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Simon I de Montfort

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Simon I de Montfort
Bornc. 1025
Montfort l'Amaury,
Kingdom of France
Died25 September 1087(1087-09-25) (aged 61–62)
BuriedEpernon, Kingdom of France
Spouse(s)Isabel de Broyes
Agnes d'Evreux
FatherAmaury I deMontfort
MotherBertrade de Gometz

Simon I de Montfort (c. 1025 – 25 September 1087) was a French nobleman. He was born in Montfort l'Amaury, in the Duchy of Normandy, and became its lord. He was the son of Amaury I of Montfort[1] (c. 1000–1031) and Bertrade. At his death he was buried about 20 miles (32 km) away in Epernon, because it was the site of the fortress he was instrumental in constructing.

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Progeny

Simon I first married Isabel de Broyes (b. 1034, Broyes, Marne, France), daughter of Hugh Bardoul. Their children were:

Simon I's second marriage was to Agnes d'Evreux (b. 1030), daughter of Richard, Count of Évreux.[2] Their children were:

References

  1. ^ Daniel Power, The Norman Frontier in the Twelfth and Early Thirteenth Centuries, (Cambridge University Press, 2004), 332.
  2. ^ The Normans and Their Adversaries at War, ed. Richard Philip Abels, Bernard S. Bachrach, (Boydell Press, 2001), 141.
  3. ^ Women, Power, and Violence in Orderic Vitalis's "Historia Ecclesiastica", Jean Blacker, Violence Against Women in Medieval Texts, ed. Anna Roberts, (University Press of Florida, 1998), 46.
  4. ^ Robert Curthose Reassessed, Judith A. Green, Anglo-Norman Studies: Proceedings of the Battle Conference, Volume 22, ed. Christopher Harper-Bill, (The Boydell Press, 2000), 97.
  5. ^ a b c (FR) André Châtelain, Châteaux forts et féodalité en Ile de France, du XIème au XIIIème siècle, (Nonette, 1983), 20.


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