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Raoul [IV] de Beaumont Vicomte de Beaumont, Vicomte du Maine
(-After 1070)
Cana de Pontlevoie
Richard de Méry
(-Bef 1131)
Savary FitzCana de Beaumont of Ford
(Abt 1065/1070-)
Muriel de Bohun
Radulf FitzSavary
(-Bef 1157)


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1. Agnes d'Aubigny

Radulf FitzSavary

  • Marriage (1): Agnes d'Aubigny 1
  • Died: Bef 1157 1

  General Notes:

RADULF FitzSavary (-before 1157). "Savaric son of Cana and Muriel his wife" donated property to the abbey of Saint-Martin, Sees by charter dated to [1105], witnessed by "…Radulfus et Savarico filii ipsius Savarici". Of Midhurst and Easebourne, Sussex. "Radulfus filius Savari…" subscribed the undated charter under which "Wilielmus Cicestriæ comes" donated property "ecclesiæ de Bisintona quam Radulphus de Haia dedit ecclesiæ sanctæ Trinitatis" to Boxgrove Priory, dated the day "ipse Radulphus" was betrothed to "uxorem suam Olivam sororem…meam".

m [AGNES de Albini, daughter of WILLIAM Earl of Arundel & his wife Adelisa de Louvain]. Domesday Descendants records that William Earl of Arundel donated property to Boxgrove Priory for the soul of Agnes, wife of Radulf FitzSavaric, by charter dated [1173] which does not specify the relationship between the two. Considering that she gave birth to a daughter before her husband's death before 1157, Agnes was probably the first child of her parents, assuming that William 1st Earl of Arundel was her father.

Radulf & his wife had one child: Agatha. 1

Radulf married Agnes d'Aubigny, daughter of William d'Aubigny 1st Earl of Arundel and Adélaïde de Louvain.1 (Agnes d'Aubigny was born about 1139-1141 1.)


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

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