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Sir Robert d’Aubigné Knight
(-1192)
Robert d’Aubigné
(-1224)
Asceline d’Aubigné
(-After 1240)

 

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Ralph de St. Amand

Asceline d’Aubigné

  • Born: Cainhoe Castle, Clophill, Bedfordshire, England
  • Marriage: Ralph de St. Amand 141
  • Died: After 1240, England 141

bullet   Other names for Asceline were Asceline d'Albini, Aceline Daubeny and Asceline d'Aubigny.

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 141
Ralph de St. Amand
, son and heir, was in the King's service overseas in 1242, and, in 1244, going on service either to Scotland or Wales. He married, June 1234, Asceline, 2nd of the 3 sisters and coheirs of Robert, son of Robert Daubeny. Asceline was living February 1239/40. Ralph died shortly before 28 July 1245.

~Cockayne's Complete Peerage, (St. Amand), Vol. XI, p. 296

• Background Information. 1200
In the time of Edward the Confessor Ampthill was held by seven sokemen, who could assign and sell their land to whom they wished. William I granted the manor to Nigel Albini, of whom it was held in 1086 by Nigel de Wast. It was then assessed at 5 hides and valued at £4. The estates of Nigel de Wast subsequently escheated to the lords of the fief, but before the year 1219 Nicholas Poinz and Joan his wife had been enfeoffed of it [Excerpta e Rot. Fin. (Rec. Com.), i, 26]. They held a weekly market there for which they paid 5 marks to the king [Ibid.; Pat. 3 Hen. III, m. 5; 4 Hen. III]. Soon afterwards the manor appears to have again escheated, and Joan Albini, the daughter and co-heir of Robert Albini, was granted a yearly fair there in 1242 [Cal. Chart. R. 1226-57, p. 274. It is possible that Joan wife of Nicholas Poinz may have been the same person as Joan Albini.]. The manor, together with property in Millbrook, was held by service of one and a-half knights' fees [Testa de Nevill (Rec. Com.), 250b]. Joan Albini died without issue, and her property was divided between her two sisters Isabel and Asseline [Plac. de Quo Warr. (Rec. Com.), 66]. The bulk of the Ampthill property went to Asseline.

~A History of the County of Bedford, Volume III, pp. 268-275


Asceline married Ralph de St. Amand, son of Amauri de St. Amand and Unknown.141 (Ralph de St. Amand died Shortly before 28 Jul 1245 in England 141.)


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