Flaald fitz Flaald, Seneschal de Dol en Bretagne
|Also Known As:||"10135", "Flaad fitzAlan", "Fledaldus "Flaad", "Baron of St. Lorent" de Dol", "Fledaldus"|
|Birthplace:||Dol-de-Bretagne, Bretagne, France|
|Death:||Died in Monmouth, Wales|
|Place of Burial:||Bretagne, France|
Son of Alain "Dapifer" fitz Flaald, Seneschal of Dol and N.N.
|Occupation:||Seneschal de Dol en Bretagne, B. St. Floren|
|Managed by:||James Fred Patin, Jr.|
About Flaald, Seneschal de Dol en Bretagne
Flaald fitz Flaald, Seneschal de Dol en Bretagne
d. between 1080 and 1106
Flaald fitz Flaald, Seneschal de Dol en Bretagne was the son of Allan, Seneschal de Dol.1 He died between 1080 and 1106.
Flaald fitz Flaald, Seneschal de Dol en Bretagne gained the title of Seneschal de Dol en Bretagne.
Child of Flaald fitz Flaald, Seneschal de Dol en Bretagne
* Alan fitz Flaald+ d. b 1114
* Birth: 1048, Dol-de-Bretagne, Ille-et-Vilaine, France
* Partnership with: (Unknown)
o Child: Alan Dapifer FITZFLAALD Birth: 1078, Dol, Normandy, France
Descendants of Flaald DAPIFER
1 Flaald DAPIFER
2 Alan Dapifer FITZFLAALD
=Aveline DE HESDING
3 Walter FITZALAN
=Eschina DE LUNDIS
3 William FITZALAN
=Isabel DE SAYE
3 Jordan FITZALAN
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Son Of Alan Seneschal (Dapifer) of Dol and Margaret of Scotland
Father Of Alan FitzFlaald Dol
Brother Of Fledaldus "Flaald" FitzAlan Dapifer of Senescal of Dol
Birth Date 1046
Death Date 1084
Birth Location Dol De Bretagne, Ille Et Vilaine, France
Death Location Dol, Brittany, France
Flaad or Fleance, after his father's death, sought protection of Griffith ap Llewllyn, Prince of North Wales, and abused his confidence by winning the affections of his daughter, the Princess Gwenta, who, after a private marriage, though history fails to record one, gave birth to a son, whom all legends agree in naming Alan, but she and her lover were put to death by her irate father.
Flaald or Fleald; living 1080; active on the Welsh border c1101. [Burke'sPeerage] .....................................
The traditional account of the descent of the family of Stewart from Banquo, Thane of Lochaber, and through him from the ancient kings of Scotland, is now generally discredited. The research of recent years makes it more certain that the Stewarts or Stuarts are of Breton origin, descended from a family which held the office of Senescal or Steward of Dol, under the Counts of Dol and Dinan, in Brittany (to whom it is supposed they were related) in the eleventh century. In the Chartulary of the Abbey of St. Florent we find in 1080 and again in 1086 ' Alauus Senescallus ' or ' Alanus Dapifer Dolensis,' witnessing grants of laud to the Abbey, of which he was himself a benefactor, as is proved by a deed (ante 1080), to which his brother Fledaldus consents, granting to the Abbey a site for a church. From another deed it appears he had a third brother Rivallon, who entered into religion as a monk at Mezuoit. Alan the Senescal engaged in the crusade of 1097, and died apparently without issue. The lands and office of Senescal of Dol reverted to Fledaldus or Flaald, who had a son:? [
Flaad had come to the favorable notice of King Henry I of England.
Fleald (Flaald) FitzAlan Dapifer of DOL Sex: M Birth: ABT 1046 in Dol, St Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine, Bretagne, France 2 Death: AFT 1101
Flaald or Fleald; living 1080; active on the Welsh border c1101. [Burke's Peerage]
FLAALD Dapifer, the second son of ALAN "Dapifer", occurs as "Float filius Alani dapiferi" at the dedication of Monmouth Priory 1101. He is also mentioned as brother of Alan, the other "Dapifer." He left a son ALAN , Sheriff of Shropshire.
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He died between 1080 and 1106. Flaald fitz Flaald, Seneschal de Dol en Bretagne gained the title of Seneschal de Dol en Bretagne.
2nd son of Alan
Military service 1101 Active on the Welsh border Misc In the time of William the Conqueror, Alan, the son orFlaald, obtained by the gift of that King, the castle of Oswaldestre,with the territory adjoining. Misc Flaad was hereditary Steward of Dol. He consented before 1080 to a grantof land by his elder brother Alan to the Abbey of St. Florent. Misc 1069 Probably came to Scotland with the Saxon Princess Margaret, who married King Malcolm III in 1069
Flaad Fitzalan arrived in Britain in the army of William the Conqueror.
In the French administrative system of the Middle Ages, the sénéchal was also a royal officer in charge of justice and control of the administration in southern provinces, equivalent to the northern French bailli. It is equivalent to the Slavonic title stolnik or the English steward.
According to members of the Adams Family in England, his haplogroup is DF100/CTS4528
- Fledaldus (or Flaald) Baron of St. Florent Senescal Of Dol
born about 1046 Dol-de-Bretagne, Ille-et-Vilaine, France
- Alan Dapifer of Dol
born about 1020 Dol-de-Bretagne, Ille-et-Vilaine, France
- Tittensor wife of Alan of Dol
(end of information)
- Alan Fitzalan Seneschal of Dol born about 1050 <France> died 1097 Jerusalem
Rhiwallon FitzAlan Abbot of St. Florent Robert of Dol
- Alan Fitzflaad of Oswestry
born about 1078 Dol, Normandy, France christened Shropshire, England died 1114
biographical and/or anecdotal: descended from the old Armonican counts of Dol and Dinan
notes or source: Homer Beers James & ancestry.com
Flaald, Seneschal de Dol en Bretagne's Timeline
Dol-de-Bretagne, Bretagne, France
Silkstone, Yorkshire, , England
Dol, St Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine, Bretagne, France
Dol, Normandy, France
December 1, 1936
January 26, 1937
France - aka Flathauld and Fledald (flaald)