Burggraaf Gerard Dirk Zeger de Dyvel ridder Tolyns van Gent

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Burggraaf Gerard Dirk Zeger de Dyvel ridder Tolyns van Gent

Birthdate:
Death: 1264 (63-64)
Immediate Family:

Son of Dirk Zeger Steppo Tollinck van Gent Aalst Waas Axel Drongen and Elisabeth Jan Rudolf van Brugge
Husband of Margaretha van Merode and Elizabeth Tolyns
Father of Oda Gerard Dirk van Gent Tolyns
Brother of Wouter Dirk Zeger Tollinck van Gent Aalst Waas Axel Drongen

Occupation: Burggraaf van Gent
Managed by: Terry Jackson (Switzer)
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About Burggraaf Gerard Dirk Zeger de Dyvel ridder Tolyns van Gent

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(-after Feb 1264). "Gerardus de Gandavo miles, avunculus castellani Gandensis, et Elizabeth uxor mea" donated property to Biloka abbey by charter dated Sep 1254, and "Hugo castellanus Gandensis et dominus de Hosdain" confirmed the donation made by "avunculus noster dominus Gerardus de Gandavo miles, uxor sua domina Elizabet" by charter dated Jan 1254 (O.S.)[478]. Marguerite Ctss of Flanders confirmed the donation to the churches of Tournai, Gent and Flines made by "Gerardus de Gand miles et Elisabeth eius uxor" by charter dated Aug 1261[479]. "Gerardus dictus Diabolus de Gandavo miles et Elisabeth eius uxor" confirmed the previous donations by charter dated Feb 1264[480]. m ELISABETH, daughter of --- (-after Feb 1264). "Gerardus de Gandavo miles, avunculus castellani Gandensis, et Elizabeth uxor mea" donated property to Biloka abbey by charter dated Sep 1254, and "Hugo castellanus Gandensis et dominus de Hosdain" confirmed the donation made by "avunculus noster dominus Gerardus de Gandavo miles, uxor sua domina Elizabet" by charter dated Jan 1254 (O.S.)[481]. Marguerite Ctss of Flanders confirmed the donation to the churches of Tournai, Gent and Flines made by "Gerardus de Gand miles et Elisabeth eius uxor" by charter dated Aug 1261[482]. "Gerardus dictus Diabolus de Gandavo miles et Elisabeth eius uxor" confirmed the previous donations by charter dated Feb 1264[483].



            
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