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Chapter 1.                AIX. 2

A.         SEIGNEURS d'AIX.. 2

B.         SEIGNEURS de MONTMAUR.. 15

C.        SEIGNEURS de MEYRARGUES et de PUYRICARD (BAUX) 18

D.        SEIGNEURS de PONTEVES.. 28

E.         SEIGNEURS de TRETS.. 30

Chapter 2.                AVIGNON. 32

A.         VICOMTES d’AVIGNON.. 32

B.         VICOMTES de MEZOARGUES.. 34

C.        SABRAN.. 34

D.        VICOMTES de SISTERON, VICOMTES d’AVIGNON.. 43

Chapter 3.                CAVAILLAN. 56

A.         VICOMTES de CAVAILLAN.. 56

Chapter 4.                MARSEILLE. 59

A.         VICOMTES de MARSEILLE.. 59

B.         SEIGNEURS de BAUX, VICOMTES de BAUX.. 87

C.        SEIGNEURS de BERRE (BAUX) 100

D.        SEIGNEURS de FOS.. 103

E.         SEIGNEURS de MARIGNANE et de TREBILLANE (BAUX) 108

 

 

 

The present document shows the nobility in the south-western area of the county of Provence, centred on Aix and Marseille. 

 

 

 

Chapter 1.    AIX

 

 

 

A.      SEIGNEURS d'AIX

 

 

1.         HUGUES d'Aix (-after 1178).  m AMALBURGE, daughter of [CHATBERT Seigneur de Châteaudouble] & his wife Almodis ---.  Her parentage and her marriage are confirmed by the charter dated 1178 which records a donation to Léoncel by her mother "Aelmos uxor quondam Chatberti", and names "Amalburgis…predicte domine Aelmos filia…cum viro suo Hugone d’Ais…Chatbertus filius eiusdem Amalbergis…Rainauda filia predicte…Amalburgis et maritus eius Villelmus Artaudi"[1].  Two other charters in the same cartulary record donations by the same family: "Aelmudis et Chatberta filia eius" donated property to Léoncel by charter dated 1194[2].  "Aalmudis, Castri Duplicis [Châteaudouble] domina" donated property to Leóncel, for the souls of "Chatberto viro meo et filia mea Malberion", with the consent of "filii mei Arnaudi de Crest", by charter dated 1198[3].  Hugues & his wife had [two] children: 

a)         [CHATBERT [d’Aix] .  His parentage is indicated by the charter dated 1178 which records a donation to Léoncel by his mother "Aelmos uxor quondam Chatberti", and names "Amalburgis…predicte domine Aelmos filia…cum viro suo Hugone d’Ais…Chatbertus filius eiusdem Amalbergis…Rainauda filia predicte…Amalburgis et maritus eius Villelmus Artaudi"[4].  The document confirms that Amalburge was Chatbert’s mother but not that Hugues d’Aix was his father; maybe he was born from an earlier marriage of his mother.] 

b)         RAYMONDE d’Aix (-1239 after 21 Feb).  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the charter dated 1178 which records a donation to Léoncel by her maternal grandmother "Aelmos uxor quondam Chatberti", and names "Amalburgis…predicte domine Aelmos filia…cum viro suo Hugone d’Ais…Chatbertus filius eiusdem Amalbergis…Rainauda filia predicte…Amalburgis et maritus eius Villelmus Artaudi"[5]m (before 1178) GUILLAUME Artaud Seigneur d’Aix, son of HUGUES Seigneur d’Aix & his wife Roais de Die (-before 1239). 

 

 

1.         HUGUES d'Aix (-Sep 1211 or after)Seigneur d'AixHugo d’Ais” confirmed possessions of Durbon, confirmed by “Guillelmus Artaldi et Guigo Artaldi, cum consilio patris nostri Hugonis d’Ais” who noted earlier donations made by “avo nostro Ysoardo et avunculo nostro Petro Ysoardo”, by charter dated 1191[6]He retired to the Benedictine priory of Saint-Marcel de Die where he became a canon.  Jules Chevalier notes his donation in Sep 1211 on entering the priory[7]m (before 1176) ROAIS de Die, daughter of ISOARD [II] Comte de Die & his wife --- (-[1198]).  Heiress of the baronnie of Châtillon in Diois.  "Roais uxor Hugonis d'Ais filia Isoardi comitis" confirmed donations to Durbon made by "pater meus et frater meus Petrus Isoardi" by charter dated 1176[8].  Jules Chevalier suggests that Roais died vers l’année 1198”, without providing the reasoning on which he bases this suggestion[9]Hugues & his wife had two children: 

a)         GUILLAUME Artaud d'Aix (-[21 Feb/31 Dec] 1239)Hugo d’Ais” confirmed possessions of Durbon, confirmed by “Guillelmus Artaldi et Guigo Artaldi, cum consilio patris nostri Hugonis d’Ais” who noted earlier donations made by “avo nostro Ysoardo et avunculo nostro Petro Ysoardo”, by charter dated 1191[10]Seigneur d'Aix

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b)         GUIGUES Artaud d'Aix (-before 21 Oct 1205)Hugo d’Ais” confirmed possessions of Durbon, confirmed by “Guillelmus Artaldi et Guigo Artaldi, cum consilio patris nostri Hugonis d’Ais” who noted earlier donations made by “avo nostro Ysoardo et avunculo nostro Petro Ysoardo”, by charter dated 1191[11].  He presumably died before 21 Oct 1205, the date of the charter quoted below in which his son is named.  m as her first husband, ALMONDE de Mévouillon, daughter of RAYMOND [III] de Mévouillon & his wife Saure de Fay (-[10 Jun 1227/4 Mar 1230]).  Her first marriage is indicated by the following document: Aalmos sœur de Raymond de Mévouillon” sold “les châteaux de Jansac [Gensac] et de Barnave” to Bertrand Bishop of Dié, donated part of the purchase price for “son âme et son fils Hugues d’Aix”, and promised to obtain the consent of “son fils Rostaing de Sabran et de sa fille Aalais”, by charter dated 10 Jun 1227[12].  She married secondly ([1206]) as his second wife, Rostaing [III] de Sabran.  “Hugues d’Aix fils de Guigues Artaldi...son fils Ysoard” confirmed the donation made by “son aïeul de même nom que lui” to Saint-Marcel de Die, with the advice of “sa mère Aalmodis” by charter dated Jan 1212[13].  She sold the castles of Gensac and Barnave, inherited from her son Hugues, in 1227 to Bishop Bertrand d'Etoile[14].  Guigues Artaud & his wife had two children: 

i)          HUGUES d'Aix (-1223 or before).  "W Artaudi…et nepoti meo Hugoni Artaudi" recognised the rights of the Chartreux over certain territories by charter dated 21 Oct 1205, which also names "filius meus Ysoardus"[15].  “Hugues d’Aix fils de Guigues Artaldi...son fils Ysoard” confirmed the donation made by “son aïeul de même nom que lui” to Saint-Marcel de Die, with the advice of “sa mère Aalmodis” by charter dated Jan 1212[16].  Chevalier records that Hugues died before 1223, the date of a charter which records that his cousin Guillaume Artaud” inherited his properties, triggering a longstanding dispute with the bishop of Dié who claimed the property of the deceased[17].  This and other relevant charters relating to this dispute have not been identified.  [His mother] “Aalmos sœur de Raymond de Mévouillon” sold “les châteaux de Jansac [Gensac] et de Barnave” to Bertrand Bishop of Dié, donated part of the purchase price for “son âme et son fils Hugues d’Aix”, and promised to obtain the consent of “son fils Rostaing de Sabran et de sa fille Aalais”, by charter dated 10 Jun 1227[18].  m ---.  The name of Hugues’s wife is not known.  Hugues & his wife had one child: 

(a)       ISOARD d’Aix (-[Jan 1212/1223]).  “Hugues d’Aix fils de Guigues Artaldi...son fils Ysoard” confirmed the donation made by “son aïeul de même nom que lui” to Saint-Marcel de Die, with the advice of “sa mère Aalmodis” by charter dated Jan 1212[19].  Isoard presumably predeceased his father. 

ii)         ALIX d'Aix (-after 10 Jun 1227).  “Aalmos sœur de Raymond de Mévouillon” sold “les châteaux de Jansac [Gensac] et de Barnave” to Bertrand Bishop of Dié, donated part of the purchase price for “son âme et son fils Hugues d’Aix”, and promised to obtain the consent of “son fils Rostaing de Sabran et de sa fille Aalais”, by charter dated 10 Jun 1227[20].  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  m AGOUT de Sault, son of ---. 

 

 

GUILLAUME Artaud d'Aix, son of HUGUES Seigneur d’Aix & his wife Roais de Die (-[21 Feb/31 Dec] 1239)Hugo d’Ais” confirmed possessions of Durbon, confirmed by “Guillelmus Artaldi et Guigo Artaldi, cum consilio patris nostri Hugonis d’Ais” who noted earlier donations made by “avo nostro Ysoardo et avunculo nostro Petro Ysoardo”, by charter dated 1191[21]Seigneur d'Aix.  "W Artaudi…et nepoti meo Hugoni Artaudi" recognised the rights of the Chartreux over certain territories by charter dated 21 Oct 1205, which also names "filius meus Ysoardus"[22]W. Artaudi...filius meus Petrus Ysoardi” donated property to Durbon, with the consent of “filius meus Ysoardus”, by charter dated 20 May 1230[23].  Guillaume Artaud swore allegiance to the bishop of Die by charter dated 21 Feb 1239[24]He was named as deceased in his son’s 1239 charter cited below. 

m (before 1178) RAYMONDE d'Aix, daughter of HUGUES d'Aix & his wife Amalburge --- (-1239 after 21 Feb).  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the charter dated 1178 which records a donation to Léoncel by her maternal grandmother "Aelmos uxor quondam Chatberti", and names "Amalburgis…predicte domine Aelmos filia…cum viro suo Hugone d’Ais…Chatbertus filius eiusdem Amalbergis…Rainauda filia predicte…Amalburgis et maritus eius Villelmus Artaudi"[25]

Guillaume Artaud & his wife had three children: 

1.         ISOARD d'Aix (-after 11 Nov 1261)W. Artaudi...filius meus Petrus Ysoardi” donated property to Durbon, with the consent of “filius meus Ysoardus”, by charter dated 20 May 1230[26]Seigneur d'Aix.  He inherited the baronnie de Châtillon on the death of his father.  “Ysoardus filius domini Wi Artaldi quondam bone memorie” donated pasturage rights “in Devolodio...et...de Clusa...” by charter dated 1239, in the presence and with the consent of “domini Osasecha...filium...meum Raimundum[27]Isoardus d’Aix dominus de Chastellon” exchanged property with “Falca uxor quondam Poncii de Grimona...” by charter dated 23 Oct 1243, confirmed by “Raimundus de Montalban filius dom Ysoardi suprascripti” by charter dated 27 May 1244[28].  Isoard d’Aix donated “ses seigneuries de Montmaur, d’Aix...” to “Raymond de Montauban son fils” by charter dated 29 Mar [1248, redated to 1244 by Roman][29]"Isoard d'Aix Seigneur de Châtillon" granted the "châteaux de Châtillon, Ravel, Mensac, Treschenu…" to "Raymond de Baux I son gendre", appointing "son petit-fils Guillaume de Baux, fils de Raymond et de Malberjone sa fille" in case of invalidity of the grant, by charter dated 16 Aug 1246[30].  The result of this grant was the disinheritance of Isoard's son Raymond, the nomination of the substitute grantee presumably recognising the possibility that the intended grant may have been challenged by Raymond d'Aix on the grounds that it favoured a non-blood relative.  "Isoard d'Aix seigneur de Châtillon" increased the dowry of "Malberjone sa fille" by granting "tout ce qu’il avait donné à son fils Raymond de Montauban, qu’il déclare déshériter", for rebellion, to "Raymond de Baux I prince d’Orange" by charter dated 11 Nov 1261[31]Europäische Stammtafeln says that his testament is dated 11 Nov 1263[32], which presumably represents confusion with the 11 Nov 1261 charter.  m DRAGONETTE de Montauban, daughter of DRAGONET de Montauban & his second wife Vierne [de Baladun] (-after 2 May 1242).  The testament of “Dragonet [de Mondragon]”, dated 18 Jan 1231 (O.S.), named “sa fille Dragonette épouse d’Isoard d’Aix” and appointed “Dragonet de Montauban, fils de feu Raymond son fils” as universal heir[33].  The testament of “Dragonet de Mondragon”, dated 18 Jan 1235 (O.S.), bequeathed property to “sa fille Dragonette femme d’Isoard, son fils Guillaume de Baladun, nés de sa femme Vierna” and appointed as his universal heir “son petit-fils Dragonet de Montauban, enfant de feu son fils Raymond de Montauban[34].  "Isoard d'Aix Seigneur de Châtillon et Dragonette son épouse" granted dowry to "Malberjone leur fille", by charter dated 17 Jun 1239[35].  Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 2 May 1242 which records an arbitral settlement to end disputes between "Raymond de Baux I prince d'Orange" and "Dragonet de Montauban", which requires "Dragonette, fille de feu Dragonet de Montauban épouse d'Isoard d'Aix" and "Raymond de Montauban, et Malberjone épouse de Raymond de Baux, enfants d'Isoard d'Aix" to cede their rights in "les châteaux de Montjoux, Teyssières, la Bâtie de Pierre Roux, d'Aubres, Venterol, Noveysan, Rocheblave" to Dragonet[36].  Isoard & his wife had two children: 

a)         MALBERJONE d'Aix (-after 13 Sep 1307).  "Isoard d'Aix Seigneur de Châtillon et Dragonette son épouse" granted dowry, consisting of "les châteaux et seigneuries de Condorcet, Montjoux, Teyssières, Aubres, Venterol, Noveysan, Rocheblave, Marsanne", to "Raymond de Baux I prince d'Orange" and to "Malberjone leur fille", by charter dated 17 Jun 1239[37].  Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 2 May 1242 which records an arbitral settlement to end disputes between "Raymond de Baux I prince d'Orange" and "Dragonet de Montauban", which requires "Dragonette, fille de feu Dragonet de Montauban épouse d'Isoard d'Aix" and "Raymond de Montauban, et Malberjone épouse de Raymond de Baux, enfants d'Isoard d'Aix" to cede their rights in "les châteaux de Montjoux, Teyssières, la Bâtie de Pierre Roux, d'Aubres, Venterol, Noveysan, Rocheblave"[38].  "Isoard d'Aix seigneur de Châtillon" increased the dowry of "Malberjone sa fille" by granting "tout ce qu’il avait donné à son fils Raymond de Montauban, qu’il déclare déshériter", for rebellion, to "Raymond de Baux I prince d’Orange" by charter dated 11 Nov 1261[39].  The testament of "Raymond de Baux I prince d’Orange", dated 10 Apr 1281, named as executors “...son épouse Malberjone...”,[40]m (contract 17 Jun 1239) RAYMOND [I] de Baux Prince d'Orange, son of GUILLAUME [I] de Baux & his first wife Ermengarde de Mévouillon (-1282). 

b)         RAYMOND d'Aix (-[before 29 Mar 1281 or 21 Jul 1283]).  “Ysoardus filius domini Wi Artaldi quondam bone memorie” donated pasturage rights “in Devolodio...et...de Clusa...” by charter dated 1239, in the presence and with the consent of “domini Osasecha...filium...meum Raimundum[41].  He rebelled against his father and was disinherited by the latter in favour of his brother-in-law[42].  Seigneur de Montmaur. 

-        SEIGNEURS de MONTMAUR.

2.         PIERRE ISOARD d'Aix (-after 1265)W. Artaudi...filius meus Petrus Ysoardi” donated property to Durbon, with the consent of “filius meus Ysoardus”, by charter dated 20 May 1230[43]Seigneur d'Aix.  “Bertrand d’Agout dit de Mison” sold “le château de Recoubeau (Ricobello), tout ce qu’il possédait aux châteaux...de Menglon, Aix (Aysio) et Valdrôme, et dans le diocèse de Die” to “Pierre Ysoardi seigneur d’Aix” by charter dated 30 May 1241[44].  He succeeded his father in his possessions at Aix.  A treaty was agreed between Dauphin Guigues and “Bertrand de Mévouillon”, in the presence of “Pierre Isoard seigneur d’Aix et Osaséche seigneur de la Roche”, by charter dated 1250[45].  A charter dated 18 Feb 1263 (O.S.) records the settlement of a dispute between Pierre Isoard et Fromond de Bérenger, au nom de Sacristane sa femme” concerning la succession de Raimond Artaud”, Fromond receiving “tout ce qui était en Trièves et au diocèse de Grenoble...” and Pierre Isoard “...son droit aux châteaux de Miribel et de Buart et fief de Guigues de Torane...[46].  Pierre Isoard, having acquired part of the seigneurie de Sainte-Jalle, granted freedoms to its inhabitants by charter dated 1265[47]m (after 4 Jun 1237) as her first husband, SAURE de Mévouillon, daughter of RAYMOND [IV] "l'Ancien" Seigneur de Mévouillon & his wife Sibylle de Sabran (-after 30 Dec 1286, bur Avignon Dominicans).  “Raymond de Mévouillon major”, in his name and in the name of “son frère Raymondet le bossu (gibosi)”, clarified the obligations of the bourgeois du Buis, after the refusal of some to contribute “au mariage d’Aalmos fille de Raymond”, and established the payments due “lors de l’union des autres filles Aalys et Suarète”, by charter dated 4 Jun 1237[48].  “Raymond de Mévouillon frère novice des Prêcheurs” donated revenue, coming from his own income and that of “feue Sibylle sa femme”, to “sa fille Saure épouse de Pierre Isoard seigneur du château d’Aix” by charter dated 19 Oct 1256[49].  She married secondly as his second wife, her first husband's nephew Raymond d'Aix Seigneur de Montmaur.  Her second marriage is shown in Europäische Stammtafeln[50], but the primary source this marriage has not been identified.  Her nephew Raymond [VI] de Mévouillon sold the seigneurie de Sainte-Jalle to Saure and her daughter Sibylle in 1285[51].  The testament of “Saura de Medullione uxor quondam...Petri Izoardi domini Aysii, domina castri de Sancta Galla”, dated 30 Dec 1286, chose burial “in cimeterio Fratrum Prædictorum de Avenione”, requested “Sibilla filia mea” to make donations for her soul, bequeathed property to “filiis meis fratri Rodulpho et fratri Raymundo Gibosi et Amedæo et Izoardo et Philippæ filiæ meæ”, named “Marguaritæ filiæ meæ quondam”, appointed as executors “D. Raymundum de Medullione Medullionis dominum fratrem meum et fratrem Ciprianum, et fratrem Rodulfum filium meus Ordinis Prædictorum, et Sibillam filiam meam” with “frater Raymundus Gibosi filius meus de Ordine Prædicatorum” as substitute, and refers to a dispute with “Guillelmum Artaudi filium meum” regarding her dowry[52].  Pierre Isoard & his wife had eight children: 

a)         GUILLAUME Artaud [II] d'Aix (-[4 Jul 1300/23 Jan 1302])Seigneur d'Aix

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b)         RODOLPHE d'Aix (-after 30 Dec 1286).  Dominican monk.  The testament of “Saura de Medullione uxor quondam...Petri Izoardi domini Aysii, domina castri de Sancta Galla”, dated 30 Dec 1286, bequeathed property to “filiis meis fratri Rodulpho et fratri Raymundo Gibosi et Amedæo et Izoardo et Philippæ filiæ meæ”, appointed as executors “...fratrem Rodulfum filium meus Ordinis Prædictorum...” with “frater Raymundus Gibosi filius meus de Ordine Prædicatorum” as substitute[53]

c)         RAYMOND ARTAUD d'Aix "le Bossu" (-after 30 Dec 1286).  Dominican monk.  The testament of “Saura de Medullione uxor quondam...Petri Izoardi domini Aysii, domina castri de Sancta Galla”, dated 30 Dec 1286, bequeathed property to “filiis meis fratri Rodulpho et fratri Raymundo Gibosi et Amedæo et Izoardo et Philippæ filiæ meæ”, appointed as executors “...fratrem Rodulfum filium meus Ordinis Prædictorum...” with “frater Raymundus Gibosi filius meus de Ordine Prædicatorum” as substitute[54]

d)         AMEDEE d'Aix (-after 30 Dec 1286).  The testament of “Saura de Medullione uxor quondam...Petri Izoardi domini Aysii, domina castri de Sancta Galla”, dated 30 Dec 1286, bequeathed property to “filiis meis fratri Rodulpho et fratri Raymundo Gibosi et Amedæo et Izoardo et Philippæ filiæ meæ[55]

e)         ISOARD d'Aix (-after 1308).  The testament of “Saura de Medullione uxor quondam...Petri Izoardi domini Aysii, domina castri de Sancta Galla”, dated 30 Dec 1286, bequeathed property to “filiis meis fratri Rodulpho et fratri Raymundo Gibosi et Amedæo et Izoardo et Philippæ filiæ meæ[56].  Doyen of Die.  1286/1308. 

f)          MARGUERITE d'Aix (-before 30 Dec 1286).  The testament of “Saura de Medullione uxor quondam...Petri Izoardi domini Aysii, domina castri de Sancta Galla”, dated 30 Dec 1286, named “Marguaritæ filiæ meæ quondam[57]

g)         PHILIPPA d'Aix (-after 30 Dec 1286).  The testament of “Saura de Medullione uxor quondam...Petri Izoardi domini Aysii, domina castri de Sancta Galla”, dated 30 Dec 1286, bequeathed property to “filiis meis fratri Rodulpho et fratri Raymundo Gibosi et Amedæo et Izoardo et Philippæ filiæ meæ[58]

h)         SIBYLLE d'Aix ([1255/60?]-after 4 May 1331).  The testament of “Saura de Medullione uxor quondam...Petri Izoardi domini Aysii, domina castri de Sancta Galla”, dated 30 Dec 1286, requested “Sibilla filia mea” to make donations for her soul, appointed as executors “...et Sibillam filiam meam[59].  Her family origin is indicated and her marriage confirmed by the following document: the testament of "Odo Alamandi dominus de Campis", dated 5 Jul 1292, made bequests to "uxori meæ Sibillæ de Aquis dominæ de Sancta Galla...[60].  A charter dated 3 Feb 1297 records the emancipation of "Humberto Dalphino Vienn. et Albon. comite dominoque de Turre…Hugone eius filio" and the grant to him of "castrum Montis-Bonoudi" held in fee by "Gileti Alamandi filii quondam Odonis Alamandi et filii Sibillæ d’Ays uxoris quondam dict. Odonis"[61].  Dame de Sainte-Jalle.  “Jean des Granges, fils de Jean la Balme” acknowledged holding “le fief des Granges“ from “Sibille d’Aix veuve d’Odon Alleman, agissant comme tutrice de son fils Gilet Alleman” by charter dated 23 Jun 1293[62].  A charter dated 20 and 24 Aug 1320 records an agreement between “Sibylle d’Aix dame en partie de Ste-Jalle et son fils noble Gilet Alleman” and “Jean de Sahune (Ancezune) coseigneur de Ste-Jalle” concerning the location of fairs at Sainte-Jalle[63].  A charter dated 1 Aug 1321 records the arbitral decision concerning a dispute between “Sibylle d’Aix et son fils Gilet Alleman” and “Jean de Sahune (Ancezune)” concerning the rights over “la seigneurie de Ste-Jalle[64].  A charter dated 4 May 1331 records an agreement between Sibylle d’Aix veuve du seigneur de Ste-Jalle et Gillet Allemand son fils” and “Jean de Sahune” concerning “la dot de Saure fille de Sibylle et épouse de Jean[65]m (after 30 Dec 1286) as his third wife, EUDES [Odon] [III] Alamandi Seigneur de Champ, son of GUIGUES [I] Alamandi Seigneur de Champ & his [first] wife --- ([1225/30?]-[8 Jul 1292/23 Jun 1293]).   

3.         --- d’Aix .  “Osassèche seigneur de la Roche-des-Arnauds fils de feu Arnaud Flotte” acknowledged receipt of the dowry “de sa femme fille de Guillaume Arthaud seigneur d’Aix” by charter dated 10 Jul 1217[66].  m (before 10 Jul 1217) --- “Ossassica” Seigneur de la Roche-des-Arnauds, son of ARNAUD Flotte & his wife ---.  A treaty was agreed between Dauphin Guigues and “Bertrand de Mévouillon”, in the presence of “Pierre Isoard seigneur d’Aix et Osaséche seigneur de la Roche”, by charter dated 1250[67].  A charter dated 7 Aug 1268 records that Raymond Osasicca” had donated property to the Templars by charter sealed by “nobles Guillaume Artaudi et Osasicca seigneur de la Roche-des-Arnauds”, that “Arnaud Flota seigneur du château de Boulc, fils et héritier de Raymond” clarified the donation with the consent of “ses neveux Mayfred, fils de son frère Raymbaud, majeur de 14 ans, Arnaud de Montbrand et son fils à lui Raymbaud[68]

 

 

The following reconstruction is based mainly on the table in Europäische Stammtafeln[69].  The primary sources which confirm the information have not been identified, unless otherwise stated below. 

 

GUILLAUME Artaud [II] d'Aix, son of PIERRE ISOARD Seigneur d’Aix & his wife Saure de Mévouillon (-[4 Jul 1300/23 Jan 1302])Seigneur d'Aix.  Seigneur de Montclar 1263.  Dauphin Guigues granted “castra de Monteclaro et de Veronna” to “Flota filia quondam Aymari de Cassenatico et Guillelmus Arthaudi maritus eius et Petrus Ysoardi pater eiusdem Guillelmi”, in exchange for their rights in “castra de Cassenatico et de Yserono...ex causa successionis quondam dicti Aymari de Cassenatico patris mei Flote et Johannis de Cassenatico quondam, patrui meui Flote”, by charter dated 17 Jun 1263[70].  The testament of “Saura de Medullione uxor quondam...Petri Izoardi domini Aysii, domina castri de Sancta Galla”, dated 30 Dec 1286, refers to a dispute with “Guillelmum Artaudi filium meum” regarding her dowry[71].  “Raymundus de Medullione junior filius emancipatus” exchanged “castrum de Rupe supra Buxum...castrorum de Rocheta aupra Sanctum Albanum et de Alausone” with “Guillelmo Artaudi domino de Ays et Flote conjugibus” for “castro de Monteclaro...” by charter dated 1298[72].  The 4 Feb 1300 charter quoted below indicates that Guillaume Artaud distributed his properties to his sons before he died.  Europäische Stammtafeln dates his death as shown above[73]

m (before 1255, Papal dispensation 4o 20 Mar 1255) FLOTTE de Sassenage, daughter of AYMAR [V] de Sassenage & his wife --- (-after 28 Sep 1298, bur Die Franciscan church).  Pope Alexander IV granted dispensation for the marriage of “Guillelmum Artaldi” and “Flottam natam quondam Ademari de Chassanatico”, despite their 4o consanguinity, dated 20 Mar 1255[74].  Insufficient information is available concerning Flotte’s ancestry to trace the family relationship between the couple.  Dauphin Guigues granted “castra de Monteclaro et de Veronna” to “Flota filia quondam Aymari de Cassenatico et Guillelmus Arthaudi maritus eius et Petrus Ysoardi pater eiusdem Guillelmi”, in exchange for their rights in “castra de Cassenatico et de Yserono...ex causa successionis quondam dicti Aymari de Cassenatico patris mei Flote et Johannis de Cassenatico quondam, patrui meui Flote”, by charter dated 17 Jun 1263[75]A charter dated 9 Jul 1294 records an agreement between Jean Bishop of Valence and Die and Guillaume Artaud seigneur d’Aix et son épouse Flotte” concerning rights over “la ville de Montclar cédée au prélat par le prieur de St. Maurice de Die”, arbitrated by “Didier de Sassenage beau-frère de Guillaume[76].  “Flotte épouse de Guillaume Artaid seigneur d’Aix” confirmed receiving payments from “Adémar de Poitiers comte de Valentinois”, owed by “Raymond de Mévouillon” relating to the exchange of “[le] château de Montclar contre celui de la Roche-sur-Buis”, by charter dated 13 Sep 1298[77].  “Raymundus de Medullione junior filius emancipatus” exchanged “castrum de Rupe supra Buxum...castrorum de Rocheta aupra Sanctum Albanum et de Alausone” with “Guillelmo Artaudi domino de Ays et Flote conjugibus” for “castro de Monteclaro...” by charter dated 1298[78]Charles II King of Sicily confirmed that Raymond de Mévouillon le jeune” had received payment from “Adémar de Poitiers comte de Valentinois”, noting an amount “données à Flotte et...à son fils Pierre Isoard”, by charter dated 22 Sep 1298[79].  “Flota uxor Guillelmi Artaudi domini d’Ays, domina castri de la Rocha supra Buxum” received payment from “domino Aymaro de Pictavia comite Valentino” relating to the previous property transactions by charter dated 28 Sep 1298[80].  Her place of burial is confirmed by the 4 Dec 1334 testament of her son Pierre Isoard. 

Guillaume Artaud [II] & his wife had children: 

1.         PIERRE Isoard [II] d’Aix (-after 4 Dec 1334, bur Die Franciscan church)Seigneur d’Aix.  “Hugo de Aysio domino de Bellagarda” confirmed holding “castrum de Bellegarda” in fief from “Petro Ysoardi domino d’Ays fratre suo” by charter dated 4 Feb 1300[81].  The testament of “Pierre Isoard chevalier seigneur d’Aix fils de Guillaume Artaud et de Flotte de Sassenage”, dated 4 Dec 1334, requested burial “dans l’église des frères Mineurs de Die, en la tombe de sa mère Flotte”, ordered masses for “sa femme Alise”, bequeathed property to “2 nièces religieuses, filles de son frère Hugues d’Aix”, acknowledged receiving “la dot de sa femme Cécile et lui laisse le château de Beaumont”, stating that “n’ayant pas d’enfant” he named “son neveu Guillaume Arnaud chevalier seigneur de Bellegarde” as his universal heir” and renewed the substitutions in the testament of “son père Guillaume Artaud seigneur d’Aix[82]m firstly ALIX, daughter of ---.  The testament of “Pierre Isoard chevalier seigneur d’Aix fils de Guillaume Artaud et de Flotte de Sassenage”, dated 4 Dec 1334, ordered masses for “sa femme Alise[83]m secondly as her first husband, CECILE d’Uzès, daughter of ROBERT [I] Vicomte d’Uzès & his first wife Douceline de Sabran (-after 17 Feb 1337).  The testament of “Pierre Isoard chevalier seigneur d’Aix fils de Guillaume Artaud et de Flotte de Sassenage”, dated 4 Dec 1334, acknowledged receiving “la dot de sa femme Cécile et lui laisse le château de Beaumont[84].  She married secondly Bertrand de Budos Seigneur de Montclus. 

2.         HUGUES d’Aix (-[19 Aug 1317/1320]).  His parentage is confirmed by the 4 Dec 1334 testament of his brother Pierre Isoard [II], quoted above.  Seigneur de Bellegarde.  “Hugo de Aysio domino de Bellagarda” confirmed holding “castrum de Bellegarda” in fief from “Petro Ysoardi domino d’Ays fratre suo” by charter dated 4 Feb 1300[85].  “Hugo de Asio dnus Belle Garde...nobilis Alisie uxoris d. Hugonis filieque quondam d. Gaufridi de Castro Novo” sold “castrum de Coms et villam de Orcinacio et...quam habebat...dicta Alisia...apud castrum de Bordellis...” to Aymar [IV] Comte de Valentinois by charter dated 19 Aug 1317[86].  Hugues presumably died before 1320 when his son was named as seigneur de Bellegarde as noted below.  m (1291) ALIX de Châteauneuf, daughter of GEOFFROY de Châteauneuf & his wife Catherine de Bourdeaux (-after 3 Apr 1324).  “Hugo de Asio dnus Belle Garde...nobilis Alisie uxoris d. Hugonis filieque quondam d. Gaufridi de Castro Novo” sold “castrum de Coms et villam de Orcinacio et...quam habebat...dicta Alisia...apud castrum de Bordellis...” to Aymar [IV] Comte de Valentinois by charter dated 19 Aug 1317[87].  Hugues & his wife had five children: 

a)         GUILLAUME Artaud [V] d’Aix (-[20 Jun 1340/9 Aug 1342]).  Seigneur de Bellegarde: Chevalier cites a charter dated 1320 in which Guillaume Artaud named a proxy as seigneur de Bellegarde[88].  The testament of “Pierre Isoard chevalier seigneur d’Aix fils de Guillaume Artaud et de Flotte de Sassenage”, dated 4 Dec 1334, stating that “n’ayant pas d’enfant” he named “son neveu Guillaume Arnaud chevalier seigneur de Bellegarde” as his universal heir, and renewed the substitutes in the testament of “son père Guillaume Artaud seigneur d’Aix[89]Seigneur d’Aixm (before 3 Apr 1326) MABILE de Montauban, daughter of RAYNAUD [I] de Montauban Seigneur de Montmaur & his wife ---.  The testament of Raymond bequeathed “la seigneurie de Montmaur” to “sa sœur Mabile de Montauban épouse de Guillaume Artaud seigneur d’Aix”, on condition that their children adopted the name and arms of Montauban[90].  Guillaume Artaud [V] & his wife had two children: 

i)          GUILLAUME Artaud [VI] d’Aix (-[2 Mar 1374/4 Mar 1376], bur Die Franciscan church).  Seigneur d’Aix et de Bellegarde.  ...Guillaume Ataud sgr d’Aix...” are named as guarantors in the 8 Jan 1350 (O.S.?) marriage contract of “Henry fils de feu Jean Allemand chev. dit le jeune[91]The testament of Guillaume Artaud, dated 2 Mar 1373 (O.S.), chose burial “dans l’église de Frères Mineurs de Die[92].  He presumably died before 4 Mar 1376 when his son swore homage, as noted below.  m (before 11 Mar 1343) CATHERINE, daughter of ---.  Guillaume Artaud [VI] & his wife had children: 

(1)       GUIGUES Artaud [II] d’Aix (-before 27 Feb 1413)Seigneur d’Aix et de Bellegarde.  Guigues swore homage to the Dauphin by charters dated 4 Mar 1376, 28 Jan 1377 and 16 Oct 1388[93]m firstly BAUDETTE d’Anduze, daughter of BERMOND d’Anduze Seigneur de Saint-Martin & his second wife Beatrix de Roche-en-Regnier.  Chevalier records her parentage and marriage[94]Europäische Stammtafeln records her parentage and marriage[95]m secondly MARGUERITE de Montauban, daughter of ---.  Chevalier records her family origin and marriage[96].  Guigues Artaud [II] & his first wife had children: 

-         SEIGNEURS d’AIX, de la ROCHE-sur-le-BOIS, et de BELLEGARDE[97]

(2)       JACQUES d’Aix (-Aug 1399).  Bishop of Gap 1366. 

(3)       JEAN d’Aix (-before 1374).  m ---.  The name of Jean’s wife is not known.  Jean & his wife had one child: 

(a)       GONESSE .  Chevalier records her parentage[98]

(4)       HUGUES Artaud d’Aix (-after 8 Feb 1422, bur La Motte).  Seigneur de la Motte.  The testament of Hugues Artaud, dated 8 Feb 1422, chose burial “dans l’église de la Motte[99]m ---.  The name of Hugues’s wife is not known.  Hugues & his wife had children: 

(a)       LOUIS d’Aix (-before 1422). 

(b)       GUILLAUME d’Aix (-before 1422).  

(c)       GAUTHIER d’Aix (-after 1427).  The testament of Gauthier is dated 1427[100]

(d)       JEAN d’Aix m MARIE de Sassenage, daughter of HENRI Bérenger Seigneur de Sassenage & his wife Huguette de la Tour.  The testament of “Henry...Seigneur de Sassenage”, dated 31 Jan 1350, bequeathed property to “Marie de Sassenage his daughter and to his posthumous children...Aymard de Sassenage his son...Albert de Sassenage his son...Huguette de la Tour his wife...[101].  Her marriage is shown in Europäische Stammtafeln[102].  The primary source which confirms the marriage has not been identified. 

(e)       CATHERINE d’Aix m RAYMOND de Montauban, son of ---. 

(5)       ELEONORE d’Aix .  m BAUDOUIN Eynard Seigneur de Chalancon, son of ---. 

(6)       CECILE d’Aix (-after 20 Nov 1382)Chorier records her parentage and marriage[103].  Chorier says that Jean Bérenger’s testament is dated 20 Nov 1382 and bequeathed property to his wife and his son [document not found][104].  Chorier indicates that Cécile’s husband was Jean Bérenger [II] but this appears incompatible with the chronology of the Aix family.  m JEAN [II] Bérenger Seigneur de Morges, son of JEAN [II] Bérenger Seigneur de Morges & his wife --- (-after 24 Jan 1387). 

(7)       MARGUERITE d’Aix .  Nun at Bouchet. 

ii)         daughter .  m GUILLAUME Oger, son of ---. 

b)         CATHERINE Artaud d’Aix (-[30 May 1372/25 Feb 1374]).  The testament of “Agout de Baux seigneur de Brantes et de Plaisians fils de Bertrand de Baux comte d’Avellin”, dated 9 May 1340, acknowledged having received dowry of "Catherine son épouse des mains de Guillaume Artaud son beau-frère" and bequeathed "à sa femme tous ses droits sur les châteaux de la Rochete et Alanson"[105].  “Catherine Artaud veuve d’Agout de Baux d’Avellin, seigneur de Brantes et Plaisians, et héritière des droits achetés par son mari des seigneurs de Sault sur la Roche-sur-Buis, et la seigneurie d’Alauzon” confirmed their privileges to her vassals by charter dated 14 Sep 1346[106]m (before 1 Aug 1321) AGOUT de Baux Seigneur de Caromb de Brantes et de Flaisians, son of BERTRAND de Baux Conte di Avellino & his second wife Agathe de Mévouillon (-[6 Jan/17 May] 1346). 

c)         BRIANDE d’Aix .  Dame de GlandagesAmalricus primogeniti...dom Aymerici...vicecomitis et domini Narbone, et Brianda de Aysio domina Glandanencis uxor et consors nostra” issued a proxy in favour of “Raymundum de Sancto Fereolo domicellum Diensis diocesis” by charter dated 12 Jun 1331[107].  “Amalricus de Narbona et doma Brianda de Asio eius consors, domini de Glandagio et de Lunis” confirmed the result of an arbitration led by their proxy “Raymundum de Sancto Ferriolo domicellum” by charter dated 10 Nov 1331[108]m (before 12 Jun 1331) as his first wife, AMALRIC [III] de Narbonne, son of AIMERY [V] Vicomte de Narbonne & his first wife Catherine de Poitiers-Valentinois (-Montpellier 8 Feb 1341, bur Narbonne Dominicans).  He succeeded his father in 1336 as Vicomte de Narbonne

d)         two daughters (-after 4 Dec 1334).  The testament of “Pierre Isoard chevalier seigneur d’Aix fils de Guillaume Artaud et de Flotte de Sassenage”, dated 4 Dec 1334, bequeathed property to “2 nièces religieuses, filles de son frère Hugues d’Aix[109]

3.         BEATRIX d’Aix .  Dame de la Roche-des-Arnauds.  Aymar [IV] de Poitiers Comte de Valentinois judged a dispute between “domine Beatrici de Asio domine Rupis Arnaudorum et Arnaudo Flote eius filio” by charter dated 14 Apr 1317[110]m (before 14 Apr 1297) OSSASECA Flotte, son of ---.  One child: 

a)         ARNAUD Flotte .  Aymar [IV] de Poitiers Comte de Valentinois judged a dispute between “domine Beatrici de Asio domine Rupis Arnaudorum et Arnaudo Flote eius filio” by charter dated 14 Apr 1317[111]

4.         BRIANDE d’Aix m ([1270]) as his first wife, ISNARD [IV] d’Entrevennes Seigneur de Sault, son of ISNARD [III] d’Entrevennes Seigneur de Sault & his wife Beatrix de Marseille (-after 17 Oct 1315).  . 

 

 

 

B.      SEIGNEURS de MONTMAUR

 

 

Montmaur is located adjacent to La Roche-des-Arnauds, about 10 kilometres west of Gap, in the present-day French département of Hautes-Alpes, arrondissement Gap, canton Veynes.  The following reconstruction is based mainly on the table in Europäische Stammtafeln[112].  The primary sources which confirm the information have not been identified, unless otherwise stated below. 

 

 

RAYMOND d'Aix, son of ISOARD Seigneur d’Aix & his wife Dragonette de Montauban (-[5 Feb 1280/29 Mar 1281] or 21 Jul 1283).  “Ysoardus filius domini Wi Artaldi quondam bone memorie” donated pasturage rights “in Devolodio...et...de Clusa...” by charter dated 1239, in the presence and with the consent of “domini Osasecha...filium...meum Raimundum[113].  His parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 2 May 1242 which records an arbitral settlement to end disputes between "Raymond de Baux I prince d'Orange" and "Dragonet de Montauban", which requires "Dragonette, fille de feu Dragonet de Montauban épouse d'Isoard d'Aix" and "Raymond de Montauban, et Malberjone épouse de Raymond de Baux, enfants d'Isoard d'Aix" to cede their rights in "les châteaux de Montjoux, Teyssières, la Bâtie de Pierre Roux, d'Aubres, Venterol, Noveysan, Rocheblave"[114]Isoardus d’Aix dominus de Chastellon” exchanged property with “Falca uxor quondam Poncii de Grimona...” by charter dated 23 Oct 1243, confirmed by “Raimundus de Montalban filius dom Ysoardi suprascripti” by charter dated 27 May 1244[115]Seigneur de Montmaur: Isoard d’Aix donated “ses seigneuries de Montmaur, d’Aix...” to “Raymond de Montauban son fils” by charter dated 29 Mar [1248, redated to 1244 by Roman][116]"Isoard d'Aix seigneur de Châtillon" increased the dowry of "Malberjone sa fille" by granting "tout ce qu’il avait donné à son fils Raymond de Montauban, qu’il déclare déshériter", for rebellion, to "Raymond de Baux I prince d’Orange" by charter dated 11 Nov 1261[117].  "Raymond d’Agout seigneur du Luc" arbitrated disputes between "Raymond de Baux I prince d’Orange et Raymond de Montauban son beau-frère", awarding "les châteaux de Châtillon et de Condorcet" to the former and his wife, and "les châteaux de Montmaur et de Volvont" to the latter, by charter dated 16 Jun 1266[118].  Chevalier lists charters dated 1256, 17 Jul 1257, 1270, 12 Sep 1278 and 5 Feb 1279 (O.S.) in which Raymond is named[119]Europäische Stammtafeln records his death “after 21 Jul 1283”[120].  The primary source which confirms this date has not been identified, although it seems more likely that Raymond died before 29 Mar 1281, the date of the charter quoted below in which his two sons settled disputes with Durbon. 

m firstly MARGUERITE, daughter of ---.  Her marriage is shown in Europäische Stammtafeln[121].  The primary source which confirms the marriage has not been identified. 

m secondly as her second husband, SAURE de Mévouillon, widow of his uncle PIERRE ISOARD Seigneur d'Aix, daughter of RAYMOND [IV] "l'Ancien" Seigneur de Mévouillon & his wife Sibylle de Sabran (-after 30 Dec 1286).  “Raymond de Mévouillon frère novice des Prêcheurs” donated revenue, coming from his own income and that of “feue Sibylle sa femme”, to “sa fille Saure épouse de Pierre Isoard seigneur du château d’Aix” by charter dated 19 Oct 1256[122].  Her second marriage is shown in Europäische Stammtafeln[123], but the primary source this marriage has not been identified. 

Raymond & his first wife had three children: 

1.         RAYNAUD [I] de Montauban (-[1311/15]).  A charter dated 29 Mar 1281 records the submission to arbitration of a dispute between Guillaume “son frère Raynaud de Montauban” and Durbon[124]Seigneur de MontmaurChevalier lists charters dated 1287, 13 Jul 1292, 1294 and 1305 in which Raynaud is named[125]m ---.  The primary source which confirms the name of Raynaud’s wife has not been identified.  Raynaud [I] & his wife had four children: 

a)         RAYMOND [II] de Montauban (-[1338]).  Seigneur de MontmaurThe testament of Raymond bequeathed “la seigneurie de Montmaur” to “sa sœur Mabile de Montauban épouse de Guillaume Artaud seigneur d’Aix”, on condition that their children adopted the name and arms of Montauban[126]m ALIX d’Aurouze Dame de l’Argentière, daughter of --- (-after 8 Mar 1338).  Raymond [II] & his wife had one child: 

i)          RAYNAUD [II] de Montauban (-after 1342).  Seigneur de Lus.  Seigneur de Montmaur

b)         GUILLAUME [IV] Artaud (-after 1342).  Seigneur de Trets et de Saint-André-de-Val-Beauchêne.  m BEATRIX de Montauban, daughter of RENAUD de Montauban & his wife Sibylle Dame de Trets et de Revest [Marseille] (-[17 Jun 1341/17 Jun 1343]).  Guillaume & his wife had children: 

i)          PIERRE de Montauban (-before 3 May 1331).  m ISOARDE d’Evène, daughter of --- (-after 1331). 

ii)         RAYMOND [III] de Montauban (-after 2 Jul 1371).  Seigneur de Lus.  Seigneur de Montmaurm MARGUERITE de Morges, daughter of RAYMOND de Morges & his wife Gillette Aynard (-after 1395). 

-         SEIGNEURS de MONTMAUR[127].

iii)        ISOARD

iv)       DRAGONET

c)         [DRAGONET (-10 Jul 1348).  Abbot of Aurillac.  Bishop of Saint-Paul Trois Châteaux  1311.  Bishop of Gap 1328.] 

d)         MABILE de Montauban .  The testament of Raymond bequeathed “la seigneurie de Montmaur” to “sa sœur Mabile de Montauban épouse de Guillaume Artaud seigneur d’Aix”, on condition that their children adopted the name and arms of Montauban[128]m (before 3 Apr 1326) GUILLAUME Artaud [V] Seigneur d’Aix, son of HUGUES d’Aix Seigneur de Bellegarde & his wife Alix de Châteauneuf (-[20 Jun 1340/9 Aug 1342]). 

2.         GUILLAUME [III] Artaud (-after 22 Mar 1339)A charter dated 29 Mar 1281 records the submission to arbitration of a dispute between Guillaume “son frère Raynaud de Montauban” and Durbon[129].  Seigneur de Glandages et des Arnauds.  His testament is dated 8 Jan 1338.  m [firstly] MABILE d’Agoult, daughter of --- (-after 8 Jan 1338).  Different tables in Europäische Stammtafeln show different parents for the first wife of Guillaume [III] Artaud: either Mabile d’Agoult, daughter of Isnard [IV] d’Entrevennes Seigneur de Sault & his [first/second wife Briande Artaud/Beatrix de Baux], or Mabile d’Agoult, daughter of Isnard d’Agoult dit d’Entrevennes Seigneur de Beaurières & his wife ---[130].  The following document suggests that she was the daughter of Isnard Seigneur de Beaurières, considering that her heir was Isnard’s great-grandson (see above): Dauphin Humbert enfeoffed “Jofrey d’Agoult, fils de Raymond, héritier de Mabille d’Agoult, veuve de Guillaume Artaud chevalier” with rights in “le château inférieur de la Baume des Arnauds”, which was “sous le commis”, by charter dated to the 14th century[131].  [m secondly ([1338/22 Mar 1339]) SPATA de Montbrand, daughter of ---.  Europäische Stammtafeln shows this second marriage[132].  However, Mabile d’Agoult is called “veuve de Guillaume Artaud” in the 14th century charter quoted above, which suggests that this second marriage did not take place or that the husband of Spata de Montbrand was a different Guillaume Artaud.

3.         ISNARDE .  Nun at Saint-Zacharie. 

Raymond & his second wife had one child: 

4.         RAYMOND de Montauban (-after 1281). 

 

 

 

C.      SEIGNEURS de MEYRARGUES et de PUYRICARD (BAUX)

 

 

Meyrargues is located about 20 kilometres north-east of Aix-en-Provence, in the present-day French département of Bouches-du-Rhône, arrondissement Aix-en-Provence, canton Peyrolles-en-Provence.  Puyricard lies about 10 kilometres north-west of Aix-en-Provence, département Bouches-du-Rhône, arrondissement Aix-en-Provence, canton Aix-en-Provence-Nord-Est

 

 

BERTRAND de Baux, son of RAYMOND de Baux Vicomte de Marseille & his wife Alasacie de Marseille (-[Jan/19 Aug] 1266, bur Silvacane Notre-Dame).  "Raymond de Baux son épouse et ses fils" reached agreement with "Spine de Surrexina podestat de Marseille" concerning the monastery by charter dated 20 Nov 1225, "Adalasie son épouse, Bertrand et Guillaume ses fils…Raymond de Baux son autre fils" swearing to observe the agreement[133].  "Raymond de Baux, Alasacie son épouse et leurs fils Bertrand et Raymond" confirmed the agreement dated 20 Nov 1225 with the commune of Marseille, by charter dated 1 Oct 1226[134].  "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues fils de feu Raymond" granted transportation rights to Durbon by charter dated 30 Jan 1241[135].  "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues et Hugues son fils" appointed a proxy to receive the act of donation to Silvacane monastery by “Agnès épouse de Guillaume de Molliers seigneur d’Entrevennes” by charter dated 18 Jun 1248[136].  "Les frères Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues et Gilbert de Baux seigneur de Marignane, fils du vicomte Raymond" agreed to split their territories, including revenue from “Alasacie leur mère” by charter dated 17 Dec 1250[137].  "Bertrand de Baux de Meyrargues" and “Bérenger de Puyricard et autres coseigneurs” agreed an arbitral decision relating to “[les] coseigneurs de Trans” by charter dated 23 Aug 1253, ratified by charter dated 23 Sep 1254[138].  "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" swore allegiance to Philippe Archbishop of Aix “pour ses domaines du château de Puyricard...” agreed an arbitral decision relating to “[les] coseigneurs de Trans” by charter dated 23 Aug 1253[139].  A charter dated 23 Sep 1254 records the decision of arbitrators in the dispute between "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues, au nom de ses enfants Hugues et Mabile" and “Pons Arria de Puyricard[140].  The canons of Aix ordered "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" to return livestock to “Raymond chevalier de Gardanne” by charter dated 18 Feb 1257[141].  "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" confirmed freedoms granted to the Knights of St John of Jerusalem at Manosque and Aix granted by “Raymond de Baux son père”, in the presence of “son épouse Alix et de Hugues de Baux son fils”, by charter dated 8 Oct 1257[142].  "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues fils du vicomte Raymond" swore homage to “Vicedominus, archévêque d’Aix” for “les châteaux de Meyrargues, Puyricard, le Sambuc” by charter dated 27 Mar 1258[143].  Charles d’Anjou Comte de Provence, considering the fidelity of "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" and his persuasion and that of “Gassende sa belle-fille épouse d’Hugues de Baux” of “des habitants de Roquevaire” to ally themselves with him against the inhabitants of Marseille, promised to return “le château de Roquevaire” after the war in favour of “ses enfants nés de son épouse Alix” and to relinquish in his favour “les domaines d’Eudiarde, mère de Hugues” by charter dated 21 Mar 1262[144].  "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" cancelled all his grants to “Hugues de Baux son fils” whom he accused of “ingratitude envers sa personne” by charter dated 10 Jun 1263[145].  The testament of "Bertrand de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues“, dated [Jan/Aug] 1266, chose burial “dans le cimetière du monastère Notre-Dame de Silvacane”, bequeathed property to “sa fille Mabile...qui fut promis pour dot à feu son mari Ermengaud...Alaisette sa fille...sa fille Béatrix soit religieuse”, declared disinherited completely “son fils Hugues”, named “son fils Raymond” as his universal heir, and named “son épouse Alix tutrice de ses enfants Raymond, Alaisette, Béatrix...[146].  He is named as deceased in his second wife’s 19 Aug 1266 charter quoted below. 

m firstly ([14 Oct 1213/12 Jun 1228]) EUDIARDE de Monteil, daughter of GIRAUD Adémar Seigneur de Monteil, Vicomte de Marseille & his wife Mabile de Marseille (-[7 May/Sep] 1257).  "Giraud-Adhemar seigneur de Montélimar, Vicomte de Marseille et la vicomtesse Mabile" agreed the marriage of "leur fille Eudiarde…lorsqu'elle sera nubile" to "Raymond de Baux…son fils Bertrand" by charter dated 14 Oct 1213, which also names "Mabile…sa mère Laure"[147].  "Raymond de Baux…sa belle-fille Eudiarde épouse de Bertrand et fille de Mabile et de Giraud-Adhemar" sold property to Marseille by charter dated 12 Jun 1228[148].  The testament of "Eudiarde , fille de feus Giraud-Adhemar et Mabile" is dated 7 May 1257, in which she chooses burial "dans le monastère de Saint-Pons de Gémenos" and makes bequests to "son fils Hugues de Baux…sa fille Mabile…son frère Adhémar"[149]

m secondly ([Jun/8 Oct] 1257) ALIX, daughter of --- (-after 19 Dec 1267).  "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" confirmed freedoms granted to the Knights of St John of Jerusalem at Manosque and Aix granted by “Raymond de Baux son père”, in the presence of “son épouse Alix et de Hugues de Baux son fils”, by charter dated 8 Oct 1257[150].  "Pierre Valclos" sold his rights “dans le château de Puyricard” to “Alix épouse de Bertrand de Baux” in his presence by charter dated 15 Jan 1261[151].  The archbishop of Aix confirmed all donations of “des châteaux et territoires de Meyrargues et du Sambuc” made by "Bertrand de Baux" to “son fils Raymond” as well as a payment made to “Alix femme de Bertrand sur le premier de ces châteaux” by charter dated 10 Jun 1263[152].  The testament of "Bertrand de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues“, dated [Jan/Aug] 1266, named “son épouse Alix tutrice de ses enfants Raymond, Alaisette, Béatrix...[153].  "Alix veuve de Bertrand de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues tutrice de Raymond de Baux I et de ses autres enfants“ founded anniversaries at Aix for her husband by charter dated 19 Aug 1266[154]She is named as mother of her daughter Beatrix in the latter`s 18 Jul 1279 charter quoted below. 

Bertrand & his first wife had three children: 

1.         HUGUES de Baux (-[21 Nov 1304/28 Jun 1305]).  "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues et Hugues son fils" appointed a proxy to receive the act of donation to Silvacane monastery by “Agnès épouse de Guillaume de Molliers seigneur d’Entrevennes” by charter dated 18 Jun 1248[155].  A charter dated 23 Sep 1254 records the decision of arbitrators in the dispute between "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues, au nom de ses enfants Hugues et Mabile" and “Raymond chevalier de Gardanne[156].  "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" confirmed freedoms granted to the Knights of St John of Jerusalem at Manosque and Aix granted by “Raymond de Baux son père”, in the presence of “son épouse Alix et de Hugues de Baux son fils”, by charter dated 8 Oct 1257[157].  "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" cancelled all his grants to “Hugues de Baux son fils” whom he accused of “ingratitude envers sa personne” by charter dated 10 Jun 1263[158].  The testament of "Bertrand de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues“, dated [Jan/Aug] 1266, declared disinherited completely “son fils Hugues[159].  The following documents shows that, after his father’s death, Hugues was restored to some of his rights.  "Hugues de Baux chevalier fils de Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues et d’Eudiarde" sold "les châteaux de Gardanne, Roquevaire, Artigues, du plan d’Aups et de Saint-Julien...et [ses] droits...en Sardaigne et sur les domaines de Raymond de Baux seigneur de Suze" to “Bertrand de Baux II seigneur de Berre son cousin germain”, including payment “qu’il porra léguer à sa femme Garsende”, by charter dated 9 Mar 1286[160].  Seigneur de Meyrargues: "Hugues de Baux fils de Bertrand de Meyrargues et d’Eudiarde" gave "le château de Meyrargues, la bastide du Sambuc" in fief to “Bertrand de Baux II seigneur de Berre son cousin germain[161].  A charter dated 4 Oct 1286 records an arbitration to settle differences between "Raymond de Baux I seigneur de Puyricard et d’Eguilles" and "son frère Hugues de Baux", confirming Meyrargues and Le Sambuc to the latter and Puyricard to the former[162].  The “bailli d’Hugues de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues” received acknowledgements from the inhabitants of Gardanne from 1289 to 1292[163].  The testament of "Hugues de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues, fils de feu Bertrand et d’Eudiarde" is dated 20 Jan 1302 [no details in the extract, but the 2 Dec 1306 charter quoted below indicates that the document included a bequest to the testator’s [second] wife][164].  "Hugues de Baux de Meyrarues" confirmed the sale of “ce château” to Charles II King of Sicily by charter dated 21 Nov 1304[165].  He is recorded as deceased in the [28 Jun?] 1305 charter of his second wife quoted below.  m firstly (before 21 Mar 1262) GARSENDE, daughter of --- (-after 9 Mar 1286).  Charles d’Anjou Comte de Provence, considering the fidelity of "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" and his persuasion and that of “Gassende sa belle-fille épouse d’Hugues de Baux” of “des habitants de Roquevaire” to ally themselves with him against the inhabitants of Marseille, promised to return “le château de Roquevaire” after the war in favour of “ses enfants nés de son épouse Alix” and to relinquish in his favour “les domaines d’Eudiarde, mère de Hugues” by charter dated 21 Mar 1262[166].  "Hugues de Baux chevalier fils de Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues et d’Eudiarde" sold "les châteaux de Gardanne, Roquevaire, Artigues, du plan d’Aups et de Saint-Julien...et [ses] droits...en Sardaigne et sur les domaines de Raymond de Baux seigneur de Suze" to “Bertrand de Baux II seigneur de Berre son cousin germain”, including payment “qu’il porra léguer à sa femme Garsende”, by charter dated 9 Mar 1286[167]m secondly ([1297]) BERENGERE, daughter of HUGUES Bérenger de Gardanne & his wife --- (-after 28 Mar 1306).  The date of her marriage is suggested by the 2 Dec 1306 charter quoted below.  The proxy of "Bérengère veuve d’Hugues de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" declared that possessed “depuis quelques années dans le territoire de Gemenos, au quartier des Negles, plusieurs domaines à elle donnés par son mari, qui les avait reçus en héritage d’Alasie et de son père Pons de Gemenos”, by charter dated [28 Jun?] 1305[168].  “Alasie et...son père” have not been identified, although the 2 Dec 1306 charter quoted below suggests that they were relatives of Bérengère.  Barthélemy records that another document records that Bérengère was the daughter of "Hugues Bérenger de Gardanne"[169]A letter dated 28 Mar 1306 ordered payments from the properties of "feu Hugues de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" be paid to “...Hugues de Baux seigneur de Trebillane, aux fils de feu Raymond de Baux seigneur de Marignane, à Raymond de Baux I seigneur de Puyricard, et les revenus du château de Gemenos donnés à Bérengère veuve d’Hugues de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues[170].  The executors of "Hugues de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" acknowledged “la dot donnée en 1297 à son épouse Bérengère dite Pellagalle, fille de noble Hugues Bérenger”, the increase granted in 1303, and the bequest under her husband’s 20 Jan 1302 testament, and the revenues from “plusieurs terres à Gemenos qui lui furent données par Pons de Gemenos et sa fille”, by charter dated 2 Dec 1306[171]Hugues had two illegitimate children by an unknown mistress or mistresses: 

a)         BERTRAND de Baux .  "Pierre Siri" declared that “Bertrand et Raymond de Baux, fils naturels d’Hugues de Baux” gave him furs after the death of their father as security for providing mourning garments, by charter dated 30 Jun 1305[172]

b)         RAYMOND de Baux .  "Pierre Siri" declared that “Bertrand et Raymond de Baux, fils naturels d’Hugues de Baux” gave him furs after the death of their father as security for providing mourning garments, by charter dated 30 Jun 1305[173]

2.         MABILE de Baux (-after 6 Dec 1287).  A charter dated 23 Sep 1254 records the decision of arbitrators in the dispute between "Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues, au nom de ses enfants Hugues et Mabile" and “Raymond chevalier de Gardanne[174].  The testament of "Bertrand de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues“, dated [Jan/Aug] 1266, bequeathed property to “sa fille Mabile...qui fut promis pour dot à feu son mari Ermengaud...Alaisette sa fille...sa fille Béatrix soit religieuse[175].  Nun at Notre-Dame-de-Sion: a charter dated 28 Jan 1278 records a demand from Notre-Dame-de-Sion in the name of "Mabile de Baux religieuse et d’Adalacie son abbesse" for a copy of the testament of “Bertrand de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues, par laquelle sa fille Mabile est instituée héritière de certaines sommes[176].  "Mabile de Baux de Meyrargues", nun at Marseille monastery of Sion, was named among the monastery’s chapter in a charter dated 6 Dec 1287 which records a lawsuit[177]m ERMENGAUD, son of --- (-before 1266). 

3.         SANCIE de Baux (-[before 1266?]).  "Bertrand de Baux coseigneur de Berre, seigneur de Meyrargues" granted land “dans le territoire du Sambuc” to “sa fille Sancie épouse de Pierre (ou Pons) de Cadaval” by charter dated 1 Jun 1263[178].  She was not named in her father’s 1266 testament which could indicate either that she was already dead or that she had already received her share of her father’s property.  m (before 1 Jun 1263) PIERRE [Pons] de Cadaval, son of ---. 

Bertrand & his second wife had three children: 

4.         RAYMOND de Baux ([1258/62]-1320).  The archbishop of Aix confirmed all donations of “des châteaux et territoires de Meyrargues et du Sambuc” made by "Bertrand de Baux" to “son fils Raymond” as well as a payment made to “Alix femme de Bertrand sur le premier de ces châteaux” by charter dated 10 Jun 1263[179]Seigneur de PuyricardThe testament of "Bertrand de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues“, dated [Jan/Aug] 1266, named “son fils Raymond” as his universal heir, and named “son épouse Alix tutrice de ses enfants Raymond, Alaisette, Béatrix...[180].  The "bailli de Raymond de Baux I seigneur de Puyricard et de Gardanne" listed the properties of the inhabitants in 1277[181].  A charter dated 4 Oct 1286 records an arbitration to settle differences between "Raymond de Baux I seigneur de Puyricard et d’Eguilles" and "son frère Hugues de Baux", confirming Meyrargues and Le Sambuc to the latter and Puyricard to the former[182]m (after 22 Jan 1272) EUSTACHIE Etendard, daughter of GUILLAUME Etendard Marshal of the kingdom of Sicily & his wife Pétronille du Mesnil-Reynard (-1312).  "Noble dame Pétronille épouse de Guillaume Estendard maréchal du royaume de Sicile et ses frères Eustache et Hugues du Mesnil-Reynard“ acknowledged receipt of a loan from “Raymond de Baux I fils de feu Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues”, repayable when “Raymond contractera mariage avec Eustachette fille de Pétronille”, by charter dated 2 Nov 1269[183].  Charles Prince of Sicily, son of Charles King of Sicily [Anjouo-Capet], requested payments from "les vassaux de Guillaume Etendard“ for the marriage of “sa fille Eustachie” and “Raymond de Baux I, de Meyrargues en Provence” by charter dated 22 Jan 1272[184]The testament of "Eustachie Etendard épouse de Raymond de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues", dated 23 Jul 1312, named “Bertrand, Guillaume Monet et Léonie de Baux, ses fils et fille” as her heirs[185]Raymond & his wife had eight children: 

a)         ELISE de Baux (-after 1312)Her parentage and first marriage are confirmed by a charter dated 9 Sep 1293 which ordered payments to "Ermengaud de Sabran comte d’Ariano...mari d’Elise de Baux fille de Raymond de Baux de Meyrargues et d’Eustache Estendard", withheld by "Guillaume Estendard maréchal de Sicile son oncle maternel, héritier de son père Guillaume" when his sister married Raymond de Baux[186]A letter dated 27 Jul 1310 relates to a request by "Elise de Baux de Puyricard" to restore “le douaire que feu son mari Ermengaud de Sabran avait assigné[187].  Robert King of Sicily confirmed the agreement between "Elzéar de Sabran comte d’Ariano" and “Elise de Baux de Puyricard sa belle-sœur veuve d’Ermengard de Sabran” concerning her dower by charter dated 1 Feb 1311[188].  Robert King of Sicily confirmed the marriage contract between "Jean dit Ruffus de Subbiaco" and “Elise de Baux de Puyricard”, assigning ”son douaire...sur la terre d’Alberona...dans la Capitanate”, by charter dated 22 Nov 1312[189]m firstly ([1290]) as his second wife, ERMENGAUD de Sabran Conte di Ariano, son of ELZEAR de Sabran Seigneur d’Ansouis & his wife Cécile d’Agoult (-[19 May/27 Jul] 1310).  m secondly ([22 Nov 1312]) GIOVANNI detto Ruffo di Subbiaco, son of ---. 

b)         ETIENNETTE de Baux (-after 26 Nov 1355)A charter dated 10 Mar/May 1321 records receipt of various sums by "Etiennette dame des Baux comtesse d’Avellin veuve de Raymond I et tutrice de son fils Hugues"[190].  Her parentage is indicated by the following document: "Hugues de Baux comte d’Avellin, avec l’autorisation d’Etiennette dame des Baux comtesse d’Avellin sa mère et tutrice" named as his proxy “Guillaume de Baux seigneur de Puyricard et d’Eguilles son oncle” to govern his lands by charter dated 22 Jun 1324[191].  "Etiennette de Baux comtesse d’Avellin" exchanged property with the priory des Baux by charter dated 8 Jun 1335[192].  "Robert seigneur de Baux, de Puyricard et comte d’Avellin" sold “les revenus des salins de la mergue Baucenque”, with the consent of “Etiennette de Baux dame de Baux et comtesse d’Avellin son aïeule”, by charter dated 4 May 1353[193].  "Raymond de Baux II seigneur des Baux et comte d’Avellin, héritier universel de Raymond de Baux III seigneur de Puyricard" sold “les revenus du péage de Meyrargues, en qualité d’héritier de Raymond”, with the consent of “Etiennette son aïeule, par ses frères Antoine prévôt de la Major, et François, et par Phanète leur sœur”, by charter dated 26 Nov 1355[194]m as his second wife, RAYMOND de Baux Conte di Avellino, son of BERTRAND de BAUX Conte di Avellino & his first wife Philippa de Poitiers-Valentinois (-killed in battle Grusans 1321). 

c)         BERTRAND de Baux (-after 15 Jun 1316).  The testament of "Eustachie Etendard épouse de Raymond de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues", dated 23 Jul 1312, named “Bertrand, Guillaume Monet et Léonie de Baux, ses fils et fille” as her heirs[195]Seigneur de Puyricard.  "Bertrand de Baux II chevalier seigneur de Puyricard" witnessed a charter dated 13 Dec 1314 which records an enquiry relating to “[les] salins à Berre[196].  The testament of "Bertrand de Baux II seigneur de Puyricard, fils émancipé de Raymond de Baux" is dated 15 Jun 1316[197]

d)         GUILLAUME “Monet” de Baux (-before 13 Jan 1335).  The testament of "Eustachie Etendard épouse de Raymond de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues", dated 23 Jul 1312, named “Bertrand, Guillaume Monet et Léonie de Baux, ses fils et fille” as her heirs[198]Seigneur de Puyricard.  "Hugues de Baux comte d’Avellin, avec l’autorisation d’Etiennette dame des Baux comtesse d’Avellin sa mère et tutrice" named as his proxy “Guillaume de Baux seigneur de Puyricard et d’Eguilles son oncle” to govern his lands by charter dated 22 Jun 1324[199]m (contract 11 May 1324) as her second husband, BEATRIX d’Anduze, widow of JEAN Alamandi Seigneur de Valbonnais, daughter of BERMOND [II] d’Anduze Seigneur de la Voulte & his wife --- (-[1335/51])Europäische Stammtafeln records her parentage and two marriages[200].  The marriage contract between "Guillaume de Baux seigneur de Puyricard" and “Béatrix d’Anduze” is dated 11 May 1324, in the presence of “Raymond de Baux III d’Orange seigneur de Courtheson, d’Isoarde sa fille et de Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Camaret[201].  The abbot of Silvacane confirmed receipt of money from "Béatrix d’anduze de la Voulte, mère et tutrice de Raymond de Baux II seigneur de Puyricard" by charter dated 13 Jan 1335[202].  Guillaume & his wife had four children: 

i)          TASSETTE de Baux (-after 6 Dec 1391)A charter dated 5 Aug 1343 records that "Giraud-Adhemar seigneur de Monteil”, assisted by “ses frères Guigues et Hugues-Adhemar”, gave “[les] châteaux de Monteil, Rochemaure, le Teil et Allan” to “son fils émancipé Giraud-Adhémar” on his marriage to “Tassette de Baux sœur de Raymond de Baux II seigneur de Puyricard”, with the consent of “son oncle Aymar évêque de Viviers, et de Bermond d’Anduze son aïeul maternel[203]The marriage contract between “Giraud Adhémar seigneur de Monteil” and “Tacette de Baux fille de feu Raymond seigneur de Puyricard”, the bridegroom advised by “Giraud son père, Amédée de Poitiers, Guigues Adémar seigneur de Saint-Auban et Hugues Adémar seigneur du Teil ses oncles”, is dated 5 Aug 1343[204].  Tassette ratified the donation by charter dated 24 Aug 1343, the guarantee was signed 1344[205].  "Tassete de Baux veuve de Giraud-Adhémar seigneur de Monteil et tutrice de son fils Giraud" declared “à Guillaume de Verger seigneur de Mirabel, lieutenant du prince Charles, fils du roi de France, dauphin du Viennois” that she placed herself under the prince’s protection “voulant mettre fin aux déprédations commises contre ses biens” by charter dated 29 Oct 1359[206].  "Tassete de Baux tutrice de son fils Giraud-Adhémar" consented to the transfer of property to the Pope by charter dated 17 Jun 1360[207]Aymar évêque de Viviers” arranged an agreement between “sa nièce Tassette de Baux veuve de Giraud-Adhemar seigneur de Monteil” and "Louis-Adhemar coseigneur de cette localité” under which the former received “la moitié de tous les revenus...du château de Rochemaure jusqu’à restitution de sa dot” by charter dated 19 Jun 1362[208].  The testament of “Tassette de Baux dame de Montélimar et de Rochemaure veuve de Giraud Adhemar”, dated 6 Dec 1391, named as her heir “Foulquet de Pontevès fils de sa fille Sibylle”, substituting “Louis d’Anduze seigneur de la Voute”, and bequeathed property to “Antoinette de Pontevès[209]m (5 Aug 1343) GIRAUD Adhémar [VI] de Monteil Seigneur de Montélimar, son of GIRARD Adhémar [V] de Monteil Seigneur de Montélimar & his wife Alésie de Valentinois (-[31 Mar/29 Oct] 1358). 

ii)         RAYMOND de Baux (-1349).  His parentage is confirmed by the 13 Jan 1335 charter which names his mother, quoted above.  Seigneur de Puyricard.  Puyricard was inherited after the death of Raymond by Raymond de Baux, son of Hugues de Baux Conte di Avellino (see the document SOUTHERN ITALY (2)).  m (25 Jan 1343) BLONDE Adhémar de Grignan, daughter of GIRAUD Adhémar [II] Seigneur de Grignan & his second wife Dalmace d’Uzès.  "Giraud-Adhemar seigneur de Grignan et d’Aps” received receipt of the first payment of dowry from “Raymond de Baux II seigneur de Puyricard” for his marriage to “sa sœur Blonde” by charter dated 6 Apr 1342, a manuscript note recording that the marriage took place 25 Jan 1342 (O.S.)[210]

iii)        BEATRIX de Baux (-after 18 Nov 1377).  Nun at Aix Notre-Dame de Nazareth.  A charter dated 11 Mar 1360 named "Béatrix et Florette de Puyricard, Catherine, Alix et Constance de Marignane, appartenant toutes à la famille des Baux" as nuns at Aix Notre-Dame de Nazareth[211]Bertrand Roque coseigneur de Fuveau” sold property to “Béatrix et à Florette de Baux de Puyricard...religieuses du monastère Sainte-Marie-de-Nazareth d’Aix” by charter dated 18 Nov 1377[212]

iv)       FLORETTE de Baux (-after 18 Nov 1377).  Nun at Aix Notre-Dame de Nazareth.  A charter dated 11 Mar 1360 named "Béatrix et Florette de Puyricard, Catherine, Alix et Constance de Marignane, appartenant toutes à la famille des Baux" as nuns at Aix Notre-Dame de Nazareth[213]Bertrand Roque coseigneur de Fuveau” sold property to “Béatrix et à Florette de Baux de Puyricard...religieuses du monastère Sainte-Marie-de-Nazareth d’Aix” by charter dated 18 Nov 1377[214]

e)         RAYMOND de Baux (-after 24 Jul 1332).  Provost of Glandève.  "Philippe de Sanguinet sénéchal de Provence et Forcalquier" wrote “au juge d’Aix” in favour of “Raymond de Baux prévôt de Glandève fils et héritier de noble Raymond de Baux I chevalier seigneur de Puyricard“ demanding payments “du péage royal de Meyrargues”, as agreed earlier between “le chevalier Hugues de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues et Raymond son père”, by charter dated 24 Jul 1332[215]

f)          LEONIE de Baux .  The testament of "Eustachie Etendard épouse de Raymond de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues", dated 23 Jul 1312, named “Bertrand, Guillaume Monet et Léonie de Baux, ses fils et fille” as her heirs[216]m (before 1312) as his second wife, RAYMOND [III] d’Agoult Seigneur de Sault, son of ISNARD [IV] d’Entrevennes Seigneur de Sault & his first wife Briande d’Aix (-after 1352)

g)         ALASACIE de Baux .  Nun at Aix Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth: Charles II King of Sicily confirmed fiefdoms granted by his father to "Guillaume Etendard connétable du royaume de Sicile" and pensions transferable to “Marie Etendard sa sœur, Gabiose sa fille, Alasacie et Tassiette de Baux ses nièces, religieuses au monastère royal de Notre-Dame-du-Nazareth d’Aix” by charter dated 4 Jul 1302[217]

h)         TASSETTE de Baux .  Nun at Aix Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth: Charles II King of Sicily confirmed fiefdoms granted by his father to "Guillaume Etendard connétable du royaume de Sicile" and pensions transferable to “Marie Etendard sa sœur, Gabiose sa fille, Alasacie et Tassiette de Baux ses nièces, religieuses au monastère royal de Notre-Dame-du-Nazareth d’Aix” by charter dated 4 Jul 1302[218]

5.         ALASACIE [Alix] de Baux ([1258/63]-after 8 Jan 1300)The testament of "Bertrand de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues“, dated [Jan/Aug] 1266, bequeathed property to “...Alaisette sa fille...sa fille Béatrix soit religieuse”, and named “son épouse Alix tutrice de ses enfants Raymond, Alaisette, Béatrix...[219].  A charter dated 1278 records a sum set aside for the dowry of "Alasacie de Baux, fille d’Alix, veuve de Bertrand de Baux I de Meyrargues"[220].  "Bertrand seigneur de Mévouillon" acknowledged to "Alix son épouse fille de feu Bertrand de Baux de Meyrargues" having received dowry payments by charter dated 8 Jan 1300[221]m ([1278]) BERTRAND de Mévouillon, son of PIERRE de Mison & his wife Galburge Dame de Mison et de Serres (-after 9 Oct 1306). 

6.         BEATRIX de Baux ([1262/65]-)The testament of "Bertrand de Baux I seigneur de Meyrargues“, dated [Jan/Aug] 1266, bequeathed property to “...Alaisette sa fille...sa fille Béatrix soit religieuse”, and named “son épouse Alix tutrice de ses enfants Raymond, Alaisette, Béatrix...[222].  "Aynardus de Turre domicellus dominus de Vinay" granted “castrum de Vinay...castrum...Armeus...Vatilleus...Nerpol...” to "Henricus eius filius primogenitus emancipatus" and to “successorum masculorum tantum sibi nascendorum ex Beatricia filia Dom. de Baucio quondam domini de Mayranciis et dom. Alixiæ conjugum, future uxore...ipsius Henrici...”, sworn by “Agnetis de Vilariis uxoris dicti Aynardi”, by charter dated 18 Jul 1279[223]m (after 18 Jul 1279) HENRI de la Tour du Pin Seigneur de Vinay, son of AINARD [I] de la Tour Seigneur de Vinay & his second wife Agnes de Villars (-[24 Feb 1323/16 Dec 1325])

 

 

 

D.      SEIGNEURS de PONTEVES

 

 

Pontevès is located about 20 kilometres east of Aix-en-Provence, in the present-day French département of Var, arrondissement Brignoles, canton Barjols.  The following reconstruction is based mainly on the table in Europäische Stammtafeln[224].  The primary sources which confirm the information have not been identified, unless otherwise stated below. 

 

 

1.         FOULQUES de Pontevès .  He is named as father of Douceline in the Jan 1213 (O.S.) charter quoted below.  m MABILE, daughter of ---.  She is named as mother of Douceline in the Jan 1213 (O.S.) charter quoted below.  Foulques & his wife had one child: 

a)         DOUCELINE de Pontevès (-after 20 Nov 1246).  "Isnardus de Antravenis et Doucelina domina de Pontevez uxor eius filia Fulconis de Pontevez et domina Mabilia mater eiusdem dominæ Doucelinæ" confirmed an exchange with Monmajour monastery by charter dated Jan 1213 (O.S.)[225].  “Donzeline de Pontevès veuve de feu...Isnard d’Antravenes” donated certain properties to “Foulques de Pontevès, Raimond d’Agout et Isnard d’Antravenes frères, ses fils” by charter dated 20 Nov 1246[226][227]m (before Jan 1214) ISNARD [II] d’Entrevennes, son of [ISNARD [I] d’Entrevennes & his wife ---] (-before 13 Feb 1245). 

 

 

FOULQUES [I] de Pontevès, son of ISNARD [II] d’Entrevennes & his wife Douceline de Pontevès (-[19 Aug 1259/24 Feb 1261])Seigneur de Pontevès.  “Foulques de Pontevès, Raimond d’Agout et Ysnard d’Antravenes frères fils de feu Mre Ysnard d’Antravennes et de dame Donzeline de Pontevès sa femme” divided the succession of “leurs dits père et mère” by charter dated 13 Feb 1244 (O.S.)[228].  “Donzeline de Pontevès veuve de feu...Isnard d’Antravenes” donated certain properties to “Foulques de Pontevès, Raimond d’Agout et Isnard d’Antravenes frères, ses fils” by charter dated 20 Nov 1246[229].  “Foulques de Pontevès” appointed “Mre Raimond d’Agout et Isnard ses frères” as guardians of his children by testament dated 19 Aug 1259[230].  He died before 24 Feb 1261, the date of the charter quoted below in which he is named as deceased. 

m firstly ([27 Nov 1240]) MATHILDE de Rhéza, daughter & heiress of GUILLAUME de Rhéza Seigneur de Cotignac de Carcès et de Flaissans & his wife ---.  Europäische Stammtafeln records her parentage and marriage[231].  The primary source which confirms the information has not been identified. 

m secondly FELIPA Porcellet, daughter of GUILHELM Porcellet Seigneur de Fos & his wife --- (-after 24 Nov 1312).  Europäische Stammtafeln records her parentage and marriage[232].  The primary source which confirms the information has not been identified. 

Foulques [I] & his first wife had children:

1.         BARRAL de Pontevès (-after 1275).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  Seigneur de Pontevès.  Charles I King of Sicily ordered the settlement of disputes between "son...conseiller Guillaume de Cotignac“ and “Barral de Pontevès son frère mari de Barrale de Baux sœur de Bertrand II seigneur de Berre” concerning their parents’ sucession, which had been decided during the minority of Guillaume, by charter dated 11 Mar 1273[233]m BARRALE de Baux, daughter of GUILLAUME de Baux Seigneur de Berre & his wife --- (-after 28 Oct 1308).  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the following document: Charles I King of Sicily ordered the settlement of disputes between "son...conseiller Guillaume de Cotignac“ and “Barral de Pontevès son frère mari de Barrale de Baux sœur de Bertrand II seigneur de Berre” concerning their parents’ sucession, which had been decided during the minority of Guillaume, by charter dated 11 Mar 1273[234].  Barral & his wife had children: 

a)         FOULQUES [II] de Pontevès (-[1289/94]).  Seigneur de Pontevèsm MARGUERITE des Porcellets, daughter of ---.  Foulques [II] & his wife had children: 

i)          FOULQUES [III] de Pontevès “le Grand” (-[25 Jul 1334/12 Jan 1337]).  Seigneurs de Carcès.  m (Papal dispensation 21 Dec 1311) GALBURGE d’Agoult, daughter of REFORCIAT d’Agoult Seigneur de Trets & his wife Raibaude de Causols (-after 10 Jan 1359).  Galburge d’Agout fille de feu Reforciat d’Agout sgr de Tritis et vallis saltus” donated property to “Remond d’Agout sgr des susdits lieux son frère” by charter dated 21 Jan 1311[235]

-         SEIGNEURS de CARCES[236]

ii)         BARRAL [II] de Pontevès (-[13 Aug 1207/1311]).  Seigneur de Pontevès

-         SEIGNEURS de PONTEVES[237]

2.         GUILLAUME de Pontevès .  Seigneur de Cotignac.  Charles I King of Sicily ordered the settlement of disputes between "son...conseiller Guillaume de Cotignac“ and “Barral de Pontevès son frère mari de Barrale de Baux sœur de Bertrand II seigneur de Berre” concerning their parents’ sucession, which had been decided during the minority of Guillaume, by charter dated 11 Mar 1273[238]

3.         GUILLEMETTE de Cottiniac .  “Mgr Ramon d’Agout” consented to the marriages of “Guillemette de Cottiniac et de Maragde ses nièces filles de feu Mre Foulques de Pontevès” and “Refforciac et Ramon Geoffroy fils de Mre Boniface de Galberto” by charter dated 27 Nov 1270[239]m (after 27 Nov 1270) REFORCIAT de Galbert, son of BONIFACE de Galbert & his wife ---. 

4.         MARAGDE .  “Mgr Ramon d’Agout” consented to the marriages of “Guillemette de Cottiniac et de Maragde ses nièces filles de feu Mre Foulques de Pontevès” and “Refforciac et Ramon Geoffroy fils de Mre Boniface de Galberto” by charter dated 27 Nov 1270[240]m (after 27 Nov 1270) RAYMOND GEOFFROY de Galbert, son of BONIFACE de Galbert & his wife ---.

 

 

 

E.      SEIGNEURS de TRETS

 

 

Trets is located about 10 kilometres east of Aix-en-Provence, in the present-day French département of Bouches-du-Rhône, arrondissement Aix-en-Provence, canton Trets.  The following reconstruction is based mainly on the table in Europäische Stammtafeln[241].  The primary sources which confirm the information have not been identified, unless otherwise stated below. 

 

 

REFORCIAT [I] d’Agoult, son of ISNARD [II] d’Entrevennes & his wife Douceline de Pontevès (-before 1300).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  Seigneur de Sault.  Seigneur de Trets

m RAIBAUDE de Causols Dame de Causols et de Cipières, daughter of --- (-after 1362).  Europäische Stammtafeln records her family origin and marriage[242].  The primary source which confirms this information has not been identified. 

Reforciat [I] & his wife had children: 

1.         RAYMOND d’Agoult (-[1317/21]).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  Seigneur de Sault.  Seigneur de Tretsm (after 21 Jul 1314) ISABELLE de Baux, daughter of BERTRAND [IV] de Baux Prince d'Orange & his wife Eléonore de Genève (-after 1314).  The testament of "Bertrand de Baux IV prince d’Orange", dated 21 Jul 1314, bequeathed property to “sa fille Isabeau...pour vêtements et objets de mariage...[243]The primary source which confirms her marriage has not been identified.  Raymond & his wife had two children: 

a)         REFORCIAT [II] d’Agoult (-before 25 Mar 1349).  Seigneur de Tretsm (1334) AGNES de Montlaur, daughter of [GUY [I] Seigneur de Montlaur & his wife ---]. 

b)         RAYMOND d’Agoult (-after 24 Jul 1369).  Seigneur de Tretsm [firstly/secondly] --- or PHILIPPINE d’Anduze, daughter of ---.  m thirdly HUGUETTE de Saillons, daughter of ---.  Raymond & his [first/second] wife had one child: 

i)          BARGUETTE d’Agoult (-after 1384).  Dame de Greólières-Hautes.  m (before 24 Jul 1369) GUIRAUD de Villeneuve Baron de Vence, son of --- (-1408). 

Raymond & his third wife had two children:

ii)         BEATRIX d’Agoult (-after 1385).  Dame de Forcalqueiret.  m (before 24 Jul 1369) RAYMOND [VI] d’Agoult Baron de Sault, Vicomte de Reillane, son of FOULQUES d’Agoult Baron de Sault & his wife Alix de Baux (-after 1400). 

iii)        ISABELLE d’Agoult (-after 24 Jul 1402)Dame de Tretsm firstly BERTRAND Raimbaud de Simiane, son of --- (-after 1379).  m secondly (before 27 Apr 1397) ASTORG de Peyre Baron de Peyre, son of --- (-after 17 Sep 1405). 

2.         GALBURGE d’Agoult (-after 10 Jan 1359).  “Ne Galburge d’Agout fille de feu...Reforciat d’Agout Sgr de Tritis et vallis saltus” donated property to “Remond d’Agout Sgr des susdits lieux son frère” by charter dated 21 Jan 1311[244]m (Papal dispensation 21 Dec 1311) FOULQUES [III] de Pontevès “le Grand” Seigneur de Carcès, son of FOULQUES [II] de Pontevès Seigneur de Pontevès & his wife Marguerite de Porcellets (-[25 Jul 1334/12 Jan 1337]). 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 2.    AVIGNON

 

 

 

A.      VICOMTES d’AVIGNON

 

 

1.         AUPHANT (-after 11 Jan 1005)Vicomte [d’Avignon].  "…Elefanti vicecomitis…" subscribed a charter of Adelais Ctss de Provence dated 11 Jan 1005 at Avignon relating to the monastery of Saint-André[245]m LEOGARDE, daughter of GUILLAUME [II] Vicomte de Marseille & his first wife Aiceline de Baux.  Her marriage is confirmed by a charter dated Apr 1053 records a donation by "Vuilelmus, Bonifacius atque Leotgerius…filii Alfant vicecomitis atque Leotgiarda" to Marseille Saint-Victor[246].  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.   Auphant & his wife had five children: 

a)         AMAURY (-after Jan 1041).  "…Amalricus et Willelmus et Bonifacius fratres filii…Helefantis" subscribed a charter dated 1040 relating to the donation of part of "castro…Auriol"[247]Vicomte d’Avignon.  "Gaufredus et frater meus Bertrannus comites Avenionenses" donated half of the village of Meynargue to the monastery of Saint-André, on the advice of "leurs fidèles les vicomtes Rostaing, Amalric, Guillaume, Boniface et Laugier", by charter dated Jan 1041[248]

b)         ROSTAIN (-after Jan 1041).  "…Rostagnus filius Alfanti…" signed a charter of Bertrand Comte de Provence relating to property "in pago Sistergico" dated 1037[249]Vicomte d’Avignon.  "Gaufredus et frater meus Bertrannus comites Avenionenses" donated half of the village of Meynargue to the monastery of Saint-André, on the advice of "leurs fidèles les vicomtes Rostaing, Amalric, Guillaume, Boniface et Laugier", by charter dated Jan 1041[250]

c)         GUILLAUME (-after Apr 1053).  "…Amalricus et Willelmus et Bonifacius fratres filii…Helefantis" subscribed a charter dated 1040 relating to the donation of part of "castro…Auriol"[251]Vicomte d’Avignon.  "Gaufredus et frater meus Bertrannus comites Avenionenses" donated half of the village of Meynargue to the monastery of Saint-André, on the advice of "leurs fidèles les vicomtes Rostaing, Amalric, Guillaume, Boniface et Laugier", by charter dated Jan 1041[252].  A charter dated Apr 1053 records a donation by "Vuilelmus, Bonifacius atque Leotgerius…filii Alfant vicecomitis atque Leotgiarda" of property "in comitatu Aquensi in territorio Montis Justini" to Marseille Saint-Victor[253]m ---.  The name of Guillaume’s wife is not known.  Guillaume & his wife had --- children: 

i)          ROSTAINVicomte d’Avignon.  A charter dated 29 Mar 1102 records a transaction of the Archbishop of Arles on the advice of "comitis Bertrandi et Rostagni Guillelmi vicecomitis et Raymundi et Alphanti fratrum eius…"[254]

ii)         RAYMOND .  A charter dated 29 Mar 1102 records a transaction of the Archbishop of Arles on the advice of "comitis Bertrandi et Rostagni Guillelmi vicecomitis et Raymundi et Alphanti fratrum eius…"[255]

iii)        AUPHANT .  A charter dated 29 Mar 1102 records a transaction of the Archbishop of Arles on the advice of "comitis Bertrandi et Rostagni Guillelmi vicecomitis et Raymundi et Alphanti fratrum eius…"[256]

d)         BONIFACE (-after Apr 1053).  "…Amalricus et Willelmus et Bonifacius fratres filii…Helefantis" subscribed a charter dated 1040 relating to the donation of part of "castro…Auriol"[257]Vicomte d’Avignon.  "Gaufredus et frater meus Bertrannus comites Avenionenses" donated half of the village of Meynargue to the monastery of Saint-André, on the advice of "leurs fidèles les vicomtes Rostaing, Amalric, Guillaume, Boniface et Laugier", by charter dated Jan 1041[258].  A charter dated Apr 1053 records a donation by "Vuilelmus, Bonifacius atque Leotgerius…filii Alfant vicecomitis atque Leotgiarda" of property "in comitatu Aquensi in territorio Montis Justini" to Marseille Saint-Victor[259]

e)         LAUGIER (-after Apr 1053).  Vicomte d’Avignon.  "Gaufredus et frater meus Bertrannus comites Avenionenses" donated half of the village of Meynargue to the monastery of Saint-André, on the advice of "leurs fidèles les vicomtes Rostaing, Amalric, Guillaume, Boniface et Laugier", by charter dated Jan 1041[260].  A charter dated Apr 1053 records a donation by "Vuilelmus, Bonifacius atque Leotgerius…filii Alfant vicecomitis atque Leotgiarda" of property "in comitatu Aquensi in territorio Montis Justini" to Marseille Saint-Victor[261]

 

 

 

B.      VICOMTES de MEZOARGUES

 

 

Two brothers, whose parents are not known but whose names indicate descent from the preceding family:

1.         AUPHANT (-after 22 May 1150).  Vicomte de Mézoargues.  "…Alfannum…vicecomite de Mesoaga…et frater eius Guillelmus de Bulbone…" are named in a charter dated 22 May 1150 at Aix[262]

2.         GUILLAUME de Boulbon (-after 22 May 1150).  "…Alfannum…vicecomite de Mesoaga…et frater eius Guillelmus de Bulbone…" are named in a charter dated 22 May 1150 at Aix[263]

 

 

 

C.      SABRAN

 

 

1.         ROSTAIN (-after 21 Sep 1006).  "Rostagnus nobilissimus vir cum uxore sua Belletrude et filiis Petrone clerico et Bertranno et Rostagno seu Emenone" donated "ecclesiam Sancti Petri…in comitatu Avenionensi…in Alieraco minore" to Saint-André-lès-Avignon by charter dated 21 Sep 1006[264]m BELTRUDE, daughter of --- (-after 21 Sep 1006).  "Rostagnus nobilissimus vir cum uxore sua Belletrude et filiis Petrone clerico et Bertranno et Rostagno seu Emenone" donated "ecclesiam Sancti Petri…in comitatu Avenionensi…in Alieraco minore" to Saint-André-lès-Avignon by charter dated 21 Sep 1006[265].  Rostain & his wife had four children: 

a)         BERTRAND .  "Rostagnus nobilissimus vir cum uxore sua Belletrude et filiis Petrone clerico et Bertranno et Rostagno seu Emenone" donated "ecclesiam Sancti Petri…in comitatu Avenionensi…in Alieraco minore" to Saint-André-lès-Avignon by charter dated 21 Sep 1006[266]

b)         PIERRE .  "Rostagnus nobilissimus vir cum uxore sua Belletrude et filiis Petrone clerico et Bertranno et Rostagno seu Emenone" donated "ecclesiam Sancti Petri…in comitatu Avenionensi…in Alieraco minore" to Saint-André-lès-Avignon by charter dated 21 Sep 1006[267]

c)         ROSTAIN .  "Rostagnus nobilissimus vir cum uxore sua Belletrude et filiis Petrone clerico et Bertranno et Rostagno seu Emenone" donated "ecclesiam Sancti Petri…in comitatu Avenionensi…in Alieraco minore" to Saint-André-lès-Avignon by charter dated 21 Sep 1006[268]

d)         EMENON [I] de Sabran (-after 18 Dec 1029).  "Rostagnus nobilissimus vir cum uxore sua Belletrude et filiis Petrone clerico et Bertranno et Rostagno seu Emenone" donated "ecclesiam Sancti Petri…in comitatu Avenionensi…in Alieraco minore" to Saint-André-lès-Avignon by charter dated 21 Sep 1006[269].  A charter dated 18 Dec 1029 records the foundation of the monastery of Sauve by "Garsindis et filius meus Bremundus et frater eius Almeradus", for the soul of "genitoris nostri Barnardi", in the presence of "Wilelmi comitis Tholosani…Atthonis vicecomitis, et Berengarii, et fratris eius Elisiari de ipso Castro…Emenonis de Sabrano…"[270]

 

 

Two brothers: 

1.         GUILLAUME [I] de Sabran (-after 15 Dec 1066).  "...Willelmo et Emenone fratre eius de Sabran..." subscribed the charter dated 15 Dec 1066 under which "Almodis comitissa et filius meus Raymundus comes Rutenensis et Nemosensis Narbonensiumque" united the abbey of Saint-Gilles with Cluny[271]

2.         EMENON [II] de Sabran (-after 15 Dec 1066).  "...Willelmo et Emenone fratre eius de Sabran..." subscribed the charter dated 15 Dec 1066 under which "Almodis comitissa et filius meus Raymundus comes Rutenensis et Nemosensis Narbonensiumque" united the abbey of Saint-Gilles with Cluny[272]

 

 

1.         GIBELLIN de Sabran (-after [1094]).  "Raimundus comes Tolosanæ, dux Narbonæ, marchio Provinciæ" donated property to Saint-André d’Avignon by charter dated 1088 (which presumably should be redated to after 1094), signed by "…Guillelmus de Sabrano, Alisiardus de Usetico, Rostagnus de Posqueriis, Gibellinus de Sabrano…"[273]

 

 

Two brothers: 

1.         GUILLAUME [II] de Sabran (-after 22 Apr 1122).  ["Raymundus comes Rothenensis" abandoned rights in favour of the church of Béziers by charter dated 1084, signed by "…Guillelmi de Sabrano…"[274].  "Raimundus comes Tolosanæ, dux Narbonæ, marchio Provinciæ" donated property to Saint-André d’Avignon by charter dated 1088 (which presumably should be redated to after 1094), signed by "…Guillelmus de Sabrano, Alisiardus de Usetico, Rostagnus de Posqueriis, Gibellinus de Sabrano…"[275].  It is uncertain whether these charters relate to Guillaume [I] or Guillaume [II] de Sabran.]  Guillaume de Sabran and Raymond de Narbonne-Pelet fought successfully to have the goods and arms brought by the Genovese safely transported to Jerusalem, 18 Jun 1099[276]Pope Pascal II threatened "militaribus viris Willelmo de Sabrano, Emenoni fratri eius…" for associating themselves in the criminal exploits of Bertrand Comte de Toulouse by bull dated 4 Feb 1107[277].  A bull of Pope Calixtus II dated 22 Jun 1121 threatened excommunication against "Raimundi de Bautio, Guilelmo de Sabrano, Elesiario de Castrias, Rainoni de Castlar et Guilelmo Rainoardi" if they didn't prevent Alphonse Comte de Toulouse from attacking the monastery of Saint-Gilles, a subsequent bull dated 22 Apr 1122 noting that "…Raimundum de Baltio, Guillemum de Sabrano, Elisiarium de Castriis, Guillelmum Rainoardi de Mezenees, vicecomites de Mezoaga, et Rainonem de Castlar" had been excommunicated for the same offence[278]m ADELAIS, daughter of --- (-after 17 Sep 1147).  "Adalaicia de Sabrano et…eius liberi Emeno et Rostagnus de Sabrano, Wilelmus, Raimundus, atque Petrus archidiaconus" donated property to the Templars at Richerenches, for the soul of "Wilelmi de Sabrano patris nostri", by charter dated 1138[279].  "Adalais de Sabrano et filii sui Rostagnus et Emes et Wilelmus" donated half of revenue from property to the Templars at Richerenches by charter dated 17 Sep 1147, one quarter of which revenue was donated by "Wilelma, Bertrandi de Tauliniano qui fui uxor et mei filii Poncius Gontardus --- et Pelestorz" (presumably indicating that the two families were related)[280].  Guillaume [II] & his wife had five children: 

a)         EMENON [IV] de Sabran (-after 17 Sep 1147).  Pope Pascal II threatened "militaribus viris Willelmo de Sabrano, Emenoni fratri eius…" for associating themselves in the criminal exploits of Bertrand Comte de Toulouse by bull dated 4 Feb 1107[281].  "Adalaicia de Sabrano et…eius liberi Emeno et Rostagnus de Sabrano, Wilelmus, Raimundus, atque Petrus archidiaconus" donated property to the Templars at Richerenches, for the soul of "Wilelmi de Sabrano patris nostri", by charter dated 1138[282].  "Adalais de Sabrano et filii sui Rostagnus et Emes et Wilelmus" donated half of revenue from property to the Templars at Richerenches by charter dated 17 Sep 1147, one quarter of which revenue was donated by "Wilelma, Bertrandi de Tauliniano qui fui uxor et mei filii Poncius Gontardus --- et Pelestorz" (presumably indicating that the two families were related)[283]

b)         ROSTAIN de Sabran (-1172 or after).  "Adalaicia de Sabrano et…eius liberi Emeno et Rostagnus de Sabrano, Wilelmus, Raimundus, atque Petrus archidiaconus" donated property to the Templars at Richerenches, for the soul of "Wilelmi de Sabrano patris nostri", by charter dated 1138[284]

-        see below

c)         GUILLAUME [III] de Sabran (-after 1159).  "Adalaicia de Sabrano et…eius liberi Emeno et Rostagnus de Sabrano, Wilelmus, Raimundus, atque Petrus archidiaconus" donated property to the Templars at Richerenches, for the soul of "Wilelmi de Sabrano patris nostri", by charter dated 1138[285].  "Guilelmus de Sabrano…Rostagnus de Sabrano…" promised support to "Raymundo Berengarii comiti Barchinonensi et nepoti tuo Raymundo Berengarii filio fratris tui Berengarii Raymundi" against "Stephania uxor Raymundi de Baucio et Hugo filius eius et Guilelmus et Bertrandus et Gisbertus" by charter dated 1156[286].  "Willelmus de Sabrano" confirmed donations to the Templars at Richerenches made by "ego et Adalaicia mater mea et insimul fratres mei" by charter dated [21 Aug] 1159[287]

d)         RAYMOND de Sabran (-after 1138).  "Adalaicia de Sabrano et…eius liberi Emeno et Rostagnus de Sabrano, Wilelmus, Raimundus, atque Petrus archidiaconus" donated property to the Templars at Richerenches, for the soul of "Wilelmi de Sabrano patris nostri", by charter dated 1138[288]

e)         PIERRE de Sabran (-after 1138).  "Adalaicia de Sabrano et…eius liberi Emeno et Rostagnus de Sabrano, Wilelmus, Raimundus, atque Petrus archidiaconus" donated property to the Templars at Richerenches, for the soul of "Wilelmi de Sabrano patris nostri", by charter dated 1138[289].  Archdeacon. 

2.         EMENON [III] de Sabran (-after 4 Feb 1107).  Pope Pascal II threatened "militaribus viris Willelmo de Sabrano, Emenoni fratri eius…" for associating themselves in the criminal exploits of Bertrand Comte de Toulouse by bull dated 4 Feb 1107[290]

 

 

ROSTAIN [II] de Sabran, son of GUILLAUME [II] de Sabran & his wife Adelais --- (-1172 or after).  "Adalaicia de Sabrano et…eius liberi Emeno et Rostagnus de Sabrano, Wilelmus, Raimundus, atque Petrus archidiaconus" donated property to the Templars at Richerenches, for the soul of "Wilelmi de Sabrano patris nostri", by charter dated 1138[291].  "Silvius de Cleireu et…Matelina eius uxor et…Silvius eorum filius" donated property to the Templars at Richerenches by charter dated 15 Oct 1141, witnessed by "Rostagnus de Sabran, --- filius eius, Raimundus filius comitis de Tolosana…"[292].  "Adalais de Sabrano et filii sui Rostagnus et Emes et Wilelmus" donated half of revenue from property to the Templars at Richerenches by charter dated 17 Sep 1147, one quarter of which revenue was donated by "Wilelma, Bertrandi de Tauliniano qui fui uxor et mei filii Poncius Gontardus --- et Pelestorz" (presumably indicating that the two families were related)[293].  "Guilelmus de Sabrano…Rostagnus de Sabrano…" promised support to "Raymundo Berengarii comiti Barchinonensi et nepoti tuo Raymundo Berengarii filio fratris tui Berengarii Raymundi" against "Stephania uxor Raymundi de Baucio et Hugo filius eius et Guilelmus et Bertrandus et Gisbertus" by charter dated 1156[294]

m firstly CONSTANCE, daughter of GERAUD Amic & his wife Aymaune --- (-1136). 

m secondly ROSCIE, daughter of RAINON Seigneur d’Uzès et de Caylar & his wife Beatrix --- (-before 1206). 

Rostain & his first wife had two children: 

1.         GUILLAUME [IV] de Sabran (-[1199/1200]).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified.  ["Silvius de Cleireu et…Matelina eius uxor et…Silvius eorum filius" donated property to the Templars at Richerenches by charter dated 15 Oct 1141, witnessed by "Rostagnus de Sabran, --- filius eius, Raimundus filius comitis de Tolosana…"[295].  It is not known whether this document refers to Guillaume.]  Constable of the count of Toulouse in Provence.  "Willelmus de Sabrano constabularius, G. Amicus..." subscribed the charter dated 11 Jan 1160 under which Raymond V Comte de Toulouse donated property[296].  A charter dated Feb 1178 records that “Guillaume de Sabran et Guiralde Amy son frère” were appointed arbitrators in a dispute involving the Agoult family[297].  “Vierna de Agantico [Ganges] et G. Petri eius filius” and "R. de Rochafolio et fratri tuo B. de Andusia...domine Alazaiz filii" swore homage for "castrum de Breissacho" {Brissac} by charter dated May 1189, written “in potestatem G. de Sabrano et R. eius filii[298].  "Willelmus de Sabrano et Rostagnus filius eius...domini R. comitis Tolosani constabuli" donated property to Montesarges by charter dated 1199[299]m ---.  The name of Guillaume’s wife is not known.  Guillaume [IV] & his wife had one child: 

a)         ROSTAIN [III] de Sabran (-[1207/16 Feb 1209]).  “Vierna de Agantico [Ganges] et G. Petri eius filius” and "R. de Rochafolio et fratri tuo B. de Andusia...domine Alazaiz filii" swore homage for "castrum de Breissacho" {Brissac} by charter dated May 1189, written “in potestatem G. de Sabrano et R. eius filii[300]Constable of the count of Toulouse in Provence.  "Willelmus de Sabrano et Rostagnus filius eius...domini R. comitis Tolosani constabuli" donated property to Montesarges by charter dated 1199[301].  It is assumed that he died before the charter dated 16 Feb 1208 (O.S.) in which his cousin Guiraud [II] Amic is called constable (see below).  m firstly (before Sep 1199, divorced) CLEMENCE de Montpellier, daughter of GUILLAUME [VII] Seigneur de Montpellier & his wife Mathilde de Bourgogne (-after 20 Apr 1213).  Under his testament dated 29 Sep 1173, "Guillelmus dominus Montispessulani, filius quondam Sibilie" recalls that he gave "Clementiam filiam meam" to the monastery of Tarn[302].  In his testament dated 4 Nov 1202, Guillaume [VIII] Seigneur de Montpellier named "…Clementiæ sorori meæ…viro suo Rostagno de Sabino"[303].  "Maria filia quondam domini Montispessulani…Regina Aragoniæ, comitissa Barchinonis" granted Montpellier to "Petro…Regi Aragoniæ, comiti Barchinonis marito meo" by charter dated Sep 1205, witnessed by "…Domina Clementia…"[304].  The testament of "Maria regina Aragonum et domina Montispessulani" is dated 20 Apr 1213, naming "dominæ Clementiæ amitæ meæ"[305].   m secondly ([1206]) as her second husband, ALMONDE de Mévouillon, widow of GUIGUES ARTAUD d'Aix, daughter of RAYMOND [III] de Mévouillon & his wife Saure de Fay (-before 4 Mar 1230).  Her first marriage is indicated by the following document: Aalmos sœur de Raymond de Mévouillon” sold “les châteaux de Jansac [Gensac] et de Barnave” to Bertrand Bishop of Dié, donated part of the purchase price for “son âme et son fils Hugues d’Aix”, and promised to obtain the consent of “son fils Rostaing de Sabran et de sa fille Aalais”, by charter dated 10 Jun 1227[306].  "Domna Adalmua uxor quondam domini Rostagni de Sabrano, constabularii domini comitis Tolosani...filiorum meorum Ros. et Guillelmi de Sabrano" donated property to Valbonne, with the consent of "domini Guillelmi de Baucio...princeps Aurasicæ, tutoris liberorum quondam dicti Rostagni de Sabrano", by charter dated 25 Jul 1215[307]The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  Rostain & his second wife had two children: 

i)          ROSTAIN [IV] de Sabran (-after 5 May 1252).  "Domna Adalmua uxor quondam domini Rostagni de Sabrano, constabularii domini comitis Tolosani...filiorum meorum Ros. et Guillelmi de Sabrano" donated property to Valbonne, with the consent of "domini Guillelmi de Baucio...princeps Aurasicæ, tutoris liberorum quondam dicti Rostagni de Sabrano", by charter dated 25 Jul 1215[308]

ii)         GUILLAUME de Sabran"Domna Adalmua uxor quondam domini Rostagni de Sabrano, constabularii domini comitis Tolosani...filiorum meorum Ros. et Guillelmi de Sabrano" donated property to Valbonne, with the consent of "domini Guillelmi de Baucio...princeps Aurasicæ, tutoris liberorum quondam dicti Rostagni de Sabrano", by charter dated 25 Jul 1215[309]

2.         GUIRAUD [I] Amic (-[Feb 1179/1184]).  "Willelmus de Sabrano constabularius, G. Amicus..." subscribed the charter dated 11 Jan 1160 under which Raymond V Comte de Toulouse donated property[310].  A charter dated Feb 1178 records that “Guillaume de Sabran et Guiralde Amy son frère” were appointed arbitrators in a dispute involving the Agoult family[311]m (contract Nov 1152) GALBURGE, daughter of ---.  The marriage contract of "Guiraldus Amicus" and “Gualburgem” is dated Nov 1152[312].  Guiraud & his wife had one child: 

a)         GUIRAUD [II] Amic (-[1213])"...G. Amicus..." subscribed the charter dated 1195 which records a treaty between Guillaume Comte de Forcalquier and Raymond VI Comte de Toulouse[313]Constable of the Count of Toulouse in Provence.  "Guiraldi Amici constabularii nostri" is named in the charter dated 16 Feb 1208 (O.S.) under which Raymond VI Comte de Toulouse granted privileges to the inhabitants of Nîmes[314]m ([1180]) ALIX de Forcalquier, daughter of BERTRAND Comte de Forcalquier & his wife Josceranne de Flotte.  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  She succeeded her brother in 1209 as Ctss de Forcalquier.  “Adalays comitissa Forcalqueriensis uxor quondam Geraudi Amici et mater vicecomitis Forcalquerii” restored “villa Pertusii” to Montmajour by charter dated 9 Apr 1212[315].  Guiraud & his wife had two children: 

i)          GUIRAUD [III] Amic (-1215 before 25 Aug).  “Guillelmus...comes Forcalquerii filius quondam Geraldi Amici” affiliated himself with the Templars by charter dated Dec 1208, witnessed by “domina Comitissa mater prædicti comitis, Geraldus Amici frater eius...[316].  Seigneur du Thor de Châteauneuf [Sabran].  m (before 1208) TIBURGE de Baux, daughter of GUILLAUME de Baux Prince d’Orange & his second wife Anne ---.  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the charter dated 9 May 1222 records a dispute between "Giraud Amic, fils de feu Giraud-Amic et de Tiburge, gendre de Guillaume de Baux prince d'Orange"[317].  Guiraud [III] & his wife had one child: 

(a)       GUIRAUD [IV] Amic (-after 11 Jun 1270).  A charter dated 9 May 1222 records a dispute between "Giraud Amic, fils de feu Giraud-Amic et de Tiburge, gendre de Guillaume de Baux prince d'Orange"[318].  “Raymundus de Baucio major, Raymundus et Willelmus filius eius, Barallus de Baucio filius domini Hugonis de Baucio, Raymundus de Baucio de Aurasica, Geraudus Amicus et Willelmus de Sabrano fratres [error]” agreed to respect the decision of Emperor Friedrich II concerning the war between Toulouse and Provence by charter dated Mar 1233[319]

-         see below

ii)         GUILLAUME (-before 18 Jun 1251).  Comte de Forcalquier.  "W…comes Forcall" confirmed the donation of "domui de Larat" by charter dated Dec 1204[320].  “Adalays comitissa Forcalqueriensis uxor quondam Geraudi Amici et mater vicecomitis Forcalquerii” restored “villa Pertusii” to Montmajour by charter dated 9 Apr 1212[321]

-         COMTES de FORCALQUIER

Rostain & his second wife had two children: 

3.         RAINON [I] de Sabran (-after 30 Nov 1209).  Seigneur du Caylar et d'Ansouis.  “Garsendis uxor quondam Ildefonsi comitis Provinciæ” donated her rights “in comitatu Forcalqueriensi”, granted by “Guillelmo quondam comite Forcalqueriensi avo meo”, to “Raymundo Berengario filio meo” with “filiæ meæ sororis tuæ Garsendis” as substitute should he die, with the consent of “patre meo Raines de Castelar”, by charter dated 30 Nov 1209[322]m firstly ([1178]) GARSINDE de Forcalquier, daughter of GUILLAUME [II] Comte de Forcalquier & his wife Adelais de Béziers (-before 1193).  Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated [3] Jun 1202 under which "Willelmo…comite Forcalquerii filio dominæ comitissæ veterannæ" confirmed the marriage of "Delfino filio dominæ Beatricis…ducissæ Burgundiæ, Albonensis ac Viennensis comitissæ" and "neptem suam…filiam filiæ suæ…Beatricem"[323].  The primary source which confirms her name has not been identified.  m secondly ---.  The name of Rainon’s second wife is not known.  Rainon [I] & his first wife had two children: 

a)         GERSENDE de Sabran .  Ctss de Forcalquier.  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines refers to the wife of "Sanctio [frater rege Petro de Arragonum" [presumably an error for "Alfonso"] as "neptem…comitis de Forcalcarie"[324]Rodrigo of Toledo’s De rebus Hispaniæ records that "Aldefonso" married "neptem comitis Folocalquerii"[325].  A Brevis historia comitum Provinciæ records that "Idelfonsus...comes Provinciæ" married "Gersendem neptem comitis Folocalquerii"[326]Garsendis uxor quondam Ildefonsi comitis Provinciæ” donated her rights “in comitatu Forcalqueriensi”, granted by “Guillelmo quondam comite Forcalqueriensi avo meo”, to “Raymundo Berengario filio meo” with “filiæ meæ sororis tuæ Garsendis” as substitute should he die, with the consent of “patre meo Raines de Castelar”, by charter dated 30 Nov 1209[327].  Nun at Celle 1222.  m (Aix-en-Provence Jul 1193) Infante don ALFONSO BERENGUER de Aragón, son of ALFONSO II King of Aragon & his wife Infanta doña Sancha de Castilla ([1180]-Palermo Feb 1209).  He succeeded his father in 1195 as ALFONSO II Comte de Provence, Millau & Razès. 

b)         BEATRIX de Sabran (1182-after 5 Sep 1215)"Willelmo…comite Forcalquerii filio dominæ comitissæ veterannæ" confirmed the marriage of "Delfino filio dominæ Beatricis…ducissæ Burgundiæ, Albonensis ac Viennensis comitissæ" and "neptem suam…filiam filiæ suæ…Beatricem" and granted her the counties of Embrun and Gap as her dowry, by charter dated [3] Jun 1202[328].  Ctss de Gap et d’Embrun.  The Aymari Rivalli De Allobrogibus records that "Andreas" married "Beatricem, filiam Guillermi Falcaquerii comitis" and inherited "comitatum Falcaquerium" from her, adding in a later passage that he repudiated her for consanguinity[329], although this skips a generation in recording the parentage of Beatrix.  A charter dated 1210 records an agreement between "dominus Andreas Dalfinus" and the church of Embrun, relating to donations by "domino Wilelmo bonæ memoriæ comite Forcalcarii" and "eidem Delfino et uxori eius"[330]m (Saint-Firmin-sur-le-Buech Jun 1202, divorced 1210) as his first wife, ANDRE de Bourgogne, son of HUGUES III Duke of Burgundy [Capet] & his second wife Béatrix de Viennois (1184-14 Mar 1237, bur Grenoble, église collégiale de Saint-André).  He succeeded his mother in 1228 as Comte d'Albon, Dauphin. 

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

c)         GUILLAUME de Sabran dit de Martortello (-before 1260).  "Raino dominus Ucetiæ filius quondam d. Rainonis" sold property, in his name and that of "Guillelmum de Martortel fratrem meum", by charter dated 8 Jul 1223[331]m ERMESENDE, daughter of --- (-after 1260).  Guillaume & his wife had one child: 

i)          ELZEAR de Sabran (-after 29 Apr 1300)Europäische Stammtafeln shows his parentage[332].  The primary source which confirms this information has not been identified.  He travelled to Italy in 1266 with Charles Comte d’Anjou.  Seigneur d’Ansouis, de Cucuron et de Vaugine de la Motte.  He sold his one-eighth share in the seigneurie d’Uzès to the bishop of Uzès in 1280. 

-         CONTI di ARIANO

d)         RAINON [III] (-after 1242).  "Raino dominus Ucetiæ filius quondam d. Rainonis" sold property, in his name and that of "Guillelmum de Martortel fratrem meum", by charter dated 8 Jul 1223[333].  Seigneur de la Tour d’Aigue et d’Uzès.  He sold his one-eighth share in the seigneurie d’Uzès to the bishop of Uzès in 1242.  m ---.  The name of Rainon’s wife is not known.  Rainon [III] & his wife had one child: 

i)          ROSCIEPope Innocent IV issued a dispensation for the marriage of “Berengario de Podio Suriguerio” and “nobili mulieri Roscie filie quondam Rainonis domini Uticensis”, related “in quarto consangunitatis gradu”, dated 20 Oct 1248[334]m (Papal dispensation 20 Oct 1248) BERENGER de Puy-Surgières, son of ---. 

4.         ELZEAR de Sabran (-after 1208).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.   Seigneur d’Uzès. 

-        SEIGNEUR d’UZES

 

 

1.         --- .  m GUILLELME, daughter of ---.  One child: 

a)         GUILLAUME de Sabran"Guillelmus de Sabrano" sold property to Valbonne, with the consent of "domnam Guillelmam matrem meam", by charter dated Apr 1207[335].  "Guillelmus de Sabrano" donated property to Valbonne by charter dated 1213[336]

 

 

GUIRAUD [IV] Amic, son of GUIRAUD [III] Amic Seigneur du Thor de Châteauneuf & his wife Tiburge de Baux (-after 11 Jun 1270).  A charter dated 9 May 1222 records a dispute between "Giraud Amic, fils de feu Giraud-Amic et de Tiburge, gendre de Guillaume de Baux prince d'Orange"[337].  Seigneur du Thour et de Châteauneuf.  “Raymundus de Baucio major, Raymundus et Willelmus filius eius, Barallus de Baucio filius domini Hugonis de Baucio, Raymundus de Baucio de Aurasica, Geraudus Amicus et Willelmus de Sabrano fratres [error]” agreed to respect the decision of Emperor Friedrich II concerning the war between Toulouse and Provence by charter dated Mar 1233[338]

m THERESE Gaucelle de Sabran-Uzès, daughter of RAYMOND de Sabran-Uzès & his wife Guillemette de Lunel. 

Guiraud [IV] & his wife had children[339]

1.         GUIRAUD [V] Amic (-after 1 Jan 1329).  Seigneur du Thour et de Châteauneuf, co-Seigneur de Robion.  Baron de Rochefort.  m firstly (contract 4 Apr 1267) ROSSELINE d’Agoult de Pontevès, daughter of ISNARD d’Agoult dit d’Entrevennes & his wife Béatrix de Rians.  m secondly ([1300]) TIBURGE de Baux, daughter of BERTRAND [IV] de Baux Prince d’Orange & his wife Eléonore de Genève (-before 25 Jul 1314).  Guiraud [IV] & his second wife had children: 

a)         GUIRAUD [VI] Amic (-after 24 Jul 1371).  Seigneur du Thour et de Fournès, co-Seigneur de Châteauneuf, Baron de Rochefort.  m MARGUERITE Adhémar de Monteil, daughter of LAMBERT Adhémar co-Seigneur de Monteil & his wife Douce Gaucelme (-after 26 Sep 1387).  Guiraud & his wife had children: 

i)          RAIMBAUDE Amic A charter dated 1339 records the marriage between Pons seignour de Montlor” and “Raymbaude filhe de...Giraud Amic seigneur du Thor[340]m (1339) PONS Seigneur de Montlaur, son of --- (-after 1357). 

 

 

 

D.      VICOMTES de SISTERON, VICOMTES d’AVIGNON

 

 

1.         AUDEBERT (-[7 Dec 1002/11 Jan 1005]).  A charter dated 987 at Avignon names "Eldebertus judex et Adalelmus frater eius…Aldebertus et eius uxor Teucennis, Adalelmus et eius uxor Belillis"[341]m TEUCINDE, daughter of ---.  A charter dated 987 at Avignon names "Eldebertus judex et Adalelmus frater eius…Aldebertus et eius uxor Teucennis, Adalelmus et eius uxor Belillis"[342].  She founded the abbey of Montmajour. 

2.         ADALELME .  A charter dated 987 at Avignon names "Eldebertus judex et Adalelmus frater eius…Aldebertus et eius uxor Teucennis, Adalelmus et eius uxor Belillis"[343]m BELIELDE, daughter of --- (-after 1036).  A charter dated 987 at Avignon names "Eldebertus judex et Adalelmus frater eius…Aldebertus et eius uxor Teucennis, Adalelmus et eius uxor Belillis"[344].  "Belielda…Carbonello filio suo" donated property "in pago Forojuliensi…in castro Canneto" to Lérins by charter dated 10 Jun [1025/32][345].  "Belliildis…cum filiis meis Carbonello, Berengario atque Amico" donated property "in comitatu Arelatense in loco…Gimellus" to Saint-Victor Marseille, for the soul of "Heldeberti episcopi", by charter dated 1036[346].  Adalelme & his wife had three children: 

a)         CARBONEL (-after 1036).  "Belielda…Carbonello filio suo" donated property "in pago Forojuliensi…in castro Canneto" to Lérins by charter dated 10 Jun [1025/32][347].  "…Carbonellus, Amicus frater suus…" subscribed a charter dated 1031 under which "Goncelenus" donated property to Saint-Victor Marseille[348].  "Belliildis…cum filiis meis Carbonello, Berengario atque Amico" donated property "in comitatu Arelatense in loco…Gimellus" to Saint-Victor Marseille, for the soul of "Heldeberti episcopi", by charter dated 1036[349]

b)         BERENGER (-[14 Feb 1063/13 Jul 1065]).  "Belliildis…cum filiis meis Carbonello, Berengario atque Amico" donated property "in comitatu Arelatense in loco…Gimellus" to Saint-Victor Marseille, for the soul of "Heldeberti episcopi", by charter dated 1036[350]Vicomte [d’Avignon]. 

-        see below

c)         AMIC (-[1050/14 Feb 1063]).  "…Berengerius, Amicus frater suus…" subscribed a charter dated Aug 1031 under which "Bertrandus…comes vel gubernator Provintie regionis" donated property to Saint-Victor Marseille[351].  "…Carbonellus, Amicus frater suus…" subscribed a charter dated 1031 under which "Goncelenus" donated property to Saint-Victor Marseille[352].  "Belliildis…cum filiis meis Carbonello, Berengario atque Amico" donated property "in comitatu Arelatense in loco…Gimellus" to Saint-Victor Marseille, for the soul of "Heldeberti episcopi", by charter dated 1036[353]m ---.  The name of Amic’s wife is not known.  Amic & his wife had four children: 

i)          PIERRE AMIC (-before 1113).  "…Petrus Amicus et fratres sui…Willelmus, Eldebertus et Amicus…" subscribed the charter dated 14 Feb 1063 under which "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny[354].  The document does not specify that the four brothers were sons of Berenger’s deceased son Amic but this appears to be a reasonable hypothesis.  "Petrus et uxor sua et Guiraldus filius eius, Amici" granted tax exemptions to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 28 Jul 1094[355].  "Petrus Amicus et uxor mea Agnes et filii nostri Geraldus, Bertrannus atque Petrus" donated property "locum Sancte Marie…Codognerius…in valle castelli Enversunas in Forojuliensi pago" to Lérins by charter dated to [1094/1110][356]m AGNES, daughter of --- (-after 1113).  "Petrus Amicus et uxor mea Agnes et filii nostri Geraldus, Bertrannus atque Petrus" donated property "locum Sancte Marie…Codognerius…in valle castelli Enversunas in Forojuliensi pago" to Lérins by charter dated to [1094/1110][357].  "Bertrannus Amicus…cum matre mea Agnes et fratre meo Petro" donated property "in territorio de Eversunas" to Lérins by charter dated 1113[358].  Pierre Amic & his wife had three children: 

(a)       GERAUD (-[1112/13]).  "Petrus et uxor sua et Guiraldus filius eius, Amici" granted tax exemptions to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 28 Jul 1094[359].  "Petrus Amicus et uxor mea Agnes et filii nostri Geraldus, Bertrannus atque Petrus" donated property "locum Sancte Marie…Codognerius…in valle castelli Enversunas in Forojuliensi pago" to Lérins by charter dated to [1094/1110][360].  "Geraldus Amici et uxor mea Ayalmus" donated a water course to the church of Avignon by charter dated to [1101/7 Jul 1105][361]m AYAUME, daughter of ---.  "Geraldus Amici et uxor mea Ayalmus" donated a water course to the church of Avignon by charter dated to [1101/7 Jul 1105][362].  Géraud & his wife had one child: 

(1)       CONSTANCE (-1136)m as his first wife, ROSTAIN [II] de Sabran, son of GUILLAUME de Sabran & his wife --- (-1172 or after). 

(b)       BERTRAND AMIC .  "Petrus Amicus et uxor mea Agnes et filii nostri Geraldus, Bertrannus atque Petrus" donated property "locum Sancte Marie…Codognerius…in valle castelli Enversunas in Forojuliensi pago" to Lérins by charter dated to [1094/1110][363].  "Bertrannus Amicus…cum matre mea Agnes et fratre meo Petro" donated property "in territorio de Eversunas" to Lérins by charter dated 1113[364]

(c)       PIERRE (-after 24 Feb 1114).  "Petrus Amicus et uxor mea Agnes et filii nostri Geraldus, Bertrannus atque Petrus" donated property "locum Sancte Marie…Codognerius…in valle castelli Enversunas in Forojuliensi pago" to Lérins by charter dated to [1094/1110][365].  "Bertrannus Amicus…cum matre mea Agnes et fratre meo Petro" donated property "in territorio de Eversunas" to Lérins by charter dated 1113[366]

ii)         GUILLAUME .  "…Petrus Amicus et fratres sui…Willelmus, Eldebertus et Amicus…" subscribed the charter dated 14 Feb 1063 under which "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny[367].  The document does not specify that the four brothers were sons of Berenger’s deceased son Amic but this appears to be a reasonable hypothesis. 

iii)        AUDEBERT .  "…Petrus Amicus et fratres sui…Willelmus, Eldebertus et Amicus…" subscribed the charter dated 14 Feb 1063 under which "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny[368].  The document does not specify that the four brothers were sons of Berenger’s deceased son Amic but this appears to be a reasonable hypothesis. 

iv)       AMIC .  "…Petrus Amicus et fratres sui…Willelmus, Eldebertus et Amicus…" subscribed the charter dated 14 Feb 1063 under which "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny[369].  The document does not specify that the four brothers were sons of Berenger’s deceased son Amic but this appears to be a reasonable hypothesis. 

 

 

BERENGER, son of ADALELME & his wife Belielde --- (-[14 Feb 1063/13 Jul 1065]).  "Bertrannus comes" donated property to Saint-Victor Marseille by undated charter, dated to [1018/32], subscribed by "Beringarius vicecomes"[370].  "Barangarius" confirmed the donation of half of "Turris" by "Aldebertus avunculus meus" to Saint-André-lès-Avignon by charter dated 1030[371].  "…Berengerius, Amicus frater suus…" subscribed a charter dated Aug 1031 under which "Bertrandus…comes vel gubernator Provintie regionis" donated property to Saint-Victor Marseille[372].  "Belliildis…cum filiis meis Carbonello, Berengario atque Amico" donated property "in comitatu Arelatense in loco…Gimellus" to Saint-Victor Marseille, for the soul of "Heldeberti episcopi", by charter dated 1036[373]Vicomte [d’Avignon].  "Berengarius" consented to the foundation of Valence Saint-Rufus by charter dated 1 Jan 1039, signed by "filii sui Rostagnus et Leodegarius"[374].  "Berengarius et uxor mea Girberga" donated property "in comitatu Vensensi…quarta pars ville…Saleta Saramanni" to Saint-Victor Marseille by charter dated 25 Oct [1040], signed by "filii eorum Rostagnus et Berenguerius"[375].  "Bertrannus…marchio sive comes Provincie" granted property "territorio castelli…Forcalcherium" to Saint-Victor Marseille, for the soul of "genitoris mei Willelmi", by charter dated 1044, subscribed by "Berengarius vicecomes, Miro vicecomes, Raiambaldus de Nica, Rostagnus vicecomes…", and renewed by "Vilelmus et Gauzfredus comites sive marchiones Provincie, filii prefati Bertranni" (witnessed by "Berengarius filius Berengarii vicecomitis")[376].  "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny by charter dated 14 Feb 1063, signed by "…Petrus Amicus et fratres sui…Willelmus, Eldebertus et Amicus…Rostagnus et Willelmus et Leodegarius vicecomites, Rostagnus et Raymundus filii Willelmi vicecomitis"[377]

m GERBERGE, daughter of MIRON & his wife Odile --- (-after 14 Feb 1063).  "Berengarius et uxor mea Girberga" donated property "in comitatu Vensensi…quarta pars ville…Saleta Saramanni" to Saint-Victor Marseille by charter dated 25 Oct [1040], signed by "filii eorum Rostagnus et Berenguerius"[378].  Her parentage is confirmed by the undated charter under which her son "Rostagnus…Avinionensis episcopus" donated property, previously given by "Miro quondam avunculus meus" and unjustly retained by "Berengarius frater meus", to Saint-Victor Marseille[379].  "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny by charter dated 14 Feb 1063[380].  "Rostagnus...Avinionensis ecclesie episcopus" confirmed the donation to Marseille Saint-Victor made by "Miro quondam avunculus meus", which had been unjustly taken by “Berengarius frater meus” and donated again after the death of the latter, confirmed by “uxor Willelmi Bertranni comitis videlicet comitissia, Guirberga et filii eius Willelmus, Raimundus, Lothgerius, Rostagnus...”, by charter dated to before 1080[381]

Berenger & his wife had seven children: 

1.         BERENGER (-after 14 Feb 1063).  "Berengarius et uxor mea Girberga" donated property "in comitatu Vensensi…quarta pars ville…Saleta Saramanni" to Saint-Victor Marseille by charter dated 25 Oct [1040], signed by "filii eorum Rostagnus et Berenguerius"[382].  "Berengarius filius Berengarii vicecomitis" witnessed the renewal by "Vilelmus et Gauzfredus comites sive marchiones Provincie, filii prefati Bertranni" of the charter dated 1044 under which "Bertrannus…marchio sive comes Provincie" granted property "territorio castelli…Forcalcherium" to Saint-Victor Marseille, for the soul of "genitoris mei Willelmi"[383].  He succeeded his maternal uncle as Vicomte de Sisteron.  Gérard Bishop of Sisteron founded the church of Saint-Pierre at Fontelane, on the advice of "domni Willelmi Bertranni comitis Provincie et comitisse sue uxoris, domni etiam Berengarii filii Berengarii maioris vicecomitis Sigistericensis" by charter dated 1 May 1055[384].  A charter dated 1 May 1055 records a donation to Saint-Victor, Marseille on the advice of "domni Willelmi Bertranni comitis Provincie et comitisse sue uxoris, domni etiam Berengarii filii Berengarii majoris vicecomitis Sigistericensis sueque mulieris Accelene"[385].  "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny by charter dated 14 Feb 1063[386].  "Rostagnus...Avinionensis ecclesie episcopus" confirmed the donation to Marseille Saint-Victor made by "Miro quondam avunculus meus", which had been unjustly taken by “Berengarius frater meus” and donated again after the death of the latter, confirmed by “uxor Willelmi Bertranni comitis videlicet comitissia, Guirberga et filii eius Willelmus, Raimundus, Lothgerius, Rostagnus...”, by charter dated to before 1080[387]m AISCELINE, daughter of --- (-after 1 May 1055).  A charter dated 1 May 1055 records a donation to Saint-Victor, Marseille on the advice of "domni Willelmi Bertranni comitis Provincie et comitisse sue uxoris, domni etiam Berengarii filii Berengarii majoris vicecomitis Sigistericensis sueque mulieris Accelene"[388]

2.         ROSTAIN (-[30 Jan 1074/Jan 1076]).  "Berengarius" consented to the foundation of Valence Saint-Rufus by charter dated 1 Jan 1039, signed by "filii sui Rostagnus et Leodegarius"[389].  "Berengarius et uxor mea Girberga" donated property "in comitatu Vensensi…quarta pars ville…Saleta Saramanni" to Saint-Victor Marseille by charter dated 25 Oct [1040], signed by "filii eorum Rostagnus et Berenguerius"[390].  "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny by charter dated 14 Feb 1063[391].  "Rostagnus, episcopus Avinionis, filius Berengerii vicecomiti" donated property "sita prope castellum…Forcalcherium" to Saint-Victor Marseille by charter dated to [1065/79][392].  Bishop of Avignon.  He succeeded his brother as Vicomte de Sisteron.  "Rostagnus, sancta Avinionensis ecclesie episcopus" donated property "condaminam quam Miro, quondam avunculus meus, dederat…quam iterum iniuste possessam Berengarius frater meus" which he had recovered "post mortem fratris mei Berengarii", to Saint-Victor Marseille by undated charter, signed by "uxor Willelmi Bertranni comitis, videlicet comitissa, Guirberga et filii eius Willelmus, Raimundus, Lothgerius, Rostagnus"[393].  "Rostagnus, episcopus Avinionis, filius Berengarii vicecomiti" donated "sita prope castellum…Forchalcherium" by charter dated to [1065/75], signed by "Raimundus et Vilelmus, Laugerius et Berengarius fratres"[394].  "Rostagnus...Avinionensis ecclesie episcopus" confirmed the donation to Marseille Saint-Victor made by "Miro quondam avunculus meus", which had been unjustly taken by “Berengarius frater meus” and donated again after the death of the latter, confirmed by “uxor Willelmi Bertranni comitis videlicet comitissia, Guirberga et filii eius Willelmus, Raimundus, Lothgerius, Rostagnus...”, by charter dated to before 1080[395]

3.         RAYMOND "Decan" (-after 12 Jul 1096).  "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny by charter dated 14 Feb 1063[396].  Deacon of Avignon.  "Rostagnus, episcopus Avinionis, filius Berengarii vicecomiti" donated "sita prope castellum…Forchalcherium" by charter dated to [1065/75], signed by "Raimundus et Vilelmus, Laugerius et Berengarius fratres"[397].  "Rostagnus...Avinionensis ecclesie episcopus" confirmed the donation to Marseille Saint-Victor made by "Miro quondam avunculus meus", which had been unjustly taken by “Berengarius frater meus” and donated again after the death of the latter, confirmed by “uxor Willelmi Bertranni comitis videlicet comitissia, Guirberga et filii eius Willelmus, Raimundus, Lothgerius, Rostagnus...”, by charter dated to before 1080[398].  "…Decanus…" signed the charter dated 28 Jul 1094 under which "Raimundus…comes et Provincie marchio" granted tax exemptions to Marseille Saint-Victor, the same document recording that "Raimundus decanus" granted the same privilege[399].  "Raimundus Decanus filius Berengarii et Gisbergæ" donated property "in villa de Ragnenatis" to the church of Avignon by charter dated Jan 1096, signed by "Leodeguarius frater eius, Rostagnus Berenguarius alius frater…"[400]

-        SEIGNEURS de POSQUIERES

4.         GUILLAUME (-before Jan 1096).  "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny by charter dated 14 Feb 1063[401].  "Rostagnus, episcopus Avinionis, filius Berengarii vicecomiti" donated "sita prope castellum…Forchalcherium" by charter dated to [1065/75], signed by "Raimundus et Vilelmus, Laugerius et Berengarius fratres"[402].  "Rostagnus...Avinionensis ecclesie episcopus" confirmed the donation to Marseille Saint-Victor made by "Miro quondam avunculus meus", which had been unjustly taken by “Berengarius frater meus” and donated again after the death of the latter, confirmed by “uxor Willelmi Bertranni comitis videlicet comitissia, Guirberga et filii eius Willelmus, Raimundus, Lothgerius, Rostagnus...”, by charter dated to before 1080[403]Vicomte de Sisteron.  "Rostagnus et Willelmus et Leodegarius vicecomites, Rostagnus et Raymundus filii Willelmi vicecomitis" signed a charter dated to [1075/96][404]m ---.  The name of Guillaume’s wife is not known.  Guillaume & his wife had two children: 

a)         ROSTAIN (-after Oct 1110).  "Rostagnus et Willelmus et Leodegarius vicecomites, Rostagnus et Raymundus filii Willelmi vicecomitis" signed a charter dated to [1075/96][405].  Canon at Avignon. 

b)         RAYMOND (-before Oct 1110).  "Rostagnus et Willelmus et Leodegarius vicecomites, Rostagnus et Raymundus filii Willelmi vicecomitis" signed a charter dated to [1075/96][406]

5.         LAUGER (-[Jan 1096/Feb 1099]).  "Berengarius" consented to the foundation of Valence Saint-Rufus by charter dated 1 Jan 1039, signed by "filii sui Rostagnus et Leodegarius"[407].  "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny by charter dated 14 Feb 1063[408].  "Rostagnus, episcopus Avinionis, filius Berengarii vicecomiti" donated "sita prope castellum…Forchalcherium" by charter dated to [1065/75], signed by "Raimundus et Vilelmus, Laugerius et Berengarius fratres"[409].  "Rostagnus...Avinionensis ecclesie episcopus" confirmed the donation to Marseille Saint-Victor made by "Miro quondam avunculus meus", which had been unjustly taken by “Berengarius frater meus” and donated again after the death of the latter, confirmed by “uxor Willelmi Bertranni comitis videlicet comitissia, Guirberga et filii eius Willelmus, Raimundus, Lothgerius, Rostagnus...”, by charter dated to before 1080[410]Vicomte de Sisteron.  "Rostagnus et Willelmus et Leodegarius vicecomites, Rostagnus et Raymundus filii Willelmi vicecomitis" signed a charter dated to [1075/96][411].  "Raimundus Decanus filius Berengarii et Gisbergæ" donated property "in villa de Ragnenatis" to the church of Avignon by charter dated Jan 1096, signed by "Leodeguarius frater eius, Rostagnus Berenguarius alius frater…"[412]

6.         ROSTAIN BERENGER (-[Jun 1101/Jun 1105]).  "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny by charter dated 14 Feb 1063[413].  "Rostagnus, episcopus Avinionis, filius Berengarii vicecomiti" donated "sita prope castellum…Forchalcherium" by charter dated to [1065/75], signed by "Raimundus et Vilelmus, Laugerius et Berengarius fratres"[414].  "Rostagnus...Avinionensis ecclesie episcopus" confirmed the donation to Marseille Saint-Victor made by "Miro quondam avunculus meus", which had been unjustly taken by “Berengarius frater meus” and donated again after the death of the latter, confirmed by “uxor Willelmi Bertranni comitis videlicet comitissia, Guirberga et filii eius Willelmus, Raimundus, Lothgerius, Rostagnus...”, by charter dated to before 1080[415].  "Raimundus Decanus filius Berengarii et Gisbergæ" donated property "in villa de Ragnenatis" to the church of Avignon by charter dated Jan 1096, signed by "Leodeguarius frater eius, Rostagnus Berenguarius alius frater…"[416]Vicomte d’Avignon.  "Rostagnus Berengarii et uxor mea…Hermensendis filii mei Forojuliensis episcopus Berengarius et vicecomes Gausfredus et Bertrannus et Raimundus et Petrus Berengarii" donated property to the church of Avignon by charter dated Jun 1101[417]m ERMESINDE, daughter of --- (-after Jun 1101).  "Rostagnus filius Barangarii et uxor mea Ermesens" confirmed donations to Saint-André-lès-Avignon by charter dated 1075[418].  "Rostagnus Berengarii et uxor mea…Hermensendis filii mei Forojuliensis episcopus Berengarius et vicecomes Gausfredus et Bertrannus et Raimundus et Petrus Berengarii" donated property to the church of Avignon by charter dated Jun 1101[419].  "Ermensenz mulier Rostagno Berenguerio" swore homage to "Adalax comitissa filia Adalax comitissa" by undated charter[420].  Rostain & his wife had five children: 

a)         GEOFFROY (-after 1146).  "Rostagnus Berengarii et uxor mea…Hermensendis filii mei Forojuliensis episcopus Berengarius et vicecomes Gausfredus et Bertrannus et Raimundus et Petrus Berengarii" donated property to the church of Avignon by charter dated Jun 1101[421]Vicomte d’Avignon.  "Gaufredus vicecomes et…filii eius…Berengarius et…Guillelmus Berengarii" are named in a charter dated to [1123/42][422]m ---.  The name of Geoffroy’s wife is not known.  Geoffroy & his wife had two children: 

i)          BERENGER (-before Apr 1195).  "Gaufredus vicecomes et…filii eius…Berengarius et…Guillelmus Berengarii" are named in a charter dated to [1123/42][423]Vicomte d’Avignonm ---.  The name of Berenger’s wife is not known.  Berenger & his wife had one child: 

(a)       BERENGER du Pont (-after 23 Feb 1218).  "Berengarius de Ponte filius Berengarii vicecomitis filii quondam Gaufredi vicecomitis" confirmed his father’s and grandfather’s homage to the bishop of Avignon by charter dated Apr 1195[424].  Ancestor of the family du Pont[425]

ii)         GUILLAUME BERENGER .  "Gaufredus vicecomes et…filii eius…Berengarius et…Guillelmus Berengarii" are named in a charter dated to [1123/42][426]

b)         BERENGER (-5 Jul 1131).  "Rostagnus Berengarii et uxor mea…Hermensendis filii mei Forojuliensis episcopus Berengarius et vicecomes Gausfredus et Bertrannus et Raimundus et Petrus Berengarii" donated property to the church of Avignon by charter dated Jun 1101[427].  Bishop of Fréjus. 

c)         BERTRAND (-after Jun 1101).  "Rostagnus Berengarii et uxor mea…Hermensendis filii mei Forojuliensis episcopus Berengarius et vicecomes Gausfredus et Bertrannus et Raimundus et Petrus Berengarii" donated property to the church of Avignon by charter dated Jun 1101[428]

d)         RAYMOND (-after Jun 1101).  "Rostagnus Berengarii et uxor mea…Hermensendis filii mei Forojuliensis episcopus Berengarius et vicecomes Gausfredus et Bertrannus et Raimundus et Petrus Berengarii" donated property to the church of Avignon by charter dated Jun 1101[429]

e)         PIERRE BERENGER (-after 27 Apr 1153).  "Rostagnus Berengarii et uxor mea…Hermensendis filii mei Forojuliensis episcopus Berengarius et vicecomes Gausfredus et Bertrannus et Raimundus et Petrus Berengarii" donated property to the church of Avignon by charter dated Jun 1101[430]

7.         BERTRAND .  "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny by charter dated 14 Feb 1063[431]

 

 

1.         MIRON (-[15 Sep 1003/11 May 1004]).  "Miro et conjux mea Odila" donated property to Saint-Pons by charter dated 9 Dec 999 at Lurs[432].  "…Domni Mironi…" is named in a charter at Nice dated 22 Aug 1002[433].  A charter dated 15 Sep 1003 names "…Mironi vel uxore sua Odila…"[434]m as her first husband, ODILE, daughter of ---.  "Miro et conjux mea Odila" donated property to Saint-Pons by charter dated 9 Dec 999 at Lurs[435].  A charter dated 15 Sep 1003 names "…Mironi vel uxore sua Odila…"[436].  She married secondly (before 30 Dec 1010) Laugier.  "Loger et Hodila et Pontius…episcopus et Mironi" donated property to the church at Nice, for the soul of "domni Mironi qui fuit quondam", by charter dated 30 Nov 1011[437].   “Odila et filii mei Pontius et Bermundus et Mironi” donated property “prope civitate Cimela” to Nice Saint-Pons, for the souls of “...Mironi genitori nostro et Lodgerio rectore nostro”, by undated charter[438].  Miro & his wife had five children: 

a)         PONS (-29 May 1030).  “Odila et filii mei Pontius et Bermundus et Mironi” donated property “prope civitate Cimela” to Nice Saint-Pons, for the souls of “...Mironi genitori nostro et Lodgerio rectore nostro”, by undated charter[439].  "Loger et Hodila et Pontius…episcopus et Mironi" donated property to the church at Nice, for the soul of "domni Mironi qui fuit quondam", by charter dated 30 Nov 1011[440].   "Poncius…episcopus" donated property to the church at Nice, for the souls of "ienitore meo Mirone et genitrice mea Odila et germano meo Mirone et Guilielmo", by charter dated Mar 1018[441].   Bishop of Nice 1011. 

b)         BERMOND .  “Odila et filii mei Pontius et Bermundus et Mironi” donated property “prope civitate Cimela” to Nice Saint-Pons, for the souls of “...Mironi genitori nostro et Lodgerio rectore nostro”, by undated charter[442]

c)         MIRON (-after 1062).  “Odila et filii mei Pontius et Bermundus et Mironi” donated property “prope civitate Cimela” to Nice Saint-Pons, for the souls of “...Mironi genitori nostro et Lodgerio rectore nostro”, by undated charter[443].  The undated charter of Rostain Bishop of Avignon (see above) confirms that Miro was his "avunculus", maternal uncle if the term is used precisely.  "Loger et Hodila et Pontius…episcopus et Mironi" donated property to the church at Nice, for the soul of "domni Mironi qui fuit quondam", by charter dated 30 Nov 1011[444].   "Poncius…episcopus" donated property to the church at Nice, for the souls of "ienitore meo Mirone et genitrice mea Odila et germano meo Mirone et Guilielmo", by charter dated Mar 1018[445].   "Bertrannus…marchio sive comes Provincie" granted property "territorio castelli…Forcalcherium" to Saint-Victor Marseille, for the soul of "genitoris mei Willelmi", by charter dated 1044, subscribed by "Berengarius vicecomes, Miro vicecomes, Raiambaldus de Nica, Rostagnus vicecomes…"[446]Vicomte de Sisteron.  "Miro vicecomes Sistericensis, frater Raimbaldi" donated property "in comitatu Cimelensi sive Niciensi in territorio castelli sive ville…Contenes" to Saint-Victor, Marseille by charter dated 23 Apr 1057[447].  "Rostagnus, sancta Avinionensis ecclesie episcopus" donated property "condaminam quam Miro, quondam avunculus meus, dederat…quam iterum iniuste possessam Berengarius frater meus" which he had recovered "post mortem fratris mei Berengarii", to Saint-Victor Marseille by undated charter[448].  "Raimbaldus...et filiis suis ac Laugerio, Raimbaldo scilicet et Bertranno" donated "monasterium sancti Verani…in pago Vinciensi" to Lérins by charter dated 1062, confirmed by “Milo frater eius, Aldebertus episcopus, Petrus Rostagnus...[449]m LEUTGARDE, daughter of --- (-after 1042).  "Miro et uxor sua Leotguarda" donated property "in comitatu Venciense in villa…Trigantio" to Saint-Victor, Marseille by charter dated 1042[450].  Miron & his wife had three children: 

i)          PIERRE .  “Petrus, Rostagnus, Pontius fratres et domini Sistarici” compensated the bishop of Sisteron for damage caused by charter dated to [1075][451]

ii)         ROSTAIN .  “Petrus, Rostagnus, Pontius fratres et domini Sistarici” compensated the bishop of Sisteron for damage caused by charter dated to [1075][452]

iii)        PONS .  “Petrus, Rostagnus, Pontius fratres et domini Sistarici” compensated the bishop of Sisteron for damage caused by charter dated to [1075][453]

d)         GUILLAUME .  "Poncius…episcopus" donated property to the church at Nice, for the souls of "ienitore meo Mirone et genitrice mea Odila et germano meo Mirone et Guilielmo", by charter dated Mar 1018[454].  

e)         GERBERGE (-after 14 Feb 1063).  Her parentage is confirmed by the undated charter under which her son "Rostagnus…Avinionensis episcopus" donated property, previously given by "Miro quondam avunculus meus" and unjustly retained by "Berengarius frater meus", to Saint-Victor Marseille[455].  "Berengarius et uxor mea Girberga" donated property "in comitatu Vensensi…quarta pars ville…Saleta Saramanni" to Saint-Victor Marseille by charter dated 25 Oct [1040], signed by "filii eorum Rostagnus et Berenguerius"[456].  "Barangarius", with the consent of "uxoris meæ Gisberge et filiorum meorum…Rostagni episcopi et Berengarii, Raymundi, Willelmi, Leodegarii, Rostagni, Bertranni", donated "ecclesiam Sancte Trinitatis…in territorio Avennicensi in castro…Pons Sorgie" to Cluny by charter dated 14 Feb 1063[457].  "Rostagnus...Avinionensis ecclesie episcopus" confirmed the donation to Marseille Saint-Victor made by "Miro quondam avunculus meus", which had been unjustly taken by “Berengarius frater meus” and donated again after the death of the latter, confirmed by “uxor Willelmi Bertranni comitis videlicet comitissia, Guirberga et filii eius Willelmus, Raimundus, Lothgerius, Rostagnus...”, by charter dated to before 1080[458]m BERENGER Vicomte, son of ADALELME & his wife Belielde --- (-[14 Feb 1063/13 Jul 1065]). 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 3.    CAVAILLAN

 

 

 

A.      VICOMTES de CAVAILLAN

 

 

1.         NIBELUNG [I] .  Vicomte.  "Wilelmus comes" granted property "in comitatu Avenionense" to "Archimbalde filius meus clericus" by charter dated 962, signed by "Boso, comes ad vicem patris sui Wilelmi…Nevelongo vicecomite"[459]

 

2.         NIBELUNG [II] (-[1016/4 Aug 1018]).  "Nevelongus et uxor mea Theucenia…cum filiis nostris Rainaldo, Wilelmo, Leufredo" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1016[460]m TEUCINDE, daughter of ---.  "Nevelongus et uxor mea Theucenia…cum filiis nostris Rainaldo, Wilelmo, Leufredo" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1016[461].  Nibelung [II] & his wife had three children: 

a)         RAINAUD (-[1038/43]).  "Nevelongus et uxor mea Theucenia…cum filiis nostris Rainaldo, Wilelmo, Leufredo" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1016[462]Vicomte.  "Rainaldus vice chomis, Wilelmus vice comis, Leufredus vice comes" signed a charter dated 1008 under which Enguerrand Bishop of Carvaillon donated property to the church of Saint-Marcel de la Sorgue[463].  "Rainaldus et filii mei Poncius et Nevolongus et uxor mea Odila et filiis nostris" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1033[464].  "Rainaldus et filius meus Pontius" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1038, signed by "Domna Gualdrada…"[465]m firstly ---.  The name of Rainaud’s first wife is not known.  However, this marriage is confirmed by the charter dated 1033, the wording of which distinguishes his two named sons from his sons born from his marriage to Odile.  m secondly ODILE, daughter of ---.  "Rainaldus et filii mei Poncius et Nevolongus et uxor mea Odila et filiis nostris" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1033[466].  Rainaud & his first wife had two children: 

i)          PONS (-after 1043).  "Poncius filius Rainaldi et uxor mea Gotholen" confirmed donations of "ecclesie sancte Perpetue" and donated his part of "ecclesia sancti Petri de villa Bruniola" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated to [1025][467].  "Rainaldus et filii mei Poncius et Nevolongus et uxor mea Odila et filiis nostris" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1033[468].  "Rainaldus et filius meus Pontius" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1038, signed by "Domna Gualdrada…"[469].  "Pontius filius Rainaldi" donated his share in "ecclesia sancti Petri de villa Bruniola" inherited from "patre vel avunculo meo Guilelmo et filiis suis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1043[470]m GOTHOLEN, daughter of ---.  "Poncius filius Rainaldi et uxor mea Gotholen" confirmed donations of "ecclesie sancte Perpetue" and donated his part of "ecclesia sancti Petri de villa Bruniola" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated to [1025][471]

ii)         NIBELUNG .  "Rainaldus et filii mei Poncius et Nevolongus et uxor mea Odila et filiis nostris" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1033[472]

Rainaud & his second wife had [---] children: 

iii)        sons .  "Rainaldus et filii mei Poncius et Nevolongus et uxor mea Odila et filiis nostris" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1033[473]

b)         GUILLAUME .  "Nevelongus et uxor mea Theucenia…cum filiis nostris Rainaldo, Wilelmo, Leufredo" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1016[474]Vicomte.  "Rainaldus vice chomis, Wilelmus vice comis, Leufredus vice comes" signed a charter dated 1008 under which Enguerrand Bishop of Carvaillon donated property to the church of Saint-Marcel de la Sorgue[475].  "Pontius filius Rainaldi" donated his share in "ecclesia sancti Petri de villa Bruniola" inherited from "patre vel avunculo meo Guilelmo et filiis suis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1043[476]

c)         LEUFREY .  "Nevelongus et uxor mea Theucenia…cum filiis nostris Rainaldo, Wilelmo, Leufredo" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1016[477]Vicomte.  "Rainaldus vice chomis, Wilelmus vice comis, Leufredus vice comes" signed a charter dated 1008 under which Enguerrand Bishop of Carvaillon donated property to the church of Saint-Marcel de la Sorgue[478]

3.         ENGUERRAND (-after 1016).  Bishop of Cavaillon 979.  "Ingilrannus episcopus" donated his part in property "in villa…Bruniola" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated to [1012][479].  "Ingilrannus et fideli mea…Adalgude" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1016[480]Mistress: ADALGUDE, daughter of --- (-1042 or after).  "Ingilrannus et fideli mea…Adalgude" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1016[481].  "…Adalgus femina et filii mei Guilelmus, Amelius, Rainaldus, Geraldus…et nepotes filiorum meorum Ripertus, Petrus" donated their shares in "ecclesie sancti Petri…in villa…Brugnola" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1042[482].  Enguerrand had four illegitimate children by Mistress (1): 

a)         GUILLAUME .  "Geraldus…Rainaldus" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated to [1012], signed by "Adalgus mater eius…Amelius, Wilelmus…"[483].  "…Adalgus femina et filii mei Guilelmus, Amelius, Rainaldus, Geraldus…et nepotes filiorum meorum Ripertus, Petrus" donated their shares in "ecclesie sancti Petri…in villa…Brugnola" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1042[484]

b)         AMELIUS .  "Geraldus…Rainaldus" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated to [1012], signed by "Adalgus mater eius…Amelius, Wilelmus…"[485].  "…Adalgus femina et filii mei Guilelmus, Amelius, Rainaldus, Geraldus…et nepotes filiorum meorum Ripertus, Petrus" donated their shares in "ecclesie sancti Petri…in villa…Brugnola" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1042[486].  "Amelius filius episcopus Ingilrannus" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1044[487]

c)          RAINAUD .  "Geraldus…Rainaldus" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated to [1012], signed by "Adalgus mater eius…Amelius, Wilelmus…"[488].  "…Adalgus femina et filii mei Guilelmus, Amelius, Rainaldus, Geraldus…et nepotes filiorum meorum Ripertus, Petrus" donated their shares in "ecclesie sancti Petri…in villa…Brugnola" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1042[489]

d)         GERAUD .  "Geraldus…Rainaldus" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated to [1012], signed by "Adalgus mater eius…Amelius, Wilelmus…"[490].  "…Adalgus femina et filii mei Guilelmus, Amelius, Rainaldus, Geraldus…et nepotes filiorum meorum Ripertus, Petrus" donated their shares in "ecclesie sancti Petri…in villa…Brugnola" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1042[491]m ---.  The name of Géraud’s wife is not known.  Géraud & his wife had two children: 

i)          AICARD (-after 2 Jun 1074).  A charter dated 2 Jun 1074 records the settlement between the abbot of Marseille Saint-Victor and "infants Geraldi qui vocatus est Episcopalis…Aicardus et Laufredus"[492]

ii)         LEUFREY (-after 2 Jun 1074).  A charter dated 2 Jun 1074 records the settlement between the abbot of Marseille Saint-Victor and "infants Geraldi qui vocatus est Episcopalis…Aicardus et Laufredus"[493]

 

 

 

 

Chapter 4.    MARSEILLE

 

 

A.      VICOMTES de MARSEILLE

 

 

The county of Marseille lay west of the county of Toulon, south of the county of Aix, and east of the county of Arles[494]

 

 

ARLULF, son of --- (-after Mar 965).  Konrad King of Germany noted that "Arlulfus" held "in curte de Tresia…ex comitatu Marsiliacense…in comitatu Aquense" by charter dated 18 Aug 950[495].  "Miles nobilissimus…Arlulfus pater Willelmi et Aicardi" is named in a charter of Monmajour dated 12 Aug 1060[496].  "Bosoni comitis, filii Rothboldi quondam" restored property to Saint-Victor, in the presence of "virorum Arelatensium…Pontio vicecomitis, Arlulfo…", by charter dated Mar 965[497]

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

Arlulf & his wife had three children: 

1.         HONORAT (-6 Feb 977).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  Bishop of Marseille 949.  "Honoratus…sancte sedis Massiliensis episcopus" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 31 Oct [965/77] subscribed by "domnus Guillelmus frater suus vicecomes et uxor sua Biliildis…cum filiis suis Pontio et Guillelmo"[498].  "Pontius…Massiliensis ecclesie pontifex" names "bone memorie…domus Honoratus prefate civitatis episcopus ac frater eius domnus Guillelmus vicecomes" in his charter dated 1005 specifying that he was "filiusque suus [Guillelmus vicecomes]" and that he succeeded "avunculo suo" as bishop[499]

2.         GUILLAUME (-[15 Oct 1004/1005]).  "Miles nobilissimus…Arlulfus pater Willelmi et Aicardi" is named in a charter of Monmajour dated 12 Aug 1060[500].  "Honoratus…sancte sedis Massiliensis episcopus" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 31 Oct [965/77] subscribed by "domnus Guillelmus frater suus vicecomes et uxor sua Biliildis…cum filiis suis Pontio et Guillelmo"[501].  "Pontius…Massiliensis ecclesie pontifex" names "bone memorie…domus Honoratus prefate civitatis episcopus ac frater eius domnus Guillelmus vicecomes" in his charter dated 1005[502]Vicomte de Marseille.  He became a Benedictine monk[503]m firstly BELIELDIS, daughter of ---.  "Wilelmum vicecomitem et uxorem suam Belieldem" were parties to donations with "Pontium episcopum…sedis Massiliensis ecclesiæ" dated 6 Mar 977 and 6 Feb 984[504]m secondly (before [993]) ERMENGARDE, daughter of --- (-after 13 Oct 1004).  An addition to a charter dated to [993] records that "uxori sue Ermengarde, quam postea duxit" donated property to Saint-Victor after the death of "uxore sua" (referring to "Wilelmo vicecomite"), with the advice of "Arlulfo filio suo"[505].  "Pontius presul civitatis Massiliensis eiusque genitor Wilelmus eiusdem civitatis vicecomes…uxor mea Ermengarda" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated Dec 1001, subscribed by "Ermengarda suprascripta, Astrude filia sua"[506].  "Wilelmus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 13 Oct 1004 subscribed by "…Ermengarda mulier domni Wilelmi…"[507].  Guillaume & his first wife had six children: 

a)         ARLULF (-after [993]).  An addition to a charter dated to [993] records that "uxori sue Ermengarde, quam postea duxit" donated property to Saint-Victor after the death of "uxore sua" (referring to "Wilelmo vicecomite"), with the advice of "Arlulfo filio suo"[508]

b)         PONS ([950/60][509]-Marseille 30 Mar 1015).  "Guillelmus…vicecomes…cum filiis suis Pontio et Guillelmo" are named in a charter of "Honoratus…sedis Massiliensis episcopus" dated 31 Oct 966[510].  “Pontius abba” confirmed an agreement between “Adalardum abbatem S. Victoris et Willelmum vicecomitem Massiliæ” relating to “villa Cathedræ”, by charter dated 993 which specifies that Guillaume and Pons were brothers[511].  "Pontius presul civitatis Massiliensis, eiusque genitor Wilelmus eiusdem civitatis vicecomes" jointly signed a charter dated Dec 1001[512].  "Wilelmus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 13 Oct 1004 subscribed by "…domnus Pontius episcopus, Guilelmus frater suus, Fulco, Aicardus…"[513].  "Pontius…Massiliensis ecclesie episcopus" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1008 which names "progenitoribus meis Guillelmo et Bellielde"[514].  Bishop of Marseille 977-1008.  He resigned to become a monk at Saint-Victor[515]

c)         GUILLAUME [II] (-before 14 May 1050).  "Guillelmus…vicescomes…cum filiis suis Pontio et Guillelmo" are named in a charter of "Honoratus…sedis Massiliensis episcopus" dated 31 Oct 966[516].  He succeeded his father as Vicomte de Marseille

-        see below

d)         AICARD (-[after 19 Jun 1020]).  990.  "Wilelmus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 13 Oct 1004 subscribed by "…domnus Pontius episcopus, Guilelmus frater suus, Fulco, Aicardus…"[517].  "Pontius episcopus, Guillelmus frater eius, Aicardus frater eius" subscribed the charter dated 19 Jun 1020 under which "Fulco cum uxore mea Odila" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille[518].  It is unclear whether "frater eius" in this charter refers to "Pontius episcopus" or the donor.  It is clear that "Pontius episcopus" was the nephew of the donor as the latter's brother of the same name had died in 1015.  However, it is suggested that the other two subscribers were the brothers of Foulques rather than his nephew, as all other contemporary charters which name the brothers of the younger bishop Pons list all his brothers not just Guillaume and Aicard. 

e)         BILILDE (-after 13 Dec [1010]).  "Billiellis femina filia qui fui condam Guillelmi vicecomitis Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 13 Dec [1010] subscribed by "Gaufredus nepos meus"[519]

f)          FOULQUES (-after 1 Jan 1067).  "Wilelmus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 13 Oct 1004 subscribed by "…domnus Pontius episcopus, Guilelmus frater suus, Fulco, Aicardus…"[520].  "Guillelmus vicecomes Massilicensis…et frater eius Fulco" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 15 Oct 1010[521].  "Wilelmus comes Provincie conjuxque mea Girberga cum filio nostro...Wilelmo" donated "in comitatu Sisterico, intra terminos de villa…Manuasca" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1013, subscribed by “Wilelmus comes Provincie...domna Guirberga...comitissa, domnus Wilelmus eorum...soboles, Guillelmus vicecomes, Fulco frater eius, Accelena et Odila, Villelmus filius Villemi...[522].  "Guilelmus et Fulcho frater meus…vicecomites" made a donation dated 8 Jan [1014/19][523].  "Wilelmo…et Fulcone fratre eius" made a donation dated 17 Apr [1020][524].  "Guillelmus vicecomes Massilie…et frater meus Fulco" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated [1030][525].  "Poncius Massiliensis episcopus…et domnus Fulco vicecomes avunculus meus…et Guilelmus et Gozfredus fratres mei et filii eiusdem Guilelmi Fulco et Gosfredus" made a joint donation dated 1056[526].  "Fulco, Belliildis quondam filius" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1059[527].  "Pontius urbis Massilie episcopus cum domno Fulcone suo avunculo et vicecomite et cum fratribus suis…Vuilielmo, Gosfredo" confirmed the election of Bernard as abbé de Saint-Victor dated [19 May] 1065[528]m (before 23 Apr 1--5) ODILE, sister of LAMBERT Barletta, daughter of ---.  1005/[1060].  "Nos fratres Wilelmus atque Fulco una cum uxoribus nostris Accelena…atque Odila simulque cum liberis nostris Guilelmo, Poncio, Aicardo atque Fulcone" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1014[529].  The primary source which confirms her origin has not yet been identified.  "Wilelmus comes Provincie conjuxque mea Girberga cum filio nostro...Wilelmo" donated "in comitatu Sisterico, intra terminos de villa…Manuasca" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1013, subscribed by “Wilelmus comes Provincie...domna Guirberga...comitissa, domnus Wilelmus eorum...soboles, Guillelmus vicecomes, Fulco frater eius, Accelena et Odila, Villelmus filius Villemi...[530].  "Guilelmus et Fulcho frater meus…vicecomites" made a donation dated 8 Jan [1014/19] jointly with "uxores nostre Aicelina et Odila"[531].  "Fulcho et uxor mea Odila" made a donation dated 1030[532].  "Odila" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated [1060] signed by "Fulco et uxor eius" and subscribed by "Lanbertus frater Odila"[533]

Guillaume & his second wife had [one] child: 

g)         [AUSTRUDE .  "Pontius presul civitatis Massiliensis eiusque genitor Wilelmus eiusdem civitatis vicecomes…uxor mea Ermengarda" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated Dec 1001, subscribed by "Ermengarda suprascripta, Astrude filia sua"[534].  It is not clear from this document whether Austrude was Ermengarde’s daughter by Vicomte Guillaume or by an otherwise unrecorded earlier marriage.  The date of Austrude’s marriage is suggested by the charter dated 13 Oct 1004 under which "Wilelmus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 13 Oct 1004 subscribed by "…Ermengarda mulier domni Wilelmi, Lambertus…"[535].  "Lambertus et uxor mea Austrus" donated property "in comitatu Aquensi in castro Cucurone" to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1017[536].  "Lambertus et uxor mea Austrudis, Amicus et uxor mea Ermengarda, Raimbaldus et uxor mea Gisla" donated property "in Lupum et…territorium Cagne castelli" to Lérins by charter dated 1033[537].  "Lambertus et uxor mea domna Austrus et filii nostri Fulco et Wilelmus" donated property two serfs to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 21 Nov 1034[538]m ([Dec 1001/15 Oct 1004]) LAMBERT de Vence "Barbeta", son of --- (-after 1041).] 

3.         AICARD .  "Miles nobilissimus…Arlulfus pater Willelmi et Aicardi" is named in a charter of Monmajour dated 12 Aug 1060[539].  977/1008.  m LEUTGARDE, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  1008. 

 

 

GUILLAUME [II] de Marseille, son of GUILLAUME [I] Vicomte de Marseille & his first wife Belieldis --- (-before 14 May 1050).  "Guillelmus…vicescomes…cum filiis suis Pontio et Guillelmo" are named in a charter of "Honoratus…sedis Massiliensis episcopus" dated 31 Oct 966[540].  He succeeded his father as Vicomte de Marseille.  “Pontius abba” confirmed an agreement between “Adalardum abbatem S. Victoris et Willelmum vicecomitem Massiliæ” relating to “villa Cathedræ”, by charter dated 993 which specifies that Guillaume and Pons were brothers[541].  "Wilelmus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 13 Oct 1004 subscribed by "…domnus Pontius episcopus, Guilelmus frater suus, Fulco, Aicardus…"[542].  "Wilelmus comes Provincie conjuxque mea Girberga cum filio nostro...Wilelmo" donated "in comitatu Sisterico, intra terminos de villa…Manuasca" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1013, subscribed by “Wilelmus comes Provincie...domna Guirberga...comitissa, domnus Wilelmus eorum...soboles, Guillelmus vicecomes, Fulco frater eius, Accelena et Odila, Villelmus filius Villemi...[543]

m firstly (before 15 Oct 1004) AISCELINE, daughter of [GUILLAUME & his wife ---] (-before 1019).  "Wilelmus comes Provincie conjuxque mea Girberga cum filio nostro...Wilelmo" donated "in comitatu Sisterico, intra terminos de villa…Manuasca" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1013, subscribed by “Wilelmus comes Provincie...domna Guirberga...comitissa, domnus Wilelmus eorum...soboles, Guillelmus vicecomes, Fulco frater eius, Accelena et Odila, Villelmus filius Villemi...[544].  "Nos fratres Wilelmus atque Fulco una cum uxoribus nostris Accelena…atque Odila simulque cum liberis nostris Guilelmo, Poncio, Aicardo atque Fulcone" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1014[545].  "Guilelmus et Fulcho frater meus…vicecomites" made a donation dated 8 Jan [1014/19] jointly with "uxores nostre Aicelina et Odila"[546].  Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 13 Oct 1059 under which "Gauzfredus et Vugo [ancestors of the Rians and Baux families]...et Vuilelmus juvenis nepos noster [son of Aisceline, see below] et uxor sua Adalgrada et filii sui Fulcho et Gauzfredus et Pontius et Aicardus..." donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor[547]

m secondly (before 1019) ETIENNETTE, daughter of --- (-1055 or after).  "Vilelmus quoque vicecomes Massilie et uxor eius Stephana necnon filii illorum Poncius videl, episcopus atque fratres sui Vilelmus iuvenis et Aicardus sive Josfredus, Stephanus quoque atque Bertrannus necnon et Petrus" signed a charter dated 1039[548].  The primary source which confirms her origin has not yet been identified.  "Willelmus et uxor mea Stephana et filii mei Poncius episcopi, Willelmus atque Aicardus et Gaufredus et Bertrannus et Petrus" signed a charter dated 13 Apr 1045[549].  "Gauzfredus marchio sive comes Provincie" consented to the donation by "Guillelmus vicecomes Massiliensis et uxor mea Stephana et filii mei…Stephanus et Bertrannus et Petrus" to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1045[550].   "Petrus Wilelmi condam vicecomitis Massiliensis filius et mater mea domna Stephana et uxor mea…Theucia" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1055[551].  Her parentage is unknown.  Szabolcs de Vajay states that “il reste établi qu’elle appartenait au clan des Baux, étant la fille de Geoffroy seigneur de Rians[552].  If that is correct, she was Etiennette, daughter of Geoffroi de Rians & his wife Scocia ---.  Szabolcs de Vajay cites numerous sources supposedly in support of his statement, but none of them confirms his supposition.  He says that this parentage would explain the family relationships between Bertrand Comte de Provence (son of her supposed daughter Etiennette [Douce]) and Aicard de Marseille Archbishop of Arles and Rostain de Fos Archbishop of Aix.  The former was the son of the supposed older half-brother of Etiennette [Douce], so the parentage of the mother of Etiennette [Douce] is irrelevant.  In the case of Archbishop Rostain de Fos, the reconstruction of the Fos family shown in this document suggests that their relationship with the Baux family may have been through the wife of the archbishop’s brother which, if correct, would also indicate that it was not relevant in determining the family origin of the second wife of Guillaume [II] Vicomte de Marseille.  It is suggested that the indications provided by Szabolcs de Vajay are insufficiently precise to provide a sound basis for speculating on the parentage of Vicomte Guillaume [II]’s second wife and that the affiliation which he suggests is far from “établie”, using his word. 

Guillaume [II] & his first wife had eight children: 

1.         GUILLAUME [III] (-25 Jul 1085).  "Wilelmus comes Provincie conjuxque mea Girberga cum filio nostro...Wilelmo" donated "in comitatu Sisterico, intra terminos de villa…Manuasca" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1013, subscribed by “Wilelmus comes Provincie...domna Guirberga...comitissa, domnus Wilelmus eorum...soboles, Guillelmus vicecomes, Fulco frater eius, Accelena et Odila, Villelmus filius Villemi...[553].  "Nos fratres Wilelmus atque Fulco una cum uxoribus nostris Accelena…atque Odila simulque cum liberis nostris Guilelmo, Poncio, Aicardo atque Fulcone" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1014[554].  "Guilelmus et Fulcho frater meus…vicecomites" made a donation dated 8 Jan [1014/19] jointly with "filii mei domnus videl. Pontius, Massiliensis episcopus, Guilelmus et Aicardus, Fulcho et Gauzfredus"[555]Vicomte de Marseille"Wilelmus vicecomes Massiliensis" made a donation dated 1019 jointly with "filii mei Pontius episcopus, sive Wilelmus, necnon Aicardus et Fulco, sive Joffredus"[556].  "Vuilelmus et frater meus Fulco" made a donation dated [1030] with "filiis meis domno Pontio Massiliensi episcopo et fratribus eius Vilelmo, Aicardo, Josfredo"[557].  "Guillelmus, Pontius episcopus, Aicardus, Gauzfredus, Stephanus, Bertrannus, Petrus hic omnes filii Guillelmi vicecomitis" subscribed the charter dated [1030] under which "Guillelmus vicecomes Massilie…et frater meus Fulco" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille[558].  "Vilelmus quoque vicecomes Massilie et uxor eius Stephana necnon filii illorum Poncius videl, episcopus atque fratres sui Vilelmus iuvenis et Aicardus sive Josfredus, Stephanus quoque atque Bertrannus necnon et Petrus" signed a charter dated 1039[559].  "Willelmus et uxor mea Stephana et filii mei Poncius episcope, Willelmus atque Aicardus et Gaufredus et Bertrannus et Petrus" signed a charter dated 13 Apr 1045[560].  "Poncius Massiliensis urbis episcopus, fratresque mei…Guilelmus et…Gosfredus, Aiceline quondam filii" made a joint donation dated 1055[561].  "Poncius Massiliensis episcopus…et domnus Fulco vicecomes avunculus meus…et Guilelmus et Gozfredus fratres mei et filii eiusdem Guilelmi Fulco et Gosfredus" made a joint donation dated 1056[562].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo...et Vuilelmus juvenis nepos noster et uxor sua Adalgrada et filii sui Fulcho et Gauzfredus et Pontius et Aicardus..." donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[563].  "Pontius urbis Massilie episcopus cum domno Fulcone suo avunculo et vicecomite et cum fratribus suis…Vuilielmo, Gosfredo" confirmed the election of Bernard as abbé de Saint-Victor dated [19 May] 1065[564]m ADALGARDE, daughter of FRANCON de Fréjus & his wife --- (-after 25 Jul 1085).  "Wilelmus filius Guilelmi vicecomitis Massilie uxorque mea nomine Adalgarda ac filii mei Wilelmus atque Fulco" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1 Mar 1035[565].  "Guillelmus iuvenis et uxor eius Adalgarda" signed a charter dated Jul 1048[566].  Guillaume Vicomte de Marseille & his wife Adalgarda donated property to St Victor by charter dated 18 Nov 1052[567].  "Willelmus cognomento juvenis et uxor mea…Adalgarda et filii mei Fulco, Gaufredus, Poncius, Aicardus" donated "quartam partem villule…Burnis" to Marseille Saint-Victor, confirming the donation by "sororius meus Franco", by charter dated 1057, which also records a similar donation by "Rostagnus Raimbaldus et uxor mea…Accelena et filii mei Franco"[568].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo...et Vuilelmus juvenis nepos noster et uxor sua Adalgrada et filii sui Fulcho et Gauzfredus et Pontius et Aicardus..." donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[569].  Guillaume [III] & his wife had five children: 

a)         GUILLAUME (-before 1057).  "Wilelmus filius Guilelmi vicecomitis Massilie uxorque mea nomine Adalgarda ac filii mei Wilelmus atque Fulco" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1 Mar 1035[570].  "Poncius Massiliensis episcopus…et domnus Fulco vicecomes avunculus meus…et Guilelmus et Gozfredus fratres mei et filii eiusdem Guilelmi Fulco et Gosfredus" made a joint donation dated 1056[571]m ALERENDIS, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  1049. 

b)         FOULQUES (-1080 or after).  "Wilelmus filius Guilelmi vicecomitis Massilie uxorque mea nomine Adalgarda ac filii mei Wilelmus atque Fulco" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1 Mar 1035[572].  "Poncius Massiliensis episcopus…et domnus Fulco vicecomes avunculus meus…et Guilelmus et Gozfredus fratres mei et filii eiusdem Guilelmi Fulco et Gosfredus" made a joint donation dated 1056[573].  "Willelmus cognomento juvenis et uxor mea…Adalgarda et filii mei Fulco, Gaufredus, Poncius, Aicardus" donated "quartam partem villule…Burnis" to Marseille Saint-Victor, confirming the donation by "sororius meus Franco", by charter dated 1057[574].  "Gausfredus de Rians...Fulcho filius Wilelmi Juvenis..." witnessed the charter dated 1057 under which "Gausfredus marchyo sive comes Provincie..." confirmed donations to Marseille Saint-Victor[575].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo...et Vuilelmus juvenis nepos noster et uxor sua Adalgrada et filii sui Fulcho et Gauzfredus et Pontius et Aicardus..." donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[576]

c)         GEOFFROY (-1091 or after).  "Poncius Massiliensis episcopus…et domnus Fulco vicecomes avunculus meus…et Guilelmus et Gozfredus fratres mei et filii eiusdem Guilelmi Fulco et Gosfredus" made a joint donation dated 1056[577].  "Willelmus cognomento juvenis et uxor mea…Adalgarda et filii mei Fulco, Gaufredus, Poncius, Aicardus" donated "quartam partem villule…Burnis" to Marseille Saint-Victor, confirming the donation by "sororius meus Franco", by charter dated 1057[578].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo...et Vuilelmus juvenis nepos noster et uxor sua Adalgrada et filii sui Fulcho et Gauzfredus et Pontius et Aicardus..." donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[579].  "Gauzfredus filius Gauzfredi vicecomitis Massilie civitatis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated [1065/79] which also names "…Pontius Malnerii et frater meus Gauzfredus, consobrinius supradicti Gauzfredi…"[580].  "Josfredus vicecomes civitatis Massilie…et fratres mei Willelmus cum filiis suis Pontio Malnerio [et] Josfredo…" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 21 Jul 1079[581].  "Poncius Malnerius vicecomes Massilie et uxor mea Salomes et filii mei Willems et Fulco et…Josfredus frater Poncii Malnerii" donated revenue from "castello Vidalbano" to the church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, by charter dated 22 Aug 1091[582]

d)         PONS Malnerius (-1093 or after).  "Willelmus cognomento juvenis et uxor mea…Adalgarda et filii mei Fulco, Gaufredus, Poncius, Aicardus" donated "quartam partem villule…Burnis" to Marseille Saint-Victor, confirming the donation by "sororius meus Franco", by charter dated 1057[583].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo...et Vuilelmus juvenis nepos noster et uxor sua Adalgrada et filii sui Fulcho et Gauzfredus et Pontius et Aicardus..." donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[584].  "Gauzfredus filius Gauzfredi vicecomitis Massilie civitatis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated [1065/79] which also names "…Pontius Malnerii et frater meus Gauzfredus, consobrinius supradicti Gauzfredi…"[585].  "Josfredus vicecomes civitatis Massilie…et fratres mei Willelmus cum filiis suis Pontio Malnerio [et] Josfredo…" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 21 Jul 1079[586].  "Poncius Malnerius vicecomes Massilie et uxor mea Salomes et filii mei Willems et Fulco et…Josfredus frater Poncii Malnerii" donated revenue from "castello Vidalbano" to the church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, by charter dated 22 Aug 1091[587]m firstly MAINSINDA, daughter of --- .  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  1049.  m secondly BURGUNDIA, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  1069.  m thirdly SALOME, daughter of ---.  "Poncius Malnerius vicecomes Massilie et uxor mea Salomes et filii mei Willems et Fulco et…Josfredus frater Poncii Malnerii" donated revenue from "castello Vidalbano" to the church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, by charter dated 22 Aug 1091[588].  Pons & his first wife had [five] children: 

i)          GUILLAUME (-1153 or after).  "Poncius Malnerius vicecomes Massilie et uxor mea Salomes et filii mei Willems et Fulco et…Josfredus frater Poncii Malnerii" donated revenue from "castello Vidalbano" to the church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, by charter dated 22 Aug 1091[589]m --- de Besse, daughter of AUDEBERT de Besse & his wife ---.  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. 

ii)         FOULQUES .  "Poncius Malnerius vicecomes Massilie et uxor mea Salomes et filii mei Willems et Fulco et…Josfredus frater Poncii Malnerii" donated revenue from "castello Vidalbano" to the church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, by charter dated 22 Aug 1091[590]

iii)        PONS .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  1093. 

iv)       AICARD (-after 1069).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  Monk at Saint-Victor, Marseille 1069. 

v)        [INGELSINDE .  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  1021/1044.  She was mother of Pons de Bras[591]m ISNARD de Flayoac, son of --- (-before 1044).] 

e)         AICARD (-after 13 Oct 1059).  "Willelmus cognomento juvenis et uxor mea…Adalgarda et filii mei Fulco, Gaufredus, Poncius, Aicardus" donated "quartam partem villule…Burnis" to Marseille Saint-Victor, confirming the donation by "sororius meus Franco", by charter dated 1057[592].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo...et Vuilelmus juvenis nepos noster et uxor sua Adalgrada et filii sui Fulcho et Gauzfredus et Pontius et Aicardus..." donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[593]

2.         PONS (-18 Feb 1073).  "Nos fratres Wilelmus atque Fulco una cum uxoribus nostris Accelena…atque Odila simulque cum liberis nostris Guilelmo, Poncio, Aicardo atque Fulcone" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1014[594].  "Domnus Pontius episcopus filius eius" signed the donation of Vicomte Guillaume of an inheritance from Pons [I] Bishop of Marseille dated 1014[595].  "Guilelmus et Fulcho frater meus…vicecomites" made a donation dated 8 Jan [1014/19] jointly with "filii mei domnus videl. Pontius, Massiliensis episcopus, Guilelmus et Aicardus, Fulcho et Gauzfredus"[596].  "Wilelmus vicecomes Massiliensis" made a donation dated 1019 jointly with "filii mei Pontius episcopus, sive Wilelmus, necnon Aicardus et Fulco, sive Joffredus"[597].  "Vuilelmus et frater meus Fulco" made a donation dated [1030] with "filiis meis domno Pontio Massiliensi episcopo et fratribus eius Vilelmo, Aicardo, Josfredo"[598].  "Vilelmus vicecomes Massilie" made a donation dated 1035 with "filiis suis domno Pontio episcopo, Aicardo et Fulcone, Stephano et Bertranno"[599].  "Willelmus et uxor mea Stephana et filii mei Poncius episcope, Willelmus atque Aicardus et Gaufredus et Bertrannus et Petrus" signed a charter dated 13 Apr 1045[600].  "Poncius Wilielmi vicecomitis filius…Josfredus frater meus" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1069 subscribed by "Fulcho vicecomes frater eius, Aicardus frater eius"[601].  "Pontius, Aiceline quondam filius, nunc autem Massiliensis sedis…episcopus" signed a charter dated 1047[602].  "Pontius episcopus Massiliensis" died "14 Kal Mar 1073"[603]

3.         AIMERUDE .  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  1030.  m FRANCON [II] Vicomte de Fréjus, son of FRANCON [I] & his wife --- (-after 1036). 

4.         AICARD (-1069 or after).  "Nos fratres Wilelmus atque Fulco una cum uxoribus nostris Accelena…atque Odila simulque cum liberis nostris Guilelmo, Poncio, Aicardo atque Fulcone" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1014[604].  "Guilelmus et Fulcho frater meus…vicecomites" made a donation dated 8 Jan [1014/19] jointly with "filii mei domnus videl. Pontius, Massiliensis episcopus, Guilelmus et Aicardus, Fulcho et Gauzfredus"[605].  "Wilelmus vicecomes Massiliensis" made a donation dated 1019 jointly with "filii mei Pontius episcopus, sive Wilelmus, necnon Aicardus et Fulco, sive Joffredus"[606].  "Vuilelmus et frater meus Fulco" made a donation dated [1030] with "filiis meis domno Pontio Massiliensi episcopo et fratribus eius Vilelmo, Aicardo, Josfredo"[607].  "Guillelmus, Pontius episcopus, Aicardus, Gauzfredus, Stephanus, Bertrannus, Petrus hic omnes filii Guillelmi vicecomitis" subscribed the charter dated [1030] under which "Guillelmus vicecomes Massilie…et frater meus Fulco" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille[608].  "Vilelmus vicecomes Massilie" made a donation dated 1035 with "filiis suis domno Pontio episcopo, Aicardo et Fulcone, Stephano et Bertranno"[609].  "Aicardus et frater meus Josfredus" signed a charter dated 1036[610].  "Vilelmus quoque vicecomes Massilie et uxor eius Stephana necnon filii illorum Poncius videl, episcopus atque fratres sui Vilelmus iuvenis et Aicardus sive Josfredus, Stephanus quoque atque Bertrannus necnon et Petrus" signed a charter dated 1039[611].  "Willelmus et uxor mea Stephana et filii mei Poncius episcope, Willelmus atque Aicardus et Gaufredus et Bertrannus et Petrus" signed a charter dated 13 Apr 1045[612].  "Poncius Wilielmi vicecomitis filius…Josfredus frater meus" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1069 subscribed by "Fulcho vicecomes frater eius, Aicardus frater eius"[613]m DIES, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  1048.  Aicard & his wife had two children: 

a)         two daughters .  The primary source which confirms their parentage has not yet been identified.  1064/1065. 

5.         FOULQUES (-1069 or after).  "Nos fratres Wilelmus atque Fulco una cum uxoribus nostris Accelena…atque Odila simulque cum liberis nostris Guilelmo, Poncio, Aicardo atque Fulcone" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1014[614].  "Guilelmus et Fulcho frater meus…vicecomites" made a donation dated 8 Jan [1014/19] jointly with "filii mei domnus videl. Pontius, Massiliensis episcopus, Guilelmus et Aicardus, Fulcho et Gauzfredus"[615].  "Wilelmus vicecomes Massiliensis" made a donation dated 1019 jointly with "filii mei Pontius episcopus, sive Wilelmus, necnon Aicardus et Fulco, sive Joffredus"[616].  "Poncius Wilielmi vicecomitis filius…Josfredus frater meus" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1069 subscribed by "Fulcho vicecomes frater eius, Aicardus frater eius"[617]

6.         GEOFFROY [I] (-1091 or after).  "Guilelmus et Fulcho frater meus…vicecomites" made a donation dated 8 Jan [1014/19] jointly with "filii mei domnus videl. Pontius, Massiliensis episcopus, Guilelmus et Aicardus, Fulcho et Gauzfredus"[618]Vicomte de Marseille.   

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7.         LEOGARDE .  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  Her marriage is confirmed by a charter dated Apr 1053 records a donation by "Vuilelmus, Bonifacius atque Leotgerius…filii Alfant vicecomitis atque Leotgiarda" to Marseille Saint-Victor[619]m Vicomte AUPHANT, son of ---. 

8.         GERSENDE .  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  Abbess of Saint-Sauveur 1073/1077. 

Guillaume [II] & his second wife had [four] children: 

9.         ETIENNE (-1045 or after).  "Guillelmus, Pontius episcopus, Aicardus, Gauzfredus, Stephanus, Bertrannus, Petrus hic omnes filii Guillelmi vicecomitis" subscribed the charter dated [1030] under which "Guillelmus vicecomes Massilie…et frater meus Fulco" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille[620].  "Vilelmus vicecomes Massilie" made a donation dated 1035 with "filiis suis domno Pontio episcopo, Aicardo et Fulcone, Stephano et Bertranno"[621].  "Vilelmus quoque vicecomes Massilie et uxor eius Stephana necnon filii illorum Poncius videl, episcopus atque fratres sui Vilelmus iuvenis et Aicardus sive Josfredus, Stephanus quoque atque Bertrannus necnon et Petrus" signed a charter dated 1039[622].  "Gauzfredus marchio sive comes Provincie" consented to the donation by "Guillelmus vicecomes Massiliensis et uxor mea Stephana et filii mei…Stephanus et Bertrannus et Petrus" to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1045[623]

10.      BERTRAND (-after 13 Apr 1045).  "Guillelmus, Pontius episcopus, Aicardus, Gauzfredus, Stephanus, Bertrannus, Petrus hic omnes filii Guillelmi vicecomitis" subscribed the charter dated [1030] under which "Guillelmus vicecomes Massilie…et frater meus Fulco" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille[624].  "Vilelmus vicecomes Massilie" made a donation dated 1035 with "filiis suis domno Pontio episcopo, Aicardo et Fulcone, Stephano et Bertranno"[625].  "Vilelmus quoque vicecomes Massilie et uxor eius Stephana necnon filii illorum Poncius videl, episcopus atque fratres sui Vilelmus iuvenis et Aicardus sive Josfredus, Stephanus quoque atque Bertrannus necnon et Petrus" signed a charter dated 1039[626].  "Willelmus et uxor mea Stephana et filii mei Poncius episcope, Willelmus atque Aicardus et Gaufredus et Bertrannus et Petrus" signed a charter dated 13 Apr 1045[627].  "Gauzfredus marchio sive comes Provincie" consented to the donation by "Guillelmus vicecomes Massiliensis et uxor mea Stephana et filii mei…Stephanus et Bertrannus et Petrus" to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1045[628]

11.      PIERRE "Saumada" (-1079 or after).  "Guillelmus, Pontius episcopus, Aicardus, Gauzfredus, Stephanus, Bertrannus, Petrus hic omnes filii Guillelmi vicecomitis" subscribed the charter dated [1030] under which "Guillelmus vicecomes Massilie…et frater meus Fulco" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille[629].  "Vilelmus quoque vicecomes Massilie et uxor eius Stephana necnon filii illorum Poncius videl, episcopus atque fratres sui Vilelmus iuvenis et Aicardus sive Josfredus, Stephanus quoque atque Bertrannus necnon et Petrus" signed a charter dated 1039[630].  "Willelmus et uxor mea Stephana et filii mei Poncius episcope, Willelmus atque Aicardus et Gaufredus et Bertrannus et Petrus" signed a charter dated 13 Apr 1045[631].  "Poncius episcopus urbis Massilie…presentibus fratribus meis Gaufredo et Petro" made a donation dated 7 Jan 1073[632].  "Petrus Saumada cognominatus Wilelmi vicecomiti filius" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated Jul 1076 which also names him as "Petrus Stephane vicecomitisse quondam filius"[633]m firstly THEUCIA, daughter of --- (-1056 or after).  "Petrus Wilelmi condam vicecomitis Massiliensis filius et mater mea domna Stephana et uxor mea…Theucia" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1055[634].  "Petri…et uxoris eius Theucia et filii eius Wilelmi" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1056[635]m secondly ([1056/66]) ODOARDA, daughter of ---.  "Petrus, Willelmi vicecomitis filius…et uxor mee Oddoara et filii mei" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1066 signed by "Petrus Saumada, Oddoara et Guilelmus et Ugo et Fulcho et Iratus et Bertrannus nos qui hanc donationem facimus"[636].  Pierre & his first wife had one child: 

a)         GUILLAUME Amiel de Solliers (-1116 or after).  "Petri…et uxoris eius Theucia et filii eius Wilelmi" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1056[637].  "Petrus, Willelmi vicecomitis filius…et uxor mee Oddoara et filii mei" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1066 signed by "Petrus Saumada, Oddoara et Guilelmus et Ugo et Fulcho et Iratus et Bertrannus nos qui hanc donationem facimus"[638].  "Josfredus vicecomes civitatis…et fratres mei…Petrus Saumata cum filiis suis Ugone [et] Willelmo" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 21 Jul 1079[639]m SARRACINE, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  1097. 

Pierre & his [first/second] wife had four children: 

b)         HUGUES du Puy (-after 1117).  "Petrus, Willelmi vicecomitis filius…et uxor mee Oddoara et filii mei" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1066 signed by "Petrus Saumada, Oddoara et Guilelmus et Ugo et Fulcho et Iratus et Bertrannus nos qui hanc donationem facimus"[640].  "Josfredus vicecomes civitatis…et fratres mei…Petrus Saumata cum filiis suis Ugone [et] Willelmo" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 21 Jul 1079[641]m GARCINE, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  1097.  Hugues & his wife had four children: 

i)          PIERRE .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  1097. 

ii)         FOULQUES (-after 1117).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  m ---.  The name of Foulques's wife is not known.  Foulques & his wife had two children: 

(a)       HUGUES .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  1150/1155. 

(b)       FOULQUES .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  1150/1155. 

iii)        GEOFFROY (-after 1117).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. 

iv)       HUGUES du Puy (-[1146]).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  m HERMELINE d'Eguilles, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified. 

c)         FOULQUES .  "Petrus, Willelmi vicecomitis filius…et uxor mee Oddoara et filii mei" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1066 signed by "Petrus Saumada, Oddoara et Guilelmus et Ugo et Fulcho et Iratus et Bertrannus nos qui hanc donationem facimus"[642].  1097. 

d)         GEOFFROY Iratus (-1097 or after).  "Petrus, Willelmi vicecomitis filius…et uxor mee Oddoara et filii mei" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1066 signed by "Petrus Saumada, Oddoara et Guilelmus et Ugo et Fulcho et Iratus et Bertrannus nos qui hanc donationem facimus"[643]m AIGLINE, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  1097.  Geoffroy & his wife had two children: 

i)          GUILLAUME .  1097. 

ii)         son .  1097. 

e)         BERTRAND .  "Petrus, Willelmi vicecomitis filius…et uxor mee Oddoara et filii mei" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1066 signed by "Petrus Saumada, Oddoara et Guilelmus et Ugo et Fulcho et Iratus et Bertrannus nos qui hanc donationem facimus"[644].  1097. 

12.      [ETIENNETTE [Douce] (-after 28 Jul 1094, maybe after 11 Sep 1095).  Szabolcs de Vajay suggests that the wife of Geoffroy [I] Comte de Provence was the daughter of Guillaume [II] Vicomte de Marseille & his second wife[645].  He relies on the numerous common connections between the Provence and Marseille families in the charters of Marseille Saint-Victor, which indicate the likelihood of a family connection, although he points to no specific document which supports his argument.  He also highlights that the supposed mother of Etiennette [Douce] was referred to in sources as “Stephana”, in contrast to the diminutive “Stephanetta” used by her supposed daughter, which he says is consistent with a mother/daughter relationship.  However, as can be seen from the extracts quoted in this section, Etiennette [Douce] was not consistently referred to in charters by the diminutive form of her name.  "Gaufredus comes" donated property to Monmajour by charter dated 1040, signed by "Bertrannus comes…Stephania comitissa"[646].  The date of her marriage is set by the charter dated 27 Jan 1040 under which "Josfredus comes et uxor mea" confirmed a donation of property to Saint-Victor de Marseille, although it is not clear from the document that the confirmation (which appears after the text which recites the original grant) was contemporaneous with the donation[647].  Raimbaud Archbishop of Arles transferred property in the presence of "Jauffredi comitis et Stephanie uxor sue" by charter dated Mar 1048[648].  "Godfredus comes Provincie et uxor mea Stephania et filius meus Bertrannus" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1 Jul 1055[649].  "Gausfredus marchyo sive comes Provincie et uxor mea Stefania et filius meus Bertrannus" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1057[650].  “Godfredus comes et uxor mea Stephania et filius meus Bertrannus” donated property by charter dated 15 Feb 1060[651].  A charter dated 28 Jul 1094 records that "Raimundus...comes et Provincie marchio" and “Dulcis comitissa” both donated tolls on the Durance and Rhône rivers to Saint-Victor de Marseille “atque domno Ricardo”, confirming each other’s donations[652].  A charter dated 11 Sep 1095 confirmed a donation to Saint-Victor de Marseille by “Stephania comitissa cognomento Dulcis” for the soul of “filii sui Bertranni comitis[653].  The wording of this document is silent on whether the donor was deceased at the time.  Szabolcs de Vajay indicates that the two documents dated 1094 and 1095 are the only ones which specify her alternative name “Douce” and suggests that Etiennette could have adopted the name in old age, maybe on taking the veil[654].  [Szabolcs de Vajay suggests that Etiennette married secondly Bernard [II] Comte de Bigorre[655].  He bases this suggestion on the charter dated 1 Apr 1080 under which "Centullus comes et uxor mea Beatrix et mater eius Stephania" donated the monastery of Saint-Savin de Lavedan "in comitatu Bigorritano" to Marseille Saint-Victor “et abbati Ricardo[656], pointing out that the Bigorre family made no earlier donations to Marseille Saint-Victor.  He also points out that this second marriage would explain the absence of Etiennette [Douce] from any charters in Provence for more than 30 years after the death of Comte Geoffroy [I].  It should be noted that Etiennette, widow of Bermard [II] Comte de Bigorre, was absent from the similar donation made to Marseille Saint-Victor by her daughter and son-in-law dated 12 May 1087[657].  This could indicate that she was deceased by then or (as suggested by Szabolcs de Vajay) that she had returned to Provence.  Szabolcs de Vajay’s argument for this second marriage has some appeal, but in the absence of other indications cannot be taken as conclusive.]  m [firstly] (before 27 Jan 1040) GEOFFROY [I] Comte de Provence, son of GUILLAUME [III] Comte de Provence & his wife Gerberge de Mâcon (-[15 Feb/21 Jul] 1060).  [m secondly ([1062/63]) as his second wife, BERNARD II Comte de Bigorre, son of BERNARD ROGER Comte de Couserans and (part) Carcassonne & his wife Garsenda Ctss de Bigorre ([1014]-before 24 Jun 1077)].]   

 

 

GEOFFROY [I] de Marseille, son of GUILLAUME [II] Vicomte de Marseille & his first wife Aiceline de Baux (-1091 or after).  "Billiellis femina filia qui fui condam Guillelmi vicecomitis Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 13 Dec [1010] subscribed by "Gaufredus nepos meus"[658]Vicomte de Marseille.  "Guilelmus et Fulcho frater meus…vicecomites" made a donation dated 8 Jan [1014/19] jointly with "filii mei domnus videl. Pontius, Massiliensis episcopus, Guilelmus et Aicardus, Fulcho et Gauzfredus"[659].  "Wilelmus vicecomes Massiliensis" made a donation dated 1019 jointly with "filii mei Pontius episcopus, sive Wilelmus, necnon Aicardus et Fulco, sive Joffredus"[660].  "Vuilelmus et frater meus Fulco" made a donation dated [1030] with "filiis meis domno Pontio Massiliensi episcopo et fratribus eius Vilelmo, Aicardo, Josfredo"[661].  "Guillelmus, Pontius episcopus, Aicardus, Gauzfredus, Stephanus, Bertrannus, Petrus hic omnes filii Guillelmi vicecomitis" subscribed the charter dated [1030] under which "Guillelmus vicecomes Massilie…et frater meus Fulco" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille[662].  "Aicardus et frater meus Josfredus" signed a charter dated 1036[663].  "Vilelmus quoque vicecomes Massilie et uxor eius Stephana necnon filii illorum Poncius videl, episcopus atque fratres sui Vilelmus iuvenis et Aicardus sive Josfredus, Stephanus quoque atque Bertrannus necnon et Petrus" signed a charter dated 1039[664].  "Willelmus et uxor mea Stephana et filii mei Poncius episcope, Willelmus atque Aicardus et Gaufredus et Bertrannus et Petrus" signed a charter dated 13 Apr 1045[665].  "Poncius Massiliensis urbis episcopus, fratresque mei…Guilelmus et…Gosfredus, Aiceline quondam filii" made a joint donatikon dated 1055[666].  "Poncius Massiliensis episcopus…et domnus Fulco vicecomes avunculus meus…et Guilelmus et Gozfredus fratres mei et filii eiusdem Guilelmi Fulco et Gosfredus" made a joint donation dated 1056[667].  "Pontius urbis Massilie episcopus cum domno Fulcone suo avunculo et vicecomite et cum fratribus suis…Vuilielmo, Gosfredo" confirmed the election of Bernard as abbé de Saint-Victor dated [19 May] 1065[668].  "Poncius Wilielmi vicecomitis filius…Josfredus frater meus" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1069 subscribed by "Fulcho vicecomes frater eius, Aicardus frater eius"[669].  "Poncius episcopus urbis Massilie…presentibus fratribus meis Gaufredo et Petro" made a donation dated 7 Jan 1073[670]

m RICHSINDIS [Rixende], daughter of ---.  1050.  "Gozfredus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille with the consent of "uxoris mee Rixendis et filiorum meorum…Gaudfredus, Aicardi et Ugonis, Raimundi, Pontius, Fulcho et Petrus" when "duobus filiis meis Fulcone et Petro" became monks by charter dated 1079[671]

Geoffroy [I] & his wife had eight children: 

1.         GEOFFROY (-after 21 Jul 1079).  1050.  "Gauzfredus filius Gauzfredi vicecomitis Massilie civitatis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated [1065/79] which also names "…Pontius Malnerii et frater meus Gauzfredus, consobrinius supradicti Gauzfredi…"[672].  "Gozfredus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille with the consent of "uxoris mee Rixendis et filiorum meorum…Gaudfredus, Aicardi et Ugonis, Raimundi, Pontius, Fulcho et Petrus" when "duobus filiis meis Fulcone et Petro" became monks by charter dated 1079[673].  "Josfredus vicecomes civitatis Massilie filiique mei Aichardus civitatis Arelatensis archiepiscopus, Josfredus, Ugo, Raimondus, Poncius, Fulcho, Petrus…" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 21 Jul 1079[674]

2.         AICARD (-1090).  "Gozfredus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille with the consent of "uxoris mee Rixendis et filiorum meorum…Gaudfredus, Aicardi et Ugonis, Raimundi, Pontius, Fulcho et Petrus" when "duobus filiis meis Fulcone et Petro" became monks by charter dated 1079[675].  Archbishop of Arles 1089.  "Josfredus vicecomes civitatis Massilie filiique mei Aichardus civitatis Arelatensis archiepiscopus, Josfredus, Ugo, Raimondus, Poncius, Fulcho, Petrus…" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 21 Jul 1079[676]

3.         HUGUES GEOFFROY [I] (-before 13 Aug 1128).  "Gozfredus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille with the consent of "uxoris mee Rixendis et filiorum meorum…Gaudfredus, Aicardi et Ugonis, Raimundi, Pontius, Fulcho et Petrus" when "duobus filiis meis Fulcone et Petro" became monks by charter dated 1079[677]Vicomte de Marseille

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4.         RAYMOND .  "Gozfredus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille with the consent of "uxoris mee Rixendis et filiorum meorum…Gaudfredus, Aicardi et Ugonis, Raimundi, Pontius, Fulcho et Petrus" when "duobus filiis meis Fulcone et Petro" became monks by charter dated 1079[678].  "Josfredus vicecomes civitatis Massilie filiique mei Aichardus civitatis Arelatensis archiepiscopus, Josfredus, Ugo, Raimondus, Poncius, Fulcho, Petrus…" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 21 Jul 1079[679]

5.         ADELASIE .  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  1077. 

6.         PONS (-before 1131).  "Gozfredus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille with the consent of "uxoris mee Rixendis et filiorum meorum…Gaudfredus, Aicardi et Ugonis, Raimundi, Pontius, Fulcho et Petrus" when "duobus filiis meis Fulcone et Petro" became monks by charter dated 1079[680].  "Josfredus vicecomes civitatis Massilie filiique mei Aichardus civitatis Arelatensis archiepiscopus, Josfredus, Ugo, Raimondus, Poncius, Fulcho, Petrus…" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 21 Jul 1079[681].  "Pons de Peinier fils du Vicomte de Marseille" was excommunicated and restored rights to Bishop Raymond dated 23 Nov 1121[682]m GARREJADE, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  1121/1151.  Pons & his wife had four children: 

a)         GEOFFROY (-1164 or after).  "Gaufredus filius Garrejate, de Massilia" swore allegiance to Raymond Archbishop of Arles by charter dated 1155[683].  "Pontius de Podio Nigro et filius eius Gaufredus de Massilia" as well as "Gaufredus de Massilia et Hugo Gaufredi et Bertrandus fratres eius" are named in a charter dated 21 Jan 1164 recording agreements between the archbishop of Arles and the bishop of Carpentras[684]m SARDE, daughter of ---.  1165.  Geoffroy & his wife had three children: 

i)          FOULQUES .  A charter dated 1156 notes a donation by "Gaufridus vicecomes Massiliensis" to Saint-Victor, Marseille for "duorum filiorum suorum…Fulconis et Petri" who had become monks there, and names "Ugo Gaufridus, predicti Gaufridi vicecomitis filius"[685]

ii)         PIERRE .  A charter dated 1156 notes a donation by "Gaufridus vicecomes Massiliensis" to Saint-Victor, Marseille for "duorum filiorum suorum…Fulconis et Petri" who had become monks there, and names "Ugo Gaufridus, predicti Gaufridi vicecomitis filius"[686]

iii)        HUGUES GEOFFROY (-Marseille 7 Jul 1180).  A charter dated 1156 notes a donation by "Gaufridus vicecomes Massiliensis" to Saint-Victor, Marseille for "duorum filiorum suorum…Fulconis et Petri" who had become monks there, and names "Ugo Gaufridus, predicti Gaufridi vicecomitis filius"[687].  His parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 15 Apr 1215 under which "Hugo de Baucio et domina Barrala eius uxor" confirmed an old convention from "vicecomites Massilie…Ugonem Gaufridi, dicte Barrale avum et Bertrandum fratrem eiusdem Ugonis et Ugonem Gaufridi Sardum nepotem eorum, filium Jaufridi de Massilia" to the bishopric of Marseille[688].  Seigneur d'Aubagne. 

b)         HUGUES GEOFFROY (-9 Jul 1166).  "Ugo Jaufredi filius Guerrejate…et Bertrandus de Massilia" swore allegiance to Raymond Archbishop of Arles by charter dated [1159][689].  "Gaufredus de Massilia et Hugo Gaufredi et Bertrandus fratres eius" are named in a charter dated 21 Jan 1164 recording agreements between the archbishop of Arles and the bishop of Carpentras[690]Vicomte de Marseille.  "Hugo de Baucio et domina Barrala eius uxor" confirmed an old convention from "vicecomites Massilie…Ugonem Gaufridi, dicte Barrale avum et Bertrandum fratrem eiusdem Ugonis et Ugonem Gaufridi Sardum nepotem eorum, filium Jaufridi de Massilia" to the bishopric of Marseille by charter dated 15 Apr 1215[691].  The Annales Sancti Victoris Massilienses record the death in 1166 of "Ugo Gaufredi vicecomes Massiliensis"[692]m CECILE d'Aurons, sister of IMBERT d'Aurons, daughter of --- (-before 1188).  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  Hugues Geoffroy & his wife had four children: 

i)          GUILLAUME [IV] "le Gros" (-30 Apr 1188).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  Vicomte de Marseillem LAURE de Saint-Julien, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  1213.  "Giraud-Adhemar seigneur de Montélimar, Vicomte de Marseille et la vicomtesse Mabile" agreed the marriage of "leur fille Eudiarde…lorsqu'elle sera nubile" to "Raymond de Baux…son fils Bertrand" by charter dated 2 Apr 1213, which also names "Mabile…sa mère Laure"[693].  Guillaume [IV] & his wife had one child: 

(a)       MABILE (-after 1 Jun 1249, bur Monastery of Saint-Pons).  “G[éraud] Adhémar seigneur de Montélimar et son épouse Mabile” confirmed a donation to Val-Sainte by charter dated 10 Jan 1206 (O.S.)[694].  "Geraldus Ademarii dominus Montilii et vicecomes Massilie et Mabalia eius uxor domina Montilii et vicecomitissa Massilie" confirmed a convention between Pierre Bishop of Marseille and "vicecomites Massilie…Ugonem Gaufredi, dicte Mabilie avum et Bertrandum fratrem eiusdem Ugonis et Ugonem Gaufridi Sardum nepotem eorum filium Gaufridi de Massilia" by charter dated 22 Apr 1215[695].  Vicomtesse de Marseille.  "Giraud-Adhemar seigneur de Montélimar, Vicomte de Marseille et la vicomtesse Mabile" agreed the marriage of "leur fille Eudiarde…lorsqu'elle sera nubile" to "Raymond de Baux…son fils Bertrand" by charter dated 2 Apr 1213, which also names "Mabile…sa mère Laure"[696].  The testament of "Mabile épouse de Giraud-Adhémar seigneur de Monteil, Vicomte de Marseille" is dated 1 Jun 1249, in which she requests burial "dans le monastère de Saint-Pons" and makes bequests to "Eudiarde sa fille, épouse de Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues…sa fille Giraude…sa fille Marie religieuse au monastère de Saint-Pons…son fils Adhémar""[697]m (before 7 Mar 1201) GIRAUD Adémar [II] de Monteil, son of GIRAUD Adémar [I] de Monteil & his wife --- (-1244 or after). 

ii)         HUGUES GEOFFROY (-14/15 Jun 1199, bur Marseille Saint-Victor).  "Ildefonse I roi d'Aragon, marquis de Provence" agreed with "Hugues et Guillaume de Baux, frères" to grant half of the town of Marseille to Hugues, as promised as dowry by "Hugues-Geoffroy et Raymond son frère" for his marriage with the daughter of Hugues-Geoffroy, by charter dated Jun 1193[698]Vicomte de Marseille.  Bishop of Béziers 1184. 

iii)        RAYMOND GEOFFROY dit Barral (-13 Dec 1192).  His parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 15 Apr 1215 under which "Hugo de Baucio et domina Barrala eius uxor" confirmed an old convention from "vicecomites Massilie…Ugonem Gaufridi, dicte Barrale avum et Bertrandum fratrem eiusdem Ugonis et Ugonem Gaufridi Sardum nepotem eorum, filium Jaufridi de Massilia" to the bishopric of Marseille[699]Vicomte de Marseille.  "R Barralus filius Cecilie" swore allegiance to Pierre Isnard Archbishop of Arles by charter dated Mar 1188[700].  "Roncelinus dominus et vicecomes Massilie scilicet monachus" made a donation to the cathedral church by charter dated 7 Jul 1215 naming "frater meus Barralus"[701].  The Annales Sancti Victoris Massilienses record the death in 1192 of "Raimundus Barralus Massiliensis vicecomes"[702]m firstly (repudiated) ALASACIE Porcellet, daughter of HUGUES Sacristan & his wife Galberge Porcellet (-after 25 Aug 1201).  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  "Alasacie Porcellet" appointed "sa fille Barrale, femme de Hugues de Baux" as her sole heir by her testament dated 25 Aug 1201[703]m secondly as her first husband, MARIE dame de Montpellier, daughter of GUILLAUME VIII Seigneur de Montpellier & his first wife Evdokia Komnene (-Rome 21 Apr 1213).  The primary source which confirms her first marriage has not yet been identified.  She married secondly (Montpellier 7 Dec 1197, divorced 1201) as his third wife, Bernard [IV] Comte de Comminges, and thirdly (Montpellier 15 Jun 1204) Pedro II "el Católico" King of Aragon.  "Guillelmus…Montispessulani, filius quondam Mathildis ducisse" agreed the marriage of "filiam meam Mariam" and "Bernardo, comitis Convenarum" by charter dated Dec 1197, under which Marie also agreed to renounce her rights to Montpellier in favour of "Guillelmo Montispessulani patri meo, et tibi Guillelmo filio ejus et domine Agnetis, fratri meo"[704].  However, after a revolt of the citizens of Montpellier against young Guillaume [IX], Marie recovered her inheritance 15 Jun 1204[705].  The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Maria Guilelmi Montepessulano filia" as wife of "rege Petro Arragonum"[706].  Raymond Geoffroy & his first wife had one child: 

(a)       BARALE (-before 23 Nov 1234).  "Hugues et Guillaume de Baux" confirmed obligations with respect to the port of Marseille with "Geoffroy de Trets, seigneur et Vicomte de Marseille", the latter offering Hugues the possibility of cancelling the obligation after his marriage with Geoffroy's daughter, by charter dated 3 Jan 1191[707].  "Ildefonse I roi d'Aragon, marquis de Provence" agreed with "Hugues et Guillaume de Baux, frères" to grant half of the town of Marseille to Hugues, as promised as dowry by "Hugues-Geoffroy et Raymond son frère" for his marriage with the daughter of Hugues-Geoffroy, by charter dated Jun 1193[708].  "Hugo de Baucio et domina Barrala eius uxor" confirmed an old convention from "vicecomites Massilie…Ugonem Gaufridi, dicte Barrale avum et Bertrandum fratrem eiusdem Ugonis et Ugonem Gaufridi Sardum nepotem eorum, filium Jaufridi de Massilia" to the bishopric of Marseille by charter dated 15 Apr 1215[709]Vicomtesse de Marseille 1208.  m ([Jun 1193/May 1201]) HUGUES Seigneur de Baux, son of BERTRAND Seigneur de Baux & his wife Tiburge d'Orange (-[9 Apr 1239/Jul 1240]).  Vicomte de Marseille, de iure uxoris

iv)       ROSSELIN (-Marseille 21 Dec 1215).  "…Rocelinus vicecomes et dominus Massiliæ…" witnessed the marriage contract dated 1204 between "Maria filia quondam domini Montispessulani" and "Petro Regi Aragoniæ, et comiti Barchinonis" is dated 1204[710]Vicomte de Marseille.  "Roncelinus…vicecomes Marsilie" granted privileges to the church of Marseille by charter dated 15 Oct 1211[711].  "Le vicomte-moine Roncelin" requested absolution from Pope Innocent III by charter dated 15 Oct 1211[712].  "Rocelinus vicecomes et dominus Massilie et monasterii sancti Victoris monachus" donated property held jointly with "Ugonem de Baucio et Barralem eius uxorem, filiam quondam Barralis fratris mei, et Geraldum Ademari et Mabiliam eius uxorem, filiam quondam Guillelmi Grossi fratris mei" to Saint-Victor, Marseille by charter dated 5 Nov 1212[713].  The Annales Sancti Victoris Massilienses record the death in 1216 of "Rocelinus vicecomes Massiliensis"[714].  "Roncelinus dominus et vicecomes Massilie scilicet monachus" made a donation to the cathedral church by charter dated 7 Jul 1215 naming "frater meus Barralus"[715].  Monk at Saint-Victor, Marseille 1190/1193 and 1212/1215.  Seigneur de Gardanne 1195.  m (before 1209) LUDIARDE, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified. 

c)         BERTRAND .  His parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 15 Apr 1215 under which "Hugo de Baucio et domina Barrala eius uxor" confirmed an old convention from "vicecomites Massilie…Ugonem Gaufridi, dicte Barrale avum et Bertrandum fratrem eiusdem Ugonis et Ugonem Gaufridi Sardum nepotem eorum, filium Jaufridi de Massilia" to the bishopric of Marseille[716].  "Ugo Jaufredi filius Guerrejate…et Bertrandus de Massilia" swore allegiance to Raymond Archbishop of Arles by charter dated [1159][717].  "Gaufredus de Massilia et Hugo Gaufredi et Bertrandus fratres eius" are named in a charter dated 21 Jan 1164 recording agreements between the archbishop of Arles and the bishop of Carpentras, although it is not certain that they belonged to the family of the vicomtes de Marseille as "Pontius de Podio Nigro et filius eius Gaufredus de Massilia" are named in an earlier part of the document[718].  "Les vicomtes de Marseille Hugues Geofroi et Bertrand son frère, et leur neveu Hugues Geofroi le jeune" signed an agreement with Pierre Bishop of Marseille under charter dated 17 Oct 1165[719].  "Bertrand de Marseille et des nepotes Guillaume le Gros et Raimond Barral vicomtes de Marseille " granted exemptions to the Knights of St John of Jerusalem under charter dated Aug 1178[720]

d)         AICARD .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  Provost at Marseille 1151/1182.  same person as…?  AICARD .  "Aicardus de Massilia…" subscribed the charter dated 31 Jan 1105 under which "Raymundus comes S. Aegidii" confirmed donations to the church of Arles in articulo mortis[721]

7.         FOULQUES GUILLAUME (-1104 or after).  "Gozfredus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille with the consent of "uxoris mee Rixendis et filiorum meorum…Gaudfredus, Aicardi et Ugonis, Raimundi, Pontius, Fulcho et Petrus" when "duobus filiis meis Fulcone et Petro" became monks by charter dated 1079[722].  "Josfredus vicecomes civitatis Massilie filiique mei Aichardus civitatis Arelatensis archiepiscopus, Josfredus, Ugo, Raimondus, Poncius, Fulcho, Petrus…" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 21 Jul 1079[723]

8.         PIERRE GEOFFROY (-after 26 Dec 1103).  "Gozfredus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille with the consent of "uxoris mee Rixendis et filiorum meorum…Gaudfredus, Aicardi et Ugonis, Raimundi, Pontius, Fulcho et Petrus" when "duobus filiis meis Fulcone et Petro" became monks by charter dated 1079[724].  "Josfredus vicecomes civitatis Massilie filiique mei Aichardus civitatis Arelatensis archiepiscopus, Josfredus, Ugo, Raimondus, Poncius, Fulcho, Petrus…" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 21 Jul 1079[725].  Archbishop of Aix 1101.  He resigned to become a monk at Saint-Victor[726]

 

 

HUGUES GEOFFROY [I] de Marseille, son of GEOFFROY [I] Vicomte de Marseille & his wife Richsindis --- (-before 13 Aug 1128).  "Gozfredus vicecomes Massiliensis" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille with the consent of "uxoris mee Rixendis et filiorum meorum…Gaudfredus, Aicardi et Ugonis, Raimundi, Pontius, Fulcho et Petrus" when "duobus filiis meis Fulcone et Petro" became monks by charter dated 1079[727].  "Josfredus vicecomes civitatis Massilie filiique mei Aichardus civitatis Arelatensis archiepiscopus, Josfredus, Ugo, Raimondus, Poncius, Fulcho, Petrus…" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 21 Jul 1079[728]Vicomte de Marseille

m DULCELINA, daughter of ---.  "Massilie…urbis vicecomes Raimundus Gaufredus" paid homage to Raymond Bishop of Marseille by charter dated 13 Aug 1128, naming "Dulcelina matre sua et Poncia uxore sua"[729]

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

1.         GUILLAUME (-[1128/56]).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. 

2.         FOULQUES .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  1091/1093. 

3.         RAYMOND GEOFFROY [I] (-before 1156).  "Massilie…urbis vicecomes Raimundus Gaufredus" paid homage to Raymond Bishop of Marseille by charter dated 13 Aug 1128, naming "Dulcelina matre sua et Poncia uxore sua"[730]Vicomte de Marseille.  Raymond Geoffroy Vicomte de Marseille donated property to the church of Marseille by charter dated 29 May 1131 in which he names "Aicardus archiepiscopus, avunculus meus"[731].  "Raimundus Gaufredi de Massilia, filius Dulceline" paid homage to "Petre Massilie episcope, fili Beatricis" by charter dated 13 Jun 1152[732]m PONCIA, daughter of ---.  "Massilie…urbis vicecomes Raimundus Gaufredus" paid homage to Raymond Bishop of Marseille by charter dated 13 Aug 1128, naming "Dulcelina matre sua et Poncia uxore sua"[733].  1128/1156.  Raymond Geoffroy [II] & his wife had three children: 

a)         GEOFFROY "de Tourves" (-1197 or after).  "Gaufredus de Massilia filius Pontie" swore allegiance to Raymond Archbishop of Arles by charter dated Mar 1159[734].  "Geofroi de Marseille fils de Poncia" paid homage to Raymond Archbishop of Arles by charter dated Mar 1159[735]m --- de Vins, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage and origin has not yet been identified.  Geoffroy & his wife had two children: 

i)          two sons.  1156. 

b)         HUGUES GEOFFROY [II] (-[25 Jul 1193/2 Apr 1213]).  "Hugo Gaufridi et Raimundus Gaufridi fratres vicecomites Massilie…filie Raimundi Gaufridi senioris" made a donation to Rainier Bishop of Marseille by charter dated 28 Dec 1192[736].  Co-seigneur de Trets et de Toulon.  Imprisoned in Mallorca 1178/1185[737]Vicomte de Marseille 1184. 

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c)         RAYMOND GEOFFROY [II] (-[1 Apr 1216/7 May 1217]).  "Hugo Gaufridi et Raimundus Gaufridi fratres vicecomites Massilie…filie Raimundi Gaufridi senioris" made a donation to Rainier Bishop of Marseille by charter dated 28 Dec 1192[738].  Co-seigneur de Trets.  Vicomte de Marseille 1184.  "R Gaufridus…vicecomes Massilie" granted privileges to bishopric of Marseille by charter dated 22 Feb 1214[739]m IXMILLE Marquise [de Rians], daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage and origin has not yet been identified.  1213/1216.  Raymond Geoffroy [II] & his wife had [four] children: 

i)          GEOFFROY "Reforzatus" (-1237 or after).  "Gaufridus Reforzatus et Bergundio eius frater filii R. Gaufridi de Tritis domini et vicecomitis Massilie" made promises to Pierre Bishop of Marseille regarding his rights over Allauch by charter dated 21 Jun 1217[740]Vicomte de Marseille, so-seigneur de Trets.  Seigneur de Rocharon 1228.  Châtelain de Château-Réal 1231.  m ---.  The name of Geoffroy's wife is not known.  Geoffroy & his wife had one child: 

(a)       BEATRIX (-after [1255/59]).  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  m ISNARD d'Entrevennes Seigneur d'Agoult, son of ISNARD d’Entrevennes & his wife Douceline de Pontevès (-after 1277). 

ii)         AGNES (-before 20 Nov 1256).  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  Dame de Rians.  m GUILLAUME de Moustiers d'Entrevennes (-before 1221). 

iii)        BERGUNDIO dit d'Agoult ([1198]-after 1 May 1246).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  Vicomte de Marseille 1213.  Co-seigneur de Trets, d'Olières et de Peyrols.  m firstly (before 9 Mar 1210) ADALASIE Fer, daughter of HUGUES ANSELME Fer & his wife ---.  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  m secondly (before 28 May 1225) MABILE d'Entrevennes dame de Pontevès, daughter of ISNARD d'Entrevennes & his wife Douceline de Pontevès.  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not been identified, although they are indicated by the charter dated 24 Feb 1260 (O.S.) under which “Mre Raimond Agout Sgr du Val du Sault” was appointed arbitrator in a dispute between “Mre Isnard d’Antravenes Sgr d’Agout son frère tant pour lui que pour les enfants mineurs de feu Mre Foulques de Pontevès dont il était tuteur” and “Mre Isnard d’Ollières” who claimed in the succession of “feux Mre Isnard d’Antravenes et madame Donzeline sa femme, père et mère desdits Raimond, Isnard et Foulques, et ayeux dudit d’Ollières[741].  Bergundio's descendants survived in the male line until the 18th century, set out in Europäische Stammtafeln[742]

iv)       [GUILLEMETTE .  Robert records that a document dated 28 Jul 1217 acknowledges payment of part of the dowry for the marriage of “Guillemette fille de Raymond Gaufridi Vicomte de Marseille” and “Obert Comte de Vintimille[743].  Assuming that this information is accurate, the chronology appears to suggest that Guillemette was the daughter of Raymond Geoffroy [II].  m (before 28 Jul 1217) OBERTO Conte di Ventimiglia, son of ---.] 

4.         ROSTAIN .  "Rostagnus eius frater…Raimundus Massilie eius frater" signed the charter of "Massilie…urbis vicecomes Raimundus Gaufredus" dated 13 Aug 1128[744]

5.         RAYMOND (-[1128/56]).  "Rostagnus eius frater…Raimundus Massilie eius frater" signed the charter of "Massilie…urbis vicecomes Raimundus Gaufredus" dated 13 Aug 1128[745].  Monk at Saint-Victor, Marseille. 

 

 

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

 

HUGUES GEOFFROY [II] de Marseille, son of RAYMOND GEOFFROY [I] Vicomte de Marseille & his wife Ponce --- (-[25 Jul 1193/2 Apr 1213]).  "Hugo Gaufridi et Raimundus Gaufridi fratres vicecomites Massilie…filii Raimundi Gaufridi senioris" made a donation to Rainier Bishop of Marseille by charter dated 28 Dec 1192[746].  Co-seigneur de Trets et de Toulon.  Imprisoned in Mallorca 1178/1185[747]Vicomte de Marseille 1184. 

m firstly SIBYLLE [d'Agoult], daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified. 

m secondly ADELASIE, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified. 

Hugues Geoffroy [II] & his [first] wife had four children: 

1.         ALASACIE (-1228 or after).  "Raymond de Baux Vicomte de Marseille et son épouse Alasacie fille de feu Hugues-Geoffroy de Treis" sold property by charter dated 2 Apr 1213[748]Vicomtesse de Marseillem (before 2 Apr 1213) RAYMOND de Baux Seigneur de Berres et d'Istres, son of BERTRAND de Baux Seigneur de Meyrargues et de Puyricard & his wife Etiennette de Baux (-[23 Jun 1235/25 Nov 1237]).  Vicomte de Marseille, de iure uxoris

2.         GEOFFROY "Gaufridet" (-after 22 Dec 1238).  Vicomte de Marseille 1200.  Co-seigneur de Trets et de Toulon.  m GUILLELME de Blacas, daughter of --- (-23 Aug 1234).  Geoffroy & his wife had one child: 

a)         SIBYLLE (-after 16 Aug 1261).  Dame de Toulon.  "Gilbert de Baux fils de feu Hugues seigneur des Baux" sold property to the prior of Saint-Gilles by charter dated 27 Feb 1241, obliging himself to obtain the consent of "Sibile son épouse et son frère Barral"[749]m firstly (before 27 Feb 1241) GILBERT de Baux, son of HUGUES de Baux Vicomte de Marseille & his wife Barale Vicomtesse de Marseille (-[25 Jun/25 Jul] 1243).  m secondly (before 1252) BONIFACE de Castellane, son of ---.  1261. 

3.         RAYMOND GEOFFROY [III] (-Toulon 17 Oct 1234).  Vicomte de Marseille.  Co-seigneur de Trets et de Toulon.  m ---.  The name of Raymond Geoffroy [III]'s wife is not known.  Raymond Geoffroy [III] & his wife had four children: 

a)         ISNARD d'Entrevennes (-1277 or after).  Co-seigneur de Trets et de Toulon. 

b)         GAUFRIDET Reforciat (-14 Jun 1295).  Co-seigneur de Trets, de Toulon et de Cuers.  m DOUCE de la Garde, daughter of --- (-3 Aug 1296).  Gaufridet & his wife had two children: 

i)          SIBILLE (-after 16 Apr 1316).  Dame de Trets et de Revest.  m RAYMOND de Montauban, son of --- (-before 16 Apr 1316). 

ii)         BEATRIX .  Dame de Cuers.  m GUILLAUME Féraud de Glandevès, son of --- (-before 5 Jun 1316). 

c)         BEATRIX .  Nun at Manarre 1261. 

d)         CECILE .  Nun at Manarre 1261. 

4.         ROSTAN dit d'Agoult (-16 Sep 1261).  Provost at Marseille.  Canon at Toulon.  Co-seigneur de Trets et de Toulon. 

 

 

 

B.      SEIGNEURS de BAUX, VICOMTES de BAUX

 

 

1.         PONS "iuvenis" (-after [1008/09]).  "Boso comes et uxor sua Constantia…illorum filii…Willelmus comes, Rotbaldus comes, Pontius juvenis" signed the charter dated May [963] under which "Gencius et uxor mea Aiburga" donated property "in pago Aquense superiore ad castrum…Ansoyse" to Montmajour[750].  “Sylvius et filii mei Aimaricus et Pontius” donated “aliquid de nostro alode...in comitatu Arelatense fecus castrum qui vocatur Balcius”, granted to them by “senioris nostri domini Pontii juvenis et uxoris eius Profecte et ipsorum filio domino Ugone” for services, to Montmajour by charter dated 981[751].  “Pontius juvenis, frater Lambertus...” subscribed the charter dated 14 May 981 under which “Boso et uxor mea Folcoara” donated property “in comitatu Arelatense” to Montmajour[752].  Pons le Jeune and his son Hugues confirmed a donation to the church of Saint-Marie d'Istres dated [1008/09][753]m PROFECTA, daughter of --- (-after 981).  “Sylvius et filii mei Aimaricus et Pontius” donated “aliquid de nostro alode...in comitatu Arelatense fecus castrum qui vocatur Balcius”, granted to them by “senioris nostri domini Pontii juvenis et uxoris eius Profecte et ipsorum filio domino Ugone” for services, to Montmajour by charter dated 981[754].  Pons & his wife had one child:

a)         HUGUES [I] (before [965]-after [1008/09]).  “Sylvius et filii mei Aimaricus et Pontius” donated “aliquid de nostro alode...in comitatu Arelatense fecus castrum qui vocatur Balcius”, granted to them by “senioris nostri domini Pontii juvenis et uxoris eius Profecte et ipsorum filio domino Ugone” for services, to Montmajour by charter dated 981[755].  The naming of Hugues as joint grantor indicates that he was old enough to be associated with his parents.  The inclusion of Hugues also suggests that he was his parents’ oldest son and heir.  It is therefore unlikely that Hugues [I] was the same person as Hugues [II], husband of Inauris, who was a younger son of his parents as shown by the charter dated 13 Oct 1059 (quoted below), whose date also indicates the improbability of the co-identity of these two persons.  Pons le Jeune and his son Hugues confirmed a donation to the church of Saint-Marie d'Istres dated [1008/09][756]

 

 

1.         [GUILLAUME ].  Guillaume is confirmed as the father of Pons, brother of Geoffroi and Hugues, by the charter dated to [1031], witnessed by "...Pontius de Rianz filius Wilelmi…"[757], read together with the charter dated 1045 which records the donation to Marseille Saint-Victor made by "Pontius filius Guillelmi fratris Josfredi et Hugonis"[758].  The difficulty is knowing whether Guillaume was the father of all the children named below, or whether they were born from different marriages of their mother.  The reference to Pons’s brother Hugues [II] as “de Baux” suggests a family connection with Hugues [I] who is named above.  m ---.  The name of Guillaume’s wife is not known.  [Guillaume & his wife] had [six] children:

a)         GEOFFROY [de Rians] (-after 13 Oct 1059).  "Josfredus et uxor mea Scocia" donated certain properties to the rebuilt church of "sancta Maria et sancti Johannis vel sanctam Crucem...in comitatu Aquense in valle...Vances...inter castrum Artiga et Esparrone", which had long before been destroyed “a paganis”, for the souls of “patrem meum et matrem meam vel fratres meos”, by charter dated Thursday 5 Jan “regnante Rodulfo rege” [Rudolf III King of Burgundy, therefore dated to before 1032], signed by “Gauzfredus, Scocia, Pontius juvenes, Wilelmo, Ugo, Paschal, Germanus...[759].  A charter dated 1033 records that "Gauzfredus et Ugo et Pontius et Ot[b]ertus cum uxoribus suis cum filiorum illorum" built "ecclesiam...sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis Babtiste"[760].  "Ego Geuzfredus et uxor mea...Scocia filiique nostri omnes Ugo et Guilelmus et Guido et Gosfredus Pontius et ego Guilelmus et uxor mea Producta, ego eciam Geuzfredus et uxor mea Arsen et ego Galdrada femina [ex me et per me...Geuzfredo...et uxori sue filie mee Scocia]...et ego Guibertus gener istius Galdrade et uxor mea...Guandalburga et filii mei et ego Pontius Rainaldus et frater meus Petrus et ego Dodo et uxor mea et filii nostri et ego Guilelmus filius vicecomitis Vilelmi et uxor mea et filii nostri et ego Adalgus femina et filii mei Guilelmus, Amelius, Rainaldus, Geraldus simul eciam et nepotes filiorum meorum Ripertus, Petrus" donated “ecclesiam...sancti Petri...in comitatu Aquensi in villa...Bruinola” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1042[761].  "Gosfredus de Rianis et mulier mea Scocia et filii mei Gulielmus et Pontius et uxor prenominati filii mei Guilelmi Guarsennis" donated land “in valle...Lanairolas” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated to [1050][762].  "Gosfredus et uxor mea Scocia et filii mei Guilelmus et Pontius" donated land “in comitatu Arelatensi in territorio de castro...Papia” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1056[763].  "Gausfredus de Rians...Wido de Fos, Fulcho filius Wilelmi Juvenis..." witnessed the charter dated 1057 under which "Gausfredus marchyo sive comes Provincie..." confirmed donations to Marseille Saint-Victor[764].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo et uxores nostre…Scocia cum filiis nostris Vuillelmo et Pontio, et Inauris cum suis filiis Vuillelmo et Vugone et Pontio, et Vuilelmus juvenis nepos noster et uxor sua Adalgrada et filii sui Fulcho et Gauzfredus et Pontius et Aicardus, necnon et Amelius Fossanus cum sua uxore Garsia" donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[765]m SCOCIA, daughter of GUIGUES & his wife Gualdrada --- (-after 13 Oct 1059).  "Josfredus et uxor mea Scocia" donated certain properties to the rebuilt church of "sancta Maria et sancti Johannis vel sanctam Crucem...in comitatu Aquense in valle...Vances...inter castrum Artiga et Esparrone", which had long before been destroyed “a paganis”, for the souls of “patrem meum et matrem meam vel fratres meos”, by charter dated Thursday 5 Jan “regnante Rodulfo rege” [Rudolf III King of Burgundy, therefore dated to before 1032][766].  "Ego Geuzfredus et uxor mea...Scocia filiique nostri omnes Ugo et Guilelmus et Guido et Gosfredus Pontius et...ego Galdrada femina [ex me et per me...Geuzfredo...et uxori sue filie mee Scocia]...et ego Guibertus gener istius Galdrade et uxor mea...Guandalburga et filii mei..." donated “ecclesiam...sancti Petri...in comitatu Aquensi in villa...Bruinola” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1042[767].  "Gosfredus de Rianis et mulier mea Scocia et filii mei Gulielmus et Pontius et uxor prenominati filii mei Guilelmi Guarsennis" donated land “in valle...Lanairolas” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated to [1050][768].  "Gosfredus et uxor mea Scocia et filii mei Guilelmus et Pontius" donated land “in comitatu Arelatensi in territorio de castro...Papia” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1056[769].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo et uxores nostre…Scocia cum filiis nostris Vuillelmo et Pontio…" donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[770].  Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated to [1060] under which [her son] "Wilelmus filius Scocie" confirmed donations made to Marseille Saint-Victor by “Guigo avus meus et Gualdrada avia mea et Josfredus pater meus et mater mea Scocia[771].  Geoffroy & his wife had two children: 

i)          HUGUES (-[1042/1050]).  "Ego Geuzfredus et uxor mea...Scocia filiique nostri omnes Ugo et Guilelmus et Guido et Gosfredus Pontius et...ego Galdrada femina [ex me et per me...Geuzfredo...et uxori sue filie mee Scocia]...et ego Guibertus gener istius Galdrade et uxor mea...Guandalburga et filii mei..." donated “ecclesiam...sancti Petri...in comitatu Aquensi in villa...Bruinola” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1042[772]

ii)         GUILLAUME .  "Ego Geuzfredus et uxor mea...Scocia filiique nostri omnes Ugo et Guilelmus et Guido et Gosfredus Pontius et...ego Galdrada femina [ex me et per me...Geuzfredo...et uxori sue filie mee Scocia]...et ego Guibertus gener istius Galdrade et uxor mea...Guandalburga et filii mei..." donated “ecclesiam...sancti Petri...in comitatu Aquensi in villa...Bruinola” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1042[773].  "Gosfredus de Rianis et mulier mea Scocia et filii mei Gulielmus et Pontius et uxor prenominati filii mei Guilelmi Guarsennis" donated land “in valle...Lanairolas” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated to [1050][774].  "Gosfredus et uxor mea Scocia et filii mei Guilelmus et Pontius" donated land “in comitatu Arelatensi in territorio de castro...Papia” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1056[775].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo et uxores nostre…Scocia cum filiis nostris Vuillelmo et Pontio…" donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[776].  "Wilelmus filius Scocie" confirmed donations made to Marseille Saint-Victor by “Guigo avus meus et Gualdrada avia mea et Josfredus pater meus et mater mea Scocia” by charter dated to [1060][777]m GARSENIS, daughter of ---.  "Gosfredus de Rianis et mulier mea Scocia et filii mei Gulielmus et Pontius et uxor prenominati filii mei Guilelmi Guarsennis" donated land “in valle...Lanairolas” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated to [1050][778]

iii)        GUY (-[1042/1050]).  "Ego Geuzfredus et uxor mea...Scocia filiique nostri omnes Ugo et Guilelmus et Guido et Gosfredus Pontius et...ego Galdrada femina [ex me et per me...Geuzfredo...et uxori sue filie mee Scocia]...et ego Guibertus gener istius Galdrade et uxor mea...Guandalburga et filii mei..." donated “ecclesiam...sancti Petri...in comitatu Aquensi in villa...Bruinola” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1042[779]

iv)       GEOFFROY-PONS de Rians (-after 4 Dec 1070).  "Ego Geuzfredus et uxor mea...Scocia filiique nostri omnes Ugo et Guilelmus et Guido et Gosfredus Pontius et...ego Galdrada femina [ex me et per me...Geuzfredo...et uxori sue filie mee Scocia]...et ego Guibertus gener istius Galdrade et uxor mea...Guandalburga et filii mei..." donated “ecclesiam...sancti Petri...in comitatu Aquensi in villa...Bruinola” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1042[780].  "Gosfredus de Rianis et mulier mea Scocia et filii mei Gulielmus et Pontius et uxor prenominati filii mei Guilelmi Guarsennis" donated land “in valle...Lanairolas” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated to [1050][781].  "Gosfredus et uxor mea Scocia et filii mei Guilelmus et Pontius" donated land “in comitatu Arelatensi in territorio de castro...Papia” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1056[782].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo et uxores nostre…Scocia cum filiis nostris Vuillelmo et Pontio…" donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[783].  "Pontius filius condam Gauzfredi de...castro Rianno" donated property “in castro...Papia...in territorio Arelatensi in valle Marignana” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1070[784].  "Pontius filius quondam Gauzfredi" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor, for the souls of “eiusdem patris mei Gauzfredi et matris mee Scocie” and for the sins of “meorum atque uxoris mee Stephane et filiorum ac filiarum mearum”, by charter dated 4 Dec 1070[785]m ETIENNETTE, daughter of --- (-after 4 Dec 1070).  "Pontius filius quondam Gauzfredi" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor, for the souls of “eiusdem patris mei Gauzfredi et matris mee Scocie” and for the sins of “meorum atque uxoris mee Stephane et filiorum ac filiarum mearum”, by charter dated 4 Dec 1070[786].  Pons & his wife had children: 

(a)       sons and daughters .  "Pontius filius quondam Gauzfredi" donated property to Marseille Saint-Victor, for the souls of “eiusdem patris mei Gauzfredi et matris mee Scocie” and for the sins of “meorum atque uxoris mee Stephane et filiorum ac filiarum mearum”, by charter dated 4 Dec 1070[787]

b)         HUGUES [II] [de Baux] (-after 13 Oct 1059).  As explained above, it is unlikely from a chronological point of view that Hugues, husband of Inauris, was the same person as Hugues [I] who is named above, although the reference to “castrum...Balcius” relating to Hugues [I] (see above) indicates that they were related.  An undated charter records a donation made to Marseille Saint-Victor in the presence "domni Ugonis de Balcio et sue mulieris Inauris..."[788].  A charter dated 1033 records that "Gauzfredus et Ugo et Pontius et Ot[b]ertus cum uxoribus suis cum filiorum illorum" built "ecclesiam...sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis Babtiste"[789].   

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c)         PONS [de Rians] (-after 1045).  "...Pontius de Rianz filius Wilelmi…" witnessed the charter dated to [1031] under which Pons Archbishop of Arles  confirmed a donation to Marseille Saint-Victor[790].  A charter dated 1033 records that "Gauzfredus et Ugo et Pontius et Ot[b]ertus cum uxoribus suis cum filiorum illorum" built "ecclesiam...sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis Babtiste"[791].  "Pontius filius Guillelmi fratris Josfredi et Hugonis" donated property “in comitatu Arelatensi in villa Marignana” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1045[792]

d)         OTBERT (-after 1033).  A charter dated 1033 records that "Gauzfredus et Ugo et Pontius et Ot[b]ertus cum uxoribus suis cum filiorum illorum" built "ecclesiam...sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis Babtiste"[793]

e)         AISCELINE (-before 1019).  "Wilelmus comes Provincie conjuxque mea Girberga cum filio nostro...Wilelmo" donated "in comitatu Sisterico, intra terminos de villa…Manuasca" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1013, subscribed by “Wilelmus comes Provincie...domna Guirberga...comitissa, domnus Wilelmus eorum...soboles, Guillelmus vicecomes, Fulco frater eius, Accelena et Odila, Villelmus filius Villemi...[794].  "Nos fratres Wilelmus atque Fulco una cum uxoribus nostris Accelena…atque Odila simulque cum liberis nostris Guilelmo, Poncio, Aicardo atque Fulcone" donated property to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 1014[795].  "Guilelmus et Fulcho frater meus…vicecomites" made a donation dated 8 Jan [1014/19] jointly with "uxores nostre Aicelina et Odila"[796].  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the charter dated 13 Oct 1059 under which [her brothers] "Gauzfredus et Vugo...et Vuilelmus juvenis nepos noster [her son] et uxor sua Adalgrada et filii sui Fulcho et Gauzfredus et Pontius et Aicardus..." donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor[797]m (before 15 Oct 1004) as his first wife, GUILLAUME [II] de Marseille, son of GUILLAUME [I] Vicomte de Marseille & his first wife Belieldis --- (-before 14 May 1050).  He succeeded his father in [1004/05] as Vicomte de Marseille.   

f)          [--- .  The presence of Garsia and her husband in the list of donors in the charter dated 13 Oct 1059, quoted below, suggests a family relationship with the other donors.  The chronology of the Fos family indicates that Garsia could not have been the sister of the two principle donors.  It is possible therefore that she or her husband was the child of their sister.  m ---.]  One child: 

i)          GARSIA (-after 28 Jul 1094).  "Gauzfredus et Vugo...et Vuilelmus juvenis nepos noster...necnon et Amelius Fossanus cum sua uxore Garsia" donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[798].  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation[799].  A charter dated 28 Jul 1094 records that "Raimundus...comes et Provincie marchio" and “Dulcis comitissa” both donated tolls on the Durance and Rhône rivers to Saint-Victor de Marseille, naming “...Garsia mulier et filii eius...Poncius de Fosso et Bertrannus et Gaufredus...” among those who had navigation rights and confirmed the donations[800]m AMELIUS [II] de Fos, son of GUY [I] de Fos & his wife Austrudis --- (-[1085/28 Jul 1094]).] 

 

 

HUGUES [II] [de Baux], son of [GUILLAUME & his wife ---] (-after 13 Oct 1059).  As explained above, it is unlikely from a chronological point of view that Hugues, husband of Inauris, was the same person as Hugues [I] who is named above, although the reference to “castrum...Balcius” relating to Hugues [I] (see above) indicates that they were related.  An undated charter records a donation made to Marseille Saint-Victor in the presence "domni Ugonis de Balcio et sue mulieris Inauris..."[801].  A charter dated 1033 records that "Gauzfredus et Ugo et Pontius et Ot[b]ertus cum uxoribus suis cum filiorum illorum" built "ecclesiam...sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis Babtiste"[802].  "Domnus Ugo et uxor sua Inaurs" donated land “in comitatu Arelatense in valle Marignana in locum...Aquosa” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 19 Jan 1045[803].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo et uxores nostre…Scocia cum filiis nostris Vuillelmo et Pontio, et Inauris cum suis filiis Vuillelmo et Vugone et Pontio, et Vuilelmus juvenis nepos noster et uxor sua Adalgrada et filii sui Fulcho et Gauzfredus et Pontius et Aicardus, necnon et Amelius Fossanus cum sua uxore Garsia" donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[804]

m (after [1035]) INAURIS d'Apt, daughter of GUILLAUME Seigneur d'Apt & his wife Adelais --- (-after 13 Oct 1059).  "Willelmus et uxor mea Adelaicis...et filii nostri Rostagnus et Wilelmus et filie Inauris et Constancia" donated property “in comitatu Cabilonensi...ecclesia sancti Michahelis...in vaslle Liminica...” to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 30 Nov 1031, subscribed by “Inauris mater Wilelmi...[805].  "Willelmus et uxor mea Adelaicis...et filii nostri Rostagnus et Willelmus et filie Inauris et Constancia" confirmed “in comitatu Cabilonensi...ecclesia sancti Michahelis in Laus...” to Saint-Victor de Marseille by charter dated 24 Dec [1035][806].  Inauris and her sons Guillaume-Hugues, Pons and Hugues, sons of Hugues, donated property to the monastery of Saint-Césaire by undated charter dated to [1026/59][807].  "Domnus Ugo et uxor sua Inaurs" donated land “in comitatu Arelatense in valle Marignana in locum...Aquosa” to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 19 Jan 1045[808].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo et uxores nostre…Inauris cum suis filiis Vuillelmo et Vugone et Pontio..." donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[809]

Hugues [II] & his wife had three children: 

1.         GUILLAUME-HUGUES de Baux ([1036/45]-after 1091).  Inauris and her sons Guillaume-Hugues, Pons and Hugues, sons of Hugues donated property to the monastery of Saint-Césaire by charter dated to [1026/59][810].  Considering the dates of the documents in which their sons are named, it is unlikely that Guillaume-Hugues could have been born much earlier than [1030/45].  Guillaume-Hugues and his wife Vierne bought property from Pons de Rians and his wife Adalgarde by charter dated 1046[811], although the dating of this charter is suspect given Guillaume-Hugues's likely birth date range.  "Gauzfredus et Vugo et uxores nostre…Inauris cum suis filiis Vuillelmo et Vugone et Pontio..." donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[812].  Guillaume-Hugues donated property, previously owned by his father Hugues de Baux, to the church of Saint-Trophime d'Arles, with the consent of Vierne his wife and their sons Hugues and Raymond by charter dated 1091[813].  A charter dated May 1110 refers to earlier donations to Lérins by "Guillelmus Ugonis et uxor eius Vierna et filiis eius Raimundus" and the current donation by "Raimundi de Balcio et mater sua"[814]m VIERNE, daughter of --- (-after May 1110).  Guillaume-Hugues and his wife Vierne bought property from Pons de Rians and his wife Adalgarde by charter dated 1046[815].  Guillaume-Hugues, Vierne his wife and Hugues their son donated property to the church of Arles by charter dated 1088[816].  Guillaume-Hugues donated property, previously owned by his father Hugues de Baux, to the church of Saint-Trophime d'Arles, with the consent of Vierne his wife and their sons Hugues and Raymond by charter dated 1091[817].  A charter dated May 1110 refers to earlier donations to Lérins by "Guillelmus Ugonis et uxor eius Vierna et filiis eius Raimundus" and the current donation by "Raimundi de Balcio et mater sua"[818].  Guillaume & his wife had three children: 

a)         HUGUES ([1065/80]-).  Guillaume-Hugues, Vierne his wife and Hugues their son donated property to the church of Arles by charter dated 1088[819].  Guillaume-Hugues donated property, previously owned by his father Hugues de Baux, to the church of Saint-Trophime d'Arles, with the consent of Vierne his wife and their sons Hugues and Raymond by charter dated 1091[820].  1142. 

b)         RAYMOND de Baux ([1075/85]-Barcelona 1150).  Guillaume-Hugues donated property, previously owned by his father Hugues de Baux, to the church of Saint-Trophime d'Arles, with the consent of Vierne his wife and their sons Hugues and Raymond by charter dated 1091[821]

-        see below

c)         [PONCIA de Baux ([1085/1095]-).  A charter dated 24 Feb 1114 records the marriage at Avignon of "Wilhelmus Rainoardi, Petri filius" married "Pontiam filiam Hugonis de Baucio", signed by "Wilhelmi Rainoardi, Petri Rainoardi patris, Bremundæ matris, R. de Baucio…"[822].  It is possible that Poncia was the daughter either of Guillaume-Hugues de Baux or of the latter's son Hugues, for whom no other children have been identified.  It is assumed that "R de Baucio" was Raymond de Baux, supposed brother or paternal uncle of the bride.  m (Avignon 24 Feb 1114) GUILLAUME RENOUARD de Mezenas, son of PIERRE RENOUARD Seigneur de Mezenas & his wife Bremunda --- (-[after Jan 1163]).  A bull of Pope Calixtus II dated 21 Jun 1121 threatened excommunication against "Ildefonsus comes…Raimundi de Balcio, Elesiari de Castries, Guilelmi Rainoardi de Merenas" for having attacked the monastery of Saint-Gilles, a subsequent bull dated 22 Apr 1122 noting that Comte Alphonse had been excommunicated for the same offence[823], Raymond de Baux and Guillaume Renouard de Mezenas being brothers-in-law assuming that the marriage shown here is correct.]    

2.         PONS (-after 13 Oct 1059).  Inauris and her sons Guillaume-Hugues, Pons and Hugues, sons of Hugues donated property to the monastery of Saint-Césaire by charter dated to [1026/59][824].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo et uxores nostre…Inauris cum suis filiis Vuillelmo et Vugone et Pontio..." donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[825]

3.         HUGUES (-after 13 Oct 1059).  Inauris and her sons Guillaume-Hugues, Pons and Hugues, sons of Hugues donated property to the monastery of Saint-Césaire by charter dated to [1026/59][826].  "Gauzfredus et Vugo et uxores nostre…Inauris cum suis filiis Vuillelmo et Vugone et Pontio..." donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[827]

 

 

RAYMOND de Baux, son of GUILLAUME-HUGUES de Baux & his wife Vierne --- ([1075/85]-Barcelona 1150).  Guillaume-Hugues donated property, previously owned by his father Hugues de Baux, to the church of Saint-Trophime d'Arles, with the consent of Vierne his wife and their sons Hugues and Raymond by charter dated 1091[828].  He participated in the First Crusade: "…Raimundus de Balcio, decanus de Poscheriis…" subscribed the charter dated 31 Jan 1105 under which "Raymundus comes S. Aegidii" confirmed donations to the church of Arles in articulo mortis[829].  A charter dated May 1110 refers to earlier donations to Lérins by "Guillelmus Ugonis et uxor eius Vierna et filiis eius Raimundus" and the current donation by "Raimundi de Balcio et mater sua"[830].  Ramón Berenguer Conde de Barcelona and his wife Douce granted la seigneurie de Berre to Raymond de Baux by charter dated 1116[831].  A bull of Pope Calixtus II dated 22 Jun 1121 threatened excommunication against "Raimundi de Bautio, Guilelmo de Sabrano, Elesiario de Castrias, Rainoni de Castlar et Guilelmo Rainoardi" if they didn't prevent Alphonse Comte de Toulouse from attacking the monastery of Saint-Gilles, a subsequent bull dated 22 Apr 1122 noting that "…Raimundum de Baltio, Guillemum de Sabrano, Elisiarium de Castriis, Guillelmum Rainoardi de Mezenees, vicecomites de Mezoaga, et Rainonem de Castlar" had been excommunicated for the same offence[832].  Raymond de Baux and Hugues his son confirmed a donation of property to the Knights Hospitallers of St John by charter dated 29 Jun 1137, in the presence of Gilbert son of Raymond and Pierre-Isnard de Baux[833].  He was a contender to succeed as Comte de Provence in 1145, presumably basing his claim through his wife.  "Raimundus de Baltio" swore allegiance to Raymond Archbishop of Arles by charter dated [1147][834].  Raymond de Baux, husband of Etiennette, and his sons made peace with Ramón Berenguer II Conde de Barcelona in 1150, but died before returning to Provence, whereupon his wife and sons Hugues, Guillaume, Bertrand and Gilbert confirmed the peace agreement[835]: a charter dated 17 Mar 1273 records a document dated 1150 which record the origins of a war between "Raymond de Baux, Etiennette et des fils contre le Comte" and the allegiance sworn by "Etiennette fille de la comtesse Gerberge, Hugues, Guillaume, Bertrand et Gilbert ses fils" to "Raymond conte de Barcelone"[836]

m (before [1110/15]) ETIENNETTE de Gévaudan, daughter of GIRBERT Vicomte de Gévaudan et de Millau & his wife Gerberge Ctss de Provence (-after 1160).  Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 4 Aug 1145 under which Emperor Konrad III granted the right to mint coinage at Arles, Aix and at their château de Trinquetaille to Raymond de Baux and Etiennette his wife, and reconfirmed his possessions acquired since the death of his father Guillaume-Hugues and all the possessions of comte Girbert and comtesse Françoise Gerberge, parents of Etiennette[837].  The Brevi Historia Comitum Provinciæ incorrectly names "Berengarius primogenitus…Gilbertus secundo-natus qui fuit Comes Provinciæ, Raimundus tertio-natus, et Stephana qui fuit uxor Raimundi de Bauxio" as the children of "Raymundus-Berengarii vulgo Cap-De stoupes…dictus, Comes Barcinonæ in Catalonia" & his wife[838].  Raymond de Baux, his wife Etiennette and their son Hugues de Baux abandoned property rights in favour of the Knights Hospitallers of St John of Jerusalem by charter dated May 1121[839].  "Raimundus de Baucio…consilio…uxoris mee Stephanie et filiorum meorum" made a donation by charter dated 1143[840].  A charter dated 17 Mar 1273 records a document dated 1150 which record the origins of a war between "Raymond de Baux, Etiennette et des fils contre le Comte" and the allegiance sworn by "Etiennette fille de la comtesse Gerberge, Hugues, Guillaume, Bertrand et Gilbert ses fils" to "Raymond conte de Barcelone"[841].  "Guilelmus de Sabrano…Rostagnus de Sabrano…" promised support to "Raymundo Berengarii comiti Barchinonensi et nepoti tuo Raymundo Berengarii filio fratris tui Berengarii Raymundi" against "Stephania uxor Raymundi de Baucio et Hugo filius eius et Guilelmus et Bertrandus et Gisbertus" by charter dated 1156[842].  Emperor Friedrich I "Barbarossa" confirmed the 1145 charter of his predecessor King Konrad I in favour of "nobles Hugues de Baux, Bertrand et Gilbert ses frères, à leur mère Etiennette", by charter dated 1160[843]

Raymond & his wife had seven children: 

1.         HUGUES de Baux ([1110/15]-Sardinia 1179).  Raymond de Baux, his wife Etiennette and their son Hugues de Baux abandoned property rights in favour of the Knights Hospitallers of St John of Jerusalem by charter dated May 1121[844].  The brothers Bertrand, Guillaume and Hugues de Baux granted rights to the monks of Boscodon by charter dated 1130[845], at which date they must presumably have been young adults.  Raymond de Baux and Hugues his son confirmed a donation of property to the Knights Hospitallers of St John by charter dated 29 Jun 1137, in the presence of Gilbert son of Raymond and Pierre-Isnard de Baux[846].  Raymond de Baux, husband of Etiennette, and his sons made peace with Ramón Berenguer II Conde de Barcelona in 1150, but died before returning to Provence, whereupon his wife and sons Hugues, Guillaume, Bertrand and Gilbert confirmed the peace agreement[847]Seigneur de Baux.  "Ugo de Balcio filius Ugonis supradicti", "Ugonis" presumably being an error for "Raimondis" as no Hugues is named earlier in the document, swore allegiance to Raymond Archbishop of Arles by charter dated 1152[848].  "Guilelmus de Sabrano…Rostagnus de Sabrano…" promised support to "Raymundo Berengarii comiti Barchinonensi et nepoti tuo Raymundo Berengarii filio fratris tui Berengarii Raymundi" against "Stephania uxor Raymundi de Baucio et Hugo filius eius et Guilelmus et Bertrandus et Gisbertus" by charter dated 1156[849].  Emperor Friedrich I "Barbarossa" confirmed the 1145 charter of his predecessor King Konrad I in favour of "nobles Hugues de Baux, Bertrand et Gilbert ses frères, à leur mère Etiennette", by charter dated 1160[850].  "Hugonis de Baucio et Bertrandi fratris eius" are listed among the advisers of "Ildefonsus…rex Aragonensis, comes Barchinonensis, duc Provinciæ" in the charter dated 1167 under which the king granted "vicecomitatu de Carlades" to "Hugonem comitem Rutenensem"[851]m ---.  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  Hugues & his wife had one child:

a)         RAYMOND de Baux (-[7 Sep 1170/1180]).  "Raymond de Baux fils de Hugues" names "Pierre de Lambesc son cousin…son oncle Bertrand de Baux…comte Raymond" in his testament dated 7 Sep 1170[852].  He died before the document dated Apr 1180 which records discussions between Odin prieur de Saint-Gilles et Bertrand de Baux concerning the inheritance of the latter's nephew Raymond[853]

2.         GUILLAUME de Baux ([1110/15]-).  The brothers Bertrand, Guillaume and Hugues de Baux granted rights to the monks of Boscodon by charter dated 1130[854], at which date they must presumably have been young adults.  Raymond de Baux, husband of Etiennette, and his sons made peace with Ramón Berenguer II Conde de Barcelona in 1150, but died before returning to Provence, whereupon his wife and sons Hugues, Guillaume, Bertrand and Gilbert confirmed the peace agreement[855].  "Guilelmus de Sabrano…Rostagnus de Sabrano…" promised support to "Raymundo Berengarii comiti Barchinonensi et nepoti tuo Raymundo Berengarii filio fratris tui Berengarii Raymundi" against "Stephania uxor Raymundi de Baucio et Hugo filius eius et Guilelmus et Bertrandus et Gisbertus" by charter dated 1156[856].  A monk 1156. 

3.         BERTRAND ([1110/15]-[Apr/31 Oct] 1180, bur abbaye de Sylvacane).  The brothers Bertrand, Guillaume and Hugues de Baux granted rights to the monks of Boscodon by charter dated 1130[857], at which date they must presumably have been young adults.  Raymond de Baux, husband of Etiennette, and his sons made peace with Ramón Berenguer II Conde de Barcelona in 1150, but died before returning to Provence, whereupon his wife and sons Hugues, Guillaume, Bertrand and Gilbert confirmed the peace agreement[858].  "Guilelmus de Sabrano…Rostagnus de Sabrano…" promised support to "Raymundo Berengarii comiti Barchinonensi et nepoti tuo Raymundo Berengarii filio fratris tui Berengarii Raymundi" against "Stephania uxor Raymundi de Baucio et Hugo filius eius et Guilelmus et Bertrandus et Gisbertus" by charter dated 1156[859].  Emperor Friedrich I "Barbarossa" confirmed the 1145 charter of his predecessor King Konrad I in favour of "nobles Hugues de Baux, Bertrand et Gilbert ses frères, à leur mère Etiennette", by charter dated 1160[860].  "Hugonis de Baucio et Bertrandi fratris eius" are listed among the advisers of "Ildefonsus…rex Aragonensis, comes Barchinonensis, duc Provinciæ" in the charter dated 1167 under which the king granted "vicecomitatu de Carlades" to "Hugonem comitem Rutenensem"[861].  Prince d'Orange.  [Seigneur de Baux: the charter dated 31 Oct 1180, under which "Tiburge dame de Baux et ses fils" abandoned rights to the provost of Saint-Paul[862], suggests that Bertrand succeeded his brother Hugues as Seigneur de Baux, and also that he was deceased at the time of this document.] 

-        PRINCES d'ORANGE

4.         GILBERT de Baux (-after 1160).  Raymond de Baux and Hugues his son confirmed a donation of property to the Knights Hospitallers of St John by charter dated 29 Jun 1137, in the presence of Gilbert son of Raymond and Pierre-Isnard de Baux[863].  Raymond de Baux, husband of Etiennette, and his sons made peace with Ramón Berenguer II Conde de Barcelona in 1150, but died before returning to Provence, whereupon his wife and sons Hugues, Guillaume, Bertrand and Gilbert confirmed the peace agreement[864].  "Guilelmus de Sabrano…Rostagnus de Sabrano…" promised support to "Raymundo Berengarii comiti Barchinonensi et nepoti tuo Raymundo Berengarii filio fratris tui Berengarii Raymundi" against "Stephania uxor Raymundi de Baucio et Hugo filius eius et Guilelmus et Bertrandus et Gisbertus" by charter dated 1156[865].  Emperor Friedrich I "Barbarossa" confirmed the 1145 charter of his predecessor King Konrad I in favour of "nobles Hugues de Baux, Bertrand et Gilbert ses frères, à leur mère Etiennette", by charter dated 1160[866]

5.         RAYMOND de Baux .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  1168.  m ---.  The name of Raymond's wife is not known.  Raymond & his wife had three children: 

a)         RAYMOND de Baux .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  1166

b)         GUILLAUME de Baux .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  1166

c)         BERTRAND de Baux .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  1166. 

6.         [ALASACIE .  The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.  Pierre de Lambesc donated property to the archbishop of Arles, with the consent of his wife Alasacie, his sons Pons, Pierre and Raymond, his brother Hugues, and Raymond de Baux, by charter dated 1143[867]m PIERRE de Lambesc, son of ---.] 

7.         MATELLE de Baux (-after Oct 1175).  Her marriage is confirmed by the charter dated Oct 1175 by which Alfonso II King of Aragon granted the val d’Aran to "Centullo comiti de Bigorra et uxori vestræ…Matellæ consanguineæ meæ"[868].  The primary source which confirms her parentage and first marriage has not yet been identified.  m firstly ([1145]) PIERRE Vicomte de Bearn et de Brulhois, son of PIERRE de Gabarret & his wife Guiscarde de Béarn (-1150).  m secondly ([1155]) CENTULE Comte de Bigorre, son of PIERRE [I] de Marsan & his wife Beatrix Ctss de Bigorre (-1178). 

 

 

 

C.      SEIGNEURS de BERRE (BAUX)

 

 

Berre, now Berre-l’Etang, is located on the north-east shore of the Etang de Berre, about 20 kilometres north-west of Marseille and 10 kilometres west of Aix-en-Provence, in the present-day French département of Bouches-du-Rhône, arrondissement Istres, canton Berre-l’Etang. 

 

 

GUILLAUME de Baux, son of RAYMOND de Baux Vicomte de Marseile & his wife Alasacie de Marseille (-[23 Jan 1265/7 Jun 1266])"Raymond de Baux son épouse et ses fils" reached agreement with "Spine de Surrexina podestat de Marseille" concerning the monastery by charter dated 20 Nov 1225, "Adalasie son épouse, Bertrand et Guillaume ses fils…Raymond de Baux son autre fils" swearing to observe the agreement[869].  “Raymundus de Baucio major, Raymundus et Willelmus filius eius, Barallus de Baucio filius domini Hugonis de Baucio, Raymundus de Baucio de Aurasica, Geraudus Amicus et Willelmus de Sabrano fratres [error]” agreed to respect the decision of Emperor Friedrich II concerning the war between Toulouse and Provence by charter dated Mar 1233[870]Seigneur de Berre.  "Guillaume de Baux I de Berre, âgé de plus de 25 ans" donated property to the monastery of Saint-Césaire, Arles, for the souls of his father and mother, on the advice of "Raymond-Hugues de Baux, son oncle paternel", by charter dated 25 Nov 1237[871].  "Guillaume de Baux seigneur de Berre fils et héritier du vicomte Raymond seigneur de Meyrargues" confirmed a sale to the hospitallers at Calissane by charter dated 2 Oct 1251[872].  He died before 7 Jun 1266 when his son Bertrand swore allegiance for his properties as cited below. 

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

Guillaume & his wife had three children: 

1.         BERTRAND [II] de Baux (-before 17 Jun 1309).  Seigneur de Berre.  "Le chevalier Bertrand de Baux II seigneur de Berre, fils de feu Guillaume de Baux I" swore allegiance to the archbishop of Arles for “ses châteaux de Berre, Châteauneuf, Lançon et Istres” by charter dated 7 Jun 1266[873].  Barone di Trogessana: Charles d’Anjou, son of Charles I King of Sicily, granted "la baronnie et terre Trogessana...dans le ressort judiciaire des Abruzzes" to “Bertrand de Baux II de Berre” by charter dated Jul 1274[874].  A charter dated 11 Dec 1276 records that this grant, states that the territory had been "du domaine de Bertrand de Baux de Pertuis" and reverted to the court when he died without direct heirs[875].  "Hugues de Baux chevalier fils de Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues et d’Eudiarde" sold "les châteaux de Gardanne, Roquevaire, Artigues, du plan d’Aups et de Saint-Julien...et [ses] droits...en Sardaigne et sur les domaines de Raymond de Baux seigneur de Suze" to “Bertrand de Baux II seigneur de Berre son cousin germain”, including payment “qu’il porra léguer à sa femme Garsende”, by charter dated 9 Mar 1286[876].  "Hugues de Baux fils de Bertrand de Meyrargues et d’Eudiarde" gave "le château de Meyrargues, la bastide du Sambuc" in fief to “Bertrand de Baux II seigneur de Berre son cousin germain[877].  Bertrand presumably died before 17 Jun 1309, the date of the charter quoted below in which Guillaume is named Seigneur de Berre.  m (before 15 May 1273) BERENGERE, daughter of --- & his wife Marguerite ---.  Charles I King of Sicily Comte de Provence requested a copy of the charter establishing the dowry of "Marguerite mère de Bérengère épouse de Bertrand de Baux II seigneur de Berre" for "cette dernière comme héritière de sa mère" by charter dated 15 May 1273[878].  Bertrand [II] & his wife had children: 

a)         GUILLAUME [II] de Baux (-[15 Jun/10 Sep] 1344)Seigneur de Berre.  "Guillaume de Baux II seigneur de Berre" swore homage to the archbishop of Arles for “tout ce qu’il tient en fief de son église dans la Crau, au pont de Saint-Genies et sur les eaux et pêcheries de Martignes”, in the same way “Bertrand II son père seigneur de Berre, Châteauneuf, Lançon et Istres” swore homage 7 Jun 1266, by charter dated 17 Jun 1309[879].  "Guillaume de Baux II seigneur de Berre et son frère Hugues de Baux seigneur de Montfort" swore homage for their possessions “aux procureurs du duc de Calabre” by charter dated 6 May 1315[880].  "Guillaume de Baux II seigneur de Berre, comme héritier universel...de sa femme Eléonore de Baux de Marignane" swore homage to “Jean Revest maître-rational, délégué du sénéchal Philippe de Sanguinet” for “la Bastide des Jourdans...” by charter dated 20 Dec 1340[881]The testament of "Guillaume de Baux II” was dated 15 Jun 1344, as confirmed by a charter dated 10 Sep 1344 under which “Bertrand de Baux III comte de Montecaveoso seigneur de Berre” received homage from “Raymond Bermond coseigneur du château supérieur de Goult et des Baumettes” as heir of his brother[882]m ELEONORE de Baux-Marignane, daughter of --- (-before 20 Dec 1340).  She is named in the 20 Dec 1340 charter quoted above. 

b)         BERTRAND de Baux (-Naples 1351 bur Naples)His parentage is confirmed by the 10 Sep 1344 charter quoted above under his brother Guillaume [II].  Seigneur de Berre, Vicomte de Misson.  Conte di Andria e Montescaglioso.  Captain-General of Tuscany, Grand-Justiciar of Naples-Sicily. 

-        CONTI d’ANDRIA

c)         HUGUES de Baux (-1344).  His parentage is confirmed by his 29 Apr 1308 marriage contract quoted below.  Seigneur de Montfort.  "Hugues de Baux de Berre seigneur de Montfort" swore homage to the sénéchal de Provence for “tout ce qu’il possède dans les comtés” by charter dated 2 Jul 1309[883].  "Guillaume de Baux II seigneur de Berre et son frère Hugues de Baux seigneur de Montfort" swore homage for their possessions “aux procureurs du duc de Calabre” by charter dated 6 May 1315[884].  "Hugues de Baux seigneur de Montfort fils de Bertrand II de Berre" bought a house in Arles from “Bertrand Bravet citoyen d’Arles” by charter dated 10 Sep 1332, and rented it 12 Sep 1332[885]Betrothed (contract 29 Apr 1308) to ISOARDE de Baux, daughter of RAYMOND [III] de Baux co-Prince d’Orange, Seigneur de Courthezon & his wife Sibylle ---.  "Hugues de Baux de Courtheson, grand sénéchal du royaume de Sicile" promised “Hugues de Baux fils de Bertrand II seigneur de Berre” to marry him to “Isoarde de Baux sa nièce fille de Raymond de Baux III son frère co-prince d’Orange seigneur de Courtheson” with “le château de Gaudissart” as her dowry, by charter dated 29 Apr 1308[886]

2.         BARRALE de Baux (-after 28 Oct 1308).  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the following document: Charles I King of Sicily ordered the settlement of disputes between "son...conseiller Guillaume de Cotignac“ and “Barral de Pontevès son frère mari de Barrale de Baux sœur de Bertrand II seigneur de Berre” concerning their parents’ sucession, which had been decided during the minority of Guillaume, by charter dated 11 Mar 1273[887]m (before 11 Mar 1273) BARRAL de Pontevès Seigneur de Pontevès, son of FOULQUES de Pontevès & his wife --- (-after 1275). 

3.         BEATRIX de Baux (-[1308])m as his second wife, ISNARD [IV] d’Entrevennes Seigneur de Sault, son of ISNARD [III] d’Entrevennes Seigneur de Sault & his wife Beatrix de Marseille (-after 17 Oct 1315). 

 

 

The precise relationship between the following person and the main Baux-Berre family shown above has not been ascertained. 

 

1.         HUGUES de Baux (-before 7 Jun 1334).  "Guillaume Arnaud de Montpezat damoiseau" sold “un domaine à Lambesc” to “chevalier Hugues Etienne de Berre”, with the consent of “Hugues de Baux de Berre son beau-père et sa fille Béatrix, femme de Guillaume”, by charter dated 17 Apr 1325[888].  A charter dated 7 Jun 1334 records "le décès récent et sans enfants légitimes d’Hugues de Baux de Berre", the consequent return of “le château de Volonne, dans le bailliage de Sisteron” to the Court, and the grant of the castle by Robert King of Sicily to “Bertrand de Baux comte de Montescaglioso[889]m ---.  The name of Hugues’s wife is not known.  Hugues & his wife had one child: 

a)         BEATRIX de Baux (-[17 Apr 1325/7 Jun 1334]).  The testament of "Bertrand Porcellet damoiseau fils de Reynaud seigneur de Cabriès", dated 9 Jul 1310, bequeathed money to “Raymond d’Orange écuyer de son beau-père Hugues de Baux de Berre...Béatrix son épouse” and named as universal heir “l’enfant à naître de Béatrix si elle est enceinte[890].  Beatrix presumably predeceased her father, without leaving children, as he is named “sans enfants légitimes” in the 7 Jun 1334 charter quoted above.  m firstly BERTRAND Porcellet, son of RAYNAUD Seigneur de Cabriès & his wife --- (-after 9 Jul 1310).  m secondly GUILLAUME Arnaud de Montpezat, son of --- (-after 17 Apr 1325).  "Guillaume Arnaud de Montpezat damoiseau" sold “un domaine à Lambesc” to “chevalier Hugues Etienne de Berre”, with the consent of “Hugues de Baux de Berre son beau-père et sa fille Béatrix, femme de Guillaume”, by charter dated 17 Apr 1325[891]

 

 

 

D.      SEIGNEURS de FOS

 

 

1.         BALDUS [Marinus Rufus] .  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas”, which had been “honorem...proavi Poncii Balde dicti Marini Rufi”, to Avignon church[892].  As “proavus” could mean great-grandfather or ancestor more generally, his precise ancestral relationship to Guy de Fos cannot be ascertained. 

 

2.         [AMELIUS [I] .]  It is not confirmed that Pons [I] was the same person as Pons who witnessed the charter dated 1019 quoted below, but if that co-identity is correct his father was named Amelius.  This possibility is reinforced by the name Amelius being used later in the Fos family.  m ---.  The name of Pons’s mother is not known.  [Amelius] & his wife had one child: 

a)         PONS [I] de Fos (-[after 1019]).  A charter dated to [993] records that, after “gens pagana” [Sarracens] were expelled from Provence, "Willelmus vicecomes et Pontius de Fossis" captured “Catedre ville” [Cadière] which was owned by Marseille Saint-Victor, which was later reconfirmed to the abbey[893].  [“Fulco...cum uxore mea Odila” [Foulques Vicomte de Marseille] donated "octavam partem de villa...Catedra...in pago Provincie in comitatu Massiliense juxta mare" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1019, signed by “Pontius filius Amelii...[894].] 

 

3.         PONS [II] de Fos (-after 1056).  "Guido de Fos, Poncius de Fos..." witnessed the charter dated 1056 under which "Guillelmo Gauceranno..." donated “Muginum...castrum” to Lérins[895]

 

 

1.         GUY [I] de Fos (-after 1057).  "...Guido de Fosis..." witnessed the charter dated 1038 under which "Josfredus comes Provincie" granted property to “Fulchoni vicecomiti Massilie...[896].  "Guido de Fos, Poncius de Fos..." witnessed the charter dated 1056 under which "Guillelmo Gauceranno..." donated “Muginum...castrum” to Lérins[897].  "Gausfredus de Rians...Wido de Fos, Fulcho filius Wilelmi Juvenis..." witnessed the charter dated 1057 under which "Gausfredus marchyo sive comes Provincie..." confirmed donations to Marseille Saint-Victor[898].  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas”, which had been “honorem...proavi Poncii Balde dicti Marini Rufi”, to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation for the souls of “patris nostri et matris et fratrum nostrorum defunctorum Pontii, Guillelmi et Ugonis”, signed by “domni Rostagni Aquensis archiepiscopi, Pontius de Fossis et Beluldis, Gaufredus et Guido et Bertrandus fratres, Ugo, Humbertus et Guido frater eius, Guillelmus de Fossis, Ugo Geraldus et fratres eius, Dodonus et filii eius, Petrus Fulco[899]m AUSTRUDIS, daughter  of ---.  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas”, which had been “honorem...proavi Poncii Balde dicti Marini Rufi”, to Avignon church[900].  Guy & his wife had six children: 

a)         AMELIUS [II] de Fos (-[1085/28 Jul 1094])"Rostagnus Aquensis archiepiscopus et Amelius frater meus" donated "in territorio castelli...Eiras in stagno...Fabricatum...unas salinas" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 5 Jul 1075, signed by “Ugo de Torreves, Garsias uxor Amelii supradicti, Pontius filius Amilii, et omnes filii eius, Guido frater eius[901].  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation[902]m GARSIA, daughter of --- (-after 28 Jul 1094).  "Gauzfredus et Vugo...et Vuilelmus juvenis nepos noster...necnon et Amelius Fossanus cum sua uxore Garsia" donated "ecclesiam sancte Marie [et] sancti Johannis...in territorio castri...Sparronis" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 13 Oct 1059[903].  "Rostagnus Aquensis archiepiscopus et Amelius frater meus" donated "in territorio castelli...Eiras in stagno...Fabricatum...unas salinas" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 5 Jul 1075, signed by “Ugo de Torreves, Garsias uxor Amelii supradicti, Pontius filius Amilii, et omnes filii eius, Guido frater eius[904].  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation for the souls of “patris nostri et matris et fratrum nostrorum defunctorum Pontii, Guillelmi et Ugonis[905].  A charter dated 28 Jul 1094 records that "Raimundus...comes et Provincie marchio" and “Dulcis comitissa” both donated tolls on the Durance and Rhône rivers to Saint-Victor de Marseille, naming “...Garsia mulier et filii eius...Poncius de Fosso et Bertrannus et Gaufredus...” among those who had navigation rights and confirmed the donations[906].  "Garsias admonita cum filiis meis Pontio et Bertranno atque Gaufredo" granted toll exemptions to Lérins by undated charter[907].  Amelius & his wife had four children: 

i)          PONS [IV] de Fos .  "Rostagnus Aquensis archiepiscopus et Amelius frater meus" donated "in territorio castelli...Eiras in stagno...Fabricatum...unas salinas" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 5 Jul 1075, signed by “Ugo de Torreves, Garsias uxor Amelii supradicti, Pontius filius Amilii, et omnes filii eius, Guido frater eius[908].  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation, signed by “...Pontius de Fossis et Beluldis, Gaufredus et Guido et Bertrandus fratres...[909].  A charter dated 28 Jul 1094 records that "Raimundus...comes et Provincie marchio" and “Dulcis comitissa” both donated tolls on the Durance and Rhône rivers to Saint-Victor de Marseille, naming “...Garsia mulier et filii eius...Poncius de Fosso et Bertrannus et Gaufredus...” among those who had navigation rights and confirmed the donations[910].  "Garsias admonita cum filiis meis Pontio et Bertranno atque Gaufredo" granted toll exemptions to Lérins by undated charter[911]m (before 1085) BELULDIS, daughter of ---.  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation, signed by “...Pontius de Fossis et Beluldis...[912]

ii)         GEOFFROY de Fos .  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation, signed by “...Pontius de Fossis et Beluldis, Gaufredus et Guido et Bertrandus fratres...[913].  A charter dated 28 Jul 1094 records that "Raimundus...comes et Provincie marchio" and “Dulcis comitissa” both donated tolls on the Durance and Rhône rivers to Saint-Victor de Marseille, naming “...Garsia mulier et filii eius...Poncius de Fosso et Bertrannus et Gaufredus...” among those who had navigation rights and confirmed the donations[914].  "Garsias admonita cum filiis meis Pontio et Bertranno atque Gaufredo" granted toll exemptions to Lérins by undated charter[915]

iii)        GUY [III] de Fos .  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation, signed by “...Pontius de Fossis et Beluldis, Gaufredus et Guido et Bertrandus fratres...[916]

iv)       BERTRAND de Fos .  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation, signed by “...Pontius de Fossis et Beluldis, Gaufredus et Guido et Bertrandus fratres...[917].  A charter dated 28 Jul 1094 records that "Raimundus...comes et Provincie marchio" and “Dulcis comitissa” both donated tolls on the Durance and Rhône rivers to Saint-Victor de Marseille, naming “...Garsia mulier et filii eius...Poncius de Fosso et Bertrannus et Gaufredus...” among those who had navigation rights and confirmed the donations[918].  "Garsias admonita cum filiis meis Pontio et Bertranno atque Gaufredo" granted toll exemptions to Lérins by undated charter[919]

b)         ROSTAIN de Fos (-1085).  Archbishop of Aix [1058].  "Rostagnus Aquensis archiepiscopus et Amelius frater meus" donated "in territorio castelli...Eiras in stagno...Fabricatum...unas salinas" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 5 Jul 1075, signed by “Ugo de Torreves, Garsias uxor Amelii supradicti, Pontius filius Amilii, et omnes filii eius, Guido frater eius[920].  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation[921]

c)         GUY [II] de Fos (-after 1085).  "Guido de Fosso filius alterius Guidonis" donated "in territorio de Bucco et de casto Cauda Longua" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 1071[922]"Rostagnus Aquensis archiepiscopus et Amelius frater meus" donated "in territorio castelli...Eiras in stagno...Fabricatum...unas salinas" to Marseille Saint-Victor by charter dated 5 Jul 1075, signed by “Ugo de Torreves, Garsias uxor Amelii supradicti, Pontius filius Amilii, et omnes filii eius, Guido frater eius[923].  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation[924]

d)         PONS [III] de Fos (-before 1085).  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation for the souls of “patris nostri et matris et fratrum nostrorum defunctorum Pontii, Guillelmi et Ugonis[925]

e)         GUILLAUME de Fos (-before 1085).  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation for the souls of “patris nostri et matris et fratrum nostrorum defunctorum Pontii, Guillelmi et Ugonis[926]

f)          HUGUES de Fos (-before 1085).  A charter dated 1085 records that “Guido et uxor mea Astrudis” donated property “in territorio castelli...Fossas” to Avignon church, that after the donor died “eius filii Rostagnus Aquensis episcopus et Amelius et Guido et Garsia conjux Amelii et filii eius Pontius de Fossis et Gaufredus, Guido atque Bertrannus” confirmed the donation for the souls of “patris nostri et matris et fratrum nostrorum defunctorum Pontii, Guillelmi et Ugonis[927]

 

 

1.         PONS Isnard de Fos (-after 1131).  "...Poncius Isnardi de Fos..." witnessed the charter dated 1131 under which “Berengerius Raimundi comes Merguriensis et marchio Provincie” donated property to Lérins[928]

 

 

 

E.      SEIGNEURS de MARIGNANE et de TREBILLANE (BAUX)

 

 

Marignane is located on the south-east shore of the Etang de Berre, about 20 kilometres north-west of Marseille and 10 kilometres west of Aix-en-Provence, in the present-day French département of Bouches-du-Rhône, arrondissement Istres, canton Berre-l’Etang.  The castle of Trébillane was located about 10 kilometres east of Marignane. 

 

 

GILBERT de Baux, son of RAYMOND de Baux Vicomte de Marseile & his wife Alasacie de Marseille (-[28 Aug 1277/10 Dec 1283], bur Aix Saint-Sauveur)Seigneur de Marignane.  "Les frères Bertrand de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues et Gilbert de Baux seigneur de Marignane, fils du vicomte Raymond" agreed to split their territories, including revenue from “Alasacie leur mère” by charter dated 17 Dec 1250[929].  He is named as deceased in the 10 Dec 1283 charter of his sons, quoted below.  His place of burial is confirmed by the 3 May 1301 testament of his son Guillaume. 

m SIBYLLE Dame de Toulon, daughter of --- (-before 28 Jun 1297).  Charles II King of Sicily ordered the execution of the testment of "Sibylle dame de Toulon veuve de Gilbert de Baux" by charter dated 28 Jun 1297[930]

Gilbert & his wife had five children: 

1.         HUGUES [I] de Baux (-[28 Mar 1306/2 Jul 1309]).  Seigneur de Trébillane, de iure uxoris.  "Hugues de Baux seigneur de Trébillane, Raymond de Baux seigneur de Marignane et Guillaume de Baux chanoine d’Aix, fils de feu Gilbert de Baux de Marignane" were named as present “à la translation du chef de Sainte-Madeleine dans une chasse dor” in a charter dated 10 Dec 1283[931]A letter dated 28 Mar 1306 ordered payments from the properties of "feu Hugues de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" be paid to “...Hugues de Baux seigneur de Trebillane, aux fils de feu Raymond de Baux seigneur de Marignane...[932].  The 2 Jul 1309 charter quoted below suggests that Hugues had died before that date.  m (before 1288) SANCIE de Trébillane, daughter of PUYRICH Seigneur de Trébillane & his wife ---.  "Noble Sancie fille et héritière de Puyrich seigneur de Trebillane" donated her castle to "son mari Hugues de Baux, fils de feu Gilbert seigneur de Marignane" by charter dated 1288[933].  Hugues & his wife had one child: 

a)         HUGUES [II] de Baux (-after 17 Mar 1332).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not been identified, but it is suggested by the following document as swearing allegiance would normally follow succession to the property in question.  "Hugues de Baux seigneur de Trebillane" swore homage to the sénéchal de Provence for “ce château et son territoire” by charter dated 2 Jul 1309[934].  "Hugues de Baux seigneur de Trébillane" and the proxy of “noble Blacas de Beaudinard coseigneur du plan d’Aups, gendre dudit Hugues” agreed payments “en dot à sa femme Huguette de Baux alias Bauceta” by charter dated 17 Mar 1332[935]m ---.  The primary source which confirms the name of Hugues’s wife has not been identified.  Hugues [II] & his wife had one child: 

i)          HUGUETTE de Baux “Bauceta” .  "Hugues de Baux seigneur de Trébillane" and the proxy of “noble Blacas de Beaudinard coseigneur du plan d’Aups, gendre dudit Hugues” agreed payments “en dot à sa femme Huguette de Baux alias Bauceta” by charter dated 17 Mar 1332[936]m ([17 Mar 1332]) BLACAS de Baudinard, son of ---.  

2.         RAYMOND de Baux (-before 28 Mar 1306).  Seigneur de Marignane.  "Hugues de Baux seigneur de Trébillane, Raymond de Baux seigneur de Marignane et Guillaume de Baux chanoine d’Aix, fils de feu Gilbert de Baux de Marignane" were named as present “à la translation du chef de Sainte-Madeleine dans une chasse dor” in a charter dated 10 Dec 1283[937]He was named as deceased in the 28 Mar 1306 charter quoted below.  m ---.  The primary source which confirms the name of Raymond’s wife has not been identified.  Raymond & his wife had children: 

a)         BERTRAND de Baux .  A letter dated 28 Mar 1306 ordered payments from the properties of "feu Hugues de Baux seigneur de Meyrargues" be paid to “...Hugues de Baux seigneur de Trebillane, aux fils de feu Raymond de Baux seigneur de Marignane...[938]Co-seigneur de Marignane: "Bertrand de Baux coseigneur de Marignane" swore homage to the sénéchal de Provence for “les châteaux de Marignane et de Saint-Victoret” by charter dated 2 Jul 1309[939].  "Bertrand de Baux II et son frère Gilbert II coseigneurs de Marignane" swore homage to Robert King of Sicily for “le château de Marignane et la haute seigneurie...à Saint-Victoret”, Bertrand promising to ratify the homage “par son frère lorsqu’il sera majeur”, by charter dated 15 Dec 1309[940]

b)         GILBERT de Baux ([after 1289?]-).  "Bertrand de Baux II et son frère Gilbert II coseigneurs de Marignane" swore homage to Robert King of Sicily for “le château de Marignane et la haute seigneurie...à Saint-Victoret”, Bertrand promising to ratify the homage “par son frère lorsqu’il sera majeur”, by charter dated 15 Dec 1309[941]

3.         GUILLAUME de Baux (-after 3 May 1301, bur Aix Saint-Sauveur).  Canon at Aix.  "Hugues de Baux seigneur de Trébillane, Raymond de Baux seigneur de Marignane et Guillaume de Baux chanoine d’Aix, fils de feu Gilbert de Baux de Marignane" were named as present “à la translation du chef de Sainte-Madeleine dans une chasse dor” in a charter dated 10 Dec 1283[942]The testament of "Guillaume de Baux chanoine d’Aix, fils de feu noble Gilbert de Baux de Marignane", dated 3 May 1301, chose burial "dans l’église Saint-Sauveur d’Aix et dans la tombe de son père", named “Hugues de Baux son frère” as universal heir, and appointed “son cousin Raymond de Baux I de Meyrargues...” as executor[943]

4.         BERTRAND de Baux (-after 23 Mar 1305, bur Aix Mont-Carmel).  Co-seigneur de Marignane: the testament of "Bertrand de Baux II damoiseau coseigneur de Marignane, fils de feu Gilbert de Baux", dated 23 Mar 1305, chose burial “dans le cimetière de l’église du Mont-Carmel d’Aix”, acknowledged having received “la dot de Bérengère son épouse”, and named Charles II King of Sicily as his universal heir[944].  His appointment of the king of Sicily as heir suggests that Bertrand died childless.  m BERENGERE, daughter of ---.  the testament of "Bertrand de Baux II damoiseau coseigneur de Marignane, fils de feu Gilbert de Baux", dated 23 Mar 1305, acknowledged having received “la dot de Bérengère son épouse[945]

5.         VIERNE de Baux (-after 14 Oct 1310).  The testament of "Vierne de Baux de Marignane" is dated 14 Oct 1310[946].  “Noble dame Vierne de Baux fille de Gilbert de Marignane” having founded a chapel at Aix Saint-Sauveur, “Bérenger Audibert son fils” named a replacement priest for the chapel by charter dated 20 Jun 1345[947]m --- Audibert, son of ---. 

 

 

The primary sources which confirm the precise relationships between the following persons and the Baux-Marignane family shown above: 

 

1.         GILBERT de Baux “le jeune” (-before 1354).  Co-seigneur de MarignaneFrançois de Baux seigneur de Marignane...sous le consentement de Belinde Hugolin sa mère” and the chapter of Aix Saint-Sauveur reached agreement on legacies made by “Gilbert de Baux seigneur de Marignane dit Le doux et Gilbert de Baux le jeune coseigneur du même lieu”, which had been confirmed 15 Apr 1354 by “feu Guillaume de Baux chevalier seigneur de Marignane héritier des deux Gilbert et père de François de Baux”, by charter dated 15 Nov 1391[948]

 

2.         ELEONORE de Baux (-before 20 Dec 1340).  "Guillaume de Baux II seigneur de Berre, comme héritier universel...de sa femme Eléonore de Baux de Marignane" swore homage to “Jean Revest maître-rational, délégué du sénéchal Philippe de Sanguinet” for “la Bastide des Jourdans...” by charter dated 20 Dec 1340[949]m GUILLAUME de Baux Seigneur de Berre, son of BERTRAND [II] de Baux Seigneur de Berre & his wife Bérengère --- (-[15 Jun/10 Sep] 1344). 

 

3.         RAYMOND de Baux (-after 7 Jun 1348, bur Silvacane).  The testament of "Raymond de Baux de Marignane", dated 7 Jun 1348, requested burial “dans le cimetière de l’abbaye de Silvacane” and bequeathed “à Marie de Marseille son épouse ses droits sur le péage de Marignane[950]m MARIE de Marseille, daughter of --- (-after 7 Jun 1348).  The testament of "Raymond de Baux de Marignane", dated 7 Jun 1348, requested burial “dans le cimetière de l’abbaye de Silvacane” and bequeathed “à Marie de Marseille son épouse ses droits sur le péage de Marignane[951]

 

 

Two siblings, parents not identified, but the 15 Nov 1391 charter quoted below confirms their descent from the earlier Baux-Marignane family: 

1.         GUILLAUME de Baux (-before 25 Aug 1381).  Seigneur de Marignane.  His son’s 15 Nov 1391 charter records Guillaume’s 15 Apr 1354 confirmation of his predecessors’ donations to Aix Saint-Sauveur.  The testament of “Raymond de Baux II comte d’Avellin”, dated 21 Aug 1367, named as universal heir ”l’enfant qui naîtra de sa femme Jeanne Roger de Beaufort fille du vicomte de Turenne...si elle accouche d’un fils”, substituting successively “...son cousin Guillaume de Baux seigneur de Marignane[952]m BELINDE Hugolin, daughter of --- (-after 27 Aug 1393).  A charter dated 25 Aug 1381 records that “Pierre Forcalquier médecin” leased a house to “dame Belinde Hugolen mère et tutrice de François, Guillaume et Alaysette de Baux de Marignane” by charter dated 25 Aug 1381[953].  “Dame Belin de Hugolen veuve du chevalier Guillaume de Baux seigneur de Marignane et coseigneur de Maillane, en qualité de tutrice de Guillaume héritier universal de son père” assigned revenue “dans le territoire de Maillane” to “noble Bernard Romée d’Arles” by charter dated 30 Oct 1389[954].  She is named in the 15 Nov 1391 charter of her son François, and the 27 Aug 1393 charter of her daughter Phanette, quoted below.  Guillaume & his wife had four children: 

a)         PHANETTE de Baux .  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the marriage contract of [her son] “Bérenger de Pontevès fils d’Isnard seigneur de Lambesc et de Phanette de Baux” and “Catherine de Lambesc fille de feu Guillaume”, in the presence of “Belinde Hugolen veuve de Guillaume de Baux coseigneur de Marignane aïeule maternelle de Bérenger...”, is dated 27 Aug 1393[955]m ISNARD de Pontevès Seigneur de Lambesc, son of BERENGER [I] de Pontevès & his wife Marguerite d’Agoult (-after 1404). 

b)         FRANÇOIS de Baux (-after 27 Oct 1422).  A charter dated 25 Aug 1381 records that “Pierre Forcalquier médecin” leased a house to “dame Belinde Hugolen mère et tutrice de François, Guillaume et Alaysette de Baux de Marignane” by charter dated 25 Aug 1381[956]Seigneur de Marignane.  “François de Baux seigneur de Marignane” swore allegiance to “la Reine Marie tutrice de son fils le roi Louis” for “le château et la vallée de Marignane” by charter dated 21 Aug 1385[957].  “François de Baux seigneur de Marignane...sous le consentement de Belinde Hugolin sa mère” and the chapter of Aix Saint-Sauveur reached agreement on legacies made by “Gilbert de Baux seigneur de Marignane dit Le doux et Gilbert de Baux le jeune coseigneur du même lieu”, which had been confirmed 15 Apr 1354 by “feu Guillaume de Baux chevalier seigneur de Marignane héritier des deux Gilbert et père de François de Baux”, by charter dated 15 Nov 1391[958]François de Baux seigneur de Marignane fils et héritier de Guillaume” sold “[le] château de Marignane” to “Yolande reine de Sicile”, declared having received dowry for “sa fille Alix de Baux” and having paid “sa femme Urbaine d’Agout”, by charter dated 27 Oct 1422[959]m (before 24 Nov 1400) URBAINE d’Agout, daughter of ---.  “Guillaume de Baux procureur de son frère François de Baux seigneur de Marignane” acknowledged receipt from “Bérenger de Pontevès seigneur de Châteaurenard” of money towards the promised dowry of “Urbaine d’Agout épouse de François de Baux” by charter dated 24 Nov 1400[960]François de Baux seigneur de Marignane fils et héritier de Guillaume” sold “[le] château de Marignane” to “Yolande reine de Sicile”, declared having received dowry for “sa fille Alix de Baux” and having paid “sa femme Urbaine d’Agout”, by charter dated 27 Oct 1422[961]François & his wife had two children: 

i)          ALIX de BauxFrançois de Baux seigneur de Marignane fils et héritier de Guillaume” sold “[le] château de Marignane” to “Yolande reine de Sicile”, declared having received dowry for “sa fille Alix de Baux” and having paid “sa femme Urbaine d’Agout”, by charter dated 27 Oct 1422[962]

ii)         MARGUERITE de Baux (-after 14 Jul 1460).  Marguerite de Baux religieuse du monastère Sainte-Claire de Marseille, fille et héritière de François de Baux de Marignane et d’Urbaine d’Agout” named proxies to recover money due to her by charter dated 9 Jun 1437[963]

c)         GUILLAUME de Baux ([after 1370]-after 14 Jun 1425).  A charter dated 25 Aug 1381 records that “Pierre Forcalquier médecin” leased a house to “dame Belinde Hugolen mère et tutrice de François, Guillaume et Alaysette de Baux de Marignane” by charter dated 25 Aug 1381[964].  “Dame Belin de Hugolen veuve du chevalier Guillaume de Baux seigneur de Marignane et coseigneur de Maillane, en qualité de tutrice de Guillaume héritier universal de son père” assigned revenue “dans le territoire de Maillane” to “noble Bernard Romée d’Arles” by charter dated 30 Oct 1389[965]m (before 1 Nov 1409) HUGUETTE Ricard, daughter of ROSTAING Ricard de l’Isle & his wife ---.  Huguette Ricard fille de noble Rostaing Ricard de l’Isle femme de Guillaume de Baux de Marignane seigneur de Villelaure, Lambesc et La Barben” sold property by charter dated 1 Nov 1409[966]

d)         ALASACIE de Baux .  A charter dated 25 Aug 1381 records that “Pierre Forcalquier médecin” leased a house to “dame Belinde Hugolen mère et tutrice de François, Guillaume et Alaysette de Baux de Marignane” by charter dated 25 Aug 1381[967]

2.         CONSTANCE de Baux (-after 11 Mar 1360).  Nun at Aix Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth.  A charter dated 11 Mar 1360 named "Béatrix et Florette de Puyricard, Catherine, Alix et Constance de Marignane, appartenant toutes à la famille des Baux" as nuns at Aix Notre-Dame de Nazareth[968]Her family relationship is confirmed by the 1399 charter under which the prior of Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth declared having received payment from “[le] seigneur actuel de Marignane” of money due under agreement between “feu sœur Catherine de naux et son frère Guillaume[969]

 

 



[1] Léoncel, XXVII, p. 31. 

[2] Léoncel LII, p. 58. 

[3] Léoncel LXIII, p. 68. 

[4] Léoncel, XXVII, p. 31. 

[5] Léoncel, XXVII, p. 31. 

[6] Chevalier ‘Valentinois, Diois’ (1889), p. 310, and Durbon, 203, p. 151. 

[7] Chevalier ‘Valentinois, Diois’ (1889), p. 312. 

[8] Mémoires Valentinois et Diois, p. 46, and Durbon, 111, p. 97. 

[9] Chevalier ‘Valentinois, Diois’ (1889), p. 311. 

[10] Chevalier ‘Valentinois, Diois’ (1889), p. 310, and Durbon, 203, p. 151. 

[11] Chevalier ‘Valentinois, Diois’ (1889), p. 310, and Durbon, 203, p. 151. 

[12] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 6896, col. 186. 

[13] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 6163, col. 56. 

[14] Mémoires Valentinois et Diois, p. 51. 

[15] Mémoires Valentinois et Diois, p. 55. 

[16] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 6163, col. 56. 

[17] Chevalier ‘Valentinois, Diois’ (1889), p. 313. 

[18] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 6896, col. 186. 

[19] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 6163, col. 56. 

[20] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 6896, col. 186. 

[21] Chevalier ‘Valentinois, Diois’ (1889), p. 310, and Durbon, 203, p. 151. 

[22] Mémoires Valentinois et Diois, p. 55. 

[23] Chevalier ‘Valentinois, Diois’ (1889), p. 321. 

[24] Chevalier ‘Valentinois, Diois’ (1889), p. 323. 

[25] Léoncel, XXVII, p. 31. 

[26] Chevalier ‘Valentinois, Diois’ (1889), p. 321. 

[27] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 61. 

[28] Durbon, 422, 424, pp. 308, 312. 

[29] Roman ‘Famille Artaud’ (1886), p. 428, citing “copie dans le fonds de la Chartreuse de Berthaud aux arch. des Hautes-Alpes”. 

[30] Baux Chartes 323, p. 92, citing Mss du Dr.  M. Millet. 

[31] Baux Chartes 463, p. 133, citing Mss du Dr.  M. Millet. 

[32] ES XIV 6. 

[33] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 7101, col. 223. 

[34] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 7420, col. 273. 

[35] Baux Chartes 280, p. 79, citing Ch. Saint-Césaire d'Arles, Carton S. B. 2, Ch. orig. avec sceau, Notre-Dame no. 8, B.-du-R. 

[36] Baux Chartes 298, p. 84, citing Chart.orig, Carton de Mévouillon, Isère. 

[37] Baux Chartes 280, p. 79, citing Ch. Saint-Césaire d'Arles, Carton S. B. 2, Ch. orig. avec sceau, Notre-Dame no. 8, B.-du-R. 

[38] Baux Chartes 298, p. 84, citing Chart.orig, Carton de Mévouillon, Isère. 

[39] Baux Chartes 463, p. 133, citing Mss du Dr.  M. Millet. 

[40] Baux Chartes 619, p. 178. 

[41] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 61. 

[42] Mémoires Valentinois et Diois, p. 76. 

[43] Chevalier ‘Valentinois, Diois’ (1889), p. 321. 

[44] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 7878, col. 353. 

[45] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 8627, col. 484. 

[46] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 10900, col. 838, citing “Grenoble, Invent. Baronnies, II, 328 : 991”. 

[47] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 96. 

[48] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 7530, col. 292. 

[49] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 9263, col. 585. 

[50] ES XIV 6. 

[51] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 98. 

[52] Valbonnais (1722), Tome II, LVIII, p. 61. 

[53] Valbonnais (1722), Tome II, LVIII, p. 61

[54] Valbonnais (1722), Tome II, LVIII, p. 61

[55] Valbonnais (1722), Tome II, LVIII, p. 61

[56] Valbonnais (1722), Tome II, LVIII, p. 61

[57] Valbonnais (1722), Tome II, LVIII, p. 61

[58] Valbonnais (1722), Tome II, LVIII, p. 61

[59] Valbonnais (1722), Tome II, LVIII, p. 61

[60] Valbonnais (1722), Tome II, LXIII, p. 65. 

[61] Valbonnais (1722), Tome II, LXXXIII, p. 84. 

[62] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome III, 14191, col. 425. 

[63] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome IV, 20827, col. 428. 

[64] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome IV, 21153, col. 474. 

[65] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome V, 25246, col. 71. 

[66] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 6403, col. 100. 

[67] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 8627, col. 484. 

[68] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 10665, col. 799. 

[69] ES XIV 7. 

[70] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 100. 

[71] Valbonnais (1722), Tome II, LVIII, p. 61. 

[72] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 107, footnote (2) from previous page. 

[73] ES XIV 6. 

[74] Bourel de la Roncière (1895), Fascicule 1, 294, p. 79. 

[75] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 100. 

[76] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome III, 14394, col. 458. 

[77] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome III, 15201, col. 587. 

[78] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 107, footnote (2) from previous page. 

[79] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome III, 15208, col. 588. 

[80] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 109. 

[81] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 112, footnote (4). 

[82] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome V, 27251, col. 349. 

[83] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome V, 27251, col. 349. 

[84] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome V, 27251, col. 349. 

[85] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 112, footnote (4). 

[86] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 118, footnote (3). 

[87] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 118, footnote (3). 

[88] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 119. 

[89] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome V, 27251, col. 349. 

[90] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 80. 

[91] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 239. 

[92] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 128. 

[93] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 129. 

[94] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 130. 

[95] ES XIV 11, 38. 

[96] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 130. 

[97] ES XIV 7-8, extinct in the male line after 29 Oct 1720. 

[98] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 128. 

[99] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 128. 

[100] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 128. 

[101] Arch. Dép. de l’Isère J552, Inventaire...Sassenage, M. Moulinet, no. 62. 

[102] ES XIV 7. 

[103] Chorier (1672), p. 82. 

[104] Chorier (1672), p. 82. 

[105] Baux Chartes 1181, p. 338. 

[106] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome VI, 33672, col. 516. 

[107] Durbon, 694, p. 645. 

[108] Durbon, 700, p. 654. 

[109] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome V, 27251, col. 349. 

[110] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 93. 

[111] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 93. 

[112] ES XIV 6. 

[113] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 61. 

[114] Baux Chartes 298, p. 84, citing Chart.orig, Carton de Mévouillon, Isère. 

[115] Durbon, 422, 424, pp. 308, 312. 

[116] Roman ‘Famille Artaud’ (1886), p. 428, citing “copie dans le fonds de la Chartreuse de Berthaud aux arch. des Hautes-Alpes”. 

[117] Baux Chartes 463, p. 133, citing Mss du Dr.  M. Millet. 

[118] Baux Chartes 513, p. 147. 

[119] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, pp. 76-7. 

[120] ES XIV 6. 

[121] ES XIV 6. 

[122] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 9263, col. 585. 

[123] ES XIV 6. 

[124] Roman ‘Famille Artaud’ (1886), p. 431, citing “Arch. des Bouches-du-Rhône, B, 1,102, copie”. 

[125] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, pp. 77-8. 

[126] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 80. 

[127] ES XIV 6, extinct in the male line [1490]. 

[128] Chevalier (1897), Tome I, p. 80. 

[129] Roman ‘Famille Artaud’ (1886), p. 431, citing “Arch. des Bouches-du-Rhône, B, 1,102, copie”. 

[130] ES XIV 6. 

[131] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome VII, 2316, col. 212. 

[132] ES XIV 11. 

[133] Baux Chartes 217, p. 60, citing Liv. noir, f. 65 v, Ch. S. D. D., Arch. munic. de Marseille.      

[134] Baux Chartes 222, p. 62, citing Liv. noir, f. 68 v, Arch. munic. de Marseille.      

[135] Baux Chartes 291, p. 83. 

[136] Baux Chartes 342, p. 92. 

[137] Baux Chartes 355, p. 101. 

[138] Baux Chartes 375, 384, pp. 107, 110. 

[139] Baux Chartes 37, p. 108. 

[140] Baux Chartes 385, p. 111. 

[141] Baux Chartes 406, p. 116. 

[142] Baux Chartes 422, p. 121. 

[143] Baux Chartes 427, p. 123. 

[144] Baux Chartes 464, p. 133. 

[145] Baux Chartes 479, p. 137. 

[146] Baux Chartes 515, p. 147. 

[147] Baux Chartes 159, p. 43, citing L. B. 338, B-du-R., and Cong. archéol. d'Arles, 1876, p. 403, Dr Barthélemy.        

[148] Baux Chartes 226, p. 63, citing L. B. 318, B.-du-R. 

[149] Baux Chartes 410, p. 117, citing Fonds de Valentinois, ch. no. 4, Isère. 

[150] Baux Chartes 422, p. 121. 

[151] Baux Chartes 460, p. 132. 

[152] Baux Chartes 480, p. 137. 

[153] Baux Chartes 515, p. 147. 

[154] Baux Chartes 516, p. 148. 

[155] Baux Chartes 342, p. 92. 

[156] Baux Chartes 385, p. 111. 

[157] Baux Chartes 422, p. 121. 

[158] Baux Chartes 479, p. 137. 

[159] Baux Chartes 515, p. 147. 

[160] Baux Chartes 656, p. 190. 

[161] Baux Chartes 657, p. 191. 

[162] Baux Chartes 665, p. 193. 

[163] Baux Chartes 596, p. 170. 

[164] Baux Chartes 840, p. 244. 

[165] Baux Chartes 872, p. 254. 

[166] Baux Chartes 464, p. 133. 

[167] Baux Chartes 656, p. 190. 

[168] Baux Chartes 883, p. 257. 

[169] Baux Chartes 883, p. 257, footnote (1), citing “Reg. B. 1419, fo. 256 v, B.-du-R.”. 

[170] Baux Chartes 892, p. 259. 

[171] Baux Chartes 900, p. 261. 

[172] Baux Chartes 884, p. 257. 

[173] Baux Chartes 884, p. 257. 

[174] Baux Chartes 385, p. 111. 

[175] Baux Chartes 515, p. 147. 

[176] Baux Chartes 602, p. 172. 

[177] Baux Chartes 675, p. 196. 

[178] Baux Chartes 478, p. 137. 

[179] Baux Chartes 480, p. 137. 

[180] Baux Chartes 515, p. 147. 

[181] Baux Chartes 596, p. 170. 

[182] Baux Chartes 665, p. 193. 

[183] Baux Chartes 553, p. 158. 

[184] Baux Chartes 563, p. 161. 

[185] Baux Chartes 976, p. 281. 

[186] Baux Chartes 728, p. 211. 

[187] Baux Chartes 955, p. 276. 

[188] Baux Chartes 964, p. 278. 

[189] Baux Chartes 978, p. 282. 

[190] Baux Chartes 1030, p. 296. 

[191] Baux Chartes 1051, p. 302. 

[192] Baux Chartes 1134, p. 325. 

[193] Baux Chartes 1337, p. 383. 

[194] Baux Chartes 1353, p. 389. 

[195] Baux Chartes 976, p. 281. 

[196] Baux Chartes 994, p. 286. 

[197] Baux Chartes 1008, p. 290. 

[198] Baux Chartes 976, p. 281. 

[199] Baux Chartes 1051, p. 302. 

[200] ES XIV 38. 

[201] Baux Chartes 1047, p. 301. 

[202] Baux Chartes 1126, p. 323. 

[203] Baux Chartes 1228, p. 352. 

[204] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome VI, 32320, col. 135. 

[205] Baux Chartes 1224, p. 351. 

[206] Baux Chartes 1383, p. 397. 

[207] Baux Chartes 1388, p. 399. 

[208] Baux Chartes 1404, p. 403. 

[209] Baux Chartes 1640, p. 469. 

[210] Baux Chartes 1206, p. 346. 

[211] Baux Chartes 1386, p. 398. 

[212] Baux Chartes 1540, p. 442. 

[213] Baux Chartes 1386, p. 398. 

[214] Baux Chartes 1540, p. 442. 

[215] Baux Chartes 1105, p. 317. 

[216] Baux Chartes 976, p. 281. 

[217] Baux Chartes 848, p. 247. 

[218] Baux Chartes 848, p. 247. 

[219] Baux Chartes 515, p. 147. 

[220] Baux Chartes 602, p. 172. 

[221] Baux Chartes 807, p. 234. 

[222] Baux Chartes 515, p. 147. 

[223] Valbonnais (1722), Tome I, DDDD, p. 206. 

[224] ES XIV 18. 

[225] Sabran-Pontevès (1897), p. 21, footnote (e). 

[226] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 83. 

[227] Huillard-Bréholles (1852), Tome V, p. 1234. 

[228] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 82. 

[229] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 83. 

[230] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 83. 

[231] ES XIV 18. 

[232] ES XIV 18. 

[233] Baux Chartes 570, p. 163. 

[234] Baux Chartes 570, p. 163. 

[235] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 84. 

[236] ES XIV 18-24. 

[237] ES XIV 25-34. 

[238] Baux Chartes 570, p. 163. 

[239] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 83. 

[240] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 83. 

[241] ES XIV 10. 

[242] ES XIV 10. 

[243] Baux Chartes 992, p. 285. 

[244] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 84. 

[245] Manteyer (1908), p. 354, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 35. 

[246] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 1071, p. 540. 

[247] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  58, p. 86. 

[248] Manteyer (1908), p. 296, quoting Polycarpe de la Rivière Annales, p. 626, from the Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 28. 

[249] Manteyer (1908), p. 355, quoting Montm., ed. du Roure, p. 134. 

[250] Manteyer (1908), p. 296, quoting Polycarpe de la Rivière Annales, p. 626, from the Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 28. 

[251] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  58, p. 86. 

[252] Manteyer (1908), p. 296, quoting Polycarpe de la Rivière Annales, p. 626, from the Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 28. 

[253] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 1071, p. 540. 

[254] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 185, no. 462. 

[255] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 185, no. 462. 

[256] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 185, no. 462. 

[257] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  58, p. 86. 

[258] Manteyer (1908), p. 296, quoting Polycarpe de la Rivière Annales, p. 626, from the Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 28. 

[259] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 1071, p. 540. 

[260] Manteyer (1908), p. 296, quoting Polycarpe de la Rivière Annales, p. 626, from the Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 28. 

[261] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 1071, p. 540. 

[262] Manteyer (1908), p. 355, quoting Montm., ed. du Roure, p. 134. 

[263] Manteyer (1908), p. 355, quoting Montm., ed. du Roure, p. 134. 

[264] Manteyer (1908), p. 408, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 45. 

[265] Manteyer (1908), p. 408, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 45. 

[266] Manteyer (1908), p. 408, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 45. 

[267] Manteyer (1908), p. 408, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 45. 

[268] Manteyer (1908), p. 408, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 45. 

[269] Manteyer (1908), p. 408, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 45. 

[270] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome V, Preuves, Chartes et Diplômes, 191, col. 388. 

[271] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome V, Preuves, Chartes et Diplômes, 276, col. 542. 

[272] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome V, Preuves, Chartes et Diplômes, 276, col. 542. 

[273] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome V, Preuves, Chartes et Diplômes, 370.I, col. 703. 

[274] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome V, Preuves, Chartes et Diplômes, 359, col. 685. 

[275] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome V, Preuves, Chartes et Diplômes, 370.I, col. 703. 

[276] Grousset, R. (1934/1991) Histoire de Croisades (Paris), Vol. I, pp. 117, 122, 133 and 154.  [J.-C. Chuat]

[277] Bullaire de Saint-Gilles XXIV, p. 42. 

[278] Bullaire de Saint-Gilles XLII and XLVI, pp. 61 and 65. 

[279] Richerenches, 28, p. 29. 

[280] Richerenches, 31, p. 33. 

[281] Bullaire de Saint-Gilles XXIV, p. 42. 

[282] Richerenches, 28, p. 29. 

[283] Richerenches, 31, p. 33. 

[284] Richerenches, 28, p. 29. 

[285] Richerenches, 28, p. 29. 

[286] Bibliotheca Sebusiana, Centuria I, XXIV, p. 63. 

[287] Richerenches, 133, p. 126. 

[288] Richerenches, 28, p. 29. 

[289] Richerenches, 28, p. 29. 

[290] Bullaire de Saint-Gilles XXIV, p. 42. 

[291] Richerenches, 28, p. 29. 

[292] Richerenches, 30, p. 31. 

[293] Richerenches, 31, p. 33. 

[294] Bibliotheca Sebusiana, Centuria I, XXIV, p. 63. 

[295] Richerenches, 30, p. 31. 

[296] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome V, Preuves, Chartes et Diplômes, 634, col. 1232. 

[297] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 82. 

[298] Maguelone, Tome I, CXCV, p. 352. 

[299] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome VIII, Preuves, Chartes et Diplômes, 102.II, col. 461. 

[300] Maguelone, Tome I, CXCV, p. 352. 

[301] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome VIII, Preuves, Chartes et Diplômes, 102.II, col. 461. 

[302] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 2nd Edn. Tome IV, Preuves, CCXXVIII, p. 525. 

[303] Spicilegium Tome III, p. 561.    

[304] Spicilegium Tome III, p. 566.    

[305] Spicilegium Tome III, p. 577. 

[306] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 6896, col. 186. 

[307] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome VIII, Preuves, Chartes, 139.III, col. 560. 

[308] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome VIII, Preuves, Chartes, 139.III, col. 560. 

[309] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome VIII, Preuves, Chartes, 139.III, col. 560. 

[310] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome V, Preuves, Chartes et Diplômes, 634, col. 1232. 

[311] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 82. 

[312] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome V, Preuves, Chartes et Diplômes, 591.II, col. 1151. 

[313] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome VIII, Preuves, Chartes, 89, col. 560. 

[314] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome VIII, Preuves, Chartes, 144.I, col. 567. 

[315] Bouche (1664), Tome II, p. 206. 

[316] Papon, Tome II (1778), Preuves, XXXIV, p. xxxvi. 

[317] Baux Chartes 205, p. 56, citing Mon. Saint-André-d'Avignon, f 48 v, Mss latin no. 13916, de la Bibliot. nation. 

[318] Baux Chartes 205, p. 56, citing Mon. Saint-André-d'Avignon, f 48 v, Mss latin no. 13916, de la Bibliot. nation.      

[319] Papon, Tome II (1778), Preuves, LIV, p. lxv. 

[320] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Gap, Col. 284, no. XIX. 

[321] Bouche (1664), Tome II, p. 206. 

[322] Papon, Tome II (1778), Preuves, XXXVI, p. xxxviii. 

[323] Juvénis & Albert (1892) Tome III, Appendice, 16, p. 222. 

[324] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1213, MGH SS XXIII, p. 898. 

[325] RHGF XIX, Ex Roderici archiepiscopi Toletani, De rebus Hispaniæ, Liber VI, III, p. 229. 

[326] RHGF XIX, Ex brevi historia comitum Provinciæ ex familia comitum Aragonensium, p. 231. 

[327] Papon, Tome II (1778), Preuves, XXXVI, p. xxxviii. 

[328] Juvénis & Albert (1892) Tome III, Appendice, 16, p. 222. 

[329] De Allobrogibus, VIII, pp. 427 and 429. 

[330] Bibliotheca Sebusiana, Centuria I, LXXVIII, p. 141. 

[331] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome VIII, Preuves, Chartes, 131.VI, col. 532. 

[332] ES XIV 183. 

[333] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome VIII, Preuves, Chartes, 131.VI, col. 532. 

[334] Berger (1897), Tome II, 4158, p. 9. 

[335] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome VIII, Preuves, Chartes, 139.I, col. 559. 

[336] Histoire Générale de Languedoc 3rd Edn. Tome VIII, Preuves, Chartes, 139.II, col. 560. 

[337] Baux Chartes 205, p. 56, citing Mon. Saint-André-d'Avignon, f 48 v, Mss latin no. 13916, de la Bibliot. nation.      

[338] Papon, Tome II (1778), Preuves, LIV, p. lxv. 

[339] Sabran-Pontevès (1897), pp. 136-41, and ES XIV 180. 

[340] Jacotin (1898), Tome 1, 127.72, p. 192. 

[341] Manteyer (1908), p. 338, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-André, fos. 22 and 43. 

[342] Manteyer (1908), p. 338, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-André, fos. 22 and 43. 

[343] Manteyer (1908), p. 338, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-André, fos. 22 and 43. 

[344] Manteyer (1908), p. 338, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-André, fos. 22 and 43. 

[345] Lérins, XLIX, p. 47. 

[346] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  180, p. 210. 

[347] Lérins, XLIX, p. 47. 

[348] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  620, p. 616. 

[349] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  180, p. 210. 

[350] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  180, p. 210. 

[351] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  455, p. 460. 

[352] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  620, p. 616. 

[353] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  180, p. 210. 

[354] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[355] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 686, p. 25. 

[356] Lérins, CCLXXIX, p. 284. 

[357] Lérins, CCLXXiX, p. 284. 

[358] Lérins, CCLXXX, p. 286. 

[359] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 686, p. 25. 

[360] Lérins, CCLXXIX, p. 284. 

[361] Manteyer (1908), p. 407, quoting Arch. de Vaucluse G., chap. métr., art. 27 provisoire, fo. 2. 

[362] Manteyer (1908), p. 407, quoting Arch. de Vaucluse G., chap. métr., art. 27 provisoire, fo. 2. 

[363] Lérins, CCLXXIX, p. 284. 

[364] Lérins, CCLXXX, p. 286. 

[365] Lérins, CCLXXIX, p. 284. 

[366] Lérins, CCLXXX, p. 286. 

[367] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[368] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[369] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[370] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 666, p. 12. 

[371] Manteyer (1908), p. 369, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-André, fo. 36. 

[372] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  455, p. 460. 

[373] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  180, p. 210. 

[374] Valence Saint-Rufus, I, p. 1. 

[375] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 790, p. 141. 

[376] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 659, p. 3. 

[377] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[378] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 790, p. 141. 

[379] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 664, p. 10. 

[380] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[381] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 664, p. 10. 

[382] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 790, p. 141. 

[383] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 659, p. 3. 

[384] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 680, p. 20. 

[385] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 680, p. 20. 

[386] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[387] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 664, p. 10. 

[388] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 680, p. 20. 

[389] Valence Saint-Rufus I, p. 1. 

[390] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 790, p. 141. 

[391] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[392] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 663, p. 9. 

[393] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 664, p. 10. 

[394] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 663, p. 9. 

[395] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 664, p. 10. 

[396] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[397] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 663, p. 9. 

[398] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 664, p. 10. 

[399] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 686, p. 25. 

[400] Manteyer (1908), p. 380, quoting Arch. de Vaucluse G., chap. métr., art. 27 provisoire, ff. 32 v.-33 r. 

[401] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[402] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 663, p. 9. 

[403] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 664, p. 10. 

[404] Manteyer (1908), p. 386, quoting Bibl. nat. ms. lat. nouv. acq. 1498, ff. 21 v.-23 r. 

[405] Manteyer (1908), p. 386, quoting Bibl. nat. ms. lat. nouv. acq. 1498, ff. 21 v.-23 r. 

[406] Manteyer (1908), p. 386, quoting Bibl. nat. ms. lat. nouv. acq. 1498, ff. 21 v.-23 r.  

[407] Valence Saint-Rufus I, p. 1. 

[408] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[409] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 663, p. 9. 

[410] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 664, p. 10. 

[411] Manteyer (1908), p. 386, quoting Bibl. nat. ms. lat. nouv. acq. 1498, ff. 21 v.-23 r. 

[412] Manteyer (1908), p. 380, quoting Arch. de Vaucluse G., chap. métr., art. 27 provisoire, ff. 32 v.-33 r. 

[413] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[414] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 663, p. 9. 

[415] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 664, p. 10. 

[416] Manteyer (1908), p. 380, quoting Arch. de Vaucluse G., chap. métr., art. 27 provisoire, ff. 32 v.-33 r. 

[417] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Cols. 201-2, no. X. 

[418] Manteyer (1908), p. 387, quoting Bibl. nat. ms. lat. 8971, fo. 33 vo, ms. lat. 13916, fo. 20 vo

[419] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Cols. 201-2, no. X. 

[420] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Col. 201, no. IX. 

[421] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Cols. 201-2, no. X. 

[422] Manteyer (1908), p. 395, quoting Arch. de Vaucluse G. 15, fo. 73. 

[423] Manteyer (1908), p. 395, quoting Arch. de Vaucluse G. 15, fo. 73. 

[424] Manteyer (1908), p. 397, quoting Arch. de Vaucluse G. 15, fos. 77-8. 

[425] Manteyer (1908), pp. 395-401. 

[426] Manteyer (1908), p. 395, quoting Arch. de Vaucluse G. 15, fo. 73. 

[427] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Cols. 201-2, no. X. 

[428] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Cols. 201-2, no. X. 

[429] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Cols. 201-2, no. X. 

[430] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Cols. 201-2, no. X. 

[431] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[432] Manteyer (1908), p. 358, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-Pons, 1. 

[433] Nice Cathedral, 18, p. 23. 

[434] Nice Cathedral, 19, p. 25. 

[435] Manteyer (1908), p. 358, quoting Cartulaire de Saint-Pons, 1. 

[436] Nice Cathedral, 19, p. 25. 

[437] Nice Cathedral, 8, p. 9. 

[438] Gioffredo (1658), p. 159. 

[439] Gioffredo (1658), p. 159. 

[440] Nice Cathedral, 8, p. 9. 

[441] Nice Cathedral, 11, p. 15. 

[442] Gioffredo (1658), p. 159. 

[443] Gioffredo (1658), p. 159. 

[444] Nice Cathedral, 8, p. 9. 

[445] Nice Cathedral, 11, p. 15. 

[446] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 659, p. 3. 

[447] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 793, p. 144. 

[448] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 664, p. 10. 

[449] Lérins, CCCLVIII, p. 347. 

[450] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 800, p. 149. 

[451] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Sistaricensis, III, p. 89. 

[452] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Sistaricensis, III, p. 89. 

[453] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Sistaricensis, III, p. 89. 

[454] Nice Cathedral, 11, p. 15. 

[455] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 664, p. 10. 

[456] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 790, p. 141. 

[457] Cluny, Tome IV, 3387, p. 484. 

[458] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 664, p. 10. 

[459] Manteyer (1908), pp. 203 and 348, quoting Arch. de Vaucluse G., chap. métr., art. 27 provisoire, ff. 30 v.-31 r. 

[460] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  335, p. 351. 

[461] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  335, p. 351. 

[462] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  335, p. 351. 

[463] Manteyer (1908), p. 523, quoting Archives départementales de Vaucluse, E. Duché de Caderousse. 

[464] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  378, p. 383. 

[465] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  377, p. 383. 

[466] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  378, p. 383. 

[467] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  338, p. 353. 

[468] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  378, p. 383. 

[469] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  377, p. 383. 

[470] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  369, p. 375. 

[471] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  338, p. 353. 

[472] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  378, p. 383. 

[473] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  378, p. 383. 

[474] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  335, p. 351. 

[475] Manteyer (1908), p. 523, quoting Archives départementales de Vaucluse, E. Duché de Caderousse.  

[476] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  369, p. 375. 

[477] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  335, p. 351. 

[478] Manteyer (1908), p. 523, quoting Archives départementales de Vaucluse, E. Duché de Caderousse. 

[479] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  339, p. 353. 

[480] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  336, p. 352. 

[481] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  336, p. 352. 

[482] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  368, p. 375. 

[483] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  340, p. 354. 

[484] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  368, p. 375. 

[485] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  340, p. 354. 

[486] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  368, p. 375. 

[487] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  370, p. 376. 

[488] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  340, p. 354. 

[489] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  368, p. 375. 

[490] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  340, p. 354. 

[491] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  368, p. 375. 

[492] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  341, p. 355. 

[493] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  341, p. 355. 

[494] Lérins, Introduction, p. xlvii. 

[495] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 1041, p. 503. 

[496] Manteyer (1908), p. 200, quoting Chantelou Histoire de Monmajour, Revue Historique de Provence, 1ère année, p. 130. 

[497] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  29, p. 40. 

[498] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  23, p. 28. 

[499] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  15, p. 18. 

[500] Manteyer (1908), p. 200, quoting Chantelou Histoire de Monmajour, Revue Historique de Provence, 1ère année, p. 130. 

[501] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  23, p. 28. 

[502] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  15, p. 18. 

[503] ES III 759. 

[504] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 48, no. 70, and Col. 49, no. 72. 

[505] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  77, p. 104. 

[506] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  69, p. 96. 

[507] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  71, p. 99. 

[508] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  77, p. 104. 

[509] Birth date range estimated from his being named in the 966 charter and assuming he was adolescent or a young adult when he was appointed bishop. 

[510] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 48, no. 67. 

[511] Veterum Scriptorum I, col. 349. 

[512] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 51, no. 75. 

[513] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  71, p. 99. 

[514] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  18, p. 23. 

[515] ES III 759. 

[516] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 48, no. 67. 

[517] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  71, p. 99. 

[518] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  19, p. 24. 

[519] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  135, p. 160. 

[520] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  71, p. 99. 

[521] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  16, p. 22. 

[522] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 646, p. 639. 

[523] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 86. 

[524] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 87. 

[525] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  20, p. 26. 

[526] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 61, no. 121. 

[527] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  108, p. 135. 

[528] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 62, no. 128. 

[529] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  585, p. 575. 

[530] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 646, p. 639. 

[531] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 86. 

[532] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 54, no. 91. 

[533] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  109, p. 136. 

[534] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  69, p. 96. 

[535] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  71, p. 99. 

[536] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  313, p. 331. 

[537] Lérins, CLIV bis, p. 146. 

[538] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  558, p. 553. 

[539] Manteyer (1908), p. 200, quoting Chantelou Histoire de Monmajour, Revue Historique de Provence, 1ère année, p. 130. 

[540] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 48, no. 67. 

[541] Veterum Scriptorum I, col. 349. 

[542] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  71, p. 99. 

[543] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 646, p. 639. 

[544] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 646, p. 639. 

[545] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  585, p. 575. 

[546] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 86. 

[547] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[548] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 55, no. 102, and Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Appendix, 1065, p. 535. 

[549] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 59, no. 113. 

[550] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  24, p. 30. 

[551] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  591, p. 582. 

[552] Szabolcs de Vajay 'Etiennette dite Douce’ (1962), p. 198. 

[553] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 646, p. 639. 

[554] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  585, p. 575. 

[555] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 86. 

[556] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 87. 

[557] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 54, no. 93. 

[558] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  20, p. 26. 

[559] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 55, no. 102, and Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Appendix, 1065, p. 535. 

[560] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 59, no. 113. 

[561] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 60-1, no. 120. 

[562] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 61, no. 121. 

[563] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[564] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 62, no. 128. 

[565] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  124, p. 153. 

[566] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 60, no. 117. 

[567] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 163, no. 387. 

[568] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  567, p. 559. 

[569] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[570] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  124, p. 153. 

[571] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 61, no. 121. 

[572] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  124, p. 153. 

[573] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 61, no. 121. 

[574] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  567, p. 559. 

[575] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 184, p. 213. 

[576] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[577] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 61, no. 121. 

[578] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  567, p. 559. 

[579] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[580] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  84, p. 113. 

[581] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  38, p. 57. 

[582] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Col. 200, no. VIII. 

[583] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  567, p. 559. 

[584] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[585] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  84, p. 113. 

[586] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  38, p. 57. 

[587] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Col. 200, no. VIII. 

[588] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Col. 200, no. VIII. 

[589] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Col. 200, no. VIII. 

[590] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Tome I, Aix, Instrumenta, Fréjus, Col. 200, no. VIII. 

[591] ES III 759. 

[592] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  567, p. 559. 

[593] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[594] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  585, p. 575. 

[595] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 84. 

[596] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 86. 

[597] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 87. 

[598] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 54, no. 93. 

[599] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 54, no. 96. 

[600] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 59, no. 113. 

[601] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  551, p. 546. 

[602] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 59, no. 115, and Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  30, p. 42. 

[603] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 62, no. 131, "ex Mortuologio ecclesiæ Massiliensis". 

[604] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  585, p. 575. 

[605] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 86. 

[606] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 87. 

[607] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 54, no. 93. 

[608] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  20, p. 26. 

[609] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 54, no. 96. 

[610] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 55, no. 99. 

[611] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 55, no. 102, and Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Appendix, 1065, p. 535. 

[612] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 59, no. 113. 

[613] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  551, p. 546. 

[614] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  585, p. 575. 

[615] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 86. 

[616] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 87. 

[617] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  551, p. 546. 

[618] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 86. 

[619] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, 1071, p. 540. 

[620] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  20, p. 26. 

[621] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 54, no. 96. 

[622] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 55, no. 102, and Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Appendix, 1065, p. 535. 

[623] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  24, p. 30. 

[624] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  20, p. 26. 

[625] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 54, no. 96. 

[626] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 55, no. 102, and Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Appendix, 1065, p. 535. 

[627] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 59, no. 113. 

[628] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  24, p. 30. 

[629] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  20, p. 26. 

[630] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 55, no. 102, and Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Appendix, 1065, p. 535. 

[631] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 59, no. 113. 

[632] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 62, no. 130. 

[633] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  87, p. 115. 

[634] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  591, p. 582. 

[635] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  597, p. 590. 

[636] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  468, p. 470. 

[637] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  597, p. 590. 

[638] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  468, p. 470. 

[639] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  38, p. 57. 

[640] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  468, p. 470. 

[641] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  38, p. 57. 

[642] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  468, p. 470. 

[643] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  468, p. 470. 

[644] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  468, p. 470. 

[645] Szabolcs de Vajay 'Etiennette dite Douce’ (1962), pp. 196-7. 

[646] Manteyer (1908), p. 280, quoting Chanteloup ‘Histoire de Montmajour’ (1890/91), p. 138. 

[647] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  179, p. 209. 

[648] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 160, no. 381. 

[649] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  153, p. 179. 

[650] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  184, p. 213. 

[651] Szabolcs de Vajay 'Etiennette dite Douce' (1962), p. 191, quoting Chanteloup ‘Histoire de Montmajour’ (1890/91), p. 171. 

[652] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II,  686, p. 25. 

[653] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  220, p. 242, and Veterum Scriptorum I, col. 556. 

[654] Szabolcs de Vajay 'Etiennette dite Douce’ (1962), p. 190. 

[655] Szabolcs de Vajay 'Etiennette dite Douce’ (1962), p. 192. 

[656] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 483, p. 486. 

[657] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 484, p. 487. 

[658] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  135, p. 160. 

[659] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 86. 

[660] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 87. 

[661] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 54, no. 93. 

[662] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  20, p. 26. 

[663] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 55, no. 99. 

[664] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 55, no. 102, and Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Appendix, 1065, p. 535. 

[665] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 59, no. 113. 

[666] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 60-1, no. 120. 

[667] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 61, no. 121. 

[668] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 62, no. 128. 

[669] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  551, p. 546. 

[670] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 62, no. 130. 

[671] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  449, p. 454. 

[672] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  84, p. 113. 

[673] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  449, p. 454. 

[674] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  38, p. 57. 

[675] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  449, p. 454. 

[676] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  38, p. 57. 

[677] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  449, p. 454. 

[678] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  449, p. 454. 

[679] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  38, p. 57. 

[680] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  449, p. 454. 

[681] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  38, p. 57. 

[682] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 64, no. 138. 

[683] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 227, no. 577. 

[684] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 79-82, no. 163. 

[685] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 702, p. 44. 

[686] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 702, p. 44. 

[687] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Majus, 702, p. 44. 

[688] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 102-3, no. 211. 

[689] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 233, no. 597. 

[690] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 79-82, no. 163. 

[691] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 102-3, no. 211. 

[692] Annales Sancti Victoris Massilienses 1166, MGH SS XXIII, p. 3. 

[693] Baux Chartes 159, p. 43, citing L. B. 338, B-du-R., and Cong. archéol. d'Arles, 1876, p. 403, Dr Barthélemy.        

[694] Regeste Dauphinois, Tome II, 5957, p. 19. 

[695] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 103-4, no. 213. 

[696] Baux Chartes 159, p. 43, citing L. B. 338, B-du-R., and Cong. archéol. d'Arles, 1876, p. 403, Dr Barthélemy.        

[697] Baux Chartes 347, p. 98. 

[698] Baux Chartes 96, p. 25, citing L.-B. 294, B.-du-R., and Hist. de Prov., t. 2, page XXVIII    

[699] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 102-3, no. 211. 

[700] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 259, no. 668. 

[701] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 104-5, no. 215. 

[702] Annales Sancti Victoris Massilienses 1192, MGH SS XXIII, p. 4. 

[703] Baux Chartes 102, p. 27, citing Liv. authen. de Trinquetaille, f. 43, B.-du-R.      

[704] Liber…, CCIV (p. 349), Dec 1197.

[705] Baumel (1980), p. 231 ff.

[706] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1213, MGH SS XXIII, p. 898. 

[707] Baux Chartes 88, p. 23, citing Série D. D. no. 1, Arch. munic. de Marseille.    

[708] Baux Chartes 96, p. 25, citing L.-B. 294, B.-du-R., and Hist. de Prov., t. 2, page XXVIII    

[709] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 102-3, no. 211. 

[710] Spicilegium Tome III, p. 565.    

[711] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 98, no. 201. 

[712] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 100, no. 206. 

[713] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II, Chartularium Minus, 905, p. 303. 

[714] Annales Sancti Victoris Massilienses 1216, MGH SS XXIII, p. 4. 

[715] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 104-5, no. 215. 

[716] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 102-3, no. 211. 

[717] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 233, no. 597. 

[718] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 79-82, no. 163. 

[719] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 85, no. 166. 

[720] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 89, no. 175. 

[721] Röhricht (1893) 44, p. 8. 

[722] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  449, p. 454. 

[723] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  38, p. 57. 

[724] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  449, p. 454. 

[725] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  38, p. 57. 

[726] ES III 759. 

[727] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  449, p. 454. 

[728] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  38, p. 57. 

[729] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 65, no. 142. 

[730] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 65, no. 142. 

[731] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 182, no. 447. 

[732] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 72, no. 152. 

[733] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 65, no. 142. 

[734] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 232, no. 595. 

[735] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 78, no. 160. 

[736] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 94, no. 186. 

[737] ES III 759. 

[738] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 94, no. 186. 

[739] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 101-2, no. 210. 

[740] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 107, no. 218. 

[741] Dom Villevieille (Passier), Tome I, p. 83. 

[742] ES XIII 125-7. 

[743] Robert (1681), p. 26, citing ‘un Registre d’un Notaire de Marseille’. 

[744] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 66, no. 142. 

[745] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 66, no. 142. 

[746] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 94, no. 186. 

[747] ES III 759. 

[748] Baux Chartes 157, p. 43, citing Série A. A. no. 17, Arch. munic. de Mar..      

[749] Baux Chartes 293, p. 83, citing L. B. 333, B.-du-R. 

[750] Manteyer (1908), p. 225, quoting Chantelou Histoire de Monmajour, Revue Historique de Provence, 1ère année, p. 37. 

[751] Papon, Tome II (1778), Preuves, III, p. ii. 

[752] Marin de Carranrais (1877), Documents, II, p. 148. 

[753] Baux Chartes 4, p. 2, citing Liv. authent. d'Arles, f. 119, v, B. du R. 

[754] Papon, Tome II (1778), Preuves, III, p. ii. 

[755] Papon, Tome II (1778), Preuves, III, p. ii. 

[756] Baux Chartes 4, p. 2, citing Liv. authent. d'Arles, f. 119, v, B. du R. 

[757] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 219, p. 241. 

[758] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 210, p. 234. 

[759] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 269, p. 291. 

[760] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 268, p. 289. 

[761] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 368, p. 374. 

[762] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 212, p. 235. 

[763] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 215, p. 237. 

[764] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 184, p. 213. 

[765] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[766] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 269, p. 291. 

[767] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 368, p. 374. 

[768] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 212, p. 235. 

[769] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 215, p. 237. 

[770] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[771] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 367, p. 373. 

[772] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 368, p. 374. 

[773] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 368, p. 374. 

[774] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 212, p. 235. 

[775] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 215, p. 237. 

[776] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[777] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 367, p. 373. 

[778] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 212, p. 235. 

[779] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 368, p. 374. 

[780] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 368, p. 374. 

[781] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 212, p. 235. 

[782] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 215, p. 237. 

[783] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[784] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 217, p. 238. 

[785] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 218, p. 239. 

[786] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 218, p. 239. 

[787] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 218, p. 239. 

[788] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 185, p. 214. 

[789] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 268, p. 289. 

[790] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 219, p. 241. 

[791] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 268, p. 289. 

[792] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 210, p. 234. 

[793] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 268, p. 289. 

[794] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 646, p. 639. 

[795] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  585, p. 575. 

[796] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Marseille, Col. 53, no. 86. 

[797] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[798] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[799] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[800] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II,  686, p. 25. 

[801] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 185, p. 214. 

[802] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 268, p. 289. 

[803] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 213, p. 236. 

[804] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[805] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  425, p. 428. 

[806] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I,  428, p. 432. 

[807] Baux Chartes 5, p. 1, citing Chartrier de Saint-Césaire ch. 26 reg. 14, B. du R. 

[808] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 213, p. 236. 

[809] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[810] Baux Chartes 5, p. 1, citing Chartrier de Saint-Césaire ch. 26 reg. 14, B. du R. 

[811] Baux Chartes 13, p. 3, citing Liv. authent. d'Arles, f. 100, v, B. du R. 

[812] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[813] Baux Chartes 25, p. 6, citing Liv. rouge d'Arles, f. 363, Liv. noir d'Arles f. 44, v, B. du R. 

[814] Lérins, CCLI, p. 267. 

[815] Baux Chartes 13, p. 3, citing Liv. authent. d'Arles, f. 100, v, B. du R. 

[816] Baux Chartes 24, p. 5, citing Liv. authent. d'Arles, f. 119, v, B. du R. 

[817] Baux Chartes 25, p. 6, citing Liv. rouge d'Arles, f. 363, Liv. noir d'Arles f. 44, v, B. du R. 

[818] Lérins, CCLI, p. 267. 

[819] Baux Chartes 24, p. 5, citing Liv. authent. d'Arles, f. 119, v, B. du R. 

[820] Baux Chartes 25, p. 6, citing Liv. rouge d'Arles, f. 363, Liv. noir d'Arles f. 44, v, B. du R. 

[821] Baux Chartes 25, p. 6, citing Liv. rouge d'Arles, f. 363, Liv. noir d'Arles f. 44, v, B. du R. 

[822] Polycarpe de la Rivière, Annales, p. 665, quoted in Rudt de Collenberg 'Les Raynouard, Seigneurs de Nephin’ (1983), p. 302 footnote 93, which does not give the precise citation for the manuscript source. 

[823] Bullaire de Saint-Gilles XL and XLVI, pp. 59 and 65. 

[824] Baux Chartes 5, p. 1, citing Chartrier de Saint-Césaire ch. 26 reg. 14, B. du R. 

[825] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[826] Baux Chartes 5, p. 1, citing Chartrier de Saint-Césaire ch. 26 reg. 14, B. du R. 

[827] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[828] Baux Chartes 25, p. 6, citing Liv. rouge d'Arles, f. 363, Liv. noir d'Arles f. 44, v, B. du R. 

[829] Röhricht (1893) 44, p. 8. 

[830] Lérins, CCLI, p. 267. 

[831] Baux Chartes 29, p. 7, citing Reg. B. 1069 f. 230 v, B. du R. 

[832] Bullaire de Saint-Gilles XLII and XLVI, pp. 61 and 65. 

[833] Baux Chartes 31, p. 7, citing Ordre de Malte, Liv. authent. de Trinquetaille f. 76 v, B. du R. 

[834] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 221, no. 563. 

[835] Baux Chartes 45, p. 11, citing Reg. H. 2. 1 30, B. du R., and Hist. de Prov., Bouche, p. 124. 

[836] Baux Chartes 571, p. 163.      

[837] Baux Chartes 40, p. 9, citing Hist. de Provence, Papon t. 2 p. xiv, Mss du Dr Martial Millet, d'Orange.   

[838] Ex Brevi Historia Comitum Provinciæ e familia comitum Barcinonensium, RHGF XII, p. 361. 

[839] Baux Chartes 31, p. 7, citing Liv. authent. de Trinquetaille f. 75 v, B. du R. 

[840] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 214, no. 544. 

[841] Baux Chartes 571, p. 163.      

[842] Bibliotheca Sebusiana, Centuria I, XXIV, p. 63. 

[843] Baux Chartes 57, p. 14, citing Hist. de Provence, Papon t. 2 p. xiv, Mss du Dr Martial Millet, d'Orange.   

[844] Baux Chartes 31, p. 7, citing Liv. authent. de Trinquetaille f. 75 v, B. du R. 

[845] Baux Chartes 33, p. 7, citing Gallia Christiana t. 3, p. 1103. 

[846] Baux Chartes 31, p. 7, citing Ordre de Malte, Liv. authent. de Trinquetaille f. 76 v, B. du R. 

[847] Baux Chartes 45, p. 11, citing Reg. H. 2. 1 30, B. du R., and Hist. de Prov., Bouche, p. 124. 

[848] Gallia Christiana Novissima, Arles, Col. 221, no. 563. 

[849] Bibliotheca Sebusiana, Centuria I, XXIV, p. 63. 

[850] Baux Chartes 57, p. 14, citing Hist. de Provence, Papon t. 2 p. xiv, Mss du Dr Martial Millet, d'Orange.   

[851] Spicilegium Tome III, p. 539. 

[852] Baux Chartes 65, p. 17, citing Mss du Dr Martial Millet, d'Orange.   

[853] Baux Chartes 73, p. 19, citing Ordre de Malte, Trinquetaille domaine, ch. 1, B.-du-R.   

[854] Baux Chartes 33, p. 7, citing Gallia Christiana t. 3, p. 1103. 

[855] Baux Chartes 45, p. 11, citing Reg. H. 2. 1 30, B. du R., and Hist. de Prov., Bouche, p. 124. 

[856] Bibliotheca Sebusiana, Centuria I, XXIV, p. 63. 

[857] Baux Chartes 33, p. 7, citing Gallia Christiana t. 3, p. 1103. 

[858] Baux Chartes 45, p. 11, citing Reg. H. 2. 1 30, B. du R., and Hist. de Prov., Bouche, p. 124. 

[859] Bibliotheca Sebusiana, Centuria I, XXIV, p. 63. 

[860] Baux Chartes 57, p. 14, citing Hist. de Provence, Papon t. 2 p. xiv, Mss du Dr Martial Millet, d'Orange.   

[861] Spicilegium Tome III, p. 539. 

[862] Baux Chartes 74, p. 20, citing Livre rouge d'Arles, 1 369 v, Reg. Invent. B 1209, B.-du-R.   

[863] Baux Chartes 31, p. 7, citing Ordre de Malte, Liv. authent. de Trinquetaille f. 76 v, B. du R. 

[864] Baux Chartes 45, p. 11, citing Reg. H. 2. 1 30, B. du R., and Hist. de Prov., Bouche, p. 124. 

[865] Bibliotheca Sebusiana, Centuria I, XXIV, p. 63. 

[866] Baux Chartes 57, p. 14, citing Hist. de Provence, Papon t. 2 p. xiv, Mss du Dr Martial Millet, d'Orange.   

[867] Baux Chartes 37, p. 8, citing Liv. rouge d'Arles f. 221 v, B. du R. 

[868] Jaurgain (1902), deuxième partie, p. 387, quoting Marca Histoire de Béarn, p. 821. 

[869] Baux Chartes 217, p. 60, citing Liv. noir, f. 65 v, Ch. S. D. D., Arch. munic. de Marseille.      

[870] Papon, Tome II (1778), Preuves, LIV, p. lxv. 

[871] Baux Chartes 270, p. 77, citing Ch. Saint-Césaire d'Arles, Carton S. B. 2, Ch. orig. avec sceau, Notre-Dame no. 8, B.-du-R. 

[872] Baux Chartes 358, p. 102. 

[873] Baux Chartes 512, p. 146. 

[874] Baux Chartes 579, p. 166. 

[875] Baux Chartes 594, p. 169. 

[876] Baux Chartes 656, p. 190. 

[877] Baux Chartes 657, p. 191. 

[878] Baux Chartes 574, p. 164.      

[879] Baux Chartes 937, p. 272. 

[880] Baux Chartes 996, p. 287. 

[881] Baux Chartes 1189, p. 341. 

[882] Baux Chartes 1257, p. 361. 

[883] Baux Chartes 941, p. 273. 

[884] Baux Chartes 996, p. 287. 

[885] Baux Chartes 1107, p. 318. 

[886] Baux Chartes 913, p. 265. 

[887] Baux Chartes 570, p. 163. 

[888] Baux Chartes 1060, p. 305. 

[889] Baux Chartes 1119, p. 321. 

[890] Baux Chartes 954, p. 276. 

[891] Baux Chartes 1060, p. 305. 

[892] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[893] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 77, p. 104. 

[894] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 75, p. 102. 

[895] Lérins, XCVIII, p. 89. 

[896] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 447, p. 452. 

[897] Lérins, XCVIII, p. 89. 

[898] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 184, p. 213. 

[899] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[900] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[901] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 479, p. 482. 

[902] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[903] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 267, p. 288. 

[904] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 479, p. 482. 

[905] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[906] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II,  686, p. 25. 

[907] Lérins, CCLXXXI, p. 287. 

[908] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 479, p. 482. 

[909] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[910] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II,  686, p. 25. 

[911] Lérins, CCLXXXI, p. 287. 

[912] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[913] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[914] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II,  686, p. 25. 

[915] Lérins, CCLXXXI, p. 287. 

[916] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[917] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[918] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome II,  686, p. 25. 

[919] Lérins, CCLXXXI, p. 287. 

[920] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 479, p. 482. 

[921] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[922] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 257, p. 281. 

[923] Marseille Saint-Victor, Tome I, 479, p. 482. 

[924] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[925] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[926] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[927] Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrumenta, Ecclesiæ Aquensis, VII, p. 65. 

[928] Lérins, XCVI, p. 87. 

[929] Baux Chartes 355, p. 101. 

[930] Baux Chartes 780, p. 227. 

[931] Baux Chartes 637, p. 184. 

[932] Baux Chartes 892, p. 259. 

[933] Baux Chartes 676, p. 196. 

[934] Baux Chartes 939, p. 272. 

[935] Baux Chartes 1099, p. 316. 

[936] Baux Chartes 1099, p. 316. 

[937] Baux Chartes 637, p. 184. 

[938] Baux Chartes 892, p. 259. 

[939] Baux Chartes 938, p. 272. 

[940] Baux Chartes 947, p. 274. 

[941] Baux Chartes 947, p. 274. 

[942] Baux Chartes 637, p. 184. 

[943] Baux Chartes 832, p. 242. 

[944] Baux Chartes 875, p. 254. 

[945] Baux Chartes 875, p. 254. 

[946] Baux Chartes 957, p. 277. 

[947] Baux Chartes 1270, p. 364. 

[948] Baux Chartes 1639, p. 469. 

[949] Baux Chartes 1189, p. 341. 

[950] Baux Chartes 1301, p. 373. 

[951] Baux Chartes 1301, p. 373. 

[952] Baux Chartes 1462, p. 420. 

[953] Baux Chartes 1566, p. 449. 

[954] Baux Chartes 1622, p. 464. 

[955] Baux Chartes 1647, p. 474. 

[956] Baux Chartes 1566, p. 449. 

[957] Baux Chartes 1595, p. 457.  

[958] Baux Chartes 1639, p. 469. 

[959] Baux Chartes 1770, p. 503. 

[960] Baux Chartes 1683, p. 480. 

[961] Baux Chartes 1770, p. 503. 

[962] Baux Chartes 1770, p. 503. 

[963] Baux Chartes 1805, p. 513. 

[964] Baux Chartes 1566, p. 449. 

[965] Baux Chartes 1622, p. 464. 

[966] Baux Chartes 1720, p. 490. 

[967] Baux Chartes 1566, p. 449. 

[968] Baux Chartes 1386, p. 398. 

[969] Baux Chartes 1669, p. 476.