- Born: 962, Moundoubleau
- Marriage: Plaisante de Montoire
- Died: 1057, Moundoubleau at age 95
Other names for Eudes were Eudes de Mondoubleau and Eudes de Doubleau.
~ Schwennicke's Europäische Stammtafeln: Stammtafeln zur Geschichte der Europäischen Staaten,Vol. XIII, p. 111
Noted events in his life were:
• Web Reference: Seigneurs de Mondoubleau .
• Web Reference: Charles Cawley's Medieval Lands, Eudes de Doubleau.
Eudes de Doubleau was the son of Hugues de Doubleau, seigneur de Mondoubleau and his wife Adela. Eudes Comte de Chartres confirmed the donation to Le Mans Saint-Vincent of the church "in proprio castro, quod ab ipsius cognomine Mons-Dublelli vocatur", which "fidelium nostrorum Hugo...cognomento Dublellus" had made with the consent of "venerandæ memoriæ Fulbverti Carnotenæ urbis episcopi" for his own soul and those of "filiorum suorum...Hugonis archidiaconi atque Odonis necnon et Hervei", adding that "tribuit...præfatus Hugo clericis in jam-dicta ecclesia" with the consent of "Gisleberti et Elgaudi eius filii", by charter dated to (1030), signed by "Odonis comitis, Gaufridi vicecomitis, Hugonis Dublelli, Hugonis archidiaconi, Hervei filii Hugonis, Gisleberti, Elgaudi... " [Veterum Scriptorum I, col. 375.]. Eudes married Placentia de Montoire, daughter of Nihard de Montoire.
Eudes married Plaisante de Montoire, daughter of Nihard de Montoire and Unknown. (Plaisante de Montoire was born in 962 in Sourches-en-Maine and died in 1062 in Sourches-en-Maine.)