Milon VI, seigneur de Noyers

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Milon de Noyers

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Birthplace: France
Death: after February 1272
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Son of Milon V, seigneur de Noyers and Alix de Brienne, dame de Ramerupt
Husband of Alixante des Barres
Father of Marguerite de Noyers; Agnes de Bussey; Milon VII, seigneur de Noyers; Jean I de Noyers, seigeur de Maisy and Marie de Noyers
Brother of Elisabeth de Noyers and Agnès de Noyers

Occupation: Seigneur de Noyers
Managed by: Burton Feldman
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About Milon VI, seigneur de Noyers

-http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/burgdtonne.htm#MilonVIIINoyersdied1271

1. MILON [VIII] de Noyers (-after Feb 1272). Seigneur de Noyers. "Milo dominus Noyeriorum" founded the abbey of Marcilly, in the presence of "Maria uxor eius", by charter dated 1239[383]. A charter dated “la vegile de Pasques” [Mar/Apr] 1251 (O.S.?) records the settlement between “Guillaume de Borbon sires de Beçay” and “Miles sires de Noyers” of their dispute concerning debts which “mes sires de Noyers demandoit par lou bail Jahannet, lou fils mon seignor Odom des Barres...par chief de sa feme qui suer geormaigne fu au devant dit Odom”, while “mes sires Guillaume de Borbon” had married “la mère dou dist Jahannet, dont il ha dousa nfanz”[384]. A charter dated Jul 1260 records an agreement between “Milon seigneur de Noiers” and “Jahannat des Barres” regarding the same matter[385]. “Mille seigneur de Noyers et Alixant sa femme” founded masses at Noyers Notre-Dame, with the consent of “Mille et Jehan de Noyers ses fils”, by charter dated Jun 1263[386]. “Miles chevaliers sires de Noiers et…Elissenz fame a celui Mile dame de Noiers”, in light of the negotiations for the marriage of “nostre…fil l’ainz né Mile de Noiers chevaliers” and “Marie de Créci nièce à…Jehan de Chasteillon conte de Blois et seigneur d’Avenes et à…Erart évesque d’Aucuerre”, emancipated “nos deux fiz…Mile desuz diz et Jehan le moins né” and divided their territories between them, by charter dated Feb 1271 (O.S.)[387].

m firstly (before 1238) ALIXENDE des Barres, daughter of PIERRE des Barres & his wife Elisabeth --- (-[1250]). Her parentage and marriage are indicated by the charter dated 1238 under which [her mother] “Elisabeth dame d’Antigny et de Meursault” donated revenue from property at Meursault to the abbey of la Bussière, with the consent of “Philippe d’Antigny son mari...[et] par ses enfants Gui et Alyxant dame de Noyers et par sa fille Flore qu’elle a eu dudit Philippe”[388]. The charter dated [Mar/Apr] 1251 quoted below refers to her in the past tense, indicating that she was deceased at the time. As her husband emancipated his sons in 1272 (see below), it is unlikely that they were older than 18/20 years at the time, which suggests that they could not have been born from --- des Barres whose death can probably be estimated to [1250]. A charter dated “la vegile de Pasques” [Mar/Apr] 1251 (O.S.?) records the settlement between “Guillaume de Borbon sires de Beçay” and “Miles sires de Noyers” of their dispute concerning debts which “mes sires de Noyers demandoit par lou bail Jahannet, lou fils mon seignor Odom des Barres...par chief de sa feme qui suer geormaigne fu au devant dit Odom”, while “mes sires Guillaume de Borbon” had married “la mère dou dist Jahannet, dont il ha dousa nfanz”[389].

m secondly ALIXENDE, daughter of --- (-after Feb 1272). “Miles chevaliers sires de Noiers et…Elissenz fame a celui Mile dame de Noiers”, in light of the negotiations for the marriage of “nostre…fil l’ainz né Mile de Noiers chevaliers” and “Marie de Créci nièce à…Jehan de Chasteillon conte de Blois et seigneur d’Avenes et à…Erart évesque d’Aucuerre”, emancipated “nos deux fiz…Mile desuz diz et Jehan le moins né” and divided their territories between them, by charter dated Feb 1271 (O.S.)[390]. The primary source which confirms her family origin has not been identified. Petit calls her “Alixant d’Etampes” without citing the source on which he bases this information[391]. Milon [VIII] & his [first/second] wife had one child: