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From: John Watson <>
Subject: Re: Agatha de Hommet
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 14:47:24 -0800 (PST)
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On Nov 24, 10:01 am, "Peter Stewart" <> wrote:
> "Peter Stewart" <> wrote in message
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> > "xager8on" <> wrote in message
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> >> Peter, I have a question.
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> >> Is Williams' (son of Richard) wife Agnes de Saye or Lucy de Haye?
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> > Richard's wife was Agnes, called "de Beaumont", whose father was Jordan de
> > Sai, seigneur of Aunay.
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> >> AR8 214A-27 Agatha du Hommet father as William, d. 1180, Seigneur Le
> >> Hommet by his wife Lucy. Whereas, line 184A-6 identifies Agnes du
> >> Hommet father as William, d. abt 1213 Seigneur Le Hommet by his wife
> >> as Lucy.
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> > Agatha's father William was married to Lucy, whose parentage is unknown.
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> >> There seems to be a bit of confusion as to father/son.
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> > Richard died in 1181. William was living in November 1205 and apparently
> > died not long afterwards, some years before 1213. I have no idea where AR8
> > got either 1180 or ca 1213 for his death.
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> Useful information about this family can be found in the Lands of the
> Normans in England (1204-1244) webpage, seehttp://www.hrionline.ac.uk/normans/casestudies.shtmlwith a further link to
> a genealogical table (NB William I's wife Lucy is not certainly known to
> have belonged to the Neubourg family as shown).
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> Peter Stewart
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> Peter Stewart

Hi Peter et al,

For the Hommet/Humez family see also:
Lincoln Record Society, Vol. 41, Registrum Antiquissimum of the
Cathedral Church of Lincoln, Vol. 6 (1950) Appendix II, pp. 181-6

http://www.archive.org/stream/publicationslinc41lincuoft#page/180/mode/2up

Regards,

John



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