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Zeger III van Gent (van Viggezele), heer van Bornem

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Birthplace: Belgium
Death: 1227 (57-66)
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Son of Siger II van Viggezele, burggraaf van Gent and Petronnella van Kortrijk
Husband of Beatrice de Houdain and Béatrix de Lens
Father of Gertrude de Gand; Rogier van Gent, heer van Claerhout; Hugo I, burggraaf van Gent and Siger van Gent
Brother of Dirk Zeger Steppo Tollinck van Gent Aalst Waas Axel Drongen; Beatrix van Gent; Arnold van Gent; Gilles van Gent; Bernhard van Gent and 4 others

Occupation: Templier, Châtelain, de Gand, Sieur, de Houdain, de Bornhem, Burggraaf van Gent
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About Siger III, burggraaf van Gent

SIGER [III] van Gent

From Medlands:

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/FLEMISH%20NOBILITY.htm#SigerIIIGent...

son of SIGER [II] Châtelain de Gand & his wife Petronille de Courtrai (-1227 or after). “Sigerus castellanus Gandensis et uxor mea Petronilla” donated property to Afflighem abbey, with the consent of "Sigero filio nostro et reliquis filiis nostris", by charter dated 1198[466]. Châtelain de Gand. 1190/1227.

m BEATRIX de Houdain, daughter of HUGUES de Houdain & his wife ---. The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.

Siger [III] & his wife had children:

1. HUGO [II] (-[Sep/26 Nov] 1232). Châtelain de Gand. “Hugo Gandensis castellanus uxorque mea Oda filiusque meis Hugo primogenitus” granted privileges to the church of Sainte-Marie de Baserode by charter dated 1228[467]. "Hugo castellanus Gandensis" confirmed the donation to the abbey of Byloka made by "Giselbertus de Sottenghem miles" with the consent of "Mathildis uxoris suæ" by charter dated May 1230[468]. "Hugo castellanus Gandensis dominus de Hosdain" confirmed the donation to the abbey of Gent St Marie made by "Bernardus de Vennebrechies" by charter dated 1232[469]. m EUDETTE [Oda] de Champlitte, daughter of EUDES de Champlitte Vicomte de Dijon & his first wife [Agnes] de Mont-Saint-Jean (-after 1228). The contract of divorce between "Erardus dominus Chascegnay" and "Emeline uxoris mee", with the consent of "Elisabeth domine Castri Villani et Simonis filii sui", is dated Sep 1224, names "Oda dicta Emeline primogenita" and provides for the dowry of "M. filiam meam" on her marriage to "comiti Gigeti"[470]. The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified. Dame de Champlitte until 1228. “Hugo Gandensis castellanus uxorque mea Oda filiusque meis Hugo primogenitus” granted privileges to the church of Sainte-Marie de Baserode by charter dated 1228[471]. Hugo & his wife had two children:

a) HUGO [III] (-[Dec 1264/Apr 1265]). “Hugo Gandensis castellanus uxorque mea Oda filiusque meis Hugo primogenitus” granted privileges to the church of Sainte-Marie de Baserode by charter dated 1228[472]. Châtelain de Gand.

- see below.

b) VILAIN (-before 1262). “Hugo castellanus Gandensis et dominus Hosdino” confirmed the donation of property held from "domino Villano milite fratre nostro" to Baudeloo abbey, granting powers to "dominæ Avezoetæ relictæ prædicti domini Villani et Alexandro primogenito eius", by charter dated 1262[473]. m AVEZOTA, daughter of --- (-[1262/Aug 1279]). “Hugo castellanus Gandensis et dominus Hosdino” confirmed the donation of property held from "domino Villano milite fratre nostro" to Baudeloo abbey, granting powers to "dominæ Avezoetæ relictæ prædicti domini Villani et Alexandro primogenito eius", by charter dated 1262[474]. Villan & his wife had one child:

i) ALEXANDER (-after Aug 1279). “Hugo castellanus Gandensis et dominus Hosdino” confirmed the donation of property held from "domino Villano milite fratre nostro" to Baudeloo abbey, granting powers to "dominæ Avezoetæ relictæ prædicti domini Villani et Alexandro primogenito eius", by charter dated 1262[475]. “Alexander dictus Villain miles et dominus de Steene et uxor mea” confirmed the donation of property to Baudeloo abbey made by "bonæ memoriæ dominam Avezoetam matrem meam" by charter dated Aug 1279[476].

- SEIGNEURS VILAIN de GAND, COMTES d´ISENGHIEN[477].

2. GERARD (-after Feb 1264). "Gerardus de Gandavo miles, avunculus castellani Gandensis, et Elizabeth uxor mea" donated property to Biloka abbey by charter dated Sep 1254, and "Hugo castellanus Gandensis et dominus de Hosdain" confirmed the donation made by "avunculus noster dominus Gerardus de Gandavo miles, uxor sua domina Elizabet" by charter dated Jan 1254 (O.S.)[478]. Marguerite Ctss of Flanders confirmed the donation to the churches of Tournai, Gent and Flines made by "Gerardus de Gand miles et Elisabeth eius uxor" by charter dated Aug 1261[479]. "Gerardus dictus Diabolus de Gandavo miles et Elisabeth eius uxor" confirmed the previous donations by charter dated Feb 1264[480]. m ELISABETH, daughter of --- (-after Feb 1264). "Gerardus de Gandavo miles, avunculus castellani Gandensis, et Elizabeth uxor mea" donated property to Biloka abbey by charter dated Sep 1254, and "Hugo castellanus Gandensis et dominus de Hosdain" confirmed the donation made by "avunculus noster dominus Gerardus de Gandavo miles, uxor sua domina Elizabet" by charter dated Jan 1254 (O.S.)[481]. Marguerite Ctss of Flanders confirmed the donation to the churches of Tournai, Gent and Flines made by "Gerardus de Gand miles et Elisabeth eius uxor" by charter dated Aug 1261[482]. "Gerardus dictus Diabolus de Gandavo miles et Elisabeth eius uxor" confirmed the previous donations by charter dated Feb 1264[483].