Philippe Barbine (deceased)

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The House of Le Plessis – Richelieu 13./14th Century

Guillaume I., um 1200, Seigneur du Plessis, des Breux et de La Vervolière.

1.Pierre I., Seigneur du Plessis etc.

1. Guillaume II., Seigneur du Plessis etc.

1. Pierre II., † um 1331, Seigneur du Plessis etc.

1.Guillaume III., † 1373, Seigneur du Plessis etc; ∞ Charlotte, Tochter von Jean de La Celle.

1. Pierre III., Seigneur du Plessis, des Breux, de La Carrelière, de Forges et de Thou, † 1401; ∞ Ragonde Vigier.

2.Sauvage, † 1409, Seigneur de La Vervolière, de La Valinière et de Favardines ∞ 10. Juli 1388 Isabeau, Dame de Belarbe, † 1401, Tochter von Jean Le Groing, Seigneur de La Mothe-au-Groing

3.Jean

4.Jeanne ∞ Guillaume de Maignac, Seigneur du Solier

5.Catherine, Dame de Rives ∞ Huguet de Puygiraut

2.Pierre

3.Eustache ∞ Ithier de Torsac

4. Alips ∞ Philippe de La Châtre

2.Jean

1.Pierre I. ∞ Jeanne, Tochter von Goulu de Mausson

1.Jean ∞ Philippe Barbine

1. Pierre II.

2. Jean, † 1263, de iure uxoris 7. Earl of Warwick ∞ I Chrétienne, Tochter von Hugues Stanford; ∞ Margaret de Newburg, Countess of Warwick, Tochter von Henry de Beaumont, 5. Earl of Warwick (Haus Beaumont)

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haus_Le_Plessis-Richelieu

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Almost all traditional [French] given names are gender-specific. However, a few given names, such as Dominique (see above: completely gender-neutral), Claude (traditionally masculine) and Camille (traditionally masculine, now mostly feminine[1]), are given to both males and females; in medieval times, a woman was often named Philippe (Philippa), now an exclusively masculine name (Philip), or a male Anne (Ann), now almost exclusively feminine (except as second or third given name, mostly in Brittany). From the middle 19th-century into the early 20th-century, Marie was a popular first name for both men or women, however, before and after this period it has been almost exclusively given to women.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_name

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