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Name: William De Aubigny Determine relationship to...
Birth: ABT 1010 Aubigny, Normandy, France Father: Mother:
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Married: Adelica Belvoir De Plessis BEF 1048
Children Born Died
Roger D' Aubigny ABT 1040 Aubigny, Normandy, France AFT 1084
Oliva D' Aubigny ABT 1047 Aubigny-Sur-Nere, Normandy, France DECEASED
Aimee D' Aubigny ABT 1050 St Martin D'aubigny, Manche, Normandy, France DECEASED
Death: ABT 1066
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Remarks: Name Suffix: (Vicount Cóntintin)
William d'Aubigny, Seigneur of Aubigny (subsequently Saint-Martin d'Aubigny), Normandy; married by 1048 sister of Grimald de Plessis. [Burke's Peerage]

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Aubigny, Alibini, etc., Earls of Arundel

Saint-Martin d'Aubigny: Manche, arr. Coutances, cant. Periers.

The early history of the family will be found in The Complete Peerage, surname Mowbray, new ed., vol. ix, pp. 366-7. The details oftheir benefactions to the abbey of Lessay as confirmed by a charter of Henry II, 1185-1188, identify St-Martin d'Aubigny with the Aubigny which was the caputof their Norman honour; thus the "ecclesiam de Folgeriis" is Feugeres 2 1/2 kil. SE of Aubigny, the "feria Sancti Christofori" mentioned in conjunction with the "forum Albinneii" is St-Christophe-d'Aubigny, a parish now united to that of St-Martin, and "Marchesis" is Marchesieux, 5 kil. NE of Aubigny. There is notrace of a feudal castle at Aubigny itself, but Gerville found nearby at Le Mesnil-Vigot the remains of a considerable castle with a well-defined motte, thenknown as "le chateau de St-Clair". [Origins of Some Anglo-Norman Families]