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Harlevin de Conteville (de Contefille), Vicomte de Conteville

Nicknames: "Harlowen", "Herlevin", "Herluin", "Harlevin", "de Burgo", "Viscount de Conteville", "Herlwin", "Vicomte de Conteville; aka Harlowen (Herluin) de Burgo"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Conteville, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, France
Death: Died in Mortain, Manche, Basse-Normandie, France
Place of Burial: France
Immediate Family:

Son of Jean De de Conteville, comte de Commines; Johann von Conteville and Harlette de Melan
Husband of Fredefeudis and Arlette de Falaise
Father of Robert de Mortagne, Earl of Cornwall; Isabella de de Conteville; Raoul Ralph de Conteville; Eudes de Conteville, évêque de Bayeux; Christine Lady Hugh Half sister of William I Burgh and 6 others
Brother of Oda de Conteville; Eustace de Burgo, lord of Tonsburgh; John de Comyn (Cumyn/Cumin); Agnes Peverel; Martine de Conteville and 5 others

Occupation: Vicomte, de Conteville, 1050, de Burgh, Officier, de la maison du Roi, Vicomte de Conteville, Viscount of Conteville
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About Harlevin de Conteville (de Contefille), Vicomte de Conteville

Herluin or Herlevin de Conteville

Parents: unknown

Spouses:

1. Herlève de Falaise

Children:

  • Eudes (Odo)
  • Robert de Mourtaigne
  • (daughter), married Guillaume Seigneur de la Ferté-Macé

2. Fredesendis

Children:

  • Raoul de Conteville
  • Jean de Conteville
  • Richard FitzHerluin (uncertain)

LINKS

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NORMAN%20NOBILITY.htm#HerluinConteville

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herluin_de_Conteville

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herluin_de_Conteville

MEDIEVAL LANDS

HERLUIN, son of --- (-[1066], bur Grestain). Vicomte de Conteville. He founded the abbey of Grestain after 1050[2071].

m firstly HERLEVE, mistress of ROBERT II King of Normandy, daughter of FULBERT & his wife [Doda/Duwa] --- (-[1050]). The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines refers to the mother of Duke Guillaume as "filia…Herbertus pelliparius et uxor eius Doda sive Duwa", specifying that the family was from Chaumont in the diocese of Liège but moved to Falaise although others said that they were from Huy, and specifies her marriage to "Herlewino de Vado comitis"[2072]. Orderic Vitalis calls her "Duke Robert's concubine", and specifies her marriage, referring to her husband as stepfather to Duke Guillaume[2073]. Guillaume de Jumièges names "Herlève fille le Fulbert valet de chamber du duc" as mother of Duke Guillaume II, recording that "un certain Herluin, brave chevalier, prit Herlève pour femme" after the death of Duke Robert[2074]. It is assumed that this marriage took place after Duke Robert's death as no record has been found of the Duke having a subsequent relationship. She presumably died before her husband founded the abbey of Grestain as she is not referred to in the abbey's confirmation charter dated 14 Nov 1189[2075]. Robert of Torigny's De Immutatione Ordinis Monachorum records that "Herluinus de Contevilla…et Herleve uxor eius" were buried in "mon. Sanctæ Mariæ Gresteni"[2076].

m secondly FREDESENDIS, daughter of ---. She is named as the wife of Herluin in the confirmation charter of the abbey of Grestain, dated 14 Nov 1189[2077].

Vicomte Herluin & his first wife had three children:

1. EUDES [Odo] (-Palermo [2/6] Jan 1097, bur Palermo Cathedral). Guillaume de Jumièges names (in order) "Eudes et Robert" as the two sons of Herluin and Herlève[2078]. His parentage is recorded by Orderic Vitalis, who specifies that he was the half-brother of William I King of England[2079]. Named by Florence of Worcester as the brother of King William I "but only on his mother's side"[2080]. His half-brother invested him as Bishop of Bayeux on the death of Bishop Hugues, son of Raoul d'Ivry Comte de Bayeux[2081] in 1050. He is said to have taken an active part in the preparation of the Norman invasion of England and was present at the battle of Hastings 23 Oct 1066. The Brevis Relatio de Origine Willelmi Conquestoris records that "Odone episcopo de Baiocis" contributed 120 ships towards the invasion of England in 1066[2082]. His half-brother William I King of England rewarded him with a grant of over 500 manors in England and created him Earl of Kent in 1067[2083]. Florence of Worcester records that King William left "fratrumque suum Odonem Baiocensem episcopum et Willelmum filium Osberni quem in Herefordensi provincia comitum" when he went to Normandy 21 Feb [1067][2084]. He was one of the leaders of the force which suppressed the rebellion of the Earls of Norfolk and Hereford in 1075[2085]. He began scheming to become Pope, sending great gifts to influential men in Rome, but was arrested by King William and sent to Normandy where he was a prisoner in Rouen between 1082 and 1087[2086]. He was released by King William on his deathbed[2087]. Although King William II restored Odo to his Earldom, he was one of the leaders of the rebellion in 1088 which sought to put Robert Duke of Normandy on the English throne[2088]. He was banished from England and all his honours and possessions forfeited. He became chief adviser to Duke Robert in Normandy, accompanying him on the First Crusade but dying en route in Palermo[2089]. Bishop Odo had one illegitimate son:

a) JEAN de Bayeux (-1131). Son of Odo bishop of Bayeux according to Orderic Vitalis, who records that Jean gave King Henry news of the death of his nephew Guillaume "Clito" Count of Flanders in 1128[2090]. Orderic Vitalis records that he lived at the court of Henry I King of England where he was held in esteem for his eloquence and probity[2091].

2. ROBERT de Mortain (after 1040-8 Dec 1090, bur abbaye de Grestain). Guillaume de Jumièges names (in order) "Eudes et Robert" as the two sons of Herluin and Herlève[2092]. His parentage is recorded by Orderic Vitalis, who specifies that he was the half-brother of William I King of England [2093]. Named by Florence of Worcester as the brother of King William I "but only on his mother's side"[2094]. Guillaume de Jumièges records that his half-brother Guillaume II Duke of Normandy installed Robert as Comte de Mortain after expelling "Guillaume Guerlenc"[2095]. He was installed as Comte de Mortain in 1063 by his half-brother Guillaume II Duke of Normandy, after he dispossessed Guillaume Werlenc[2096]. King William I granted him nearly all the land of Cornwall as a reward for his participation at the battle of Hastings in 1066, but he does not seem to have been created Earl of Cornwall, continuing to be referred to as "comes Moritoniensis"[2097]. "Robertus Moretonii comes frater Villelmi Anglorum regis et Normannorum principis" granted property to the abbey of Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire by charter dated 9 Jan 1083[2098]. He joined his brother Eudes in the 1088 rebellion against King William II but was pardoned[2099]. The necrology of the church of Mortain records the death "8 Dec" of "Robertus comes Moretonii fundator istius ecclesie"[2100]. m firstly (before 1066) MATHILDE de Montgommery, daughter of ROGER Sire de Montgommery, Vicomte d'Hiémois [later Earl of Shrewsbury] & his first wife Mabel d'Alençon (-[1085], bur abbaye de Grestain). She is named and her parentage given by Orderic Vitalis, who lists her second among her father's daughters by his first marriage and names her husband[2101]. "Robert count of Mortain" donated property to the abbey of Mont Saint-Michel for "his deceased wife Mathildis and his living wife Almodis" by charter dated to [1087/91][2102]. “Willielmus comes Moritonii” founded Montcute Priory, for the souls of “patris mei Roberti comitis et matris meæ Mathillidis comitissæ”, by undated charter[2103]. m secondly ALMODIS, daughter of ---. "Robert count of Mortain" donated property to the abbey of Mont Saint-Michel for "his deceased wife Mathildis and his living wife Almodis" with the consent of "Robert his son" by charter dated to [1087/91], which specifies that "William his other son has promised to grant it if Almodis should leave no heir"[2104]. Earl Robert & his first wife had five children:

a) ROBERT . "Robert count of Mortain" donated property to the abbey of Mont Saint-Michel for "his deceased wife Mathildis and his living wife Almodis" with the consent of "Robert his son" by charter dated to [1087/91], which specifies that "William his other son has promised to grant it if Almodis should leave no heir"[2105].

b) GUILLAUME de Mortain (-Bermondsey after 1140). Orderic Vitalis refers to him as nepos of Robert III Duke of Normandy[2106]. The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Guilelmi" as son of "Robertum comitem Moretonii"[2107]. Robert of Torigny names "unum filium Guillermum et tres filias" as the children of "Robertus comes Moritonii uterinus frater Willermi regis"[2108]. "Robert count of Mortain" donated property to the abbey of Mont Saint-Michel for "his deceased wife Mathildis and his living wife Almodis" with the consent of "Robert his son…and William his other son" by charter dated to [1087/91][2109]. He succeeded his father in 1090 as Comte de Mortain, and in the latter's lands in Cornwall. He unsuccessfully claimed the earldom of Kent on the death of his uncle Eudes[2110]. “Willielmus comes Moritonii” founded Montcute Priory, for the souls of “patris mei Roberti comitis et matris meæ Mathillidis comitissæ”, by undated charter[2111]. "…Willelmi comitis de Moritun…" subscribed a charter dated 14 Sep 1101 under which Henry I King of England donated property to Bath St Peter[2112]. Florence of Worcester records that "Willelmus comes de Moreteon" rebelled against Henry I King of England, who confiscated all his English lands in [1104][2113]. Florence of Worcester also records that "comes Willelmus de Moretonio" fought with Robert Duke of Normandy against King Henry I at Tinchebrai in [1106], was captured, but later escaped and fled[2114]. Orderic Vitalis records that he was imprisoned for many years and all his honours forfeited[2115]. He became a Cluniac monk at Bermondsey in 1140. m ADILILDIS, daughter of ---. The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.

c) AGNES de Mortain . Robert of Torigny names "unum filium Guillermum et tres filias" as the children of "Robertus comes Moritonii uterinus frater Willermi regis", specifying that one unnamed daughter (mentioned first) married "Andreas de Vitreio"[2116]. A charter dated to [1110] records that "Andreas dominus Vitriaci castri et frater eius Philippus et uxor ipsius Andreæ…Agnes, cum filiis suis Roberto, Gervasio et Elia" confirmed the foundation of Sainte-Croix de Vitré[2117]. m ANDRE [I] Seigneur de Vitré, son of ROBERT [I] Seigneur de Vitré & his wife Berthe de Craon.

d) DENISE de Mortain ([1065/70]-1090). Robert of Torigny names "unum filium Guillermum et tres filias" as the children of "Robertus comes Moritonii uterinus frater Willermi regis", specifying that one unnamed daughter (mentioned second) married "Guido de Laval"[2118]. A charter dated to [1085] records that "Guy II fils de Hamon" withdrew claims against Ronceray relating to property donated by his father by charter dated to [1085] which names "Denise son épouse" and is witnessed by "Hugues, frère de Guy II"[2119]. A charter dated to [1080/90] records that "Guidone de Valle" sold "boscum…Monduluet" to "domnus Rivallonus monachus" at Marmoutier, with the consent of "Hugo frater eius…et Dionisia uxor eius"[2120]. "Guido de Lavalle" donated the priory of Parné to the church of Saint-Nicholas d'Angers "pro salute sua et uxoris sue Dionisie" by charter dated [1080/90][2121]. A charter dated 1090 records that "Guido junior" succeeded "in paternum…honorem" on the death of "Haimonis senioris de Valle Guidonis" and that when, after some time, "supradicti domni Guidonis conjugem" died, he granted further rights to Marmoutier when she was buried "juxta patrem suum Haimonem"[2122]. m [as his second wife,] GUY [II] Sire de Laval, son of HAMON Sire de Laval & his wife Hersende --- (before [1037/38]-after 1105, bur Marmoutier).

e) EMMA de Mortain . Robert of Torigny names "unum filium Guillermum et tres filias" as the children of "Robertus comes Moritonii uterinus frater Willermi regis", specifying that one unnamed daughter (mentioned third) married "comes Tolosanus frater Raimundi comitis Sancti Ægidii"[2123]. Her name is confirmed by the charter dated 1114 under which her daughter “Philippæ comitissæ…Emmæ filia” reached agreement with “Bernardus-Atonis filius Ermengardis”[2124]. m (before 1080) as his second wife, GUILLAUME IV Comte de Toulouse, son of PONS Comte de Toulouse & his second wife Almodis de la Marche (-killed in battle Huesca 1094).

Earl Robert & his second wife had one child:

f) ROBERT de Mortain . The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.

3. [2125]daughter. The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. m GUILLAUME Seigneur de la Ferté-Macé .

Vicomte Herluin & his second wife had [two] children:

4. RAOUL de Conteville (-after 1089). He is called son of Herluin "by another wife" by Orderic Vitalis[2126]. "…Rodulfus filius Herluini…" witnessed the charter dated to [1073] under which William I King of England confirmed the donation by "Nielli filii alterius Nielli" made by "suus pater" of six churches on Guernsey to the abbey of Marmoutier[2127]. He is referred to as the son of Herluin in the charter of confirmation of the abbey of Grestain, dated 14 Nov 1089, the implication of the text being that he was the son of Hilduin's wife Fredesendis[2128]. Raoul was recorded in Domesday Book as a landowner in Somerset and Devon in 1086. m ---. The name of Raoul's wife is not known. Raoul & his wife had one child:

a) BERNARD FitzRaoul . The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. 1092/93.

5. JEAN de Conteville . The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. 1089.

6. [RICHARD FitzHerluin (-after 1082). "…Richard fitz Herluin…" witnessed the charter dated 1082 under which William I King of England donated property to the abbey of la Trinité de Caen[2129].]

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WIKIPEDIA (fr)

Herluin de Conteville (vers 1001 – vers 1066), fut un seigneur normand, vicomte ou comte de Conteville. Il est le père de deux personnages importants du règne de son beau-fils Guillaume le Conquérant, Robert de Mortain et Odon de Bayeux.

Biographie

Il aurait été le fils de Jean de Conteville, mais il s'agit probablement d'une invention a posteriori, car ses origines sont obscures[1]. Il est possible qu'au moment de son mariage, il ait été établit comme un soutien loyal au duc en moyenne Normandie[2].

Il épouse Arlette de Falaise († vers 1050), l'ancienne « frilla » (concubine à la manière danoise) de Robert le Magnifique, duc de Normandie, et mère de Guillaume le Conquérant. La date de leur mariage est inconnue, et il a existé deux théories opposées sur ce point.

La plus ancienne s'appuyait sur le récit du chroniqueur Guillaume de Jumièges, contemporain des faits : « Mais après que le duc pèlerin de Jérusalem fut mort, un certain Herluin, brave chevalier, prit Herlève pour femme, et en eut deux fils, Eudes et Robert, qui dans la suite parvinrent à une grande illustration »[3].

Aujourd'hui, les historiens s'accordent à penser que le duc a arrangé un mariage pour sa maîtresse avec Herluin aux alentours de 1030, soit peu après la naissance de son fils[2]. Certainement peu après son mariage, il est fait vicomte ou comte de Conteville[2].

Il fonde l'abbaye de Grestain avec son fils Robert vers 1050 et c'est là que lui et ses femmes furent inhumés. D'après un récit maintenant perdu, il avait eu une vision dans laquelle la fondation d'un monastère lui guérirait sa lèpre[4].

Familles et descendance

En premières noces, il épouse Arlette de Falaise († vers 1050), ancienne « frilla » (concubine à la manière danoise) de Robert le Magnifique, duc de Normandie, et mère de Guillaume le Conquérant. Ensemble ils ont[5] :

   * Robert de Mortain († 1090), comte de Mortain, et de Cornouailles, compagnon du Conquérant ;
   * Odon de Bayeux († 1097), évêque de Bayeux, comte de Kent, compagnon du Conquérant.
   * Muriel, qui épouse Eudes « au chapeau », vicomte du Cotentin, que Wace liste parmi les conseillers du duc en 1066[6].

Pour David Bates[7], ils engendrent aussi :

   * Adelaïde de Normandie (v. 1026-v. 1090), comtesse d'Aumale ;
   * Très probablement une fille inconnue qui épouse le baron normand Guillaume, seigneur de La Ferté-Macé.

En secondes noces, il épouse Fredesensis. Ensemble, ils ont[7] :

   * Raoul ou Ranulf de Conteville († après 1089). Il est enregistré dans le Domesday Book comme propriétaire dans le Somerset et le Devonshire en 1086 ;
   * Jean de Conteville, probablement mort jeune.

Voir aussi

   * Abbaye de Grestain

Notes et références

  1. ↑ David R. Bates, « Notes sur l'Aristocratie Normande 1. Hugues, évêque de Bayeux 2.Herluin de Conteville et sa famille », Annales de Normandie 23 (1973), p. 22.
  2. ↑ a , b  et c  Brian Golding, « Robert of Mortain », Anglo-Normans Studies : XIII. Proceedings of the Battle Conference, édité par Marjorie Chibnall, Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 1990, p. 119.
  3. ↑ Guillaume de Jumièges, Gesta Normannorum ducum, Éd. Guizot, Paris, Brière, 1826, livre VII, chapitre III, p. 169.
  4. ↑ Brian Golding, « Robert, count of Mortain (d. 1095) », Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004.
  5. ↑ David C. Douglas, William the Conqueror, University of California Press, 1964, p. 380-383.
  6. ↑ Elisabeth M. C. Van Houts, « Wace as Historian », The History of the Norman people: Wace's Roman de Rou, collaborateurs : Glyn Sheridan Burgess, Elisabeth M. C. Van Houts, publié par Boydell Press, 2004, p. xxxv.
  7. ↑ a  et b  David Bates, « Odo, earl of Kent (d. 1097) », Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004.

Sources

   * Brian Golding, « Robert of Mortain », Anglo-Normans Studies : XIII. Proceedings of the Battle Conference, édité par Marjorie Chibnall, Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 1990, p. 119.
   * Herluin de Conteville à thepeerage.com
   * Origines des comtes de Mortain

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Herluin de Conteville (1001–1066[1]), also sometimes listed as Herlevin De Conteville, was the stepfather of William the Conqueror, and the father of two men who became prominent in William's reign.

No contemporary record provides the parentage for Herluin,[2] although much later sources have assigned him parents (such as the otherwise unknown Jean de Conteville (965) and Harlette de Meulan[citation needed]). Herluin was a lord of moderate income and some land on the south side of the river Seine. He was viscount of Conteville, probably so created by his stepson, and held the honour of Sainte-Marie Église, a portion of the county of Mortain. He had a castle there, and founded in its neighbourhood the Abbey of Grestain, in which he and his wives were buried.[1]

Towards the beginning of the 11th century, Conteville and its dependencies appear to be in the hands of Herluin, who married Herleva, the mistress of Robert I, Duke of Normandy and already mother of William the Bastard, called William the Conqueror later. Herluin and Herleva had two sons and one daughter: Odo or Eudes, who became Bishop of Bayeux, and Robert who became Count of Mortain; both were prominent in the reign of their half-brother William. The daughter, sometimes called Muriel, married Guillaume, Seigneur de la Ferté-Macé.[1]

After the death of Herleva (1050), Herluin married Fresendis, who was his wife when he founded Grestain Abbey. By that time she had borne him two sons: Raoul de Conteville (d. aft. 1089), who later held land in Somerset and Devon,[1] and Jean de Conteville. Little is known of the sons of his second marriage.[2] Herluin was afflicted with leprosy or some similar disease, and was inspired to found the abbey of Grestain in hopes of achieving a cure.

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FURTHER LINKS

(WorldConnect at Rootsweb), http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&db=:2582920&id=I9038.

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=aet-t&id=I72099

From the Celtic Casimir online family tree:

http://www.celtic-casimir.com/webtree/3/35447.htm

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Other names for Herluin were Herluin De Burgo Viscount De Conteville, and Herluin De Conteville Vct De Conteville.

   General Notes: David Douglas in William the Conqueror discusses Harlowen de Burgh,
   more usually named de Conteville...See also Loyd: The Origins of Some
   Anglo-Norman Families.
   Alt Name: Harlevin (Herluin) De Conteville [Viscount]
   Alt Death: Abt 1066
       Noted events in his life were:
       1. Fact 1: Buried In Grestain, France. 

(http://masseyfamgenealogy.tripod.com/a32.htm#i3143)

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Harlevin was born about 1001 in Conteville, Eure, Normandy, France.1 Harlevin's father was Jean de Conteville and his mother was <Unknown>. His paternal grandparents were Baudouin III Flanders and Mathilde Saxony. He had a brother and a sister, named Eustache and Oda. He was the second oldest of the three children. He died after 1087 in Grestain, France. He was a viscount.

Herluin de Conteville (1001–1066[1]), also sometimes listed as Herlevin De Conteville, was the stepfather of William the Conqueror, and the father of two men who became prominent in William's reign.

Conteville and Sainte-Marie Eglise

No contemporary record provides the parentage for Herluin[2], although much later sources have assigned him parents (such as the otherwise unknown Jean de Conteville (965) and Harlette de Meulan[citation needed]). Herluin was a lord of moderate income and some land on the south side of the river Seine. He was viscount of Conteville, probably so created by his stepson. and held the honour of Sainte-Marie Église, a portion of the county of Mortain. He had a castle there, and founded in its neighbourhood the Abbey of Grestain, in which he and his wives were buried.[1]

Herluin's marriage to Herleva

Towards the beginning of the 11th century, Conteville and its dependencies appear to be in the hands of Herluin, who married Herleva, the mistress of Robert I, Duke of Normandy and already mother of William the Bastard, called William the Conqueror later. Herluin and Herleva had two sons and one daughter: Odo or Eudes, who became Bishop of Bayeux, and Robert who became Count of Mortain; both were prominent in the reign of their half-brother William. The daughter, sometimes called Muriel, married Guillaume, Seigneur de la Ferté-Macé.[1]

Herluin's marriage to Fresendis

After the death of Herleva (1050), Herluin married Fresendis, who was his wife when he founded Grestain Abbey. By that time she had borne him two sons: Raoul de Conteville (d. aft. 1089), who later held land in Somerset and Devon,[1] and Jean de Conteville. Little is known of the sons of his second marriage.[2] Herluin was afflicted with leprosy or some similar disease, and was inspired to found the abbey of Grestain in hopes of achieving a cure.[citation needed].

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Norman Nobility". Foundation for Medieval Genealogy. http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NORMAN%20NOBILITY.htm#_Toc160529811. Retrieved on 2007-12-23. 
  2. ^ a b Hollister, C. Warren (1987). "The Greater Domesday Tenants-in-Chief". Domesday Studies; Novocentenary Conference: Papers. Boydell & Brewer. p. 235. ISBN 0851154778. 
   * Bates, David (1973) "Notes sur l'aristocratie normande: Hugues, évêque de Bayeux (1011 env. - 1049) et Herluin de Conteville et sa famille." Annales de Normandie 23 (1973): 7-38.

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Herluin de Conteville married Herlève de Falaise, daughter of Fulbert de Falaise and Doda (?), after 1029;

He was Vicomte of Conteville at Calvedos, Lower Normandy, before 1066.

Herluin is our ancestor through two distinct descent lines--one through his son Robert and the other through his daughter Emma, each of whom was independently our ancestor.

See "My Lines"

( http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cousin/html/p347.htm#i6645 )

from Compiler: R. B. Stewart, Evans, GA

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  1. ID: I115601
  2. Name: Count Harlevin [<^>v] de Conteville
  3. Sex: M
  4. Birth: ABT 979 in Conteville,Calvados,France
  5. Death: BET 1066 AND 1087 in Conteville,Calvados,France
  6. Burial: Grestain Abbey, Mortain, Manche, France

Father: Earl Jean [@ <^>v] de Conteville b: BET 969 AND 970 in Conteville, Normandy, France

Mother: Dau [<^>v] de Meulan b: 974 in Mellant, Normandy, France

Marriage 1 Countsss Herleive Arletta [@ <^>v] de Falaise b: 1003 in Falaise, Calvados, France

   * Married: ABT 1028 in Conteville,Calvados,France

Children

  1. Has Children Emmade (Emma) de Burgo [@ <^>v] de Conteville b: ABT 1023 in Conteville, Eure, Normandy, France
  2. Has Children Muriel [@ <^>v] de Conteville b: 1030 in Normandie, France
  3. Has Children Earl (Of Cornwall) Robert [@ <^>v] de Mortain b: BET 1031 AND 1035 in Conteville, Normandy, France

source:

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http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&db=gilead07&id=I253485 -------------------- Herlewin de Hunstanton1

b. say 1056

    Herlewin de Hunstanton was born say 1056.

Family

Child

   * Ralph de Hunstanton+ b. s 10861

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, XII/1:348.

Details for Herlewin Family

1. Herlewin - was born about 1038.

The Our Folk Genealogy Pages were compiled by Albert Douglass Hart, Jr. based on the original "Our Folk" compiled by Albert Thomas Hart in 1972 with help from Albert Douglass Hart Sr, Cara Hart and lots of other family members. -------------------- War ein normannischer Adliger, Er wird ab 1059 als Vicomte de Conteville genant.

  • Er war der freund und Vasall des normannischen Herzogs Robert l.
  • Dieser überredete Herluin, Herleva zu heiraten in 1031. Das Paar hatte zahlreiche Kinder.
  • Herluin Gründete nach 1050 die Abtei Grestain, wo er auch begraben und die zur Grablege der meisten seiner Nachkommen der nächten Generationen wurde.
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Herluin, Count of Conteville's Timeline

1001
September 3, 1001
Conteville, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, France
1018
1018
Age 16
Ivry, Cote d'Or, Bourgogne, France
1029
1029
Age 27
Mortagne-au-Perchey, Orne, France
1030
1030
Age 28
1031
1031
Age 29
Mortagne-sur-Sèvre, Pays de la Loire, France
1031
Age 29
1031
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Conteville, France
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Normandy,Normandy,,France
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Conteville, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, France