burgundy duchy

AUTUN

 

v4.5 Updated 19 June 2024

 

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Chapter 1.                COMTES d'AUTUN. 2

Chapter 2.                NOBILITY in AUTUN. 7

A.         SEIGNEURS de BOURBON-LANCY.. 7

B.         SEIGNEURS de DIGOINE.. 11

C.        CHÂTELAINS de GLENNE.. 15

D.        SEIGNEURS de SEMUR.. 17

 

 

 

The county of Autun evolved in the pagus Augustodunensis, centred on the town of Autun, in the southern part of the medieval duchy of Burgundy, in the north-western part of the present-day French département of Saône-et-Loire near the border with the département Côte-d’Or.  Autun was one of the first Burgundian counties mentioned in primary sources.  The first recorded Comte d'Autun was Theoderic [I], whose definite origins are not known but who was probably related to the Carolingian family of Childebrand/Nibelung (see the document CAROLINGIAN NOBILITY).  His descendants continued to hold the county until Bernard Marquis of Septimania lost it in 830.  No record has been found of the rulers of the county from that date until 864, when it was awarded to Bernard "Plantevelue" son of the previous Comte Bernard.  Possession of the county was disputed by Boson, later King [of Provence], in the late 870s.  He installed his brother Richard, later duke of Burgundy, as Comte d'Autun.  After his death in 921, the county was absorbed into the duchy of Burgundy. 

 

 

 

Chapter 1.    COMTES d'AUTUN

 

 

1.         THEODERIC [I], son of --- (-[791/15 Dec 804]).  The origin of Comte Theoderic is not known.  An interesting speculation is a relationship with the early Saxon leader Widukind, as explained further in the document CAROLINGIAN NOBILITY.  Comte d'Autun.  Einhard indicates that Theoderic was related to Charles I King of the Franks when he records that in 782 the king sent his three missi "Adalgiso camerario et Geilone comite stabuli et Worado comite palati" to meet "in…Saxonis…Theodericus comes, propinquus regis"[1], the relationship probably being through the wife of Theoderic [I].  "Carolus…rex Francorum et Langobardorum" gave a judgment by charter dated to [Dec 775] which names "fidelibus…Widrigo, Odrigo, Theodrico, Bernehardo, Albuino, Aginhardo, Berngario comitibus et Anshelmo comite palacii nostri"[2].  Einhard records that Charles I King of the Franks sent "Theodorico comite et Meginfredo camerario suo" to "aquilonalem Danubii ripam" in 791[3]"Willelmus…comes" names "genitore meo Theuderico et genitrice mea Aldana" in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone[4]

a)         TEUDOIN (-826 or after)"Willelmus…comes" names "fratribus meis Theudoino et Adalelmo" (version two: "fratre meo Teodoino et Teoderico et Adalelmo") in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone.  Comte d'Autun 804/26.  same person as...?  TEUDOINComte d’Autun.  Charles II “le Chauve” King of the West Franks donated “mansos sex quos olim Theodinus comes in beneficio habuit, et postea Theodoricus filius ejus, indeque Aldericus comites...in circuitu Hæduæ civititatis”, to Saint Nazaire, at the suggestion of “Jonasæ Augustodunensis ecclesiæ præsulis” and the request of “Hunfridi...comitis” [Hunfrid [III] Marquis de Septimanie], by charter dated 28 Apr 861[5].  m ---.  The name of Teudoin’s wife is not known.  Teudoin & his wife had one child: 

i)          THEODERICComte d’Autun.  Charles II “le Chauve” King of the West Franks donated “mansos sex quos olim Theodinus comes in beneficio habuit, et postea Theodoricus filius ejus, indeque Aldericus comites...in circuitu Hæduæ civititatis”, to Saint Nazaire, at the suggestion of “Jonasæ Augustodunensis ecclesiæ præsulis” and the request of “Hunfridi...comitis” [Hunfrid [III] Marquis de Septimanie], by charter dated 28 Apr 861[6]

b)         GUILLAUME ([750/55]-Gellone [28 May [812/13]/21 May 815]).  Comte de Toulouse, Marquis de Septimanie. 

i)          BERNARD ([795]-executed Toulouse Saint-Sernin 844)"Willelmus…comes" names "filiabus meis et filiis Barnardo, Witchario, Gotcelmo, Helimbruch" (version two: "filios meos et filias Witcario, Hildehelmo et Helinbruch") in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone, Bernard being named in only one of the versions[7].  Flodoard refers to "Bernardo comiti Tolosano, propinquo suo [Teodulfo comite]"[8].  Thegan's Vita Hludowici Imperatoris records that "quondam duce Bernhardo, qui erat de stirpe regali" was accused of violating "Iudith reginam" but comments that this was all lies[9]Comte d'Autun until 830.  Marquis de Septimanie until 831.  He was installed as Count of Barcelona in 827 or before.  Einhard's Annales name "Bernhardus…Barcinonæ comes" in 827[10]The Annales Fuldenses record that "Barnhardus comes Barcinonensis" was made camerarius in the palace in 829[11]Emperor Louis I appointed "Bernard Duke of Septimania" as his chamberlain and entrusted his son Charles to him, but he "recklessly abused the imperial power…and undermined it entirely".  He was banished to Septimania in [Apr 830] by the emperor's sons who rebelled against their father[12]The Annales Bertiniani record that "præfatus Bernardus" fled to Barcelona in 830[13].  The Vita Hludowici Imperatoris records that "Bernhardus" fled into exile in Spain and was deprived of his honours [in 831][14].  The same source records that "Werinus et Bernhardus comites" gathered a force in Burgundy and reached "Matronam fluvium" [in 834][15].  The Annales Bertiniani record that "Bernardus comes marcæ Hispanicæ" was sentenced to death in 844[16]The Annales Xantenses record that "Bernhardus comes" was killed "a Karolo" in 844, after which "filio Bernhardi" and "Pippinus rex Aquitainiæ, filius Pippini" defeated the king's army[17]The Annales Fuldenses record that "Karolus" killed "Bernhardum Barcenonensium ducem" in 844 "incautem et nihil ab eo suspicantem"[18].

(a)       BERNARD "Plantevelue" (Uzès 22 Mar 841-[20 Jun 885/16 Aug 886], maybe 6 Jan 886).  The Manual of Dhuoda records the birth "XI Kal Apr", in the year following the death of Emperor Louis, at "Uzecia urbes" of the second child [Bernard] of Doda and her husband Bernard[19]The Annales Bertiniani name "rex markiones Bernardum scilicet Tolosæ et iterum Bernardum Gothiæ, itemque Bernardum alium" in 868[20]Lay Abbot of Brioude 857/68.  Comte d'Autun 864/69, deposed.  Comte de Rodez 864/74.  Comte d'Auvergne after 872.  The Annales Bertiniani name "Bernardum Arvenicum comitem" in 877[21]He obtained the county of Mâcon during the wars between the Carolingians and the Bosonids[22].  The 13th century obituary of the Eglise primatiale de Lyon records the death "VIII Id Jan" of "Bernardus comes"[23]

ii)         THEODERIC [IV] (-soon after 826).  The Manual of Dhuoda names (in order) "Willelmus, Chungundis, Gariberga, Vuithbergis, Teddericus, Gothzelmus, Guarnarius, Rothlindis" as relatives of Bernard, husband of Doda[24], which suggests that the last four named were the children of Guillaume by his second wife "Vuithbergis", assuming that all four were his children.  Comte d'Autun"Theodericus comes in Augustiduno civitate" issued a charter dated Dec 815 subscribed by "Dotinus, Ado, Bligario vicecomite, Girbaudus vicarius"[25].  "Fredelus advocatus Hildebrandi comitis" is named in a judgment of "Theodericus comes" in a charter dated Mar 818[26].  The judgment of "Theoderico comite" ordered the restitution of property at Baugy claimed by "Fulchardus advocatus…Nivelongo comiti" in a charter dated Apr 818[27]

 

 

1.         ALDERICComte d’Autun.  Charles II “le Chauve” King of the West Franks donated “mansos sex quos olim Theodinus comes in beneficio habuit, et postea Theodoricus filius ejus, indeque Aldericus comites...in circuitu Hæduæ civititatis”, to Saint Nazaire, at the suggestion of “Jonasæ Augustodunensis ecclesiæ præsulis” and the request of “Hunfridi...comitis” [Hunfrid [III] Marquis de Septimanie], by charter dated 28 Apr 861[28]

 

 

Two brothers:

1.         EKKEHARD [Ecchard], son of CHILDEBRAND [III] & his wife Dunna --- ([810/15]-8 Apr [876/77], bur monastère de Fleury-sur-Loire, Nièvre).  "Hludovvicus…imperator augustus" granted land at Perrecy in Autun to "fideli nostro Ecchardo" by charter dated 29 Dec 839[29].  The Annales Bertiniani record that "filii Etkardi comitis duo, item Eokardus, Guntardus et Richuinus comites" were captured at the siege of Toulouse in 844[30], Settipani suggesting that "item Eokardus" refers to Ekkehard son of Childebrand [III] and his wife Dunna[31]Ekkehard was one of the rebels against King Charles "le Chauve" in 858.  According to Gingins-la-Sarra, Ekkehard was invested as Comte de Chalon [in 863], Comte d'Autun et de Mâcon [in 873][32]Philipon says that Gingins-la-Sarra “se trompe évidemment” in making these statements[33]A charter dated to [866/75] relates to a dispute between "Vulfaldum episcopum et Heccardum comitem" concerning land at Perrecy, heard before "Leudo episcopus et Adelardus comes missi dominici in comitatu Augustidunense", refers to a charter "de temporibus domni Pipini regis sive de nomen Nivelongi"[34]

2.         BERNARD "le Veau" (-murdered 872).  Settipani quotes a list from Faremoutiers which names "Hiltibrandus mo[nachos]…Theoterichus com[es], Hæckardus, Bernardus…", suggesting that the last three were brothers, sons of the first named[35].  He was invested as Comte d'Autun by King Louis "le Bègue" in 868.  Bernard was murdered by Bernard "Plantevelue" Comte d'Auvergne [Aquitaine], who had been dispossessed as Comte d'Autun in favour of Comte Bernard.  "Heccardus comes" names "germani mei Bernardi" in his testamentary disposition dated to [Jan 876][36]

 

 

1.         BERNARD, son of BERNARD Comte en Poitou & his wife Bilichildis du Maine (-after 879)The Annales Bertiniani name "rex markiones Bernardum scilicet Tolosæ et iterum Bernardum Gothiæ, itemque Bernardum alium" in 868[37]He was installed as Marquis of Septimania, and Comte d'Autun in 876.  He was deprived of his territories in 877 by Hugues "l'Abbé" who installed Rainulf II Comte de Poitou in his place.  The Annales Bertiniani name "Bernardum Gothiæ markionem" in 877[38] Pope John VIII excommunicated "Bernardum filium Bernardi et Belihildis" in 879[39]He rebelled against Bernard "Plantevelue" in 879 but was defeated.  The Annales Bertiniani record the rebellion of "Bernardi markionis" in 878[40].  The Gesta regum Francorum records in 880 the submission of "Bernhardum" to "filiis Hludowici" during their fight against "Buosenem in Gallia"[41], although it is not certain that this refers to the same person. 

 

 

It is likely that Theoderic [VI] was related to the families of Ekkehard and Theoderic [I], set out above, but the precise relationship has not been identified. 

 

1.         THEODERIC [VI] "le Trésorier", son of --- (-882 or 883).  A document issued by Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks dated Nov 853 names "Pardulus episcopus, Altmarus, Theodacrus" as missi in "Lauduniso, Portiano, Suessonico, Urciso et Vadiro"[42]He was invested as Comte d'Autun in 878 by King Louis II "le Bègue".  The Annales Bertiniani record his resignation of Autun in 879 after Boso disputed his possession of it[43].  He took the villa of Perrecy on the death of his brother. 

 

 

1.         RICHARD, son of comte BUVINUS [Bouvin] & his wife --- d'Arles (-[31 Aug or 1 or 29 Sep] 921, bur Abbaye de Sainte-Colombe de Sens, Yonne)The Annales Bertiniani name "Richardus frater Bosonis" when recording that, after the capture of Vienne by the forces of King Carloman, he took “uxorem Bosonis et filiam eius” back to “comitatum suum Augustudensem” in 882[44].  Comte in 876, subsequently assuming the role of his brother Boson as missus in Italy in early 877, when the latter was recalled by Emperor Charles II.  Comte d'AutunCarlomannus…Rex” restored property “villam Taniacum” to the church of Autun, at the request of “Richardi Comiti Augustodensis”, by charter dated 1 Dec 880, the text ending with “Theodoricus Comes ambasciavit[45]He established himself in the future duchy of Burgundy, north of his brother's realm, with his capital at Autun.  He was invested as lay abbot of Saint-Symphorien by Carloman King of the East Franks in 880.  He succeeded his wife's uncle Hugues l'Abbé as Comte d'Auxerre in 886.  He led the Carolingian army which besieged his brother King Boso at Vienne in 882.  The counties in Burgundy, except Mâcon, submitted to him.  In 890 he was referred to as dux, marchio in 900, and dux Burgundionem in 918/921, later known as RICHARD "le Justicier" Duke of Burgundy

 

 

 

 

Chapter 2.    NOBILITY in AUTUN

 

 

 

A.      SEIGNEURS de BOURBON-LANCY

 

 

Bourbon-Lancy is located on the river Loire about 15 kilometres north-west of Digoin, 40 kilometres due west of Montceau-les-Mines, in the present-day French département of Saône-et-Loire along the border with Allier, arrondissement Charolles, canton Bourbon-Lancy.  The family is shown in Europäische Stammtafeln which shows earlier generations, not reproduced below, unconfirmed by the primary sources so far identified[46]

 

 

1.         ANSEDEUS .  "Ansedei de Burbon, Ansedeii filii eius, Wichardi filii eius…" subscribed the charter of "Hugo comes" under which he donated property to Paray-le-Monial, dated to before 1039[47].  1030.  m ---.  The wife of Ansedeus is not known.  Ansedeus & his wife had two children: 

a)         ANSEDEUS .  "Ansedei de Burbon, Ansedeii filii eius, Wichardi filii eius…" subscribed the charter of "Hugo comes" under which he donated property to Paray-le-Monial, dated to before 1039[48].  1030/1049.  m ---.  The wife of Ansedeus is not known.  Ansedeus & his wife had two children: 

i)          ANSEDEUS (-after 1087)

-        see below

ii)         HUMBERT [I] de Bourbon-Lancy m ERMENGARDE de Chalon, daughter of THIBAUT Comte de Chalon & his wife Ermentrude ---.  "Ermengardis" made a donation to Cluny dated Nov 1083, naming "Teudbaldus comes Cabilonensis" (although not specifying that she was his daughter), witnessed by "Humbertus de Borbon…viri mei" and "Humbertum filium nostrum puerulum monachum ad serviendum Deo in ipso loco"[49].  This is supplemented by the undated charter which records that "post mortem eius [comes domus Tetbaldus] filius eius domnus Hugo" agreed with "domnun Unbertum" to give "sororem Hermengardam in conjugium", before stating that "prædicta Hermengardis sentiens sibi mortem vicinam" wished to donate property to the abbey of Paray-le-Moniale, naming "filium Unbertum puerulum" whom she "obtulit Deo", which "[viri sui] domnus Unbertus" later donated by an undated charter[50].  Dame de Digoine.  Humbert & his wife had one child: 

(a)       HUMBERT .  "Ermengardis" made a donation to Cluny dated Nov 1083, naming "Teudbaldus comes Cabilonensis" (although not specifying that she was his daughter), witnessed by "Humbertus de Borbon…viri mei" and "Humbertum filium nostrum puerulum monachum ad serviendum Deo in ipso loco"[51].  Monk at Cluny. 

b)         GUICHARD de Bourbon-Lancy (-after [1055/65]).  "Ansedei de Burbon, Ansedeii filii eius, Wichardi filii eius…" subscribed the charter of "Hugo comes" under which he donated property to Paray-le-Monial, dated to before 1039[52].  "Guichard [de Bourbon-Lancy]" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire when "ma fille vierge nommé Cécile" was about to become a nun "approuvé par mon fils Dalmace" by charter dated to [1055/65][53]m MATHILDE de Semur, daughter DALMAS [I] Seigneur de Semur & his wife Aremburge ---.  The origin of the wife of Guichard de Bourbon-Lancy is proved by the charter dated to [1098/1109] under which "Dalmacius Borbonensis" (this couple's son) donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire in which he names "avunculus meus domnus Hugo abbas Cluniacensis"[54].  Bouchard highlights that she is named as Mathilde only by Jean Richard in his study of the cartulary of Marcigny, not in the actual charters[55].  The four daughters of Dalmas [I] Seigneur de Semur are named in the "Notes historiques sur le prieuré de Marcigny", included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire, (in order) "…Materdis, Adalaidæ et Cecilæ atque Evellæ"[56].  Other sources name the husbands of Adelaide and "Evella" [Hélie].  It is not impossible that the wife of Guichard was the daughter named Cécile.  Guichard & his wife had two children: 

i)          DALMAS de Bourbon-Lancy .  "Guichard [de Bourbon-Lancy]" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire when "ma fille vierge nommé Cécile" was about to become a nun "approuvé par mon fils Dalmace" by charter dated to [1055/65][57].  "Dalmacius Borbonensis" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire by charter dated to [1098/1109] in which he names "avunculus meus domnus Hugo abbas Cluniacensis"[58]m WILLELMA, daughter of ---.  "Dalmacius Borbonensis et eius frater Wichardus necnon et Willelmus Fortis qui eorum habet sororem" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire "pro eorum matre Willelma" who was about to become a nun there, by charter dated to [after 1130?][59].  Dalmas & his wife had three children: 

(a)       DALMAS .  "Dalmacius Borbonensis et eius frater Wichardus necnon et Willelmus Fortis qui eorum habet sororem" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire "pro eorum matre Willelma" who was about to become a nun there, by charter dated to [after 1130?][60]

(b)       GUICHARD .  "Dalmacius Borbonensis et eius frater Wichardus necnon et Willelmus Fortis qui eorum habet sororem" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire "pro eorum matre Willelma" who was about to become a nun there, by charter dated to [after 1130?][61]

(c)       daughter .  "Dalmacius Borbonensis et eius frater Wichardus necnon et Willelmus Fortis qui eorum habet sororem" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire "pro eorum matre Willelma" who was about to become a nun there, by charter dated to [after 1130?][62]m GUILLAUME "Fortis" ---. 

ii)         CECILE .  "Guichard [de Bourbon-Lancy]" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire when "ma fille vierge nommé Cécile" was about to become a nun "approuvé par mon fils Dalmace" by charter dated to [1055/65][63]

 

 

The primary sources which confirm the information shown below (copied from Europäische Stammtafeln[64]) have not been identified unless otherwise specified. 

 

ANSEDEUS, son of ANSEDEUS de Bourbon & his wife --- (-after 1087).  1056/1087. 

m WILELMA, daughter of ---.  She became a nun at Marcigny[65]

Ansedeus & his wife had two children:

1.         DALMAS .  "Domnus Dalmatius de Borbon…laudante filio suo Falcone" donated property to Paray-le-Monial by undated charter[66].  "Miles domnus Dalmatius…Agnes uxor eius filiique Falco et Wichardus" donated property to Paray-le-Monial by undated charter[67]m AGNES, daughter of ---.  "Miles domnus Dalmatius…Agnes uxor eius filiique Falco et Wichardus" donated property to Paray-le-Monial by undated charter[68].  Dalmas & his wife had four children: 

a)         FOULQUES .  "Domnus Dalmatius de Borbon…laudante filio suo Falcone" donated property to Paray-le-Monial by undated charter[69].  "Miles domnus Dalmatius…Agnes uxor eius filiique Falco et Wichardus" donated property to Paray-le-Monial by undated charter[70]m ---.  The name of Foulques’s wife is not known.  Foulques & his wife had four children: 

i)          HUGUES .  Seigneur de Bourbon.  m ---.  The name of Hugues’s wife is not known.  Hugues & his wife had five children: 

(a)       DALMAS (-after [1145]). 

(b)       GUICHARD (-after [1145]).  m ---.  The name of Guichard’s wife is not known.  Guichard & his wife had one child: 

(1)       daughter m (before 1182) DALMAS [II] de Semur, son of --- (-after [1168]). 

(c)       GUILLAUME (-after 1132).  Europäische Stammtafeln says that Guillaume left descendants, extinct in 1364 (no details shown)[71]

(d)       [ELISABETH] .  m --- de Jaligny, son of ---. 

(e)       GUILLEMETTE (-after 1128).  Nun at Marcigny. 

ii)         GEOFFROY (-after 1095). 

iii)        GERARD

iv)        GUILLAUME

b)         GUICHARD .  "Miles domnus Dalmatius…Agnes uxor eius filiique Falco et Wichardus" donated property to Paray-le-Monial by undated charter[72]

c)         HUMBERT .  1077. 

d)         BARTHELEMY .  1077. 

2.         ANSEDEUS de Charolles .  m CLAIRE, daughter of ---.  Ansedeus & his wife had children: 

a)         GUICHARD .  "Miles...Wichardus" donated property to Paray-le-Monial by undated charter, witnessed by “ipse Wichardus, Hugo et Agano fratres eius...” and later confirmed by “Hugo comes[73]

b)         HUGUES .  "Miles...Wichardus" donated property to Paray-le-Monial by undated charter, witnessed by “ipse Wichardus, Hugo et Agano fratres eius...” and later confirmed by “Hugo comes[74]

c)         AGANON .  "Miles...Wichardus" donated property to Paray-le-Monial by undated charter, witnessed by “ipse Wichardus, Hugo et Agano fratres eius...” and later confirmed by “Hugo comes[75]

 

 

Four siblings.  Their parents have not been identified, but the name “Bourbon-Lancy” suggests their descent from the family shown above.  Europäische Stammtafeln shows archdeacon Jean as the possible brother of Philippe [I] de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux (see below)[76], a suggestion which is inconsistent with his 10 Sep 1299 testament quoted below. 

 

1.         JEAN de Bourbon-Lancy (-after 10 Sep 1299, bur Autun Saint-Lazare).  Archpriest of Bourbon: “Phelippes de Borbon chevaliers sires de Mont Perroux” acknowledged holding “ma maison de Mont Perroux” from the bishop of Autun by charter dated Apr 1270, sealed by “l’arciprestre de Borbon maistre Jehan...[77].  Canon at Autun: “magister Johannes de Borbonio canonicus Eduensis ac archipresbiter Borbonii” acknowledged an agreement relating to “domus leprosorum de Borbonio” by charter dated 16 Jan 1270 (O.S.)[78].  “...Magister Johannes de Borbonio canonicus Eduensis et archipresbiter de Borbonio” acknowledged that “dominus Regnaudus de Cuzeyo miles et domina Petronilla eius uxor” held “mansum et heredes dicti Le Mile de Songier” from the bishop of Autun by charter dated 6 Sep 1275[79].  Archdeacon of Avalon: a charter dated 6 Dec 1292 records an agreement between the bishop of Autun and “frater Johannes rector domus de Brolio”, sealed by “...magistri Johannes de Borbonio archidiaconi Avalonensis in ecclesia Eduensi[80].  The testament of “Iohannes de Borbonio Lanseiz archidiaconus Avalonensis in ecclesia Eduensi”, dated 10 Sep 1299, chose burial in Autun Saint-Lazare, bequeathed property to “ecclesie sancti Martini de Borbonio” for his anniversary and those of “Guillelmi fratris mei et matris et patris mei in dicta ecclesia sepultorum”, bequeathed property to “Petronille sorori mee...Ysabelli filie ipsius Petronille...”, appointed as his heir “Guidonem fratrem meum”, substituting “dominum Bernardum nepotem meum, Ysabellim filiam Petronille sororis mee, Iohannem filium Iohannis Moreti de Borbonio...”, requested payment of debts “super domum de Marchaut que fuit Guillelmi Moissume defuncti et Iohannis filii quondam eius mariti, quondam mariti Iohannete quondam neptis mee et sororis quondam Bernardi nepotis mei[81]

2.         GUY de Bourbon-Lancy (-after 10 Sep 1299).  The testament of “Iohannes de Borbonio Lanseiz archidiaconus Avalonensis in ecclesia Eduensi”, dated 10 Sep 1299, appointed as his heir “Guidonem fratrem meum”, substituting “dominum Bernardum nepotem meum, Ysabellim filiam Petronille sororis mee, Iohannem filium Iohannis Moreti de Borbonio...[82]

3.         --- de Bourbon-Lancy (-before 10 Sep 1299).  The name order of the substitute heirs named in the testament cited below suggests that Bernard was senior to his aunt Petronille, so presumably was the son of a deceased brother of the testator.  [same person as...?  GUILLAUME de Bourbon-Lancy (-before 10 Sep 1299, bur Bourbon Saint-Martin).  He is named as deceased, and his place of burial specified, in the 10 Sep 1299 testament of his brother Jean, cited above.  It is possible that the deceased Guillaume was the father of the two children named below, although the testament is silent on their parentage.]  m ---.  The name of this person’s wife is not known.  Two children: 

a)         BERNARD [de Bourbon-Lancy] (-after 10 Sep 1299).  The testament of “Iohannes de Borbonio Lanseiz archidiaconus Avalonensis in ecclesia Eduensi”, dated 10 Sep 1299, appointed as his heir “Guidonem fratrem meum”, substituting “dominum Bernardum nepotem meum, Ysabellim filiam Petronille sororis mee, Iohannem filium Iohannis Moreti de Borbonio...[83]

b)         JEANNETTE [de Bourbon-Lancy] (-before 10 Sep 1299).  The testament of “Iohannes de Borbonio Lanseiz archidiaconus Avalonensis in ecclesia Eduensi”, dated 10 Sep 1299, requested payment of debts “super domum de Marchaut que fuit Guillelmi Moissume defuncti et Iohannis filii quondam eius mariti, quondam mariti Iohannete quondam neptis mee et sororis quondam Bernardi nepotis mei[84]m GUILLAUMEMoissume”, son of --- (-before 10 Sep 1299). 

4.         PETRONILLE de Bourbon-Lancy (-after 10 Sep 1299).  The testament of “Iohannes de Borbonio Lanseiz archidiaconus Avalonensis in ecclesia Eduensi”, dated 10 Sep 1299, bequeathed property to “Petronille sorori mee...Ysabelli filie ipsius Petronille...”, appointed as his heir “Guidonem fratrem meum”, substituting “dominum Bernardum nepotem meum, Ysabellim filiam Petronille sororis mee, Iohannem filium Iohannis Moreti de Borbonio...[85]m ---.  The name of Petronille’s husband is not known.  One possibility is that he was Renaud de Cuiseaux who is named in the following document: “...magister Johannes de Borbonio canonicus Eduensis et archipresbiter de Borbonio” acknowledged that “dominus Regnaudus de Cuzeyo miles et domina Petronilla eius uxor” held “mansum et heredes dicti Le Mile de Songier” from the bishop of Autun by charter dated 6 Sep 1275[86].  If that is correct, Renaud has not been linked to the Cuiseaux family (see the document BURGUNDY KINGDOM-BURGUNDY COUNTY NOBILITY).  One child: 

a)         ISABELLE .  The testament of “Iohannes de Borbonio Lanseiz archidiaconus Avalonensis in ecclesia Eduensi”, dated 10 Sep 1299, appointed as his heir “Guidonem fratrem meum”, substituting “dominum Bernardum nepotem meum, Ysabellim filiam Petronille sororis mee, Iohannem filium Iohannis Moreti de Borbonio...[87]

 

 

The 10 Sep 1299 testament of Archdeacon Jean de Bourbon does not specify the family relationship between the testator and the last-named substitute heir.  Presumably they were cousins: 

1.         JEAN “Moret” de Bourbon (-after 10 Sep 1299).  The testament of “Iohannes de Borbonio Lanseiz archidiaconus Avalonensis in ecclesia Eduensi”, dated 10 Sep 1299, bequeathed property to “Petronille sorori mee...Ysabelli filie ipsius Petronille...”, appointed as his heir “Guidonem fratrem meum”, substituting “dominum Bernardum nepotem meum, Ysabellim filiam Petronille sororis mee, Iohannem filium Iohannis Moreti de Borbonio...[88]

 

 

The castle of Montperroux was situated between Autun and Moulins[89].  The following person presumably belonged to an early family which held the castle.  Presumably the eventual heiress of the family married a member of the Bourbon family, recorded from the mid-13th century as seigneurs de Montperroux, which is shown immediately below Robert. 

 

1.         ROBERT de Montperroux (-after 1134).  “...Robertus de Monte Petroso...” witnessed the charter dated 1134 which records “domnus Willelmus de Colongia...felicis memoriæ” restoring “villam...Roclena” to Autun[90]

 

 

Steyert (editor of La Mure) says that “les Bourbon-Montperroux” seem to be related to the Bourbon-Lancy (“à cette branche paroissent se rattacher les Bourbon-Montperroux...”) but provides no details[91]Europäische Stammtafeln shows them as a separate family (in a table following the Bourbon-Lancy table) and does not suggest a specific Bourbon-Lancy line of descent[92].  Apart from a handful of charters (extracts from which have been incorporated below), the main source cited by Europäische Stammtafeln is “Msk von Jacques Debry/Châtel-sur-Moselle”[93].  The ES table shows additional details which are explained below but will be incorporated in the following reconstruction only if more primary source material emerges.  This approach has been adopted especially in light of Auloy and Mouillebouche, in a recent study of this family, highlighting the errors and omissions in earlier published studies[94]A different perspective altogether is suggested by a recent heraldic study made by Laurent Hablot, which demonstrates a likely connection between the Bourbon-Clessy family (now shown in the document BOURBON) and one of the original Bourbon seigneurial families[95].  This connection is explained fully at the end of Chapter 1.A of the document BOURBON.  Europäische Stammtafeln shows Bourbon-Clessy as a younger branch of the Bourbon-Montperroux family which is shown below[96].  However, the question arises whether all the following family, not just Bourbon-Clessy, was in fact descended from one of the earlier Bourbon families and was not connected at all with the earlier Bourbon-Lancy family.  This suggestion can only be explored further if more primary source material emerges. 

 

 

Europäische Stammtafeln shows Philippe [I] de Bourbon as the son of “Hugues I sn de Montmort 1257”, the son of “Guichard sn de Montmort 1226/43”, who was in turn the son of “Guy de Bourbon 1203”[97].  In addition, the same table shows “Joceran sn de Montmort 1272, 1282”, older brother of Philippe [I], as the ancestor of the Seigneurs de Montmort (one of whom is shown further below), and “Jean de Bourbon 1258/67” as paternal uncle of Philippe [I] and ancestor of the Bourbon family of Seigneurs de Vitry-sur-Loire et de Clessy (see below).  The primary sources which confirm all these supposed family connections have not been identified.  In particular, no charters corresponding to the dates cited by ES have been found in Charmasse’s published cartularies of the Evêché d’Autun and the Eglise d’Autun. 

 

1.         PHILIPPE [I] de Bourbon (-[Apr 1271/13 Feb 1273]).  Seigneur de Montperroux.  “Vir nobilis Philippus de Borbon miles dominus Montepetrosi” swore homage to Hugues IV Duke of Burgundy for properties in Burgundy by charter dated Jun 1264[98].  “Phelippes de Borbon chevaliers sires de Mont Perroux” acknowledged holding “ma maison de Mont Perroux” from the bishop of Autun by charter dated Apr 1270, sealed by “l’arciprestre de Borbon maistre Jeahn...i[99].  “Phelippes de Borbon chevaliers sires de Montporros” acknowledged holding “les homes que je ai an la ville de Viliers et lor tenemenz...” from the bishop of Autun by charter dated 30 Apr 1270, sealed by “mestre Jehan arceprovoire de Borbon...[100].  Philippe is named as deceased in his wife’s 13 Feb 1272 (O.S.) charter.  m ISABELLE de Couches, daughter of HUGUES Seigneur de Couches & his wife --- (-after 13 Feb 1273).  “Hugo dominus de Colchis miles...domine Ysabelle filie nostre, uxori quondam...Philippi de Borbonio domini de Montperroux” acknowledged “dotem suam in castro et terra de Montperrous” as a fief of the bishop of Autun by charter dated 13 Feb 1272 (O.S.)[101].  Philippe [I] & his wife had one child: 

a)         HUGUES [I] de Bourbon ([1255/60?]-after Jun 1323, maybe [1328]).  Seigneur de Montperroux. 

-        see below

 

 

HUGUES [I] de Bourbon, son of PHILIPPE [I] de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux & his wife Isabelle de Couches ([1255/60?]-after Jun 1323, maybe [1328]).  The involvement of Hugues’s maternal grandfather in the 13 Feb 1272 (O.S.) charter cited above under his mother suggests that Hugues was under age at the time.  As the following document indicates that Hugues was already married in 1278, his birth date is estimated approximately to [1255/60].  Seigneur de Montperroux.  “Huguenins sires de Montperrous escuyers, fiz çai en arrieres à...Phelippe de Borbon soignour de Montperrous” acknowledged “madite maison de Montperroux...” in fief from the bishop of Autun, and “Jahanz de Blanos chevaliers sires de Usselles” acknowledged the same “par la raison dou mariaige dou dit Huguenin et de ma fille”, by charter dated 5 May 1278[102].  Auloy and Mouillebouche suggest that “Huguenins” was a different person from “Hugo” who is named in the later charters cited here[103], a suggestion which is difficult to sustain considering that the former (or variations thereof) was used frequently as a diminutive of “Hugues” which may have been dropped when he became older.  “Hugo de Borbono domicellus dominus de Montis Petrosi” acknowledged holding property “à Nolay, Changes et Sampigny” from Robert II Duke of Burgundy by charter dated 18 Feb 1285 (N.S.)[104].  “Girard de Bourbon damoiseau seigneur de Rosey de Chauvenche” granted property “à Lesme” to “mon...cousin Hugues de Bourbon damoiseau seigneur de Montperroux” by charter dated 21 Feb 1286 (N.S.), witnessed by “Perronet de Montperroux et Humbert son frère damoiseaux...[105].  “Johannes de Montibus miles” acknowledged obligations to “Hugo de Borbonio miles dominus de Monte Petroso” for acting as his guarantor in another transaction by charter dated 1300[106].  “...Hugues sires de Montperroux...” is named among the Burgundian nobles who opposed the claims made by Philippe IV King of France by charter dated Nov 1314[107].  “Hugues de Bourbon sires de Montperroux chevaliers” and “Jaque dame de La roiche de Bruny femme doudit Hugue soignour de Montperroux” acknowledged their territories held from the duke of Burgundy by charter dated Jun 1323[108]Europäische Stammtafeln dates Hugues’s death to “[1328]”[109]: the primary source which confirms this date has not been identified. 

m firstly ([1275/5 May 1278]) --- de Blanot, daughter of JEAN de Blanot & his wife ---.  “Huguenins sires de Montperrous escuyers, fiz çai en arrieres à...Phelippe de Borbon soignour de Montperrous” acknowledged “madite maison de Montperroux...” in fief from the bishop of Autun, and “Jahanz de Blanos chevaliers sires de Usselles” acknowledged the same “par la raison dou mariaige dou dit Huguenin et de ma fille”, by charter dated 5 May 1278[110].  Auloy and Mouillebouche and Europäische Stammtafeln name her “Fauquette” (no sources cited)[111]

[m secondly ---.  No proof has been found of this supposed second marriage.  However, the suggested birth date of Hugues’s daughter Marguerite (see below) seems late for her to have been the daughter of --- de Blanot who was married before 1278.  This second unrecorded marriage appears consistent with the suggested birth date of Hugues’s supposed daughter Jeannette. 

Another possibility is the existence of two seigneurs de Montperroux both named Hugues, father and son.  This recalls the suggestion made by Auloy and Mouillebouche distinguishing between the names “Huguenins” and “Hugues” (see above), but in this scenario the charters cited above dated between 1285 and 1286 would refer to the older Hugues, while the 1300 charter could refer either to the older or younger Hugues who would have married this unnamed person, succeeded his father in [1300], and married secondly Jacquette de la Roche-en-Brenil.  This alternative scenario is at first sight attractive, but would be tight chronologically if the older Hugues was born in [1255/60?] as suggested above, and Marguerite (born [1294/96?], see below) was the daughter of the younger Hugues.] 

m [thirdly] (1314?) JACQUETTE de la Roche-en-Brenil, daughter of --- (-after 1346).  “Hugues de Bourbon sires de Montperroux chevaliers” and “Jaque dame de La roiche de Bruny femme doudit Hugue soignour de Montperroux” acknowledged their territories held from the duke of Burgundy by charter dated Jun 1323[112].  Auloy and Mouillebouche date her marriage “1314” (no source cited) and cites a source dated 1316 which records the grant of a market at La Roche-en-Brenil to her husband[113].  She was named in a source dated 1346[114]

Hugues [I] & his [second] wife had [two] children: 

1.         MARGUERITE de Bourbon ([1294/96?]-).  The marriage contract between Marguerite fille d’Hugues de Bourbon” and “Etienne de Sancto Habundo damoiseau fils de feu Etienne de Saint-Haon seigneur de Vesvre” is dated 5 Jan 1309 (N.S.)[115].  Her birth date is suggested on the assumption that she married at age 12/15, which would have been normal at the time.  m (contract 5 Jan 1309) ETIENNE de Saint-Haon, son of ETIENNE de Saint-Haon Seigneur de Vesvre & his wife ---. 

2.         [JEANNETTE de Bourbon ([1305/10?]-after 13 Jun 1334).  The primary source which confirms Jeannette’s parentage has not been identified, although the chronology suggests that she was the daughter of Hugues [I].  If her marriage is correctly dated to 1322 as suggested below, she was born in [1305/10] (in line with the usual age of marriage noted above under her sister Marguerite).  If that date range is correct, Jeannette’s mother would have been Hugues’s [second] wife.  La Mure says that “l’ancien Inventaire des titres de Forez” indicates (“indique”) that Jean bâtard de Bourbon [misidentifying Jeannette’s father] also had “une fille naturelle jusqu’ici inconnue à l’histoire...Johanneta de Borbonio” who married “messire Guichard de Chastellus chevalier seigneur de Châteaumorand” and was guardian of their children after he died, quoting an undated “note d’une prestation de fief” which is “littera feudi Johannetæ de Bourbonio, domicellæ relictæ Guichardi, quondam domini Castri Morandi, tutricis liberorum suorum...de sua domo des Landes[116].  Morand dates her marriage 1322 (citing “mémoire aux archives de Châteaumorand”, no precise citation)[117].  “Jeannette de Bourbon (Montpéroux), damoiselle, veuve de Guichard (de Chatelus), seigneur de Châteaumorand, tutrice de leur fils Hugonin” acknowledged holding “sa maison de Landes” from the Comte de Forez by charter dated 20 Jun 1329[118]Jeannette de Montpéroux, de Monte Petroso, veuve de Guichard de Chatelus, seigneur de Châteaumorand, mère et tutrice de noble Huguonnet de Chatelus, seigneur de Châteaumorand” swore homage for “la maison de Landes et la justice tant en la châtellenie de Châteaumorand que dans les paroisses qui en dépendent…à l’exception du château de Châteaumorand...qu’elle tient du seigneur de Beaujeu” by charter dated 13 Jun 1334[119]m (1322) GUICHARD de Chastellus Seigneur de Châteaumorand, son of --- (-before 20 Jun 1329).] 

Hugues [I] & his [third] wife had one child: 

3.         [JEAN [I] de Bourbon (-killed in battle Poitiers 19 Sep 1356, bur Poitiers Franciscans).  The question of Jean’s parentage is discussed below.  Seigneur de Montperroux.] 

-        see below

Hugues [I] [& his --- wife] had [four other children]: 

4.         [In addition to the children shown above, Europäische Stammtafeln names “Philippe 1331 m Marguerite de Tintry”, “Etienne sn de Burienne 1340/1343”, “Hugues sn de la Roche-en-Brenil 1354” and “Alix m 1331 Hugues de Thil sn de Saint-Beury” as other children of Hugues [I], all by his marriage to Jacquette de la Roche-en-Brenil[120].  The primary sources which confirm their parentage have not been identified.] 

 

 

The primary source which confirms Jean [I]’s parentage has not been identified, although his succession to Montperroux indicates his descent from Hugues [I].  If that is correct, the suggested date of Jean’s first marriage suggests his birth in [1315/20] which, if correct, in turn suggests that Hugues’s [third] wife was his mother.  Another possibility is that Jean was Hugues [I]’s grandson, born from an unrecorded son who predeceased his father (born from his Hugues [I]’s first marriage). 

There is confusion in some secondary sources between Jean de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux and Jean bâtard de Bourbon Seigneur de Rochefort (illegitimate son of Louis I Duc de Bourbon, see the document BOURBON)[121].  Père Anselme correctly makes the distinction[122]The problem is discussed fully at the website cited in the footnote[123]

 

JEAN [I] de Bourbon, son of [HUGUES de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux & his [third wife Jacquette de la Roche-en-Brenil]] ([1315/20?]-killed in battle Poitiers 19 Sep 1356, bur Poitiers Franciscans).  If his birth date is as suggested above, Jean would have been a minor when his father died.  Seigneur de Montperroux.  Seigneur de Chastellus, de Marigny et de Bazoches, de iure uxoris: “Jean de Bourbon chlr sgr de Montperroux, Châtellux, Marigny et Bazoiche” swore homage “tant en son nom qu’au nom de Laure de Bourdeaux dame desd. lieux pour les terres de Châtellux et de Bazoiches” in 1351[124].  A list of those buried “ou couvent des frères mineurs [de] Poitiers” after the battle of Poitiers 19 Sep 1356 includes “chevaliers...Messire Jehan de Bourbon...[125].  He is recorded as deceased in Père Anselme’s record of his wife’s 1374 charter cited below. 

m firstly ([1340/45?]) ---.  The fact of Jean’s first marriage (but not the name of his first wife) is confirmed by Père Anselme who, when recording the third marriage of Laure de Bourdeau, names her third husband “Jean de Bourbon seigneur de Montperoux issu des anciens sire de Bourbon, dont elle fut la seconde femme[126].  It is also consistent with Anselme’s report of Jean [I]’s widow reaching agreement in 1374 with “Gerard de Bourbon fils de feu son mary” about her rights (see below).  A connection between the Bourbon/Montperroux and Longwy/Rahon families is indicated by a charter dated 1371 under which the Gérard de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux records holding “en fief de son oncle Henry de Longwy sa terre de Gourmandet[127].  If “oncle” [translation of “avunculus”? = maternal uncle] was used in its strict sense, Gérard’s mother was --- de Longwy/de Rahon, daughter of Mathieu de Longwy Seigneur de Rahon & his wife Alix de Vienne (after 1324-).  According to Europäische Stammtafeln, Jean’s first wife was “--- de Longvy, Dame de la Roche-en-Besort, Nichte von Henri de L sn de Rahon”[128], although “Nichte” seems less likely chronologically.  Another possibility is that she was a more distant relative of the Longwy/Rahon family, considering that “avunculus/oncle” could have been used in an extended sense.  However, that case seems less likely as the best explanation for Gérard holding property in fief from Henry de Longwy is that it was his mother’s dowry, and therefore granted by her father or brother.  The date of her marriage is estimated very approximately on the assumption that her son Gérard was still a minor when his father died. 

m secondly ([1351]) as her third husband, LAURE de Bourdeau, widow firstly of ROBERT Seigneur de Tanlay [Courtenay] and secondly of GUILLAUME de Montagu Seigneur de Sombernon [Bourgogne-Capet], daughter of GUILLAUME [II] de Bourdeau & his wife Simone de Chastellus (-1384, bur Quincy).  Auloy and Mouillebouche name her “Laure de Bourdeau”, identifying “La Tour Bourdeau, cne Saint-Symphorien-de-Marmagne, Saône-et-Loire[129]Europäische Stammtafeln records her precise parentage[130]: the primary source which confirms the information has not been identified.  Père Anselme records that “[Laure de Bordeaux] dame de Montperoux et de Chastellus” reached agreement with “Philippe sire de Tanlay et de Ravieres et Philiberte sa femme” for her dowry after the death of “monseigneur Robert de Tanlay son...mari” by charter dated 1344[131].  Père Anselme says that she married secondly “Guillaume de Montagu seigneur de Sombernon” and thirdly “Jean de Bourbon seigneur de Montperoux issu des anciens sire de Bourbon, dont elle fut la seconde femme[132].  “Jean de Bourbon chlr sgr de Montperroux, Châtellux, Marigny et Bazoiche” swore homage “tant en son nom qu’au nom de Laure de Bourdeaux dame desd. lieux pour les terres de Châtellux et de Bazoiches” in 1351[133].  “Laure de Bourdeaux dame de Châtellux, de Montperroux, de Marigny et de Bazoiche” swore homage for “Châtellux et Bazoiche” in 1356[134].  Père Anselme says that Laure “étant veuve pour la troisième fois en 1374” reached agreement with “Gerard de Bourbon fils de feu son mary” concerning her rights[135].  Laure “dame de Chastellus et de Basoche, femme de feu Robert de Tanlay seigneur de Tanlay” donated property to Quincy abbey by charter dated 1381[136].  Père Anselme records her testament dated 1383, a codicil dated 1384, her death “la même année” and burial “dans l’abbaye de Quincy”, her succession being shared by “Guillaume de Beauvoir son neveu et ses deux sœurs...en 1389[137].  In another passage, Père Anselme records that “Guillaume de Beauvoir [en Bourgogne]” became “seigneur de Bourdeaux, d’Aulcerre, de Chastelus, de Basoches, de Marigny, du Bouchet, de Bousson et autres terres qu’il eut de Laure de Bourdeaux sa proche parente [the precise family relationship not specified]” and that “Philippe de Jaucourt Seigneur de Ville-Arnoul”, second husband of his sister Isabelle, “donna quittance pour elle en 1388” to Guillaume regarding the succession of Laure de Bourdeau and that, after she was widowed, Guillaume granted “la terre de Villiers-Lienas” to Isabelle as part of the same succession[138]

Jean [I] & his first wife had [three] children: 

1.         GERARD [I] de Bourbon ([1342/48?]-before 24 Jul 1417).  His parentage is confirmed by the 1374 cited by Père Anselme, see below.  The chronology suggests that Gérard was a minor when his father died.  Auloy and Mouillebouche record that Gérard was among those convoked by Philippe Duke of Burgundy in 1366 “pour chasser la compagnie de l’Archiprêtre” and in 1367 was “chargé de surveiller les routiers qui tentent de passer la Loire[139]Père Anselme says that Laure “étant veuve pour la troisième fois en 1374” reached agreement with “Gerard de Bourbon fils de feu son mary” concerning her rights[140]Auloy and Mouillebouche cite other sources in which Gérard was named dated 1376, 1379, 1386, 1392, 1402-02, 1409, 1412[141].  Chambellan of Philippe de Bourgogne Comte de Charolais from 1407 to 1415[142].  Plancher refers to Gérard’s death when recording the appointment of “Philibert de Chantemerle Seigneur de la Clayette” as “premier Chambellan du Comte son fils [=Philippe Comte de Charolais]” 24 Jul 1417 to replace “Girard de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux, mort peu de tems auparavant[143].  [m firstly (1360) as her first husband, ISABELLE de Beauvoir, daughter of JEAN Seigneur de Bourdeau & his wife Jacquette d’Ostun [Autun?].  Père Anselme records her parentage, her first marriage in 1360 to “Gerard de Bourbon seigneur de Montperoux” and her second marriage, noting that her second husband “donna quitance pour elle en 1388” to her brother regarding the succession of Laure de Bourdeau [Gérard’s stepmother, see above] and that later (when she was widowed) her brother granted her “la terre de Villiers-Lienas” as part of the same succession[144].  She married secondly Philippe de Jaucourt Seigneur de Ville-Arnoul.  Her second marriage is inconsistent with Gérard de Bourbon’s second marriage.  One possibility is that the “marriage” recorded by Père Anselme was only a betrothal which was terminated.  Another possibility is that Gérard’s supposed second marriage noted below is incorrect.]  m [secondly] ([1378/80?]) as her third husband, BEATRIX de Traînel Dame de Soligny et de la Villeneuve-aux-Riches-Hommes, widow firstly of GUILLAUME [I] du Plessis Bailli de Troyes and secondly of GAUTHIER de Gounas, daughter of [JEAN de Traînel Seigneur de Soligny & his wife ---] (-[1382/86]).  Europäische Stammtafeln records her possible parentage and three marriages, noting her mentions in 1376 and 1382 and her death “1386[145].  The primary sources which confirm this information have not been identified.  Gérard [I] & his wife had [three] children: 

a)         JEAN [II] de Bourbon ([1380/86?]-23 Apr [1424/25], bur Grury).  Seigneur de Montperroux.  An epitaph at Grury records the burial of “Jehan de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux” who died “le jour saint George 1424 après Pasque”, Auloy and Mouillebouche suggesting the year is an error for 1425[146]m JEANNE de Ternant, daughter of ---.  Auloy and Mouillebouche record her family origin and marriage, indicating that she was the sister of “Philippe et Isabeau de Ternant” and noting that “l’analyse des archives de Philippe [de Bourbon]” dated 1491 include a testament of “Jeanne de Ternant[147].  Her family relationship with Marie de Traves, wife of Jean de Dyo, is recorded (imprecisely) in their 4 Jan 1485 marriage contract cited below, Auloy and Mouillebouche indicating that Marie de Traves was the granddaughter of “Marguerite de Ternant, tante maternelle de Philippe [de Bourbon]”[148].  Jean [II] & his wife had six children: 

i)          PHILIPPE [II] de Bourbon ([1415/16]-1491).  A charter dated 20 Jul 1430 record “Antoine Palatin de Dyo seigneur de Saint-Beury et de Vesvre et Pierre de Traves seigneur de la Porcheresse” emancipating “Philippe de Bourbon damoiseau âgé de 14 ans” and accounting for their guardianship “devant le bailli royal de Saint-Georges[149]. Seigneur de Montperroux.  “Philippe de Bourbon escuyer seigneur de Montperroux tant en son nom comme...de Miles, Bernart, Artus, Jehan et Alips de Bourbon ses freres et seurs desquelx il a le bail...” was granted protection in Berry and Auvergne by charter dated 10 Feb 1436 (N.S.)[150].  “Phelippe de Bourbon escuier seigneur de Monperroux...tant en son nom...ou nom de mes freres et seurs enfens de feu messire Jehan de Bourbon jadis seigneur dudit Montperroux” confirmed receipt of revenue from “la saulnerie de Salins” by charter dated 10 Aug 1438[151].  Auloy and Mouillebouche cite documents dated 1432, 1433, 1435, 1442, 1443-51, 1459, 1464-1467, 1475 which name Philippe and provides details of his career[152].  Chambellan of Charles Duke of Burgundy 1459-1472[153].  Philippe [II] granted Montperroux to his relative Jean de Dio under the latter’s marriage contract dated 4 Jan 1485 (N.S.), quoted below[154].  A charter dated 18 Mar 1493 (N.S.) records receipt of payments by “Jehan Palatin seigneur de Dyo, de Monpeyroux et de Vesvres...” for property after the death of “feu noble memoire Phelippe de Bourbon en son vivant seigneur usufruictier dudit Monpeyroux[155]m firstly (Jul 1442) JEANNE de Chauvigny Dame de Saint-Germain-des-Fossés et de Murol en Auvergne, daughter of --- (-1462).  Her marriage (contract?) is dated Jul 1442[156].  “Damoiselle Jehanne de Chauvigny femme de...Philippe de Bourbon escuier seigneur de Montperroux...” donated property to “Guyot fils de Jean seigneur de Murol” by charter dated 23 Apr 1454[157].  She died in 1462[158].  m secondly ANTOINETTE de Bazarnes Dame d’Estrée, daughter of ---.  Auloy and Mouillebouche record her family origin and marriage (no source cited)[159]

ii)         MILON de Bourbon .  “Philippe de Bourbon escuyer seigneur de Montperroux tant en son nom comme...de Miles, Bernart, Artus, Jehan et Alips de Bourbon ses freres et seurs desquelx il a le bail...” was granted protection in Berry and Auvergne by charter dated 10 Feb 1436 (N.S.)[160]Europäische Stammtafeln names him “Seigneur de Soligny et de la Roche-en-Brenil”[161].  The primary source which confirms that this information is correct has not been identified. 

iii)        BERNARD de Bourbon .  “Philippe de Bourbon escuyer seigneur de Montperroux tant en son nom comme...de Miles, Bernart, Artus, Jehan et Alips de Bourbon ses freres et seurs desquelx il a le bail...” was granted protection in Berry and Auvergne by charter dated 10 Feb 1436 (N.S.)[162]

iv)        ARTUR de Bourbon .  “Philippe de Bourbon escuyer seigneur de Montperroux tant en son nom comme...de Miles, Bernart, Artus, Jehan et Alips de Bourbon ses freres et seurs desquelx il a le bail...” was granted protection in Berry and Auvergne by charter dated 10 Feb 1436 (N.S.)[163]Europäische Stammtafeln names him “apostolischer Protonotar”[164].  The primary source which confirms that this information is correct has not been identified. 

v)         JEAN de Bourbon .  “Philippe de Bourbon escuyer seigneur de Montperroux tant en son nom comme...de Miles, Bernart, Artus, Jehan et Alips de Bourbon ses freres et seurs desquelx il a le bail...” was granted protection in Berry and Auvergne by charter dated 10 Feb 1436 (N.S.)[165]

vi)        ALIX de Bourbon .  “Philippe de Bourbon escuyer seigneur de Montperroux tant en son nom comme...de Miles, Bernart, Artus, Jehan et Alips de Bourbon ses freres et seurs desquelx il a le bail...” was granted protection in Berry and Auvergne by charter dated 10 Feb 1436 (N.S.)[166].  [Père Anselme records Alix “fille de Jean de Bourbon seigneur de Montperoux et de Jeanne de Ternant” and her marriage to Guillaume de Beauvoir [en Bourgogne], noting that she was childless and that her husband’s second marriage was dated “avant 1394[167].  This parentage is chronologically impossible assuming that her husband’s date of death is correctly recorded.  Europäische Stammtafeln “corrects” the chronological difficulty by dating the marriage to 16 Apr 1422[168], but this date must be incorrect considering the likely birth date of Alix’s brother Philippe [II] de Bourbon (see above).  If Anselme has correctly reconstructed the Beauvoir family, Guillaume’s wife was presumably the daughter of Jean [I] de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux and his first wife, as suggested below.] 

b)         CLAUDE de Bourbon (-[1 Oct 1429/1434]).  Auloy and Mouillebouche record her parentage and marriage[169]Europäische Stammtafeln dates the marriage, her testament 1 Oct 1429, and the couple’s dates of death[170]m (17 May 1402) GUY [III] de Pontailler Seigneur de Talmay, son of --- (-[1437]). 

c)         [CATHERINE de Bourbon (-1439).  Auloy and Mouillebouche record her parentage and marriage[171].  According to Europäische Stammtafeln, Catherine was the daughter of Guillaume de Bourbon Seigneur de Clessy, supposed younger brother of Gérard de Bourbon Seigneur de Clessy et de Vitry-sur-Loire (see below), and his wife “Jeanne de Bourbon (Chavence)”[172].  This contradiction has not been explained.  m firstly (before 5 Sep 1409) LOUIS Damas Seigneur de Digoine, son of --- (-1419).  m secondly (before 1424) ANTOINE de Toulongeon Seigneur de Traves et de la Bastie, son of --- (-29 Sep 1432).] 

2.         [ALIX de Bourbon (-before 1394).  Père Anselme records Alix “fille de Jean de Bourbon seigneur de Montperoux et de Jeanne de Ternant” and her marriage, noting that she was childless and that her husband’s second marriage was dated “avant 1394[173].  This parentage is chronologically impossible assuming that her husband’s date of death is correctly recorded.  It seems more likely that Alix was another daughter of Jean [I] de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux by his first wife.  If that is correct, her marriage was arranged by her stepmother Laure de Bourdeau who, as noted above, was “[une] proche parente” of Alix’s husband who (with his two sisters, one of whom was married to Alix’s supposed brother Gérard [I] according to Père Anselme, see above) shared Laure’s inheritance.  Her name is uncertain, considering the apparent existence of her sister apparently with the same name.  m as his first wife, GUILLAUME de Beauvoir [en Bourgogne] Seigneur de Bourdeau, de Chastellus, de Basoches et de Marigny, son of JEAN Seigneur de Bourdeau & his wife Jacquette d’Autun (-6 Jun 1408, bur Vezelay Cordeliers).] 

3.         [ALIX de Bourbon (-after 1400)Europäische Stammtafeln records her parentage and two marriages[174].  The primary sources which confirm the information have not been identified.  Her name is uncertain, considering the apparent existence of her sister with the same name.  m firstly (before 1376) as his second wife, GERARD de Bourbon Seigneur de Clessy, de Vitry-sur-Loire, et de la Ferté-Chauderon, son of GUY de Bourbon Seigneur de Clessy & his second wife Isabelle de Châtelperron Dame de la Ferté-Chauderon (-[1372/78]).  m secondly PIERRE de Ballore, son of --- (-after 1390).] 

 

 

The 21 Feb 1286 charter quoted below confirms an unspecified relationship (“cousin” is too vague to be precise) between Gérard, shown below, and Hugues [I] de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux.  Europäische Stammtafeln names him as Hugues’s possible nephew (and as father of “Jean sn de la Motte-sur-Loire et de Chavence 1307”)[175]

 

1.         GERARD de Bourbon (-after 21 Feb 1286).  Seigneur de Rousset et de Chavence.  “Girard de Bourbon damoiseau seigneur de Rosey de Chauvenche” granted property “à Lesme” to “mon...cousin Hugues de Bourbon damoiseau seigneur de Montperroux” by charter dated 21 Feb 1286 (N.S.), witnessed by “Perronet de Montperroux et Humbert son frère damoiseaux...[176]

 

 

Europäische Stammtafeln names Hugues, shown below, as the son of “Hugues [II] sn de Montmort 1295/1309”, son of “Joceran Sn de Montmort 1272, 1282”, who it says was the brother of Philippe [I] de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux[177].  The same table names Hugues’s wife, son and two granddaughters.  The primary sources which confirm this information have not been identified. 

 

1.         HUGUES de Bourbon (-after 25 Jun 1356).  Seigneur de Montmort.  “Hugues de Bourbon[-Lancy] sire de Montmort chevalier” consented to the acquisition of land “par deux frères, ses hommes taillables” by charter dated 25 Jun 1356[178]

 

 

The seigneurie de Montperroux passed to the Dyo family after the death of Philippe [II] de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux, as explained below. 

 

1.         --- de Dyo .  He may have been Antoine de Dyo, named as joint guardian of Philippe [II] de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux in the 20 Jul 1430 charter cited above.  m CLAUDE, daughter of --- (-after 4 Jan 1485).  She is named in her grandson’s 4 Jan 1485 marriage contract cited below (assuming that “neveux” in that document is used to mean grandsons not nephews, similar to the dual meaning of the Latin term “nepos”).  One child: 

a)         GUY de Dyo m CATHERINE de Bourbon, daughter of [GERARD de Bourbon Seigneur de Clessy, de Vitry-sur-Loire, et de la Ferté-Chauderon & his second wife Alix de Bourbon].  Auloy and Mouillebouche record her possible parentage and marriage, which would explain the relationship between [her son] Jean de Dyo and Philippe [II] de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux (on the paternal side of his family)[179].  Her family relationship with Philippe de Bourbon Seigneur de Montperroux is recorded (imprecisely) in the 4 Jan 1485 marriage contract cited below.  These statements only apply if the Bourbon-Clessy and Bourbon-Montperroux families were related, a problem which is highlighted above.  Guy & his wife had two children: 

i)          JEAN de Dyo (-1515).  His parentage is confirmed by his marriage contract.  A charter dated 18 Mar 1493 (N.S.) records receipt of payments by “Jehan Palatin seigneur de Dyo, de Monpeyroux et de Vesvres...” for property after the death of “feu noble memoire Phelippe de Bourbon en son vivant seigneur usufruictier dudit Monpeyroux[180]m (contract 4 Jan 1485) MARIE de Traves, daughter of JACQUES de Trave & his wife Catherine de Poquières dite de Belarbre.  The marriage contract between “Philippe de Bourbon escuyer seigneur de Montperroux, Claude dame de Dio, Antoine et Jean de Dio, ledit Jean et Antoine neveux de ladite Claude...ledit Jean de Dio” and “Jaques de Trave chevalier seigneur de la Porcheresse, Marie de Traves fille dudit Jaques et de Catherine de Poquieres dite de Belarbre…ladite Marie de Traves” is dated 4 Jan 1485 (N.S.), and “ledit seigneur de Montperroux...ledit Philippe frère de Miles de Bourbon”, noting that “Jean et Marie estant mes proches parens...Jean du costé paternel et Marie du mon costé maternel”, granted “audit Jean ma terre et seigneurie de Montperroux à moy eschüe du partage de mes frères, tant comme elle estoit avant mes premier et second mariage[181].  Auloy and Mouillebouche indicating that Marie de Traves was the granddaughter of “Marguerite de Ternant, tante maternelle de Philippe [de Bourbon]”[182].  

-        SEIGNEURS de MONTPERROUX[183].  

ii)         ANTOINE de Dyo .  He is named in his brother’s 4 Jan 1485 marriage contract cited above. 

 

 

 

B.      SEIGNEURS de DIGOINE

 

 

The castle of Digoine is located in the southern outskirts of the town of Palinges, in the present-day French département of Saône-et-Loire, arrondissement Charolles.  It should be distinguished from the town of Digoin which lies about 20 kilometres to the west[184]

 

 

1.         LIEBAUD (-after 1006).  "Miles...comitis Ottonis, Letbaldus" donated “ecclesiam...sancti Petri...loco...Puteolis” to Saint-Bénigne de Dijon by undated charter[185].  Robert II King of France confirmed the donations of property “in comitatu...Belnensi secus fluvium...Duina” to "in loco...Puteolus...ecclesia...beati Petri" made to Saint-Bénigne de Dijon by “Letbaldus miles”, at the request of “Vualone comite et fratre eius Vualterio”, by charter dated [1006][186].  The name of the donor indicates that he may have been the ancestor of the later seigneurs de Digoine.  In addition, the name “Duina” in this charter is similar to “Digonia”, although this connection has not been confirmed. 

 

 

1.         JOSSERAND de DigoineSeigneur de Digoine"Jocerannus de Digonia" donated property to Cluny, confirmed after his death by "Letbaudus de Digonia filius eius…filius ipsius Leubaudi, Letbaudus iunior", by two undated charters which refer to the unnamed wife of "Letbaudus [senior]"[187].  "...Joceranni de Digonio..." subscribed the charter dated to [993/1048] under which "Bernardus" donated property "in episcopatu Matisconensi in villa Marziaco..." to Cluny[188]m ---.  The name of Josserand’s wife is not known.  Josserand & his wife had one child: 

a)         LIEBAUD [I] de Digoine (-[after 1105]).  "Jocerannus de Digonia" donated property to Cluny, confirmed after his death by "Letbaudus de Digonia filius eius…filius ipsius Leubaudi, Letbaudus iunior", by two undated charters which refer to the unnamed wife of "Letbaudus [senior]"[189]Seigneur de Digoine.  "...Letbaldus [de] Digonia..." subscribed the charter dated to [1080] under which "Domnus Hugo de Bitiaco...Joceranno de Coperia" donated property "in pago Matiscensi, Casales...molendini..." to Cluny[190].  A charter dated 1105, before 18 Jan, records that "Bernardum de Cacchiaco cum coniuge sua Girberga..." donated "æccleias Quadrellæ" to Cluny, and that "Leotbaldus Digoniensis pater, Leotbaldusque filius eius" later challenged the donation but reached a settlement with the abbot[191]m --- [de Beaujeu], daughter of GUICHARD [III] Seigneur [de Beaujeu] & his wife Richoara [de Salornay].  The origin of the wife of Liébaud de Digoine is determined from the second charter dated [1055] under which "Richoara uxor Wichardi de Bellojoco" donated the church of Vitry with the consent of "viro meo Wichardo et filiis meis Humberto et Dalmatio et filiabus meis" to Cluny, which confirms that after the death of Richoara "Lebaldus de Igonia gener eius" was obliged to accept this donation to settle a dispute with the abbey[192].  Liébaud [I] & his wife had one child: 

i)          LIEBAUD [II] de Digoine (-after 25 Jul 1128).  "Jocerannus de Digonia" donated property to Cluny, confirmed after his death by "Letbaudus de Digonia filius eius…filius ipsius Leubaudi, Letbaudus iunior", by two undated charters which refer to the unnamed wife of "Letbaudus [senior]"[193].  "Leotbaldus de Digonia...Girardus filius Ledbaldi de Digonia..." witnessed the charter dated 25 Jul 1128 under which "Robertus Dalmacii filius iterum Roberti Dalmacii" confirmed the donation of "mansum de Columnis" to Cluny[194]m ---.  The name of Liébaud’s wife is not known.  Liébaud [II] & his wife had one child: 

(1)       GERARD de Digoine .  "Leotbaldus de Digonia...Girardus filius Ledbaldi de Digonia..." witnessed the charter dated 25 Jul 1128 under which "Robertus Dalmacii filius iterum Roberti Dalmacii" confirmed the donation of "mansum de Columnis" to Cluny[195]

 

 

Four brothers:

1.         JOSSERAND de Digoine (-after [1150]).  “Jocerannus de Digoni et omnes fratres eius Girardus...et Lebaudus et Antelmus” donated rights in their lands to La Ferté-sur-Grosne by charter dated to [1145][196].  “Jocerannus de Digonia” donated rights “super la Valletam” to La Ferté-sur-Grosne, with the consent of “uxor mea neptis Willelmi comitis Cabiloni et duo filii nostri Jocerannus...et Guichardus et filia nostra Aalis”, by charter dated to [1150][197]m ---, daughter of ---.  “Jocerannus de Digonia” donated rights “super la Valletam” to La Ferté-sur-Grosne, with the consent of “uxor mea neptis Willelmi comitis Cabiloni et duo filii nostri Jocerannus...et Guichardus et filia nostra Aalis”, by charter dated to [1150][198].  Josserand & his wife had three children: 

a)         JOSSERAND de Digoine .  “Jocerannus de Digonia” donated rights “super la Valletam” to La Ferté-sur-Grosne, with the consent of “uxor mea neptis Willelmi comitis Cabiloni et duo filii nostri Jocerannus...et Guichardus et filia nostra Aalis”, by charter dated to [1150][199]

b)         GUICHARD de Digoine .  “Jocerannus de Digonia” donated rights “super la Valletam” to La Ferté-sur-Grosne, with the consent of “uxor mea neptis Willelmi comitis Cabiloni et duo filii nostri Jocerannus...et Guichardus et filia nostra Aalis”, by charter dated to [1150][200]

c)         ALIX de Digoine .  “Jocerannus de Digonia” donated rights “super la Valletam” to La Ferté-sur-Grosne, with the consent of “uxor mea neptis Willelmi comitis Cabiloni et duo filii nostri Jocerannus...et Guichardus et filia nostra Aalis”, by charter dated to [1150][201]

2.         GERARD de Digoine .  “Jocerannus de Digoni et omnes fratres eius Girardus...et Lebaudus et Antelmus” donated rights in their lands to La Ferté-sur-Grosne by charter dated to [1145][202]

3.         LIEBAUD de Digoine .  “Jocerannus de Digoni et omnes fratres eius Girardus...et Lebaudus et Antelmus” donated rights in their lands to La Ferté-sur-Grosne by charter dated to [1145][203]

4.         ANTELME de Digoine .  “Jocerannus de Digoni et omnes fratres eius Girardus...et Lebaudus et Antelmus” donated rights in their lands to La Ferté-sur-Grosne by charter dated to [1145][204]

 

 

1.         HUGUES de Digoine (-[Dec 1228/Dec 1233]).  "Homines mei...Hugo de Digonia...Guichardus de Digonia..." witnessed the charter dated 1205 under which Beatrix Ctss de Chalon settled a dispute concerning "ville Paredi et Toloni" with Cluny[205].  Another charter dated 1205 concerning the same subject was witnessed by "...Hugone de Digonia et Guicardo fratre eius..."[206]Seigneur de Digoine"Milites mei...Hugo dominus de Digonia..." witnessed the charter dated 1212 under which Beatrix Ctss de Chalon donated property to Cluny[207]"Dominum Hugonem de Digonia" is named as guarantor in a charter dated 23 Sep 1220 under which Jean Comte de Chalon settled disputes with Cluny[208]"Milites...Hugo de Digonia...Guichardus de Digonia..." witnessed the charter dated Dec 1228 under which Jean Comte de Chalon granted rights relating to “Paredo et de Tolono” to Cluny[209]m --- (-after May 1238).  The name of Hugues’s wife is not known.  "Willelmum dominum de Digonia" confirmed the donation to Cluny of “mansum...Martholei” made by “Andreas de Ver domicellus...et mater eius ac uxor eiusdem” by charter dated May 1238[210].  Hugues & his wife had [two children]: 

a)         [GUILLAUME de Digoine (-after Feb 1244).  Seigneur de Digoine"Nobiles viri Willelmus, dominus de Digonia...milites" witnessed the charter dated Dec 1233 under which Guillaume Bishop of Chalon confirmed a donation to Cluny made by “Willelmus de Rossillon domicellus quondam frater noster...” to Cluny[211]"Willelmum dominum de Digonia" confirmed the donation to Cluny of “mansum...Martholei” made by “Andreas de Ver domicellus...et mater eius ac uxor eiusdem” by charter dated May 1238[212].  “Noble seigneur Guillaume de Digoine...aussy...Alix sa femme et aussy...ses enfants” granted privileges to the town of Digoin by charter dated Jul 1238[213]"Guillermus dominus de Digonia et Hugo frater eius, Robertus Dalmatii et Gaufridi Viridi milites" confirmed an obligation to Cluny of “Renaudus dominus Busseriæ” by charter dated Feb 1244[214]m (before May 1238) ---.  "Willelmum dominum de Digonia" confirmed the donation to Cluny of “mansum...Martholei” made by “Andreas de Ver domicellus...et mater eius ac uxor eiusdem” by charter dated May 1238[215].] 

b)         [HUGUES de Digoine (-after Feb 1244).  “Joceran seigneur de Brancion” attested that “Hugues de Digoine” had received “sa maison du Châtelet” as a fief from Hugues IV Duke of Burgundy by charter dated Aug 1242[216].  “Hugues de Digoine chevalier” attested that he had received “sa maison de Chatelet...ainsi que les villes d’Oudry et d’Auges” as fiefs from Hugues IV Duke of Burgundy by charter dated Aug 1242[217]"Guillermus dominus de Digonia et Hugo frater eius, Robertus Dalmatii et Gaufridi Viridi milites" confirmed an obligation to Cluny of “Renaudus dominus Busseriæ” by charter dated Feb 1244[218].] 

2.         GUICHARD de Digoine (-after Dec 1228).  "Homines mei...Hugo de Digonia...Guichardus de Digonia..." witnessed the charter dated 1205 under which Beatrix Ctss de Chalon settled a dispute concerning "ville Paredi et Toloni" with Cluny[219].  Another charter dated 1205 concerning the same subject was witnessed by "...Hugone de Digonia et Guicardo fratre eius..."[220]"Milites...Hugo de Digonia...Guichardus de Digonia..." witnessed the charter dated Dec 1228 under which Jean Comte de Chalon granted rights relating to “Paredo et de Tolono” to Cluny[221]

 

 

 

C.      CHÂTELAINS de GLENNE

 

 

This family originated in Glux-en-Glenne, about 15 kilometres west of Autun, in the present-day French département of Nièvre, arrondissement Ville de Château-Chinon, canton Château-Chinon.  The history of the châtellenie de Glenne was studied in the early 20th century by Eugène Fyot[222].  Glenne passed to the seigneurs de Châtillon-en-Bazois by marriage in the early 13th century. 

 

 

1.         P--- de Glenne (-after 15 May 1076).  “...P. Glanonensis...H. de Monte sancti Johannis...” witnessed the charter dated 15 May 1076 under which Aganon Bishop of Autun recorded a judgment against “Raginardo fratre nostro” relating to Bligny[223]

 

2.         THIBAUT de Glanne (-after [1098/1112]).  "...Tetbaldus Glanonis miles..." witnessed the charter dated to [1098/1112] which records an agreement between "Domnus Gauterius abbas" and the canons regarding the privileges of Autun Saint-Symphorien, including over property “ex parte Glanonensis potestatis[224]

 

3.         GAUTHIER de Glenne (-after Oct 1122).  “Walo Besortus” donated property to Autun, with the consent of “Walterius Glanonensis dominus”, by charter dated May 1112[225].  “Walterius domnus Glanonensis...” witnessed the charter dated Oct 1122 which records an agreement between the church of Autun and “Hugone de Verreriis” concerning Eschamp[226]

 

4.         HUGUES de Glenne (-after 1134).  “...Ugo de Glana...” witnessed the charter dated 1134 which recorded the restoration of land to Autun by “domnus Willelmus de Colongia vir felicis memoriæ tunc temporis Eduensis ecclesiæ cantor[227]

 

5.         ROBERT de Glenne (-after 28 Nov 1138).  “...Robertus de Glanna...” witnessed the charter dated 28 Nov 1138 under which “Gualterium Anselli filium de Duniviaco...” donated property to Autun[228]

 

6.         [BERNARD de Glenne (-after [1141/61]).  “...Bernardus de Glanna” witnessed the charter to [1141/61] under which “Hugonis dominus de Barnaeo” donated property to Autun[229].  It is possible that “Bernardus” in this document represents a mistranscription for “Renardus” and that Bernard was the same person as Renard de Glenne who is named below.] 

 

 

1.         RENARD de Glenne (-after 1178).  “Nobilis vir Renardus de Glana...et filio eius Poncio” donated property to Autun for maintaining a candle at the altar of Saint Nazaire by charter dated 1178[230]m ---.  The name of Renard’s wife is not known.  Renard & his wife had one child: 

a)         PONCE de Glenne .  “Nobilis vir Renardus de Glana...et filio eius Poncio” donated property to Autun for maintaining a candle at the altar of Saint Nazaire by charter dated 1178[231]m ---.  The name of Ponce’s wife is not known.  Ponce & his wife had one child: 

i)          ALIX de Glenne (-after 28 Jul 1228).  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by a charter dated 1220 which records an agreement between the bishop of Lyon and "Arthaudum de Rossillione" concerning "terra de Riviria pro dote uxoris suæ" and damage caused by "Pontius de Glana pater uxoris suæ", with the consent of "Arthaudo filio eiusdem Arthaudi"[232].  "Artaud" donated "les paquerages qu’ils possédaient à Montbreton" to the priory of Saint-Vallier, with the consent "de l’épouse d’Artaud Alix de Glane", by charter dated Jul 1223[233].  A charter dated 1227 records a peace treaty between "Arthaudum de Rossillon et eius filium" and "Girardum condam filium Poncii de Rossillon", with "dalphinus" reserving his rights "in Rossillon"[234].  “Giraud seigneur de Roussillon” confirmed a donation to the priory of Saint-Vallier, with the consent of “sa mère Alix”, by charter dated 28 Jul 1228[235].  m ([before 1200]) ARTAUD [III] Seigneur de Roussillon, son of --- (-after 1227). 

 

 

1.         ALIX de Glenne (-after Aug 1233).  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not been identified.  The chronology suggests that she was the not the same person as Alix de Glenne who married Artaud [III] Seigneur de Roussillon who is shown above.  Her inheritance of Glenne suggests that she belonged to a line of the family which was senior to that of the wife of Artaud de Roussillon.  Dame de la Roche-Milay et de Glenne.  "Aaliz domina Glane" donated property to the church of Autun, with the consent of "Odonis domini Castellionis filii mei", by charter dated Aug 1233[236]m (after 1220) as his second wife, EUDES [I] de Châtillon Seigneur de Châtillon-en-Bazois, son of --- de Châtillon[-en-Bazois] & his wife Elisabeth --- (-before 1233). 

 

 

 

D.      SEIGNEURS de SEMUR

 

 

The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur [en-Brionnais] is recorded in a mid-12th century genealogy preserved in the cartulary of Marcigny convent, although this only exists now in an 18th century French translation[237]

 

 

FREELAN de Chamelet, son of ---.  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Freelan de Chameliac de Chasteau Signon" as father of "Artauld, Joceran comte de Semur, Freelan abbé et Dalmace"[238]

m ---.  The name of Freelan's wife is not known. 

Freelan & his wife had seven children: 

1.         ARTAUD de Semur .  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names (in order) the brothers "Artauld, Joceran comte de Semur, Freelan abbé et Dalmace" sons of "Freelan de Chameliac de Chasteau Signon"[239]

2.         JOCERAN de Semur (-[992/94]).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names (in order) the brothers "Artauld, Joceran comte de Semur, Freelan abbé et Dalmace" sons of "Freelan de Chameliac de Chasteau Signon"[240].  He may be the same person as "miles nobilis Gauzerannus cognomento Bers de Sepmuro" whose donation is recalled by the abbot of Savigny in a [1128] charter, although this specifies that his successor was "Dalmacius"[241]Seigneur de Semurm [as her first husband,] RICHOARA, daughter of --- (-after 1 Aug 1000).  The genealogy of the Comtes de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Jaufrois…" as son of "Joceran et Richoare"[242].  A charter dated [1000] records a quarrel between "domnus abbas Hugo…Saviniacensis…[et] Gauzerannum fratrem suum" and the donation after the death of the latter by "coniux eius…Richoara…cum filio meo Artaldo"[243].  "Fredelandus, frater Gauzeranni, et uxor mea Richoara" donated property belonging to Joceran, in accordance with his testament, to Savigny by charter dated 1 Aug 1000, subscribed by "…Artaldi, Gauzfredi…"[244].  The unusual first name suggests that Richoara, widow of Joceran de Semur, was the same person who married [secondly] as his first wife, her first husband's brother Freelan de Semur.  If this is correct, the two subscribers named here may be have been two of her sons by her first marriage.  A charter dated to [1030] refers to property "in pago Lugdunensi in agro Forensi" previously owned by "mater mea Richoara" donated to Savigny by "Stephanus clericus"[245].  Joceran & his wife had three children: 

a)         GEOFFROY [I] de Semur (-[1020]).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Jaufrois…" as son of "Joceran et Richoare"[246].  He succeeded his father as Seigneur de Semur

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b)         ETIENNE de Semur (-[1030] or after).  "Stephanus clericus" donated property "in pago Lugdunensi in agro Forensi" previously owned by "mater mea Richoara" to Savigny with the consent of "frater meus Gaufredus…et nepos meus Dalmatius" by charter dated to [1030][247]

c)         ARTAUD de Semur .  A charter dated [1000] records a quarrel between "domnus abbas Hugo…Saviniacensis…[et] Gauzerannum fratrem suum" and the donation after the death of the latter by "coniux eius…Richoara…cum filio meo Artaldo"[248]

3.         FREELAN de Semur (-before [1030], bur Arnas en Beaujolais).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names (in order) the brothers "Artauld, Joceran comte de Semur, Freelan abbé et Dalmace" sons of "Freelan de Chameliac de Chasteau Signon"[249].  "Fredelandus, frater Gauzeranni, et uxor mea Richoara" donated property belonging to Joceran, in accordance with his testament, to Savigny by charter dated 1 Aug 1000[250].  "Filii Fredelanni, Hugo et Bernardus" founded the priory of Arnas en Beaujolais "in pago Lugdunensi in agro Valanse in villa…Arnacus", for the soul of "patris nostri Fredelanni" and for his place of burial, by undated charter which names "Adzelina abbatissa"[251].  He is called "Abbot" in the 12th century genealogy maybe conflating him with his brother Hugues.  m firstly [as her second husband, his sister-in-law] RICHOARA, [widow of JOCERAN de Semur,] daughter of --- (-after 1 Aug 1000).  "Fredelandus, frater Gauzeranni, et uxor mea Richoara" donated property belonging to Joceran, in accordance with his testament, to Savigny by charter dated 1 Aug 1000, subscribed by "…Artaldi, Gauzfredi…"[252].  The unusual first name suggests that Richoara, widow of Joceran de Semur, may have married secondly her deceased husband's brother.  m secondly ADELAIDE, daughter of ---.  "Fredelannus et uxor sua Aalaidus et filiorum eorum Berat" donated property to Cluny by charter dated to [998/1026][253]Freelan & his [first/second] wife had one child:

a)         HUGUES-FREELAN de Semur (-[1086]).  "Filii Fredelanni, Hugo et Bernardus" founded the priory of Arnas en Beaujolais "in pago Lugdunensi in agro Valanse in villa…Arnacus", for the soul of "patris nostri Fredelanni" and for his place of burial, by undated charter which names "Adzelina abbatissa"[254].  "Hugo Fredelannus" donated property to Savigny by charter dated Mar 1086 in the presence of "Tadalmodis uxoris meæ" and subscribed by "…Raymundis fratris eius…"[255].  The dating of this latter charter is suspect, as the foundation of Arnas recorded in the former charter must be dated to the reign of Rudolf III King of Burgundy (who died in 1032), in light of other related charters (see below under the aunt of Hugues-Freelan, Adelina).  m TADALMODE, daughter ---.  "Hugo Fredelannus" donated property to Savigny by charter dated Mar 1086 in the presence of "Tadalmodis uxoris meæ" and subscribed by "…Raymundis fratris eius…"[256].  Hugues-Freelan & his wife had one child: 

i)          BERARD de Semur .  "Berardus" donated property to Savigny by charter dated [1080] signed by "Berardi filii Hugonis Fredelanni"[257]

Freelan & his second wife had two children:

b)         BERARD de Semur .  "Adzelena abbatissa" donated property to Savigny for the soul of "fratris mei Fredelanni" by charter dated [1030], signed by "Rotbaldi fratris eius, Raimundi filii Fredelanni…Geraldi…comitis…"[258].   The charter which follows in the compilation records an agreement after the death of "Adzelenæ abbatissæ" between "Hugone et Berardo fratre eius" and the monks[259]"Fredelannus et uxor sua Aalaidus et filiorum eorum Berat" donated property to Cluny by charter dated to [998/1026][260]

c)         RAYMOND de Semur (-after [1086]).  "Filii Fredelanni, Hugo et Bernardus" founded the priory of Arnas en Beaujolais "in pago Lugdunensi in agro Valanse in villa…Arnacus", for the soul of "patris nostri Fredelanni" and for his place of burial, by undated charter which names "Adzelina abbatissa"[261].  "Adzelena abbatissa" donated property to Savigny for the soul of "fratris mei Fredelanni" by charter dated [1030], signed by "Rotbaldi fratris eius, Raimundi filii Fredelanni…Geraldi…comitis…"[262].   "Hugo Fredelannus" donated property to Savigny by charter dated Mar 1086 in the presence of "Tadalmodis uxoris meæ" and subscribed by "…Raymundis fratris eius…"[263].  The dating of this latter charter is suspect, as the foundation of Arnas recorded in the former charter must be dated to the reign of Rudolf III King of Burgundy (who died in 1032), in light of other related charters (see below under the aunt of Hugues-Freelan, Adelina). 

4.         ROBOLD de Semur .  "Adzelena abbatissa" donated property to Savigny for the soul of "fratris mei Fredelanni" by charter dated [1030], signed by "Rotbaldi fratris eius, Raimundi filii Fredelanni…Geraldi…comitis…"[264].  

5.         HUGUES de Semur .  Brother of Joceran and installed as Abbot of Savigny in 984. 

6.         DALMAS de Semur .  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names (in order) the brothers "Artauld, Joceran comte de Semur, Freelan abbé et Dalmace" sons of "Freelan de Chameliac de Chasteau Signon"[265]

7.         ADELINA de Semur .  "Filii Fredelanni, Hugo et Bernardus" founded the priory of Arnas en Beaujolais "in pago Lugdunensi in agro Valanse in villa…Arnacus", for the soul of "patris nostri Fredelanni" and for his place of burial, by undated charter which names "Adzelina abbatissa"[266].  "Adzelena abbatissa" donated property to Savigny for the soul of "fratris mei Fredelanni" by charter dated [1030], signed by "Rotbaldi fratris eius, Raimundi filii Fredelanni…Geraldi…comitis…"[267].   The charter which follows in the compilation records an agreement after the death of "Adzelenæ abbatissæ" between "Hugone et Berardo fratre eius" and the monks[268].  Abbess of Pélages. 

 

 

GEOFFROY [I] de Semur, son of JOCERAN de Semur & his wife Richoara --- (-[1020]).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Jaufrois…" as son of "Joceran et Richoare"[269].  1015.  He succeeded his father in [992/94] as Seigneur de Semur

m firstly --- de [Brioude], daughter of DALMAS [II] Vicomte [de Brioude] & his wife [Aldiarde ---] (-before 962).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Jaufrois qui eut la fille de Dalmas Vicomte de Briode" as son of "Joceran et Richoare"[270]

m secondly MATHILDE de Chalon Dame de Donzy, daughter of LAMBERT Comte de Chalon & his [second] wife Adelais --- (-before 1019).  "Gausfredus et uxor mea Mahaldis et filii mei Gausfredus, Herveus, Oddo, Tethbaldus, Lanbertus" donated property to Cluny by charter dated to [1015][271].  "Hugo episcopus Autisiodorensium" donated property to Cluny by charter dated 1019, which refers to the prior donation by "soror mea Maheldis et sponsus eius Gauzfredus"[272].  Her parentage and her marriage are confirmed by the charter of "Tetbaldus comes Cabilonensis" dated [1050] which names "Lamberti avi mei [et] Adheleydem comitissam aviam meam"[273].  It is unlikely that her marriage could have taken place much earlier than [990] considering the general chronology of the family, although this date is too inexact to include as her likely marriage date.  According to Bouchard, Mathilde is shown in the 12th century genealogy of the family as the first wife of Comte Geoffroy[274]

Geoffroy [I] & his first wife had two children:

1.         DALMAS [I] de Semur (-murdered 1048).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Dalmace" as son of "Jaufrois qui eut la fille de Dalmas Vicomte de Briode"[275].  He succeeded his father in [1020] as Seigneur de Semur

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2.         RENAUD de Semur (-1040 or after).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  m (1040) as her first husband, AELIS de Bar-sur-Aube, daughter and heiress of NOCHER [II] Comte de Bar-sur-Aube et de Vitry-en-Perthois & his wife --- (-11 Sep 1053).  The Acta Sanctorum commentary on the life of St Simon de Valois records that "Rodulpho (Simonis genitori)" married three wives, firstly "Adela, Nocheri Barrensis ad Albam comitis filia, Notheri comitis Suessionum neptis, Archardi proneptis" who had previously married "Rainaldum de Sinemuro, Rainardum comitem de Jooniaco, Rotgerium de Wangionis ripa"[276].  She married secondly ([1040/42], separated) Renard Comte de Joigny, thirdly ([1041/43], separated) as his second wife, Roger [I] avoué de Vignory, and fourthly ([1041/45]) as his first wife, Raoul [III] Comte de ValoisThe Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Adala" wife of "comitis Veromandie [error for Valois] Rodolfi" and mother of "Symonem et filiam…Adala", but does not give her origin[277].  "Symon comes Barrensium" donated property to the abbey of Molesme for the souls of "parentum suorum Radulfi…comitis et Walterii fratris suis et matris sue Adele" by undated charter, the entry stating that "Adelina comitissa" died "III Id Sep"[278]

Geoffroy [I] & his second wife had five children:

3.         GEOFFROY de Donzy (-1037).  "Gausfredus et uxor mea Mahaldis et filii mei Gausfredus, Herveus, Oddo, Tethbaldus, Lanbertus" donated property to Cluny by charter dated to [1015][279]

4.         HERVE de Donzy (-1055).  "Gausfredus et uxor mea Mahaldis et filii mei Gausfredus, Herveus, Oddo, Tethbaldus, Lanbertus" donated property to Cluny by charter dated to [1015][280]

-        SEIGNEURS de DONZY

5.         EUDES de Donzy .  "Gausfredus et uxor mea Mahaldis et filii mei Gausfredus, Herveus, Oddo, Tethbaldus, Lanbertus" donated property to Cluny by charter dated to [1015][281].  1037.   m ---.  The name of Eudes's wife is not known.  Eudes & his wife had one child: 

a)         GEOFFROY .  He is named in the chronicle of Saint-Germain as having attacked the monastery[282]

6.         THIBAUT de Semur (-Tolosa [1065]).  "Gausfredus et uxor mea Mahaldis et filii mei Gausfredus, Herveus, Oddo, Tethbaldus, Lanbertus" donated property to Cluny by charter dated to [1015][283].  His paternity is also deduced from the charter of "Gaufredus" dated [1054] which names "Tetbaldus comes avunculus ipsorum" (referring to Geoffroy and Dalmas, sons of Dalmas)[284]"Domnus Hugo comes Cabilonensium" donated property "in pago Augustudunensi in villa Martiniacensi" to Paray-le-Monial by undated charter subscribed by "Ottonis nepotis eius, Teudbaldi nepotis eius, Maltidis sororis eius"[285]He succeeded his maternal uncle in 1039 as Comte de Chalon

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7.         LAMBERT de Semur .  "Gausfredus et uxor mea Mahaldis et filii mei Gausfredus, Herveus, Oddo, Tethbaldus, Lanbertus" donated property to Cluny by charter dated to [1015][286]

 

 

DALMAS [I] de Semur, son of GEOFFROY [I] Seigneur de Semur & his first wife --- de Brioude (-murdered 1048).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Dalmace" as son of "Jaufrois qui eut la fille de Dalmas Vicomte de Briode"[287].  His paternity is deduced from the charter of "Gaufredus" dated [1054] which names "patris mei Dalmatii [et] avi Gausfredi" as well as "Tetbaldus comes avunculus ipsorum" (referring to Geoffroy and Dalmas, sons of this Dalmas)[288].  He succeeded his father in [1020] as Seigneur de Semur.  The Vita S Hugonis records that "Dux Burgundie, gener eius" killed the father of St Hugues (abbot of Cluny) by his own hand[289]

m ARAMBURGE, daughter of ---.  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Aremburge qui fut sœur du comte Tetbauld" as wife of "Dalmace"[290].  It is uncertain to whom this refers, but if it is Thibaut Comte de Chalon the entry is an error as he was her husband's brother.  A manuscript now lost records "Aremburgis de Vergy" as wife of "Dalmatii…de Sinemuro"[291].  "Gaufredus" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire for souls of "genitoris mei Dalmatii et genitricis meæ Aremburgis" by charter dated to [1055/80] which refers to "Cluniacensis monasterii ubi domnus Hugo frater meus præest"[292]

Dalmas [I] & his wife had nine children: 

1.         MATHILDE de Semur .  "Notes historiques sur le prieuré de Marcigny", included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire, name (in order) "sancti Hugonis abbatis Cluniacensis et Gaufredi Sinemurensis, Andræ levitæ, Joceranni et Dalmatii, et sororum eorundem…Materdis, Adalaidæ et Cecilæ atque Evellæ" as children of "Dalmatius"[293]same person as…? --- de Semur .  The origin of the wife of Guichard de Bourbon-Lancy is confirmed by the charter dated to [1098/1109] under which "Dalmacius Borbonensis" (this couple's son) donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire in which he names "avunculus meus domnus Hugo abbas Cluniacensis"[294].  Bouchard highlights that she is named as Mathilde only by Jean Richard in his study of the cartulary of Marcigny, not in the actual charters[295].  However, of the four daughters of Dalmas [I], the husbands of Adelaide and "Evella" [Hélie] are known from other sources, although it is not impossible that the wife of Guichard was the daughter named Cécile.  m GUICHARD Seigneur de Bourbon-Lancy, son of ANSEDEUS de Bourbon-Lancy & his wife --- (-after [1055/65]). 

2.         ADELAIDE de Semur .  "Notes historiques sur le prieuré de Marcigny", included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire, name (in order) "sancti Hugonis abbatis Cluniacensis et Gaufredi Sinemurensis, Andræ levitæ, Joceranni et Dalmatii, et sororum eorundem…Materdis, Adalaidæ et Cecilæ atque Evellæ" as children of "Dalmatius"[296].  "Gaufredus" confirmed the donations of property, including "omnia quæ Adeleidæ sorori meæ" gave "quando maritum accepit", to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire by charter dated to [1055/80][297].  "Adelaide autrefois espouse de Dalmasse de Chastel" donated property "que dom Geofroy mon frère de Semeur m'a donné" to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire by charter dated [1066?][298]m DALMAS de Châtel-Montagne, son of ---. 

3.         CECILE de Semur .  "Notes historiques sur le prieuré de Marcigny", included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire, name (in order) "sancti Hugonis abbatis Cluniacensis et Gaufredi Sinemurensis, Andræ levitæ, Joceranni et Dalmatii, et sororum eorundem…Materdis, Adalaidæ et Cecilæ atque Evellæ" as children of "Dalmatius"[299]

4.         HELIE ([1016]-Semur-en-Brionnais, Saône-et-Loire 22 Apr after 1055).  "Notes historiques sur le prieuré de Marcigny", included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire, name (in order) "sancti Hugonis abbatis Cluniacensis et Gaufredi Sinemurensis, Andræ levitæ, Joceranni et Dalmatii, et sororum eorundem…Materdis, Adalaidæ et Cecilæ atque Evellæ" as children of "Dalmatius"[300].  Her parentage is confirmed by the Vita S Hugonis, which records that "Dux Burgundie, gener eius" killed the father of St Hugues (abbot of Cluny) by his own hand[301].  The date of the marriage is deduced from the charter, dated to [1034], which is subscribed by "Roberti ducis et uxoris sue", under which "Gibuinus" confirmed a donation to Saint-Etienne de Dijon[302].  "Robertus dux Burgundionum" confirmed the possessions of Cluny by charter dated [1040] subscribed by "Ilie uxoris eius"[303]Robertus Burgundie dux” renounced rights “in villa...Gilliacus...” in favour of Saint-Germain-des-Prés by charter dated 22 Sep 1040, subscribed by “...Elie conjugis eius...[304]"Robertus…dux et rector inferioris Burgundiæ" donated property to Saint-Bénigne-de-Dijon by charter dated 1 Mar 1043 which names "Helie uxoris mee…"[305]Robertus dux Burgundiorum cum uxore mea Helia” donated “terram...Villare Bichet...in pago Belnensi” to Saint-Germain-des-Prés, with the consent of “filiorum nostrorum Hugonis et Henrici”, by charter dated to [1043/44][306]"Robertus dux et uxor sua Hylia" donated money to the church of Saint-Etienne de Dijon by undated charter[307]She was repudiated, presumably on grounds of consanguinity, before [1050] when Jean Abbot of Fécamp wrote to Pope Leo IX recording that "Tedbaldo comite et Burgundionum…duce R" had "abdicatis legitimi thori connumbiis" and had "in inhonestis et consanguinitate fœdatis thalamis"[308].  She became a nun as PETRONILLE after her repudiation[309].  The necrology of Auxerre cathedral records the death 22 Apr of "Helya uxor Rotberti ducis"[310].m ([1033], repudiated [1048]) as his first wife, ROBERT I Duke of Burgundy, son of ROBERT II "le Pieux" King of France & his third wife Constance d'Arles ([1007]-church of Fleury-sur-Ouche, Côte d’Or 18 Mar 1076, bur Saint-Seine-l’Abbaye, Côte d’Or). 

5.         GEOFFROY [II] de Semur (-[1070/80], bur Marcigny)The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "le prince Jaufrois et Hugues abbé de Cluny et plusieurs autres" as children of "Dalmace et Aremburge…"[311].  He succeeded his father as Seigneur de Semur

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6.         HUGUES de Semur (-1109).  The Vita S Hugonis names "Hugo natione Æduensis…Dalmatius pater eius…materque Aremburgis"[312].  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "le prince Jaufrois et Hugues abbé de Cluny et plusieurs autres" as children of "Dalmace et Aremburge…"[313].  "Hugo noster germanus…Andrea et Dalmatio fratribusque meis" are named in the charter of "Gaufredus" dated [1054][314].  Abbot of Cluny 1049.  "Gaufredus" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire for souls of "genitoris mei Dalmatii et genitricis meæ Aremburgis" by charter dated to [1055/80] which refers to "Cluniacensis monasterii ubi domnus Hugo frater meus præest"[315]

7.         ANDRE de Semur (-before [1070]).  "Notes historiques sur le prieuré de Marcigny", included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire, name (in order) "sancti Hugonis abbatis Cluniacensis et Gaufredi Sinemurensis, Andræ levitæ, Joceranni et Dalmatii, et sororum eorundem…Materdis, Adalaidæ et Cecilæ atque Evellæ" as children of "Dalmatius"[316].  "Hugo noster germanus…Andrea et Dalmatio fratribusque meis" are named in the charter of "Gaufredus" dated [1054][317].  "Jaufrois et mes fils Jaufrois et Hugues Dalmace" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire for the souls of "…mes frères André et Dalmace…" by charter dated to [1070][318]

8.         JOCERAN de Semur .  "Notes historiques sur le prieuré de Marcigny", included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire, name (in order) "sancti Hugonis abbatis Cluniacensis et Gaufredi Sinemurensis, Andræ levitæ, Joceranni et Dalmatii, et sororum eorundem…Materdis, Adalaidæ et Cecilæ atque Evellæ" as children of "Dalmatius"[319]

9.         DALMAS de Semur (-before [1070]).  "Notes historiques sur le prieuré de Marcigny", included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire, name (in order) "sancti Hugonis abbatis Cluniacensis et Gaufredi Sinemurensis, Andræ levitæ, Joceranni et Dalmatii, et sororum eorundem…Materdis, Adalaidæ et Cecilæ atque Evellæ" as children of "Dalmatius"[320].  "Gausfredus" names "Dalmacio fratre meo" and "Dalmacii patris mei" in a charter dated 1040[321].  "Gofredus" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire for the souls of "genitoris mei Dalmacii ac genitricis meæ Aremburgis" by charter dated to [1060] subscribed by "…Dalmatius frater eius…"[322].  "Jaufrois et mes fils Jaufrois et Hugues Dalmace" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire for the souls of "…mes frères André et Dalmace…" by charter dated to [1070][323].  "Dalmatius filius Aremburgis" made a donation to Cluny dated 1073[?][324].  Seigneur de Montaigu.  m ---.  The name of Dalmas's wife is not known.  Dalmas & his wife had three children: 

a)         RENAUD de Semur (-[1109]).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  Seigneur de Montagu. 

b)         HUGUES de Semur (-1136).  His biographer states that he was the son of Dalmas Seigneur de Montaigu and nephew of Hugues Abbot of Cluny[325]Bishop of Auxerre 1115. 

c)         ERMENGARDE de Semur .  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not been identified, although it is indicated by the charter dated 1102 in which [her paternal uncle] "frater Hugo…Cluniacensis abbas" noted the dispute between the abbey of Cluny and "cuiusdam iuvenis pronepotis nostri Gaufredi videlicet tercii…filius alterius Gaufredi nepotis nostri"[326].  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Ermengarde" as wife of "Gaufrois"[327].  "Gaufredus de Sinemuro" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire when becoming a monk "cum uxore mea…Ermengarde et uno filio ac duabus filiabus" by charter dated 1088 before 29 Aug[328].  She retired to Marcigny in 1088 with her husband.  m ([1072]) her first cousin, GEOFFROY [III] Seigneur de Semur, son of GEOFFROY [II] Seigneur de Semur & his wife Adelaide [de Guines] ([1045/50]-1123). 

 

 

GEOFFROY [II] de Semur, son of DALMAS [I] Seigneur de Semur & his wife Aremburge --- (-[1070/80], bur Marcigny).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "le prince Jaufrois et Hugues abbé de Cluny et plusieurs autres" as children of "Dalmace et Aremburge…"[329].  "Gausfredus" names "Dalmacio fratre meo" and "Dalmacii patris mei" in a charter dated 1040[330].  He succeeded his father as Seigneur de Semur.  "Gaufredus" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire for souls of "genitoris mei Dalmatii et genitricis meæ Aremburgis" by charter dated to [1055/80] which refers to "Cluniacensis monasterii ubi domnus Hugo frater meus præest"[331].  "Jaufrois et mes fils Jaufrois et Hugues Dalmace" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire for the souls of "mon père Dalmace, de ma mere Aremburge et de la mère de mes fils Jaufrois et Hugues nommée Adaleide et de mes frères André et Dalmace et de notre ayeule Richoare" by charter dated to [1070][332].  "Gauffredus" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire when he was about to become a monk with the consent of "filiorum eorum Gaufredi, Hugonis et Dalmacii" by charter dated to [after 1070][333].  His retirement to Cluny is shown by the charter dated 1102 of "frater Hugo…Cluniacensis abbas" who donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire "consiliante atque juvante germano nostro domno Gaufredo Sinemurensis postea vero monacho Cluniacensis"[334]

m ([1045/50]) ADELAIDE, daughter of Comte RENAUD & his wife --- (-before [1070], bur Marcigny).   The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Adeleide qui fut fille du comte Rainauld" as wife of "Jaufrois"[335].  If this is correct, she may have been Adelaide de Nevers, daughter of Renaud [I] Comte de Nevers & his wife Hedwige de France [Capet].  However, the Historia Comitum Ghisnensium names "Adelidem quoque Samurensem" as one of the children of "Balduinus [comes Ghisnensi]" & his wife, specifying that her marriage with "Samurensi domino Galfrido" was arranged by "Parisiensis episcopi Guiffredi, Boloniensis comitis Eustacii fratris" to whom she was "cognata et consanguinea"[336].  This would mean that she was Adelaide de Guines, daughter of Baudouin [I] Comte de Guines & his wife Adela [Christina] [of Holland].  Although the Historia contains many inaccuracies in its narrative of the earlier generations of the family of the Comtes de Guines, the precision of the text in relation to Adelaide does suggest some reliability.  On the other hand, the reference to Geoffroy de Boulogne (appointed Bishop of Paris in 1061) does not provide a perfect chronological match.  As seen below, the retirement of her son Geoffroy [III] to Marcigny with his wife and younger son is dated to 1088.  This would suggest that Geoffroy [IV], older son of Geoffroy [III], was old enough to assume the lordship at the time, indicating that he must have been born not later than [1070] at the latest.  His paternal grandparents are therefore unlikely to have married later than [1045/50].  In addition, the name Baudouin is not found among this couple's descendants, which would be expected if Adelaide had been the daughter of Baudouin Comte de Guines.  "Gaufredus" confirmed the donations of property, including "Brolium quod est in Lavaletta…dedit domina Adeleida pro spetura sua" with the support of "domino Gaufredo et filiis Gaufredi et Hugoni", to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire by charter dated to [1055/80][337].  "Jaufrois et mes fils Jaufrois et Hugues Dalmace" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire for the souls of "…la mère de mes fils Jaufrois et Hugues nommée Adaleide…" by charter dated to [1070][338].  Her place of burial is proved by the charter dated to [1070/80] of "Jauffrois fils de Jauffroi cy-devant seigneur de Semur" under which he donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire for the soul of "ma mère qui a été enterrée en ce monastère…"[339]

Geoffroy [II] & his wife had three children: 

1.         GEOFFROY [III] de Semur ([1045/50]-Marcigny 24 May 1123).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Jaufrois et Hugues-Dalmace" as children of "Jaufrois et Adeleide…"[340].  He succeeded his father as Seigneur de Semur

-        see below

2.         HUGUES-DALMAS de Semur (-after 1118).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Jaufrois et Hugues-Dalmace" as children of "Jaufrois et Adeleide…"[341].  Although the charter dated to [after 1070] under which "Gauffredus" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire names "filiorum eorum Gaufredi, Hugonis et Dalmacii"[342], other documents indicate that "Hugonis et Dalmacii" refers to a single person.  "Jauffrois fils de Jauffroi cy-devant seigneur de Semur" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire for the soul of "ma mère qui a été enterrée en ce monastère…" by charter dated to [1070/80] subscribed by "Hugues son frère"[343].  "Gaufredus de Sinemuro" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire when becoming a monk with the support of "fratre meo Hugone Dalmacii" by charter dated 1088 before 29 Aug[344].  He went to Jerusalem in 1118 and seems to have died on the journey[345]m ---.  The name of Hugues-Dalmas's wife is not known.  Hugues-Dalmas & his wife had one child: 

a)         HUGUES-DALMAS de Semur .  1113/1150.  "Hugo Dalmacius iunioris" renounced rights relating to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire by charter dated to the 1130s[346].  Seigneur de Marcilly-lès-Buxy.  m (1113) AUSSILIANT de Maymont Dame de'Oliergues-en-Auvergne, daughter of AYMON [I] Seigneur de Maymont & his wife Petronille ---.  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not been identified. 

-        FAMILY of DAMAS-en-FOREZ[347]

3.         LUCIE de Semur .  "Jaufrois…" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire for "ma fille nommée Lucie" when she entered the monastery by charter dated to [1070][348]

 

 

GEOFFROY [III] de Semur, son of GEOFFROY [II] Seigneur de Semur & his wife Adelaide [de Guines] ([1045/50]-Marcigny 24 May 1123).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Jaufrois et Hugues-Dalmace" as children of "Jaufrois et Adeleide…"[349].  The Historia Comitum Ghisnensium names "Galfridum" as son of "Samurensi domino Galfrido" and his wife[350].  His birth date range is estimated based on his son's estimated birth date.  He succeeded his father as Seigneur de Semur.  "Jauffrois fils de Jauffroi cy-devant seigneur de Semur" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire for the soul of "ma mère qui a été enterrée en ce monastère…" by charter dated to [1070/80][351].  "Gaufredus de Sinemuro" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire when becoming a monk "cum uxore mea…Ermengarde et uno filio ac duabus filiabus" by charter dated 1088 before 29 Aug[352].  He retired to Marcigny in 1088, with his wife and son Renaud and became prior. 

m ([1072]) his first cousin, ERMENGARDE de Semur, daughter of DALMAS de Semur Seigneur de Montagu & his wife ---.  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Ermengarde" as wife of "Gaufrois"[353].  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not been identified, although it is indicated by the charter dated 1102 in which [her paternal uncle] "frater Hugo…Cluniacensis abbas" noted the dispute between the abbey of Cluny and "cuiusdam iuvenis pronepotis nostri Gaufredi videlicet tercii…filius alterius Gaufredi nepotis nostri"[354].  "Gaufredus de Sinemuro" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire when becoming a monk "cum uxore mea…Ermengarde et uno filio ac duabus filiabus" by charter dated 1088 before 29 Aug[355].  She retired to Marcigny in 1088 with her husband. 

Geoffroy [III] & his wife had five children: 

1.         GEOFFROY [IV] de Semur ([1070] or before-before 1128).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Jaufrois et Rainauld…" as children of "Gaufrois et…Ermengarde"[356].  His birth date is estimated on the assumption that he was old enough to assume the lordship on the retirement of his father in 1088, assuming that the latter date is accurate.  He succeeded his father as Seigneur de Semur.  A dispute between the abbey of Cluny and "cuiusdam iuvenis pronepotis nostri Gaufredi videlicet tercii…filius alterius Gaufredi nepotis nostri" is recorded in the charter dated 1102 by "frater Hugo…Cluniacensis abbas"[357].  "Gaufredus de Sinemuro germanus domni Raynaldi Vizeliacensis abbatis" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire by charter dated to [1106/08][358]m MATHILDE, daughter of ---.  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "la comtesse Matilde" as wife of "Jaufrois"[359].  Another possibility is that the wife of Geoffroy [IV] may have been Adelaide de Guines, daughter of Baudouin [I] Comte de Guines & his wife Adela [Christina] [of Holland].  The Historia Comitum Ghisnensium names "Adelidem quoque Samurensem" as one of the children of "Balduinus [comes Ghisnensi]" & his wife, specifying that her marriage with "Samurensi domino Galfrido" was arranged by "Parisiensis episcopi Guiffredi, Boloniensis comitis Eustacii fratris" to whom she was "cognata et consanguinea"[360].  As mentioned above, the reference to Geoffroy de Boulogne (appointed Bishop of Paris in 1061, died 1095) is difficult to link chronologically with Geoffroy [II] Seigneur de Semur, whose wife's name is attested in other sources as Adelaide.  However, assuming that the marriage in question took place towards the end of the bishop's life, the chronology would fit with Seigneur Geoffroy [IV] being her husband.  Nevertheless, the absence of the name Baudouin among the couple's descendants points to this theory being incorrect.  Geoffroy [IV] & his wife had one child: 

a)         GEOFFROY [V] de Semur (-after 1150).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  He succeeded his father as Seigneur de Semurm (before 1128) EMMA, daughter of ---.  "Emma uxor Gaufredi nepotis mei" witnessed a charter at Marcigny-sur-Loire under which "Raynaldus Vizeliacensis abbas" noted various donations[361]

2.         RENAUD de Semur (-7 Aug 1129).  The genealogy of the Seigneurs de Semur, included in the cartulary of Marcigny-sur-Loire and dated to [1144], names "Jaufrois et Rainauld qui fut abbé de Vézelay et archévêque de Lion" as children of "Gaufrois et…Ermengarde"[362].  "Gaufredus de Sinemuro" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire when becoming a monk "cum uxore mea…Ermengarde et uno filio ac duabus filiabus" by charter dated 1088 before 29 Aug[363].  It is assumed that "uno filio" refers to Renaud.  He was abbot of Vézelay in 1106, until 1125.  "Gaufredus de Sinemuro germanus domni Raynaldi Vizeliacensis abbatis" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire by charter dated to [1106/08][364].  "Emma uxor Gaufredi nepotis mei" witnessed a charter at Marcigny-sur-Loire under which "Raynaldus Vizeliacensis abbas" noted various donations[365]Archbishop of Lyon in 1125[366]

3.         AELIS (-after 1088).  "Gaufredus de Sinemuro" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire when becoming a monk "cum uxore mea…Ermengarde et uno filio ac duabus filiabus" by charter dated 1088 before 29 Aug[367].  Nun 1088. 

4.         AGNES (-after 1088).  "Gaufredus de Sinemuro" donated property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire when becoming a monk "cum uxore mea…Ermengarde et uno filio ac duabus filiabus" by charter dated 1088 before 29 Aug[368].  Nun 1088. 

5.         CECILE (-after 1088).  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not been identified.  Nun 1088. 

 

 

1.         DALMAS [II] de Semur (-after [1168]).  “Dalmatius de Sinemuro” donated property to La Charité-sur-Loire by charter dated to [1168][369].  His parentage is not known, but it is possible that he was the son of Geoffroy [V] Seigneur de Semur.  m (before 1162) --- de Bourbon-Lancy, daughter of GUICHARD de Bourbon & his wife ---.  The primary source which confirms her origin and marriage has not been identified. 

 

 

Three brothers , their parents are not known, although the chronology suggests that they may have been children of Dalmas [II] de Semur, referred to above. 

1.         SIMON [I] de Semur (-in Palestine 1219).  “Simon dominus castri de Synemuro” made an agreement with the abbey of Autun Saint-Martin, confirmed by “ducissa uxor sua et frater eius Dalmatius”, by charter dated 1190 relating to property previously held by “dominus Gaufridus Dalmacii[370].  He succeeded as Seigneur de Semur, Seigneur de Luzy.  He took part in the Third Crusade in 1190[371].  "Domnus Symon de Sine Muro" donated property to la Ferté-sur-Grosne, before leaving for Jerusalem, with the consent of "uxor eius et Dalmatius frater suus", by charter dated 1190[372]m (1190 or before) MARIE de Bourgogne, daughter of EUDES III Duke of Burgundy & his second wife Alix Dame de Vergy (1175-after 1219).  “Simon dominus castri de Synemuro” made an agreement with the abbey of Autun Saint-Martin, confirmed by “ducissa uxor sua et frater eius Dalmatius”, by charter dated 1190 relating to property previously held by “dominus Gaufridus Dalmacii[373].  "Domnus Symon de Sine Muro" donated property to la Ferté-sur-Grosne, before leaving for Jerusalem, with the consent of "uxor eius et Dalmatius frater suus", by charter dated 1190[374]"Maria soror ducis Burgundie" confirmed donations to the abbey of Saint-Loque [Sept-Fons], made by "dominus Simon de Sinemuro maritus meus", by charter dated 1219[375]Simon [I] & his wife had one child: 

a)         DALMAS de Semur .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  1223. 

2.         DALMAS de Semur (-before 1226).  “Simon dominus castri de Synemuro” made an agreement with the abbey of Autun Saint-Martin, confirmed by “ducissa uxor sua et frater eius Dalmatius”, by charter dated 1190 relating to property previously held by “dominus Gaufridus Dalmacii[376].  "Domnus Symon de Sine Muro" donated property to la Ferté-sur-Grosne, before leaving for Jerusalem, with the consent of "uxor eius et Dalmatius frater suus", by charter dated 1190[377].  Seigneur de Luzy.  m ([after 1214]) as her second husband, BEATRIX de Vignory, widow of HENRI Grossus Seigneur de Brancion, daughter of BARTHELEMY Seigneur de Vignory & his wife Elvide de Brienne (-after 1228).  Her parentage and first marriage are confirmed by the charter dated Apr 1214, in which "Valterius dominus de Vagnoiri" witnessed the settlement of disputes between Cluny and "Jocerannum Grossum", at the request of "Joceranni Grossi nepotis mei"[378]The primary source which confirms her second marriage has not been identified.  "Beatrix Grossa domina de Osellis" confirmed the settlement agreed between "dominus Jocerannus filius noster" and Cluny by charter dated Jul 1224[379].  Dalmas & his wife had two children: 

a)         SIMON [II] de Luzy (-before 1247).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  Seigneur de Luzy.  m ([1240]) as her first husband, ISABELLE de Beaujeu, daughter of HUMBERT [V] Seigneur de Beaujeu & his wife Marguerite de Bâgé Dame de Miribel (-Jan or 22 Aug 1297).  "Guidonem comitem Forisiensem et Raynaudum de Forisio fratres" and "Humbertum dominum Bellijoci" agreed the dowry for the daughter of the latter "Elizabeth…relictam Simonis quondam domini de Luzi in uxorem Raynaudo supradicto" by charter dated Dec 1247[380].   "Humbertus dominus Belli Joci" names his daughters "Ysabellis…Sybilla…filius Byatricis filie mee…Margaritam", specifying that Isabelle was "nunc uxorem Raynaldi de Foresio" and would inherit if his son Guichard died without issue, in his testament dated Jul 12481699.  She married secondly (Feb or Nov 1247) Renaud [I] Comte de Forez.  She succeeded her brother in 1265 as Dame de Beaujeu.  The Anniversary Book of Notre-Dame de Beaujeu records the death "XI Kal Sep" of "domina Ysabella comitissa Forensis domina Bellijoci, soror domini Guichardi"[381]

b)         RENAUD de Luzy .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  1228/1248. 

3.         HUGUES de Luzy (-1203 or after).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  1203. 

 

 

 



[1] Einhardi Annales 782, MGH SS I, p. 163. 

[2] MGH DD Kar. 1, 110, p. 155. 

[3] Einhardi Annales 791, MGH SS I, p. 177. 

[4] Reproduced in Thomassy ‘Critique des deux chartes de Saint-Guillem-du-Désert', p. 179. 

[5] RHGF, Tome VIII, CLXIV, p. 566. 

[6] RHGF, Tome VIII, CLXIV, p. 566. 

[7] Reproduced in Thomassy 'Critique des deux chartes de Saint-Guillem-du-Désert', p. 179. 

[8] Flodoardus Remensis Historia Remensis Ecclesiæ III, XXVI, MGH SS XXXVI, p. 338. 

[9] Thegani Vita Hludowici Imperatoris 36, MGH SS II, p. 597. 

[10] Einhardi Annales 827, MGH SS I, p. 216. 

[11] Annales Fuldenses 829, MGH SS I, p. 360. 

[12] Nithard (2000), I.3, p. 131. 

[13] Annales Bertiniani 830, MGH SS I, p. 423. 

[14] Vita Hludowici Imperatoris 46 and 47, MGH SS II, pp. 634-5. 

[15] Vita Hludowici Imperatoris 50, MGH SS II, p. 637. 

[16] Annales Bertiniani 848 and 850, MGH SS I, pp. 443-5. 

[17] Annales Xantenses 844, MGH SS II, p. 227. 

[18] Annales Fuldensium Pars Secunda, auctore Euodolfo 844, MGH SS I, p. 364. 

[19] Manuel de Dhuoda, Introduction, 5, p. 52. 

[20] Annales Bertiniani III 868, footnote 1 naming "tertius Bernardus qui honoribus privatus fuerat 864 in conventu Pistensi filius erat Bernardus Septimaniæ ducis qui in 844 a Carolo Calvo occisus est". 

[21] Annales Bertiniani III 877. 

[22] Annales Fuldenses 880, cited in Bouchard (1987), p. 261. 

[23] Obituaires de Lyon I, Eglise primatiale de Lyon, footnote 2 identifying the entry with Bernard "Plantevelue". 

[24] Manuel de Dhuoda LXXII, p. 237. 

[25] Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire X, p. 24. 

[26] Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire XII, p. 28. 

[27] Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire XIII, p. 29. 

[28] RHGF, Tome VIII, CLXIV, p. 566. 

[29] Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire XXI, p. 49. 

[30] Annales Bertiniani II 844, "filii Etkardi comitis duo, item Eokardus, Guntardus et Richuinus comites". 

[31] Settipani (1993), p. 346. 

[32] Gingins-la-Sarra (1851), p. 41, n. 105. 

[33] Philipon, E. ‘Note sur la famille du roi Raoul’, Bibliothèque de l’école des chartes, Tome 60 (1899), p. 504. 

[34] Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire XXIV, p. 57. 

[35] Settipani (1993), p. 346, footnote 1047. 

[36] Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire XXV, p. 59. 

[37] Annales Bertiniani III 868, footnote 1 naming "Bernardus dux Gothiæ alterius Bernardi Cenomannensis filius". 

[38] Annales Bertiniani III 877. 

[39] Conventu Compendiensi IV, RHGF IX, p. 304. 

[40] Annales Bertiniani III 879, footnote 2 naming "Bernardus iste, alterius Bernardi et Bilichildis…filius, Gothæ marchionatu donatus fuerat 865 post Humfidum". 

[41] Gesta quorundam regum Francorum, pars tertia 880, MGH SS I, p. 394. 

[42] Karoli II Conventus Silvacensis, Missi…et pagi… 3, MGH LL 1, p. 426. 

[43] Annales Bertiniani 879. 

[44] Annales Bertiniani III 882. 

[45] RHGF, Tome IX, p. 418. 

[46] ES XIV 57. 

[47] Paray-le-Moniale 140, p. 68. 

[48] Paray-le-Moniale 140, p. 68. 

[49] Cluny, Tome IV, 3602, p. 760. 

[50] Paray-le-Moniale 107, p. 56. 

[51] Cluny, Tome IV, 3602, p. 760. 

[52] Paray-le-Moniale 140, p. 68. 

[53] Marcigny-sur-Loire 19, p. 19. 

[54] Marcigny-sur-Loire 285, p. 163. 

[55] Bouchard (1987), p. 360. 

[56] Marcigny-sur-Loire 2, p. 1. 

[57] Marcigny-sur-Loire 19, p. 19. 

[58] Marcigny-sur-Loire 285, p. 163. 

[59] Marcigny-sur-Loire 184, p. 108. 

[60] Marcigny-sur-Loire 184, p. 108. 

[61] Marcigny-sur-Loire 184, p. 108. 

[62] Marcigny-sur-Loire 184, p. 108. 

[63] Marcigny-sur-Loire 19, p. 19. 

[64] ES XIV 57. 

[65] ES XIV 57. 

[66] Paray-le-Moniale 130, p. 65. 

[67] Paray-le-Moniale 115, p. 60. 

[68] Paray-le-Moniale 115, p. 60. 

[69] Paray-le-Moniale 130, p. 65. 

[70] Paray-le-Moniale 115, p. 60. 

[71] ES XIV 57. 

[72] Paray-le-Moniale 115, p. 60. 

[73] Paray-le-Moniale 45, p. 28. 

[74] Paray-le-Moniale 45, p. 28. 

[75] Paray-le-Moniale 45, p. 28. 

[76] ES XIV 58. 

[77] Autun (Evêché), CLXXIX, p. 189. 

[78] Autun (Evêché), CXXXVII, p. 140. 

[79] Autun (Evêché), CLXXXVIII, p. 199. 

[80] Autun (Evêché), LII, p. 61. 

[81] Autun (Charmasse), Tome I, CLXXVII, p. 316. 

[82] Autun (Charmasse), Tome I, CLXXVII, p. 316. 

[83] Autun (Charmasse), Tome I, CLXXVII, p. 316. 

[84] Autun (Charmasse), Tome I, CLXXVII, p. 316. 

[85] Autun (Charmasse), Tome I, CLXXVII, p. 316. 

[86] Autun (Evêché), CLXXXVIII, p. 199. 

[87] Autun (Charmasse), Tome I, CLXXVII, p. 316. 

[88] Autun (Charmasse), Tome I, CLXXVII, p. 316. 

[89] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 25. 

[90] Autun (Charmasse), Tome I, XXXIII, p. 54. 

[91] La Mure (1675/1868), Tome III, second part, Pièces supplémentaires, p. 28. 

[92] ES XIV 58. 

[93] ES XIV Literaturverzeichnis, second page, Tafel 58.  

[94] Auloy & Mouillebouche, pp. 25-6. 

[95] Hablot, L. ‘L’héraldique au service de l’histoire.  Les armoiries des bâtards à la fin du Moyen Âge, études de cas’, in Avignon, C. (2016) Bâtards et bâtardisess dans l’Europe médiévale et moderne (P. U. de Rennes), pp. 272-78, <https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-02169341>, limited view in Google Books (2 Jun 2021).  I am grateful to Thierry Le Hète for highlighting this document by email May 2021.  

[96] ES XIV 58. 

[97] ES XIV 58. 

[98] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 2, p. 51. 

[99] Autun (Evêché), CLXXIX, p. 189. 

[100] Autun (Evêché), XL, p. 278. 

[101] Autun (Evêché), LIV, p. 292. 

[102] Autun (Evêché), LX, p. 300. 

[103] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 30. 

[104] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 6, p. 53. 

[105] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 7, p. 53. 

[106] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 8, p. 53. 

[107] Duchesne (1625) Vergy, Preuves, p. 230. 

[108] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 10, p. 54. 

[109] ES XIV 58. 

[110] Autun (Evêché), LX, p. 300. 

[111] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 29, and ES XIV 58. 

[112] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 10, p. 54. 

[113] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 30, citing “ADCO, B 11 174”. 

[114] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 30, citing “ADCO, B 11 174”. 

[115] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 9, p. 54. 

[116] La Mure (1675/1868), Tome II, pp. 31-2, and Tome III, Preuves, 115, p. 158. 

[117] Barban (1885), p. 178. 

[118] Barban (1885), 365, p. 177. 

[119] Barban (1885), 366, p. 177. 

[120] ES XIV 58. 

[121] For example ES III.2 328, and Kerrebrouck (Bourbon), p. 54.  I am grateful to Jean-Thomas Bruel for highlighting this problem by email 9 Feb 2021. 

[122] Père Anselme, Tome I, pp. 300, 558. 

[123] <https://gw.geneanet.org/brogilos?lang=fr&n=de+bourbon&nz=bruel&p=jeannette&pz=philippe+jean+marie> (26 Feb 2021).  

[124] Marolles (1873), col. 172. 

[125] Froissart (Buchon) (1867), Tome I, p. 355, quoting Bouchet Annales d’Acquitaine, quarte partie, fo. XIV 1356. 

[126] Père Anselme, Tome I, p. 558. 

[127] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 32, citing “ADCO, B 10519”. 

[128] ES XIV 58. 

[129] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 32. 

[130] ES XIV 58. 

[131] Père Anselme, Tome I, p. 524 (no primary source citation reference). 

[132] Père Anselme, Tome I, p. 558. 

[133] Marolles (1873), col. 172. 

[134] Marolles (1873), col. 172. 

[135] Père Anselme, Tome I, pp. 558-9. 

[136] Père Anselme, Tome I, p. 524 (no primary source citation reference). 

[137] Père Anselme, Tome I, p. 558. 

[138] Père Anselme, Tome VII, p. 3. 

[139] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 33, citing “ADCO, B 2752, B 3569, fo. 21v”, and Petit, E. (1909) Histoire des ducs de Bourgogne de la maison de Valois. Philippe le Hardi 1363-1380 (Dijon, Nourry), pp. 209, 225 [not yet consulted]. 

[140] Père Anselme, Tome I, pp. 558-9. 

[141] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 33. 

[142] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 33. 

[143] Plancher (1748), Tome III, p. 471. 

[144] Père Anselme, Tome VII, p. 3. 

[145] ES XIII 156, ES XIV 58. 

[146] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 34. 

[147] Auloy & Mouillebouche, pp. 26, 34, citing Roy, C. ‘Inventaire des biens de Philippe de Bourbon seigneur de Montperroux (1491)’, Echos du passé, no. 57 (1986), pp. 10-32 [not consulted]. 

[148] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 38. 

[149] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 35, citing “AN, K 2 368, no. 11”. 

[150] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 11, p. 55. 

[151] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 12, p. 55. 

[152] Auloy & Mouillebouche, pp. 35-6. 

[153] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 35, citing Prosopographia curiæ Burgondicæ, nos. 557, 4342. 

[154] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 17, p. 57.  

[155] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 18, p. 57.  

[156] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 36, citing “BnF, dossiers bleus, 179 : 4670, fo. 73”. 

[157] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 15, p. 56. 

[158] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 36, citing “BnF, dossiers bleus, 179 : 4669, fo. 39”. 

[159] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 36. 

[160] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 11, p. 55. 

[161] ES XIV 58. 

[162] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 11, p. 55. 

[163] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 11, p. 55. 

[164] ES XIV 58. 

[165] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 11, p. 55. 

[166] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 11, p. 55. 

[167] Père Anselme, Tome VII, p. 4. 

[168] ES XIV 58. 

[169] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 33, citing Richard, J. ‘Les Bourbons de la région de l’Arroux et du Val de Loire autunois, XIII-XV siècle’, Mémoires de la Société éduenne, Tome LI (1967), pp. 97-113, 105 note 33, and Caron, M. T. (1987) La noblesse dans le duché de Bourgogne 1315-1477 (Lille PUL), pp. 79, 80, 177 [not consulted]. 

[170] ES XIV 58. 

[171] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 33, citing Richard ‘Les Bourbons de l’Arroux’ (1967), pp. 97-113, 105 note 33, and Caron (1987), pp. 79, 80, 177 [not consulted]. 

[172] ES XIV 58. 

[173] Père Anselme, Tome VII, p. 4. 

[174] ES XIV 58. 

[175] ES XIV 58. 

[176] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 7, p. 53. 

[177] ES XIV 58. 

[178] Huillard-Bréholles, Tome I (1867), 2714, p. 470. 

[179] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 38. 

[180] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 18, p. 57.  

[181] Auloy & Mouillebouche, Pièces justificatives, 17, p. 57.  

[182] Auloy & Mouillebouche, p. 38. 

[183] Auloy & Mouillebouche, pp. 38-46. 

[184] I am grateful to Marcellin Babey for drawing my attention to this distinction, by email 6 Dec 2020. 

[185] Dijon Saint-Bénigne II, 234, p. 30. 

[186] Dijon Saint-Bénigne II, 234, p. 30. 

[187] Cluny, Tome IV, 3067 and IV.3072, pp. 252-5. 

[188] Cluny, Tome III, 2022, p. 233. 

[189] Cluny, Tome IV, 3067 and IV.3072, pp. 252-5. 

[190] Cluny, Tome IV, 3575, p. 709. 

[191] Cluny, Tome V, 3827, p. 184. 

[192] Cluny, Tome IV, 3351, p. 447. 

[193] Cluny, Tome IV, 3067 and IV.3072, pp. 252-5. 

[194] Cluny, Tome V, 4001, p. 355. 

[195] Cluny, Tome V, 4001, p. 355. 

[196] La Ferté-sur-Grosne, 213, p. 176. 

[197] La Ferté-sur-Grosne, 229, p. 184. 

[198] La Ferté-sur-Grosne, 229, p. 184. 

[199] La Ferté-sur-Grosne, 229, p. 184. 

[200] La Ferté-sur-Grosne, 229, p. 184. 

[201] La Ferté-sur-Grosne, 229, p. 184. 

[202] La Ferté-sur-Grosne, 213, p. 176. 

[203] La Ferté-sur-Grosne, 213, p. 176. 

[204] La Ferté-sur-Grosne, 213, p. 176. 

[205] Cluny, Tome V, 4421, p. 792. 

[206] Cluny, Tome V, 4423, p. 794. 

[207] Cluny, Tome VI, 4466, p. 21. 

[208] Cluny, Tome VI, 4525, p. 78. 

[209] Cluny, Tome VI, 4577, p. 118. 

[210] Cluny, Tome VI, 4734, p. 248. 

[211] Cluny, Tome VI, 4641, p. 174. 

[212] Cluny, Tome VI, 4734, p. 248. 

[213] Canat (1863), Tome I, p. 37. 

[214] Cluny, Tome VI, 4813, p. 317. 

[215] Cluny, Tome VI, 4734, p. 248. 

[216] Petit (1891), Vol. IV, 2442, p. 333. 

[217] Petit (1891), Vol. IV, 2443, p. 333. 

[218] Cluny, Tome VI, 4813, p. 317. 

[219] Cluny, Tome V, 4421, p. 792. 

[220] Cluny, Tome V, 4423, p. 794. 

[221] Cluny, Tome VI, 4577, p. 118. 

[222] Fyot ‘La Châtellenie de Glenne’ (1904), pp. 86-. 

[223] Autun (Charmasse), Vol. I, Part 1, XL, p. 62. 

[224] Autun Saint-Symphorien, 20, p. 47. 

[225] Autun (Charmasse), Vol. I, Part 2, IV, p. 89. 

[226] Autun (Charmasse), Vol. I, Part 2, VIII, p. 93. 

[227] Autun (Charmasse), Vol. I, Part 1, XXXIII, p. 54. 

[228] Autun (Charmasse), Vol. I, Part 2, X, p. 95. 

[229] Autun (Charmasse), Vol. I, Part 2, XII, p. 97. 

[230] Autun (Charmasse), Vol. I, Part 2, XXI, p. 108. 

[231] Autun (Charmasse), Vol. I, Part 2, XXI, p. 108. 

[232] Le Laboureur (1681), Tome II, p. 530. 

[233] Vachez ‘Recherches sur les Roussillon-Annonay’ (1895), p. 550, citing Fornans de la Robertière Généalogie de Roussillon (Manusc. de la Bibl. de Vienne). 

[234] Chevalier (1871), 328, p. 64. 

[235] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 6953, p. 197. 

[236] Autun (Charmasse), Vol. I, LXVIII, p. 147. 

[237] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[238] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[239] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[240] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[241] Savigny 915, p. 490.  Bouchard (1987), p. 357, suggests that the charter refers to Joceran's grandson. 

[242] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[243] Savigny 527, p. 268. 

[244] Savigny 435, p. 236. 

[245] Savigny 716, p. 369. 

[246] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[247] Savigny 716, p. 369. 

[248] Savigny 527, p. 268. 

[249] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[250] Savigny 435, p. 236. 

[251] La Mure (1675/1860), Tome III, Preuves, 8, p. 9. 

[252] Savigny 435, p. 236. 

[253] Cluny, Tome III, 2471, p. 550. 

[254] La Mure (1675/1860), Tome III, Preuves, 8, p. 9. 

[255] Savigny 756, p. 392. 

[256] Savigny 756, p. 392. 

[257] Savigny 770, p. 405. 

[258] Savigny 645, p. 324. 

[259] Savigny 646, p. 325. 

[260] Cluny, Tome III, 2471, p. 550. 

[261] La Mure (1675/1860), Tome III, Preuves, 8, p. 9. 

[262] Savigny 645, p. 324. 

[263] Savigny 756, p. 392. 

[264] Savigny 645, p. 324. 

[265] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[266] La Mure (1675/1860), Tome III, Preuves, 8, p. 9. 

[267] Savigny 645, p. 324. 

[268] Savigny 646, p. 325. 

[269] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[270] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[271] Cluny, Tome III, 2693, p. 721.   

[272] Cluny, Tome III, 2722, p. 745.   

[273] Cluny, Tome IV, 3341, p. 430. 

[274] Bouchard (1987), p. 359. 

[275] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[276] Acta Sanctorum, September VIII, p. 720. 

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

[278] Molesme II, 14, p. 21. 

[279] Cluny, Tome III, 2693, p. 721.   

[280] Cluny, Tome III, 2693, p. 721.   

[281] Cluny, Tome III, 2693, p. 721.   

[282] Bouchard (1987), p. 312. 

[283] Cluny, Tome III, 2693, p. 721.   

[284] Cluny, Tome IV, 3346, p. 442. 

[285] Paray-le-Monial 184, p. 91. 

[286] Cluny, Tome III, 2693, p. 721.   

[287] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[288] Cluny, Tome IV, 3346, p. 442. 

[289] Petit, Vol. I, p. 167 footnote 2, quoting Hildeberti Vita S Hugonis chap. 2, para. 9.  The relevant passage has not been found in Vita, auctore Hildeberto Cenomanensi Episcopo, Migne, J.-P. (ed.) Patrologiæ cursus completus, Series Latina, Vol. 159, cols. 859-894. 

[290] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[291] Cluny, Tome IV, p. 442, footnote 1, quoting a "note prise à Cluny sur un ms aujourd'hui perdu". 

[292] Marcigny-sur-Loire 3, p. 3. 

[293] Marcigny-sur-Loire 2, p. 1. 

[294] Marcigny-sur-Loire 285, p. 163. 

[295] Bouchard (1987), p. 360. 

[296] Marcigny-sur-Loire 2, p. 1. 

[297] Marcigny-sur-Loire 3, p. 3. 

[298] Marcigny-sur-Loire 280, p. 159. 

[299] Marcigny-sur-Loire 2, p. 1. 

[300] Marcigny-sur-Loire 2, p. 1. 

[301] Petit, Vol. I, p. 167 footnote 2, quoting Hildeberti Vita S Hugonis chap. 2, par. 9.  The relevant passage has not been found in Vita, auctore Hildeberto Cenomanensi Episcopo, Migne, J.-P. (ed.) Patrologiæ cursus completus, Series Latina, Vol. 159, cols. 859-894. 

[302] Petit 21, p. 362. 

[303] Cluny, Tome IV, 2949, p. 149. 

[304] Paris Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Tome I, LV, p. 87. 

[305] Dijon Saint-Bénigne II, 324, p. 104. 

[306] Paris Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Tome I, LVII, p. 87. 

[307] Dijon Saint-Etienne, [Tome I], 91, p. 108. 

[308] Bouchard (1987), p. 257, citing Migne, J.-P. (ed.) Patrologiæ cursus completus, Series Latina, Vol. 143, cols. 799-800. 

[309] Kerrebrouck (2000), p. 554. 

[310] Histoire d’Auxerre (1850), Tome IV, p. 13. 

[311] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[312] Hildeberti Vita S Hugonis Caput I, para. 1, Patrologia Latina, Vol. 159, col. 860. 

[313] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[314] Cluny, Tome IV, 3347, p. 443. 

[315] Marcigny-sur-Loire 3, p. 3. 

[316] Marcigny-sur-Loire 2, p. 1. 

[317] Cluny, Tome IV, 3347, p. 443. 

[318] Marcigny-sur-Loire 5, p. 6. 

[319] Marcigny-sur-Loire 2, p. 1. 

[320] Marcigny-sur-Loire 2, p. 1. 

[321] Cluny, Tome IV, 2940, p. 141. 

[322] Marcigny-sur-Loire 7, p. 8. 

[323] Marcigny-sur-Loire 5, p. 6. 

[324] Cluny, Tome IV, 3458, p. 567. 

[325] Bouchard (1987), p. 360. 

[326] Marcigny-sur-Loire 288, p. 165. 

[327] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[328] Marcigny-sur-Loire 15, p. 15. 

[329] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[330] Cluny, Tome IV, 2940, p. 141. 

[331] Marcigny-sur-Loire 3, p. 3. 

[332] Marcigny-sur-Loire 5, p. 6. 

[333] Marcigny-sur-Loire 9, p. 10. 

[334] Marcigny-sur-Loire 288, p. 165. 

[335] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[336] Historia Comitum Ghisnensium 25, MGH SS XXIV, p. 574. 

[337] Marcigny-sur-Loire 3, p. 3. 

[338] Marcigny-sur-Loire 5, p. 6. 

[339] Marcigny-sur-Loire 10, p. 11. 

[340] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[341] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[342] Marcigny-sur-Loire 9, p. 10. 

[343] Marcigny-sur-Loire 10, p. 11. 

[344] Marcigny-sur-Loire 15, p. 15. 

[345] Bouchard (1987), p. 360. 

[346] Marcigny-sur-Loire 301, p. 179. 

[347] ES X 144-149. 

[348] Marcigny-sur-Loire 6, p. 8. 

[349] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[350] Historia Comitum Ghisnensium 25, MGH SS XXIV, p. 574. 

[351] Marcigny-sur-Loire 10, p. 11. 

[352] Marcigny-sur-Loire 15, p. 15. 

[353] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[354] Marcigny-sur-Loire 288, p. 165. 

[355] Marcigny-sur-Loire 15, p. 15. 

[356] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[357] Marcigny-sur-Loire 288, p. 165. 

[358] Marcigny-sur-Loire 108, p. 78. 

[359] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[360] Historia Comitum Ghisnensium 25, MGH SS XXIV, p. 574. 

[361] Marcigny-sur-Loire 111, p. 81. 

[362] Marcigny-sur-Loire I, p. 1. 

[363] Marcigny-sur-Loire 15, p. 15. 

[364] Marcigny-sur-Loire 108, p. 78. 

[365] Marcigny-sur-Loire 111, p. 81. 

[366] Bouchard (1987), p. 361. 

[367] Marcigny-sur-Loire 15, p. 15. 

[368] Marcigny-sur-Loire 15, p. 15. 

[369] La Charité-sur-Loire XXXIII, p. 93. 

[370] Autun Saint-Martin 23, p. 49. 

[371] Kerrebrouck (2000), p. 572. 

[372] Petit, Vol. III, 845, p. 304. 

[373] Autun Saint-Martin 23, p. 49. 

[374] Petit, Vol. III, 845, p. 304. 

[375] Bibliotheca Sebusiana, Centuria I, XII, p. 48. 

[376] Autun Saint-Martin 23, p. 49. 

[377] Petit, Vol. III, 845, p. 304. 

[378] Cluny, Tome VI, 4478, p. 31. 

[379] Cluny, Tome VI, 4545, p. 94. 

[380] Spicilegium Tome III, p. 624. 

[381] Obituaires de Lyon II, Collégiale Notre-Dame de Beaujeu, Lièves des Anniversaires, p. 529.