|Dame Amabilis DE L' ISLE-BOUCHARD
Dame Amabilis DE L' ISLE-BOUCHARD 1
- Born: Abt 1023
- Married: Abt 1055
The parentage and marriage of this person are indicated by the charter dated 1069 which records that "Buchardus miles senior, castri dominus quod vocant Insulam" had donated rights over "allodio Tavennensi" to Marmoutier for the souls of "filiorum Hugonis, Huberti et Aimerici" and for the love of "conjugis suæ Hermengardis", that after his death "Tetbaldus comes" captured the land, that in compensation [the brother of this person] "Burchardus" donated half "villæ Ripariæ" to the monastery and that "Buchardo mortuo, Pelopinus nepos eius" excluded "partem Ripariæ" from his inheritance. This interpretation assumes that “nepos” in this document can be interpreted as nephew. The charter dated 1198 quoted below names Archambaud Borell (recorded elsewhere as the father of Peloquin [I] and Barthélemy... and “Gérard Borell”. This reference to two persons named “Borell”, a name otherwise unassociated with the earlier seigneurs de l’Isle-Bouchard, suggests that they belonged to a different family. If that is correct, it appears more likely that Bouchard [II]’s sister married Archambaud Borell rather than that Archambaud was Bouchard’s brother. Her name is confirmed by a charter dated to  which records the donation of a vine to Noyers by “homine Andraudo” with the consent of “Archembaudus Burrellus et Amabilis conjux eius”, the later claim by “Peloquinus filius ipsius Archembaldi”, and the subsequent settlement of the resulting dispute.... 2
Amabilis married Archembaud "Borel" DE BUEIL, seigneur de Saint-Patrice et L’Isle-Bouchard, about 1055. (Archembaud "Borel" DE BUEIL was born in 1019 and died in 1068.)
1 Racines et Histoire, Lignages, Seigneurs de L'Isle-Bouchard, p. 2, Origines.
2 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Amabilis.