Mabel of Gloucester
- Born: Abt 1142, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
- Marriage: Jordan de Champernoun 160,193
- Died: After 1214
Another name for Mabel was Mabira de Caen.
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 160
Mabira de Caen, daughter of Robert de Caen, married Jordan Cambernon. Jordan Cambernon, seigneur de Cambernon and Maisoncelles, France, held seven knight's fee under the Duke of Normandy 1172. Mabira de Caen and Jordan de Cambernon were the parents of Henry, the younger of their sons.
Weis' Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 124A:26-28
• Background Information: From GEN-MEDIEVAL-L Archives. 193
From: RBodine996<firstname.lastname@example.org >
Subject: THE EARLY CHAMPERNOUNS
Date: 18 Feb 1999 01:48:44 GMT
JORDAN de CHAMBERNUN married, as her first husband, Mabel, daughter of Robert, son of Robert, Earl of Gloucester, and Hawise, daughter of Baldwin de Redvers, 1st Earl of Devon. Mabel married 2ndly, William de Soliers. As Mabel de Soliers, she confirmed in c1193-1204 a gift charter of the manors of Fleet and Ibberton, Dorsetshire from her mother, Hawise, to her son, Richard de Chambernun. (Charters of the Redvers Family, 11, 146; DCNQ, 18: 3-7, 81-84, 108-112, 319-320) Children:
2. Jordan de Chambernun, m. Emma de Soligny.
3. Richard de Chambernun.
4. Henry de Chambernun, m. Rose de Tracy.
That Robert, a little known son of the Earl of Gloucester was even married, is
revealed in a charter dated between June 1141 and 1161, probably before Oct
1147, in which Hawise, daughter of Earl Baldwin de Redvers, made a gift to
Quarr Abbey jointly with her husband, Robert, son of the Earl of Gloucester.
CP, 5: 686 states Robert was a natural son of Earl Robert and that he was named
c1160 in a charter and is addressed in a writ from King Henry II as Castellan
Mabel married Jordan de Champernoun 160.,193 (Jordan de Champernoun was born about 1130 in Cambernon, Manche, Normandy, France and died about 1170 in Ilfracombe, Barnstaple, Devonshire, England.)