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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Oliva D' AUBIGNY: Birth: Abt 1049 in Aubigny-Sur-Nere, Normandy, France.

  2. Aimee D' AUBIGNY: Birth: Abt 1050 in St Martin D'aubigny, Manche, Normandy, France.

  3. Roger D' AUBIGNY: Birth: Abt 1051 in St. Martin D'aubigny, Manche, Normandy, France. Death: Abt 1084

  4. Nigel D' AUBIGNY: Birth: Abt 1055 in St. Martin D'aubigny, Manche, Normandy, France. Death: Bef 1107 in Cainhoe Castle, Clophill, Bedfordshire, England


Sources
1. Title:   Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999
Page:   2026
2. Title:   Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com
Page:   Mardi Carter, 30 Jan 2000
3. Title:   The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968
Page:   107
4. Title:   jweber.ged
Note:   Source Media Type: Other
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RepositoryId:   R2937
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5. Title:   Joseph H. Kare Jr.
6. Title:   The Origins of Some Anglo-Norman Families, by Lewis C Loyd, 1999
Page:   7

Notes
a. Note:   NI610589
Note:   [jweber.ged] William d'Aubigny, Seigneur of Aubigny (subsequently Saint-Martin d'Aubigny), Normandy; married by 1048 sister of Grimald de Plessis. [Burke's Peerage] --------------------------------- Aubigny, Alibini, etc., Earls of Arundel Saint-Martin d'Aubigny: Manche, arr. Coutances, cant. Periers. The early history of the family will be found in The Complete Peerage, surname Mowbray, new ed., vol. ix, pp. 366-7. The details of their benefactions to the abbey of Lessay as confirmed by a charter of Henry II, 1185-1188, identify St-Martin d'Aubigny with the Aubigny which was the caput of their Norman honour; thus the "ecclesiam de Folgeriis" is Feugeres 2 1/2 kil. SE of Aubigny, the "feria Sancti Christofori" mentioned in conjunction with the "forum Albinneii" is St-Christophe-d'Aubigny, a parish now united to that of St-Martin, and "Marchesis" is Marchesieux, 5 kil. NE of Aubigny. There is no trace of a feudal castle at Aubigny itself, but Gerville found nearby at Le Mesnil-Vigot the remains of a considerable castle with a well-defined motte, then known as "le chateau de St-Clair". [Origins of Some Anglo-Norman Families] --------------------------------- The following info was provided in a post-em by Curt Hofemann, curt_hofemann@yahoo.com: A few more dribs & brabs: Seigneur of Aubigny (Albiniacum) [Ref: CP IX:366, Holloway p20] (in conjunction with son Roger) benefactor of the Abbey of Lessay [Ref: CP IX:366] William d'Aubigny, first of the name, married the sister of Grimoult [Ref: McBride citing the Harleian Society, Vol 80, "Knights of Edward I" Vol 1 (A to E), with additions from Crispin and Macary, p6-7] William d'Aubigny, of St. Martin d'Aubigny, who married the sister of Grimauld de Plessis, (some reconstructions make him older brother instead) [Ref: TAF 21 May 2002] Note: the village of Saint Martin d'Aubigny is 16 km. west of St-Lo and 15 km. north of Coutances, in Normandy. The other (unrelated) Aubigny/Albini line is from St. Aubin Aubign´┐Że, a different town... Curt married bef 1048: [Ref: Holloway p20], names: William D'AUBIGNEY & ___ PLESSIS [Ref: CP IX:366, Holloway p20] Research note: As to the link to the Saint Sauvieur line, there is nothing to it - just a guess based on the names of William and Nigel occuring in both families. [Ref: TAF 21 May 2002] Would love to see an expansion/basis of this... Curt Note: Holloway = _The Genealogy of Mary Wentworth, Who Became the Wife of William Brewster_ by Naomi D. Holloway, LDS Film#1738313. Regards, Curt


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