Robert d'Aubigny (Albini) Brito

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Robert d'Aubigny (Albini) Brito (de Totrneia)

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Birthplace: Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire, England
Death: Died
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Son of William "Brito" d'Aubigny, Lord of Belvoir and Cecily (Cicely) Bigod, Heiress of Belvoir
Father of William d' Albini
Brother of William II "Le Breton" d'Aubigny, of Belvoir; Roger d'Aubigny (Albini) Brito; Ralph (Raoul) d'Aubigny; Basilia d'Aubigny (Albini) Brito and Other Aubigny or Albini Brito

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About Robert d'Aubigny (Albini) Brito

Son of William Brito d'Aubigny and Cecily Bigod

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ROBERT de Albini Brito (-after 1166).  "Willielmus de Albeneio Brito…et Ceciliam uxorem meam et Willielmum filium meum" donated land to Thorney monastery, Cambridgeshire by undated charter, witnessed by "Rogero et Roberto filiis meis et Warino Ridel et Olivero et Iwan et Gaufrido nepotibus meis et Roberto Brito…”[1051].  Military fee certifications in the Red Book of the Exchequer, in 1166, record that "Robertus de Albenny frater suus" held 15 knights´ fees from "Willelmi de Albenny Britonis quam pater suus tenuit" in Leicestershire[1052]. 

Some trees have his named as de Totrneia--the origin or meaning of this is not clear.


"Willielmus de Albeneio Brito et Ceciliam uxorem meam et Willielmum filium meum" donated land to Thorney monastery, Cambridgeshire, by undated charter, witnessed by "Rogero et Roberto fililis meis et Warino Ridel et Olivero et Iwan et Gaufrido nepotibus meis et Roberto Brito..."

Military fee certifications in the Red Book of the Exchequer, in 1166, record that "Robertus de Albenny frater suus" held 15 knights fees from "Willelmi de Albenny ritonis quam pater suus tenuit" in Leicestershire.

    

Robert acquired an interest in Stoke in the manor of Hope during the reign of King John (1199-1216).

    

Robert D'Albini died in 1205.

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Robert d'Aubigny (Albini) Brito's Timeline

1130
1130
Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire, England
1165
1165
Age 35
Leicestershire, England
1205
1205
Age 75