Meen I, seigneur de Fougères

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Meen de Rennes, I

Also Known As: "Mein"
Death: circa 1020
Immediate Family:

Son of Judicaël Berenger de Rennes, comte de Rennes and Gerberge de Hunebourg
Husband of N.N.
Father of Auffroy Frangal Alfred de Fougères, Seigneur de Fougères
Brother of Conan I 'le Tort’ de Rennes, duc de Bretagne; Enoguen de Rennes and Martin I de Vitré, Seigneur de Vitré

Occupation: Sieur, de Fougères
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from Compiler: R. B. Stewart, Evans, GA

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  • This is a Pedigree for the Archbishops of Dol in Brittany France 'The earliest known person the lineage traces back to be a man named Hamo I, Viscount of Alet, France' who was born between 963-1023 AD.
  • This show that Caradoc de la Boussac parents are unknown and the family of his son Withenoc wife's family.
  • Reference:


  • The Origin of the Stewarts: Part 1
  • 121
  • The little group of Dol families who were about to settle in England.
  • 1 Among the witnesses to one of them are Baderon and his son the Domesday tenant.
  • But the one family we have specially to trace is that which held the office of "Dapifer" at Dol.
  • "Alan Dapifer" is found as a witness, in 1086, to a charter relating to Mezuoit2 (a cell of St. Florent, near Dol).
  • He also, as "Alanus Siniscallus," witnessed the foundation charters of that house (ante 1080) and himself gave it rights at Mezuoit with the consent of "Fledaldus frater ejus,
  • " the monks, in return, admitting his brother Rhiwallon to their fraternity
  • 3 He appears as a witness with the above "Badero" in No. 1152, and in 1086 as a surety with Ralf de Fougères (No. 1154).
  • Mentioned in other St. Florent documents,
  • 4 he is styled in one, "Dapifer de Dolo"5. And it is as "Alanus dapifer Dolensis" that he took part in the first crusade, 10976.
  • This style is explained in a charter of 1095, recording a gift to Marmoutier by Hamo son of Main, with consent of his lord "Rivallonius dominus Doli castri, filius Johannis archiepiscopi",
  • in which we read.
  • Reference