Guisla de Lluçà, comtessa consort de Barcelona (1011 - c.1079) MP

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Nicknames: "Guisle de Ampurias"
Birthplace: Llucá, Spain
Death: Died in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Managed by: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes
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GUISLA, daughter of --- (-after 1079). According to Europäische Stammtafeln, she was Guisla de Lluça, daughter of Sunifred [II] Señor de Lluça i Villanova & his wife Ermesenda de Balsareny. On the other hand Kerrebrouck states that the "third" wife of Berenguer Ramon [I] was "Guisle de Ampurias". The primary sources which corroborate these hypotheses have not yet been identified. “Berengarius…Marchio Comes…cum uxore mea Guillia comitissa” donated property to Barcelona Santa Eulalia by charter dated to [1028]. The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified. The testament of "Berengarii comiti et marchionis" dated 9 Feb 1035 names "uxorem meam Guiliam comitissam" and leaves the county of Osona to her, while she remains unmarried, and their son "Guilelmo". She married secondly Udalard [II] Vescomte de Barcelona. Her second marriage is confirmed by a charter of her son Guillem, dated 1054, in which he names himself "filius…Guislæ feminæ…comitissa…nunc est vice comitissa propter maritum quem habuit post patris mei". Berenguer Ramon [I] & his first wife had two children: 1. RAMON BERENGUER [I] "el Viejo" de Barcelona (1023-26 May 1076). The testament of "Berengarii comiti et marchionis" dated 9 Feb 1035 names "filium meum maiorem…Reimundus". He succeeded his father in 1035 as Comte de Barcelona, Girona, i Osona. - see below. 2. SANCHO BERENGUER (-after 6 Mar 1058). The Gesta Comitum Barcinonensium name "Raimundum Berengarii, et Gillelmum Berengarii et Sancium Berengarii" as children of "Berengarius", stating that "Sancius Berengarii" was "Monachus Tomeriensis et Prior S. Benedicti de Bagis" where he died. The testament of "Berengarii comiti et marchionis" dated 9 Feb 1035 names "…filium meum Sancium…". Comte de Olerdota 1035/49. He renounced his rights at Penedes in 1050, and became a monk at Saint-Pons de Thomières. The codicil of "domna Ermesindis comitissa", dated 6 Mar 1057 (O.S.), names "Guillermo Berengarii suo nepoti…Sancio suo nepoti…Bernardo Berengarii suo nepoti".

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