~1045, Roger born in France, s/o §§Baron William d’Aubigny.
~1055, Amicia born in England, d/o §§Earl Roger de Mowbrai of Northumberland.
1056, Roger’s father died.
10/25/1066, William I crowned King of England.
~1073, Roger married Amicia.
1081, ‘Rogerii de Albiniaco, filiique sui Rualoc …’ are named as witnesses at the court of William I, King of England, which records an agreement between the monks of Marmoutier and ‘Gaufridus Nervei filius.’
Aft. 1081, Roger de Albini died. [Likely in France.]
1081-86, Amicia’s father died, her brother Robert (fl.1086, d.1125) succeeding as Earl of Northumberland.
1126, King Henry I confirmed donations of property to the abbey of Holy Trinity, Lessay by ‘Roger de Albineio and Amicia his wife with the consent of their sons William and Nigel’.
(S) Miscellanea Genealogica Et Heraldica, Bannerman, 2001, P307. (S) Foundation for Medieval Genealogy.
1080, A charter of Guillaume II Duke of Normandy, confirmed in a charter of King William I, confirmed the foundation of Caen Sainte-Trinité and its possessions, including the donation of ‘quam habebat in Grainvilla, pro filia sua ibi facta monacha’ made by ‘Rogerius de Molbray.’
Children of Roger and Amicia:
i. William d’Aubigny (378250248), born ~1075 in England.
ii. Nigel de Albini (378250240), born ~1080 in England.