Cte Thierry II DE BAR et de Mousson...
(Abt 1045-1103)
Ermentrude DE BOURGOGNE, heiress of Montbéliard
(Abt 1055-Aft 1105)
Cte Gérard I DE VAUDÉMONT
(-1108)
Heilwig VON EGISHEIM, Heiress of Egisheim
(-Bef 1126)
Cte Renaud I "le Borgne" DE BAR-LE-DUC et de Mousson
(1075-1149)
Gisèle DE VAUDÉMONT
(-Aft 1141)
Clémence DE BAR-LE-DUC
(Est 1125-Aft 1183)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
1. Lancelin III DE BEAUVAIS

2. Cte Renaud II DE CLERMONT-EN-BEAUVAISIS

Clémence DE BAR-LE-DUC 1

  • Born: Between 1123 and 1127, Bar-le-Duc, Meuse, Argonne/Lorraine, France
  • Married (2): 1137
  • Died: After 20 Jan 1182/3, Clermont-en-Beauvais, Oise, Picardy, France

  General Notes:

Compiler's 22/24/25/26 x great-grandmother

  Research Notes:

The Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis records that "comes Rainaldus [de Claromonte]" married "comitissam de Dammartin, filiam comitis Rainaldi de Monzuns". The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines refers to "comites de Claromonte Belvacensi" as descended from "una…sorore eiusdem comitis [=comes Barri iunior Raynaldus]".... Renaud’s second wife would presumably have held the title “Ctss de Dammartin” through an earlier marriage to a comte de Dammartin. If she had been the daughter of a comte de Dammartin, she would not have borne the comital title. [“Radulfus Oysardi filius” donated property at Creil to Saint-Leu d’Esserent, and the nuns obtained the consent of "comitem Rainaldum Claromontensem…uxor eius Clementia, filia…ipsius Margarita", by charter dated to [1119].... Louis VII King of France confirmed what “episcopus Parisiensis et Guillelmus Lupus frater eius et comes Damni-Martini Renaudus cum uxore sua” donated to Chaalis “per concessum Adelizæ de Bulis et filiorum eius Lancelini...et fratrum suorum” and the donation of land “apud Hermenovillam et...moriens juxta Villam-novam” made by “Joscelinus de Damno-Martino”, by charter dated 1138. The property the subject of the first-named donation is not specified in the charter. However, a possibly linked charter dated to [1137] records that “Willelmus Lupus Silvanectensis” donated “locum...in quo situm est cœnobium...[et] usum totius Espioniæ et Beeley”, with the support of “uxore mea Adelvia, filioque meo majore...Guidone” and sealed by “fratris mei Stephani Parisiensis episc.” The charter dated 1138 also provides a possible indication of Clémence’s family origin: the joint donation suggests a joint interest in the property donated, and so a connection with the family of the bouteillers de Senlis (to which Guillaume “le Loup” and his brother Etienne Bishop of Paris belonged). A charter dated 1144 confirmed a donation by "Rainaldus Claromontensis comes" to Saint-Leu d’Esserent, with the consent of "Clementia uxor prædicti comitis cum filio suo Guidone". An undated charter records the grant of pasturage rights "ad castrum Claromontis, Credulii, Gornaci, Lusarchiarum" to Saint-Leu d’Esserant by "Hugo comes Cestrensis" and "Hugo Claromontensis et Margarita uxor eius", later confirmed by "Rainaldus comes" with the consent of "uxore eius Clementia et filiis eius Guidone et Rainaldo". "Rainaldus comes de Claromonte et Clemencia uxor eius et Widdo eorum filius" confirmed donations to Saint-Leu d’Esserant made by "Albericus…Paganus…comites de Donno Martino…pater suus Hugo de Claromonte et Margarita uxor eius et comites Cestrences Hugo et Richardus", on the advice of "uxoris meæ Adæ", by charter dated 1152. Louvet notes a donation to the priory of Gournay-sur-Aronde made by “Rainal Comte de Clermont et Clemence sa femme” which was confirmed and supplemented in 1165 by “leurs enfans...Raoult Comte de Clermont, Simon, Gautier, Margueritte, Matilde et Comtesse”. Louis VII King of France confirmed an agreement between Eudes Prior of Saint-Denis and "Donni Martini comitissam Clementiam" who relinquished rights “in Trenbleio” by charter dated 1153. Mathieu quotes a charter of Manassès Bishop of Meaux, dated to [1157], which records property first donated to Chaalis by “Domnimartini comitissa Clementia, laudante viro suo Renaldo de Clarimonte” as well as her donation of rights of way and use of wood “in omnia terra” belonging to “consulatum Domnimartini”. “Clementia comitissa de Domno Martino cum liberis meis” renounced rights over “villa Trembliaco” after disputes between the abbey of Saint-Denis and “antecessores nostros comites de Dompno Martino”, litigated before “regis Ludovici”, by undated charter (dated to [1153/62]), witnessed by “Ansoldus de Claromonte et Petrus nepos eius, Galterus de Alneto...”. 2

  Marriage Information:

Clémence married Lancelin III DE BEAUVAIS. (Lancelin III DE BEAUVAIS was born about 1090 in Dammartine, Seine-et-Marne, Ile-de-France, France and died before 1140 in Bulles, Oise, Picardy, France.)

  Marriage Information:

Clémence married Cte Renaud II DE CLERMONT-EN-BEAUVAISIS, son of Hugh DE CREIL, comte de Clermont and Margaret (Marguerite) DE MONTDIDIER, in 1137. (Cte Renaud II DE CLERMONT-EN-BEAUVAISIS was born about 1075 in Clermont-en-Beauvais, Oise, Picardy, France and died about 1153.)

Sources


1 Seigneurs de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis & de Clermont-Nesle, Picardie (Beauvaisis), Etienne Pattou, 2004, pp. 3-4; Comtes de Bar, Lorraine, Bar (et Barrois), Etienne Pattou, 2005, 2007, p. 4.

2 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Clemence de Bar.


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