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Renaud de Nevers
Enoguen de Vitré
(Abt 1056-After 1078)
Hugues de Chantocé
Maurice de Craon
(-Cir 1119)
Tiphaine "Anguilla" dame de Chantocé et d´Ingrandes
Hugues de Craon


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Hugues de Craon

  • Marriage: Marquise

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• Web Reference: Charles Cawley's Medieval Lands, Hugues de Craon.
"Mauricius Credonensis et uxor mea Theophania…et Hugo filius noster" donated navigation rights on the Loire to the abbey of Fontevraud by undated charter[599]. Hugues's first wife, with whom he was separated from, was Agnes de Laval, daughter of Guy II seigneur de Laval and his second wife Ceile. They had two sons, Genaud and Guerin. Hugues second wife was named Marquise, of unknown parents, who later married Hugues de Champagne seigneur de Mathefelon [Broussillon (1893), Tome I, 178, p. 116] . Marquise was the mother of four more of Hugues's children including Marice II. The marriage of Hugues and Marquise is confirmed by a charter dated 1191 which records donations to Saint-Nicholas de Craon by "Mauricius…filius Hugonis et Marquisiæ, Credonensis dominus" on the death of "fratris sui Fulconis de Matefelon"[Broussillon (1893), Tome I, 178, p. 116].

Hugues married Marquise.


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