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Gilbert IV Crespin de Tillières
(-After 1120)
Laurentia
Gilbert V Crespin de Tillières
(-1152)
Juliana
Glibert VI Crespin de Tillières
(-Between 1190/1191)

 

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Aliénor de Vitré Countess of Salisbury

Glibert VI Crespin de Tillières

  • Born: Tillières-sur-Aure, Eure, France
  • Marriage: Aliénor de Vitré Countess of Salisbury 1040
  • Died: Between Jul 1190 and 25 Mar 1191, Acre, Palestine 1040

bullet  Information about this person:

• Web Reference: Charles Cawley's Midieval Lands, Gilbert Crispin.

• Background Information: From GEN-MEDIEVAL-L Archives. 193
From: Peter Stewart <psssst@optusnet.com.au>
Subject: Re: Gilbert Crespin de Tillières
Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2011 15:28:36 +1100

There are tables for both l'Aigle and Crespin families in Daniel Power's The Norman Frontier that was cited by Robert Forrest.

The Crespin succession is as follows:

Gilbert I, living ca 1033, married Gunnor sister of Fulco of Aunou and Nicholas of Bacqueville (daughter of Baudry the German and a niece of Gilbert of Brionne)
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Gilbert II, living ca 1066
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Gilbert III, died 1096/1107, married Hersendis (living 1109/10), possible related to Albert Ribaud
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Gilbert IV, living 1120, married Laurentia
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Gilbert V, died in or shortly after 1152, married Juliana
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Gilbert VI, died at Acre after July 1190/before 25 March 1191, married (1) Eustachia; (2) Eleanor.

Peter Stewart

• Background Information. 1040
Gilbert Tillieres
's wife was Eleanor, the daughter of Robert de Vitre and widow of William Paynell, who died in 1184. Eleanor married thridly William Fitz Patrick, Earl of Salisbury, who died in 1196, by whom she was the mother of Ela, Countess of Salisbury who married William Longespee. Eleanor's fourth husband was Gilbert Malmains, who was serving overseas with English forces in 1199 and 1203 but by 1205 had transferred his allegiance to France [Cokayne, Complete Peerage, 11:379]. He has incorrectly been called the father of Nicholas I Malmains [Cussans, History of Hertfordshire, 3:120], but his place in the pedigree is obscure.

~New England Historical & Genealogical Registry, Vol. 140, p. 221


Glibert married Aliénor de Vitré Countess of Salisbury, daughter of Robert de Vitré and Emma de Dinan.1040 (Aliénor de Vitré Countess of Salisbury was born in 1166 in Brittany, Normandy, France, died After 31 May 1232 and before 18 Aug 1233 in Normandy 141,725 and was buried before 18 Aug 1233 in Abbaye St. Martin de Monte Dei 141,758.)


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