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Ermengaud II de Sabran

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  1. 1.  Ermengaud II de Sabran (son of Elzéar de Sabran and Cécile d'Agoult de Pontevès); died between 19 May 1310 and 27 Jul 1310.


    Baron d'Ansouis. Count of Ariano in 1293.

    Ermengaud married Laudune d'Albe de Roquemartine about 1275. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    1. St. Elzéar de Sabran was born in 1285 in Saint-Jean-de-Robians, near Cabrières-d'Aigues, Provence, France; died on 27 Sep 1323 in Paris, France.

    Ermengaud married Alix de Baux de Puyricard about 1290. Alix (daughter of Raymond de Baux and Eustachie Etendard) died after 1 Feb 1312. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    1. Gugliemo de Sabran died after 8 Oct 1353.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Elzéar de Sabran (son of Guillaume de Sabran and Ermesinde); died after 29 Apr 1300.


    See the entry on his father for his precise relationship to the seigneurie of Uzès.

    Elzéar married Cécile d'Agoult de Pontevès before 1260. Cécile (daughter of Isnard III dit d'Entrevennes d'Agoult and Beatrix de Marseille) died after 29 Apr 1300. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  2. 3.  Cécile d'Agoult de Pontevès (daughter of Isnard III dit d'Entrevennes d'Agoult and Beatrix de Marseille); died after 29 Apr 1300.
    1. 1. Ermengaud II de Sabran died between 19 May 1310 and 27 Jul 1310.

Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Guillaume de Sabran (son of Rainou de Sabran dit du Cayler and Guillelma); died before 18 Sep 1258.


    Called de Maltortel. Seigneur of Ansouis, not Uzès as stated in Genealogics.

    "To be precise, Guillaume (de Maltortel) de Sabran inherited one eighth of the seigneurie of Uzès, and this was sold by his son Elzéar de Sabran to the bishop of Uzès on 29 June 1280. Three relatives of theirs held a half, a quarter and another eighth respectively at that time, so it is not strictly inaccurate to call Elzéar and his father Guillaume (de Maltortel) co-seigneurs of Uzès — however, this may be misleading as it was not the possession on which they mainly depended for their standing in Provence or by which they are most distinctly identified." [Peter Stewart, 31 Aug 2020, post to SGM]

    Guillaume married Ermesinde. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  2. 5.  Ermesinde
    1. 2. Elzéar de Sabran died after 29 Apr 1300.

  3. 6.  Isnard III dit d'Entrevennes d'Agoult (son of Isnard II d'Entrevennes d'Agoult and Douceline de Pontevès); died after 1277.


    Seigneur d'Agoult.

    Isnard married Beatrix de Marseille about 1242. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  4. 7.  Beatrix de Marseille (daughter of Geofroi Reforciat).


    Mentioned 1255.

    1. 3. Cécile d'Agoult de Pontevès died after 29 Apr 1300.

Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Rainou de Sabran dit du Cayler (son of Rostaing II de Sabran and Roscie).


    Also called Rénier. Lord of Caylar and Ansouis. Mentioned 1155.

    Rainou married Guillelma. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  2. 9.  Guillelma
    1. 4. Guillaume de Sabran died before 18 Sep 1258.

  3. 12.  Isnard II d'Entrevennes d'Agoult was born in 1183 (son of Isnard d'Entrevennes); died before 15 Feb 1244.


    Sire de Sault.

    Isnard married Douceline de Pontevès before 1213. Douceline (daughter of Foulques de Pontevès and Mabile de Callian) was born about 1190; died after 1256. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

  4. 13.  Douceline de Pontevès was born about 1190 (daughter of Foulques de Pontevès and Mabile de Callian); died after 1256.
    1. 6. Isnard III dit d'Entrevennes d'Agoult died after 1277.

  5. 14.  Geofroi Reforciat (son of Raimond Geofroi II and Ixmile Marquise).


    Viscount of Marseille. Mentioned 1213.

    1. 7. Beatrix de Marseille