NN dit “de Lespaice” de Landas

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NN dit “de Lespaice” de Landas

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Husband of ?(Aleyde) de Lalaing

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About NN dit “de Lespaice” de Landas

In 1269, Amaury de Lespaisce, their heir, held in fief from the lord of Lalaing a share of the "vinage" of this place (Preuves, n° XIV).

The genealogies of Lalaing attribute to her as a daughter "Aleyde," mentioned, they say, with her husband Gérard de Landas, lord of Eyne, "ber" or baron of Flanders, in the obituary of the church of Eyne, as well as in a charter of the abbey of Eename, of the year 1268; but this is an error: the knight Gérard de Landas sire of Eyne and as such "ber" of Flanders, and also sire of Esne or "Aisne" and as such peer of Cambrésis, married, in first marriage, Alix de Beauvois (Aelidis de Bello Visu), who died before 1260, and in second marriage, a lady called Marguerite, who wore a band or bandé. This is shown by several charters in the Departmental Archives, in the collection of the guillemites or guillemins of Walincourt (Cf. Demay, Sceaux de la Flandre, n°s 1179 and 1180).

(Curator note: what this says is that Aleyde did not marry Gerard de Landas, but she did marry a NN de Landas, dit DE LESPAISCE is a nickname for her husband and referred to a stronghold in the patronymony of Landas)