Sir Ralph d’Aubigné Knight
- Born: Bef 7 Dec 1213, England
- Marriage: Isabel de Mawley
- Died: Shortly before 25 Jan 1292, Somerset, England 141
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• Background Information. 141
Sir Ralph d'Aubigné or d'Aubeney, of South Ingleby, co. Lincoln, Seigneur de Landal in Brittany, younger brother and heir of Philip d'Aubigné, of Ingleby (who died before 20 Dec 1224), and son of Ralph d'Aubigné, of Ingleby, by Mahet or Maud, daughter and heir of William de Montsorel, Selgneur de Landal. He was a minor, 12 Oct 1229. Was nephew and heir of Philip d'Aubigné (who died s.p., in the Holy Land, 1236, and was buried there) of South Petherton, Barrington, and Chillington, Somerset, sometime Warden of the Channel Islands, who gave him Petherton, of which he had livery, having done homage, 7 Dec 1234. He was not yet a knight, 15 Aug 1247. Was with the King in Gascony in 1253. In 1276 he quitclaimed to the King, for 100 marks, all his rights in the Honour of Monmouth. He was on the King's service in Wales in 1277 and in 1282. He was summoned for Military Service, 14 Mar 1282/3 and to attend the King at Shrewsbury, 28 Jun 1283, by writs directed Radulfo de Albiniaco.
Sir Ralph d'Aubigné married Isabel. He died shortly before 25 Jan 1291/2. His widow was living 4 Aug 1294.
~Cokayne's The Complete Peerage, Vol. IV, pp. 93-94
Ralph married Isabel de Mawley. (Isabel de Mawley was born in Mawley, Shropshire, England.)