmes, with the consent of “Agnete uxore mea et et filiis meis Jacobo, Hugone, Theobaldo, Philippo”, by charter dated 1234[324]

Philippe & his wife had four children: 

1.         JACQUES de Plancy (-after Jul 1250).  “Philippus dominus Planceii” confirmed donating “prioratu de Abbatia juxta Planceyum” to Molesmes, with the consent of “Agnete uxore mea et et filiis meis Jacobo, Hugone, Theobaldo, Philippo”, by charter dated 1234[325]Seigneur de Plancy.  “Jacobus dominus Planceii” confirmed the donation made to Molesmes by “clare memorie quondam pater meus Philippus dominus Planceii” by charter dated 1237[326].  “Jacques seigneur de Plancy et Hugues de Plancy seigneur de Bragelonne chevaliers” renounced their rights “à Courcelles” in favour of “Philippe de Plancy chanoine leur frère” in exchange for “la part de Philippe dans la succession de Thibaud chevalier seigneur de Saint-Vinnemer leur frère” by charter dated Jul 1250[327]

2.         HUGUES de Plancy (-after Jul 1250).  “Philippus dominus Planceii” confirmed donating “prioratu de Abbatia juxta Planceyum” to Molesmes, with the consent of “Agnete uxore mea et et filiis meis Jacobo, Hugone, Theobaldo, Philippo”, by charter dated 1234[328].  Seigneur de Bragelonne.  “Jacques seigneur de Plancy et Hugues de Plancy seigneur de Bragelonne chevaliers” renounced their rights “à Courcelles” in favour of “Philippe de Plancy chanoine leur frère” in exchange for “la part de Philippe dans la succession de Thibaud chevalier seigneur de Saint-Vinnemer leur frère” by charter dated Jul 1250[329]

3.         THIBAUT de Plancy (-before Jul 1250).  “Philippus dominus Planceii” confirmed donating “prioratu de Abbatia juxta Planceyum” to Molesmes, with the consent of “Agnete uxore mea et et filiis meis Jacobo, Hugone, Theobaldo, Philippo”, by charter dated 1234[330].  Seigneur de Saint-Vinnemer.  “Jacques seigneur de Plancy et Hugues de Plancy seigneur de Bragelonne chevaliers” renounced their rights “à Courcelles” in favour of “Philippe de Plancy chanoine leur frère” in exchange for “la part de Philippe dans la succession de Thibaud chevalier seigneur de Saint-Vinnemer leur frère” by charter dated Jul 1250[331]

4.         PHILIPPE de Plancy (-after Jul 1250).  “Philippus dominus Planceii” confirmed donating “prioratu de Abbatia juxta Planceyum” to Molesmes, with the consent of “Agnete uxore mea et et filiis meis Jacobo, Hugone, Theobaldo, Philippo”, by charter dated 1234[332].  Canon.  “Jacques seigneur de Plancy et Hugues de Plancy seigneur de Bragelonne chevaliers” renounced their rights “à Courcelles” in favour of “Philippe de Plancy chanoine leur frère” in exchange for “la part de Philippe dans la succession de Thibaud chevalier seigneur de Saint-Vinnemer leur frère” by charter dated Jul 1250[333]

 

 

1.         GUY de Plancy (-after 1224).  “...Guidonis de Planceio...” confirmed the charter dated 1224 under which Thibaut IV Comte de Champagne regulated the succession of fiefs[334]

 

2.         GUY de Plancy (-after Jul 1250).  By charter dated Jul 1250, “Eustaces sires de Coflans” agreed payments for “la terre que j’ai...par droit de Iehanne ma femme à Gondricourt” to be made within one year, noting that he would not involve “l’Euesque de Toul...ne au signor de Risnel”, and that after one year “je ne voldroie respondre et se Geraviler que je tenoie en fié dou signor de Joinvile qui soloit alues auttans mon signor Guion de Planci et cil Guiz en fist fié[335]

 

3.         PHILIPPE de Plancy (-8 Jan 1317)Seigneur de Plancym MARIE de Noyers, daughter of MILON [VIII] Seigneur de Noyers & his second wife --- des Barres (-after 1278).  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not been identified. 

 

4.         MARGUERITE de Plancy (-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[336]m JEAN de Joinville Seigneur de Vaucouleurs, son of GAUTHIER de Joinville Seigneur de Vaucouleurs & his wife Isabelle de Cirey ([1280/95]-after 15 Nov 1337). 

 

 

 

E.      SEIGNEURS de PROVINS

 

 

1.         MILON [I] de Provins (-after Apr 1110).  Philippe I King of France received the homage of nepotem nostrum Theobaldum comitem Trecensem”, and of the latter’s nobles of whom “...Milo de Prouins...”, by charter dated Apr 1110[337]

 

 

Two brothers: 

1.         MILON [II] de Provins (-[after Apr 1198]).  Fiefs in “la Chastelerie de Provins”, under Henri I Comte de Champagne, include “…Miles de Prouvins et Jahan son frere…[338].  “...Guillaume maréchal...Habran de Provins...Artaud chambrier, Milon de Provins...” witnessed the charter dated 1177 under which Henri Comte de Champagne denounced an agreement between Cheminon Notre-Dame and “les hommes du comte à Maurupt[339].  [“...Milo de Provins…” swore allegiance to Philippe IV King of France with Thibaut III Comte de Champagne by charter dated Apr 1198[340].  It is not known whether this document refers to the same person as Milon [II].] 

2.         JEAN de Provins .  Fiefs in “la Chastelerie de Provins”, under Henri I Comte de Champagne, include “…Miles de Prouvins et Jahan son frere…[341]

 

 

Two brothers: 

1.         GUILLAUME [Rex?] (-after 1179).  Maréchal de Champagne.  ["Ansellus de Trianulo buticularius, Odo de Pugeio conestabulus, Guillelmus Rex marescalcus, Drogo Bristaudus et Petrus Bristaudus fratres" witnessed the charter dated 24 Jul 1164 under which Henri I Comte de Champagne donated property to "magistro Nicolao...priori S. Johannis"[342].  It is not certain that “Guillelmus Rex” was the same person as Guillaume who is named in the other charters quoted below.]  The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “...Guillelmus marescallus, Matheus frater eius…” in De Pruvino[343].  The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “...Guillelmus marescallus Ogerus de Sancto Karauno castellariam de Chaplaignes et apud Sezanniam et apud Codes et apud Angleure…” in De Sezannia et de Lachi[344].  The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “...marescallus. Ogerus de Sancto Karauno…” in De Virtute[345].  “...Guillaume maréchal...Habran de Provins...Artaud chambrier, Milon de Provins...” witnessed the charter dated 1177 under which Henri Comte de Champagne denounced an agreement between Cheminon Notre-Dame and “les hommes du comte à Maurupt[346].  "Willelmus marescallus" donated production from “molendino de Villa Nova juxta Castelet de Pont” to Paraclet, with the support of “uxor mea”, by charter dated 1179, witnessed by “...Matheus frater marescalli et nepotes eius...[347].  Artaud de Nogent made a similar donation on the same date (see below), suggesting joint ownership of the property and a possible family relationship.  m --- (-after 1179).  "Willelmus marescallus" donated production from “molendino de Villa Nova juxta Castelet de Pont” to Paraclet, with the support of “uxor mea”, by charter dated 1179[348]

2.         MATHIEU (-after 1179).  The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “...Guillelmus marescallus, Matheus frater eius…” in De Pruvino[349].  "Ertaldus comitis Henrici camerarius" donated production from “molendino de Villa Nova juxta Pontes” to Paraclet, with the support of “Hodierna uxor mea”, by charter dated 1179, witnessed by “...Matheus frater marescalli et nepotes eius...[350]

 

 

1.         ABRAHAM de Provins (-after 1177).  The Feoda Campanie dated [1172] includes “...Abraham de Pruvino apud Gresanci et Pontes…” in De Pontibus[351].  “...Guillaume maréchal...Habran de Provins...Artaud chambrier, Milon de Provins...” witnessed the charter dated 1177 under which Henri Comte de Champagne denounced an agreement between Cheminon Notre-Dame and “les hommes du comte à Maurupt[352].  [m HELISENDE, daughter of --- (-after [1200/01]).  The Feoda Campanie dated [1200/01] includes “…domina Elisanz de feodo domini Abran…” in De Feodis Pruvini[353].  This entry suggests that Hélisende was the widow of Abraham de Provins, but the primary source which confirms the marriage has not been identified.]  

 

2.         MILON de Provins (-before Oct 1197).  Maréchal [de Champagne].  He is named as deceased in the charter dated Oct 1197 quoted below.  m HELIE de Villemaure, daughter of --- (-[Oct 1197]).  "Helia de Villemauro defuncti Milonis marescalli de Pruvino quondam uxor", on her deathbed, donated revenue from “pedagio Villemauri...” to Paraclet, including an amount held by “Emelina amita ipsius”, noting that abbess Mélisende accepted “unam de filiabus Helie” as a nun, by charter dated Oct 1197, witnessed by “...Fromundo Bornifero ipsius Helie sororio...[354].  Milon & his wife had children: 

a)         daughter .  Nun at Paraclet.  Her entry into the priory is noted in the charter dated Oct 1197 quoted above. 

b)         daughters .  Their existence is confirmed by the charter dated Oct 1197 quoted above. 

 

 

 

F.      SEIGNEURS de TRAÎNEL

 

 

1.         DEODAT de Traînel (-before Jun 1079).  "Deodatus de Triangulo…" subscribed the charter dated to [1062/89] under which Richer Archbishop of Sens and Thibaut III Comte de Champagne confirmed privileges of the church of Provins[355]

 

2.         PONS de Traînel (-after Jun 1079)Seigneur de Pont-sur-Seine.  "Ponce dominus Pontis castri" donated the church of Stabulis to Cormery, with the consent of "son épouse Caravicina et leurs enfants Anseu, Garnier et le troisième Philippe, qui s’appelle aussi Milon", by charter dated Jun 1079[356]m MELISENDE de Montlhéry "Bona-vecina/Caravecina", daughter of GUY "le Grand" Seigneur de Montlhéry & his wife Hodierne de Gometz-la-Ferté (-27 Jun ----).  The Historia of Monk Aimon names "Milonem de Brayo et Guidonem Rubeum, Comitissam quoque Reiteste, et Bonam-vecinam de Pontibus, Elizabeth etiam uxorem Joscelini de Corteciniaco, insuper dominam de Puisat, et dominam de S. Galerico" as the children of "Guidonem" and his wife[357].  "Ponce dominus Pontis castri" donated the church of Stabulis to Cormery, with the consent of "son épouse Caravicina et leurs enfants Anseu, Garnier et le troisième Philippe, qui s’appelle aussi Milon", by charter dated Jun 1079[358]"Domnus Milo" confirmed the donation of "terram de Ver" to Notre-Dame de Longpont by "Milesendis cognomento Caravicina", by charter dated to [1095][359]Pons & his wife had [five] children: 

a)         ANSEAU [I] de Traînel (-after 1146).  "Ponce dominus Pontis castri" donated the church of Stabulis to Cormery, with the consent of "son épouse Caravicina et leurs enfants Anseu, Garnier et le troisième Philippe, qui s’appelle aussi Milon", by charter dated Jun 1079[360].  Seigneur de Traînel. 

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b)         GARNIER [I] de Traînel (-after 1110).  "Ponce dominus Pontis castri" donated the church of Stabulis to Cormery, with the consent of "son épouse Caravicina et leurs enfants Anseu, Garnier et le troisième Philippe, qui s’appelle aussi Milon", by charter dated Jun 1079[361].  Pope Urban II ordered "Guarnerio, Pontionis filium" to free Lambert Bishop of Arras, dated 1095[362]"Garnerius filius Poncii de Triagnello" donated "terram de Ver" to Notre-Dame de Longpont by charter dated to [1105][363].  Seigneur de Pont-sur-Seine.  m ---.  Garnier [I] & his wife had [one] child: 

i)          [PONCE [II] de Traînel (-[after 1146]).  A document dated 1106 records that "Ponce le jeune, neveu de l’évêque de Troyes" married by force "Mathilde fille de Hugues le Blanc", who had been promised "par ses parents à Galéran chambrier du roi", and the marriage declared void[364]m (annulled 1106) MATHILDE, daughter of HUGUES le Blanc & his wife ---.  A document dated 1106 records that "Ponce le jeune, neveu de l’évêque de Troyes" married by force "Mathilde fille de Hugues le Blanc", who had been promised "par ses parents à Galéran chambrier du roi", and the marriage declared void[365].] 

c)         PHILIPPE [Milon] de Traînel (-1121)"Ponce dominus Pontis castri" donated the church of Stabulis to Cormery, with the consent of "son épouse Caravicina et leurs enfants Anseu, Garnier et le troisième Philippe, qui s’appelle aussi Milon", by charter dated Jun 1079[366]Bishop of Troyes 1083. 

d)         COMTESSE de Traînel (-after 1144).  "Dominus Ansellus de Triagnio et filius eius Garnerius…et domina Helissendis uxor domini Anselli de Triagnio, et soror eius domina Comitissa" subscribed the charter dated 1144 which records an agreement between the abbot of Vauluisant and the abbess of Paraclet concerning their properties[367]

e)         [--- .  The precise relationship between the two brothers shown below and the Traînel family has not been traced.  From a chronological point of view, it is likely that they were two generations separated from Anseau [I] de Traînel.  m ---.]  [one child]: 

i)          [--- .  m ---.]  Two children: 

(a)       GARNIER de Traînel (-Constantinople 14 Apr 1205)"Gui Gasteblé" donated property at Thorigny to Vauluisant by charter dated 1183, witnessed by "Garnier chanoine son frère…André de Brienne"[368]Bishop of Troyes 1193. 

(b)       GUY Gasteblé (-after 9 Jul 1217).  "Gui Gasteblé" donated property at Thorigny to Vauluisant by charter dated 1183, witnessed by "Garnier chanoine son frère…André de Brienne"[369].  A charter of "Odo Dux Burgundiæ et Galcherus Comes S. Pauli" dated 9 Jul 1217 records the testimony of "Guido de Guastable" regarding the marriage of "Gaufridus de Donziaco…filiam suam" and "Ansello de Triangulo", the annulment of the marriage before it was consummated and return of the dowry, and her subsequent marriage with "comes Stephanus"[370]m COMTESSE, daughter of ---. 

 

 

ANSEAU [I] de Traînel, son of PONS Seigneur de Traînel et de Pont-sur-Seine & his wife Mélisende de Montlhéry (-after 1146).  "Ponce dominus Pontis castri" donated the church of Stabulis to Cormery, with the consent of "son épouse Caravicina et leurs enfants Anseu, Garnier et le troisième Philippe, qui s’appelle aussi Milon", by charter dated Jun 1079[371]Seigneur de Traînel.  "Dominus Ansellus de Triagnio et filius eius Garnerius…et domina Helissendis uxor domini Anselli de Triagnio, et soror eius domina Comitissa" subscribed the charter dated 1144 which records an agreement between the abbot of Vauluisant and the abbess of Paraclet concerning their properties[372]"Anselmus…de Triangulo" reached agreement with Troyes Saint-Loup concerning free women of Rivière de l’Ardusson, with the consent of "conjuge mea Helisende, liberisque meis Anselmo, Garnero", by charter dated 1145[373]"Anseau de Trainel…sa femme Helissende et leurs enfants Anseau, Garnier et Garin" approved a donation to Vauluisant by charter dated 1146[374]

m HELISENDE, [sister of Pétronille, wife of Garnier [Warin] de Vénisy,] daughter of --- (-after 1155).  "Dominus Ansellus de Triagnio et filius eius Garnerius…et domina Helissendis uxor domini Anselli de Triagnio, et soror eius domina Comitissa" subscribed the charter dated 1144 which records an agreement between the abbot of Vauluisant and the abbess of Paraclet concerning their properties[375]The origin of Hélisende is not known.  A possible clue is provided by the charter dated [25 Mar 1184/24 Mar 1185] under which [her son] "Garnerius de Triagnello" confirmed that "domna A[aliz] consanguinea mea" [Alix de Vénisy (see the document BURGUNDY DUCHY NOBILITY), wife of André de Brienne Seigneur de Ramérupt] had renounced rights over the wood of Saint-Etienne in favour of Pontigny[376].  The precise relationship between the two has not been traced.  It is possible that rights to Saint-Etienne entered the Vénisy family through Pétronille, paternal grandmother of Alix de Vénisy.  As Hélisende was also involved in a charter relating to the wood of Saint-Etienne, it is possible that she was the sister of Pétronille, wife of Guérin de Vénisy.  The chronology is consistent with this hypothesis.  "Anselmus…de Triangulo" reached agreement with Troyes Saint-Loup concerning free women of Rivière de l’Ardusson, with the consent of "conjuge mea Helisende, liberisque meis Anselmo, Garnero", by charter dated 1145[377]"Anseau de Trainel…sa femme Helissende et leurs enfants Anseau, Garnier et Garin" approved a donation to Vauluisant by charter dated 1146[378].  "Anselmus de Triannel et fratres eius Garnerius et Garinus" donated rights in the wood of Saint-Etienne to Pontigny, with the consent of "Elisendis mater supradictorum fratrum", by charter dated [25 Mar 1151/24 Mar 1152][379]

Anseau [I] & his wife had five children: 

1.         ANSEAU [II] de Traînel (-[1188/89])"Anselmus…de Triangulo" reached agreement with Troyes Saint-Loup concerning free women of Rivière de l’Ardusson, with the consent of "conjuge mea Helisende, liberisque meis Anselmo, Garnero", by charter dated 1145[380]Bouteiller de Champagne[381].  "Anseau de Trainel…sa femme Helissende et leurs enfants Anseau, Garnier et Garin" approved a donation to Vauluisant by charter dated 1146[382].  The History of Louis VII King of France names "…Ansellus de Triangello, Guarinus frater eius…"  among those who accompanied King Louis VII on crusade in 1147[383].  "Anselmus de Triannel et fratres eius Garnerius et Garinus" donated rights in the wood of Saint-Etienne to Pontigny, with the consent of "Elisendis mater supradictorum fratrum", by charter dated [25 Mar 1151/24 Mar 1152][384]Henri I Comte de Champagne (Henricus Trecensis comes palatinus”) declared that “Theobaldus comes Blesensis pater meus” had granted annual revenue to “Archambaudo de Soilliaco nepoti” by charter dated 1158, witnessed by “Ansellus de Triangulo...[385].  Bouteiller de Champagne: "Ansellus de Trianulo buticularius, Odo de Pugeio conestabulus, Guillelmus Rex marescalcus, Drogo Bristaudus et Petrus Bristaudus fratres" witnessed the charter dated 24 Jul 1164 under which Henri I Comte de Champagne donated property to "magistro Nicolao...priori S. Johannis"[386].  "Ansellus de Triangulo et…Garnerus de Triagnello frater predicti Anselli" donated property to "ecclesie Valli-Lucentis" by charter dated 1184[387]m firstly (repudiated before 1153) as her first husband, ALIX [Mathilde] de Donzy, daughter of GEOFFROY [III] Seigneur de Donzy & his second wife Garna de Toucy (-1175).  A charter of "Odo Dux Burgundiæ et Galcherus Comes S. Pauli" dated 9 Jul 1217 records the testimony of "Guido de Guastable" regarding the marriage of "Gaufridus de Donziaco…filiam suam" and "Ansello de Triangulo", the annulment of the marriage before it was consummated and return of the dowry, and her subsequent marriage with "comes Stephanus"[388].  The Historia Gloriosi Regis Ludovici VII records that "Gaufridus de Giemago…filiam suam" married "Stephano de Sancerro", with Gien as her dowry[389].  The primary source which confirms her name has not yet been identified.  She married secondly (1153) Etienne [I] Comte de Sancerrem secondly as her first husband, ERMESINDE de Brienne, daughter of GUY Comte de Bar-sur-Seine [Brienne] & his wife Petronille-Elisabeth de Chacenay (-1211 or after).  Manassès Bishop of Langres confirmed that "sororem meam dominam Trianguli" ratified donations to Vauluisant made by "bone memorie Ansellus dominus Trianguli" by charter dated to [1185/92][390]She married secondly (1189, divorced [1195]) as his second wife, Thibaut de Bar Seigneur de Briey, Steinay and Longwy, who succeeded in 1190 as Thibaut I Comte de BarThe Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Isabellam relictam domini Anselli de Triangulo, sororis comitis de Barro super Sequanam et episcopi Manasse Lingonensis" as second wife of "comes Barri Theobaldus"[391].  "Ermancia domina de Traignel" judged a dispute by charter dated 1196[392]"Ermansandis domina Trianguli" issued a charter dated 1200 relating to the wood of Coudroi[393]Anseau [II] & his second wife had two children: 

a)         ANSEAU [III] de Traînel (-[Nov 1208/1212])"Ansellus dominus de Triangulo" donated the wood of Coudroi to Paraclet, for the soul of "domini Ancelli patris mei felicis memorie", with the consent of "domina Ida uxor nostra…Maria soror nostra", by charter dated 1197[394]

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b)         MARIE de Traînel .  "Ansellus dominus de Triangulo" donated the wood of Coudroi to Paraclet, for the soul of "domini Ancelli patris mei felicis memorie", with the consent of "domina Ida uxor nostra…Maria soror nostra", by charter dated 1197[395]Dame de Charmoy. 

2.         GARNIER [II] de Traînel (-1194, bur Vauluisant)"Anselmus…de Triangulo" reached agreement with Troyes Saint-Loup concerning free women of Rivière de l’Ardusson, with the consent of "conjuge mea Helisende, liberisque meis Anselmo, Garnero", by charter dated 1145[396]The History of Louis VII King of France names "…Ansellus de Triangello, Guarinus frater eius…"  among those who accompanied King Louis VII on crusade in 1147[397].  Seigneur de Marigny. 

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3.         GARIN de Traînel .  "Anseau de Trainel…sa femme Helissende et leurs enfants Anseau, Garnier et Garin" approved a donation to Vauluisant by charter dated 1146[398].  "Anselmus de Triannel et fratres eius Garnerius et Garinus" donated rights in the wood of Saint-Etienne to Pontigny, with the consent of "Elisendis mater supradictorum fratrum", by charter dated [25 Mar 1151/24 Mar 1152][399]

4.         MILON de Traînel (-17 Mar 1202).  Abbé de Saint-Marien d’Auxerre 1155. 

5.         ELISABETH de Traînel (-after 1189).  "Garnier de Trainel" confirmed a donation to la maison de la Pannetière made by "sa sœur Elisabeth", ratified by "Gilon de Marigni fils d’Elisabeth et neveu de Garnier de Trainel…Garnier de Rigni gendre de Gilon", by charter dated 1189[400]m HUGUES [II] Seigneur de Plancy, son of --- (-before 1189). 

 

 

ANSEAU [III] de Traînel, son of ANSEAU [II] Seigneur de Traînel & his second wife Ermesinde de Bar-sur-Seine (-[Nov 1208/1212])Seigneur de Traînel"Ansellus dominus de Triangulo" donated the wood of Coudroi to Paraclet, for the soul of "domini Ancelli patris mei felicis memorie", with the consent of "domina Ida uxor nostra…Maria soror nostra", by charter dated 1197[401]Ansellus Trianguli dominus” confirmed the donation to Cudot church made by “Ermensendis mater mea pro remedio anime sue et Anselli patris mei”, by charter dated 1202[402]

m IDA, daughter of --- (-after Dec 1212).  "Ansellus dominus de Triangulo" donated the wood of Coudroi to Paraclet, for the soul of "domini Ancelli patris mei felicis memorie", with the consent of "domina Ida uxor nostra…Maria soror nostra", by charter dated 1197[403].  A charter dated Dec 1212 records a dispute between "Ida veuve d’Anseau et administrant les biens de ses enfants" and Vauluisant[404]

Anseau [III] & his wife had two children: 

1.         ANSEAU [IV] de Traînel (-1239).  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records the deaths in 1239 on crusade of "Robertus de Corteneio, comes Iohannes Matisconensis et Anselmus de Triangulo"[405]m SIBYLLE, daughter of --- (-after May 1248).  Henri de Villeneuve” sold the fief of Pâlis, previously held by “Sibille mère dudit Henri, par la dame de Mailly et par les héritiers de Mailly”, by charter dated May 1248[406].  She is also named in the charter of her son Henri [I] dated Nov 1263 quoted below.  Anseau [IV] & his wife had children: 

a)         HENRI [I] (-before 1281, bur Vauluisant)Henri de Villeneuve” sold the fief of Pâlis, previously held by “Sibille mère dudit Henri, par la dame de Mailly et par les héritiers de Mailly”, by charter dated May 1248[407].  "Henricus dominus Trianguli" confirmed the donation to Paraclet made by “bone memorie Ansellus dominus Trainguli quondam pater meus...assensu... Sibille uxoris sue” by charter dated Nov 1263[408].  Seigneur de Villeneuve.  m JEANNE de Melun, daughter of ADAM [III] Vicomte de Melun & his second wife Comtesse de Sancerre.  Henri & his wife had one child: 

i)          HENRI [II] (-[before 1314]).  m ---.  Henri [II] & his wife had one child: 

(a)       HENRI [III] (-after Mar 1315). 

2.         ERARD de Traînel (-before 1258).  "Erard de Traînel chevalier oncle de Henri de Villeneuve” confirmed the sale by the latter of the fief of Pâlis by charter dated May 1248[409]Seigneur de Foissy-sur-Vanne.  m firstly AGNES de Cauda, daughter of ---.  m secondly YOLANDE de Montaigu, daughter of ---.  Erard & his [first/second] wife had one child: 

a)         JEAN de Traînel (-bur Vauluisant).  Seigneur de Foissy. 

 

 

GARNIER [II] de Traînel, son of ANSEAU [I] Seigneur de Traînel & his wife Hélisende --- (-1194, bur Vauluisant).  "Dominus Ansellus de Triagnio et filius eius Garnerius…et domina Helissendis uxor domini Anselli de Triagnio, et soror eius domina Comitissa" subscribed the charter dated 1144 which records an agreement between the abbot of Vauluisant and the abbess of Paraclet concerning their properties[410]"Anselmus…de Triangulo" reached agreement with Troyes Saint-Loup concerning free women of Rivière de l’Ardusson, with the consent of "conjuge mea Helisende, liberisque meis Anselmo, Garnero", by charter dated 1145[411]"Anseau de Trainel…sa femme Helissende et leurs enfants Anseau, Garnier et Garin" approved a donation to Vauluisant by charter dated 1146[412].  The History of Louis VII King of France names "…Ansellus de Triangello, Guarinus frater eius…"  among those who accompanied King Louis VII on crusade in 1147[413].  "Anselmus de Triannel et fratres eius Garnerius et Garinus" donated rights in the wood of Saint-Etienne to Pontigny, with the consent of "Elisendis mater supradictorum fratrum", by charter dated [25 Mar 1151/24 Mar 1152][414].  "Garnerus de Triagnello" donated property to the priory of Saint-Vinebaud after recovering from illness, with the consent of "Garnerius filius meus…et Hugo de Vergeio gener meus", by charter dated 1179[415]"Ansellus de Triangulo et…Garnerus de Triagnello frater predicti Anselli" donated property to "ecclesie Valli-Lucentis" by charter dated 1184[416].  "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][417].  Seigneur de Marigny. 

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

Garnier [II] & his wife had four children: 

1.         GARNIER [III] de Traînel (-after 17 Oct 1217).  "Garnerus de Triagnello" donated property to the priory of Saint-Vinebaud after recovering from illness, with the consent of "Garnerius filius meus…et Hugo de Vergeio gener meus", by charter dated 1179[418].  “G. de Trainel” guaranteed the loyalty of “Dreu de Mello le jeune son frère” by charter dated Feb 1211 (O.S.), which refers to the marriage of Dreux and “la fille de Sulpice d’Amboise[419]Seigneur de Traînel et de Marigny.  m AGNES de Mello, daughter of DREUX [I] de Mello & his second wife Ermengarde ---.  "Droco de Melloto" noted a donation to Paraclet made by "Agnes filia mea uxor nobilis Garneri de Triangulo", with the consent of "eiusdem Garneri mariti sui", by charter dated 1215[420]Garnier [III] & his wife had six children: 

a)         GARNIER [IV] de Traînel (-before Jul 1256).  "Garnerius de Triangulo dominus Marigniaci, Ansellus de Triangulo dominus de Vicinis et Guido de Triangulo decanus Laudunensis, fratres" approved the donation made to Scellières by "leur frère Dreux seigneur de Trainel" by charter dated May 1235[421]Seigneur de Traînel et de Marigny. 

-        see below

b)         DREUX [I] de Traînel (-after Mar 1268).  His parentage is confirmed by the charter dated Jun 1239 which names him with his three brothers.  Seigneur de Traînel.  "Droco dominus Trianguli et Ansellus dominus Vicinarum" confirmed the donation made to Vauluisant by "Garnerius dominus Marigniaci et nobilis Elissendis uxor eius" by charter dated Jan 1228[422]

-        see below

c)         ANSEAU [V] de Traînel (-after 1263)"Droco dominus Trianguli et Ansellus dominus Vicinarum" confirmed the donation made to Vauluisant by "Garnerius dominus Marigniaci et nobilis Elissendis uxor eius" by charter dated Jan 1228[423]Seigneur de Voussiennes [Voisines].  "Garnerius de Triangulo dominus Marigniaci, Ansellus de Triangulo dominus de Vicinis et Guido de Triangulo decanus Laudunensis, fratres" approved the donation made to Scellières by "leur frère Dreux seigneur de Trainel" by charter dated May 1235[424].  A charter dated Jun 1239 records a dispute between Paraclet and "Garnerum de Triangulo dominum Marigniaci, Droconem dominum Trianguli, Anselmum dominum de Vesines et Guidonem de Triangulo archidiaconum Laudunensem fratres"[425]Seigneur de Lezinnes, Maréchal de Champagne, the seigneurie and office which passed to him from his second wife as heir of her first husband.  “Anselmus marescallus Campanie et dominus de Vicinis” founded a chapel “in domo nostra de Vicinis”, at the request of “Agnetis uxoris mee”, by charter dated Dec 1255[426].  Connétable de Champagne.  Ansiaus de Treignel sires de Visines connétables de Champeignes et...Agnes sa feme dame de Visinis” donated “notre bois de Nooriaus” to Vauluisant abbey by charter dated Oct 1262[427]m firstly (1230) MATHILDE de Melun, daughter of GUILLAUME [II] Vicomte de Melun & his wife Agnes de Bellay dame de Montreuil.  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.   m secondly as her second husband, MARGUERITE de Mello, widow of GUILLAUME de Villehardouin Seigneur de Lézinnes et de Villy Maréchal de Champagne, daughter of GUILLAUME [I] de Mello Seigneur de Saint-Bris & his wife Elisabeth --- (--21 Feb 1254, bur Larivour).  An epitaph at Larivour records the death “1253 IX Kal Mar” [presumably O.S.] of “Marguareta de Mello mareschalissa Campanie[428]m thirdly (before 1260) [as her first husband,] AGNES de Mont-Saint-Jean, daughter of GUILLAUME [II] Seigneur de Mont-Saint-Jean & his wife Marie des Barres (-after Oct 1262, maybe after Nov 1297).  A charter dated 1260 records that “Stephanus de Monte S. Iohannis armiger” sold “castrum de Feritate Aelidis” to Louis IX King of France and that “dominus Ansellus de Trienello maritus sororis ipsius Stephani” bought the same castle from the king[429]Ansiaus de Treignel sires de Visines connétables de Champeignes et...Agnes sa feme dame de Visinis” donated “notre bois de Nooriaus” to Vauluisant abbey by charter dated Oct 1262[430].  She may have married secondly --- de Forcalquier.  Her possible second marriage is indicated by the following document: letters dated early Nov 1297 record the donation made by “Agnes de Mopnt-Sainct-Jean Dame de Ruillon” to “Pierre de Forcarquier et Estienne de Coligny Seigneur d’Andelot mary d’Elizabet fille de ladite Agnes” of “[le] chastel et seigneurie de Cressia[431]Anseau [V] & his second wife had one child: 

i)          ANSEAU [VI] de Traînel (-after 1337). 

d)         GUY de Traînel (-1245)"Garnerius de Triangulo dominus Marigniaci, Ansellus de Triangulo dominus de Vicinis et Guido de Triangulo decanus Laudunensis, fratres" approved the donation made to Scellières by "leur frère Dreux seigneur de Trainel" by charter dated May 1235[432].  A charter dated Jun 1239 records a dispute between Paraclet and "Garnerum de Triangulo dominum Marigniaci, Droconem dominum Trianguli, Anselmum dominum de Vesines et Guidonem de Triangulo archidiaconum Laudunensem fratres"[433]Bishop of Verdun 1245.  The Annales Sancti Vitoni Virdunensis record the death in 1245 of “Radulfus Virdunensis episcopus”, the succession of “Guido de Triagnel” who died in the same year, and the succession of “Guido de Melloto” who was transferred to the bishopric of Auxerre in the same year and was succeeded by “Iohannes de Aix[434]

e)         ALIX de Traînel (-16 Aug ----).  The marriage contract between "Pontium vicecomitem Podempniaci" and "Aalais filia domini Garnerii de Triangulo" is dated 22 Oct 1223[435]m (contract 22 Oct 1223) PONS Vicomte de Polignac, son of HERACLE Vicomte de Polignac & his wife Bélisende d’Auvergne (-before 25 Feb 1253). 

f)          ELISABETH de Traînel (-8 Jun 1223).  "Garnerus dominus Marigniaci" donated property to Paraclit for the soul of “defuncte sororis mee Elisabeth” to Paraclet by charter dated 1225[436]

2.         HELISENDE de Traînel (-after Jun 1217).  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified, although it is suggested by the following document.   It is supposed that Hélisende married around the same time as her sister Gisle, whose marriage can be dated to before 1179.  "Clarembaudus dominus de Capis", leaving for Jerusalem ("Hierosolymitanum iter agressurus"), donated land "in nemore de Dosche" to Montiéramey, with the consent of "Elizabet [error for Helisende?] uxore mea et filiis meis Clarembaudo et Garnerio et filia mea Helizabet", by charter dated before 1189[437].  "Clarembaudus dominus de Capis" donated "de casamentis meis a Chierreve" to Mores, with the consent of “uxor mea Helisendis et pueri mei Clarembaudus et Garnerius et filia Elisabet”, by charter dated 1194[438].  Clarembaud Seigneur de Chappes donated property “a Morgia usque ad Doschiam” to Larrivour, with the consent of “sa femme Helissande et ses enfants”, by charter dated 1203[439].  "Helisendis domina de Capis" noted that "vir meus...Clarembaudus dominus de Capis" had donated property to Montiéramey and confirmed the donation, with the consent of “Clarembaudum filium meum et pueros meos”, by charter dated 1205[440].  "Gila domina de Vergiaco et Helisendis domina de Capis" donated serfs to Troyes Saint-Loup by charter dated Jun 1217[441]m ([before 1179]) CLAREMBAUD [IV] Seigneur de Chappes, son of CLAREMBAUD [III] Seigneur de Chappes & his wife Ermengarde --- (-[1203/06]). 

3.         GISLE de Traînel (-after Jun 1217).  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the charter dated 1179 under which "Garnerus de Triagnello" donated property to the priory of Saint-Vinebaud after recovering from illness, with the consent of "Garnerius filius meus…et Hugo de Vergeio gener meus"[442]"Hugo dominus Vergiaci" donated servants to Cluny by charter dated 1187 witnessed by "uxor eius domina Gilia et Symon frater eius"[443].  A charter dated 1197 records that "Huo dominus Virgeii" donated property to the Templars, with the consent of "domina Gilla uxor dicti Huonis, Guillermus, Huo filii sui, Alais et Nicholeta filie sue"[444]"Hugo dominus Miribelli" granted rights to Saint-Etienne de Dijon and the priory of Mirebeau, with the consent of "Egidia uxor mea", by charter dated 1200[445].  Dame d’Autrey.  "Hugo miles filius domini Hugonis de Vergeio" donated "in decima terrarum…in Valbonnet" to Mores, with the consent of “Gile matris sue domine de Autre, et fratris sui Willelmi milites de Vergeio”, by charter dated 1212[446].  "Odo dux Burgundie" confirmed the donation by "domina Egidia, mater Alaidis uxoris mee ducisse Burgundie" to Colunge by charter dated Apr 1213[447].  "Gila domina de Vergiaco et Helisendis domina de Capis" donated serfs to Troyes Saint-Loup by charter dated Jun 1217[448]m (before 1179) HUGUES Seigneur de Vergy, son of GUY Seigneur de Vergy & his wife Adelais --- (-17 Dec [1200/11]). 

4.         daughter .  m HARDOUIN de Merry, son of ---. 

 

 

GARNIER [IV] de Traînel, son of GARNIER [III] de Traînel Seigneur de Marigny & his wife Agnes de Mello (-before Jul 1256)Seigneur de Traînel et de Marigny.  "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[449]"Droco dominus Trianguli et Ansellus dominus Vicinarum" confirmed the donation made to Vauluisant by "Garnerius dominus Marigniaci et nobilis Elissendis uxor eius" by charter dated Jan 1228[450].  "Garnerius de Triangulo dominus Marigniaci, Ansellus de Triangulo dominus de Vicinis et Guido de Triangulo decanus Laudunensis, fratres" approved the donation made to Scellières by "leur frère Dreux seigneur de Trainel" by charter dated May 1235[451].  "Garnerus dominus Maregniaci" confirmed the donation to Paraclit made by “Renaudus de Marpigniaco” of property “de feodo...Droconis domini Trianguli fratris mei” by charter dated Jun 1237[452]A charter dated Jun 1239 records a dispute between Paraclet and "Garnerum de Triangulo dominum Marigniaci, Droconem dominum Trianguli, Anselmum dominum de Vesines et Guidonem de Triangulo archidiaconum Laudunensem fratres"[453]

m (before Jun 1225) as her second husband, HELISENDE de Rethel Dame de Perthes et de Tagnon, widow of THOMAS Comte de Perche, daughter of HUGUES [II] Comte de Rethel & his wife Félicité de Broyes (-before 1234).  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  Dame de Perthes et de Tagnon.  "Willelmus Cathalaunensis episcopus et comes Pertici" donated property to Notre-Dame de la Trappe for the souls of "quondam memorandi…Galfridus comes Pertici frater nostrer…Thomas quondam comitem Pertici nepotem nostrum" with the consent of "Helisendis tunc temporis comitissa Pertici" by charter dated 1220[454]Her second marriage is confirmed by the charter dated 27 Jan 1226 which refers to property owned by “Garnerio de Triangulo domino Marigniaci et Helissendi eius uxori Perticensi comitissæ[455].  “Garnerus de Triangulo dominus de Marigniaco et...Helissendis comitissa Perticensis et uxor eiusdem Garneri” transferred their rights in “Pertes et Tanion”, granted to her by her parents on her marriage to “comite Perticensi”, back to her father by charter dated Nov 1226[456]

Garnier [IV] & his wife had [two] children: 

1.         GARNIER [V] de Traînel (-[27 Jul 1266/10 Nov 1267]).  Seigneur de Marigny et de Traînel.  "Garnerus de Triangulo dominus de Marigniaco in Campania" confirmed a donation to Paraclet by charter dated 27 Jul 1266[457]m ERAMBOUR d’Epoisses, daughter of JEAN d’Epoisses dit de Vignes & his wife Marguerite --- (-after 1268).  “Erambor d’Epoisses dame de Marigny” promised to pay the debts of “Garnier de Traînel seigneur de Marigny dont elle est veuve” by charter dated 10 Nov 1267[458].  Garnier [V] & his wife had three children: 

a)         AGNES de Traînel (-after 1279).  Dame de Marigny.  m (before 1277) PONCE Seigner de Thil, son of GUILLAUME Seigneur de Thil & his wife Elisabeth de Charny (-after 1279). 

b)         MARIE de Traînel (-28 Apr, after 1281).  Dame de la Grève.  

c)         MARGUERITE de Traînel (-before 1277).  

2.         [FELICITE de Traînel (-18 Oct 1283).  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not been identified.  From a chronological point of view, she could have been the daughter of Gauthier [IV] Seigneur de Marigny et de Traînel.  The primary source which confirms her first marriage has not been identified.  Geoffroy with “sa femme Félie et Henri de Châtel son frère chevalier” are named in charters for Signy dated Apr 1246 and 1247[459]Vrouw van Hoboken.  "Felicitas domina de Hoboke et Henricus natus eius" donated property to Ouderghem, for the soul of "G. domini de Perweys et Grimbergis tunc mariti nostri", by charter dated 31 Oct 1270[460]"Aleydis dicta de Perweys domina Hoboke…cum mater mea bonæ memoriæ domina Felicitas de Triangulo dicta domina de Perweys" donated property "in pagis de Eeckeren Leod. et Hoboke Camerac." to Oudeghem by charter dated 1290[461].]  m firstly GEOFFROY [III] Seigneur de Château-Porcien, son of RAOUL Seigneur de Château-Porcien & his wife Agnes --- (-after Jul 1248)m secondly (1254) as his second wife, GODEFROI de Perwez, son of GODEFROI de Louvain Heer van Perwez & his wife Alix van Grimberghe (-after Apr 1265).  Seigneur de Perwez, Heer van Grimberghe 1260. 

 

 

DREUX [I] de Traînel, son of GARNIER [III] de Traînel Seigneur de Marigny & his wife Agnes de Mello (-after Mar 1268).  His parentage is confirmed by the charter dated Jun 1239 which names him with his three brothers.  Seigneur de Traînel.  "Droco dominus Trianguli et Ansellus dominus Vicinarum" confirmed the donation made to Vauluisant by "Garnerius dominus Marigniaci et nobilis Elissendis uxor eius" by charter dated Jan 1228[462].  "Droco dominus Trianguli et Beatrix sa femme" relinquished claims over property at Bouy-sur-Orvin in favour of the abbey of Scellières by charter dated May 1235[463].  "Garnerius de Triangulo dominus Marigniaci, Ansellus de Triangulo dominus de Vicinis et Guido de Triangulo decanus Laudunensis, fratres" approved the donation made to Scellières by "leur frère Dreux seigneur de Trainel" by charter dated May 1235[464].  A charter dated Jun 1239 records a dispute between Paraclet and "Garnerum de Triangulo dominum Marigniaci, Droconem dominum Trianguli, Anselmum dominum de Vesines et Guidonem de Triangulo archidiaconum Laudunensem fratres"[465]

m BEATRIX, daughter of ---.  "Droco dominus Trianguli et Beatrix sa femme" relinquished claims over property at Bouy-sur-Orvin in favour of the abbey of Scellières by charter dated May 1235[466]

Dreux [I] & his wife had one child: 

1.         DREUX [II] de Traînel (-Apr 1311, bur Vauluisant).  Seigneur de Traînel, de Voisines et d’Esternay.  m JEANNE de Saint-Urbain, daughter of --- (-1287, bur Vauluisant).  Dreux [II] & his wife had [one child]: 

a)         [DREUX [III] de Traînel (-31 Jul 1318, bur Vauluisant).] 

 

 

1.         JEAN de Traînel (-before 1360)Seigneur de Traînel, de Marcilly, d’Esternay et de Voisines.  "Johans sires de Traignel et de Marceilly et Marie de Barbenson dame de Treignel et de Marceilly fame du dit seigneur" confirmed the donation to Paraclet of “la granche de Malrepos” by charter dated 27 Mar 1342 (O.S.)[467]m MARIE de Barbançon, daughter of JEAN [II] Seigneur de Barbançon & his wife Eustachie de Dargies (-after 1367).  "Johans sires de Traignel et de Marceilly et Marie de Barbenson dame de Treignel et de Marceilly fame du dit seigneur" confirmed the donation to Paraclet of “la granche de Malrepos” by charter dated 27 Mar 1342 (O.S.)[468]Jean & his wife had two children: 

a)         MARGUERITE de Traînel (-after 3 Apr 1380).  m ROBERT de Châteauvillain Seigneur de Baye et de Vaucler, son of --- (-1364, before Oct). 

b)         EUSTACHE de Traînel (-after 1401).  m HENRI Seigneur de Chastel-les-Nangis, d’Esternay et de Migennes, son of ---. 

 

 



[1] Longnon (1885), p. 110. 

[2] Montiéramy 1, p. 1. 

[3] Montiéramy 2, p. 2. 

[4] Saint-Phale 'Comtes de Troyes et de Poitiers au IX siècle' (2000), p. 156. 

[5] Merlet, R. ‘Origine de Robert le Fort’, Mélanges Julien Havet (Paris, 1895), pp. 106-7. 

[6] Angers Cathedral, 9, p. 23. 

[7] Karoli II Conventus Silvacensis, Missi…et pagi… 10, MGH LL 1, p. 426. 

[8] Montiéramey 2, p. 2. 

[9] Karoli II Conventus Carisiaensis acta, MGH LL 1, p. 450.  

[10] Annales Fuldensium Pars Secunda, auctore Euodolfo 858, MGH SS I, p. 371. 

[11] MGH SS I, p. 371 footnote 42. 

[12] Chronique de Saint-Bénigne de Dijon, p. 109. 

[13] Montiéramey 6, p. 8. 

[14] Abbonis Bella Parisiacæ Urbis I, MGH Poetæ Latini ævi Carolini IV.I, p. 81. 

[15] Settipani (1993), p. 318. 

[16] Karoli II Imp. Conventus Carisiacensis, MGH LL 1, p. 537. 

[17] Settipani (2004), p. 257. 

[18] Abbonis Bella Parisiacæ Urbis I, MGH Poetæ Latini ævi Carolini IV.I, p. 113. 

[19] Vita S Geraldi Comitis 46, Acta Sanctorum Octobre, VI, p. 312, and Richard I 70. 

[20] Cluny, Tome I, 511, p. 496. 

[21] Richer III.XI, p. 12. 

[22] Chronicon Sancti Petri Vivi Senonensis, Spicilegium II, p. 470. 

[23] Settipani (1993), p. 231. 

[24] Angers Saint-Aubin, 2, p. 4. 

[25] Montiéramey 14, p. 19. 

[26] Odoranni monachi Sancti Petri Vivi Senonensis Chronicon, Patrologia Latina, Vol. 142, col. 772. 

[27] Montiéramey 14, p. 19. 

[28] Gerbert 17, p. 13. 

[29] Gerbert 59, p. 58. 

[30] Gerbert 97, p. 89. 

[31] The letters of Gerbert cited above, and Settipani (1993), p. 234. 

[32] Settipani (1993), p. 233, citing Bur, M. 'A propos du nom d'Etienne: le mariage aquitain de Louis V et la devolution des comtés champenois', Annales de Midi (1990), pp. 339-47. 

[33] Rodulfi Glabri, Historiarum III.5, p. 105. 

[34] Miracula S. Aigulphi I, 1, Acta Sanctorum, Sep I, p. 758. 

[35] RHGF, Tome X, p. 602, and Arbois de Jubainville, Tome I, p. 465. 

[36] Miracula S. Aigulphi I, 1, Acta Sanctorum, Sep I, p. 758. 

[37] Genealogiæ comitum Andegavensium, VI, p. 249. 

[38] Angers Saint-Aubin I, 3, p. 7. 

[39] Chronicæ sancti Albini Andegavensis, Chroniques des Eglises d'Anjou, p. 20.  

[40] Angers 22, p. 52. 

[41] Hugonis Floriacensis, Historia Francorum Senonensis, MGH SS IX, p. 368. 

[42] Settipani (1993), pp. 337-39 footnote 1010. 

[43] Hugonis Floriacensis, Historia Francorum Senonensis, MGH SS IX, p. 367. 

[44] Chronico Richardi Pictavensis, RHGF IX, p. 22. 

[45] Richeri Historiæ IV 49, MGH SS III, p. 642. 

[46] Orderic Vitalis I, p. 160. 

[47] Richeri Historiæ IV 11, MGH SS III, p. 633. 

[48] Settipani (1993), p. 337 footnote 1010, citing Lot, F. (1891) Les derniers Carolingiens, Lothaire, Louis V, Charles de Lorraine (954-991) (Paris, Bibliothèque de l'Ecole pratique des hautes études fasc. 87), p. 209 n. 2. 

[49] Chronicon Sancti Petri Vivi Senonensis, Spicilegium II, p. 470. 

[50] Gallia Christiana, Sens et Auxerre, p. 34. 

[51] Chronicon Sancti Petri Vivi Senonensis, Spicilegium II, p. 470. 

[52] Chronicon Sancti Petri Vivi Senonensis, Spicilegium II, p. 470. 

[53] Hugonis Floriacensis, Liber qui Modernorum Regum Francorum continet Actus 10, MGH SS IX, p. 388. 

[54] Obituaires de Sens Tome II, Eglise cathédrale de Chartres, Livre d'Anniversaires mid-xiii siècle, p. 117.       

[55] Montiérender 59, p. 188. 

[56] Angers 46, p. 98. 

[57] Orderic Vitalis (Prévost), Vol. II, Liber IV, VII, p. 221. 

[58] Genealogica ex Stirpe Sancti Arnulfi descendentium Mettensis 5, MGH SS XXV, p. 383. 

[59] Orderic Vitalis (Chibnall), Vol. III, Book  V, p. 117. 

[60] Cluny, Tome IV, 3517, p. 633. 

[61] Molesme, Tome II, 19, p. 26. 

[62] Cluny, Tome IV, 3517, p. 633. 

[63] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1062, MGH SS XXIII, p. 793. 

[64] Hugonis Floriacensis, Liber qui Modernorum Regum Francorum continet Actus 11, MGH SS IX, p. 390. 

[65] Orderic Vitalis (Prévost), Vol. II, Liber V, XI, p. 393. 

[66] Cheminon Notre-Dame 1110, p. 42. 

[67] Orderic Vitalis (Chibnall), Vol. VI, Book XII, p. 253. 

[68] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1125, MGH SS XXIII, p. 826. 

[69] Orderic Vitalis (Chibnall), Vol. VI, p. 70 footnote 5, citing Ivo of Chartres, Epistolæ, in Migne, J. P. (ed.) Patroligiæ cursus completes, serie Latina CLXII, pp. 163-4 ep. 158. 

[70] Houben (2002), p. 39 footnote, citing Falkenhausen, Vera von 'Constantia oppure Constantinopolis? Sui presenti viaggi in Oriente della vedova di Boemondo I' in ΣΥΝΔΕΣΜΟΣ Studi … Anastasi, 153-67 (1994). 

[71] Orderic Vitalis (Prévost), Vol. III, Liber VIII, XX, p. 390. 

[72] Molesme, Tome II, 19, p. 26. 

[73] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1125, MGH SS XXIII, p. 826. 

[74] Molesme, Tome II, 240, p. 224. 

[75] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1125, MGH SS XXIII, p. 826. 

[76] Guillaume de Nangis, p. 25. 

[77] Guillaume (1757), Tome I, footnote 26 continued on p. 128. 

[78] Guillaume (1757), Tome I, Preuves, p. 50. 

[79] Longpont Notre-Dame, CCII, p. 185. 

[80] Chronique de Morigny, Livre I, II, p. 3. 

[81] Obituaires de Sens Tome I.1, Prieuré de Longpont, p. 529.       

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

[83] Troyes Saint-Loup, 5, p. 16. 

[84] Troyes Saint-Loup, 5, p. 16. 

[85] Troyes Saint-Loup, 5, p. 16. 

[86] Troyes Saint-Loup, 5, p. 16. 

[87] Troyes Saint-Loup, 5, p. 16. 

[88] Petit ‘Sires de Noyers’ (1874), p. 105. 

[89] Pontigny, 46, p. 118. 

[90] Roverius (1637), Caput III, p. 223. 

[91] Petit, Vol. III, 852, p. 306. 

[92] Montiéramey, 27, p. 46. 

[93] Mores, 2, p. 45. 

[94] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 69. 

[95] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 11. 

[96] Montiéramey, 27, p. 46. 

[97] Mores, 2, p. 45. 

[98] Montiéramey, 27, p. 46. 

[99] Troyes Saint-Loup, 82, p. 110. 

[100] Montiéramey, 83, p. 114. 

[101] Mores, 38, p. 64. 

[102] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, Chartes VII, p. 470. 

[103] Petit, Vol. III, 1203, p. 390. 

[104] Chantereau le Febvre (1662), Autres preuves par les Actes, p. 24. 

[105] Montiéramey, 83, p. 114. 

[106] Mores, 38, p. 64. 

[107] Petit, Vol. III, 1203, p. 390. 

[108] Montiéramey, 222, p. 228. 

[109] Troyes Saint-Loup 188, p. 234. 

[110] Montiéramey, 83, p. 114. 

[111] Mores, 38, p. 64. 

[112] Villehardouin, Bouchet (1891), Tome 1, IV, p. 6. 

[113] Petit, Vol. III, 1203, p. 390. 

[114] Montiéramey, 222, p. 228. 

[115] Troyes Notre-Dame-aux-Nonnains, 17, p. 19. 

[116] Arbois de Jubainville, Tome V, 815, p. 72, full list of signatories at Tome IV, Part II, p. 558, footnote (b). 

[117] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 6ème Partie, p. 175. 

[118] Beauvoir (Aube), 31, p. 198. 

[119] Molesmes (1864), p. 336. 

[120] Chantereau le Febvre (1662), Autres preuves par les Actes, p. 231. 

[121] Molesmes (1864), p. 336. 

[122] Molesmes (1864), p. 336. 

[123] Montiéramey, 83, p. 114. 

[124] Mores, 38, p. 64. 

[125] Montiéramey, 83, p. 114. 

[126] Mores, 38, p. 64. 

[127] Troyes Saint-Loup, 187, p. 234. 

[128] Longnon ‘Les premiers ducs d’Athènes’ (1973), p. 64, citing Vignier, J. Décade historique du diocèse de Langres, Tome III, fol. 16, Bibl. nat., Fr. 5995 [not yet consulted]. 

[129] Rodd (1907), Vol. 1 131. 

[130] Chantereau le Febvre (1662), Autres preuves par les Actes, p. 231. 

[131] Montiéramey, 27, p. 46. 

[132] Troyes Saint-Pierre, 116, p. 117. 

[133] Montiéramey, 27, p. 46. 

[134] Montiéramey, 23, p. 38. 

[135] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, Chartes III, p. 467. 

[136] Mores, 43, p. 67. 

[137] Villehardouin, Bouchet (1891), Tome 1, IV, p. 6. 

[138] Arbois de Jubainville, Tome V, 815, p. 72, full list of signatories at Tome IV, Part II, p. 558, footnote (b). 

[139] Longnon (1978), p. 58, footnote 441 citing ‘Cartulaire de Larrivour, Bibl. Nat. N.a.l. 1228, XXXII, fol. 24, r-v’

[140] Mores, 43, p. 67. 

[141] Yonne (suite), 33, p. 16. 

[142] Yonne (suite), 294, p. 128. 

[143] Troyes Saint-Pierre, 191, p. 182. 

[144] Petit, Vol. IV, 2242, p. 296. 

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

[146] Troyes Saint-Pierre, 174, p. 171. 

[147] Troyes Notre-Dame-aux-Nonnains, 138, p. 92. 

[148] Père Anselme, Tome VI, p. 142. 

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

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

[151] Montiéramey, 27, p. 46. 

[152] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 129. 

[153] Montier-la-Celle, 158, p. 162. 

[154] Montiéramey, 449, p. 393. 

[155] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 109. 

[156] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 110. 

[157] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 110. 

[158] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 125. 

[159] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 129. 

[160] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 129. 

[161] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 129. 

[162] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 130. 

[163] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 130. 

[164] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 137. 

[165] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 137. 

[166] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 137. 

[167] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 130. 

[168] Faget de Casteljau ‘Choiseul’ (1972), p. 158. 

[169] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 129. 

[170] Faget de Casteljau ‘Choiseul’ (1972), p. 159, citing Roserot, A. Dictionnaire historique de la Champagne méridionale (no volume or page reference). 

[171] Leroy ‘Diplôme inédit du roi Louis VII’ (1909), pp. 127-31. 

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

[173] Pontigny, 74, p. 144. 

[174] Yonne, Tome I, CCCXL, p. 494. 

[175] Kerrebrouck (2000), p. 78 footnote 63, citing Catel, A. & Lecomte, M. (eds.) (1927) Chartes et documents de l'abbaye cisterciennes de Preuilly (Paris), 183 [not yet consulted]. 

[176] ES XIV 146. 

[177] Leroy ‘Diplôme inédit du roi Louis VII’ (1909), pp. 127-31. 

[178] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 2, p. 187. 

[179] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 3, p. 188. 

[180] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 4, p. 188. 

[181] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 5, p. 191. 

[182] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 8, p. 192. 

[183] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 9, p. 193. 

[184] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 47, p. 222. 

[185] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 3, p. 188. 

[186] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 4, p. 188. 

[187] Paraclet, 134, p. 145. 

[188] Paraclet, 135, p. 146. 

[189] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 11, p. 194. 

[190] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 14, p. 197. 

[191] Paraclet, 202, p. 187. 

[192] Gallia Christiana, Tome XII, Instrumenta, col. 47. 

[193] Montiéramey, 54, p. 76. 

[194] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 56. 

[195] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 57. 

[196] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 2, p. 187. 

[197] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 3, p. 188. 

[198] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 2, p. 187. 

[199] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 3, p. 188. 

[200] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 4, p. 188. 

[201] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 5, p. 191. 

[202] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 8, p. 192. 

[203] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 9, p. 193. 

[204] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 47, p. 222. 

[205] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 4, p. 188. 

[206] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 7, p. 191. 

[207] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 8, p. 192. 

[208] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 9, p. 193. 

[209] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 47, p. 222. 

[210] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 5ème Partie, p. 116. 

[211] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 14, p. 197. 

[212] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 18, p. 201. 

[213] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 19, p. 201. 

[214] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 21, p. 202. 

[215] Layettes du Trésor des Chartes III, 3698, p. 41. 

[216] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 25, p. 205. 

[217] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 26, p. 206. 

[218] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, pp. 206-8. 

[219] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 30, p. 208. 

[220] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 38, I and II, pp. 216-7. 

[221] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 38, IV, p. 217. 

[222] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 38, V, p. 218. 

[223] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 25, p. 205. 

[224] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, pp. 206-8. 

[225] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 30, p. 208. 

[226] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 44, p. 219. 

[227] Duchesne (1624), Preuves, p. 370. 

[228] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 44, p. 219. 

[229] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 46, p. 222. 

[230] Duchesne (1624), p. 547 (no citation reference). 

[231] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 44, p. 219. 

[232] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 38, V, p. 218. 

[233] Minieri Riccio (1872), IV, p. 11. 

[234] Layettes du Trésor des Chartes III, 3698, p. 41. 

[235] Toussaints du Plessis (1731), Tome II, Pièces justificatives, CCCLI, p. 151. 

[236] Toussaints du Plessis (1731), Tome II, Pièces justificatives, Extrait du Nécrologe de l’abbaye de Chambre-Fontaine, p. 462. 

[237] ES XIII 34. 

[238] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 3, p. 188. 

[239] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 4, p. 188. 

[240] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 5, p. 191. 

[241] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 8, p. 192. 

[242] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 47, p. 222. 

[243] Père Anselme, Tome V, p. 222, citing Du Bouchet (1661), liv. II, p. 205 [not yet consulted]. 

[244] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 53, p. 224. 

[245] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 53, p. 224. 

[246] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 4, p. 188. 

[247] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 5, p. 191. 

[248] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 8, p. 192. 

[249] Père Anselme, Tome V, p. 222, citing Du Bouchet (1661), liv. II, p. 205 [not yet consulted]. 

[250] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 4, p. 188. 

[251] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 5, p. 191. 

[252] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 8, p. 192. 

[253] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 47, p. 222. 

[254] Père Anselme, Tome V, p. 222, citing Du Bouchet (1661), liv. II, p. 205 [not yet consulted].  

[255] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 4, p. 188. 

[256] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 5, p. 191. 

[257] Père Anselme, Tome V, p. 222, citing Du Bouchet (1661), liv. II, p. 205 [not yet consulted]. 

[258] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 49, p. 223. 

[259] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 18, p. 201. 

[260] Gallia Christiana, Tome XII, Instrumenta, col. 47. 

[261] Montiéramey, 54, p. 76. 

[262] Paraclet, 61, p. 81. 

[263] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 56. 

[264] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 3, p. 188. 

[265] Lecomte ‘Les Britaud’ (1909), Pièces justificatives, 3, p. 188. 

[266] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 57. 

[267] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 57. 

[268] Paraclet, 49, p. 66. 

[269] Paraclet, 52, p. 70. 

[270] Paraclet, 52, p. 70. 

[271] Paraclet, 75, p. 92. 

[272] Paraclet, 61, p. 81. 

[273] Paraclet, 52, p. 70. 

[274] Paraclet, 52, p. 70. 

[275] Paraclet, 49, p. 66. 

[276] Paraclet, 52, p. 70. 

[277] Paraclet, 52, p. 70. 

[278] Paraclet, 75, p. 92. 

[279] Paraclet, 83, p. 98. 

[280] Paraclet, 75, p. 92. 

[281] Paraclet, 83, p. 98. 

[282] Paraclet, 83, p. 98. 

[283] Paraclet, 83, p. 98. 

[284] Paraclet, 75, p. 92. 

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

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

[287] Molesmes (1864), p. 235. 

[288] Longpont Notre-Dame, LXXXIV, p. 118. 

[289] Molesmes (1864), p. 235. 

[290] Molesmes (1864), p. 235. 

[291] Molesmes (1864), p. 235. 

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

[293] Chantereau le Febvre (1662), Autres preuves par les Actes, p. 4. 

[294] Molesmes (1864), p. 276. 

[295] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 225, quoting Cartul. Clairvaux, Tome II, p. 74. 

[296] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 225, quoting Cartul. Deux-Eaux, fol. 4 r. 

[297] Paraclet, 77, p. 94. 

[298] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 225, quoting Cartul. Clairvaux, Tome II, p. 74. 

[299] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 225, quoting Cartul. Deux-Eaux, fol. 4 r. 

[300] Paraclet, 77, p. 94. 

[301] Paraclet, 77, p. 94. 

[302] Troyes Saint-Pierre, 144, p. 146. 

[303] Paraclet, 77, p. 94. 

[304] Molesmes (1864), p. 276. 

[305] William of Tyre, XXI.IV, p. 1008. 

[306] Röhricht (1893), 496, p. 131. 

[307] Röhricht (1893), 512, p. 135. 

[308] Röhricht (1893), 514, p. 136. 

[309] Röhricht (1893), 517, p. 137. 

[310] Lignages d'Outremer, Marciana Ms Francese 20, CC.LXXXXI, p. 65. 

[311] William of Tyre, XXI.IV, p. 1008. 

[312] Röhricht (1893), 628, p. 166. 

[313] Molesmes (1864), p. 280. 

[314] Chantereau le Febvre (1662), Autres preuves par les Actes, p. 10. 

[315] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 225, quoting Cartul. Clairvaux, Tome II, p. 74. 

[316] Troyes Saint-Pierre, 144, p. 146. 

[317] Molesmes (1864), p. 299. 

[318] Molesmes (1864), p. 312. 

[319] Molesmes (1864), p. 334. 

[320] Mores, 43, p. 67. 

[321] Yonne (suite), 33, p. 16. 

[322] Troyes Saint-Pierre, 144, p. 146. 

[323] Molesmes (1864), p. 312. 

[324] Molesmes (1864), p. 334. 

[325] Molesmes (1864), p. 334. 

[326] Molesmes (1864), p. 344. 

[327] Petit, Vol. IV, 2672, p. 382. 

[328] Molesmes (1864), p. 334. 

[329] Petit, Vol. IV, 2672, p. 382. 

[330] Molesmes (1864), p. 334. 

[331] Petit, Vol. IV, 2672, p. 382. 

[332] Molesmes (1864), p. 334. 

[333] Petit, Vol. IV, 2672, p. 382. 

[334] Thesaurus novus anecdotorum, Tome I, col. 919. 

[335] Chantereau le Febvre (1662), Autres preuves par les Actes, p. 244. 

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

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

[338] Longnon (1879), p. 13. 

[339] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 54. 

[340] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, Chartes III, p. 467. 

[341] Longnon (1879), p. 13. 

[342] Montiéramey, 54, p. 76. 

[343] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 57. 

[344] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 63. 

[345] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 66. 

[346] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 54. 

[347] Paraclet, 65, p. 84. 

[348] Paraclet, 65, p. 84. 

[349] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 57. 

[350] Paraclet, 64, p. 83. 

[351] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 1ère Partie, p. 60. 

[352] Cheminon Notre-Dame, p. 54. 

[353] Longnon (1901), Tome I, Les Fiefs, 2ème Partie, p. 89. 

[354] Paraclet, 93, p. 117. 

[355] Champollion Figeac (1841), Tome I, XII, p. 490. 

[356] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 203, citing Gallia Christiana, Tome XII, Instrumenta col. 14. 

[357] Ex continuatione Historiæ Aimoni Monachi Floriacensis, RHGF XI, p. 275. 

[358] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 203, citing Gallia Christiana, Tome XII, Instrumenta col. 14. 

[359] Longpont Notre-Dame, CCI, p. 184. 

[360] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 203, citing Gallia Christiana, Tome XII, Instrumenta col. 14. 

[361] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 203, citing Gallia Christiana, Tome XII, Instrumenta col. 14. 

[362] Patrologia Latina, Vol. 151, Urbanus II Epistolæ et Privilegia, CLV, col. 429D. 

[363] Longpont Notre-Dame, CXCVIII, p. 182. 

[364] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 204, citing "Ivon. ep. CLXVI Humbaldo, ep. Antissiod.". 

[365] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 204, citing "Ivon. ep. CLXVI Humbaldo, ep. Antissiod.". 

[366] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 203, citing Gallia Christiana, Tome XII, Instrumenta col. 14. 

[367] Paraclet, 49, p. 66. 

[368] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 224 (no primary source cited). 

[369] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 224 (no primary source cited). 

[370] RHGF, Tome XII, p. 128, footnote. 

[371] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 203, citing Gallia Christiana, Tome XII, Instrumenta col. 14. 

[372] Paraclet, 49, p. 66. 

[373] Troyes Saint-Loup 13, p. 30. 

[374] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 207, citing Cartulaire Vauluisant, fol. 45 r. 

[375] Paraclet, 49, p. 66. 

[376] Pontigny, 83, p. 152. 

[377] Troyes Saint-Loup 13, p. 30. 

[378] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 207, citing Cartulaire Vauluisant, fol. 45 r. 

[379] Pontigny, 70, p. 141. 

[380] Troyes Saint-Loup 13, p. 30. 

[381] ES III 681. 

[382] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 207, citing Cartulaire Vauluisant, fol. 45 r. 

[383] Molinier (1887) De Glorioso Rege Ludovico, Ludovici filio, X, p. 158. 

[384] Pontigny, 70, p. 141. 

[385] Chantereau le Febvre (1662), Autres preuves par les Actes, p. 4. 

[386] Montiéramey, 54, p. 76. 

[387] Yonne, Tome II, 343, p. 357. 

[388] RHGF XII, p. 128, footnote. 

[389] Historia Gloriosi Regis Ludovici VII, RHGF, Tome XII, p. 128. 

[390] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 225, quoting Archives Haute-Marne, Cartul. Eccles. Lingon., fol. 17 r. 

[391] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1214, MGH SS XXIII, p. 899. 

[392] Paraclet, 91, p. 115. 

[393] Paraclet, 108, p. 128. 

[394] Paraclet, 96, p. 119. 

[395] Paraclet, 96, p. 119. 

[396] Troyes Saint-Loup 13, p. 30. 

[397] Molinier (1887) De Glorioso Rege Ludovico, Ludovici filio, X, p. 158. 

[398] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 207, citing Cartulaire Vauluisant, fol. 45 r. 

[399] Pontigny, 70, p. 141. 

[400] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 225, quoting Cartul. Deux-Eaux, fol. 4 r. 

[401] Paraclet, 96, p. 119. 

[402] Yonne (suite), 17, p. 7. 

[403] Paraclet, 96, p. 119. 

[404] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 235, citing Cartulaire Vauluisant, fol. 40 v. 

[405] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1239, MGH SS XXIII, p. 946. 

[406] Arbois de Jubainville, Tome V, 2833, p. 429. 

[407] Arbois de Jubainville (1863) Tome V, 2833, p. 429. 

[408] Paraclet, 270, p. 241. 

[409] Arbois de Jubainville (1863) Tome V, 2834, p. 429. 

[410] Paraclet, 49, p. 66. 

[411] Troyes Saint-Loup 13, p. 30. 

[412] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 207, citing Cartulaire Vauluisant, fol. 45 r. 

[413] Molinier (1887) De Glorioso Rege Ludovico, Ludovici filio, X, p. 158. 

[414] Pontigny, 70, p. 141. 

[415] Troyes Saint-Loup 64, p. 96. 

[416] Yonne, Tome II, 343, p. 357. 

[417] Pontigny, 83, p. 152. 

[418] Troyes Saint-Loup 64, p. 96. 

[419] Delisle (1856), 1329, p. 304. 

[420] Paraclet, 155, p. 157. 

[421] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 243, citing Cartulaire Scellières, fol. 32 r. 

[422] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 242, citing Bibliothèque Nationale, Fonds français, 5997, fol. 119 r. 

[423] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 242, citing Bibliothèque Nationale, Fonds français, 5997, fol. 119 r. 

[424] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 243, citing Cartulaire Scellières, fol. 32 r. 

[425] Paraclet, 225, p. 204. 

[426] Yonne (suite), 556, p. 262. 

[427] Yonne (suite), 607, p. 296. 

[428] Petit, Vol. V, p. 437. 

[429] Duchesne (1625) Vergy, Preuves, p. 172. 

[430] Yonne (suite), 607, p. 296. 

[431] Du Boucher (1662), p. 96. 

[432] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 243, citing Cartulaire Scellières, fol. 32 r. 

[433] Paraclet, 225, p. 204. 

[434] Annales Sancti Vitoni Virdunensis, MGH SS VIII, p. 528. 

[435] Baluze (1708) Auvergne, Tome II, p. 251. 

[436] Paraclet, 186, p. 174. 

[437] Montiéramey, 83, p. 114. 

[438] Mores, 38, p. 64. 

[439] Petit, Vol. III, 1203, p. 390. 

[440] Montiéramey, 222, p. 228. 

[441] Troyes Saint-Loup 188, p. 234. 

[442] Troyes Saint-Loup 64, p. 96. 

[443] Cluny V, 4314, p. 673. 

[444] Petit, Vol. III, 963, p. 354. 

[445] Dijon Saint-Etienne, [Tome IV], 121, p. 131. 

[446] Mores, 70, p. 80. 

[447] Petit, Vol. III, 1277, p. 442. 

[448] Troyes Saint-Loup 188, p. 234. 

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

[450] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 242, citing Bibliothèque Nationale, Fonds français, 5997, fol. 119 r. 

[451] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 243, citing Cartulaire Scellières, fol. 32 r. 

[452] Paraclet, 219, p. 199. 

[453] Paraclet, 225, p. 204. 

[454] Notre-Dame de la Trappe S.II, p. 451. 

[455] Layettes du Trésor des Chartes II, 1917, p. 118. 

[456] Chartes Rethel (1902), Tome I, LVII, p. 92. 

[457] Paraclet, 277, p. 247. 

[458] Arbois de Jubainville, Tome VI, 3452, p. 29. 

[459] Barthélemy ‘La maison de Grandpré’ (1885), p. 14. 

[460] Butkens (1724), Vol. I, Preuves, p. 230, "Lettres tirées du chartulaire d’Ouwergem". 

[461] Butkens (1724), Vol. I, Preuves, p. 231, "Lettres tirées des chartes du monastère d’Ouwergem". 

[462] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 242, citing Bibliothèque Nationale, Fonds français, 5997, fol. 119 r. 

[463] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 243, citing Cartulaire Scellières, fol. 32 v. 

[464] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 243, citing Cartulaire Scellières, fol. 32 r. 

[465] Paraclet, 225, p. 204. 

[466] Lalore ‘Traînel’ (1870), p. 243, citing Cartulaire Scellières, fol. 32 v. 

[467] Paraclet, 334, p. 285. 

[468] Paraclet, 334, p. 285.