Aubree Albérède Eremburge de Canville
|Nicknames:||"Aubree", "Eranberge", "Albérède", "Erembourg", "Eremburge"|
|Death:||Died in Ivry, Eure, Normandie, France|
|Cause of death:||Said to have been killed by her husband|
|Place of Burial:||Ivry, Eure, Normandie, France|
Daughter of NN Canville de Caux and wife of NN Canville de Caux
|Managed by:||Private User|
About Aubree Albérède Eremburge de Canville
Aubree or Eranberge, married to Raoul d'Ivry. Her parentage is unknown. [That is to say, no first name can be established for her father, and no name at all for her mother. At this time prominent people were just beginning to identify themselves by the places they held or came from, so "Canville en pays de Caux" is sufficient.]
RAOUL d'Ivry (-after 1011). Guillaume de Jumièges names Raoul as uterine brother of Richard Comte [de Normandie], specifying that the latter consulted him about arrangements for the succession in Normandy when dying. Comte de Bayeux.
m AUBREE, daughter of --- (-murdered ----).
Guillaume de Jumièges records the marriage of Raoul and "Eranberge…née dans une certaine terre du pays de Caux que l'on appelle Caville ou Cacheville". [This is a BAD French translation - the original Latin text is, "Accepit autem mulierem quamdam, vocabulo Erembergam vel Alberedam speciosam valde, natam in quadam villa Calcivii territorii, quae dicitur Canvilla." 'Cacheville' is at best a much later interpolation.] She is also named as wife of Raoul by Orderic Vitalis, who says that she built the castle of Ivry, executed the architect Lanfred to prevent him from completing a similar construction elsewhere, attempted to expel her husband from the castle, and was killed by him. [Orderic was honest enough to admit that most of this is gossip - "Men say..." ]
Note: "Caux" as a place name by itself is in the Languedoc in the south of France, and almost certainly has nothing to do with Norman families.
Comte Raoul & his wife had five children:
i) HUGUES d'Ivry (-Oct 1049). Guillaume de Jumièges names Hugues bishop of Bayeux as son of comte Raoul, when recording that the castle of Ivry was confiscated from him by Robert II Duke of Normandy. Seigneur d'Ivry. Bishop of Bayeux 1015. Hugues had [two] illegitimate children by an unknown mistress or mistresses:
(a) ROGER . "Rogerius Hugonis episcopi filius" sold land in Blovilla and Novillula to Sainte-Trinité in an undated charter.
m ODA, daughter of ---. "Odain uxore sua" is named in the undated charter of "Rogerius Hugonis episcopi filius". Roger & his wife had two children:
(1) GUILLAUME . "Willelmo et Hugone eorum filiis" are named in the undated charter of "Rogerius Hugonis episcopi filius". "Guillelmo filio Rogerii filii Hugonis episcopi" purchased land from "Rodulfus de Warenna" dated 1074.
(2) HUGUES . "Willelmo et Hugone eorum filiis" are named in the undated charter of "Rogerius Hugonis episcopi filius".
(b) [AUBREE . Chibnall speculates that the grandmother of Ascelin Goël may have been the daughter of Hugues Bishop of Bayeux, which may have provided her grandson with a claim to Ivry by inheritance, assuming that her illegitimacy presented no obstacle. Her two marriages are shown in Europäische Stammtafeln, but the primary sources which confirm them have not yet been identified.
m firstly ROBERT d'Ivry, son of ---. .
m secondly ALBERT de Cravent .]
ii) EMMA d'Ivry . Guillaume de Jumièges records that one of the daughters of Raoul & his wife married Osbern de Crepon. After her husband died, she became abbess of St Amand at Rouen.
m OSBERN de Crepon, son of HERFAST & his wife --- (-murdered ).
iii) daughter . Guillaume de Jumièges records that the other (unnamed) daughter of Raoul & his wife married Richard de Belfage, naming their son Robert and recording that one of their several daughters married Hugues de Montfort.
m RICHARD de Beaufour, son of ---. Richard & his wife had [four or more] children:
(a) ROBERT .
(b) daughter .
m as his first wife, HUGUES [II] de Montfort, son of HUGUES [I] de Montfort-sur-Risle & his wife --- (-1088 or after).
(c) daughters .
iv) RAOUL d'Ivry (-after [1020/30]). "Hugo Baiocassine urbis episcopus et Rodulfi quondam comitis filius" donated property to Jumièges by charter dated to [1020/30]. It is assumed that the donors were brothers although this is not certain.
v) JEAN d'Ivry (-1079). Brother of Hugues, according to Orderic Vitalis. Bishop of Avranches 1061. The Chronicon S. Stephani Cadomensis records that "Joannes filius Rodulfi comitis fratris Ricardi" succeeded as Archbishop of Rouen in 1069, having been bishop of Avranches for seven years and three months; the same source records the death in 1079 of "Joannes Rothomag. Archiepiscopus".
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Aubree Albérède Eremburge de Canville's Timeline
Bayeux, Calvados, Normandie, France
Ivry, Eure, Normandie, France
Ivry, Eure, Normandie, France