Aubigny, Isabel d' 1a 1b 2a

Birth Name Aubigny, Isabel d'
Gender female
Age at Death 50 years

Narrative

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Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 1190 ARUNDEL, ESSEX, SUSSEX, ENGLAND    
Death 1240      

Age: 50y

Christening 5156E9DCE565D611A0EBC0395DC100003FCD 15 Nov 2002    

Families

Family of FITZ ALAN, JOHN LORD OSWEBIRY and Aubigny, Isabel d'

Unknown Partner FITZ ALAN, JOHN LORD OSWEBIRY ( * 1192 + 1240-03-00 )
  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
FITZ ALAN, JOHN [EARL OF ARUNDEL1223-05-001267-11-10

Source References

  1. The Magna Charta Sureties 1215, Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Sheppard Jr, 5th Edition, 1999
      • Page: line 134
      • Page: 134-2
  2. Robert Lord: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rlord335&id=I3696 ROBERT LORD ANCESTORS
      • Source text:

        # ID: I3696
        # Name: Robert FitzPicot de SAY , Sheriff of Cambridge
        # Surname: Say
        # Given Name: Robert FitzPicot de
        # Suffix: , Sheriff of Cambridge
        # Sex: M
        # Birth: 1058 in SAI, ORNE, NORMANDY, FRANCE
        # Death: BEF 1094 in GUILDEN MORDEN, CAMBRIDGESHIRE, ENGLAND
        # Reference Number: 3696
        # _UID: 7165E9DCE565D611A0EBC0395DC100006EAE
        # Note:

        King William sought aggressive types for the office of sheriff whoseambitions were consisten t with his. Those willing to squeeze the peasantsto their maximum were the best qualified i n William's eyes. He institutedthe practice of selling the office to the highest bidder. Thi s broughtforth evil men willing to pay exorbitant prices for the office and thenwilling to d o whatever it took to recoup their investment. . . No onespoke out for the peasantry becaus e their only representative to the kingwas the very sheriffs embezzling them. The most notori ous was Picot,Sheriff of Cambridgeshire. . . . Monks describe him as:

        "a hungry lion, a prowling wolf, a crafty fox, a filthy swine, a dogwithout shame, who stuffe d his belly like an insatiable beast as thoughthe whole country were a single corpse."

        Note: I assume that the above quote refers to Robert Fitz Picot, since hewas in Camberidgeshi re at the time of William the Conqueror.

        King William sought aggressive types for the office of sheriff whoseambitions were consisten t with his. Those willing to squeeze the peasantsto their maximum were the best qualified i n William's eyes. He institutedthe practice of selling the office to the highest bidder. Thi s broughtforth evil men willing to pay exorbitant prices for the office and thenwilling to d o whatever it took to recoup their investment. . . No onespoke out for the peasantry becaus e their only representative to the kingwas the very sheriffs embezzling them. The most notori ous was Picot,Sheriff of Cambridgeshire. . . . Monks describe him as:

        "a hungry lion, a prowling wolf, a crafty fox, a filthy swine, a dogwithout shame, who stuffe d his belly like an insatiable beast as thoughthe whole country were a single corpse."

        Note: I assume that the above quote refers to Robert Fitz Picot, since hewas in Camberidgeshi re at the time of William the Conqueror.

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        # Change Date: 25 Nov 2002 at 00:00:00

         

         

        Father: Picot de SAY , of Clun b: ABT 1035 in SAI, ORNE, NORMANDY, FRANCE
        Mother: Mrs ADELOYES SAY WIDOW WILLIAM DE COIMIS b: 1035 in NORMANDY, , FRANCE

        Marriage 1 Mrs Robert SAY b: EST 1060

        Children

        1. Has Children Henry de SAY , Lord of Clun b: ABT. 1087 in Clun, Shropshire, England
        2. Has Children ROGER DE PICOT adopted b: ABT 1085 in COTTENHAM,CAMBRIDGESHIRE,ENGLAND

         

        Sources:

        1. Title: The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968
        Page: 107

         

         

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