Emma DE SÉGUR
The Chronicon Gaufredi Vosiensis names "Emma" as wife of "Guido". Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 1025 under which "Guido vicecomes et Emma uxor mea" granted privileges to the abbey of Tourtoirac, for the souls of "Geraldi patris mei, ac matris meæ Rotildis…Ademari vicecomitis patris uxoris meæ et matris eius Milissendis", with the consent of "Ademaro filio meo et uxore eius Senegunde…filio meo Petrone et uxore eius Sulpitia" and "…Guidone de Turribus…". "Hildegarius Lemovicensium pontifex" granted privileges to Uzerche, for the souls of "fratris mei Guidonis ac conjugis eius Emmæ", and names "genitore meo…domno Geraldo vicecomite necnon et genetrice mea Rotilde…vicecomes Lemovicensis Ademarus et uxor sua Melissendis", adding that after the death of "predictus Ademarus…gener ipsius Guido" married "filia ipsius…Emma", by charter dated to [970/86]. Heiress of Ségur. "Guido et uxor mea Emma" donated "ecclesiam…Alairacus" and other properties to Uzerche by charter dated to [988/1003], signed by "Ademari filii eius, Geraldi filii eius, Petri filii eius". "Guido vicecomes Lemovicensium cum uxore sua Emma" granted privileges to Uzerche by charter dated to [988/1003], signed by "filii eorum Ademari, Geraldus, Petrus, Fulcherius". "Milisindis" donated "villam…ad Milium" to Uzerche, for the soul of "senioris mei Ademari", by charter dated Apr 1001, signed by "Ilduini episcopi, Guidoni honorabili, Emme uxoris eius". The chronicle of Adémar de Chabannes records that "Emma vicecomitissa Lemovicæ" was kidnapped by Vikings "circa festivitatem Apostolorum" [30 Jun] while making a pilgrimage to the Abbey of Saint-Michel-en-Lherm and held captive overseas for three years, despite payment of a large ransom from the abbey's treasure. She was eventually released following intervention by Richard II Duke of Normandy. "Guido et uxor mea Emma…et filii nostri Geraldus, Ademarus, Petrus" donated "ecclesiam…Sancti Bibiano…a Nioli" to Uzerche, for the souls of "…aviæ meæ Tetiscræ et…patris mei Geraldi et…Rotildis matris meæ", by charter dated Aug 1019. "Guido vicecomes et uxor mea Emma" donated property "in parrochia Sancti Eparchii" to Uzerche, for "filio nostro Fulcherio", by charter dated to [1019/22].
Emma married Vcte Guy I DE LIMOGES, son of Vcte Géraud I DE LIMOGES and Rothilde DE BROSSE Viscountess. (Vcte Guy I DE LIMOGES died on 25 Oct 1025 in Limoges, Haute-Vienne, France.)