Genealogy - KNIGHTs from Continental Europe to England/Ireland, to Philadelphia (PA), to France -Sept. 2018

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Ancestors of Idoine DE CAMVILLE [865]
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Gerard DE CAMVILLE, Knt., High Sheriff Of Lincolnshire [940]
(Abt 1132-1214)
Nicole DE LA HAYE [944]
(1152-)
Gilbert BASSET, Baron De Heddington [916]
(Abt 1154-1205)
Egelina DE COURTENAY [1057]
(Abt 1150-)
Richard III DE CAMVILLE [914]
(Abt 1178-1226)
Eustacia BASSET [915]
(Abt 1180-1215)
Idoine DE CAMVILLE [865]
(Abt 1210-1250/1252)

 

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Sir William II LONGESPEE, Earl Of Salisbury [864]

Idoine DE CAMVILLE [865] 2

  • Born: Abt 1210, , , England
  • Marriage: Sir William II LONGESPEE, Earl Of Salisbury [864] in 1226 in , , England
  • Died: 1250-1252, , , England about age 40

bullet   Another name for Idoine was Idonea.

bullet  Sources, Comments and Notes:

Source <Plantagenet ancestry: a study in colonial and medieval families> Par Douglas Richardson,Kimball G. Everingham:
"4. WILLIAM LONGESPEE, Knt, of Amesbury, Trowbridge, and Aldbourne, Wiltshire, Caneford, Dorset, Baron of Chitterne, Wiltshire, and, in right of his wife, of Avington, Berkshire, Brattlebv, Lincolnshire, Bicester, Middleton (in Middleton Stoney), and Stratton (in Stratton Audley), Oxfordshire, etc., son and heir, born say 1208 (minor at his father's death in 1226, confirmed his mother's charter in 1229). He married by arrangements dated April 1216 IDOINE DE CAMVILLE, daughter and heiress of Richard de Camville, of Avington, Berkshire, Godington, Middleton (in Middleton Stoney), and Stratton (in Stratton Audley), Oxfordshire, bv Eustache, daughter and heiress of Gilbert Basset, of Bicester and Wretchwick, Oxfordshire. She was of age in 1226. They had two sons, William, Knt., and Richard, and two daughters, Ela and presumably Agnes (nun) (Abbess of Shaftesbury). ... His widow, Idoine, died between 1 Jan. 1250/1 and 21 Sept. 1252."
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Source <Family Forest Descendants of Milesius of Spain for 84 Generations> Par The Family Forest National Treasure Edition by Bruce H. Harrison:
"Earl Sir William Longespee ...

He married in 1220 Idonea de Camville: died 1252. daughter of Richard de Camville and Eustacia Basset
...

Facts for Idonea de Camville
Only daughter and heiress of Richard de Camville. by Eustacia Basset. Name also shown as ldoine Camville.

Children of Earl Sir William Longespee and Idonea de Camville were as follows:
i Ela Longespee.
li Sir William de Longespee.
lii Ida Longespee."
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Source <http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/ENGLISH%20NOBILITY%20MEDIEVAL1.htm#ElaLongespeediedbefore22Nov1299>:
"RICHARD de Camville (-after 12 Feb 1217). Henry III King of England took "dominam Nicholaam de Haya et Ricardum de Campvill filium suum" under protection dated 12 Feb 1217[1829]. m ([1199]) as her first husband, EUSTACHIA Basset, widow of THOMAS de Verdun, daughter of GILBERT Basset & his wife Aigeline de Courtenay (-after [1211/15]). ... Richard & his wife had three children:
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- IDOINE de Camville (-[1 Jan 1250/1/21 Sep 1252]). King John granted "maritagium filium Ric de Campvill que est in custodia nostra" to "fratri nostro W. com Sarr…ad opus Willelmi fil sui primogeniti de Ela ux sua comitissa Sar", by order dated 22 Apr 1216[1834]. The Book of Lacock names "Idonea Candoill (esset Camvile)" as wife of "Guill Lungespee secundus". Bracton records a claim, dated 1231, by "Willelmus Longespei et Idonea uxor eius" against "Oliuero de Ayncurt et Nicholæ uxori eius" concerning "manerium de Dudingtona", inherited from "Nicholaæ de Haya avie ipsius Idonee cuius heres ipsa est".
m (after 22 Apr 1216) WILLIAM Longespee, son of WILLIAM Longespee Earl of Salisbury & his wife Ela Ctss of Salisbury (before 1209-killed in battle Mansurah 7 Feb 1250)."


Idoine married Sir William II LONGESPEE, Earl Of Salisbury [864] [MRIN: 922], son of Sir William I LONGESPEE, Earl Of Salisbury [936] and Countess Ela DE SALISBURY [937], in 1226 in , , England. (Sir William II LONGESPEE, Earl Of Salisbury [864] was born about 1208-1209 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England 2 and died on 7 Feb 1249-1250 in Mansourah, Egypte.)




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