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From: Kay Allen AG <>
Subject: Re: D'AUBIGNYs OF NORMANDY AND BRITTANY
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2001 15:56:09 -0700
William the Surety was the D'Aubigny of Belvoir and as such any work on MC
Sureties will give you descendants, as would CP.
Then there are the D'Aubigny who were Earls of Arundel. And then there are the
of the Channel Islands who wound up in the West Country. I am not sure that
the Daubeny and D'Aubigny of Arundel are related.
Kay Allen AG
Bryant Smith wrote:
> OK, so there were two d'Aubigny (d'Albini, de Aubigny, de Albini,
> Daubeney) families, one originating in a town in Normandy and the
> other in Brittany. I think I have a fair grip on the Normandy family,
> Earls of Arundel etc.:
> 1 William 1st Earl m. Adelicia of Louvain (whose castle Arundel really was)
> 2. William 2d Earl m. Maud de St. Hilary
> 3. William 3rd Earl m. Mabel of Chester and he was NOT the Surety
> 4. Isabel m. John Fitzalan, 4th Earl in her right
> 5. - ??? Lots of Fitzalan earls, and so on
> 3. Ralph
> 4. Ralph
> 5. Elias
> 6. Ralph
> 7. Giles
> 8. Giles
> 9. Giles
> 10. Jane m. Robert Markham
> And every one of those has living descendants!
> Where I'm stuck is in the other, Breton, family, its later generations.
> All I can find is:
> 1. Main d? Aubigni m. Adeliza de Bohun
> 2. William I Brito m. Cecily Bigod, where he got Belvoir
> 3. William II m. Maud de Clare
> 4. William III, the Surety, m. Margery of Umfraville (dau. of Odonel)
> 5. William IV
> 5. Odonel
> 5. Nicholas (a cleric? If so probably dsp)
> But darned if I can find any other descendants of any of these.
> I?m sure there must be plenty, because William the Surety is said to have
> living descendants.
> Can anyone come forth with more descendants in this (Breton) line?
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