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Julienne de Rozoy


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Julienne de Rozoy (daughter of Roger de Rozoy and Alix d'Avesnes).


    Mentioned 1220.

    Julienne married Gobert VI in 1221. Gobert (son of Joffroi I and Elisabeth de Dampierre) died about 20 Aug 1263. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    1. Gobert VII died between 24 Aug 1278 and Apr 1280; was buried in Verdun, Meuse, France.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Roger de Rozoy (son of Renaud de Rozoy and Julienne de Rumigny); died before 1286.

    Roger married Alix d'Avesnes. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  2. 3.  Alix d'Avesnes (daughter of Jacques d'Avesnes and Adela of Guise).


    Mentioned 1237.

    1. 1. Julienne de Rozoy

Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Renaud de Rozoy (son of Clarembaud de Rosoy and Elizabeth of Namur).


    Lord of Rozoy and the Château-Porcien. Mentioned 1171.

    Renaud married Julienne de Rumigny. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  2. 5.  Julienne de Rumigny (daughter of Nicolas III de Rumigny and Eve de Chièvres 'dite Domizon).


    Mentioned 1171.

    1. 2. Roger de Rozoy died before 1286.

  3. 6.  Jacques d'Avesnes was born in 1150 (son of Nicholas d'Oisy and Matilda de la Roche); died on 7 Sep 1191 in Arsulf, Palestine.


    Also called Jacques d'Avesnes.

    From Wikipedia:

    He was the lord of Avesnes, Condé, and Leuze from 1171. In November 1187, James joined the Third Crusade as leader of a detachment of French, Flemish, and Frisian crusaders arriving by ship on the Israeli coast near Acre around 10 September 1189. James and his men came as military reinforcements for the Siege of Acre. At the Battle of Arsulf, James was thrown from his saddle and, after slaying fifteen enemy warriors, was himself cut down. The next day, a search party of Hospitallers and Templars found his body on the battlefield. It was taken back to Arsuf and buried there in a ceremony attended by Richard the Lionheart and Guy of Lusignan.

    Jacques married Adela of Guise in 1180. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  4. 7.  Adela of Guise (daughter of Bouchard of Guise and Alix).


    Also called Ameline de Guise.

    1. 3. Alix d'Avesnes
    2. Mathilde d'Avesnes died after 5 Nov 1236.
    3. Ida d'Avesnes died about 23 Sep 1216.
    4. Gautier II d'Avesnes died after 1243.
    5. Bouchard IV d'Avesnes was born about 1181; died on 7 Sep 1244.

Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Clarembaud de Rosoy was born in in of Rosoy, Thiérache, Oise, France (son of Gerard); died before 1158.


    Lord of Rozoy.

    Clarembaud married Elizabeth of Namur before 1 Feb 1131. Elizabeth (daughter of Godfrey of Namur and Sibylle de Château Porcéan) died after 1141. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  2. 9.  Elizabeth of Namur (daughter of Godfrey of Namur and Sibylle de Château Porcéan); died after 1141.


    Or Isabell.

    1. 4. Renaud de Rozoy

  3. 10.  Nicolas III de Rumigny (son of Nicolas II de Rumigny and Alix of Hainaut).


    Mentioned 1132.

    Nicolas married Eve de Chièvres 'dite Domizon after 1150. Eve (daughter of Guy de Chièvres and Ida van Ath) was born about 1110. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  4. 11.  Eve de Chièvres 'dite Domizon was born about 1110 (daughter of Guy de Chièvres and Ida van Ath).


    Also called Ide, Idon, Damison.

    1. 5. Julienne de Rumigny
    2. Nicholas IV de Rumigny died about 19 Feb 1205.

  5. 12.  Nicholas d'Oisy (son of Wautier I d'Oisy and Ida de Mortagne); died between 1169 and 1171.


    Lord of Avesnes.

    Nicholas married Matilda de la Roche before 1150. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  6. 13.  Matilda de la Roche (daughter of Henry I de la Roche and Matilda von Limburg).
    1. 6. Jacques d'Avesnes was born in 1150; died on 7 Sep 1191 in Arsulf, Palestine.

  7. 14.  Bouchard of Guise (son of Guy de Guise and Aveline de Montmorency dit Machanie).


    Also called Bernhard de Guise.

    Bouchard married Alix. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  8. 15.  Alix
    1. 7. Adela of Guise