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Saturday, January 5, 2013
G28: 189111952 Dunstanville-Langetot
189111952. Alan de Dunstanville
& 189111953. Emma de Langetot
~1115, Alan born in Tehidy, Cornwall, England, s/o §Reynold
de Dunstaville & 378223905. Alicia de Warren.
~1130, Emma born, d/o §Thomas Corbet.
12/22/1135, King Stephen succeeded King Henry I of England;
beginning a civil war with Empress Maud, d/o King Henry I, that would last
almost his entire reign.
7/1141 at Oxford, Alan and his uncle Robert de Dunstanville
witnessed a charter of Empress Maud.
Alan married 2nd Isabella ?. [She survived Alan.]
12/19/1154, Henry II succeeded King Stephen of England.
1155, At Oxford, Alan, and the King of the Scots, Malcom IV,
witnessed a charter of Empress Maud to Haughmond Abbey.
Bef. 1156, Alan, lord of the manor of Tihedy, died before his
father; holding 8 knight’s fees of the Count of Arundel in Sussex.
(S) The Dormant and Extinct Baronage of England, Banks, Publ.
1837. (S) History of the Manor and Ancient Baroun of Castle Combe, 1852, P19.
(S) Foundation for Medieval Genealogy.
·Geoffrey de Dunstanville confirmed grants by his
grandmother Emma de Langetot to an abbey. (S) The Cartulary of Missenden Abbey,
by Missenden Abbey, 1938.
·The ‘Dunstaville’ families have other lineages documented
in various sources.
·Alicia de Warren d/o Reginald de Warren (745647810), s/o 639664244. Earl
William de Warenne I & 639664245. Gundred
Child of Alan and Emma: i. Cicely de Dunstanville (94555977), born ~1150 in England.