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Steppo Willem Philip van Viggezele

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Birthplace: Gent, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Death: 1154 (40-48)
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Son of Willem, burggraaf van Ieper, Earl of Kent and Stéphanie de Bourgogne
Husband of Alicia van Gent
Father of Margaretha van Bornhem, vrouwe van Kortessem; Siger II van Viggezele, burggraaf van Gent; Boudewijn van Gent; Willem van Gent and Mathilde van Altena (van Bornem van Gent)
Half brother of Robert de Kent

Occupation: Châtelain, de Gand, Sieur, de Bornhem, Cavalheiro, Lorde (Senhor) de Bornhem, Voogd van Temse, Burggraaf van Gent
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About Steppo van Viggezele, heer van Bornem

STEPPO van Viggezele

From Medlands:

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

son of --- . Heer van Bornem. Philippe Count of Flanders and "Steppo de Viggensele" donated property "in Herzele in castellaria Curtracensi et terram Transblide in castellaria de Axla" to Gand Saint-Pierre, with the consent of "filiis suis Sigero et Balduino", by charter dated 1164[441]. "Steppo de Viggensele" set out the rights and obligations of the mayors of Tamise by charter dated 1166, signed by "Sigerus filius meus, Balduinus filius meus…"[442]. A charter dated 1172 records the confirmation by "Philippo comite Flandrie, Stepho de Viggensele" of donations "de hereditate sua in Hersele et de terra sua Transblide" to Gand Saint-Pierre with the consent of "duobus filiis suis Sigero et Balduino"[443]. m as her second husband, ALICE van Gent, widow of HUGO d'Encre, daughter of SIGER [I] Burggraaf van Gent & his wife --- (-before 1154). Steppo & his wife had three children:

a) SIGER [II] (-1202 or after). Philippe Count of Flanders and "Steppo de Viggensele" donated property "in Herzele in castellaria Curtracensi et terram Transblide in castellaria de Axla" to Gand Saint-Pierre, with the consent of "filiis suis Sigero et Balduino", by charter dated 1164[444]. "…Sigerus castellanus et Willelmus frater eius…" witnessed the charter dated 1164 under which "Theodericus…dominus et princeps Alostensis" donated "silvam meam…Hokerda…" to Afflighem abbey[445]. "Steppo de Viggensele" set out the rights and obligations of the mayors of Tamise by charter dated 1166, signed by "Sigerus filius meus, Balduinus filius meus…"[446]. "Stepponis filius Sigerus" subscribed a charter of Philippe Count of Flanders dated 1171[447]. "…Sigerus castellanus de Alost…" witnessed a charter dated 1175 under which "G dux et marchio Lotharingiæ" confirmed donations to the abbey of Afflighem[448]. Châtelain de Gand. Baudouin IX Count of Flanders confirmed donations to the church of Harlebeek made by "Rogerus Curtracensis castellanus", for the soul of "patris sui Rogeri quondam…castellani" by charter dated 1198, signed by "…Sigeri Gandensis castellani, Theoderici de Beverna, Rogeri castellani Curtracensis, Balduini de Commines, Bernardi de Rosbais…"[449]. “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[450]. Châtelain de Courtrai 1200. Knight Templar in 1200. m PETRONILLE de Courtrai, daughter of ROGER [I] Châtelain de Courtrai & his first wife Sara ---. “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[451]. “Petronilla uxor quondam…Sigeri castellani Gandensis” noted the donation of property "in parochia Anderlechtensi" made to Voorst abbey by "Olivero de Sottegem" by charter dated 1214, witnessed by "Theodoricus et Walterus filii eiusdem Petronillæ, Rogerus de Curtraco, Ingelbertus de Lupengem milites, Mathildis advocata Bethuniæ, Margareta soror eiusdem"[452]. Siger [II] & his wife had nine children:

i) SIGER [III] (-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[453]. Châtelain de Gand.

- see below[454].

ii) DANIEL (-before 1233). The Historia Comitum Ghisnensium names "Danieli fratri Sigeri castellani de Gandavo" as second husband of "Adelidem [filiam Hugonem de Balinghehen]"[455]. m as her second husband, ADELAIDE de Balinghehen, widow of ARNOUL [I] de Cayeux, daughter of HUGUES de Balinghehen & his wife Mathilde [Matha] de Hammis. The Historia Comitum Ghisnensium names "Adelidem" as the only daughter of "Hugonem" (son of "Eustacio…de Balinghehen" and his wife Adelaide illegitimate daughter of Robert [Manassès] Comte de Guines) and his wife "Mathildem puerili nomine Matham…filiam Laurette de Hammis", adding that she married firstly "Ernulpho de Caiou" and secondly "Danieli fratri Sigeri castellani de Gandavo"[456].

- Descendants[457].

iii) ARNOLD (-before 1190).

iv) GILLES . [1190]/1223.

(a) ARNOUL . 1233/1250.

v) DIRK . “Petronilla uxor quondam…Sigeri castellani Gandensis” noted the donation of property "in parochia Anderlechtensi" made to Voorst abbey by "Olivero de Sottegem" by charter dated 1214, witnessed by "Theodoricus et Walterus filii eiusdem Petronillæ, Rogerus de Curtraco, Ingelbertus de Lupengem milites, Mathildis advocata Bethuniæ, Margareta soror eiusdem"[458]. 1234. Heer van Daem en Willemskerke. m ---. The name of Dirk´s wife is not known. Dirk & his wife had two children:

(a) JAN . 1243/1271. m ERKENRADE, daughter of ---. 1256. Jan & his wife had one child:

(1) SIGER . 1278.

(b) ADELIDE . 1253. m ALARD, son of ---.

vi) BERNHARD . Provost at Harelbeke 1221/1260. Canon at Thérouanne 1228.

vii) WALTER Man [I] . “Petronilla uxor quondam…Sigeri castellani Gandensis” noted the donation of property "in parochia Anderlechtensi" made to Voorst abbey by "Olivero de Sottegem" by charter dated 1214, witnessed by "Theodoricus et Walterus filii eiusdem Petronillæ, Rogerus de Curtraco, Ingelbertus de Lupengem milites, Mathildis advocata Bethuniæ, Margareta soror eiusdem"[459]. 1261. m ---. The name of Walter´s wife is not known. Walter & his wife had one child:

(a) WALTER Man [II] . 1266/1274.

- Descendants[460].

viii) BEATRIX . 1190.

ix) PETRONILLA (-after 1255). “Petronilla prima abbatissa in…Forestum” confirmed the donation made by "miles Gilbertus…filius Balduini de Alost filii Rodulphi", dated 1096 [the date presumably referring to the original donation not the confirmation], further text recording that "Petronilla filia domini Segeri Templarii quondam castellani de Gandavo" was elected abbess 13 Aug 1239[461]. Abbess of Voorst.

b) BOUDEWIJN (-after 1172). Philippe Count of Flanders and "Steppo de Viggensele" donated property "in Herzele in castellaria Curtracensi et terram Transblide in castellaria de Axla" to Gand Saint-Pierre, with the consent of "filiis suis Sigero et Balduino", by charter dated 1164[462]. "Steppo de Viggensele" set out the rights and obligations of the mayors of Tamise by charter dated 1166, signed by "Sigerus filius meus, Balduinus filius meus…"[463]. A charter dated 1172 records the confirmation by "Philippo comite Flandrie, Stepho de Viggensele" of donations "de hereditate sua in Hersele et de terra sua Transblide" to Gand Saint-Pierre with the consent of "duobus filiis suis Sigero et Balduino"[464].

c) WILLEM (-after 1164). "…Sigerus castellanus et Willelmus frater eius…" witnessed the charter dated 1164 under which "Theodericus…dominus et princeps Alostensis" donated "silvam meam…Hokerda…" to Afflighem abbey[465].



            
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