Sibyl de Valognes
- Marriage: Ralph d’Aubigné 1178
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 1198
"Ralph d'Aubigné was deceased prior to the sixth year of Richard the First, 1198, leaving Sibilla de Valognes surviving, who rendered accompt of forty marks for the licence to remain in England from the host of Normandy, which sum she had . . .In the10th year of Richard the First Sibilla de Valognes paid fifty marks for having exemption from marrying herself, and should she choose to marry, then to do it through the counsel of the king."
This article names Ralph d'Aubigné, Gunnora and three sisters as offspring of her marriage to Ralph d'Aubigné. Also it names Sibyl's first husband to have been Robert de Ros and her son with Robert to be Everard (Ebrard) de Ros who was in the custody of Rannulph de Glanville.
~"Holy Trinity Priory, York," pp. 54-55
Sibyl married Ralph d’Aubigné, son of William (Brito) d’Aubigné and Cicely le Bigod.1178 (Ralph d’Aubigné died in 1191 in Acre, Palestine.)
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