(-Aft 1130)
Sn Guillaume I DU HOMMET, Connétable de Normandie
Sn Richard DU HOMMET, Connétable de Normandie
Guillaume II DU HOMMET, Connétable de Normandie
(-Aft 1213)


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Lucie DE BRUS, Dame de la Luthumière

Sn Guillaume II DU HOMMET, Connétable de Normandie

  • Born: Le Hommet, St. Lo, Normandy, France
  • Married:
  • Died: After 1213, Stamford, Lincolnshire, England

  Research Notes:

Baron du Hommet et de la Luthumière, Sr de Beaumont, Marigny et Stanford


Ricardus de Humet constabularius regis Angliæ” confirmed the foundation of Aulnay, including donations made by “Jordani de Saio et Luciæ uxoris eius” and by himself and “Agnetis uxoris meæ et filiorum meorum Willelmi, Enguerrani et Jordani”, by undated charter. Robert of Torigny names "Guillermum, Enjorannum, Jordanum" as the sons and heirs of "Richardus de Humet constabularius regis" when recording his death. ["Guillelmus de Humeto" ... confirmed the donation to Bayeux of the church of Hérils made by "Roberti de Novo Burgo" by charter dated 1166, witnessed by "…Ricardo de Humeto…" .... Henry II King of England confirmed the possessions of the abbey of Aunay, including donations by "Richardi de Humetis et Agnetis uxoris sue, filie et heredis predicti Jordani" with the agreement of "Guillelmi de Humetis et Engerranni et Jordani filiorum suorum", by charter dated to [1181/89].

Connétable de Normandie. Henry II King of England confirmed "Willelmo de Humetis constabulariam meam" in his office previously held by "Ricardus de Humetis pater suus" by charter dated 1180. “Willelmus de Humeto domini regis constabularius” donated “totam terram meam in Lengronia”, except land held from him by “Gervasia de Saeio sicut de primogenito et...Jordanus de Maisnillo et...Willelmus Cotele”, to Aulnay Sainte-Marie, with the consent of “filiorum meorum...Richardi de Humeto et Willelmi et Henrici et Jordani et Thomæ et Enguerranni”, for the souls of “meæ, patris et matris meæ et Luciæ uxoris meæ”, by charter dated 1190. The Red Book of the Exchequer, listing scutage payments in [1194/95], names "Willelmus de Homez" paying "xx s, i militem" in Hampshire. "Willelmus de Humeto constabularius Normanniæ" donated half the church of Louvières to Bayeux, in the presence of "Jordano filio meo episcopo Lexoviensi", by charter dated to [1202/05], which names "Ricardi patris mei". “Willielmus de Humeth” donated property to Stanford Nunnery, confirmed by King John by charter dated 22 Nov [1199/1205]. Guillaume du Hommet donated property to the priory of Sainte-Marguerite de Vignats, in the presence of “Thomas du Hommet his son and of William du Hommet his grandson”, by charter dated to 1204 or before[587]. Guillaume du Hommet granted to Roger de Saint-Lo “the chapel of Sainte Catherine, in the parish of Le Desert” including rent which “Guillelmus de Humeto constabularius avus meus” had donated before he married his daughter to “Ricardo” (“antequam filiam suam maritasset Ricardo”), by charter dated 1213. 1

  Marriage Information:

Guillaume married Lucie DE BRUS, Dame de la Luthumière.


1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Guillaume [II] du Hommet.

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