Vcte Liétaud I DE CHÂTEAU-LANDON Seigneur d'Yèvre-le-Châtel
Vcte Liétaud II DE CHÂTEAU-LANDON seigneur d’Yèvre-Le-Châtel
(Abt 1030-After 1080)
Foulques DE CHÂTEAU-LANDON-GÂTINAIS seigneur d’Yèvre-Le-Châtel


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1. Biote DE MONTLHÉRY Dame de Rochefort

2. Dame Aveline DE BITRY

Foulques DE CHÂTEAU-LANDON-GÂTINAIS seigneur d’Yèvre-Le-Châtel

  • Died: 1129

   Research Notes:

"…Letaldi filiorumque suorum Fulconis et Godefridi…" witnessed charters dated [1076] and 1080 of the abbey of Saint-Pierre at Pithiviers.

Vicomte de Château-Landon. [1076]/[1126]. "Fulco vicecomes et filius eius Guillelmus, scilicet Guido Urso" confirmed a donation to the priory of Néronville by "Robertus Bonet" by charter dated to [1108/20], subscribed by "Rainaldus Pulcher…". The Continuatio of Aimon’s Historia records that Louis VI King of France bought "Moretum…et Castellarium, Boissas, Euram et Cambim" {Moret, Le Châtelet, Boësses, Yèvre, Chambon} from "Fulcone Vicecomite Wastinensi". The passage is undated, but Estournet dates the sale to "vers 1115". "…Fulco vicecomes Castrilandonis et filii eius Willelmus et Guido…" approved a donation to the abbey of Rozoy by charter dated to after 1122. A charter dated to [1120] records the repentance of "Fulco vicecomes" for the harm he caused to the priory of Néronville.

   Marriage Information:

Foulques married Biote DE MONTLHÉRY Dame de Rochefort, daughter of Guy "Le Rouge" DE MONTLHÉRY Count of Rochefort-en-Yveline, Seneschal of France and Elisabeth.

   Marriage Information:

Foulques also married Dame Aveline DE BITRY. (Dame Aveline DE BITRY died after 1127.)

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