Begon de Corbeil
Ansculf
Eva
Gaudry de Corbeil
(-Bef 1092)
Aremburge
(-After 1092)
Ferry de Corbeil
(-After 1130)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Comtesse

Ferry de Corbeil

  • Marriage (1): Comtesse 1
  • Died: After 1130 1

  General Notes:

FERRY (-after [1130]). An undated charter, dated to 1092 as explained above, records four transactions relating to the donation of "ecclesiam...sancti Dyonisii de Bunduslo" to Longpont, firstly "in Corboylo castro" by "Fredericus, Gaudrici filius et Isembardus cognomento Paganus, filius Anselli de Stampis", with the consent of "parentis isti: Aremburgis mater eiusdem Frederici et fratres eiusdem Frederici…Gaufredus et Bego…et Gautherius Tyrellus et Mathildis soror eorum", secondly on the same day as the previous donation "isdem Fredericus" placed the donation on the altar at Longpont, witnessed by various knights, thirdly "Aaliz soror eiusdem...Frederici uxor...supradicti Isembardi" placed the donation in the hands of "Heinrici prioris", and fourthly "Odo comes Corboilensis, ex cujus sisco est" consented to the donation, witnessed by "...Yvo de Merlo filius Gisleberti...". "Fredericus filius Galdrici, Joffredus frater eius, Fredericus et Balduinus fratres..." subscribed a charter of "comte Eudes" dated 1096. A charter dated [5 Apr/24 Sep] 1097 records that "Dnus Hugo" went to "Corbolium castrum" where "alios parentes filios Herenburgis neptis sue...unus Fredericus...alius Gaufredus, tertius Walterius et quartus Bego...cum matre eorum Herenburge et sororibus suis filiabus eiusdem Herenburgis" confirmed his donation to Saint-Martin-des-Champs, witnessed by "Odo comes Corboili, Fredericus filius Balduini Belvacensis, Godolricus vicecomes...". "Fredericus de Castellonio", while en route to Jerusalem, required "Comitisse uxori sue" to donate property to Notre-Dame de Longpont, with the consent of "Eustachia filia Frederici qui fuit uxor Balduini de Belvaco", by charter dated to [1120].

m COMTESSE, daughter of --- (-after [1120]). "Fredericus de Castellonio", while en route to Jerusalem, required "Comitisse uxori sue" to donate property to Notre-Dame de Longpont, with the consent of "Eustachia filia Frederici qui fuit uxor Balduini de Belvaco", by charter dated to [1120].

Ferry & his wife had one child: Eustachie. 1


Ferry married Comtesse.1 (Comtesse died after 1120 1.)


Sources


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

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