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Enguerrand I de Coucy et Boves, comté d'Amiens
(Abt 1042-1118)
Adèle de Marle
(-)
Guy de Crècy
(-)
Thomas Sire de Coucy comté d'Amiens
(Abt 1073-Abt 1131)
Melisende de Crècy
(-After 1147)
Enguerrand II Sire de Coucy
(-After 1147)

 

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Agnes de Baugenci

Enguerrand II Sire de Coucy

  • Marriage: Agnes de Baugenci in 1132 160,998
  • Died: After 1147 160,998

bullet  General Notes:

~ Weis's Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 273:25, Enguerrand II, Seigneur de Coucy and de Boves, Count d'Amiens, Enguerrand II, Seigneur de Coucy and de Marle, married Agnes de Baugency, daughter of Raoul, Sire de Baugency by Mahaut de Vermandois, niece of Philip I, King of France, daughter of Hugh Magnus. 160

bullet  Information about this person:

• Web Reference: Charles Cawley's Medieval Lands, Enguerrand de Coucy . 998 Son of Thomas Seigneur de Coucy & his third wife Mélisende de Crècy

• Web Reference: Chäteau de Coucy.

• Web Reference: History of the Château Coucywe .
Engerrand II built a chapel in the courtyear od his castle of Coucy. He married a cousin of the king, which allied him with France.


Enguerrand married Agnes de Baugenci, daughter of Raoul I Seigneur de Baugenci and Matilda de Vermondois, in 1132 160.,998 (Agnes de Baugenci was born about 1108.)


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