Emma D' ESTOUTEVILLE
- Born: Estouteville-sur-Mer, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
- Died: Unknown
- Buried: Ouche Saint-Evroul
The Liber Vitæ of Durham names "Robertus de Stuteville, Beatrix uxor eius, Robertus, Graulfus, Willelmus filii eorum, Emma Robertus…" and in a later passage the same names with the last two replaced by "Emme uxor Rodberti, Rodbertus filius eius…". The chronology of her marriages suggests that she must have been considerably older than her brother Robert, maybe born from an earlier marriage of their father. Orderic Vitalis records that Robert de Grantmesnil, son of "Hugo de Grentemaisnilio" and his wife, married secondly "Emmam Rodberti de Stotevilla filiam". The chronology of these families suggests that Emma must have been Robert´s first wife not his second. La Roque states that "une généalogie de la maison d´Estouteville" names Errand´s wife as "Emme et la comprend entre ceux du sang...[de] Robert", suggesting that she was the same person who later married "Hugues de Grentesmesnil". The passage is somewhat garbled and in any case La Roque does not provide a citation reference to the source in question or quote it in his "Preuves". It is suggested that, until further documentation comes to light, this supposed marriage of Errand should be treated with caution.
Emma married Errand D' HARCOURT sn de Boissey-le-Chatel, son of Anchetil D' HARCOURT seigneur d'Harcourt and Agnes DE ST. CLAIR. (Errand D' HARCOURT sn de Boissey-le-Chatel died after 1078.)
Emma also married Robert DE GRANDMESNIL, son of Hugues DE GRANDMESNIL and Adelise DE BEAUMONT. (Robert DE GRANDMESNIL was born before 1060 and died on 1 Jun 1136.)