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Malahulc Haldrick Eysteinsson, Jarl of Norway

Also Known As: "Malahute", "Haldrick", "Malahulc", "Tresney", "Earl of More", "Malahule", "Malahuc Haldrick /Öysteinsson/", "Malahue //", "Malahulc (Haldrick\Tresney) /Eysteinsson/"
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Birthplace: Nord-Trøndelag, Norway
Death: Died in Norway
Place of Burial: Norway
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Son of Eystein Ivarsson «the Noisy» Glumra and Ásdís (Ascrida) Ragnvaldsdóttir
Husband of Maud et Temois de Boulogne et Ternois
Father of Hugues I de Calvacamp, seigneur de Tosny; Ralph de Bayeux and Richard I de Saint Sauveur Viscount of Contentin
Brother of Ragnvald Eysteinsson, Earl of Møre; Sigurd I Eysteinsson, Jarl of Orkney and Turstan Eystennsson of Bastenburg
Half brother of Svanhild (Svanhildi) Eysteinsdotter

Occupation: Jarl of Norway (Viking)
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About Malahulc / Haldrick Eysteinsson

Malahulc (erroneously called Malahule, Malahue or similar) is the brother of Ragnvald Mørejarl, and mentioned by historian Orderic Vitalis. He could be the father of Robert and Hugo described below, but there is great uncertainty, since primary sources are not identified.

Norman historian André Davy (Les Barons du Cotentin, Marigny: Editions Eurocibles, 2009, p. 55) lists among his children Richard de Cotentin (ancestor of the barons of Saint-Sauveur), Hugues de Cavalcamp and Ralph de Bayeux.

Charles Cawley's Medieval Lands database: http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NORMAN%20NOBILITY.htm#RogerConchesdied1040

E. SEIGNEURS de TOSNY

 

1. MALAHULC . His family origin is confirmed by Guillaume of Jumièges who names “Rogerius Toenites de stirpe Malahulcii qui Rollonis ducis patruus fuerat”[2841], suggesting that Malahulc was ancestor of the later Tosny family. Orderic Vitalis (writing in [1113]) names Malahulc as an uncle of Rollo and ancestor of the Tosny family[2842]. He is not mentioned in the Sagas.

 

1. HUGUES de Calvacamp, son of --- . He is named only in the Acta Archiepiscorum Rothomagensium which names his son "Radulfo…filio Hugonis de Calvacamp"[2843]. No source has been found which names him in his own capacity. Guillaume of Jumièges names [his great-grandson] “Rogerius Toenites de stirpe Malahulcii qui Rollonis ducis patruus fuerat”[2844], which suggests that Malahulc was the ancestor of Hugues de Calvacamp, Hugues´s wife, or the wife of Raoul [I] de Tosny. m ---. The name of Hugues's wife is not known. Guillaume of Jumièges names [his great-grandson] “Rogerius Toenites de stirpe Malahulcii qui Rollonis ducis patruus fuerat”[2845], which suggests that Malahulc was the ancestor of Hugues de Calvacamp, Hugues´s wife, or the wife of Raoul [I] de Tosny. Hugues & his wife had two children:

a) RAOUL [I] (-after 1 May 991). The Acta Archiepiscorum Rothomagensium record that "Hugo" archbishop of Rouen granted "Todiniacum…in dominicatu archiepiscopi" to "fratri suo Radulfo…filio Hugonis de Calvacamp"[2846]. m ---. The name of Raoul's wife is not known. Guillaume of Jumièges names [his great-grandson] “Rogerius Toenites de stirpe Malahulcii qui Rollonis ducis patruus fuerat”[2847], which suggests that Malahulc was the ancestor of Hugues de Calvacamp, Hugues´s wife, or the wife of Raoul [I] de Tosny. Raoul & his wife had one child:

i) RAOUL [II] de Tosny . "…Rodulphi filii Rodulphi de Todeniaco…" subscribed the undated charter under which "Richardus…Normannorum comes" confirmed property of Lisieux[2848].

- see below.

b) HUGUES (-10 Nov [989/90]). Monk at Saint-Denis before 942. Archbishop of Rouen 942. The Acta Archiepiscorum Rothomagensium record that "Willelmus filius Rollonis dux Normannorum" appointed "Hugo…monachus apud sanctum Dyonisium" as archbishop of Rouen, adding that he was "prosapia clarus, sed ignobilis cunctis operibus", had "filios…quamplures", and granted "Todiniacum…in dominicatu archiepiscopi" to "fratri suo Radulfo…filio Hugonis de Calvacamp"[2849]. The dates of his appointment and death are ascertained from Orderic Vitalis who records the death of his predecessor in 942, and that Hugues held the position for 47 years[2850]. Gallia Christiana records the death "IV Id Nov" of "Hugonis archiepiscopi"[2851]. [m ---.] Hugues [& his wife] had children:

i) children . Their existence is confirmed by the Acta Archiepiscorum Rothomagensium which record that "Hugo…monachus apud sanctum Dyonisium" had "filios…quamplures"[2852]. Their is no indication of their number, their names or the identity of their mother(s).

Sources

  • [2841] Willelmi Gemmetencis Historiæ (Du Chesne, 1619), Liber VII, III, p. 268.
  • [2842] GND, ii, 94-5.
  • [2843] Veterum Analectorum, Tome II, Acta Archiepiscoporum Rothomagensium, p. 437.
  • [2844] Willelmi Gemmetencis Historiæ (Du Chesne, 1619), Liber VII, III, p. 268.
  • [2845] Willelmi Gemmetencis Historiæ (Du Chesne, 1619), Liber VII, III, p. 268.
  • [2846] Veterum Analectorum, Tome II, Acta Archiepiscoporum Rothomagensium, p. 437.
  • [2847] Willelmi Gemmetencis Historiæ (Du Chesne, 1619), Liber VII, III, p. 268.
  • [2848] Le Prévost, A. ´Pouillés du diocèse de Lisieux´, Mémoires de la Société des antiquaires de Normandie, 2e Série, 3ème Volume (1842-43), p. 9, footnote 5.
  • [2849] Veterum Analectorum, Tome II, Acta Archiepiscoporum Rothomagensium, p. 437.
  • [2850] Orderic Vitalis (Prévost), Vol. II, Liber V, IX, p. 362.
  • [2851] Gallia Christiana, XI, col. 26.
  • [2852] Veterum Analectorum, Tome II, Acta Archiepiscoporum Rothomagensium, p. 437.
 

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Jarl Of More Malahule EYSTEINSSON7,28,38,56,57,58,103,117,133,198,199,259,262,312,377,587,2685,2686,2687,2688,2689,2690,2694,2695,2696 was born about 834 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway.28,377 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]587,2685,2686,2687,2688,2689,2690,2696 He was also known as (Haldrick) (Malahulc) (Tresney).377 He was also known as Haldrick Malahulc. He died Between 911-912.28,262 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] 2 SOUR S085410

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Malahucius is said to be the ancestor of Ralph II de Toni .

The Complete Peerage V6.P448.j Parents: Jarl Of The Uplands Eystein Ivarsson GLUMRA and Countess Of Oppland, Jutl Ascrida RAGNVALDSDOTTIR. Parents: Jarl Of The Uplands Eystein Ivarsson GLUMRA and Ascrida RAGNVALDSDOTTIR.

Spouse: MALAHUE.

Children were: Vicomte De Contentin Richard I DE St. Sauveur, Hugh De CALVACAMP.

Spouse: Maud St. Pol Sur Mer De THEROUANNE. Jarl Of More Malahule EYSTEINSSON and Maud St. Pol Sur Mer De THEROUANNE were married about 890 in . Children were: Hugh De CAVALCAMP, I RICHARD De Cotentin, Ralph BAYEUX, Arnoul Arnold Ernulfe BOULOGNE, Lambert BOULOGNE, Manasses Of TROYES.

Of More Malahule EYSTEINSSON7,79,107,108,348 was born in 863 in Maer, Norway. He died in 912. He was also known as Haldrick. Name Suffix:<NSFX> Of More Parents: Jarl Of The Uplands Eystein Ivarsson GLUMRA and Aseda RAGNALDSDOTTIR.

Children were: Count Of Bayeux Ralph.

Spouse: Maude DE ST. POL SUR MER DE THEROUANNE. Of More Malahule EYSTEINSSON and Maude DE ST. POL SUR MER DE THEROUANNE were married. Children were: Richard DE SAINT SAUVEUR, Hugh DE CALVACAMP, Count Of Bayeux Ralph.

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Eystein "The Noisy" Glumra was born in 788 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway, son of Ivar "The Great" Halfdansson and (?) Eysteinsdatter.1

    Eystein was Jarl of the Uplands in Norway about the year 810 AD. During this period the Viking raids intensified in Ireland, England and France. Raids became more numerous and the Vikings were soon to improve their methods of pillaging. Instead of landing 3 or 4 boats, raiding nearby settlements and going back to Scandanavia, they decided to scale-up. They brought between 50 and 100 boats of Viking warriors, landed, and set up a camp. From this base they then raided extensively into the surrounding countryside for a period of several months. They pillaged monasteries, churches, the fortresses of Irish Lords, and farms. 
    Eystein married Ascrida Ragnvaldsdottir circa 819 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway. She was the daughter of Rangwald, Earl of Jutland.1,2 
    Eystein "The Noisy" Glumra died circa 872 in Norway.

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Note: Malahucius is said to be the ancestor of Ralph II de Toni . TheComplete Peerage V6.P448.j

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Malahulc / Haldrick Eysteinsson's Timeline

845
845
Nord-Trøndelag, Norway
890
890
Age 45
Tosny, Eure, Upper-Normandy, France
895
895
Age 50
Nord-Trøndelag, Norway
895
Age 50
Saint-Saveur, Normandie, France
912
912
Age 67
Norway
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Age 67
Norway
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