Philippe I DE LÉVIS Seigneur de Lévis
(-Bef 1204)


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Philippe I DE LÉVIS Seigneur de Lévis

  • Died: Bef Mar 1204

   Research Notes:

Seigneur de Lévis. “Dominus Philippus de Levies et uxor eius Elisabeth” sold revenue from “Victoriacum” [Vitry-sur-Seine] to Maurice de Sully Bishop of Paris by charter dated 5 Feb 1181. "Guido de Caprosia et Philippus de Levis milites consanguinei" borrowed money from "Bonifacio Auxio et suis sociis, Januensibus civibus" by charter dated Jul 1191 at Acre. The relationship between the Chevreuse and Lévis families has not been traced but it is not surprising that they were related as their properties were in the same vicinity. A charter dated 1196 records that the abbot of Saint-Magloire granted rights to land "in exertis Aquiline silve" to "domino Philippo de Levis et Alexandro filio suo". A charter dated Mar 1202 records the sale of property for which "dominus Philippus de Leviis et Milo et Guido filii sui" are named among the guarantors. A charter dated Mar 1204 records an agreement between the abbot of Saint-Denis and "filios defuncti Philippi de Leviis…archidiaconum Pissiacensem, Milonem, Guidonem, Alexandrum et Symonem ac matrem eorum" regarding the status of their property at "Mesnil-Sevin".

   Marriage Information:

Philippe married Isabelle. (Isabelle died after Nov 1210.)

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