Humphrey I "the bearded" de Bohun seigneur de Bohon
(1113-Bef 1093)
Main d’Aubigné Seigneur de Saint-Aubin-d'Aubigné
Adelaide de Bohun
William (Brito) d’Aubigné
(-After 1148)

 

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Cicely le Bigod

William (Brito) d’Aubigné

  • Born: St Aubin d'Aubigné, Ille-et-Vilaine, St Malo, Bretagne, France
  • Marriage: Cicely le Bigod 1178
  • Died: After 1148, Belvoir Castle, Belvoir, Leicestershire, England 1178

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information. 1197
Albino (Brito), William de (d. 1155-6), justiciar, was son and heir of Robert de Todeni, lord of Belvoir, and is supposed to have been named de Aubigny (Albini) from his place of birth, and to have been distinguished by the addition Brito from his namesake, the Pincerna, who belonged to a very different family. He assisted in the victory of Tenchebray in 1106 [Matt. Paris], and became high in favor with Henry I. In 1130 (not, as Dugdale states, under Stephen) he appears as an itinerant justice, and on Henry's death he espoused the cause of his daughter. Stephen forfeited his lands, but subsequently restored them, and he lived to see the accession of Henry II. Foss wrongly states that he died in 1135.

Sources given with article: [Dugdale's Baronage (1675), i. 112; Foss's Judges (1848), i. 96; Nichols's Leicestershire, ii. 26; Notes and Queries, 3rd series, v. 505.]

~Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. 1, p. 233, article by John Horace Round


William married Cicely le Bigod, daughter of Roger le Bigod Earl of East Anglia, "the Sheriff" and Alice de Toeni of Belvoir.1178 (Cicely le Bigod was born before 1107 in Belvoir Castle, Belvoir, Leicestershire, England and died after 1136 1178.)


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