Geraud BOREL
Seigneur Hugues I DE L' ISLE-BOUCHARD
(-Bef 1032)
Archembaud "Borel" DE BUEIL, seigneur de Saint-Patrice et L’Isle-Bouchard
(Abt 1023-)
Barthélemy I DE BUEIL, seigneur de L’Isle-Bouchard
(Abt 1051-Aft 1113)


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Barthélemy I DE BUEIL, seigneur de L’Isle-Bouchard 1

  • Born: Between 1049 and 1053
  • Married:
  • Died: After 1113

  Research Notes:

Seigneur de l’Isle-Bouchard. A charter dated to [1067] records (1) that “Burchardus...filius Huonis dominus castri Insulæ Burchardi dum eidem castro dominaretur” founded the church of Saint-Gilles “apud Ismantiam”, with “Andreas Peloquinus filius Archembaldi Burrelli” consenting to the donations made by “patruus eius Burchardus” and (2) that “archiepiscopus Bartholomæus” approved the foundation with the consent of “Bartholomæus filius Archembaldi” who held “castrum Insulæ post Peloquinum” witnessed by “...Andreæ Peloquini”. A charter dated to [1082] confirms rights of Noyers “in ecclesia...Sancti Patricii”, with the support of “Bartholomæus dominus Insulæ et Girberga uxor eius”. “Bartholomæus Insulæ dominus” donated property “in terra Crulliaci” to Noyers, with the consent of “conjux eius domina Girberga et filia eorum Dangerosa”, by charter dated to [1087]. “Bartholomæus dominus Insulæ” confirmed the donation of property to Noyers made by “Giraldus filius Ivonis” by charter dated to [1089]. A charter dated to [1090] records a war between “Fulconis comitis fratris Barbati” and “Bartholomæum dominum Insulæ” over “castrum ad Campaniacum”. A charter dated to [1094] records that “Bartholomæus dominus Castri Insulæ” confirmed donations to Noyers made by “pater eius Archembaudus...patruus Burchardus filius Ivonis...frater eius Andreas Peloquinus...Girardus filius Ivonis”. An undated charter (dated to [1102]) records that “Boso vicecomes Castri Adraldi et Bartholomæus de Insula et Hugo de Sancta Maura” besieged “rupem...Mirmanda” and attacked Faye, and that subsequent donations were made to Noyers. ["Dominus Peloquinus...dominus castri...Insulæ" donated property “apud Duobus Luciis” to the monastery of Cormery to permit "fratrem...Thomam" to enter as a monk, with the consent of “Bartholomæus frater ipsius Peloquini” who confirmed donations made by “atavus et avus et pater eius Archembaldus Borellus”, by charter dated to [1109].... “Bartholomæus dominus Insulæ...” witnessed a charter dated to [1110] which records donations to Noyers of property “in alodo de Buxeriis”. “Barthélemy seigneur de l’Ile-Bouchard” donated property to Noyers, and confirmed donations made by “son père Archambaud et son oncle Bouchard”, by charter dated 1112. “Aimericus proconsul Castri Araldi, Bartholomæus dominus Insulæ, Aimericus dominus Fagiæ, Paganus dominus Montis-Basonis, Hugo dominus Sanctæ Mauræ...” witnessed the charter dated to [1113] which records an agreement between the monks of Noyers and “Hugo Goscelini” concerning “terræ quam habebat Guitburgis mater Radulfi de Fontanellis”. 2

  Marriage Information:

Barthélemy married Gerberge DE BLAISON, daughter of Seigneur Éon DE BLAISON and Tchélétis DE TRÈVES.


1 Racines et Histoire, Lignages, Seigneurs de L'Isle-Bouchard, p. 2, Origines.

2 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Archambaud Borell.

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