Olivier II de Dinan, seigneur de Dinan-Nord

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Olivier ll de Dinan

French: Olivier II de Dinan-Montafilant, Comte de Dinan, Seigneur de Dinan-Nord, de Jugon, de Plancoët
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Dinan, Brittany, France
Death: 1150 (57-67)
Hartland, Bideford, Devon, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Geoffroi de Dinan, vicomte de Dinan and Radegonde de Châteaugiron, dame de Châteaugontier
Husband of Agnorie de Penthièvre
Father of Raoul de Dinan, de Coetquen, I; Geoffrey de Dinan, vicomte de Dinan Nord; Oliver lll de Dinham and Alan de Becherel
Brother of William Dinham; Rolland Dinham; Alain de Dinan, of Burton and Josce de Dinan

Occupation: Sieur, Vicomte, de Dinan-nord, de Château-Ganne, ... et de Corseul
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About Olivier II de Dinan, seigneur de Dinan-Nord

Alternative death date of 1159 deleted in order to resolve data conflict.

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Oliver De Dinan II, Viscount de Dinan

Basics

  • Father: Geoffrey de Dinan (died 1123)
  • Mother: Radegonde
  • Wife: Gunnor de Penthievre
    • Son: Geoffrey (died 1167)
    • Son: Gulliaume
    • Son: Alain
    • Son: Olivier

https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maison_de_Dinan

Olivier II de Dinan ( † 1150), seigneur de Dinan-Nord : il reçut en héritage la partie nord de la ville de Dinan (paroisse Saint-Malo), le château de Dinan, prend également des terres en milieu rural : Jugon, Corseul et Plancoët, marié en 1135 à Agnorée (ou Agnorie) (1105 † 1167), fille de Étienne Ier de Penthièvre (1093 † 1137), comte de Trégor et de Guingamp, seigneur de Goëlo, puis comte de Penthièvre, Comte de Richmond, dont :

  1. Alain ( † 1157),
  2. Geoffroy II, vicomte de Dinan-Nord,
  3. Olivier de Dinham ( † 1189), auteur de la branche de Dinham établie en Angleterre,
  4. Bertrand,
  5. Guillaume,
  6. Roland

K.S.B. Keats-Rohan 1991. Published Nottingham Mediaeval Studies 36 (1992), 42-78. The Bretons and Normans of England 1066-1154: the family, the fief and the feudal monarchy PDF

John I of Dol had married a sister of Ralph I of Fougères, and Ralph's son Henry had married Oliva of Penthièvre, sister of Geoffrey II Boterel and Alan of Richmond. Henry's son Ralph II of Fougères was one of those English landholders who, as Breton seigneurs, took no active part in the wars of Stephen's reign. In England the lands of men originally from Fougères lay mostly in the pro-Angevin Honour of Plympton, now the basis of the de Redvers earldom of Devon. Also married to a sister of Alan and Geoffrey was Oliver of Dinan, who held land in Devon. Like his brother Alan of Bécherel, he took no active part in English affairs at this time. A third brother, Josce de Dinan, whose interests were apparently mainly English, is found in Shropshire holding Ludlow for the Empress or, rather, against the de Lacy, to whom it had formerly belonged. He did, however, maintain the Empress's cause with the barons of Wallingford and like them was rewarded for his service by Henry II after 1154.100 Although Dinan shared a common ancestor with Dol, relations between the two were frequently strained.101 The relative positions taken by the three Dinan brothers illustrate the problems posed by the Lamballe-Penthièvre rivalry at this date, when the rivals were brothers. Alan and Geoffrey II Boterel had two other sisters whose marriages further illustrate the dilemma. Maud had married Walter de Gant and was mother of Gilbert de Gant, created earl of Lincoln by Stephen in 1149.102 Tiffania was the wife of the Angevin supporter William de Tancarville, son of Rabel de Tancarville, one of Henry I's new men. In other words, the rivalry of Alan and Geoffrey was reflected among their siblings; and real though that rivalry was, the marriages of these siblings gave each a foot in the other's camp in respect of both English and Breton affairs.

Source

Medlands: http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/BRITTANY.htm#_Toc275845138


http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/search/AF/individual_record.asp?rec...


According to Medlands http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/BRITTANY.htm#_Toc275845138

Oliver had a brother named Alan.


Marriage Information:

Oliver married Agnorie DE PENTHIÈVRE, daughter of Étienne (Stephen) DE BRETAGNE Comte de Penthièvre, Baron of Richmond and Hawise DE GUINGAMPS. (Agnorie DE PENTHIÈVRE was born about 1105 in Penthievre, Morbihan, Bretagne, France and died in 1167 in Hartland, Devon, England.)

   Marriage Information:

Oliver also married Gunnor DE BRETAGNE. (Gunnor DE BRETAGNE was born in 1100 in Bretagne (Brittany), France and died in 1164 in Hartland, Bideford, Devon, England.)

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Olivier II de Dinan, seigneur de Dinan-Nord's Timeline

1088
1088
Dinan, Brittany, France
1109
1109
1120
1120
Dinan, Cotes-d'Armor, Brittany, France
1121
1121
Hertland, Devonshire, England
1125
1125
Hartland, Devonshire, England
1150
1150
Age 62
Hartland, Bideford, Devon, England
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