311835900. Seigneur Juhel II de Mayenne & 311835901. Clemence de Ponthieu
~1095, Juhel born in France, s/o §§Seigneur Gauthier de Mayenne & Aline de Beaugency.
~1095, Clemence born in France, d/o 756472972. Count Robert de Beleme & 756472973. Agnes of Ponthieu. [Usually given as d/o her brother Guillaume [William], but the timeline does not fit.]
By 1113, Juhel’s father died, his older brother Hamelin succeeding. (S) Anglo-Norman Studies XVII, 1994, P58.
3/7/1113, Radulfus Filgeriensis with his wife Avitia donated property to the abbey of Holy Trinity, Savigny, subscribed by … Hamelinus Meduanensis, Johellus frater eius. (S) FMG.
[––Juhel & Clemence––]
~1114, Juhel married Clemence de Ponthieu.
1116, Rotbertus miles de Sancto Dionisio confirmed the donation of property to Mont-Saint-Michel … agreeing to obtain the consent of Hamelino de Meduana domino meo, signed by Juhellis fratris Hamelini Meduani. (S) FMG.
1119, Juhel succeeded his brother Hamelin as Seigneur de Mayenne. (S) FMG.
1120, Bishop Hildebert confirmed a charter of Juhel to priory of Marmoutier at Mayenne. (S) Anglo-Norman Studies XVII, 1994, P58.
6/26/1128, Juhello principe Meduane et uxore eius Clementia et filio eorum Gaufrido primogenito subscribed a charter under which property was restored to the abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel. (S) FMG.
1130 Pipe Roll: Joheli de Meduana in Middlesex. (S) FMG.
1135, Conan III (319836090) returned the town of Rennes to Robert, heir of Andre de Vitre, who went into rebellion. Conan gathers his troop at Châteaugiron, and besieges and quickly takes Vitré. Robert II, his wife Emma and his sons André and Robert take refuge with Henri de Fougères; but Conan III orders the latter to drive them out. Robert then goes to Juhel II de Mayenn (311835900). Conan III, in order to break this alliance, gives his daughter Constance in marriage to Geoffroi (155917950) the son of Juhel II.
12/22/1135, Stephen of Blois succeeded Henry I as King of England.
8/1/1137, Louis VII succeeded Louis VI as king of France.
1144, Juhellus Goualterii filius, dominus castelli Meduanæ … matre mea Adelina et sorore Felicia, organised the transfer of the monks of Saint-Martin to Mayenne castle, for the souls of Gaufredi … avi mei et Gualterii patris mei … Hamelini fratris mei. (S) FMG.
1144, Juhel became a Plantagenet vassal in France. (S) Anglo-Norman Studies XVII, 1994, P188.
1157 Pipe Roll: Joheli de Maiena in Somerset; and Joheli de Maiena under Nova Placita & Nove Conventiones in Devonshire. (S) FMG.
1158, An act of Juhel. (S) Anglo-Norman Studies XVII, 1994, P188.
12/23/1161, Juhel II de Mayenne died.
Clemence died. (S) FMG.
Child of Juhel and Clemence:
i. Geoffroy III de Mayenne (155917950), born ~1115 in France.