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Guillaume de Vergy, Seigneur de Port-sur-Saône

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Hohrappoltstein,, Ribeauvillé, Haut-Rhin, Grand Est, France
Death: September 28, 1396 (41-50)
Nikopol, Pleven Province, Bulgaria (killed in battle)
Immediate Family:

Son of Jean III de Vergy, seigneur de Fouvent and Jeanne de Châlon
Husband of Isabella von Rappoltstein
Father of Guillemette de Vergy; Jean IV de Vergy, Lord of Fouvens; Marguerite de Vergy and Jeanne de Vergy
Brother of Antoine de Vergy, comte de Dammartin; Marie de Vergy and Jacques de Vergy, Seigneur de la Fauche
Half brother of Jean de Vergy, Seigneur de Richecourt

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About Guillaume de Vergy, Seigneur de Port-sur-Saône

from http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/burgdatuy.htm#GuillaumeVergydied1409 v4.2 Updated 04 November 2018

Jean & his first wife had four children:

GUILLAUME de Vergy (-killed in battle Nikopolis [28] Sep 1396). Seigneur de Port-sur-Saône. Seigneur de Montenot, de iure uxoris: “Jehan de Vergy sires de Fonuens” and “Brun sires de la Haute-Ribaupierre” agreed the division of properties between the three daughters of the latter, comprising the succession of “Jeanne de Blammont jadis dame de la Haute-Ribeaupierre leur mere et de...Marguerite de Blammont dame de Puteleinges leur tante”, under which “Ysabel de Ribaupierre femme de...Guillaume de Vergey fils dudit monseigneur de Fonuens” received “la forteresse et chastel de Montenot...”, by charter dated 17 Mar 1381 (O.S.?)[135]. “Jean de Vergy seigneur de Fouvent, Guillaume son fils, et Isabelle sa femme fille de Brun de Ribeaupierre” relinquished their claim to Faucogney in favour of the duke of Burgundy by charter dated 1394[136].

m (Betrothed 20 Mar 1378, before 17 Mar 1382) ISABELLE von Rappoltstein, daughter of BRUNO Herr von Rappoltstein [Haute-Ribeaupierre] & his first wife Jeanne de Blâmont. A charter dated 20 Mar 1377 (O.S.?) records an agreement between “Brun seigneur de la Hauteribaupierre, Jean de Vergy seigneur de Fonuanz et seneschaulx de Bourgongne, messire Jehan de Chastel chevaliers” and “Brocars fils feu...Brocart seigneur de Fenestranges et de Pouruacre...Alixend sa femme fille dudit messire Brun et damoiselles Juhannette et Ysabel filles d’iceluy messire Brun”, noting that Bruno had been excluded from government and guardians appointed for his daughters “ladite Jeannette ledit messire Jean de Chastel et à ladite Ysabel ledit messire Jean de Vergy”, for the marriage between “Guillaume de Vergey fils desdits messire Jean de Vergy et madame Jeanne de Chalon” and “damoiselle Ysabel fille desdits messire Brun et madame Jeanne [de Blammont] sa femme et seur germaine desdites Ellesen [Alixend] et Jeannete”[137]. Dame de Montenot: “Jehan de Vergy sires de Fonuens” and “Brun sires de la Haute-Ribaupierre” agreed the division of properties between the three daughters of the latter, comprising the succession of “Jeanne de Blammont jadis dame de la Haute-Ribeaupierre leur mere et de...Marguerite de Blammont dame de Puteleinges leur tante”, under which “Ysabel de Ribaupierre femme de...Guillaume de Vergey fils dudit monseigneur de Fonuens” received “la forteresse et chastel de Montenot...”, by charter dated 17 Mar 1381 (O.S.?)[138]. “Jean de Vergy seigneur de Fouvent, Guillaume son fils, et Isabelle sa femme fille de Brun de Ribeaupierre” relinquished their claim to Faucogney in favour of the duke of Burgundy by charter dated 1394[139]. A document dated 18 Aug 1408 records a claim made by “Ioannam de Altarapinepetra dominam de Migneariis relictam defuncti Folmerii de Guerolezek scutiferi et Ysabellim de Altarapinepetra dominam de Portu eius sororem relictam defuncti Guillelmi de Vergeio quondam militis, se gerentes heredes...defuncti Edouardi quondam domini...de Vangione-rivo” against “Reginam” reciting that “defunctus Stephanus de Cabilone miles...dominus...de Vangione rivo et...eius matrimonio”, had “Ioannam de Cabilone eius filiam” who married “defuncto Guillelmo de Domnapetra milite domino S. Desiderii et filio defuncti Iohannis de Domnapetra domini quondam S. Desiderii” and had “plures liberi...Iohannes...dominus...de Vangione-rivo et S. Desiderii...et Ysabellis...domina...de Vruilla et de Montenot”, that “dictus...Ioannes” married “Alipdi de Auffemonte filia...quondam Marescalli Franciæ...de Nigella” by whom he had “Ioannes de S. Desiderio...magnus Coquus Franciæ ac dominus...de Vangione-rivo et de S. Desiderio” who married “Maria de Barro” and had “dictum Eduardum” who died Aug 1401, that “defunctus quondam Guillelmus de Domnapetra miles ex sua uxore...de Asperomonte” had “duos liberos...Ioannem [incorrect, see 1317 charter] et Gaufredum”, the latter being father of “Henricum...dominus de Rupe” who was father of “Ioanna uxor...Ferrici [de Chardoigne]”[140].

Guillaume & his wife had four children:

(a) JEAN de Vergy (-19 Apr 1460, bur Theulay).
(b) GUILLEMETTE de Vergy .
(c) JEANNE de Vergy (-after 24 Jul 1439).
(d) MARGUERITE de Vergy .

[135] Duchesne (1625) Vergy, Preuves, p. 269.
[136] Inventaire sommaire - Doubs série B (1883), B. 350, p. 146.
[137] Duchesne (1625) Vergy, Preuves, p. 269.
[138] Duchesne (1625) Vergy, Preuves, p. 269.
[139] Inventaire sommaire - Doubs série B (1883), B. 350, p. 146.
[140] Duchesne (1625) Vergy, Preuves, p. 271.

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Guillaume de Vergy, Seigneur de Port-sur-Saône's Timeline

1350
1350
Ribeauvillé, Haut-Rhin, Grand Est, France
1376
1376
La Chapelle-aux-Bois, Lorraine, France
1378
1378
1396
September 28, 1396
Age 46
Nikopol, Pleven Province, Bulgaria
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