Aubry
(-After 1088)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Ada de Marle

  • Foulques

Aubry

  • Marriage (1): Ada de Marle 1
  • Died: After 1088 1

  General Notes:

AUBRY (-after 1088). According to Europäische Stammtafeln, he was Aubry, son of Ives [I] Comte de Beaumont & his wife Emma ---. The primary source on which this is based has not yet been identified, and no indication has been found that it is correct. The names Aubry and Foulques are not otherwise present in the family of the Comtes de Beaumont-sur-Oise and no indication has been found that Aubry held any property or position in the county. Until further information comes to light, it is suggested that this supposed connection should be treated with caution. Seigneur de Coucy 1059/79. Elinand Bishop of Laon donations made by "Albricus de Cociaco castro…cum uxore sua Adela et matre eius Malthilde" by charter dated 3 Nov 1059. "…Albrici de Cociaco…" witnessed the charter dated 1065 under which Philippe I King of France confirmed the rights of the abbey of Saint-Médard de Soissons. Tardif quotes six charters dated between 1066 and 1079 in which "Albricus de Cociaco" is named. Philippe I King of France confirmed the foundation of the abbey of Saint-Jean des Vignes de Soissons by charter dated 1076, witnessed by "Tetbaldus comes et Stephanus filius eius, Willelmus Gomes, Hugo de Castro-Theodorici, Albricus de Cociaco, Eurardus miles, Gofridus miles, Wido de Castellonio". The Vita Sancti Arnulfi Suessionensis Episcopirecords that "vir nobilis, militiæ actibus implicitus…Guido" married "uxorem…Ermengardem" and records that "Albricus frater eius, Cotidiaci dominus" was captured and expelled "per consilium suæ coniugis Avelinæ". It is difficult to date this event precisely, but presumably it took place after 1079 when Aubry is mentioned in French sources at Coucy for the last time. Later records indicate that Aubry settled in England, presumably after his expulsion from Coucy: Domesday Book records "the land of Aubrey de Coucy" in Hickleton and Cadeby in Yorkshire in 1086. "…Alberici de Cuceio…" witnessed the charter dated 1088 under which "Rotbertus…Normannorum dux, filius Willelmi…Anglorum regis" donated rights "in villa…Ardevun" Ardevon to Mont Saint-Michel.

m firstly (divorced [1059]) as her first husband, ADA de Marle [Dame de Coucy], daughter of LETAUD de Marle & his wife Mathilde ---. The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Letaldus de Marla…filiam nomine Adam" as mother of "Thomam de Marla". The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "filia…Letardi domni de Marla…Ada" as mother of "Thomam de Cocy". "Albericus de Cociaco…cum Adela uxore sua et matre eius Mathilde" granted privileges to the monastery of Nogent-sous-Coucy by charter dated 1059, although the primary source which confirms that she was the daughter of Letaud, as well as the same daughter who later married Enguerrand de Coucy, has not yet been identified. [Heiress of Coucy]: as Coucy passed from her first husband to her second husband, it is supposed that Ada was heiress of Coucy, although no primary source has yet been identified which confirms that this speculation is correct. She married secondly Enguerrand de Boves Comte d´Amiens, Sire de Coucy .

m secondly AVELINE, daughter of ---. The Vita Sancti Arnulfi Suessionensis Episcopi records that "vir nobilis, militiæ actibus implicitus…Guido" married "uxorem…Ermengardem" and records that "Albricus frater eius, Cotidiaci dominus" was captured and expelled "per consilium suæ coniugis Avelinæ".

Aubry & his wife had one child: Foulques. 1


Aubry married Ada de Marle, daughter of Létaud de Marle and Mathilde.1 The marriage ended in divorce in 1059.


Sources


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

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