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Helié d’Aubigné
(Bef 1264-1306)
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(Abt 1273-1319)
Elizabeth de Montfort
(Abt 1275-1354)
Ralph Daubeny
(1305-After 1378)
Alice de Montagu

Sir Giles Daubeny Knight
(Bef 1336-1386)


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Alianore de Willington

Sir Giles Daubeny Knight

  • Born: Bef 1336, Somerset, England
  • Marriage: Alianore de Willington 141
  • Died: 24 Jun 1386, Barrington, Somerset, England 141

bullet   Another name for Giles was Giles d’Aubigné.

bullet  Information about this person:

• Web Reference: Giles Daubeney.

• Stone Effigies.

The Daubeney Brass

• Background Information. 141
Sir Giles Daubeney, of South Ingleby, South Petherton, &c., son and heir, by 1st wife. On 14 Oct 1351 he had letters stating that, though born out of the King's allegiance, he might nevertheless enjoy his inheritance. In Oct. he bought the manors of Kempton, Beds, and Tottenham, Middlesex from William Daubeney and Philippe his wife, for 200 marks. Sheriff of Beds and Bucks, 1379-80. Knigt of the Shire for Somerset 1382, 1383 & 1384.

Sir Giles Daubeney married, soon after 5 Jan 1358/9, Alianore daughter of Sir Henry de Willington, of Umberleigh, Devon, Poulton, co. Gloucester, &c., by Isabel, daughter of Sir John de Walesbreu, of Lamellen and Lancarfe, Cornwall. He died 24 Jun 1386, at Barrington, Somerset. His widow's dower was ordered to be assigned, 8 Aug 1386. She died 6 Aug 1400, and was buried at Kempston.

~Cokayne's The Complete Peerage, Vol. IV, 97-98

Giles married Alianore de Willington, daughter of Henry de Willington and Isabel Walesbreu.141 (Alice de Willington died in 1400 in England 141 and was buried in Kempston.)

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