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From: JP <>
Subject: Re: Guy Le Bouteillier
Date: Sat, 26 Nov 2011 07:10:23 -0800 (PST)
On Nov 13, 2:50 pm, "Lisa Beitchef" <> wrote:
> Is anyone able to give me the descendents of Guy Bouteillier. Did he have a
> son Jean who intern had a son Philippe?
Guy I Le Bouteillier and Catherine de Gavre d'Escornaix had four
children: Guy II, Henri, Anne, and Louise. No Jean and no Philippe.
Guy I did have a brother named Jean who married Ysabel de Pelletot and
they had a son Jean who was a minor in 1413. I do not know anything
else about this branch of the family.
This information come from p. 273 of the definitive article about Guy
I, namely: Jean-Marc Roger's "Guy Le Bouteillier," La guerre et la
paix frontières et violences au moyen age (Paris: Bibliothèque
It the Philippe Le Bouteillier you seek from Normandie? If not, then
could he possibly be one of the Le Bouteiller de Senlis family
members. This is a much more camous family. There was a Philippes le
Bouteiller de Senlis, chevalier, seigneur de Moucy le Vieil, de Moucy
le neuf, and de Veicuil, son of Jean IV Le Bouteiller de Senlis and
Antoinette Piedefer. See P. Anselme, Histoire ... de la maison royale
de France, vol. 6, p. 261. But he died in 1627. I spotted this just
with a click glance, I see there is another Philippe mentioned a few
pages later and later in time.
When tracing nobles you really need to frame your questions in terms
of names, place names especially of seigneuries they owned, period,
and hopefully their arms.
Good luck in your research,
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