Godefroi I de Ribemont, châtelain de Valenciennes

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Godefroi de Ribemont

Immediate Family:

Son of Anselme II de Ribemont, comte d'Ostrevant and Berthe de Valenciennes
Husband of Agnès de Roucy
Father of Goidefroi II de Ribemont, seigneur de Bouchain and Marie d'Ostrevant
Brother of Isacc de Ribemont, [Châtelain] de Valenciennes; Hugues II d'Ostrevant, châtelain de Valenciennes and Agnès de Ribemont

Occupation: Châtelain, de Valenciennes, Sieur, de Ribemont
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About Godefroi I de Ribemont, châtelain de Valenciennes


ii) GODEFROI [I] (-after 1107). An undated charter dated records the settlement of disputes between Saint-Amand and “Anselmum [...de Bouchain]...Berta uxor Anselmi et Godefridi filius eius [...frater eius], et Rainerus” settled disputes and their donations[641]. “Ansellus Valencen, castellan. Ribedimontis et Oestrevandie dominus” founded Anchin abbey by charter dated 1096, in the presence of “Godefridus de Ribodimonte filius meus...”[642]. "Godefridus filius Anselli de Ribodimonte et Rainerus dapifer illius" donated property to "Aquicinensis cœnobii" by charter dated 1103, witnessed by "Hugo castellanus Valentianensis…"[643]. Châtelain de Valenciennes. “Godefridus filius Anselli de Ribodimonte et Rainerus dapifer ipsius” confirmed donations, for the soul of “memorati Anselli...Aquicinensis cœnobii fundator”, by charter dated 1103, witnessed by “Hugo castellanus Valentianensis...”[644]. Godefroi de Ribemont, son of Anselme, confirmed his father's last wishes by two charters dated 1104[645]. “Gerardus [error for Godefridus] Anselmi filius de Ribodimonte” confirmed donations to Ribemont Saint-Nicolas made by “pater meus Anselmus” by charter dated 1104, subscribed by “Godefridi comitis...”[646]. "Godefridi, Hugonis, castellanorum de Valentianis…" signed the charter dated 1107 under which "Emmissa quæ cognominor comitissa, Isaac et Maltheldis filia, Fastrei de Fossato conjunx" granted revenue rights to the church of Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Valenciennes[647].

m as her first husband, AGNES de Roucy, daughter of EBLES [II] Comte de Roucy & his wife Sibylle of Apulia. The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis names "Wiscardus et Thomas et Hugo congnomento Cholez et filie" as children of "Ebalo comite de Roceio", specifying that one daughter (unnamed, mentioned second) married "Godefridus de Ribodio" and, after his death, "domino de Basengi" by whom she had "Wiscardum eiusdem loci dominum"[648]. The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines refers to another sister of "Wichardum de Rocheio et comitem Hugonem Cholet" as wife first of “mariti sui de Ribodimonte” and secondly of “domno de Claromonte in Basigneio”[649]. She married secondly (before 1119) Simon [II] Comte de Clefmont [en Bassigny]. Godefroi [I] & his wife had one child: