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From: "Peter Stewart" <>
Subject: Re: Complete Peerage Addition: Joan de Vivonne,wife of Reynold Fitz Peter, Knt.
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2010 06:30:01 GMT
I keep removing the cross-posts and they keep coming back...
"Douglas Richardson" <> wrote in message
> It is implied in other materials I have seen this week that Sibyl
> and Guy's two sons, Guyard and Guillaume Rochechouart, both
> died without issue. If so, it may be that the lordship of Vivonne
> passed to the issue of Sibyl's sister, Mabel, wife of Fulk (or
> Foucaud) d'Archiac, at a later date. If so, it would explain how
> the Archiac family later came to possess the lordship of
Perhaps, but are you sure this Sibyl married to Guy de Rochechouart with two
sons (Guyard and Guillaume) was the same lady as the sister of Mabel?
ES (new edition) III/4 table 776 shows a Guy de Rochechouart (son of
Foucaud, seigneur of Saint-Germain) married to Sibille de Vivonne (Mabel's
sister) with one son, Guillaume.
However, Table 786 shows his first cousin once removed, another Guy de
Rochechouart (son of Guillaume, seigneur of Mortemart) married to Sibille
d'Archiac, dame of Vivonne with two sons, Guyard (1295) and another unnamed.
Rabbits can be easier to keep track of than medieval nobility, even without
names - at least their ears may be different sizes.
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