- Born: Bef 1264, Landal, Bretagne, France
- Marriage: Joan 141
- Died: Shortly Before 8 Apr 1306, England 141
Another name for Helié was Elis Daubeny.
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 141
Sir Helié d'Aubigné, or Elis Daubeney of South Ingleby, South Petherton, &c., Seigneur de Landal, next brother and heir, aged 26 and more, or 30 and more at his brother's death. He did homage and had livery of his brother's lands, 26 Aug 1294. He was in the Army of Wales, in the retinue of William de Valence in 1294, and was sent to Scotland on special affairs by the Earl of Surrey in June 1297. Having been born beyond seas he was naturalized in 1295. He was summoned for Military Service from 16 Dec 1295 to 7 Nov 1302, to attend the King at Salisbury, 26 Jan 1296/7 and to Parliament from 24 Jun 1295 to 22 Jan 1304/5, by writs directed Elye de Alblniaco or Daubeny, whereby he is held to have become Lord Daubeney.
Sir Helié d'Aubigné married Joan. He died shortly before 8 Apr 1305. His widow had livery of her dower and of the manor of South Ingleby, 12 May 1305, and licence to marry whom she would, 28 Apr 1306. She married Roland de Combar, a Breton, before 9 Apr 1307, at which date the said lands had been taken into the King's hand, because Roland had fled from justice when indicted of divers felonies.
~Cokayne's The Complete Peerage, Vol. IV, pp. 95-96
Helié married Joan.141