Sibylla de Falaise
- Marriage (1): Baldwin de Boulers
SIBYLLA de Falaise. A plea at Westminster, dating to the ninth year of Henry III King of England , records that "Vitalis Engaing" claimed land "in honore de Mungumery" which "Dominus Rex H, senex" had given "in maritagium Baldewino de Bollers cum Sibilla de Faleise, nepte ipsius H regis", and that "eadem Sibilla" had "unam filiam Matillidem de ipso Baldewino" who "dominus Rex" gave to "Ricardo filio Ursie", who by her had "unum filium et duas filias…Reginaldum filium Ursi et Margeriam primogenitam et Mabiliam". Sibylla's relationship with Henry I King of England, assuming that such relationship is correctly represented in this document, has not been traced.
m ([1100/10]) as his first wife, BALDWIN de Boulers Lord of Montgomery, son of ---. 1
Sibylla married Baldwin de Boulers.
Charles Cawley, <i>Medieval Lands</i>.