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Miles de Plancy

Also Known As: "Milon"
Birthplace: Champagne, France
Death: October 1174
Acre, Akko, North District, Israel (murdered)
Immediate Family:

Husband of Étiennette (Estéfénie) de Milly, lady of Oultrejordain

Managed by: Douglas John Nimmo
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About Miles de Plancy


2. MILON de Plancy (-murdered Acre Oct 1174, bur Jerusalem Holy Sepulchre). “Hugo dominus Planceii et Milo frater meus” donated “Raaldem de Longavilla et terra suam” to Molesmes by charter dated to [1160][316]. Seneschal of Jerusalem: William of Tyre records the death in 1173 (an error for 1174, assuming that the date of the charter quoted below is correct) of "Milo de Planci de Campania ultramontana de terra Henrici comitis Trecensis", specifying that he was "consanguineus" of Amaury King of Jerusalem who had appointed him Seneschal and Lord of "Syriæ-Sobal…de iure uxoris", and his burial "III Kal Nov" in the church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem[317]. [Lord of Montréal: there is doubt whether Milon de Plancy was Lord of Montréal, as indicated by the charter dated 26 Mar 1173 under which Amaury King of Jerusalem donated property to the Teutonic Knights, as this is subscribed by "…Milo, dominus Montis Regalis…Milo de Planci…"[318], suggesting that there were two different individuals named Milon at that date and that Milon de Plancy was not the Lord of Montréal.] "…Milo de Planceio…" subscribed a charter dated 24 Feb 1174 under which Amaury I King of Jerusalem donated property to the church of St Lazarus, Jerusalem[319]. "…Milo, dominus Montis Regalis…" subscribed a charter dated 18 Apr 1174 under which Amaury I King of Jerusalem donated property to the Knights Hospitallers[320]. "…Milo, Montis Regalis dominus…" subscribed a charter dated 3 Jul 1174 under which Amaury I King of Jerusalem granted property to "Philippo Ruffo"[321].

m (1173) as her second husband, STEPHANIE de Milly, widow of HONFROY [III] de Toron, daughter and heiress of PHILIPPE de Milly Lord of Hebron and Montréal & his wife Isabelle ---. The Lignages d'Outremer name "Helvys et Estefenie" as the two daughters of "mesire Phelippe de Naples", specifying that Stephanie was heiress of her father and was wife (firstly) of "Hamfrei le seignor dou Thoron…fiz…Hamfrei…conestable", and (secondly) of "prince Renaut, qui avoit esté prince d'Antioche de par sa feme l'autre"[322]. Heiress of Oultrejourdain. William of Tyre names her "Stephaniam Philippi Neapolitani filiam" when recording her (second) husband's death in 1173[323]. She married thirdly ([1175/Nov 1177]) as his second wife, Renaud de Châtillon, Lord of Hebron and Montréal. "Hainfredus, filius Hainfredi iuvenis" donated property to St Lazarus, Jerusalem, with the consent of "Rainaldi principis Montis Regalis et domini Ebronensis, Stephanie matris dicti Rainaldi uxoris", for the souls of "Philippi avi sui, Hainfredi connestabuli, Hainfredi patris sui", by charter dated 21 Apr 1183[324].

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October 1174
Acre, Akko, North District, Israel
Champagne, France