Fleury (Florus) de France (Capet), Seigneur de Nangis (1095 - 1119) MP

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Nicknames: "Flonrent Capet"
Birthplace: Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, Midi-Pyrenees, France
Death: Died in Battlefield, , Normandie, France
Managed by: Ernesto Álvarez Uriondo
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About Fleury (Florus) de France (Capet), Seigneur de Nangis

FLEURI [Florus] de France

From Medlands:

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/CAPET.htm#PhilippeIdied1108

([1095]-after 1119)

The Historia Regum Francorum Monasterii Sancti Dionysii names "Philippum et Florum et filiam unam" children of "Philippus rex [et] Fulconi Rechin Andagavorum comiti uxorem"[312]. His parentage is also recorded by Orderic Vitalis[313]. A document dated Jul 1213 records that [314]. He was living in Anjou with his mother in 1117. Seigneur de Nangis, by right of his wife. m [--- de Nangis, daughter & heiress of --- de Nangis & his wife ---]. Her parentage and marriage are assumed because her daughter is called "Isabellis de Nangies" in the source quoted below. Fleuri & his wife had [two] children:

a)  ISABELLE de Nangis

([1118]-[after 1166/67]).  Documents dated Jul 1213 and Aug 1213, relating to the consanguinity between Erard de Brienne Seigneur de Ramerupt and his wife Philippa of Jerusalem, record "rex Franciæ…Grossus rex fratrem…Florium…filia Isabellis de Nangies…domina de Venisiaco", adding that her daughter was "domina de Venisiaco, mater…[Erardum de Rameruco] [Erardum de Brena]", another document in the series clarifying that Isabelle was the mother of "Aalaidis dominæ Venisiaci…mater…Erardi"[315].  Dame de Nangis.  A charter dated to after 1151 recites the donation of “feodum de Thori” by “Symon Pichered” to Dilo abbey, confirmed by "Garnerus…de Venisiaco a quo feodum illud Symon tenebat et uxor Garini Petronilla sed et filius eius Ansellus", and a later donation confirmed by "Ansellus…de Venisiaco…et frater Anselli, Freherus, sed et uxor sua Elisabeth", as well as other donations by Anseau, Isabelle and Ferry[316].  She is named in the cartulary of Preuilly[317].  According to Europäische Stammtafeln, Isabelle married firstly "Guy de Marolles", adding that he joined the crusade in 1141 and died in Palestine[318].  The primary source on which this is based is not known.  However, under a charter dated to [1166/67], Louis VII King of France confirmed donations of property to the abbey of Barbeau, including the donation of "apud capellam de Sarnai" made by "Guidonis de Nangiis…cum assensu uxoris sue Helisabeth" and with the consent of "Milo de Corteriaco…uxore et filiis"[319].  It is possible that "Guidonis de Nangiis" is the same person as Guy de Marolles, and that his wife "Helisabeth" was Isabelle de Nangis.  If this is correct, Guy would have been Isabelle´s second husband not her first, assuming that the charter relates to then current donations.  This would also be consistent with her supposed daughter by this marriage having given birth to children from her second marriage (to Adam de Melun) in the 1180s.  Her descendants by this supposed second marriage were studied by Maurice Lecomte[320].  m [firstly] ([1136]) ANSEAU de Venizy, son of GUERIN de Venizy & his wife Pétronille ---.  [m secondly GUY [de Marolles], son of --- (-after [1166/67]).  Seigneur de Nangis, de iure uxoris.]  

b) [daughter . Her parentage and marriage are recorded in Europäische Stammtafeln which also states that she was "Dame de Châtel-les-Nangis"[321]. The primary source on which this is based has not yet been identified. However, as noted above under her supposed sister Isabelle, under a charter dated to [1166/67] Louis VII King of France confirmed donations of property to the abbey of Barbeau, including the donation of "apud capellam de Sarnai" made by "Guidonis de Nangiis…cum assensu uxoris sue Helisabeth" and with the consent of "Milo de Corteriaco…uxore et filiis"[322]. The consent given by "Milo de Corteriaco" and his wife and children would be consistent with he and his wife also having an interest in the property donated, which would be the case if his wife was the sister of Isabelle de Nangis. Her husband´s connection with the Melun family has not been confirmed. m MILON [de Melun] Seigneur de Courtry, son of ---.]

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Fleury (Florus) de France, Seigneur de Nangis's Timeline

1095
1095
Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, Midi-Pyrenees, France
1117
1117
Age 22
Paris, Île-de-France, France
1117
Age 22
Nangis, , Marne, France
1119
1119
Age 24
Battlefield, , Normandie, France
1993
January 28, 1993
Age 24
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