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Robert de Condet
(Abt 1106-1141)
Adeliza de Meschines
(Abt 1094-Abt 1128)
Aubri de Mello comté de Dammartin
(Abt 1110-Abt 1181/1182)
Joan Basset
(Abt 1130-)
Roger de Condet
(Abt 1118-Abt 1201)
Basilia de Dammartin
(Abt 1148-)
Agnes de Condet
(Abt 1143-)


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Walter de Clifford 2nd Lord of Cliffords Castle

Agnes de Condet

  • Born: Abt 1143
  • Marriage: Walter de Clifford 2nd Lord of Cliffords Castle 193

bullet   Another name for Agnes was Agnes de Cundi Heiress of Roger de Cundi.

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information: From GEN-MEDIEVAL-L Archives. 193
From: rosie bevan <>
Subject: Re: Ancestry of Agnes de Condet/Cundy, wife of Walter de Clifford
Date: Thu, 05 Feb 2004 21:17:22 +1300

The following entries are from Domesday Descendants p.425

de Cundet, Robert In 1130 Robert de Condé accounted in Kent and in Sussex for an agreement with the bishop of Lincoln, and in Lincolnshire for the land of his father. His parentage is unknown, though it is usually suggested that he was a descendant of Emma Crispin (aunt of Robert I Malet) and Peter de Condé. He married Alice or Adelicia, probably the daughter of Ranulf I of Chester and in 1136 widow of Gilbert fitz Richard de Clare (major, Linq. Reg. Antiq. i, pp. 282ff0. At his death on a 10 October sometime between 1139 and 1145 his minor son Roger was his heir. Probably father also of a son Robert (q.v.). His fee was a composite granted some time after 1086, consisting of land in Wickhambreux, Kent, South Carlton, Grimston, Thurlby and Eagle and Skellingthorpe, Lincolnshire. Pipe Roll 31 Henry I, 67-kn, 111-1n

de Cundet, Roger II Son of Robert de Condé and Alice (of Chester), a minor at his father's death c.1141. Nephew of Roger de Cundy, clerk of Roger de Mowbray in the 1140s and 1150s. Held 8 knights' fees of the bishop of Lincoln in 1166. Steward of Roger de Mowbray in 1174 or 1175. Attested Mowbray charters from c.1150/54, when Robert de Cundet, probably his younger brother, also starts to witness. He held half a fee, in scattered estates at Axholme, Lincolnshire, Burton Lazars, Leicestershire, Eltisley, Cambridgeshire, Great and Little Wildon and Bagby, Yorkshire, from the honour of Mowbray in 1166. Benefactor of Newburgh (Mowbray Ch., 205, 212). He was dead in 1201, when his heir was his daughter Agnes, wife of Walter Clifford, ancestor of the earls of Cumberland. Cf. Major Lincs. Reg. Antiq. i pp.282ff. Clay, Early Yorkshire Charters (1936), V, nos 160,385; Clay, Early Yorkshire Charters (1952), IX, nos 115, 125, 146, 153, 167; Clay, Early Yorkshire Charters (1955), XII, no. 111; Greenway, Charters of the Honour of Mowbray (1972), no.22, 34, 40, 50, 55, 99, 105, 108, 159, 168, 197, 205, 240, 244, 296, 301, 351, 353, 354, 359, 371, 383, 396, 399; Red Book of the Exchequer, ed. Hall (1897), pp.418-21.

In the Domesday Book Caenby was referred to as Covenebi. Both Grantham and
Caenby were part of the Bishop of Lincoln's fee at that time.

Agnes married Walter de Clifford 2nd Lord of Cliffords Castle, son of Walter de Clifford 1st Lord of Clifford's Castle and Margaret de Toeni.193 (Walter de Clifford 2nd Lord of Cliffords Castle was born in 1222 in Clifford Castle, Herefordshire, England and died about 1140 in England.)

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