Rothais de Corbonais
|Birthplace:||Creil, Oise, Picardie, France|
|Death:||Died in Somme, Nord-Pas-de-Calais-Picardie, France|
Daughter of Hugues Ier du Maine and Bilichilde du Maine
|Managed by:||Bernard Raimond Assaf|
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1. SEINFRED (-Abbaye de la Couture after 12 Oct 997, bur Abbaye de la Couture). "Ivo" founded the chapel of l'Abbayette, with the consent of "…duorum avunculorum, Seinfredi episcopi et Guillelmi…" by charter dated 12 Oct 997. Bishop of Le Mans 971. m HILDEBURGE, daughter of ---. The Gesta Sigenfridi Episcopi records the marriage of Bishop Seinfred and "mulierem…Hildeburgam". Seinfred & his wife had --- children: a) AUBRY [Alberic] . Motey names Albéric as son of Bishop Seinfred and his wife, and states that his father gave him the villages of Sarcé and Coulongé, property of the abbey of Saint-Vincent du Mans, later restored to the abbey by his son and grandson. m HILDIARDE, daughter of ---. Aubry & his wife had one child: i) HERBERT de la Milesse (-after ). "Herbert de la Milesse chevalier, fils d'Alberic et d'Hildiarde" returned the church of Coulongé to the abbey of Saint-Vincent du Mans, and in  the churches of Sarcé and Maule. m ---. Herbert & his wife had one child: (a) AUBRY de la Milesse (-after 2 Mar 1091). "Aubry de la Milesse, fils d'Herbert" returned other properties to the abbey of Saint-Vincent du Mans by charter dated 2 mar 1091. b) other children (-young). Motey states that Bishop Seinfred and his wife had several children who died young.
2. GUILLAUME (-after 12 Oct 997). "Ivo" founded the chapel of l'Abbayette, with the consent of "…duorum avunculorum, Seinfredi episcopi et Guillelmi…" by charter dated 12 Oct 997.
3. [ROTHAIS . "Ivo" founded the chapel of l'Abbayette, with the consent of "…duorum avunculorum, Seinfredi episcopi et Guillelmi…" by charter dated 12 Oct 997. If “avunculorum” in this charter can be interpreted in its strict sense of maternal uncles, Rothais, mother of the donor Ives, was the sister of Seinfred Bishop of Le Mans.] m FULCOIN, son of ---.
4. [GODEHILDIS . "Ivo" founded Notre-Dame de Bellême, for the souls of himself "conjugisque mee Godehildis, sive filiis meis vel genitoribus meis", by undated charter, confirmed after his death by "Willelmus et Godehildis mater mea". The Actus pontificum Cenomannis records the installation of [her son] "Avesgaudus, nepos ipsius" as Bishop of Le Mans after the death of "Segenfrido" (in ). This suggests that Godehildis may have been the sister of Bishop Seinfrid. m [as his second wife,] IVES Seigneur de Bellême, son of ---.]