Additions au dictionnaire de littré (lexicologie botanique): d'après le de compositione medicamentoru


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1.1. Count Manasses de Dammartin, sp. “Constance”* (possibly de Capetian). Count Manasses was killed in battle at Ornel, near Etain, Bar-le-Duc, 15th October 1037.*(Mon. Germ. Script., viii).

1.1.1. Count Hugh I. de Dammartin, sp. Rohais de Bulles; of the various hypothesese regarding her, perhaps the most substantial makes her synonomous with Rohais d’Hérouville;* lands owned by her devolving to the Dammartins. Count Hugh is named as brother of Count Hilduin III., Comte de Ramarapt-Roucy. (Bouquet, Historiens de France, x., p. 626). *Hérouville désigné habituellement sous le nom d’Hérouville-St-Clair, Hérulfivilla, Herolvilla.

The following account is not an exhaustive one. It does not cover the post-Conquest holdings in England, including associations to Nottinghamshire; nor gives detail of ‘early’ family associations as detailed in charters – Raoul II. de Mauvoisin’s brother, Gui, witnessed charters of Roger de Percy’s family; other donations to religious foundations were confirmed by the Bertrands – instead, it concentrates on links to who was described in French antiquarian accounts as “Malvoisin de Hercy”; he who married Théophanie de Pont-de-l’Arche. I will endeavour to show why this “Malvoisin” was known as “of Hercy.”

1.1. Raoul II. de Mauvoisin, vicomte de Mantes. It is he who occurs as ‘Malusvicinus’ in Suffolk, 1086. Donator to St. Evroult.

1.1.1.1. Raul IV. de Mauvoisin, s. a. 1177, seigneur de Rosny, “Le Barbu”, sp. Agnès d’Aulnay, d. o. Gautier II d’Aunay, Sénéchal de Dammartin.

1.1.1.1.1. Eudon II., Comte de Porhoët, 1148-1156, Vicomte de Bretagne, sp. Berthe de Cornouaille, d. o. Duke Conan III., (house Cornouaille), widow of Alain Fergant de Bretagne (house of Rennes); Ist Earl of Richmond. Berthe de Cornouaille held the county of Nantes in 1155, Geoffrey, the younger brother of Henry II. was made Count of Nantes under her. Nantes was strategically important, controlling the mouth of the Loire.

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