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Henri comté de Louvain
(Abt 1021-Abt 1079)
Adélaide de Betawe
(-After 1086)
Guillaume I comté de Bourgogne
(Abt 1024-1087)
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Godefroi de Brabant comté de Louvain
(1060-1139/1140)
Clemence de Bourgogne
(Abt 1078-Abt 1133)
Joscelin de Louvain
(1121-1180)

 

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Agnes de Percy

Joscelin de Louvain

  • Born: 1121, Louvain, Belgium
  • Marriage: Agnes de Percy between 1156 and 1161 in England 141
  • Died: 1180, England at age 59 126,1407

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Family Background. 141
Robert, father of Sir John d'Elville. was the son and heir of John de Daiville who was living in July 1228, and married, a daugther of Josceline de Louvain, by Agnes de Percy. [Patent Roll, 12 Hen. III, m. 3 d: Percy Cartulary, no. 14]. John was son and heir of Robert by Julian, his wife, living in Aug. 1202, who was son (or grandson) and heir of Robert de Daiville, to whom, as amico suo speciali, Nele d'Aubigny gave the vill of Egmanton. [Feet of Fines, case 261, file 4, no. 85: Monasticon, vol. v, p. 346, vol. vi, p. 320].

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 131, footnote (a)


Agnes de Percy, daughter and coheir of William de Percy by his first wife Adeliza Clare, married, after 1154, Jocelin of Louvain, brother of Queen Adeliz, second wife of of Henry I, king of England. Before her death in 1151, Queen Adeliz and her second husband, William d'Aubigny, Earl of Arundel, gave to Jocelin the honor of Petworth, Susses, as a dependency of her honor of Arundel. In 1166, Joceline held 5˝ knights' fees among other tenants-in-chief in Yorkshire, and in 1172 paid 6 li. for scutage there. In Dec. 1170, he was on of two knights to forbid Archbishop Becket's approach to the young king's court; and he witnessed hcarters of Henry II at Argentan, Winchester and Tours. He visited the Holy Land, probably circa 1174. From lands of the honor of Petworth he became a benefactor of Reading amd Durford Abbeys, and of Lewes Priory; and from lands of the Percy fee a benefactor of Sixle Priory. With his son Henry, he confirmed gifts made by William de Percy to Fountains Abbey. He prseumably died in the year eding at Michealmas 1180, when the honor of Petworth had passed into the King's hand.

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. X. pp. 445-448


Joscelin married Agnes de Percy, daughter of Sir William de Percy Knight, Lord of Topcliffe and Adeliza de Clare, between 1156 and 1161 in England.141 (Agnes de Percy was born in Topcliffe, North Riding, Yorkshire, England and died before 13 Oct 1204 in England 141.)


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