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Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Seigneur Enguerrand of Coucy & Domini Agnes de Beaugency

 189110460. Seigneur Enguerrand of Coucy & 189110461. Domini Agnes de Beaugency

~1115, Enguerrand born in Coucy, France, s/o §§Seigneur Thomas de Marla of Coucy  & Mélisende de Crécy-sur-Serre.

~1120, Agnes born in France, d/o §§Seigneur Raoul de Baugency & 378220923. Mathilde de Vermandois, d/o 636464186. Count Hugh of France & 636464187. Adele of Vermandois.

[Undated] ‘Ingelrannum de Marla et Robertum Bovensem et filiam nomine matris’ children of Thomam de Marla and his wife Mélisende. (S) Genealogiæ Scriptoris Fusniacensis.

1130, Enguerrand’s father died, his mother living.

4/16/1131, A charter dated of the restoration of ‘Erlons et manso sancti Lamberti’ to Laon Saint-Vincent, witnessed by Gerardi vicedomini, Nicholai castellani ... domine Milesendis [Enguerrand’s mother], Ingelranni filii euus ...

[––Enguerrand & Agnes––]

1132, Enguerrand married to Agnes.

[Undated] Enguerrand made donation to Thenailles abbey with consent of his wife Agnes and daughter Ada.

6/1147, Enguerrand, Seigneur de Coucy et de Marle, left on crusade with King Louis VII.

1/4/1148, The crusaders fought in a battle at Laodicea against the Turks.

1/7/1148 in the area of Mount Cadmus, at night, the rear guard was surrounded and attacked. The French suffered many losses. Louis decided to return to his water route.

1/20/1148, After additional battles, the crusaders reached Atalya.

1148, Louis’ barons decided that they best move in defense of the holy lands would be to retake Damascus. There, due to heat, lack of water, and disagreement on plans, the seige eventually failed.

1/20/1148, After additional battles, the crusaders reached Atalya.

3/19/1148, The crusaders reached Antioch.

1148, At Damascus, due to heat, lack of water, and disagreements on plans, the seige failed after 4 days. King Louis, sending most of the forces back.

By 11/1149, All of the surviving crusaders had returned.

By 1166, Enguerrand died. [His son confirmed a donation he had made.]


Aft. 1173, Agnes [Raoul’s mother] uxor domini Ingelranni de Cociaco’, daughter of ‘domina de Baugenciaco primogenita’ … ‘comitis Hugonis li Maines’ … mother of ‘domini Radulphi de Cociaco, et de eodem Radulfo Ingelrannus de Cociaco, nunc vivens.’ [grandson Enguerrand living.]

Agnes died.

(S) Foundation for Medieval Genealogy.

Family notes:

§§Thomas de Marla attended the 1st crusade in 1096.

Thomas de Marla married 2nd Dame de Montaigu.

§§Mélisende de Crécy-sur-Serre, d/o §§Guy de Crécy-sur-Serre.

Thomas de Marla, s/o §§Seigneur Enguerrand de Coucy (d.1116) & Ada of Marla, heiress & d/o §§Letard de Roucy.

Enguerrand, s/o §§Seigneur Dreux de Boves, s/o §§Seigneur Alberic I of Coucy and Boves.

Child of Enguerrand and Agnes:

i. Ada de Coucy, born ~1137 in Coucy, France.

ii. Raoul I de Coucy (94555230), born ~1140 in Coucy, France.

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