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Jacques de Mandelée

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Death: after July 07, 1244
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Son of Guillaume de Mandelée and Agnes de Courtenay
Husband of ... de Mandelée, de Puille and Alice de Caesaria
Father of Guillaume de Mandelée, lord of Scandelion

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About Jacques de Mandelée

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a) JACQUES de Mandelée ([1200/10]-after 7 Jul 1244). The Lignages d'Outremer name "Annés" daughter "dou conte Jocelin" as mother of "Jaques de la Mandelee", although another manuscript states that she was wife of "Jaque de la Mandelee" and died without heirs[1333]. In another passage, the Lignages record that "Jaque de la Mandelee" was son of "Guillaume le seignor de la Mandlee et d'Agnes qui estoit fille dou conte Jocelin de Rohais et de la petite fille de Henri le Bufle"[1334]. Emperor Friedrich II confirmed rights of the Teutonic Knights in property donated by "Jacobum de Amygdala, filium quondam G. junioris filiæ Joscelini" by charter dated Jul 1226[1335]. "Henricus de Honloch, magister domus Theutonicorum et Jacobus de Amigdalia, filius Agnetis, filiæ comitis quondam Jocelini" settled a disagreement by charter dated 7 Jul 1244[1336].

m firstly --- de Puille, daughter of ---. The Lignages d'Outremer refers to the mother of "Guillaume…[de la Mandelee]" as "de Puille"[1337], although it is not clear whether this refers to a name or simply that she was from "Apulia".

m secondly ([after 20 Apr 1239]) ALIX of Caesarea, daughter of GAUTHIER of Beirut Lord of Caesarea, Constable of Cyprus & his wife Marguerite Ibelin. The dispensation issued by Pope Gregory IX for the marriage of "Jacques de Amendolia" and "Alix soror Johannis de Cesarea" is dated to [1221/39][1338]. A charter dated 20 Apr 1239 refers to papal dispensations, for 3o consanguinity, for the marriages between "Sipham, gnatam quondam connestablii regni Cyprii" and "Balianno de Ybellino", and "(Aalidem) sororem Johannis de Cæsaria" and "Jacobo de Amendolio"[1339]. The Lignages d'Outremer name "Aalis" as other sister of "Johan" son of "Gautier…seignor de Cesaire et conestable de Chypre", specifying that she married "Jaque de la Mandelee" by whom she was mother of "Ysabiau qui est feme de Thibaut de Bessan"[1340]. Another passage in the Lignages refers to the mother of "Ysabiau…[de la Mandelee]" as "fille dou seignor de Cesaire…Aalis"[1341].

Jacques & his first wife had one child: