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Rohaise of Boulogne

Also Known As: "Rohese de Boulogne de Lucy (de Clare)", "Rohesia de Normandie"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Carshalton, Surrey, England
Death: Died in Surrey, England
Place of Burial: London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Guillaume of Carshalton de Boulogne; William De Boulogne and N.N. N.N.
Wife of Richard de Lucy "The Loyal" , Justiciar of England; William de Mounteney and Michael Capra
Mother of Rohais 'Rose' Lucy; Dionisia de Lucy; Godfrey de Lucy, Bishop of Winchester; Aveline de Montfichet; Herbert de Lucy and 8 others
Sister of Eustace de Boulogne; Simon de Boulogne; Guillaume de Boulogne, seigneur de Tingry; Faramus de Bolonia de Tingry and Famarus De Boulogne
Half sister of Sybilla de Boulogne de Fiennes

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About Rohaise of Boulogne

Rohaise was born 1092 in Dunmow Essex England. She married Richard de Lucy on 1109 in Thorney Green Suffolk England, son of Adrian de Lucy and Aveline Goth.

Marriage: 1109, Thorney Green Suffolk England.

Children of Rohaise and Richard de Lucy:

  1. Aveline de Lucy, b. 1110.
  2. Maud de Lucy, b. 1112.
  3. +Geoffrey de Lucy, b. Abt. 1120, Luce, Normandy, France.
  4. Alice de Lucy, b. 1129, France.

Notes for ROESIA OR ROHAISE OR ROYSIA OF BOULOGNE:

from The Descendants of Adrian de Lucy Published by Norman Lucey, 2008

3. RICHARD2 DE LUCY (ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1089 in (originally from) Lucé, near Domfront, Normandy, France., and died 14 July 1179 in Lesnes Abbey, Erith, Kent, England - buried in the Chapter House of his Abbey. Although Lesnes Abbey no longer exists, his tomb could still be seen in 1630, and upon the belt of the figure of a knight the fleur-de-lis, the rebus or name device of the Lucys was sculptured in many places. He married ROESIA OR ROHAISE OR ROYSIA of BOULOGNE Abt. 1109, it is believed in Thorney Green, Suffolk, England. She was born Abt. 1092, it is believed, in Carshalton, Surrey, England and died before 1151 and was buried at either Faversham Abbey, Kent or Holy Trinity Priory, Aldgate, London. Faversham Abbey, the burial place of Richard de Lucy's wife, was built by Stephen and Matilda to found a royal mausoleum for the House of Blois. They hoped that the dynasty would rule over England for generations to come. In fact it began, and ended, with them.

Queen Maud, wife of King Stephen of England, was the heiress of the Boulogne family and therefore was closely related to Sir Richard Lucy's wife (providing the gift of Chipping Ongar).

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Rohaise of Boulogne's Timeline

1092
1092
Carshalton, Surrey, England
1114
1114
Age 22
1116
1116
Age 24
Of Luce Near, Maine, Normandy, France
1118
1118
Age 26
Luce, Normandy, France
1118
Age 26
1118
Age 26
Luce, Near Maine, Normandy, France
1121
1121
Age 29
Luce, Normandie, France
1122
1122
Age 30
Luce, Near Maine, Normandy, France
1123
1123
Age 31
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