Arnoul de Montgommery
ARNOUL de Montgommery (-after 1119). Guillaume of Jumièges names "quinque filios et quatuor filias...Robertus et Hugo, Rogerius Pictavinus, Philippus et Arnulfus, Emma, Mathildis, Mabilia et Sibylla" as the children of "Willelmus Talavatius...filiam suam...Mabiliam" and "Rogerium de Monte-Gummeri". Orderic Vitalis names "Rodbertus de Bellismo, Hugo de Monte-Gomerici, Rogerius Pictavinus, Philippus atque Arnulfus" as the five sons of "Rogerius [de Monte-Gomerici]" and his first wife. "Roger ex Northmannis Northmannus son of Roger" donated property to St Martin, Troarn for the soul of "his wife Mabel lately deceased" by charter dated to [1079/82], subscribed by "Rogerii comitis, Rotberti filii eius, Hugonis, Rogerii, Philippi, Arnulfis [filiorum eius]. "Rotbertus de Belismo filius Rotgerii comitis et Mabilie" donated the church of Saint-Léonard de Bellême, built by "Willelmus attavus Rotberti", to Marmoutier, with the consent of "fratres ipsius Rotberti, Hugo, Rotgerius, Arnulfus", by charter dated 1092. "Arnulf son of earl Roger" donated property to the abbey of Saint-Martin, Sees for the souls of "his father Roger and his brother Hugh who was slain that year" by charter dated 27 Aug 1098. He obtained the comitatus of Pembroke but was apparently not an Earl. The Annals of Margan record that "Robertus comes de Belesmo" was expelled from England in 1102 "cum fratre suo Arnulfo". He was banished from England with his brother Robert. According to Europäische Stammtafeln, he went to Scotland and was ancestor of the MONTGOMMERIE family in Scotland, but the following charter indicates that he was still active in the Maine/Anjou area twenty years later. "Berlaius de Monasteriolo et Geraudus filius eius, Hernulfus de Monte Gomeri" witnessed the charter dated to [1118/26] whcih records that "Herbertum de Wircha generum Goffirdi de Asceio" confirmed the donation of the church of Saint-Médard de Vernie to Angers Saint-Nicolas by "Goffridus de Asceio et uxor sua filia Willelmi de Verneia".
m (1102) LAFRACOTH of Munster, daughter of MURTACH O'Brien King of Munster & his wife ---. She is named daughter "of an Irish king named Murchertach" by Orderic Vitalis. The Annals of Inisfallen record that "Muirchertach Ua Briain made a marriage alliance with the French and with the Norsemen" in 1102.