Enoguen de Vitré, héritière de Craon

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Enoguen de Vitré, dame de Châtillon-en-Vendelais

Also Known As: "Domite de Vitré", "Imoguen de Vitré", "Enneguen de Vitré"
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Birthplace: Vitré, Duché de Bourgogne, France
Death: between January 28, 1078 and October 1080 (13-24)
Nevers, Duché de Bourgogne, France
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Robert I, seigneur de Vitré and Berthe de Craon
Wife of Renaud de Craon
Mother of Guy de Craon, I; Maurice I de Craon, Seigneur de Craon and Robert de Craon, 2nd Templar Grand Master
Sister of Andre, seigneur de Vitré and Robert Jr. de Vitre

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About Enoguen de Vitré, héritière de Craon

https://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/brittnpr.htm#RobertVitreMBertheCraonA

FMG does not certify the name of Enoguen's mother. Robert: "m firstly --- de Craon, daughter of GUERIN de Craon & his wife ---. They had one child:..."

"1. ENOGUEN [Domita] de Vitré (-after 28 Jan 1078). "Rainaldus filius Roberti Burgundionis et uxor mea Eunoguena filia Roberti de Vitreio, nata de ipsius legali coniuge filia…Warini, naturalis hæredis et domini Credonensis honoris" confirmed the possession of "ecclesia Sancti Clementis…apud Credonum" to La Trinité de Vendôme by charter dated 3 Mar 1070[853]. Heiress of Craon. "Raynaldus castri Credonensis dominus et…uxor mea…Ennoguena cognomina Domitilla" donated was shields to La Trinité de Vendôme by charter dated 26 Jan 1078[854]. "Raginaldus cognomina Burgundus de Credone castro et uxor mea…Domita et filius meus Mauricius" donated property to Saint-Aubin d'Angers in honour of "patris mei Rotberti" by charter dated Oct 1080[855]. m RENAUD de Nevers, son of ROBERT "le Bourguignon" de Nevers & his first wife Avoie [Blanche] du Maine (-Dec 1101)."

Robert: "m secondly BERTHE, daughter of --- (-after 1093).
"Robert I de Vitré fils d´Enoguen, époux de Berthe, père d´André et de Robert" donated property to Marmoutier by charter dated to [1064/76][849]. Broussillon argues convincingly that Berthe, mother of Robert´s two sons André and Robert, could not have been --- de Craon, otherwise Craon would not have been inherited by Robert´s daughter, which inheritance was unchallenged by the Vitré family[850]. A charter dated to [1110] recalls the foundation of Sainte-Croix de Vitré by "Robertus de Vitriaco" with the consent of "Inoguende matre eius et Berta conjuge ipsius cum filiis suis Andrea et Roberto"[851]. "A. de Vitreio et B. mater eius" asked the abbot of Saint-Aubin d´Angers to celebrate a mass "XV Kal Sep" each year for the anniversary of "Roberti fratris mei", by charter dated to [1093/1106][852].

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Enoguen de Vitré, héritière de Craon's Timeline

1060
1060
Vitré, Duché de Bourgogne, France
1078
January 28, 1078
Age 18
Nevers, Duché de Bourgogne, France
1078
Freiston, Lincolnshire, England
1080
1080
Craon, Mayenne, Pays de la Loire, France
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