Ilbert de Bois-l'Evêque, Seigneur de Bois-l'Évêque, le Mareschal

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Ilbert de Bois-l'Evêque, Seigneur de Bois-l'Évêque, le Mareschal

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Bois-l'Évêque, Seine-Maritime, Upper Normandy, France
Death: Died in Lorraine, France
Cause of death: If this date and place are correct (not corroborated so far), then he may have been killed with Odo II de Blois' forces at the Battle of Bar-le-Duc on this date. Why he would have been fighting among the French is not clear.
Place of Burial: Austria-Hungary
Immediate Family:

Husband of Miss de Venoix, Heiress de Venoix
Father of Milo de Venoix, le Mareschal; Emma de Bois-l'Évêque and Ingelran fitz Ilbert de Bois-l'Évêque

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About Ilbert de Bois-l'Evêque, Seigneur de Bois-l'Évêque, le Mareschal

Gilbert De Bois Le Evegue Knight

Birth: About 1000 in <, Blois, Loir-Et-Cher, France> 1

Death:

Sex: M

Father:

Mother:

   

Unknown: 1

Unknown: 14 Oct 1066 , Hastings, Sussex, England 2 1

LDS Baptism: Done

LDS Endowment: Done

Changed: 2 Jan 2003 00:00

  Spouses & Children    
  
  

 Gilbert De Bois Le Evegue (Wife) b. About 1004 in (, Blois, Loir-Et-Cher, France)  

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Marriage: Bef 1027 in (, Blois, Loir-Et-Cher, France) 6 Nov 2004 14:29

Children:

Emma De Bois Le Evegue b. About 1028 in (, , , France)




http://www.castlewales.com/jf_gilbt.html:

John fitz Gilbert was the father of William Marshal Earl of Pembroke. John was the son of Gilbert, the marshal of the royal household of King Henry I. The office of the marshal was part of the Curia, with a deputy in the Exchequer and one in the King's Bench, as well as one in the Court of the Marshalsea of the King's household. The office was subordinate to the office of constable of the royal household.. The office was responsible for everything connected to the horses of the royal household, the hawks and the hounds as well. He had the general duty of keeping order in the royal court/household, arranging for the billeting of members of the court, keeping tallies and other vouchers of the expenditures of the household, keeping rolls of all who performed their military service there, and being responsible for the imprisonment of debtors. The "Constitutio Domus Regis" gives the duties of the master marshal for King Henry I.

Both John and his father are found in the king’s court before 1130 where they maintained [probably by trial by battle] their office of master of the king’s marshalsea against William de Hastings and Robert de Venoiz. On the pipe roll of 1130 John is found paying twenty-two pounds for seisin to his father’s lands and ministerium and forty marks for the office of marshal of the court. In this same year John married the daughter and heiress of Walter Pipard, a minor Wiltshire landholder. John was a loyal and trusted royal official and attested to at least twelve royal acts of Henry I between 1129-1135, most of them in England but some in Normandy.

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Foundation for Medieval Lands does not document parentage or marriage for Gilbert The Marshal. d. abt 1130. Two children - John and William. (janet palo-jackson)

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http://www.castlewales.com/jf_gilbt.html:

John fitz Gilbert was the father of William Marshal Earl of Pembroke. John was the son of Gilbert, the marshal of the royal household of King Henry I. The office of the marshal was part of the Curia, with a deputy in the Exchequer and one in the King's Bench, as well as one in the Court of the Marshalsea of the King's household. The office was subordinate to the office of constable of the royal household.. The office was responsible for everything connected to the horses of the royal household, the hawks and the hounds as well. He had the general duty of keeping order in the royal court/household, arranging for the billeting of members of the court, keeping tallies and other vouchers of the expenditures of the household, keeping rolls of all who performed their military service there, and being responsible for the imprisonment of debtors. The "Constitutio Domus Regis" gives the duties of the master marshal for King Henry I.

Both John and his father are found in the king’s court before 1130 where they maintained [probably by trial by battle] their office of master of the king’s marshalsea against William de Hastings and Robert de Venoiz. On the pipe roll of 1130 John is found paying twenty-two pounds for seisin to his father’s lands and ministerium and forty marks for the office of marshal of the court. In this same year John married the daughter and heiress of Walter Pipard, a minor Wiltshire landholder. John was a loyal and trusted royal official and attested to at least twelve royal acts of Henry I between 1129-1135, most of them in England but some in Normandy.


Foundation for Medieval Lands does not document parentage or marriage for Gilbert The Marshal. d. abt 1130. Two children - John and William. (janet palo-jackson)


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Ilbert de Bois-l'Evêque, Seigneur de Bois-l'Évêque, le Mareschal's Timeline

978
978
Bois-l'Évêque, Seine-Maritime, Upper Normandy, France
1020
1020
Age 42
Caen, Calvados, Normandie, France
1022
July 11, 1022
Age 44
Bois-l'Évêque, Seine-Maritime, Upper Normandy, France
1037
November 15, 1037
Age 59
Lorraine, France
1130
1130
Age 59
Austria-Hungary
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an offical at the court of Henry I, Marechal "head groom"
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Marshal of the Royal Household