Arnaud de Courcerault
Thurstan de Bastembourg
Giroie Seigneur d'Echauffour et de Montreuil
(-Bef 1035)
Gisla de Montfort-sur-Risle
(-Abt 1068)


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  • Died: Abt 19 Jan 1068, Abbaye de Marmoutier, Tours, Indre-et-Loire, Centre, 37000, FR 1

  General Notes:

RAOUL "Malacorona/ill-tonsured" (-19 Jan [1068]). Guillaume of Jumièges records that "Geroius" married "Turstini de Monteforti...filiam...Gislam" by whom he had "septem filios et quatuor filias...Ernaldus et Fulcoius...Willelmus et Rodulfus Mala-Corona, Robertus, Hugo et Geroius, Heremburgis et Emma, Adelais et Hadvisa". Orderic Vitalis records that "Geroius" married "Gislam Turstini de Basteburgo filiam" by whom he had "septem filios et quatuor filias...Ernaldus, Willermus, Fulcoius, Radulfus Mala-corona, Rodbertus, Hugo et Geroius, Heremburgis, Hadvisa, Emma, Adelais", adding in a later passage that Raoul became a monk at Marmoutier "sub Alberto abbate" (abbot from 1037 to 1064) and died six years later. Guillaume of Jumièges records that "Willelmi filii Geroii" attended the second marriage of "Willelmus cognomento Talavatius", against the advice of "Rodulfus...frater eius cognomento Mala-corona", after which he was blinded and mutilated, three years later becoming a monk at Bec". Orderic Vitalis records that, after the departure of "Rodberti abbatis [Robert de Grantmesnil, ex-abbot of Ouche]" (dated to [1061]), "Rodulfus Mala-Corona avunculus eius" left Ouche Saint-Evroul and went to Marmoutier, where he died "XIV Kal Feb" seven years later. 1


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

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