Guillaume "le Vieux" Goët, Seigneur de Montmirail (1035 - 1060) MP

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Birthplace: Gouet, Nievre, Bourgogne, France
Death: Died in Sarthe, Maine, Pays de la Loire, France
Occupation: Comte, de Perche-Gouet, Sieur, de Monmirail, d'Authon, de la Bazoche, de Brou, d'Alluye
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About Guillaume "le Vieux" Goët, Seigneur de Montmirail

SEIGNEURS de MONTMIRAIL (GOËT)

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1. GUILLAUME [I] Goët (-before 1059). Seigneur de Montmirail. m (before 1059) as her first husband, MATHILDE d'Alluye, daughter of GAUTHIER d'Alluye & his wife --- (-after 1079). Her two marriages are confirmed by the charter dated to [1050/60] under which "Hugo…castri Breietelli possessor in pago Cenomannensi" donated "ecclesiam…in Dunensi pago…Lazellam" to Marmoutier, with the permission of "domine mee Mahildis filie Galterii de Aloia filiorumque ac filiarum eiusdem, quibus patres fuere Guillelmus cognomento Gugetus et Gauffredus de Medana…Willelmi, Hildeburgis et Richildis, item Hamelini, Galterii et Hersendis"[836]. She married secondly Geoffroy de Mayenne. "Guillelmus Gogietus et mater eius Mahildis" donated property "ex bosco ipsorum de Pertico" with the consent of "Eustachia coniuge sua et filiis Guillelmo et Hugone" by charter dated 1079, witnessed by "Rodulfus filius Rotrochii bastardi"[837]. The primary source which confirms her parentage and two marriages has not yet been identified.

Guillaume [I] & his wife had [four] children:

a) GUILLAUME [II] Goët (-[1117]). His parentage is confirmed by the charter dated to [1050/60] under which "Hugo…castri Breietelli possessor in pago Cenomannensi" donated "ecclesiam…in Dunensi pago…Lazellam" to Marmoutier, with the permission of "domine mee Mahildis filie Galterii de Aloia filiorumque ac filiarum eiusdem, quibus patres fuere Guillelmus cognomento Gugetus et Gauffredus de Medana…Willelmi, Hildeburgis et Richildis, item Hamelini, Galterii et Hersendis"[838]. "Guillelmus Gogietus et mater eius Mahildis" donated property "ex bosco ipsorum de Pertico" with the consent of "Eustachia coniuge sua et filiis Guillelmo et Hugone" by charter dated 1079, witnessed by "Rodulfus filius Rotrochii bastardi"[839]. Seigneur de Montmirail. "Willelmus Goetus senex et uxor eius Eustachia et eorum filii Willelmus…et Mischinus primogenitus et Robertus atque Matheus" donated property by charter dated 1116, in the presence of "Bernardus puer, nepos ipsius Eustaciæ"[840]. m (before 1071) EUSTACHIE, daughter of ---. "Guillelmus Goius [et] uxor…Eustachia" donated property by charter dated 1071[841]. "Eustachia coniuge sua et filiis Guillelmo et Hugone" consented to the donation by "Guillelmus Gogietus et mater eius Mahildis" of property "ex bosco ipsorum de Pertico" by charter dated 1079[842]. A clue to the origins of Eustachie is provided by the charter dated 1116 in which "Willelmus Goetus senex et uxor eius Eustachia et eorum filii Willelmus…et Mischinus primogenitus et Robertus atque Matheus" donated property in the presence of "Bernardus puer, nepos ipsius Eustaciæ"[843], although Bernard has not yet been idenfied. "Guillelmus cognomina Goetus" donated property to Chartres Saint-Père by undated charter which names "uxore mea…Eustachia et filiis meis Guillelmo et Roberto…et filia mea…Mahildi", the editor of the compilation stating that "Eustachia" was "consanguinea Willelmi abbatis Carnotensis"[844]. Guillaume [II] & his wife had five children:

i) GUILLAUME [III] "Mischinus" Goët (before 1079-after 1119). "Eustachia coniuge sua et filiis Guillelmo et Hugone" consented to the donation by "Guillelmus Gogietus et mater eius Mahildis" of property "ex bosco ipsorum de Pertico" by charter dated 1079[845]. "Girardus Brunellus" donated property to Chartres Saint-Père by charter dated to [1092/1120] with the consent of "senioris mei domni Guillelmi Goeth et uxoris eius Eustachie atque filiorum eius Hugonis et Guillelmi", witnessed by "Guillelmus nepos Guillelmi Goeth"[846]. "Guillelmus cognomina Goetus" donated property to Chartres Saint-Père by undated charter which names "uxore mea…Eustachia et filiis meis Guillelmo et Roberto…et filia mea…Mahildi"[847]. "Eustachia uxor Guillelmi Goeti" donated property to Chartres Saint-Père by charter dated to [1101/29] which names "filiorum suorum Guillelmi, Roberti et Mathei"[848]. Seigneur de Montmirail et du Château-du-Loir. "Goharius Meschinus…" witnessed the charter dated 1119 recording an agreement between the monks of "Majoris Monasterii" and "Nivelonem de Fracte Valle"[849]. m --- [of England], illegitimate daughter of HENRY I King of England & his mistress ---. Guillaume de Jumièges records one illegitimate daughter of King Henry I as wife of "Guillaume Goel"[850].

ii) HUGUES (before 1079-before 1116). "Eustachia coniuge sua et filiis Guillelmo et Hugone" consented to the donation by "Guillelmus Gogietus et mater eius Mahildis" of property "ex bosco ipsorum de Pertico" by charter dated 1079[851]. "Girardus Brunellus" donated property to Chartres Saint-Père by charter dated to [1092/1120] with the consent of "senioris mei domni Guillelmi Goeth et uxoris eius Eustachie atque filiorum eius Hugonis et Guillelmi", witnessed by "Guillelmus nepos Guillelmi Goeth"[852].

iii) ROBERT (-after 1116). "Willelmus Goetus senex et uxor eius Eustachia et eorum filii Willelmus…et Mischinus primogenitus et Robertus atque Matheus" donated property by charter dated 1116, in the presence of "Bernardus puer, nepos ipsius Eustaciæ"[853]. "Guillelmus cognomina Goetus" donated property to Chartres Saint-Père by undated charter which names "uxore mea…Eustachia et filiis meis Guillelmo et Roberto…et filia mea…Mahildi"[854]. "Eustachia uxor Guillelmi Goeti" donated property to Chartres Saint-Père by charter dated to [1101/29] which names "filiorum suorum Guillelmi, Roberti et Mathei"[855].


iv) MATHIEU (-after 1116). "Willelmus Goetus senex et uxor eius Eustachia et eorum filii Willelmus…et Mischinus primogenitus et Robertus atque Matheus" donated property by charter dated 1116, in the presence of "Bernardus puer, nepos ipsius Eustaciæ"[856]. "Eustachia uxor Guillelmi Goeti" donated property to Chartres Saint-Père by charter dated to [1101/29] which names "filiorum suorum Guillelmi, Roberti et Mathei"[57].

v) MATHILDE . "Guillelmus cognomina Goetus" donated property to Chartres Saint-Père by undated charter which names "uxore mea…Eustachia et filiis meis Guillelmo et Roberto…et filia mea…Mahildi"[858].

b) HILDEBURGE Goët (-6 Aug ----). Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated to [1050/60] under which "Hugo…castri Breietelli possessor in pago Cenomannensi" donated "ecclesiam…in Dunensi pago…Lazellam" to Marmoutier, with the permission of "domine mee Mahildis filie Galterii de Aloia filiorumque ac filiarum eiusdem, quibus patres fuere Guillelmus cognomento Gugetus et Gauffredus de Medana…Willelmi, Hildeburgis et Richildis, item Hamelini, Galterii et Hersendis"[859]. The necrology of Chartres Cathedral records the death "VIII Id Aug" of "Hildeburgis…pro cuius anima dedit Fulcherius Nivelonis filius vir suus"[860]. m FOUCHER Sire de Fréteval, son of NIVELON [I] Sire de Fréteval & his wife Ermentrude --- (-18 Dec before 1095).

c) RICHILDIS . Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated to [1050/60] under which "Hugo…castri Breietelli possessor in pago Cenomannensi" donated "ecclesiam…in Dunensi pago…Lazellam" to Marmoutier, with the permission of "domine mee Mahildis filie Galterii de Aloia filiorumque ac filiarum eiusdem, quibus patres fuere Guillelmus cognomento Gugetus et Gauffredus de Medana…Willelmi, Hildeburgis et Richildis, item Hamelini, Galterii et Hersendis"[861].


d) [--- . m ---.] One child:

i) GUILLAUME . "Girardus Brunellus" donated property to Chartres Saint-Père by charter dated to [1092/1120] with the consent of "senioris mei domni Guillelmi Goeth et uxoris eius Eustachie atque filiorum eius Hugonis et Guillelmi", witnessed by "Guillelmus nepos Guillelmi Goeth"[862].

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Guillaume I Goët, seigneur de Montmirail's Timeline

1035
1035
Gouet, Nievre, Bourgogne, France
1050
1050
Age 15
Gouët, Nièvre, France
1050
Age 15
Gouet, Nievre, Bourgogne, France
1060
1060
Age 25
France
1060
Age 25
Sarthe, Maine, Pays de la Loire, France
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