Hamon de Château-du-Loir Seigneur d'Argentré
(-Abt 1030)


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1. Hildeburge de Bellême

Hamon de Château-du-Loir Seigneur d'Argentré

  • Marriage (1): Hildeburge de Bellême before 1006 1
  • Died: Abt 15 Jan 1030 1

  General Notes:

HAMON [Hamelin] de Château-du-Loir, son of--- (-15 Jan [1030]). Gervais Archbishop of Reims wrote concerning the relics of Saint Mélaine to Even Abbé de Saint-Mélaine, dated [1055/67], naming "Rorans avia mea" and recording that she was granted the domaine of Argentré "in Cenomanensi pago" by way of dower, specifying that it was transmitted to "nepoti suo, quem de filio suscepit, Haimoni patri meo". "Hugo Cenomannensis comes" donated property to the abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel by charter dated 1014, witnessed by "Roscelini vicecomitis, Hameli de Leido Castello, Haymonis de Medano, Herberti fratris comitis, Droci filii Milonis, Odilarii Drudi". The necrology of Le Mans Cathedral records the death "XVIII Kal Feb" of "Haimo de Castro Lit".

m (1006 or before) HILDEBURGE de Bellême, daughter of YVES de Creil Seigneur de Bellême & his wife --- (-27 Oct ----). Avesgaud Bishop of Le Mans gave the church of Parigné-l'Evèque and Loué to "unam Hildeburgi sorori suæ primogenitæ et alteram Godehilde germanæ suæ secundæ" by charter dated [1000]. The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified. Bishop Gervais names "avunculi mei Avesgaudi…genitoris cum genetrice mea Haimonis et Hildeburga" in his testament dated [1040/47], which also specifies that "avunculi mei domini Avesgaudi episcopi" died "apud Verdunis VI Kal Nov" on returning from Jerusalem, that "sororis eius, matris mee Hyldeburge" died the same day that "patris mei Haimonis" died "XVIII Kal Feb", and that he was ordained "XIV Kal Jan".

Hamon & his wife had five children: Gervais, Robert, Avesgaud, Guillaume and Rotrude. 1

Hamon married Hildeburge de Bellême, daughter of Yves de Creil Seigneur de Bellême and Godehildis, before 1006.1


1 Charles Cawley, <i>Medieval Lands</i>.

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