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Emma de Langetot

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Birthplace: Wiltshire, England
Death: Died in Combe, Wiltshire, England
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Daughter of Ralph de Langetot, II and Cecilia de Bar-sur-Seine
Wife of Alan de Dunstanville
Mother of Emma Englefield; Adeliza Alice Basset; Alan de Dunstanville, II; Walter de Dunstanville and Muriel de Dunstanville
Sister of Matilda De Langetot and Alice de Langetot

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Emma de Langetot

Emma de Langetot was, according to Medlands below, mother of Muriel wife of Alan de Dunstanville.

According to Medlands:

ALAN de Dunstanville (-before 10 Oct 1200). Henry II King of England confirmed property "Cutiford" to the priory of Furleigh, donated by "Walterus de Dunst. et Alanus frater eius" for the soul of "Roberti de Dunst avunculi sui", by charter dated to [1166/69][224]. According to Domesday Descendants[225], Alan was the son of Rainald de Dunstanville and his wife Adelise de l’Isle (see above), but the primary source which confirms that this is correct has not yet been identified. Military fee certifications in the Red Book of the Exchequer, in 1166, record that "Alanus de Dunstanville" held seven knights fees in Sussex under the Earl of Arundel[226]. The Red Book of the Exchequer refers to "Alanus de Dunstanville xjj" in Cornwall in [1186/87][227]. An order of King John dated 10 Oct 1200 relates to "heredem Alani de Dunstanvill qui est in custodia matris sue uxoris quondam predicti Alani", addressed to "Willelmo de Cantilupo"[228].

m MURIEL, daughter of --- & his wife Emma de Langetot ([1154/55]-after 10 Oct 1200). The Rotuli de Dominabus of 1185 records that “uxor Alani de Dunstanville…xxx annorum et uxor Alardi filii Willelmi…xxiv annorum” were the heirs of “Emme de Langetot…lx annorum…de genere illarum de Chedney et Joscelini Crispini” in Buckinghamshire[229]. An order of King John dated 10 Oct 1200 relates to "heredem Alani de Dunstanvill qui est in custodia matris sue uxoris quondam predicti Alani", addressed to "Willelmo de Cantilupo"[230]. Domesday Descendants says that the “principal heir [of Ralph [II] de Langetot] seems to have been Emma de Langetot, probably his daughter” adding that “she was the niece of Matilda sister of ‘Ranulf’ de Langetot - an error for Ralph - according to a Thetford charter of her daughter Muriel”[231]. The primary source which confirms her name has not been identified.

Alan & his wife had [two] children:

i) [ALAN de Dunstanville (-before [1225/28]). An order of King John dated 10 Oct 1200 relates to "heredem Alani de Dunstanvill qui est in custodia matris sue uxoris quondam predicti Alani", addressed to "Willelmo de Cantilupo"[232]. The primary source which confirms the existence of this Alan de Dunstanville has not yet been identified. It is suggested by the charter dated 1 Jul 1241 which is quoted below under his supposed wife and which indicates that his heirs were the descendants of his supposed sister. m as her first husband, ISABEL de Vautort, daughter of ROGER de Vautort of Harberton, Devon & his wife ---. She married secondly ([1225/28]) Thomas Corbet. A charter dated 1 Jul 1241 records a final settlement between "Gilbertum de Basevil" and "Alanum Bassat" relating to land in Bepton, Sussex and land in Cornwall "quam Isabella que fuit uxor predicti Alani de Dunstanvill tenet in dotem" which was inherited by Gilbert from "Alani de Dunstanvill avunculi predictorum Gilberti et Alani"[233]. The primary source which confirms her second marriage has not been identified.]

ii) CECILY de Dunstanville (-before 26 Feb 1208). King John confirmed "feud i militis…in Okléé" to "Willo Basset fil et heredi Johis Basset fil Osmundi Basset", and "pereatis de Cecylia de Dunestanvill quondam uxore sua villam de Menelidam" which "Alanus de Dunestanvill pater ipsius Cecilie dedit ei ad se maritandam", by charter dated 26 Feb 1208[234]. m WILLIAM Basset of Ipsden, son of JOHN Basset of Ipsden & his wife --- (-after 26 Feb 1208).

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Emma de Langetot's Timeline

1116
1116
Wiltshire, England
1130
1130
Age 14
Castle Combe, Wiltshire, England
1135
1135
Age 19
England
1137
1137
Age 21
Combe Castle, Wiltshire, England
1138
1138
Age 22
Castle Combe, Wiltshire, England
1157
May 7, 1157
Age 41
Combe, Wiltshire, England
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