CPF: l`ost de Flandre 1297 - MEDIEVAL ARMORIALS

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CPF: l`ost de Flandre 1297 - MEDIEVAL ARMORIALS
An armorial of the army of invasion of Flanders
2.06-9.10.1297
(l’ost de Flandre al. Chifflet-Prinet)
Reconstructed from the editions by
Max Prinet, 1934
Paul Adam-Even, 1959
Gerard J. Brault, 1973
and
Bruxelles, KBR, ms. Goethals 673:46-50
by
Steen Clemmensen
Farum, Denmark
www.armorial.dk
CONTENTS
Introduction
2
The politics of Flanders
3
The participants and their arms
5
Armorial de l’ost de Flandre
8
Concordance of editions
35
KBR ms. Goethals 673
37
Comparison with Urfé
43
References
45
Ordinary of arms
49
Index Nominorum
52
© Steen Clemmensen, February 2008.
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Introduction
As the armorial of the army collected in 1297 by Philippe IV ‘le Bel’ roi de France for the invasion
of Flanders is already described and commented in two parts by Max Prinet (1934) and Paul Adam
(1959) and in part reissued by Gerard Brault (1973) and on the web by Brian Timms (c.2004), why
publish it anew ? The aim is fourfold: to present the armorial, with comments in English, as it might
have looked when first blazoned, secondly to present two hundred of the most important members
of the french warrior class active in the middle of the reign, thirdly to compensate for the difficulty
in obtaining the editions and manuscripts, and lastly to update the references and provide an
ordinary of its arms. Most of the information is already available and discussed in the papers by
Adam and by Prinet, and readers with knowledge of french might want to consult the original
papers for their discussion of the evidence and for details left out here. Some supplementary
information is available in either Brault RAE or Boos LBR and has not been repeated here.
Five manuscripts are known, three medieval and two late copies. The lost original, possibly collated
by a herald in the service of Robert (II) C.Artois [7], is assumed to have been blazoned:
a) present owner unknown, painted and blazoned, as an annex to a treatise 'Enseignements notables
servans aux rois d'armes, héraults et poursuivants' by Jeannet Fauquet (fl.1495-1506), herald to
Emperor Maximilian and Philippe duc de Bourgogne, once owned by Dr. Höfflinger of Wien and
with CPF/b-c-d used by Adam-Even.
b) Lille, Bibl.Municipale, ms.429 :165r-188r (anc.506), 15th century, painted, probably made by a
herald at the court of the dukes of Bourgogne, some blanks were maladroitly identified;
c) Bruxelles, KBR, ms. Goethals 673:46-50, 15th century, blazoned in a hasty hand, dated 1218 in
arabic numerals in the somewhat different introduction, french language, nearly all legends and a
few blazons are missing, many abbreviations, a few explanatory shields and notes in the margin or
in the text;
d) Besancon, Bibl.Municipale, ms.Chifflet 186:145r-154r, 17th century, blazoned, made by Jules
Chifflet (1615-1676), used by Prinet and Brault;
e) Paris, BnF, ms.fr.n.acq.6889:259r-, painted, a copy of CPF/b;
Strictly speaking this is a tentative reconstruction as only the KBR manuscript has been reviewed,
but a concordance with the previous editions is appended. The blazons included in the present
legends are taken from Prinet, Adam or Brault. The items are merged according to Paul Adam with
a head of 17 items, starting with the king of France, an insert of 3 members of the Dreux family [2224], and a tail of 35 items. Two items were overlooked by Prinet [83, 127]. A number of presumed
doubles are left as in the previous editions and the manuscripts.
Armorial references has been kept to a minimum of contemporary items, and if none were available
a few later, but major, armorials have been used. For a full set of armorial references, see
Clemmensen OM. The items in Herald’s Roll FitzWilliam version (FW) were copied from Tournoi
de Compiègne (TCO) by the collator of FW.
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The politics of Flanders
At the turn of the 13th century Flanders was an important economic and political entity. Its
economic importance was based on the large cloth manufacturing industry in the several large
towns and their trade links with the rest of Europe, not least the wool trade with England.
The factors determining the politics and size of Flanders were several, and easily exploited. Most of
Flanders was part of the kingdom of France and its count a vassal of the king. But the parts east of
the Schelde / Escaut, i.e. Aalst, Dendermonde and Waas, were part of the Holy Roman Empire, and
linguistically it was also split between french and flemish speakers. As a vassal of the king of
France the count was subject to the judicial processes of the Parlement de Paris, but like his
neighbours and occasional enemies, Brabant, Hainaut and Holland, he acted in many matters as a
sovereign. Internally there were opposition to the count from the wealthy burgher-merchants of the
towns and they in turn were often opposed by the poorer town dwellers and from time to time the
landed nobility were opposing either.
The size of Flanders fluctuated with time. Around 1100 it comprised not only the core castellanies
of Brugge / Bruges, Ghent / Gand, Courtrai / Kortrijk, Ypres / Yeper, Furnes / Veurne, Cassel,
and Bergues / Bergen, and the imperial parts, but also the country of Arras with the counties of
Boulogne, Guines, St.Pol and Hesdin and the castellanies of St.Omer, Aire, Bailleul, Bourbourg,
Lille, Arras, Douai and Bapaume. By 1300 most of Artois was relinquished to France, but still
coveted as the french king coveted the rest of Artois. And he not only coveted the remaining
castellanies (mainly Lille), but wanted to exersize his sovereignty over Flanders. The french kings
had steadily expanded their influence and after the annexation of Toulouse the king had only four
major vassals to worry about. The duc d’Aquitaine al. king of England was the major problem, but
the duc de Bretagne was also a nearly independent vassal and there was, in the eyes of the king, no
need for Flanders to emulate the previous two. The duc de Bourgogne was less of a problem being
loyal to the crown. The county of Bourgogne al. Franche-Comté was an imperial fief, though
usually aligned with the french crown.
The last male count of the maison d’Alsace was Baudouin IX ‘ of Constantinople (d.1206) and from
then to 1278 Flanders was ruled by his daughters and their husbands. The present count, Gui de
Dampierre (r.1278-1305), son of Margaret of Flanders (Alsace) and Guillaume de Dampierre, had
serious problems with the burghers of the flemish towns, who ultimately brought their grievances to
the Parlement de Paris, who summoned the count. Gui refused to obey and sought assistance from
Edward I king of England, who at the time had Aquitaine invaded by the french on a similar charge
of defiance.
The grandfather of the present french king, Philippe IV ‘le Bel’ (b.1268, r.1285-1314), was Louis
IX ‘le Sacre’ (d.1270) noted for his crusades and foreign interventions. But Philippe had fought a
rather catastophal campaign in Aragon at his accession and tried for his reign to use overt force as
little as possible and never outside France. But in order to assert his authority the french king
ordered an army to meet at Compiègne on June 2nd 1297 under his personal command, having with
him, his son Louis ‘le Hutin’ (later Louis §, r.1314-1316) and his young brother Charles C.Valois
(1270-1325). This army was shortly reinforced by Jan (I) C.Hainaut on June 23rd, crossed the border
to Flanders on August 1st, and besieged Lille, and fouraging force under the command of Robert
C.Artois fought the flemings on the plain of Bulscamp outside Furnes / Veurne on August 20th.
Lille capitulated on August 25th. An armistice was signed on October 9th.
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The result of the campaign was that Gui de Dampierre was deposed and imprisoned, and Jacques de
Châtillon de St.Pol [9] was appointed royal governor of Flanders. But the wealthy and therefore
powerful flemish merchants resented the occupation. Recognizing the unrest the governor and the
royal concellor Pierre Flote took the french army to Brügge in May 1302. As most of the rebellious
fraction had fled the city and the remaining refused to negotiate, the french harassed the town. But
at sunrise on May 18th the brugeois attacked, killed many and forced the french to retreat to Courtrai
and Lille, from which they summoned reinforcements.
The french reinforcements commanded by Robert C.Artois [7] reached Courtrai on June 26th and on
July 11th the french mounted knights met the flemish municipal infantry and mounted nobles
outside Courtrai. This ‘Battle of the Golden Spurs’ was a stunning defeat of the french with many
knights dead – and the french were driven out of Flanders. But the french could not leave Flanders
alone, not only was it a very rich province, but abandoning it might encourage others, e.g.
Aquitaine, Picardie and Bretagne, to seek formal independence of the french crown. So, the
following year Philippe ‘le Bel’ had the count of Hainaut, himself threatened by the flemings, to
open a new front on the eastern and northern borders of Flanders, while the connétable of France,
Gaucher de Châtillon, held on to the fortified town of St.Omer on the southern border. On April 4th
1303 a battle was fought at Arques in which the flemings scored a costly victory, forcing the french
back into St.Omer.
The resulting truces failed and in early 1304 a new french army led by Philippe ‘le Bel’ himself
moved north, meeting the flemings at Mons-en-Pèvèle on May 18th. The french won a costly, but
decisive victory, which halted the flemish indepence movement for many years, sealed with the
peace treaty of Athis-sur-Orge in 1305.
Many of the nobles who took part in the first succesful campaing of 1297 later died either at
Courtrai or at Mons.
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The participants and their arms
The army marshalled at Compiègne in June 1297 was a feudal host of nobles called up by
individual summons from the king through his baillis and sénéchals. As such most of the nobles
would have marched, camped and fought with men of their own region. Such summonses would
have been served months ahead to allow for travelling from the South and the East across wooded
highlands. Besides the newly summoned men, others were recalled from the occupation of
Aquitaine, a march of some 700 km. From Compiègne they marched the 130 km across the northern
french plain to Lille in three weeks, being reinforced there by the C.Hainaut. Investing Lille their
supplies needed replenishment, and the french dispatched a large fouraging party towards the coast
near Furnes / Veurne, 70 km off, which the flemings tried unsuccesfully to intercept on August 20th.
When relief became unlikely, Lille capitulated in less than a week and the flemings sued for peace.
Is this reflected in the armorial? The answer is both yes and no. This is not an order of battle
armorial as is e.g. the Galloway Roll (London, College of Arms, ms. M 14 bis) giving two
formations involved in an action of 1300 in Scotland, but more like a traditional roll of arms starting
with a segment of titled nobles followed by barons and knights. But there are traces of a regional
order. The items 30-62 belong mainly to nobles having their origin in the old royal domain, modern
Ile-de-France including the Vexin, south-western Beauvoisis and western Champagne.The next, 6395, can be placed in Picardie, closest to the flemish border. This segment ends with a younger son
of the D.Brabant (Godefroi S.Aerschot [95]) and five other with flemish and hainauter origin. The
fourth segment, items 96-112, are men of Normandie as noted by Michel Popoff (Marche d’Armes
II, Normandie, Paris 1983). The three regions were probably named in the margins of the source
manuscript (Brault ERA 84). From there the structure becomes less clear with from three to seven
segments of men from Bretagne (items 158-173), the Poitou-Touraine-Limousin (items 137-173,
182-191), a few from Bourgogne (items 192-197) and again some from Picardie (items 174-181,
198-202) with a few individuals and men from Hainaut sprinkled into it.
Do we have all the army here. Probably not, though the infantry and mounted sergeants are of
course not included, the army would probably have comprised some 1500 to 2500 knights and
noble squires, and what we have here are practically all men of substance. The king would have
wanted a substantial force, but hardly the (in medieval terms) overwhelming force collected for the
Courtrai campaign of 1302 and the Mons-en-Pévèle campaign of 1304, where some 3000 knights
were present at each, but probably more than the 800 estimated for the holding of the border before
the battle of Arques in 1303 (deVries 14, 34, 28). From the above and a look at the titled nobles it
appears that the summonses were only issued to nobles living in the North-East and along the lower
Seine and Loire-Vienne rivers. The men of Bourgogne might well have been recalled from
Aquitaine along with a few brabantians and others in french service. In addition, some flemings of
the loyal french party (the Lelierts, from the fleur-de-lis) led by Guilbert châtelain de Bergues [92]
were also present. The flemish nationalists were known as the Liepaerts, from the lion of the
comital arms.
For the authorship Paul Adam speculated that the armorial was collated in blazon by a herald in the
service of Robert C.Artois [7], the principal field commander. That might well be the case, but the
only argument for it is that it would be an obvious job or interest for a commander’s herald. The
only hard evidence at hand is that at least one manuscript (either the original or more likely a later
copy) was handed down through a succession of heralds in the service of the duc & comte de
Bourgogne & C.Flandre & Artois &c until it landed in the hands of Joannet Fauquët (fl.1497-1506),
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a picardian in the service of the habsburger emperor-duke Maximilian. As with many other
manuscripts from the burgundian courts copies have been found in the major depositories: Wien,
Lille, Besancon and Bruxelles. Though the weight of probability is on the source manuscript to
have survived in the Low Countries, Robert D.Bourgogne [12], Otton C.Bourgogne [11] or even
Gui C.St.Pol [9] might have been the sponsor. The manuscripts provides themselves little evidence
of the authorship or early survival.
The date given at the beginning of the armorial is August 1297, which appears probable, though the
compilation might well have been carried out later. Two items are curious: Robert de Wavrin
S.St.Venant [91] and Jean de Haverskerke S.Hondschoote [93] placed with the leader of the
Lelierts, Guilbert châtelain de Bergues [92]. Both were reportedly among the defenders of Lille
(Funck-Brentano PB 239) and ought to have been excluded from the armorial. But both had a
history of loyal service to the french king and must have been received into this grace and trust
immediately after the surrender of Lille on August 25th. Especially Robert de St.Venant was trusted
with important duties during the following years.
Returning to the 202 coats-of.arms and their bearers, there are only five items for which we do not
have independent evidence of the relationship between man and arms (items 134, 167, 178, 183,
196) in the material available. There are probably a dozen items where the coats-of-arms deviate
from what is currently acknowledged as correct. They are mostly minor variants, having the colours
inverted or the drawing simplified as in the arms of Champagne [28]. In the case of Preuilly [83,
177] the cause might be that a charge (a maunch gules) was omitted leaving only the orle of eagles,
not azure as they ought to be, but gules as the omitted charge. For Magnac [185] and Ville [176] the
minor charges were misplaced and for Werchin [189] omitted. Such mistakes are common when
blazons are copied.
The arms of France [1] are not a courtesy only, as the king of France, Philippe ‘le Bel’, was present
in person, though probably not always and mainly leaving the actual command to the professional
soldiers. From there the pride of place goes to the young members of the royal family, brothers and
cousins of the king, and nominal commanders. Following them comes the high nobility, not
necessarily by rank or importance, but by family. The crucial ally Jean C.Hainaut being placed as
item 17 and Jean D.Bretagne, not a count, probably the most powerful vassal next to the defiant Gui
C.Flandre as item 13, after the Artois and Châtillon-St.Pol families. Two young royal guests,
Raymond Berenger C.Andria [5], a distant cousin of the king, and Sanchez di Aragon [5], heir to
the minor kingdom of Mallorca and to the southern border area of Roussillon, are placed with the
royal family. Another foreigner, hardly a guest, the councillor-diplomat-banker-soldier Mouche dei
Francheschi [29] given a comital title, ends the segment.
Paul Adam mentions a few differences between the painted Wien manuscript (CPF/e) and the
others, but also finding identical errors in all manuscripts, e.g. Gui Chemillé [144] and Adam
Bruyères [141]. Such errors has been emended in this edition. The S.Beauval [78] has ermine a
border engrailed gules in CPF/e, which Adam sugggests might have been intended for a now
missing Thierry van Hondschoote (XDD:2428), a fleming known to have been in french service at
the time.
In general the legends and blazons have survived in comprehensible form making it relatively easy
to establish the connection between the entries and contemporary persons. Especially if one is
working on well-researched editions, but this might also have been done with a reasonable ordinary
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of arms and the standard historical works available. In a few cases it is only the name and a
documentary note of attendance that allows one to make the connection to an anonymous entry in
another armorial. In a dozen cases it has been necessary to alter or amend the identifications of the
previous editors, usually because the precise family use of arms is hard to unravel or because of the
age and/or time of death of the incumbent lord is difficult to align with the well-established date of
this collation. The Trie family [45, 46, 53] is one example. The well-known Châtillon arms [9, 10,
81, 131] are another puzzle. In their many variants of minor charges, they are probably the most
cited coats-of-arms in medieval armorials, but whether the changes in the posture of lions from
passant to issant or rampant, or the colour change from sable to gules, are distinctive for branches
and persons, or indicate parallel use by branches, is difficult to unravel. Furthermore they influence
and might confound the blazons of similar arms [100]. A critical review of the Châtillon arms is
sorely needed.
A last example of the problems observed and the indebtedness owed to other scolarly editors of this
and other armorials is ‘mesire itier de merdoine’ [150], whom Prinet correctly identifies with Itier
de Brion S.Merdogne in the Auvergne, but with the help of de Boos is connected to the vermandois
Plessis-Brion family. But the head of the senior line, Gui S.Plessis-Brion also served in Flanders as
a banneret in 1297 – but is not to be found in this armorial. Gui is named in VER:138. Is the
anonymous entry in LBR:396 this Gui (as proposed by de Boos) or perhaps Itier?
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Armorial de l’Ost de Flandres alias Chifflet-Prinet
Vechy les noms des princes et les armes des vassaux des chevaliers des barons qui fierent en l’ost de
flandres de par monseigneur le roy de franche l’an de grace M II C et XCVII le mois d’aoust
1 le roy de franche d azur a fleurs de lis d or semees
1 BO
semy of fleurs-de-lis
Philippe IV 'le bel', Roi de France, r.1285-1314, present with the army at Lille 25.08.1297. The previous
monarchs were: Louis VIII (r.1223-1226), Louis IX 'le sacre' (r.1226-1270, son), Philippe III 'le hardi'
(r.1270-1285, son, father of Philippe IV).
2 messire charles de meme a bordure de gueules
1 B OG
fra
semy of fleurs-de-lis & border
Charles de France, C.Valois, 1270-1325, brother of Philippe IV 'le Bel', commanding the French
army invading Flanders in June 1297.
Anselme 2:235; ESNF 2:11+22 + 3:55; H Pinoteau, RFHS, 71-72:109-117, 2001-2002; XDD:1033;
LBR:178 (Charles); TCA:2;
3 messire loys de meme a baton copone d argent et de gueules
1 B OX AG
nor
semy of fleurs-de-lis & bend compony
Louis de France, 1276-1319, C.Evreux, younger brother of Philippe 'le Bel' and of Charles C.Valois
[2], husband of Marguerite de Artois. His son, Philippe 'sage/bon' (d.1343) became C.Evreux &
R.Navarre.
DBF 13; ESNF 2:13+79, 3:642; XDD:904; LYN:522;
4 messire loys de clermont de meme au baton de gueules a la molette d argent
1 B OGA
bea
semy of fleurs-de-lis & bend ch. mullet
Louis de Clermont, 1279-1342, son of Robert de Clermont (d.1317, 6th son of Louis IX 'le sacre')
and Beatrice de Bourgogne (d.1310, daughter of Agnes Dm.Bourbon). De facto administrator of his
fathers lands during Robert's illness, he took part in both the battles of Courtrai 1302 and Mons
1304. The arms of Clermont (Capet) and later Bourbon was France differenced by a bend.
DBF 6:1387; Anselme 2:135 + 1:143-201 + 1:295-380; ESNF 2:31; 3:72-76 + 90-91;
5 raymond berenger fils du roy de cecille de france a lambel de gueules a un quartier d ermines anj
1 B OEG
semy of fleurs-de-lis & canton & label
Raymond Bérenger d'Anjou, d.1305, C.d'Andria, 5th son of Charles (II) d'Anjou R.Naples (d.1309,
great grandson of Louis VIII R.France). The arms of Anjou was France with a label.
Anselme 2:1; ESNF 2:15-16 + 3:56; C. Merindol, 18.CIGH 145-170; BIG:246*; FW:24*;
WIN:1261*; URF:2690*; VER:862* (Anjou);
6 le fils du roy de mallorque pale d or et de gueules a la bordure de franche
1 O GBO
ara
paly & border flory
Sanchez di Aragon, 1276-1324, son of Jaime II R.Aragon-Mallorca (r.1276-1311) & C.Rosellón y
Cerdana, was in Orleans on 11.12.1297. He married Marie de Sicile (Anjou) in 1304 and succeded
his father in 1311.
ESNF 2:74; XDC:5570* (3 pales & border, Sanchez, 1297); XSC:266*;
, MPA:44*; TCO:4*; WIN:1262*; LBR:7* (paly);
7 le conte d'artoys de franche au lambel de gueules castelle dor
1 B OGO
art
semy of fleurs-de-lis & label castily
Robert (II) 'le noble' C.Artois, 1250-1302, husband of Amice de Courtenay Dm.Conches, killed at
Courtrai. His surviving daughter Mahaut (1368-1329) married Othon (IV) de Chalon C.Bourgogne /
Franche-Comté (d.1302). His son Philippe [8] died after Furnes and his grandson, Robert (III), born
1287, lost Artois to the french crown.
DBF 3:1201; ESNF 3.1:70; Anselme 2:3; C:31; FW:78; LBR:78+86; WIN:760; MPH:94*;
TCO:232*;
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8 messire philippe d'artoys de franche au lambel de gueules besante d argent
art
1 B OGA
Philippe d'Artois, d.1298, S.Conches, d.1297, son of Robert (II) C.Artois [7]. Captured and died of
wounds suffered at Furnes. The roundels are a difference of Artois.
XDA:18; see [7];
9 le conte de sainct polde gueules a .iij. pals de vair et un chief d or a lambeau d azur
1 G ZOB
art
3 pales & chief & label
Guy (III) de Châtillon, d.1317, C.St.Pol-en-Ternois (dep Pas-de-Calais), bouteiller de France.
ESNF 7:18; Anselme 6:91; XRA 1:195t12n1; XDA:12; FW66+405; C:27; D:33; TCO:233;
VER:623 (Gui);
10 messire jacques de sainct pol porte telels armes a la fleur de lis sable issant
1 G ZOS
ver
3 pales & chief ch. fleur-de-lis couped
Jacques (I) de Châtillon, d.1302, S.Leuze & Condé, younger brother of Gui (III) C.St.Pol [8],
governor of Flanders from 1300, killed at Courtrai.
XDA:251; TCO:239 (Jacq); C:181; FW:380; D:76; WIN:883;
11 le conte de bourgoigne d azur au lion billete d or
1 B OO
frc
lion, billety
Otton (IV) de Châlon, c.1248-1303, C.Bourgogne 1279-1295, cousin of Guillaume C.Auxerre [26],
son-in-law of Robert C.Artois [7], sold the county to Philippe 'le bel', died of wounds after Courtrai.
A member of the Vienne family, who bore {Gu eagle Ar}, he as a Pfalzgraf of HRR was aligned with
the gibellin party, but in 1290 changed sides to the guelph party and changed his arms to the present
arms of Franche-Comté, the Freigrafschaft von Burgund.
ESNF 2:60; Bouly EHT 109; Galbreath LH 248; R. Willoughby, CoA 1998, 184:320-328; XCB:217
(eagle); XCB:1292; XDD:443 (lion); TCO:193; LBR:117+437; WIN:1084; FW:505;
12 le duc de bourgoigne bande d or a une bordure de gueules
1 O BG
bur
bendy & border
Robert (II) D.Bourgogne, 1248-1305, husband of Agnes de France (1260-1337), sister of Philippe
III 'le hardi'.
ESNF 2:11 + 20-21; XDD:470; FW:32; TCO:192; LBR:13+416; WIN:1083;
13 le conte de bretaigne echequete d or et d d azur a une bordure de gueules au quartier d
ermines
1 § EG OB
bre
checky & canton & border
Jean (II) de Dreux, 1238-1305, D.Bretagne 1286, created pair of France in 1297 - after the
campaign. He was married to Beatrice, daughter of Henry III R.England. The canton ermine was
added to the Vermandois & border of Dreux by the first Dreux duke, his grandfather Pierre 'mauclerc'
(r.1213-1237) as a pun on Bretagne armoricaine. His grandson, duke Jean (III) adpted the ermine
plain in 1312.
Anselme 2:37; ESNF 2:18-19; XDD:539; WIN:1017; D:36; WIN:921; C:24; TCO:61;
14 artus de bretaigne de meme la bordure engresle
1 § EG OB
bre
checky & canton & border engrailed
Arthur (II) de Bretagne, 1262-1312, eldest son of Jean [13], succeded as duke in 1305.
XDD:540; WIN:922 (s.n.); FW:53 (E.Richmond);
15 pierre de bretaigne les armes le conte la bordure besantee d argent
bre
1 § EGO OB checky & canton & border roundely
Pierre de Bretagne, 1263-1311, V.Léon 1293, younger brother of Jean [13]. WIN:1018 (s.n.);
16 le conte de roussy d or au lion d azur
1 OB
cha
lion rampant
Jean (IV) de Pierrepont, d.1304, C.Roucy.
ESNF 3.4:678-680, a.o.; Bouly EHT 106; XDD:1025; C:33; TCO:12; TCA:4; LBR:111+377+710;
WIN:826;
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17 le conte de hainaut de noir a un lion d or
1 OS
hai
lion rampant
Jean (II) d'Avesnes, 1247-1304, C.Hainault 1257, C.Holland 1300, son of Jan/Jean (I) C.Hainaut and
Adelheid van Holland (d.1284). He led the contingent from Hainaut in 1297 and in 1302 fought the
flemings on the eastern and western border of Flanders. Jean adopted the lion of Flanders and
discarded the chevrons of Hainault. His grandfather Burchard d'Avesnes had married Margareta,
daughter of Baudouin IX C.Flanders & Hainaut & emperor of Byzans (d.1205).
ESNF 2:4; XDD:651; URF:1876;
18 n.. de hu d'azur au lion billete d'or
1 B OO
cha
lion, billety
Jean (II) de Brienne, d.1302, C.Eu & Guisnes, killed at Courtrai. Prinet has his father, Jean (d.1294).
ESNF 3.4: 681-687; Bouly EHT 100; Anselme 6:135; XDD:1569; XEP:310-312; LBR:216;
19 li contes de bouloinge d'or a un fanuns de gueulles
1 OG
bou
gonfanon
Robert (VI) C.Boulogne & Auvergne, 2nd son of Robert (V) C.Auvergne & Boulogne (d.1277), who
inherited Boulogne in 1260. Arms of Auvergne.
ESNF 3:735; Anselme 2:217; TCO:260; LBR:104+389; WIN:1231; FW:81;
20 mesire godefroit de bouloinge celles mesmes a un baston d'asur
1 O GB
bou
gonfanon & bend
Godefroid de Boulogne, d.1302, younger brother of Robert [19], formerly in holy orders, but
resigned and was knighted, killed at Courtrai. see [19];
21 li contes d'abbeville d'asur a trois bandes d'or et a une bordure de gueulles
1 B OG
pon
3 bends & border
Jean de Ponthieu, c.1264-1302, C.Aumale 1260 & S.Epernon 1270, son of Ferdinand (II) de
Ponthieu (Castille-Burgund), infante de Castille & C.Aumale (d.<1269) and Laure de Montfort
Dm.Epernon (d.1270), killed at Courtrai. Arms of Ponthieu.
ESNF 2:63 + 3:124B; Popoff P; Recueil HF 21:20+191+639; HCN:427*; LBR:116* (Or-Az-Gu);
TCO:263* (Ar-Az-Gu; all Aumale);
22 le conte de dreux echequete d or et d azur a une bordure de gueules
1 O BG
fra
checky & border
Jean (II) 'le Bon', d.1309, C.Dreux & Braine & Montfort-l'Amaury & Joigny, son of Robert (d.1282)
and Beatrice de Montfort-l'Amaury, husband of Jeanne de Beaujeu (d.1308), the daughter of the
connétable Humbert de Beaujeu and Isabelle de Mello. He was also present at Courtrai.
Anselme 1:423 (Dreux-Perche); Bouly EHT 63; ENSF 3:63; XDD:732; C:26; TCA:3; VER:727;
TCO:330; LBR:106+177; WIN:3; WIN:895;
23 robert de dreux de meme a lionceaux d argent en la bordure
1 O BGA
bre
checky & border ch. lions
Robert (II) de Dreux, d.1303, S.Château-de-Loir, brother of Jean [22], killed in Flanders. The border
in of Montfort, his mothers family.
24 robert de dreux les armes le conte de dreux la bordure engreslee
1 O BG
fra
checky & border engrailed
Robert (II) de Dreux, 1265-c.1306, S.Beu (dep Eure-et-Loir) & Bagnaux & la Chapelle-Gauthier &
C.Squilance, married firstly Yolande de Vendôme (d.<1306), and secondly Marguerite de Beaumont
Cs.Chamerlan (in Sicily), widow of Jean de Montfort C.Squillace. He was in the retinue of the
C.Valois and also served in Flanders in 1303.
Boos LBR 158; Anselme 1:422-433; ESNF 3.1:64; LBR:200 (Rob);
10
25 li contes de la marche burele d'argent et d'asur
1 AB
poi
barruly
Hugues (XIII) de Lusignan, d.1302, C.la Marche & Angoulême, son of Hugues (XII, d.1270), took
part in the Flanders campaign of 1320 and died in november.
Anselme 4:80-81; ESNF 3.4:689+815-816; XCB:103; FW:514 (C.laMarche) + 515 (Gui);
TCO:269+272; LBR:679+683;
26 li contes d'auchoire de gheulles a une bande d'or et a un escuchon du duc de bourgoigne en la
bande
1 GO
frc
bend ch. escutch {bendy Or-Az & border Gu}
Guillaume (III) de Chalons, d.1304, C.Auxerre & Tonnere, son of Jean (I) S.Rochefort & j.u.
C.Auxerre & Tonnerre (c.1243-1309) and Alix de Bourgogne (Capet) Cs.Auxerre (d.1290), and
cousin of Othon C.Bourgogne [11]. He was killed at Mons-en-Pévèle. In 1292 he married Eleonore
de Savoie, who later remarried with Dreux (IV) de Mello [193] and Jean (I) C.Forez). The
inescutcheon is Bourgogne (Capet), borne in the lifetime of his father.
ESNF 2:60-61 + 3:121; Anselme 2:200; see [194];
27 li contes de fores de gheules a un daufin d'or
1 GO
foz
dolphin
Jean (I), 1275-1333, C.Forez, son and heir of Guigues (VI, d.1278) and Jeanne de Montfort
(d.1300). He married in 1296 Alix de la Tour du Pin, daughter of Humbert dauphin de Viennois. He
was conseiller du roi from 1315 and guardian of the coclave at Lyon 1316 for the election of pope
Johannes XXII.
ESNF 3:737; sigil, Coll.AN #679 (Jean, 1307); C:37; LBR:105+421; WIN:1164;
28 li contes de sansoire d'asur a une bande d'or et a deux cotices d'argent
1 B OA
cha
bend cotised
Etienne (II), o.s.p.1306, comte de Sancerre (dep Cher) c.1280, husband of Marie de Lusignan-laMarche. He took part in the campaign of 1285 in Aragon, jousted at Chauvency in october of the
same year, and fought in both Flanders and Gascony 1297, in Italy 1301, and commanded the
garrison of Lille in 1302. The arms of Sancerre (Champagne) is {Az bend Ar cotised potenty Or}.
Anselme 2:850; Recueil HF 22:223+532 a.o.; sigil, ANdF #439 (Etienne, 1288); TCH:12*;
FW:70*; TCA:6*; TMO:124*; LBR:25*+76*+656*;
29 li contes de venise palle d'argent et d'asur et a une fesse d'or
1 § O AB
flo
paly & fess
Musciato Guido dit Mouche dei Francheschi, a florentine banker cum diplomat cum soldier known to
have been with the french in Flanders 1297. He and his brother Biche came from the family of
Francheschi del quartier San Giovanni in Firenze. The legend,mentioned in the Cronique artésienne, means
C.Venaissin (dep Vaucluse), a title not known to have be bestowed upon him. The term 'franchois' must have
been in the margin of the original indicating a subsegment of men from Ile-de-France.
Prinet CPF 7; Funck- Brentano PB 240; Crollalanza DH 1:429* (Az 3 pales Or); XDC:5393 (Biche dei
Francheschi);
30 li sires de monmoranchi d'or a une crois de gheules et a seize egles d'asur es quatre
cartiers
1 O GB
fra
cross acc. 16 eagles
Mathieu (IV) 'le grand' de Montmorency, d.c.1304, S.Montmorency, son of Mathieu (d.1270) and
Jeanne de Brienne-Ramerupt. In 1273 he married Marie de Dreux (d.1277), daughter of Robert (IV)
C.Dreux and sister of Jean [22]., and in 1282 he married secondly Jeanne de Lévis. Mathieu served in
Spain in 1285 and was appointed grand chambellan de France and in 1295 amiral de France. He
joined the french army in Flanders by 1303.
ESNF 14:116-119; Anselme 3:571-572; Brault RAE 2:301-302; XDD:2946-2648 (Mathieu);
FW:474; C:111; TCA:11; HCN:45; LBR:179; WIN:7;
11
31 li vicomtes de meleun d'asur a sept tourtiaus d'or et au chief d'or
1 B OO
fra
7 roundels & chief
Adam (IV) de Melun, d.1305, V.Melun, 2nd son of Adam (d.1250) and the Cs.Sancerre, husband of
Jeanne de Sully (d.1306). He succeded his brother Guillaume (III) in 1278.
ESNF 7:55; Anselme 5:224; XDD:698-699 (Adam, 1285, 1287); TCO:13; TCA:24; VER:720;
HCN:417; LBR:197+895; FW:475; WIN:19;
32 mesire symon de meleun les armes celles mesmes a trois oiseles de gheules au chief
1 B OOG
fra
7 roundels & chief ch. 3 martlets
Simon de Melun, d.1302, S.la Loupe & Marchéville, maréchal de France c.1293, sénéchal de Poitou
& Limousin & Périgord & Quercy, brother of Adam [31], killed at Courtrai.
Anselme 5:224+246 + 6:640; Boos LBR 155; XDD:5140 (Simon); XDC:5987 (Simon); VER:721
(Sim);
33 mesire bouchart de marli or a un crois de gheules a quatre egles d'asur es quatre quartiers fra
1 O GB
cross acc. 4 eagles
Bourchard de Marly (Montmorency), d.c1298, son of Mathieu (II) S.Marly and Marguerite de Lévis
(d.1327) and brother of Mahieu (III, d.1305) the échanson de France. The arms with 4 eaglets were
replaced by the senior branch around 1240, but were kept by the Marly branch.
Anselme 3:659; XDA:444; XDD:2460; LBR:205 (Mahieu III); TCO:15;
34 mesire amouri de mullant noir a un lion d'argent a la ceue fourcie
1 SA
fra
lion q.f.
Amaury (III) de Meulan, o.s.p.1297, S.Queue & Gournay, eldest son of Amaury (II, d.c.1273) and
Marguerite Dm.Neubourg (d.1277).
Anselme 2:403; XDD:2827 (Amaury, 1283); LBR:162; VER:743; WIN:43 (Amaury); TCO:85*
(lion rampant);
35 mesire willame crespin fasce d'argent et de gheules endente de l'un et l'autre
1 AG
nor
lozengy
Guillaume (V) de Crespin, d.1313, S.Bec &c, maréchal de France 1283, son of Guillaume and Amicie
de Roye. he married Jeanne de Mortemer, daughter and heiress of Guillaume de Mortemer baron
Varangeville & hereditary connétable de Normandie, a charge then occupied by Guillaume and his
heirs. He served on the african crusade of Louis IX 'le sacre' in 1269 and also served in Flanders in
1303-1304.
Anselme 6:631; Brault RAE 2:126; XRO:1201; XDN:215-216; LBR:199 (Guil); WIN:39; A:296;
TMO:68;
36 mesire guillames ses fieus porte celles armes au lambiaus d'asur
1 A GB
nor
lozengy & label
Guillaume de Crespin jr, d.<1330, eldest son and heir son of Guillaume [25]. He also served with his
father and brother ,Jean [37], in Flanders 1303-1304.
Recueil HF 23:791+802; XDN:215* (lozengy, Guill jr); FW:484 'john crispins'; VER:701; WIN:41
'estienne crespin';
37 mesire jehan crespin porte les armes de son pere a une quartier d'or
1 A GO
nor
lozengy & canton
Jean de Crespin, S.Dangu, younger son of Guillaume [35]. VER:702 (Jean);
38 mesire ansels de l'ile d'argent a une fesse de gheules at a une bordure d'oiseles de gheules
1 A GG
fess acc. orle of martets
Anceau IV) de l'Isle-Adam, d.c1324, S.Isle-Adam (dep Val-d'Oise, arr Pontoise).
ESNF 13:117; Newman N 1:273-274; Chenaye DN 10:962-963; LBR:189; WIN:9; FW:487*
(mullets); TCO:300* (Or-Gu-Gu)
12
fra
39 mesire jehan de l'ile porte celles armes au lambiaus d'asur
1 A GGB
fra
fess acc. orle of martets & label
Jean de l'Isle-Adam, d.1314, S.Boury, son of Anseau (d.1277) and Isabelle Dm.Boury. His seal of
1303 (XDD:2458) bore {fess ch. lion passt within orle of martlets & label}. LBR:190; WIN:10;
TCO:294*;
40 mesire ansel de chevreuses argent a une croix de gheules a quatre lions d'asur es quatre
cartiers
1 A GB
fra
cross acc. 4 lions
Anseau de Chevreuse, d.1304, S.Maincourt, son of Hervé (d.c.1262), served with Charles d'Anjou in
Italy as marshal of the kingdom of Sicily until he returned to France in 1301. He was killed at Monsen-Pévèle as Porte-Oriflamme de France. He is also mentioned in the Roman de Ham by Sarrazin.
The senior line of Chevreuse used a cross between 4 eaglets.
Anselme 8:197; Recueil 21:24+136+194+643; WIN:139 (Anseau); C:110;
41 mesire gui le boutillier escartele d'or et de gheules
1 OG
fra
qtly
Guy de Bouteiller de Senlis, o.s.p.1317, S.Montépilloy & Dravell & Ermenonville;
ESNF 13:54-57; Anselme 6:256; XDD:1522 (Gui, 1297); VER:753; WIN:98 (Gui);
42 mesire ansiaus le boutillie porte celles armes au lambiaus
1 O GB
fra
qtly & label
Anseau Bouteiller de Senlis, fl.1285-1305, S.Luzarches (dep Oise, can Luzarches), uncle of Guy [41].
43 mesire jehans de schoisel d'asur billete d'or et a une crois d'or
1 B OO
cha
cross, billety
Jean de Choiseul, d.1309, S.Choiseul-en-Bassigny (dep Haute-Marne, arr Langres, can Clefmont), son
of Renard (d.1239) and Alix de Dreux (Capet), husband of Alix d'Aigremont Dm.Aigremont &
Homburg-an-der-Kanner, connétable de Bourgogne 1272, 1297 and 1306.
Anselme 4:820-821; XDF:346 (Jean, 1292); TCO:202; LBR:444 (Jean); WIN:1105; TCA:52* (GuOr-Or; Jean);
44 mesire ansel de schoisel porte les armes noir au fleurs de lis d'or semees et une bande
d'argent
1 S AO
fra
bend betw 6 fleurs-de-lis
Anseau de Choisel, not identified, but closely related to Jean S.Plessis-Choisel (fl.1301), hereditary
gruyer (falconer) of the Forest of Halatte near Senlis (dep Oise).
Prinet CPF 11; XDA:256 (Jean, 1301); WIN:47 (Pierre); WIN:48* (label; Jean); URF:119;
45 mesire mahiu de trie d'asur a une bande d'or
1 OB
fra
bend
Mathieu de Trie, fl.1307, S.Fontenay, served in Aragon 1285, pannetier de France and grand
chambellan du roi. The arms are emended to the usual Or-Az.
Anselme 8:442+607; Recueil HF 22:505 a.o.; Clemmensen T; A:305; FW:479; VER:682; TCA:20;
LBR:154; WIN:4;
13
46 mesire renaut de trie d'or a une bande tronçonnee d'argent et d'asur
1 O § AB
fra
bend compony
Probably Renaud de Trie, S.Plessis-Billebaut & Mouchy, living 1298 and said by Prinet to have died
at Courtrai 1302, leaving a son and heir, Renaud (d.1324), who was created maréchal de France 1316.
The elder Renaud married Margueriete de Courtenay in 1285. The second possibility is Renaud (d.1318),
son and heir of Jean de Trie C.Dammartin (d.1304), but he is at [53]. A less likely person is Renaud de Trie
S.Vaumain, who reportedly also died at Courtrai 1302. The Renaud de Vaumain was husband of Jeanne de
Hodenc and brother of Mathieu [45]. The Fontenay & Vaumain cadets separated from the senior line before
the acquisition of Dammartin and would both have used the arms of Mathieu. The arms used by the both
Plessis and probably by the comital line were known as having the bend of Dammartin, usually fimbriated
gules. They used the war cry: Boulogne, indicating descendance from Renaud de Dammartin-en-Goële
C.Boulogne j.u. (d.1227).
ESNF 3.4:645-648; Anselme 6:661-686; Recueil HF 20:585+671 + 21:639; Clemmensen T;
XDP:16 (Jean dT C.Dammartin, 1265); XDC:9091 TCO:40*; VER:681*; LBR:198*; TCH:60*;
WIN:6* (fimbriated, all Renauds);
47 mesire piere de chambeli de gheules a trois coquilles d'or
1 GO
bea
3 escallops
Pierre (V) dit 'Hideux' de Chambly, d.1297, S.Chambly, husband of 1) Marguerite Tristan, and 2)
Isabeau Mauvoisin de Rosay, chamberlain of Louis IX 'le sacre'
Prinet CPF 12; XDD:245+1691 (Pierre, 1290, 1294); LBR:245; WIN:310;
48 mesire piere son fiex porte celles armes au lambiaus noirs
1 G OS
bea
3 escallops & label
Pierre (VI) Hideux, fl.1307, S.Chambly 1297 & Viarmes 1280, son and heir of Pierre sr. [47],
married in 1277 Jeanne de Machaut. Fought in Flanders 1302-1303 and went on embassy to England
later in 1303 with Louis C.Évreux to negotiate a peace treaty.
XDD:1690; LBR:246 'tristan de chambly'; WIN:313 'mouton';
49 mesire oudart de chabeli porte ces mesmes au lambiaus vers
1 G OV
bea
3 escallops & label
Oudart de Chambly, d.1303, S.Gandels, younger son of Pierre sr. [47]. He was chamberlain of Pierre
de France C.Alencon 1277, capitaine de Mantes 1282, guardian of the forests of Champagne 1283.
The blazon is probably mistaken as he sealed in 1292 with {3 escallops acc. bend} in XDD:1689 and
had the same in WIN:312. WIN:314;
50 mesire piere de machau d'asur a trois coquilles d'or
1 BO
fra
3 escallops
Pierre de Machaut, d.1299, S.Fay-aux-Loges & Chalette, châtelan of Montargis, father-in-law of
Pierre (VI) de Chambly [48]. The arms had 6 escallops as in the seals (XDA:10 (Pierre, 1296),
XDD:1694). WIN:317* (6 escallops; Pierre); URF:92;
51 mesire raous de soisons d'or a un lion noirs passant et a une bordure noire
1 O SS
cha
lion passt & border
Raoul de Soissons, o.s.p.1302, younger son of Jean (III) C.Soissons (d.1286) and Marguerite de
Monfort-l'Amaury, killed at Courtrai. He was succeded by his brother, Hugues (o.s.p.m.>1306). The
colour change is probably a personal brisure.
ESNF 2:16; Newman N 288-289; VER:137 (Raoul); FW:65*; C:38*; TCO:11*; LBR:376*;
VER:136*; WIN:827* (Or-Gu-Gu; C.Soissons);
52 mesire gui de la roche d'or a cinq cotices d'asur et une bordure de gueulles
1 O BG
fra
5 bends & border
Guy de la Roche-Guyon, fl.1302, S.Roche-Guyon, son and heir of Jean (d.c1281) and Marguerite
Clément du Mez.
Anselme 8:621; XDD:3426 (Gui, 1282); LBR:202 (Gui); WIN:464 (Jean); TCO:299* (bendy &
border; Gui);
14
53 mesire renaut de dammartin fessie d'argent et d'asur a sis pieces a une bordure de gheules
fra
et a un oiselet noir
1 A BSG
3 bars acc. martlet in chf dx & border
Renaud de Trie, d.1318, younger son of Mathieu de Trie C.Dammartin (d.1272), succeded his elder
brother, Jean dit Billebaut (d.1304), as C.Dammartin-en-Goële.
ESNF 3:646; C:127*; LBR:87*; WIN:2* (undif.);
54 mesire symon de lalain de gheules a dix losanges d'argent au lambiaus d'asur besante d'or hai
1 G ABO
10 lozenges & label roundely
Simon de Lalaing, d.1300, husband of Jeanne de Roisin de Sepmeries, younger son of Simon (II)
S.Lalaing (d.1252).
ESNF 7:70; XRA 2:305*; XDF:1172; VER:120; TMO:84 (Simon); TCH:28* (undif.; Simon);
55 mesire guillame d'iveri d'or a trois chevrons de gheules
1 OG
nor
3 chevrons
Guillaume d'Ivry, fl.1300, S.Ivry-la-Bataille & Bréval (dep Eure), son of Jean (d.c1289) and
Marguerite de Mouret, husband of Jeanne des Barres, grand-veneur de France.
Chenaye DN 10:993-994; XDD:2473* (chevronny, Guil, 1293); VER:736; LBR:175; WIN:397;
56 mesire gui de laval d'or a une crois de gheules a cinq coquilles d'argent en la croix et a
mai
size egles d'asur es quatre cartiers or
1 O GAB
cross ch. 5 escallops acc. 16 eagles
Guy (IX) de Laval (Montmorency), d.1333, S.Laval (dep Mayenne) & Vitré, son of Gui (VIII)
S.Laval (d.1295).
ESNF 14:137-144; XDD:2555; BIG:242; FW:551; WIN:936; TCO:105; VER:464; TCA:15;
LBR:103+ 646+858;
57 mesire hardoin de mailli ondoie d'or et de gheules
1 OG
tur
barry undy
Hardouin (V) de Maillé, d.1306, S.Maillé & Clervaux &c, son of Hardouin (IV, d.1245) and Jeanne de
Thouars Dm.Roche-sur-Yon, husband of Jeanne de Baucay. He served as sénéchal de Poitou.
ESNF 10:52; Anselme 7:499-500; XDD:2656 (Harduin V); XEP:456-461; BIG:252; WIN:514;
58 mesire renaut de prechenig fessie d'or et d'asur et contrefescie et bande contrebande au
tur
coigniet gironne et a un escuchon d'argent au milieu
1 § A OB
per pale & barry cch acc. escutcheon & chief paly and corners gironny
Renaud de Pressigny, S.Bridore, son of Renaud (d.1270). He served in Aragon 1285 and in Flanders
1303. The arms are very like that of the Mortimer E.March in England and is found in several
variants.
59 mesire raoul de soisson d'or a un lion noir passant et a une bordure noire
1 O SS
lion passt & border
Raoul de Soissons, repeat of [51].
15
cha
60 mesire jehan de genville d'asur au chief d'ermine a un demi lion de gheules et couronne
cha
d'or au chief et a trois broies d'or sur l'asur
1 B OEG
3 horsebrays & chief ch. lion isst
Jean de Joinville, 1248-1302, o.s.p., S.Reynel, second son of the historian Jean S.Joinville (c.12241317). The field is sable in WIN:534 for his cousin Jean (fl.1288-1319) S.Vaucouleurs (dep Meuse,
canton Vaucouleurs), though azure in NAV:694 for Vaucouleurs, proposed for this item by Prinet.
The arms in VER:625-626 might be for him, or a similar named and titled younger brother (d.1307)
and another younger brother Anseau, the eventuel heir to Joinville, both of the latter were born
after 1260. In english armorials 15 have the field azure and 2 have it sable for Geoffrey de Geneville
al. Joinville S.Vaucouleurs (d.1314), brother of the historian and husband of Maud Lacy. Geoffrey
served as Justiciar of Ireland and died as a monk in the irrish town of Trim.
ESNF 7:6+9; Clemmensen OM; XDD:2491; Chassel SC 116; HCN:104 (Jean); LBR:425; WIN:844;
FW:496; TCO:74*; VER:625* (Jean)+626*(ch. arms of Franche-Comté, Anseau);
61 li conestables de gheules a deux bars d'or trefle d'or
1 G OO
bea
2 barbels addorsed, trefly
Raoul (II) de Clermont, ospm.1302, S.Ailly & Nesle, son of Simon (connétable, d.1288), connétable
de France 1285, killed at Courtrai.
ESNF 3.4:653-656; Anselme 6:44+737; Chenaye DN 5:856-931; Newman N; XDD:195 (Raoul);
FW:452 (Raoul); TCA:34; TCO:31; LBR:336+890; WIN:1229;
62 mesire gui de nele d'or a deux bars de gheules trefle de gueules
1 O GG
bea
2 barbels addorsed, trefly
Guy de Nesle (Clermont), d.1302, S.Offemont & Breteuil, brother of Raoul [61], husband of
Marguerite de Thourotte Dm.Offemont, maréchal de France 1296, killed at Courtrai. WIN:1230
63 le vidame de pingquingny fessie d'argent et d'asur a une bordure de gheules
1 A BG
ami
barry & border
Jean de Picquigny, d.1304, Vd.Amiens.
ESNF 13:143-144, XDP:51 (Jean); XDC:7154; FW:578; TMO:175; TCO:259; LBR:497; VER:842;
64 mesire renaut son fiex porte celles armes a la bordure besantee d'or
1 B AGO
ami
barry & border roundely
Renaud de Picquigny, d.1315, son and heir of Jean [63], husband of Jeanne d'Eu..
XDP:52* (Renaud, 1313); LBR:296* (c2); VER:843* (Renaud);
65 mesire angoran de bailleul de gheulles a un faus escucon d'ermine
1 GE
nhum
escutcheon voided
Enguerrand / Ingram de Bailleul, osp.1298, S.Bailleul-en-Vimieu (dep Somme) & Foston (Leics.), son
of Eustace / Witasse S.Bailleul & Redcastle (Forfar, Scotland), husband of Agnes Percy of Horsley,
uncle of John Balliol R.Scots. He served with Louis IX 'le sacre' on crusade in Africa 1270, amiral
de galées 1285 in the aragonese campaign, mentioned by Sarrazin in le Roman de Ham. Prinet has
him as son of Hugues S.Bailleul-en-Vimieu & Hélicourt & Dompierre.
Brault RAE 2:26; Prinet CPF 17; XDD:1269 (Enguerrand, 1270); XBM:14063 (Ingram, 1286);
FW:583; E:408; LBR:523 (Ingram); E:410* (label; Ingram);
66 mesire piere de bailleul de gheulles a une fesse d'or
1 GO
hai
fess
This Pierre de Bailleul might be the one who in 1302 married the norman Mahaut d'Estouteville and
the one who was bailli of Gisors 1285-86, of Cotentin 1287-89, and of Caen 1290 (all in
Normandie), sénéchal de Saintonge 1296-1306, and later bailli de Mâcon, as noted by Prinet. The
major problem in identifying which Bailleul is that there are several such families in both Picardie
and in Normandie. The arms belong to the family who held Condé-in-Hainaut and lands in Picardie
and from which a branch acquired Morialme and changed their arms to {vairy per chevron inv Ar-Az
& 2 chevrons Gu}. See also Jean [134].
Clemmensen OM; Prinet CPF 17; XRA 1:194 (Guil S.Bailleul & Ronsoy, 1293, d.1302); XDF:481;
VER:342* 'guille de bailleu' (label, Guil, fl.1293);
16
67 mesire gerart de boubert d'argent a trois escussons de gheules
1 AG
pon
3 escutcheons
Gérard d'Abbeville, d.1302, S.Boubers-en-Vimieu & Fressenville, mentioned in the Roman de Hem,
killed at Courtrai. Two of his sons reached high positions in the Church: Jean Abp.Besancon and
Bernard Bp.Amiens.
Brault RAE 2:66; XRO:1826 (Gerard, 1299); XDP:76 (Gerard, 1285); XSP:29 (Gérard, 1293);
FW:581; LBR:516 (Gérard); TCO:265; VER:818; TMO:177; URF:1439;
68 mesire hue de caumont de gheules seme de croisettes d'or a trois molettes d'or
1 G OO
pon
3 mullets, crusily
Hugues de Caumont, fl.1292-1304, S.Caumont (dep Pas-de-Calais, arr Montreuil, can Hesdin). he
founded a chapel in Queux in 1292.
Recueil HF 23:806; XDA:239-244 + 1747; XDP:218-219; XDD:1655; VER:416; LBR:502;
69 mesire aubert de hangiet d'argent a une crois de gheules a cinq coquilles d'or en la croix
1 A GO
ver
cross ch. 5 escallops
Aubert (IV) de Hangest, d.1304, S.Genlis (dep Aisne, cne Villequier-Aumont) & Pont-Saint-Pierre,
husband of Aliénor de Villbéon. Aubert served in Aragon 1285, Flanders 1302, as envoy to flemish
cities 1296-97, and is mentioned in the Roman de Hem.
Brault RAE 2:214; XDF:1007 (Aubert, 1296); FW:462; LBR:339; VER:150 (Aubert); TCO:37;
70 mesire adam du cardonnoy d'or a une crois de gheules a cinq coquilles d'argent en la crois bea
1 O GA
cross ch. 5 escallops
Adam de Cardonnoy, d.>1300, S.Cardonnoy, served in Aragon 1285, commanded garrisons in Lille
1296 and in Brugge 1299 and is mentioned in the Roman de Ham.
XRO:2505-2506 (Adam, 1299); XDD:1625; VER:158 (Adam); WIN:1059; LBR:361;
71 mesire jehan de remeval d'or a une crois noire a cinq coquilles d'argent en la crois
1 O SA
ver
cross ch. 5 escallops
Jean de Raineval, d.1302, S.Raineval & Pierrepont, killed at Courtrai.
Anselme 8:614-615; XDD:3354, XDP:571; LBR:268+:893; VER:151; TMO:156* (Or-Sa-Or);
72 flammens de cauni d'or a dix losenges de gheulles au lambiaus d'asur
1 O GB
bea
10 lozenges & label
Raoul (VI) de Flament, d.1302, S.Cany-in-Beauvaisis & Verpillières, brother-in-law of Aubert de
Hangest [69], and son of Raoul (V, d.1287), who was appointed maréchal de France 1285. He still
sealed with the label as did his father. He was killed at Courtrai,
Brault RAE 2:90; Bouly EHT 78; Anselme 6:638; XDF:52+53 + XDP:214 (Raoul, 1287, 1297,
1294); XDD:2166 (Raoul, 1273); TCO:36; LBR:338; VER:147;
73 mesire bernard de moreul les armes de france a un demi lyon d'argent
1 B AO
pic
lion naissant, flory
Bernard (V) de Moreuil, d.c1302, S.Moreuil & Brienne, son of Bernard (IV, d.1259) and father of
Bernard (VI, d.1350), who was appointed maréchal de France 1322. Bernard (V) is mentioned in the
Roman de Ham.
Brault RAE 2:303; Anselme 6:715; XDP:492-493 (Bernard, 1259, 1265) FW:464; TCA:29;
LBR:357; TCO:14* (less lion isst; all Bernard); VER:266;
17
74 mesire li vicontes de pont de remi d'argent au chief de gheules
1 AG
pon
chief
Thibaut, d.>1311, V.Pont-de-Rémy & Abbeville,
Boos LBR 189; XSP:581 + XDP:27 (Enguerran, 1274); VER:529*; LBR:513*; URF:1376*;
BHM:2975* (Gu-Ar);
75 mesire gui de brianst d'ermine a un lion de gheules couronne d'or
1 EG
bea
lion cr.
Guillaume de Beaussart, fl.1261-1302, S.Beausart-in-Beauvaisis. Very confusingly the same arms
were used by the norman family Boissay.
Boos LBR 166; XDD:1374-1375; VER:420; LBR:280 (Guillaume); WIN:1050 (s.n.);
76 li conestables de boulonnois d'argent a un lyon noir couronne d'or
1 AS
bou
lion cr.
Baudouin S.Hermelinghen & Austrep, hereditary connétable de Boulonnais. Baudouin was proposed
by Prinet as the constableship was hereditary in the family during 12th century. Identical arms were
used by the Fiennes and Colembert families. The lords of Hermelinghen might well be early cadets of
Fiennes as it is only 4 km SE from Fiennes and 7 km from Colembert. The mention of Fiennes in
URF is probably only used as a blazonry reference.
Prinet CPF 20; XDA:88 (lion, Baudouin, 1301); URF:1613 'le connestable de boulenois sire de
fienes; coronez d or'; BHM:2856 'questable de bor len nois' (less crown);
77 mesire dreus de milli noir au chief d'argent
1 SA
bea
chief
Dreux de Milly dit le jeune, d.c.1309, S.Milly-sur-Thérain (dep Oise, arr Beauvais, can Marseille) &
Achy & Tricot, son of Dreux (d.1282)
ESNF 13:134; XDP:462 (Dreux, 1268); LBR:278; VER:261 (Dreux);TCO:314; WIN:1029;
78 mesire de biauval d'argent a une dante de gheules
1 G AA
pon
fess acc. dance in chf
Unknown member of the Beauval family (Beauval, dep Somme, arr Amiens, can Doullens). The
S.Beauval was named Robert in 1314.
XDD:1377 (Rob, 1314); TMO:174 (Rob); VER:850; NAV:1018;
79 mesire jehan de maignelers de gheules a une bande d'or
1 GO
bea
bend
Jean de Maignelay, fl.1300, brother of Raoul dit Tristan S.Maignelay (fl.1314), served in Aragon
1285, as sénéchal d'Agenais in 1294-96. The genealogy in Anselme is slightly suspect considing the
dates given for the various Jean and Raoul. Dep Oise, can Maignelay-Montigny, in Beauvaisis.
Boos LBR 164; Anselme 8:539-540; Recueil HF 24:220; XRO:6784* (bend acc. lion sn, Tristan,
1337); LBR:260 (Jean); WIN:917 (s.n.); VER:252* (acc. mullet sn; Raoul); TCO:313* (Gu-Ar;
Jean);
80 mesire jehan de heilli de gheules a une bande d'or engrelee
1 GO
cor
bend of lozenges
Jean (II) de Crequi, fl.1318, son of Jean (I) S.Heilly & Rumilly & Flassières (d.1297). The
grandfather of Jean (II) was Philippe (fl.1249), second son of Alix Dm.Heilly & Rumilly and
Baudouin (IV) S.Crequi. The elder Jean was appointed captain of Douai at the beginning of the 1297
campaign. Heilly, dep Somme, can Albert.
Anselme 6:791; XDD:2397 (Jean, 1314); VER:283 (Jean I); LBR:536 (Jean II);
18
81 mesire gauchier d'austrestes porte les armes de blois a un lyon de gheules passant
1 G ZOG
ver
3 pales & chief ch. lion passt
Probably Gaucher de Châtillon-Autrêches, bailli de Vermandois 1297 and captain of Lille 1302,
mentioned in Roman de Ham, as proposed by Prinet. This would be the Gaucher (II) S.Autrêches,
fl.1284-1306, son of André S.Autrêches. Another possibilty is his cousin Gaucher (IV) S.Nanteuil,
fl.1282, son of Érard (I) S.Nanteuil, father of Érard (II) S.Nanteuil (fl.1309-1336) and brother of
Érard S.Trélon & Fagerolles (fl.1296, o.s.p.). The third. less likely, possibility is Gaucher S.Tour &
Dampierre (fl.1304, d.1325), who seald with there arms.
Prinet CPF 22; Popoff, RFHS 51/1981; ESNF 7:19 (Porcéan) + 23 (Autrêches & Nanteuil);
XDF:471* (chief ch. lion isst, Gaucher, 1303); XDD:577 (chief ch. lion passt, Gaucher S.Tour &
Dampierre, s/ Gaucher C.Porcien, 1308) + 3032+3033 (Érard S.Nanteuil, 1256, 1317) + 3034
(Gaucher S.Nanteuil, 1284); LBR:380; URF:2630;
82 mesire simon de mailli d'or a trois mailles de gheules
1 O GS
cor
3 mallets & border engrailes
Simon de Mailly, not identified, probably a junior member of the family. The arms were known in
1335 for a Jean Seuvin de Mailly (Ledru 1:84).
Prinet CPF 22; Anselme 8:615-663; Chenaye DN 12:842-900; A Ledru: la maison de Mailly, I-II,
1893; FW:406*; TCO:254*; LBR:892*; VER:180* (less border);
83 [mesire pruille] d'or a une bordure d'aiglettes de gheules
1 OG
tur
orle of eagles
Adam proposed Gervais de Preuille l'Eguillé, fl.1283-97, probably the same as Echivard, brother of
Geoffroi (V) S.Preuilly (tested 1285), who was present at Courtrai 1302. Prinet has this item in
CPF/c conflated with the previous as 'mesire simon de mailli porte les armes d'or a trois mailes de
gheules prime les de gheulles a une bordure dantelée de gheules'. The arms of Preuilly, also comtes de
Vendôme 1085-1217, have a variable number of eagles azure on or. The miscolured coat is repeated
in [177] and not recorded elsewhere.
ESNF 3.4:725; XDD:3310* (3 eagles). TCO:113*; FW:549* (3 eagles); NAV:1421* (6 eagles);
BER:619* (semy); BIG:255 'archieuars de pruilli' (Or maunch Gu acc. orle of eagles Az);
84 mesire poi de gheules a une bande d'argent seme de croisettes d'argent
1 G AA
art
bend betw 6 cross crosslets
Guillaume de Tyrel, d.1302, S.Poix (dep Somme, arr Amiens). He was noted 1260 and probably
served at Courtrai, leaving a son and heir Guillaume (II).
Chenaye DN 16:9; Anselme 7:820-825; XDD:3796; XDP:647 (Guil, 1274); VER:810; HCN:22;
FW:577*; LBR:490* (Gu-Or-Or. Guil); TCO:311* (Gu-Ar-Sa);
85 mesire nonvillier d'argent a un fer de moulin de gheules a testes d'or de serpens au fer de
moulin
1 AG
bou
cross moline
Arnould de Cayeux, fl.1314, S.Longvillers (dep Pas-de-Calais, arr Montreuil, can Etaples), elder
brother of Anseau, the regent of the Latin Empire who married Eudoxie Lascaris daughter of the
P.Nicea.
Chenaye DN 1:714-719; XSP:276 (Arnould, 1314); XSP:275 (Anseau, 1314); URF:1391* (Or-Gu;
S.Longvillers); FW:582*; VER:852*; LBR:499* (per pale Or-Az & cross moline Gu);
86 mesire angoran de couchi fessie de vair et de gheules
1 ZG
ver
barry
Enguerrand (IV) de Coucy, o.s.p.1311, S.Coucy. The lordship was inherited by Enguerrand de Guines
(d.>1321), a younger son of Arnould C.Guines and his sister Alix. The arms of Coucy are variously
Gu-Vr, Vr-Gu, 3 bars or barry.
ESNF 7:81; Anselme 8:743; Prinet CPF 23; XDD:1905 (Enguerrand IV); D:243; LBR:594;
HCN:160; WIN:876; LBR:378*; VER:172*; WIN:879* (all barry or 3 bars);
19
87 mesire robert de pingnons porte celles armes a un quartier d'or
1 Z GO
ver
barry & canton
Robert (II) de Coucy, fl.1268-1295, S.Pinon, son of Jean (d.>1268) and a distant nephew of
Enguerrand [87] with a common ancestor, Raoul (I) S.Coucy (d.1191), grandfather of Enguerrand
and great grandfather of Robert. Brault and Adam assumes that this Robert is a relative to Robert
S.Pinon (d.1284) son of Jean (d.1262), but Chenaye and Boos is followed here.
ESNF 7:80; Chenaye DN 6:300-301; Brault RAE 2:345; Adam WIN 60; FW:466; LBR:368;
WIN:878 (Rob);
88 mesire dreus de melon d'or a deux fesses de gheules et a une bordure d'oiseles de gheules bur
1 O GG
2 bars acc. orle of martlets
Dreux (III) de Mello, d.1310, S.de l'Orme & Chinion, d.1310, father of Dreux (IV) [193], present at
Courtrai. He married trice: 1) c.1245 with Adelaide de Montréal, 2) c.1257 with Eustache de
Lusignan Dm.Ste.Hermine, and 3) with Jeanne de Trie. His aunt Marguerite was the wife of Raoul
Clermont-Nesle connétable de France [61].
ESNF 3.4:651; Anselme 6:57; Boos LBR 182; Bouly EHT 95; XDD:2777-2778; LBR:436 (Dreux);
WIN:1091; FW:504; TCO:199 (Guil);
89 mesire robert de bellens vert a une fesse d'argent
1 VA
art
fess
Robert de Boisleux, fl.1291-1303, S.Boisleux (in Artois).
XDA:183-187 (Rob, 1298-1303); VER:203; URF:1645; WIN:761;
90 sauset de bursay d'asur a un fer molin d'argent
1 BA
hai
cross moline
Jean Sausset, fl.1283, d.1330, S.Boussoit-sur-Haine (in Hainaut).
XRA 3:327; XDF:641-542 (Jean, 1292-1327), XDD:3582 (Jean, 1292); VER:131; WIN:1224;
91 mesire .. de saint venant d'asur a un escusson d'argent au lambiaus de gheules
1 B AG
art
escutcheon & label
Robert de Wavrin dit Brunel, S.Saint-Venant, son of Robert (II) S.Wavrin, chamberlain of
C.Flanders, served in Aragon 1285 and in Gascogne 1296 as guardian of Gascogne. One of the defenders of
Lille for the C.Flandre, but returned to the after and went to Rome as his envoy in 1298. He commanded at
Bethune 1301 and fougth at Courtrai and at Mons-en-Pévèle.
ESNF 8:23; Anselme 6:706; Funck-Brentano PB 239+438; Brault RAE 2:451; Warlop NF;
Boos LBR 193; XDD:3956 (Rob,
92 li castelains de bergues d'or a un lion de gheules
1 OG
art
lion rampant
Gilbert / Giselbrecht, d.1299, châtelain de Bergues-Saint-Winnoc / Burgrave van Sint-Winoksbergen
(dep Nord, arr Dunkerque, can Bergues), son of Giselbrecht (V, d.c1294) and Isabella, fought in
Gascony in early 1297 under Charles de Valois.
Warlop VA 4:539-547 #202; XDC:913; XDD:5281 (Gilbert, 1286); XDA:161; LBR:567; TCH:9;
VER:228;
93 mesire jehan de haveskerke d'or a une fesse de gheules
1 OG
fla
fess
Jean de Haveskerke, d.1303, S.Haveskerke & Hondschoote. He and his brother Gilles [94] defended
Cassel against Willem van Jülich in 1302. He was one of the stalwart flemish supporters of Philippe
'le Bel' receiving a pension during 1296-1303. As with St.Venant [91] he was with the flemings at Lille.
Warlop VA 3:871-877; Recueil HF 22:376; Brault RAE 2:223; XRA 2:43; XDD:2385-2389;
XDA:348 (Jean S.Haveskerke, 1286); FW:429; TCO:218; HCN:230; LBR:573;
94 mesire gille de haveskerke porte celles armes au lambiaus d'asur
1 O GB
fla
fess & label
Gilles de Haveskerke, fl.1282-1302, S.Watten, younger brother of Jean [93].
XDD:2387 (Gilles, 1282); XDA:347 (Gilles, 1287); LBR:565 (Gilles); VER:348* (b2); WIN:869*
(field Ar);
20
95 mesire godefroi de brebant d'or a un lion noir au lambiau de gheules
1 S OG
bra
lion & label
Godefroi de Brabant, d.1302, S.Aerschot & Vierzon, younger son of Henri (III) D.Brabant, killed at
Courtrai with his son Jean.
ESNF 1.2:236-237; Brault RAE 2:69-70; Boos LBR 195; XDF:241 + XGB:82 (Godefroi, 1292,
1297); LBR:577; HCN:220; WIN:1171 (Godefroi); D:193* (lion acc. bend; Godefroi);
96 mesire ferriere d'argent a un escusson de gheules et a une bordure de fers a ceval de gheules
1 A GG
nor
escutcheon acc. orle of horseshoes
Jean de Ferrières, fl.1304, S.Ferrières-Saint-Hilaire (dep Eure, arr Bernay, can Broglie), served in
Flanders in all campaigns 1297-1304. In most armorials the field is gules and the escutcheon ermine.
Prinet CPF 26; Recueil HF 23:789-795; XDD:2151-2152; XPO:4494-4494, XDN:251; XDC:3773;
97 mesire joffroi de vendome d'argent au chef de gheules a un lion d'asur et a une fleur de lis
tur
d'or en l'espaule du lion
1 A BOG
lion ch. fleur-de-lis & chief
Godefroi de Vendôme, fl.1292, d.>1308, S.Chartre-sur-le-Loir & Lassay, son of Pierre C.Vendôme
(d.1249), was councillor of Charles de Valois and also took part in the 1302 campaign. Godefroi was
the ancestor of the Chabanais branch extinct in 1562. The lion is brochant.
ESNF 7:727; Anselme 8:728; Recueil HF 23:789+804; Boos LBR 203; LBR:641; TCO:104*;
VER:637*; LBR:639* (less fleur-de-lis);
98 li camberlains de tancarvillede .. a un escusson d'argent par mi agegnies d'or en l'escu
1 G AO
nor
escutcheon acc. orle of cinquefoils
Robert de Tancarville, d.1302, S.Tancarville, hereditary chamberlain of Normandie, a younger son
son of Guillaume (IV, d.1268), who inherited on the death of his brothers Raoul (d.1277) and
Guillaume (V, d.1286). He fought at Furnes 1297 and was killed at Courtrai.
Chenaye DN 18:782-783; XDN:559 (Guillaume V, 1283); A:290; TCO:115+164; LBR:130+138;
VER:654; FW:547; WIN:361*;
99 mesire nicole de serbonne gironne d'or et d'asur a un escusson d'argent et au sautoir
d'ermine
1 O BGE
cha
gironny acc. escutcheon & saltire
Nicolas des Armoises, d.1308, S.Charbogne (dep Ardennes, arr Vouziers, can Attigny). He married
Isabelle de Grandpré, daugther of Henri (VI) C.Grandpré and widow of Hugues (IV) C.Rethel. During
the minority 1278-89 of Jeanne, the daughter of Hugues and Isabelle, he was her guardian and as such
he bore the temporary title of C.Rethel. The saltire, argent or ermine, is sometimes overall and at
other times on the escutcheon only.
Anselme 2:319; Boos LBR 180; Prinet CPF 27; WIN:825; FW:495; TCO:79; WIN:867*;
HCN:203*; LBR:424* (c4);
100 mesire gobiert de monsablon de gheules a trois peux vaires d'argent et de vert au chef d'or
1 G XO AV
3 pales vairy & chief
Gobert (III) de Montchâlons, d.1300, son of Gobert (II, d.1262). Montchablon or Montchâlons, dep
Aisne, arr Laon. The arms are derived from Châtillon, but usually as {Vt 3 pales Vr & chief Or}.
ESNF 13:138; Newman N 1:149-155; Brault RAE 2:298; Prinet CPF 27; Boos LBR 172;
XRO:8195; FW:450* (Vt-Vr-Or; label roundely; Gobert);
TCO:27*; HCN:188*; WIN:872*+873*; VER:258* (Vt-Vr-Or, label, Gobert);
21
ver
101 mesire robert bertran d'or a un lion vert
1 OV
nor
lion cr.
Robert (VI) Bertrand, fl.1272, B.Briquebec (dep Manche, can Bricquebec) & V.Roncheville &
S.Tilloy &c, son of Robert (V) Bertrand connétable de Normandie and Alix de Tancarville, and
husband of Alix de Nesle. His son Robert (d.1348) was created marêchal de France 1325.
Anselme 6:690; Brault RAE 2:50; XRO:2188 (Rob, marF, 1327); XDD:220 (Rob, marF, 1338);
XDF:1325 (Rob, marF, 1325); XDC:1573 (Rob, marF, 1345); FW:558; TCO:173; LBR:143+230
(Rob); HCN:25; VER:423; WIN:328;
102 mesire tibourville d'ermine a une fesse de gheules
1 EG
nor
fess
Robert de Thibouville, d.c1301, S.Thibouville (dep Eure, arr Bernay, can Beaumont-le-Roger), son
of Robert (d.1290).
Prinet CPF 28; Brault RAE 2:413; XDD:3686; XDC:8849; TCO:175; LBR:148; VER:508;
WIN:367*; FW:573* (bend; Rob);
103 mesire jehan mallet de gheules a trois fermaus d'or
1 GO
nor
3 buckles
Jean (II) de Malet dit Guignard, d.1335, S.Graville-Sainte-Honorine (dep Seine-Maritime) & Sées
(dep Orne) & Bernay (dep Eure), son of Jean (I, d.c1285) and Marie de Léon, husband of Jeanne al.
Anne de Wavrin, daughter of Robert S.Saint-Venant [91]. Jean (I) served in Aragon 1285 and Jean
(II) in Flanders in 1302-1303 and again in 1318 and 1328.
Boos LBR 153; Anselme 7:867-868; Chenaye DN 13:4-5; Brault RAE 2:274; XDN:374;
XDD:2678; XRO:6849; A:291; FW:570; TCO:181; LBR:160; VER:656; WIN:351;
104 mesire guillame marteel d'or a trois marteaus de gheules
1 OG
nor
3 mallets
Guillaume (III) de Martel, d.1302, S.Bacqueville-en-Caux (dep Seine-Maritime), who reportedly died
some months before or at Courtrai.
Brault RAE 2:283; Boos LBR 133; XDC:5780; TMO:191; TCO:167; LBR:845; VER:840; WIN:339
(Guil); FW:575* (label; Guil); LBR:164+227;
105 mesire gui d'anevaul palle d'or et d'asur au chief de gheules
1 O BG
nor
paly & chief
Gui d'Esneval, not identified, the first name might be a mistake or perhaps a brother or cousin of
Robert S.Esneval (dep Seine-Interièure, arr Rouen, can+cne Pavilly) & Pavilly, hereditary vidame de
Normandie, who died 1316. Robert was son-in-law to Jean S.Clères [121].
Brault RAE 2:155; Boos LBR 131; Prinet CPF 29; XRO:4232-4234; XDC:3360 + 3368-3373;
FW:567; LBR:145+220; VER:515; WIN:345 (Rob);
106 mesire guillame d'iveri d'or a trois chevrons de gheules
1 OG
nor
3 chevrons
Either a repeat or possibly Galeran d'Ivry, brother of Guillaume S.Ivry [55]. Galeran and Guilaume
were common names in the family. LBR:195* (& mullet dx; Galeran); WIN:398* (& mullet dx;
Robert); LBR:193 (Galeran);
107 mesire piere de ricebourg chevronne d'or et de gheules
1 OG
fra
chevronny
Pierre de Richebourg or Petrus de Divite Burgo, fl.1285, a royal vassal and a vassal of Beatrix
Cs.Montfort-l'Amaury. Richebourg, dep Seine-et-Oise/Yvelines, arr Mantes, can Houdan.
Recueil HF 22:629; XDC:7715-7717; VER:738 (Pierre); URF:2634;
108 mesire guillame d'iveri d'or a trois chevrons de gheules
1 OG
3 chevrons
Guillaume d'Ivry, see [55, 106].
22
nor
109 mesire jehan de harcourt de gheules a deux fesses d'or
1 GO
nor
2 bars
Jean (II) 'le Preux' de Harcourt, d.1302, S.Harcourt (dep Eure, arr Bernay, can Brionne), son of Jean
(I, d.1288) and father of Jean (III, c.1276-1329), marêchal de France 1283, took part in the african
crusade of Louis 'le Sacre' and in the campaign of 1285 in Aragon. The 'li bons Jehans' as he is named
in the Roman de Ham died in Italy in december 1302.
ESNF 10:124; Anselme 5:129 + 6:636; FW:552 (Jean I); C:173; TCO:161; TCA:32; HCN:14+31;
LBR:129+139+217; WIN:322; VER:426; WIN:323*; FW:553* (label Az; Jean II);
110 mesire guillame de harecourt porte celles armes au lambiaus d'asur
1 G OB
nor
2 bars & label
Guillaume de Harcourt, d.1327, S.Saussaye & Elbeuf, brother of Jean [109], grand maître d'hotel du
roi and grand queux du roi.
ESNF 10:124; XDD;2366 (Guil, 1293); LBR:218 (Guil); WIN:324* (label roundely; Guil);
111 mesire raou patri de gheules seme de grains d'or a trois roies d'argent
1 G AA
nor
3 cinquefoils, roundely
Raoul de Patry, a norman.
Prinet CPF 30; XDC:7005-7008; NAV:326;
112 mesire foucaut de merle de gheules a trois roies d'argent
1 GA
nor
3 cinquefoils
Foucault de Merle, fl.1271, d.1314, S.Merle (dep Orne, arr Argentan, can le Merlerault), created
marêchal de France 1302 and fought in Flanders up to 1304.'
Anselme 6:641; XDC:6010 (Foucault); LBR:158; WIN:407; VER:676 (Foucault);
113 mesire jacques de beiaune d'argent a une bande de gheules a trois egles d'or en la bande au
lambiaus d'asur
1 A GOB
qtly & bend ch. 3 eagles & label
Jacques de Bayon, fl.1268, d.1311, S.Fauche & Bayon (dep Meuse-et-Moselle, arr Lunéville),
younger son of Henri de Lorraine S.Bayon (d.1261), and grandson of Ferri (I) D.Lorraine (d.1207).
He was a senior commander on the Flanders frontier in 1302 and fought at Courtrai and Mons and
commanded victoriously at Arques on April 4th 1303.
ESNF 6:141; Brault RAE 2:38; Boos LBR 181 (d.1304); Prinet CPF 31; XDD:1396 (Jacq, 1304);
WIN:572* (less label); LBR:426; FW:500* (field Or; all Jacques);
114 mesire triechastel d'or [au chef / a la clef] de gheules
1 OG
frc
key in pale
Gui (III), o.s.p.m.1299, S.Thil-Châtel (dep Côte-d'or, arr Dijon, can Is-sur-Tille), son of Jean
(d.1275), heritary gonfalonier of the franc-comté de Bourgogne. His widow, Isabelle de Rochefortsur-Bevon, remarried in 1306 to Humbert de Rougemont. Humbert's son, Thibaut, married the
heiress, Isabeau de Thil-Châtel, and became gonfalonier. Prinet misread the legend as 'chef' rather
than 'clef' or key.
115 mesire jehan de courtenay d'or a trois tortiaus de gheules
1 OG
poi
3 roundels
Jean de Courtenay, d.1318, S.Champignelles & Ferté-Loupière &c, son of Guillaume, fought at
Mons.
ESNF 3.4:629-630; Anselme 1:486; XRO:3620 (Jean, s.d.); XCB:41-42; HCN:413; LBR:415*
116 mesire mahiu de ville d'or a trois jumelles d'asur et a une bordure de gheules
1 O BG
fra
3 bars gemel & border
Mathieu (II) de Villebéon dit le Chambellan, o.s.p.c.1300, S.Villebéon, son of Mathieu (II, d.1270),
minor at the death of his father.
ESNF 13:140; Anselme 6.627; Recueil HF 22:482 a.o.; Prinet CPF 32; LBR:414; WIN:16;
23
lor
117 mesire hue de bauville d'argent a une fesse de gheules a trois annelets d'or en la fess
1 A GO
fra
fess ch. 3 annulets
Hugues de Bouville, d.1304, S.Bouville (dep Seine-et-Marne, arr Etampes) & Farcheville,
chamberlain of Philippe 'le Bel', bought Milly-en-Gâtinais, husband of Marie de Chambly, killed at
Mons-en-Pévèle.
Chenaye DN 3:26-27; XCB:33 (Hugues II, 1303); XDD:243+244 (Hugues, 1291, 1299) WIN:307
(Hugues); URF:22; LBR:244;
118 mesire hervi de lion d'or a un lion noir
1 OS
bre
lion rampant
Hervé (V) de Léon, d.1305, S.Châteauneuf-en-Thimerais (dep Eure-et-Loir) & Senonches & Noyonsur-Andelle, son of Hervé (IV) and Marguerite de Châteauneuf. There is another pedigree in Boos
LBR 211.
Anselme 3:636 + 5:128; Chenaye DN 11:876; XDD:2572 (Hervé IV, 1260); WIN:925; TCO:99;
LBR:700;
119 son fiex celles armes a un baston de gheules
1 O SG
bre
lion acc. bend
Hervé (VI) de Léon dit le jeune, d.<1337, son of Hervé (V) [118]. The uncommon use of the bend as
a difference for the eldest son is probably due to the adoption of the label by his uncle Richard de la
Roche [120].
120 mesire richart de la roche porte celles armes au lambiaus de gheules
1 O SG
nor
lion & label
Richard de la Roche (Léon), c.1260-c.1304, V.Dreux & S.Châteauneuf-en-partie, son of Richard, the
younger brother of Hervé (V) [118], and husband of Aliénor de Châteauneuf. He served in Aragon
1285 and in Flanders 1304.
XDD:408+3409 (Ric, 1282, 1289);
121 mesire jehan de clere d'argent a une fesse d'asur diapree d'or
1 AB
nor
fess diapered
Jean (II) de Clères, fl.1286-1304, S.Clères (dep Seine-Maritime, arr Rouen) & Bocasse. The fess
might be diapered Or.
Chenaye DN 5:847-848; Prinet CPF 33, Brault RAE 2:107; Recueil HF 23:795; XDN:139+181
(Jean, 1284); XRO:3205-3212; LBR:151; VER:505; WIN:370; LBR:226*; WIN:371*; FW:564*;
TCO:191* (acc. lion passt in chf dx);
122 mesire jehan de saint martin d'or billete de gheules
1 OG
nor
billety
Jean de St.Martin, d.1302, S.St.Martin-le-Gaillard (dep Seine-Maritime, arr Dieppe, can Eu), fought
in Aragon 1285, killed at Courtrai.
Boos LBR 152; Recueil HF 22:480; XDN:523 TCO:172; F:567; LBR:157; WIN:335; VER:651;
123 mesire ernoul de wesmael de gheules a trois fleurs de lis d'argent en lonc
1 GA
bra
3 fleurs-de-lis p.n.
Arnould (IV) de Westmael, d.1302, S.Wezemaal & Westerlo, heritary marshal of Brabant, killed at
Courtrai. The fleurs-de-lis might be ordinary or couped, the latter normal after 1270.
ESNF 7:101; Brault RAE 2:452; Adam AB:536; XRA 2:176 + 4:229; XDD:683* (plain fleurs-delis); D:263; FW:368; D:261; TCO:127; LBR:584; WIN:1175;
124 mesire gautier de ligne d'or a une bande de gheules
1 OG
hai
bend
Wauthier (III) de Ligne, fl.1236-95, S.Ligne, son of Wauthier (d.1245), husband of Julienne de
Rozoy Dm.Baucignies, served in Aragon 1285. His grandson Mathieu died at Courtrai 1302.
ESNF 18:96; Recueil HF 22:673+764; XRA 2:347; XDF:1228 VER:328; TMO:76; TCO:140;
HCN:147;
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125 mesire denisi d'or a trois cotices noires
1 OS
fra
3 bends
Jean de Denisy (Auneau), S.Denisy (dep Seine-et-Oise / Seine-et-Marne, arr Rambouillet, can
Doudan, cne Ste-Mesme), son of Thibaud d'Auneau. He married 1250 Isabelle, and was probably one
of the councillors of Charles de Valois.
Prinet CPF 34; Recueil HF 22:470+481; XDD:1238; WIN:195; VER:692* (& border); VER:693*
(& border engrailed);
126 mesire chastelier noir a sept tourteaus d'or et au chief palle d'or et de gheules
1 S OOG
cha
7 roundels & chief paly
Jean de Châtelier, fl.1282-1309, S.Vitry.
Recueil HF 22:455-462 a.o.; XDD:1747+1748 (Jean, 1305, 1309); URF:2633;
127 mesire tibaut de mathefelon d'or a trois escussons de gheules
1 OG
anj
3 escutcheons
Thiebaut (IV) de Mathefelon, fl.1273-1297, son of Foulques (II) S.Mathefelon & Durtal (d.1282)
and Alix de Montmorency-Vitré. He left a son and heir, Foulques (III), mentioned 1302 and as
S.Mathefelon 1310, and died 1331.The item is repeated in [169] from Adam, omitted in Prinet, but
noted by Brault. Six escutcheons (3:2:1) in or/argent on gules or inverted are more common. The
family changed arms around 1290 from {chevronny Or-Gu} as bore Thiebaut in 1278 (TCO:110).
Matheflon, dep Maine-et-Loire, arr Angers, can Seiches-sur-le-Loir. Thibaut de Mathefelon is named
in the 15C prose romance 'Pontus et Sidoine';
ESNF 13:129A-B; Nussard T 98-101; XDD:2736* (6 escutcheons); VER:494* (Thiebaut);
NAV:903*; HCN:68* (6 Or escutcheons Gu); NAV:872* (a3); VER:495* (6; Gu-Or);
128 mesire jehan de biaumont les armes de france a un demi lion d'argent
1 B AO
mai
lion, flory
Jean de Beaumont (Brienne), d.1305, V.Beaumont (dep Sarthe, arr Mamers, can Beaumont-surSarthe) & B.Ste-Suzanne & S.Château-Gontier, son of Louis 'd'Acre' de Brienne (d.c.1263) and Agnès
de Beaumont Vs.Beaumont, and grandson of Jean de Brienne (1148-1237) king of Jerusalem and
emperor of Constantinople. Two of his younger brothers were in english service, Louis as bishop
palatine of Durham and Henry as B.Beaumont and founder of the english line.
ESNF 3.4: 681-687; Burke PB 214+217; Anselme 5:577 + 6:135-136; LBR:657; VER:542*;
WIN:321*; BIG:238* (Az-Or-Or; all V.Beaumont);
129 mesire hardoin de la haye de gheules a une crois d'hermine eslargie par les bous
1 GE
anj
cross patonce
Hardouin de la Haye-Joulain, fl.1304, S.Haye-Joulain (dep Maine-et-Loire, arr Angers NE, cne
St.Sylvain). The cross might be rendered as eslargie, enhendée, formy, paty, patonce or flory as
discussed in Brault EB 157.
Recueil HF 23:804; XDD:2346 (Maurice, 1269, croix enhendée); NAV:888; BER:585; URF:794 'de
gueles a le croix d ermine patiee';
130 mesire de toukes burele d'argent et de gheules a une bordure de merles noires
1 A GS
mai
barruly acc. orle of martlets
Patrice (II) de Chourches or Sourches, fl.1301, S.Malicorne (dep Sarthe, can Malicorne), husband of
Guyonne de Laval. His son Payen married Anne de Beaumont (Brienne). Patrice went to Apuglia
with his father Hervé (fl.1254-1282) in the service of Charles d'Anjou and served as justiciar of
Otranto 1280-1282 before returning to France.
Nussard BIG 36; Potier NB 1:252; Prinet CPF 35-36; XDD:1724; BIG:270; VER:766;
25
131 mesire le vidame de chaalons de gheules a trois peus vaires au chef d'or a deux lionceaux ver
de gheules passans l'un contre l'autre en chief
1 G ZOG
3 pales & chief ch. 2 lions passt
Jean (I), d.1302, Vd.Châlons-sur-Marne (al. Vd.Soissons), son of Hugues (III, d.1279), killed at
Courtrai. Jean married a daughter of Nicolas (II) de Bazoches and Agnés de Nanteuil (Châtillon), and
their son Hugues (IV) Vd.Chalons inherited Bazoches from his maternal uncle Gaucher in 1299.
Prinet CPF 36; Newman N 1:125+138; Recueil HF 23:783; ESNF 7:24; XDC:2078+2979 (Jean
Vd.Chalons, 1383); VER:619; HCN:414; LBR:390; WIN:874;
132 mesire gerard de los fessie d'or et de gheules au lambiaus d'asur besante d'argent
1 O GBA
hes
barry & label roundely
Gérard de Looz, fl.1282, châtelain de Chauvency & Moiry, younger son of Arnoul C.Looz and
Jeanne de Chiny, and brother of Louis (V) C.Chiny. They hosted the Tournament de Chauvency in
1285.
ESNF 18:56-61; Anselme 2:331; XRA 2:378-379; XDD:1136 + 2619; TCH:33; VER:23*;
133 mesire piere de praiaus de gheules a une egle d'or
1 GO
nor
eagle
Pierre de Préaux, fl.1268, d.1306, S.Préaux (dep Seine-Maritime, arr. Rouen, can Darnétal), fought
in Flanders 1304.
XDD:3306 (Pierre, 1294); LBR:147; WIN:337; VER:667; FW:565*; WIN:338*; TCO:174*
134 mesire jehan de bailleur d'or a une fesse de gueules
1 OG
nor
fess
Jean de Bailleuil, not identified, but from the place of the item, he would be norman, and one of this
name served in the campaigns of 1285 in Aragon and in 1297 in Flanders. The arms are the inverse
of the hainauter family of Condé dit Belail [66], but he is unlikely to belong to this family.
Prinet CPF 37; Recueil HF 22:478+480+652;
135 mesire pier de corneul d'or a une fesse de gueules et a trois torteaux de gheules
1 O GG
nor
fess betw 3 roundels
Pierre de Corneuil, S.Corneiul (dep Eure, can Danville), served in 1303 and 1304 in Flanders.
Recueil HF 23:790-803; XRO:3475 (Jean S.Romilly, 1403); BER:1467; NAV:446;
136 mesire jehan de rouveray burele d'or et d'asur a un lion de gheules et a un collier d'argent nor
1 § G BO
barruly & lion
Jean de Rouvray, S.Rouvray (dep Seine-Maritime, ar Dieppe, can Forges-les-Eaux) & Grainville,
served in 1304.
Chenaye DN 17:830; Brault RAE 2:367; Prinet CPF 38; XDN:501 (Jean, 1280); XDC:8039;
WIN:362+ 439; FW:560; LBR:146+232;
137 mesire piere d'emboise palle d'or et de gheules
1 OG
tur
paly
Pierre d'Amboise, d.<1322, S.Amboise (dep Indre-et-Loire, arr Thouars) & Montrichard & Berrie,
husband of Jeanne de Chevreuse, daughter and heir of Anseau S.Chevreuse (d.1304, dep Yvelines, arr
Rambouillet), served in Flanders 1302 and 1304.
Anselme 6:120, XRO:227 (Pierre, 1302); TCA:30; LBR:717+866;
138 mesire monbason de gheules a un lion d'or
1 GO
tur
lion rampant
Geoffroi dit Payen de Savary, d.c.1310, S.Montbazon (dep Indre-et-Loire) & Montsoreau (dep
Maine-et-Loire), younger son and heir of Pierre and Mélisende, husband of Jeanne de Vendôme,
daughter of Pierre C.Vendôme and Gervaise de Mayenne, served in Foix 1271.
Nussard T 106; XDD:2876 (Geof, 1276); TCO:114; TMO:138; LBR:685;
26
139 mesire guillame de saincte more d'argent a une fesse de gheules
1 AG
tur
fess
Guillaume (IV) de Ste.Maure, o.s.p.m.s.1302, S.Sainte-Maure (dep Indre-et-Loire) & Pressigny &
Nouâtre, husband of 1) Isabelle d'Amboise and 2) of Agnès de Pons, mother of Alix de Thouars, who
married his son Guillaume (o.s.p.m.<1285).
Anselme 5:8; Nussard T 126-128; XDD:3562-3563; XDC:8323-8325; BIG:265; LBR:637;
VER:630; WIN:516;
140 mesire hion de gaurenchieres de gheules a trois chevrons d'or
1 GO
fra
3 chevrons
Yon de Garencières, served in Aragon 1285 and in Flanders 1304. Probably a close relative of Guy
and Pierre from Garencières-en-Evrecin (dep Eure, arr. Evreux, can St.André-de-L'Eure). A similar
coat-of-arms were used by the Mathefelon family from Touraine.
Recueil HF 22:483 + 23:798-802; XRO:1020 + 5027-5037; TMO:36; WIN:82 (Pierre); VER:739
(Guy); LBR:711 <garentieres>;
141 mesire adam de bruieres d'or a un lion noir a la queue fourchue billete d'or or billetty a
fra
lion rampant double queued sable adam de bruyeres
1 O SS
lion q.f, billety
Adam de Bruyères, d.1310, S.de la Gatine & Yys, younger son of Jean de Lèves S.Bruyères-le-Châtel
(d.1292), husband of Isabelle des Yys, fought with Charles d'Anjou in Apuglia during 1270-1284 and
in Flanders in 1303 and 1304. Bruyères-le-Châtel, dep Essonne, arr Corbeil, can Arpajon.
ESNF 13:60; Chenaye DN 4:423; Recueil HF 23:790-802; XDD:1599* (lion); WIN:26 (Adam);
WIN:24*; FW:494*; LBR:194* (Jean);
142 mesire hardoin de mailli ondoie d'or et de gheules
1 OG
tur
barry undy
Hardouin (VI) de Maillé, d.1340, son of Hardouin [57]. He served in Flanders 1302.
143 li bruns de vernoil escartele de gueles et de vair
1 GZ
tur
qtly
Eudes le Brun de Vernoil, d.1304, served in Aragon 1285 and killed at Mons-le-Pévèle. He was son
of Geoffroi 'le Fourrier' al. Ferry (d.1383), marêchal de France 1272. The family seat was in cne
Vernoil, can Longué, arr Baugé, dep Maine-et-Loire.
Anselme 6:831; Nussard T 86; XDD:2232* (Vr-Gu, Geof, 1272); NAV:899* (Vr-Gu);
144 mesire gui de chemilli d'or a une bordure d'oiselets de gheules et a un canton de gheules
1 O GG
anj
orle of martlets & canton
Gui de Chemillé (Thouars), S.Chemillé (dep Maine-et-Loire) & Brissac & Mortagne, served in
Aragon 1285, a distant cousin of Gui V.Thouars [156].
ESNF 3:812B; Recueil HF 22:693; sigil, Gui, BnF ms.fr.31911:37v; XEP:626; URF:558; NAV:877*
(Or Az-Gu); VER:485* (orle of mullets; Gui)
145 mesire guillaume li vidame d'or a deux fesses noires et a une bordure d'oiselts noirs
1 O SS
fra
2 bars acc. orle of martlets
Guillaume (V) de Meslay, d.c1321, Vd.Chartres, son of Guillaume (d.1249) and Jeanne de Beron.
Meslay-le-Vidame, dep Eure-et-Loir, arr Châteaudun, can Bonneval.
ESNF 13:112; XDC:2241; VER:697; HCN:18; LBR:392;
146 mesire guillame de mortemer fasce d'or et de vert au fleur de lis de l'une a l'autre et a un
baston de gheules
1 § G OV
barry flory & bend
Guillaume de Mortemer 'le jeune', took part in the Aquitaine campaign of 1297. The head of the
family, another Guilleaume, was seigneur de Mortemer (dep Seine-Maritime, arr & can Neufchâtelen-Bray).
Recueil HF 22:357; WIN:443 (Guil); C:89*; LBR:159*+228*(a1); VER:503* (less bend);
27
nor
147 mesire vincent de hutot d'asur seme de tencelles d'or a un lion d'argent
1 B AO
nor
lion, semy of mullets
Nicolas Hotot, fl.1302, o.s.p.m., S.Hotot, son of Jean and Luce d'Harcourt. He commanded a ship in
1295 in the fleet of his cousin Jean d'Harcourt [109]. No Vincent is known from this family. The
term semé de tencelles means semy of small mullets, also termed étincélé or étoilé (Brault EB 273274). Hotot-en-Caux or Hautot-sur-Mer, dep Seine-Maritime, arr Dieppe, can Offrainville.
Boos LBR 153; Recueil HF 23:789; Chenaye 10:781; XDN:317; WIN:440*; VER:419* (Az-Ar-Ar);
LBR:163* (less mullets; all Nic);
148 mesire hue de bauchei d'or a un fer de moulin de gheules
1 OG
tur
cross moline
Hugues (IX) de Baucay, d.<1309, S.Baucay (Baussay-le-Noble, dep Vienne, arr & can Loudun, cne
Mouterre-Silly) & Champigny-sur-Veude, son of Guy (d.1270) and Emma Dm.Blou & Champigny,
served in Aragon 1285 and in Flanders 1304. He inherited Baucay from his uncle Heugues (VIII,
d.1270).
Recueil HF 22:663+710 + 23:791-804; Boos LBR 212; XDD:1319-1320*; XEP:88+90; VER:492
(Hugues); LBR:706; BIG:248; TCO:76; MPA:49;
149 mesire joffroy d'averton d'asur a un sautoir d'argent et a quatre estancelles d'or
1 B AO
anj
saltire acc. 4 mullets
Godefroi d'Averton, served in Flanders 1303-1304. Their origin was at Averton, dep Mayenne, arr
Mayenne, can Villaines-la-Juhel.
Recueil HF 23:790-804; BnF pièces orig 153 doss. 3136, p.55 (Guillaume, 1254); VER:472 (Geof);
BIG:241 (Guil); URF:1265; WIN:504* (unfinished; s.n.);
150 mesire itier de merdoine d'asur seme de trefles d'or a un lion d'or
1 B OO
ver
lion, trefly
Itier de Brion, fl.1280-1300, S.Merdogne (aujourd'hui Gergovie, dep Puy-de-Dôme, arr Clermont,
can Veyre, cne Roche-Blanche). The senior line was represented by Guy de Plessis, fl.1304, S.PlessisBrion (dep Oise, in Vermandois) & Moustier, who also served in Flanders as banneret in 1297 and in
1304.
Boos LBR 178; Prinet CPF 42; XDC:1596 (Itier, 1300); LBR:396 (s.n.); VER:138 (Gui);
151 mesire jehan de charni de gheules a trois escussons d'argent
1 GA
bur
3 escutcheons
Jean (I) de Charny, d.1323, S.Charny & Mont-Saint-Jean (dep Côte-d'Or, arr Beaune, can Pouillyen-Auxois), son of Hugues S.Charny (d.c.1294) and mabille Dm.Boucey. His son, Geoffroi S.Savoisy
& Ligny, carried the Oriflamme at Poitiers in 1356 and wrote the 'Livre de la Chevalerie' in 1352.
ESNF 15:125; Boos LBR 182; Recueil HF 23:805; XCB:241 (Jean, 1315); LBR:739 (S.Charny);
LBR:439* (Gu-Or);
152 mesire de saint lignaen de gheules a une rose d'argent
1 GA
bou
rose
Alart / Enlart de Sinneghem / Seninghem (dep Pas-de-Calais, can Lumbres), served in Gascogne 1283.
The legend was misread by the copyists. The rose is usually a cinquefoil. Paul Adam has the legend
as 'alart de somergem', but this Alart (fl.1294) from Artois bore {saltire & border} in XRA 3:428.
Brault ERA 85; Adam CPF 5; Funck-Brentano PB 306; XDD:3965 (Alart, 1304); URF:2645;
153 li vicontes de burniquet mi party d'argent et de gheules a une fausse crois partie d'or et de
gheules pommele de gheules sur l'argent et d'or sur le gheules
1 § GO AG per pale & cross of Toulouse per pale
Guillaume dit Barasc, V.Bruniquel (dep Tarn-et-Garonne, arr Montauban, can Montclar-de-Quercy),
served in Flanders in 1302 and 1304. His son Rénaud married in 1315 a sister of Bertrand de Goth
Bp.St.Bertrand de Comminges al. pope Clemens V (r.1305-1314).
Recueil HF 23:793+800; XDC:1659* (cross of Toulouse & border; Guil, 1302); BER:963* (& orle
of escutcheons); NAV:1273* (per pale & cross of Toulouse per pale cch);
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154 mesire morachi de bellevile gironne de vair et de gheules
1 ZG
poi
gironny
Maurice, d.c1297, S.Belleville-sur-Vie (dep Vendée, arr Roche-sur-Yon, can Poiré) & Montaigu &
Garnache, or his son with Isabeau de Lusignan, Maurice. The younger Maurice married Liesse de
Parthenay and served in Flanders 1302-1304.
Beauchet DP 1:427-428; XDD:1391 (Maurice, 1292); VER:443 (Maurice); LBR:672; URF:2638;
155 mesire bruiant de monjehan d'or frete de gheules or fretty gules
1 OG
anj
fretty
Bruiant (I) de Montjean, S.Montjean (dep Maine-et-Loire, arr Cholet, can St.Fleorent-le-Vieil),
served in Flanders 1303-1304.
Anselme 7:174-176; Recueil HF 23:789-804; XDD:2924 (Bruiant, 1298); VER:493 (Bruiant);
BIG:180;
156 li vicontes de touart d'or au fleur de lis d'asur semees et a un cartier de gheules
1 O BG
poi
semy of fleurs-de-lis & canton
Gui (II), d.1308, V.Thouars & S.Talmond, son of Aimeri (IX, d.1259) and Marguerite de Lusignan,
husband of Marguerite de Brienne, and brother-in-law of Jean C.Eu [18]. he served in Flanders 13021304.
ESNF 3:811; Anselme 4:194; Recueil HF 23:789-803; XDD:3704 (Gui, 1273); VER:469; TCO:270;
FW:520;
157 mesire hue de touart porte celles armes a une espee d'argent au cartier
1 O BGA
poi
semy of fleurs-de-lis & canton ch. sword erect
Hugues de Thouars, d.1324, S.Pouzanges & Mauléon & Tiffauges, third son of Gui [156], husband of
Isabeau de Noyers and brother-in-law of Miles (§) [192]. He defended la Rochelle in 1295 and served
in Flanders in 1302-1304. Less likely his uncle, Hugues, o.s.p.1318, from whom he inherited
Pouzanges and Tiffauges.
ESNF 3:811+812A; Boos LBR 209; Recueil HF 22:783 + 23:789-803; VER:468; LBR:677
158 mesire joffroi le bornie noires a crois d'argent
1 SA
bre
cross
Geoffroi le Borgne de Kertanguy, not identified, a cadet of Avagour, possibly a brother or cousin of
Guillaume (IV, fl.1309) S.Kertanguy & Roche-Suhart & V.Plourhan. Kertanguy, dep Côte-d'Armor,
ar Guincamp, paroisse de Cohiniac.
Boos LBR 211; XDD:1479; WIN:980 (s.n.); LBR:695* (label; Guil); VER:572 (Gu cross Ar ch. 5
escallops Gu; Geof);
159 mesire raoul de montfort d'argent a un fer de molin de gheules a testes d'or de serpens au
fer de molin
1 AG
cross gringoly
Raoul (VI) de Montfort, d.1314, S.Montfort-sur-Meu (dep Ille-et-Villaine).
Potier NB 2:293; XDD:2910; WIN:396* (cross moline); URF:716;
160 mesire piere de rotelen fesse d'hermine et de gheules
1 EG
bre
barry
Pierre de Rostrenen, d.1307, S.Rostrenen (dep Côte-d'Armor, can Rostrenen), served in Flanders
1303.
161 mesire jehan de beaumanoir d'asur billete d'argent
1 BA
bre
billety
Jean (I) de Beaumanoir, fl.1311, S.Beaumanoir (dep Côte-d'Armor, arr St.Brieuc, can Quintin, cne
Leslay), served in Flanders 1303-1304.
Anselme 7:379; Chenaye DN 2:160; Recueil HF 23:790+804; XDC:777; XRO:1109; WIN:987;
VER:594; LBR:674;
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162 mesire thiebaut de rochefort vaire d'or et d'asur
1 OB
bre
vairy
Thibaud de Rochefort, S.Rochefort-en-Terre (dep Morbihan, arr Vannes) & V.Donges, served at
Courtrai 1302 and in Flanders 1303-1304.
Recueil HF 23:791-804; XDD:3419; WIN:940; URF:690; VER:561* (label; Thibaud); WIN:984*
(label; s.n.); TMO:63* (ch. lion passt);
163 mesire doucheille burele d'or et de vert et a un lion de gheules
1 § G OV
mai
barruly & lion
Gilles de Doucelles, S.Doucelles (dep Sarthe, arr Mamers, can Beaumont-sur-Sarthe), served in
Flanders 1303-1304.
Recueil HF 23:790-804; Prinet CPF 45-46; Brault RAE 2:144; Boos LBR 211; WIN:500 (Gilles);
BIG:239; VER:767; HCN:232; FW:550; LBR:697* (barry Or-Az & lion Gu); BIG:231* (label);
164 mesire rouchi de gheules a une crois d'argent eslargie
1 GA
bre
cross formy
Olivier de Rougé, S.Rougé (dep Loire-Atlantique, arr Chateaubriant), son of Bonabes (d.1252),
husband of Agnès Dm.Derval, served in Aragon 1285 and in Flanders 1302 and 1304. The term
'eslargie' might indicate either a cross formy or patonce, but usually as formy in the seals.
Brault RAE 2:366; Potier NB 3:77; Recueil HF 23:804; XDC:8004-8005; XFB:3286-3291;
WIN:954 (s.n.); LBR:675; VER:573; FW:533; TCO:92* (cross);
165 mesire joffroit d'ancenis de gheules a trois quintefueilles d'ermines
1 GE
bre
3 cinquefoils
Geoffroi d'Ancenis, S.Ancenis (dep Loire-Atlantique, arr Ancenis), either father of son. Geoffroi jr.
married Jeanne de Pressigny in 1290 and died before 1315. Either served in Aragon 1285 and in
Flanders 1303-1304.
Recueil HF 22:676 + 23:790+804; XDD:1174*; TCO:111; VER:599; FW:548; WIN:499 (Geof);
VER:600* (label; Geof);
166 mesire jehan de macheclou d'argent a trois chevrons de gheules
1 AG
bre
3 chevrons
Jean de Machecoul (Dreux), 1255-1308, S.Machecoul (dep Loire-Atlantique, arr Nantes, can
Machecoul) & Coché, son of Olivier (d.1279) and Amicie de Coché. Olivier was brother of Jean (I)
D.Bretagne. The earliest arms were chevronny and is found as either Ar-Gu or Gu-Ar.
ESNF 3:67; Potier NB 2:215; XDD:2648* (chevronny); XRO:6793; WIN:923; VER:593;
167 mesire tiebaut de cabric fessie d'argent et de gheules a un baston d'asur
1 § B AG
bre
barry & bend
Thibaut de Cabric, not identified. The arms are similar to those of Tintiniac and to Quedillac, both
from Bretagne.
168 arnould de walhain d or a lecusson vert au baton coponne d argent et de gueules
1 O VX AG
hes
escutcheon acc. bend compony
Arnould de Walhain, fl.1283-1302, S.Walhain, served as a banneret at Courtrai. His son, Jean, sealed
in 1298. The family were brabantian ministeriales, having estates in Hesbaye 35 km NW of Namur.
Hemricourt M 111; Adam AB:682; XRA 4:188 (Arnould); VER:15; FW:432;TCO:129; LBR:581
169 thibaut de matefelon d or a .iij. escussons de gueules
1 OG
3 escutcheons
Repeat of [127].
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170 gui de bouvencourt d or a un arbre de gueules
1 OG
pon
crequer plant
Gui de Bouvencourt, no Gui has been identified. Adam notes a Baudoin de Crequy S.Bouvencourt,
possibly the same as Baudoin de Crequy S.Ramboval & Bazinghen & Avelines (fl.1296-1331), cousin
of Jean S.Crequi [200]. Boos LBR has LBR:503 (c.1295) for Baudouin (IV) S.Crequi, father of Jean
[200], though he was known as S.Beaurain before his father's death in 1255, which makes it unlikely
for him to be an active campaigner in 1297.
Anselme 6:780 (Baudouin de Beaurain) + 794 (Baudouin de Ramboval); XDA:271; LBR:503
(Baudouin);
171 le sire de lire d argent a .ii. batons de gueules a une bordure de gueules endentee
1 A GG
art
2 bends & border engrailed
Guillaume de Lières, S.Lières (dep Pas-de-Calais, can Lillers), received wages as banneret in november
1299.
XDA:410 (Guil, 1299); URF:1625* (Ar-Sa-Gu);
172 jean de chateaubriand de gueules a fleurs de lis d or semees
1 GO
bre
semy of fleurs-de-lis
Jean (VI) de Chateaubriand, d.1301, Sr des Roches Baritaut et de la Lande (in Bretagne), son of
Geoffroi S.Beaufort (d.1284). The chief in FW:540 is a mistake copied from TCO:98.
Potier NB 1:23-234; XDD:1758 (Geof (V), 1269); LBR:859; WIN:937* (label); FW:540*;
TCO:98* (chief); VER:581* (& bend);
173 brian le boeuf de gueules a la crois d or a .iv. lions d or
1 G OO
bre
cross acc. 4 lions
Briant le Boeuf, a breton.
Recueil HF 23:790; WIN:978; URF:2648;
174 andrieu de morlaines d or a une bande de gueules a la bordure d oiselets de gueles au
bea
lambiaus d azur
1 O GGB
bend betw 6 martlets & label
André / Drieu de Morlaines S.Morlaines-de-Châtaignes & Mello, served in Flanders 1297 according
to his receipt of wages 30.11.1298. Morlaines, dep Oise, arr Beauvais, cne Tillié.
Anselme 6:69; XDD:2857* (less label, Drieu, 1280); TCO:317; WIN:1023; LBR:279*(Drieu);
TCO:310*; WIN:1022+1025*; HCN:418*; LBR:276*; WIN:1022* (all less label); FW:467*+468*
(c2); LBR:471* (less orle; unfinished)
175 jehan de falevy burele d argent et d azur a la bande de gueules
1 § G AB
ver
barruly & bend
Jean (IV) de Nesle, d.1300, S.Falvy & Herelle. His eldest son was killed at Courtrai 1302, leaving his
younger brother, Jean (V), who in c.1303 married Jeanne Dm.Vendeuil, as heir. Falvy, dep Somme,
can Nesle.
Anselme 2:507; ESNF 7:16; XDD:56; FW:456; TCO:30; LBR:113; HCN:16;
176 .. de ville d argent a la fasce de gueules a .ij. molettes noires en la fasce
1 A GS
cha
fess ch. 2 mullets
Godefroi de Ville, a cadet of Ville-sur-Tourbe (dep Marne, can Ville-sur-Tourbe), nephew of Mahaut
Dm.Ville (d.1277), who brought the lordship to her husband Gobert (III) de Montchâlons Sr de la
Bove. The mullets ought to be in chief.
Boos LBR 172; LBR:341* (Geof); VER:171* (mullets in chf; Surien);
177 .. de pruilli d or a la bordure d oisets de gueules
1 OG
orle of eagles
Repeat of Preuilly [83], the oisets or oiselets usually mean martlets.
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178 foucant m..gny d argent au lion noir
1 AS
hai
lion rampant
Possibly a Foucault de Montigny-en-Ostrevant from Hainaut, not identified. If so, the arms ought to
be {Vt lion Ar}. Another possibility is an unidentified breton as URF:2647 'ramegny' has the same
blazon, followed by Bertran le Boeuf (URF:2648 = CPF:173). The identical arms in PRT:1815 and
LBQ:1648 ‘le seigneur de montigny’ are copied from identical sources, a subsegment of Artois, which
is not in URF.
URF:1891* (Vt-Ar); VER:310* (Vt-Ar & label);
179 sire de mourroyd axzur a .iij. aigles d or
1 BO
pon
3 eagles
Either Henri de Nouvion sr., fl.1270, kt, or his son, Henri jr., a squire in 1271. Nouvion-enPonthieu, dep Somme, arr Abbéville, can Nouvion. A relation, Jean de Nouvion S.Thièvres (fl.12981300) bore the arms in Or-Sa.
M. Popoff, 2.ColAIH 1981 p.107-115; XSP:541 (Henri, 1270) + 542 (Henri jr, 1271) + 544 (Jean,
1300); VER:533 (Henri); URF:1387; VER:534* (Or-Sa; Jean);
180 pierre de foulloy d argent a .iv. lionceaux noirs
1 AS
ami
4 lions
Pierre de Fouilloy, fl.1298. Fouilloy, dep Somme, can Corbie. The arms should be three lions
crowned as in the seals and armorials, a scribal error.
Recuieil HF 23:764; XDC:3753* (3 lions cr., Pierre, 1389); BER:288; VER:190* (3 lions cr;
Pierre); URF:1451* (3 lions cr);
181 jehan de olehain d argent a .iij. tourteaux de gueules
1 AG
cor
3 roundels
Jean (II) de Montigny-Olhain, d.c1316, banneret. Olhain, dep Pas-de-Calais, arr Bethune, can
Houdain, cne Fresnicourt-le-Dolmen.
P Feuchère, le Vielle families, 2: Olhain, AHS 1950, 64:91; XDA:527; URF:1623; VER:307* (label;
Hugues);
182 guillaume de la roche rouaut ondoie d argent et a gueules a lambeau d azur
1 A GB
poi
barry undy & label
Guillaume de la Rochechouart, d.>1292, S.Mortemart, member of a cadet branch.
Anselme 4:675; ESNF 3.4:776-790; XDD:3412; BIG:283*; VER:491*; LBR:668* (less label);
183 ernou berart dazur au chef d or au lion d argent et un boeuf de gueules et chef
1 B AOG
ber
lion & chief ch. bull
Arnould Berard, not identified.
184 guillaume de chavegny d argent a la fasce engreslee de gueles a lambeau d asur
1 A GB
ber
fess of lozenges & label
Guillaume (III) de Chauvigny, d.1322, S.Châteauroux (dep Indre), present at Courtrai 1302. He also
served Edward I R.England in 1299. He married 1) in 1272 Jeanne, daughter of Gui de Châtillon
C.St.Pol, and 2) in 1302 Jeanne, daughter of Bouchard C.Vendôme. The label was a permanent
brisure of this junior branch.
ESNF 13:70-72; Brault RAE 2:102; XRO:3044 (Guil, 1302); XGB:129 (Guil, 1282); VER:439;
TCO:298 (Guil); FW:658*; C:182*; LBR:658* (label Sa; Guil);
185 ytier de magnac de gueules au chef d or a .ij. pans vaires
1 G OZ
lms
chief ch. 2 pales
Itier de Magnac, fl.1293, S.Magnac (Limousin) & Cluis (Berry), husband of Belbassesz de Brosse and
son of Itier and Agnes de Pressigny. The arms of Magnac are {Gu 2 pales Or & chief Vr & label
Az/Sa}.
Anselme 5:570; XEP:1151* (2 pales & label, Itier, 1340); VER:450*; TCO:278*; FW:513* (2
pales & chief & label; Itier);
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186 jehan de lignieres d or au chef echequete d argent et de azur au lion de gueules corone d or
1 O GX AB
ber
lion & chief checky
Jean de Lignières S.Menetou-sur-Cher (dep Cher, arr St.Amand-Montrond, can Lignières, Berry),
present at Courtrai.
XGB:190*; XDD:2585; BER:225* (the chief Vr); BHM:2259*; URF:2640* (the lion cr.);
187 hugues de surgeres de gueules frette de vair
1 GZ
poi
fretty
Hugues de Surgères, fl.1294, S.Surgères & Dompierre-sur-Boutonne. Surgères, dep CharenteMaritime, arr Rochefort.
XEP:620; XDD:2664+3662; XDC:8745; NAV:1293; URF:639;
188 hugues l'archeveque burele d argent et d azur a la bande de gueules
1 § G AB
poi
barruly & bend
Hugues de l'Archevéque, fl.1297-1302, younger brother of Guillaume (VI) S.Parthenay (minor 1271,
d.1317), present at Courtrai and at Mons-en-Pévèle. The arms were derived from Lusignan
ESNF 14:48; XDD:3165-3167; XRO:418; XEP:542; C:174 (Hugues); TCO:277; LBR:662 (Guil);
189 estive de warche dazur au lion d or
1 BO
hai
lion rampant
Possibly Jacques de Werchin, d.1323, S.Werchin and hereditary sénéchal of Hainaut, or a relative.
His brother Etienne / Witasse was reportedly a canon. The Werchin arms were {Azure lion argent,
billety argent}.
ESNF 3:715; XRA 4:223; XDF:387 (all Werchin); WIN:1217*; FW:441*; VER:322*;TCO:139*
(Werchin);
190 le sire de wallincourt dargent au lion de gueules
1 AG
hai
lion rampant
Jean de Wallincourt, fl.1290-1311, S.Wallincourt & Cysoing, present at Courtrai. Wallincourt (dep
Nord, can Clary, cne Walincourt) was one of the 12 pairs of Hainaut. Cysoing was a pair of Flanders.
XRA 1:337t31n1+ 4:191 (Jean, 1311, 1312); VER:314 (Gui); HCN:351* (billety Gu); LBR:551*
191 le sire de hermocelle d or au queuron d azur a .iij. oiselets de gueules
1 O BG
poi
chevron betw 3 eagles
Probably Gui (II) de la Trémoille, fl.1261-1301, S.Trémoille or one of his sons Gui (III) or
Geoffroi, or possibly his brother Pierre. The colours of chevron and eagles, not martlets, are
inverted.
192 miles de noyers d azur a une aigle d or
1 BO
bur
eagle
Miles (§) de Noyers, 1271-1350, S.Noyers ( near Joux en Avallonnais/Auxerre) & Vendeuvre (dep
Aube), created maréchal de France 1302 (after Courtrai) and boutellier de France 1336.
Anselme 6:648-657; Chenaye 15:82-83; Bouly EHT 114; XCB:407-409; XDD:3087; VER:79;
LBR:431 (Miles); TCH:44;
193 dreu de mello d or a .ij. fesses de gueules et a une bordure d oiselets de gueules a l escusson
des armes de brienne
1 O GG+
2 bars acc. orle of martlets acc. escutch {barry Ar-Az & lion Gu}
Dreux (IV) de Mello, d.1317, S.Ste.Hermine & Jarnac, son of Dreux (III) [88] and Eustace de
Lusignan Dm.Ste.Hermine (d.1270), present at Courtrai. The inescutcheon cannot be the arms of
Brienne {Az lion Or, billety Or} for Adelaide de Montréal as suggested by Adam, but Lusignan, as he
held the Lusignan seigneuries of Ste.Hermine and Jarnac, and is so emended.
Boos LBR 182; XDD:2779; XCB:366; VER:344;
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194 jehan de chalon de gueules a la bande d or
1 GO
frc
bend
Jean (I) de Chalon, 1259-1316, S.Arlay, son of Jean 'le sage' (d.1267) PfGf.Burgund & C.Chalon &
Auxonne and his 3rd wife Laurette de Commercy, uncle of Othon C.Bourgogne [11]. He served as
maréchal d'évêque de Liège 1297-98, and was probably present at Courtrai. Adam proposed Jean de
Chalon (c.1243-1309) S.Rochefort & Chatelbelin & C.Auxerre (j.u. 1276-90), the father of
Guillaume [26] and halfbrother of Jean S.Arlay, which is possible, but less likely. The Arlay branch
later used a mullet sable on the bend for difference, possibly omitted by one early copyist.
ESNF 2:60 + 3:121; Brault RAE 2:96; XCB:234; XDD:510-512 (Jean, 1274, 1277, 1293); FW:71;
LBR:92+454 (C.Chalon)+108 (Tonnere); WIN:1086; TCA:53; URF:966* (ch. mullet);
195 liebaut de baufremont vaire d or et de gueules
1 OG
frc
vairy
Liebaut (III) de Beauffremont, fl.1242, d.1303, S.Beauffremont, lieutenant général de FrancheComté 1297 and maréchal de Bourgogne 1303, diedthe same year in Arras.
ESNF 13:38; XDF:525; WIN:591+1120; TCO:203; WIN:1120;
196 enrart de tramines d argent a .iij. quintefeuilles de gueules
1 AG
_FR
3 cinquefoils
Enrart de Tramines, not identified. URF:2643 'traves';
197 le sire de courlandon de gueules a .iij. quintefeuilles d or
1 GO
cha
3 cinquefoils
Jean (II), fl.1308, Sr de Courlandon & Arcis-sur-l'Aube (dep Marne).
Recueil HF 23:23:804; Brault RAE 2:123; Newman N 140; FW:499* (Or 3 sixfoils Gu); TCO:78*;
LBR:443* (a3); HCN:346* (Or 3 roses Gu);
198 le sire de torote de gueules au lion d or
1 GO
ver
lion rampant
Jean (IV) de Thourotte, fl.1301, S.Thourotte & Honnecourt, son of Gaucher (d.c1293), who sold the
châtellenie of Noyon to Philippe 'le bel' in 1295. Châtelain of Brugge in 1299-1300.
Recueil HF 23:795; Funck-Brentano PB 313 ; Bouly EHT 82-83; Newman N 1:205+211-213;
XDP:1024 (Jean, 1282); XDF:1651 (Jean, 1301); LBR:391* (Gu-Ar); URF:1530;
199 son fiex de mesme a lambeau d azur
1 G OB
ver
lion & label
Adam proposed Aubert de Thourotte (fl.1314) S.Chastelier, younger brother of Jean [198].
VER:55 'jehan de castellet';
200 le sire de crequi d or a l arbre de gueules
1 OG
pon
crequer plant
Jean (I) de Crequi, fl.1289-1301, S.Crequi.
Anselme 4:293 + 6:776; Chenaye DN 6:464-490; XDD:1958; LBR:503 (Baudouin); TCA:14 (Jean);
TMO:173; HCN:9+402; VER:243;
201 le sire de bousavesnes d or a la crois de gueules engreslee
1 OG
art
cross engrailed
Jean de Bouchavesnes (dep Somme, can Combles, near Peronne), present at Courtrai with the
contingent from Ponthieu.
Bouly EHT 79; XDA:199; BHM:2780; VER:156;
202 le chatelain de beaumes de gueules a la crois d or engreslee
1 GO
cross engrailed
Robert Sr de Beaumetz les Loges, châtelain de Bapaume (dep Somme), present at Courtrai.
Recueil HF 23:791; XDA:1712; TCO:245; URF:1638; NAV:1107; WIN:794; WIN:795*;
VER:198*; VER:197*; FW:415*;
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Trie
Trie
Chambly
Chambly
Chambly
Machault
Soissons
Pri Bra Ada
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Roche-Guyon
Dammartin
Lalaing
Ivry
Montmorency-Laval
Maille
Pressigny
Soissons
Joinville
Clermont (connetable)
Clermont
Picquigny
Picquigny
Bailleul
Bailleul
Boubers
Caumont
Hangest
Cardonnoy
Raineval
Cany
Moreuil
Pontremy
Beausart
Boulogne, connetable
Milly
Beauval
Maignelay
Heilly
Châtillon-Autrêches
Mailly
Preuilly
Poix
Cayeux
Coucy
Coucy-Pinon
Mello
Boisleux
Sausset
Wavrin (Saint-Venant)
Bergues
Haveskerke
Haveskerke
Brabant
Ferrières
Vendôme
Tancarville
Charbogne
Montchâlons
Bertrand
Thibouville
Malet
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Esneval
Ivry
Richebourg
Ivry
Harcourt
Harcourt
Patry
Merle
Bayonne
Thil
Courtenay
Villebéon
Bouville
Léon
Léon
Roche
Clères
Saint-Martin
Westmael
Ligne
Denisy
Châtelier
Mathefelon
Beaumont
Haye
Sourches
Chalons
Loos
Préaux
Bailleul
Corneuil
Rouvray
Amboise
Montbazon
Sainte-Maure
Garencières
Bruyeres
Maillé
Brun de Vernoil
Thouars
Chartres
Mortimer
Hotot-en-Caux
Baucay
Averton
Plessis de Merdogne
Charny
Saint-Lignaen
Bruniquel
Belleville
Montjean
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Thouars
Thouars
Borgne de Kertanguy
Montfort-sur-Meu
Rostrenen
Beaumanoir
Rochefort
Doucelles
Rougé
Ancenis
Machecoul
Cabric
Walhain
Mathefelon
Crequi
Lières
Chateaubriand
Boeuf
Morlaines
Falvy
Ville
Preuilly
Montigny
Nouvion
Fouilloy
Montigny de Olhain
Rochechouart
Berard
Chauvigny
Magnac
Lignières
Surgères
Lusignan,Archevêque
Werchin
Wallincourt
Tremoille
Noyers
Mello
Chalon
Beauffremont
Tramines
Courlandon
Thourotte
Thourotte
Crequi
Bouchavesnes
Beaumetz
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Bruxelles, KBR, ms.G 673 pp.47-50
This 15th century copy of the CPF appears to be copied from a disordered painted copy in a hasty,
sometimes nealy illegible hand. It has not been transcribed, but the legends from the major copies
are reproduced as an aid to compare the manuscript with the various editions. The G673 blazons are
placed opposite their closest ‘partner’ in blazonry, usually but not always identical. In a few
instances the actual blazon or comments are added in italics. § indicates verification of arms.
The items on the G673 pages are numbered: 1-26 (p.46), 27-74 (p.47), 75-119 (p.48),
120-162 (p.49) and 163-186 (p.50). The introduction refers to a campaign in Flanders by the king of
France in 1218. Only the first 10 items have both legends and blazons, the next two have legends
only, and the remainder have blazons only, though items 29 Melun and 80 Courcy are named as
such without further blazon.
The terms used in the blazons are different from that used in the primary copies, and the border
a.o. are placed before the main charges. At least one of the copyists involved in the copies leading
to G673 have made several errors in the interpretation of the arms, viz. in 103 a ‘bourdon’ is
introduced as the blazon’s ‘deux fesses .. et a une bordure d’oiseles’ is confused with a bourdon or
pilgrim’s staff within an orle of martlets.
Though this copy, apart from the irregular concordance, corresponds well with the reconstructed
CPF, it has not be used to amend the main presentation, mainly due to the unsatifactory blazonry
and lack of names.
KBR
G673
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Legend in CPF
le roy de franche d azur a fleurs de lis d or semees
messire charles de meme a bordure de gueules
messire loys de meme a baton copone d argent et de gueules
messire loys de clermont de meme au baton de gueules a la
molette d argent
raymond berenger fils du roy de cecille de france a lambel de
gueules a un quartier d ermines
le fils du roy de mallorque pale d or et de gueules a la bordure
de franche
le conte d'artoys de franche au lambel de gueules castelle dor
messire philippe d'artoys de franche au lambel de gueules
besante d argent
le conte de sainct polde gueules a .iij. pals de vair et un chief d
or a lambeau d azur
messire jacques de sainct pol porte telels armes a la fleur de lis
sable issant
le conte de bourgoigne d azur au lion billete d or
le duc de bourgoigne bande d or a une bordure de gueules
le conte de bretaigne echequete d or et d d azur a une bordure
de gueules au quartier d ermines
artus de bretaigne de meme la bordure engresle
pierre de bretaigne les armes le conte la bordure besantee d
argent
le conte de roussy d or au lion d azur
le conte de hainaut de noir a un lion d or
n.. de hu d'azur au lion billete d'or
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Family
§
§
§
§
FRANCE
Valois
Evreux
Bourbon
§
Anjou
§
Aragon
§
§
Artois
Artois
§
Chatillon
§
Chatillon
§
§
§
FrancheComte
Bourgogne
Dreux
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§
Dreux
Dreux
§
§
§
Roucy
Hainaut
Brienne
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62
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li contes de bouloinge d'or a un fanuns de gueulles
mesire godefroit de bouloinge celles mesmes a un baston
d'asur
li contes d'abbeville d'asur a trois bandes d'or et a une bordure
de gueulles
le conte de dreux echequete d or et d azur a une bordure de
gueules
robert de dreux de meme a lionceaux d argent en la bordure
robert de dreux les armes le conte de dreux la bordure
engreslee
li contes de la marche burele d'argent et d'asur
li contes d'auchoire de gheulles a une bande d'or et a un
escuchon du duc de bourgoigne en la bande
li contes de fores de gheules a un daufin d'or
mesire godefroi de brebant d'or a un lion noir au lambiau de
gheules
li vicomtes de meleun d'asur a sept tourtiaus d'or et au chief
d'or
mesire symon de meleun les armes celles mesmes a trois
oiseles de gheules au chief
li conestables de gheules a deux bars d'or trefle d'or
mesire gui de nele d'or a deux bars de gheules trefle de
gueules
li sires de monmoranchi d'or a une crois de gheules et a seize
egles d'asur es quatre cartiers
mesire willame crespin fasce d'argent et de gheules endente de
l'un et l'autre
mesire guillames ses fieus porte celles armes au lambiaus
d'asur
mesire jehan crespin porte les armes de son pere a une quartier
d'or
mesire jacques de beiaune d'argent a une bande de gheules a
trois egles d'or en la bande au lambiaus d'asur
mesire mahiu de trie d'asur a une bande d'or
mesire jehans de schoisel d'asur billete d'or et a une crois d'or
mesire renaut de trie d'or a une bande tronçonnee d'argent et
d'asur
mesire ansel de chevreuses argent a une croix de gheules a
quatre lions d'asur es quatre cartiers
dor au chef de gul
mesire jehan de courtenay d'or a trois tortiaus de gheules
li camberlains de tancarvillede .. a un escusson d'argent par mi
agegnies d'or en l'escu
mesire angoran de bailleul de gheulles a un faus escucon
d'ermine
mesire gui de la roche d'or a cinq cotices d'asur et une bordure
de gueulles
* dor borde de gul a la 6 cotice daz
mesire mahiu de ville d'or a trois jumelles d'asur et a une
bordure de gheules
mesire gui le boutillier escartele d'or et de gheules
* dor cartiler de gul
mesire ansiaus le boutillie porte celles armes au lambiaus
mesire .. de saint venant d'asur a un escusson d'argent au
lambiaus de gheules
li castelains de bergues d'or a un lion de gheules
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§
§
Boulogne
Boulogne
§
Ponthieu
§
Dreux
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§
Dreux
Dreux
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§
Lusignan
Chalon
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§
Forez
Brabant
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Melun
§
Melun
§
§
Clermont
Clermont
§
Montmorency
§
Crespin
§
Crespin
§
Crespin
§
Bayonne
§
§
§
Trie
Choisel
Trie
§
Chevreuse
§
§
Courtenay
Tancarville
§
Balliol
§
Roche
§
Villebeon
§
Bouteiller
§
§
Bouteiller
Wavrin
§
Bergues
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104
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mesire ansels de l'ile d'argent a une fesse de gheules at a une
bordure d'oiseles de gheules
mesire jehan de l'ile porte celles armes au lambiaus d'asur
mesire ansel de schoisel porte les armes noir au fleurs de lis
d'or semees et une bande d'argent
mesire gui d'anevaul palle d'or et d'asur au chief de gheules
mesire guillame marteel d'or a trois marteaus de gheules
mesire piere de machau d'asur a trois coquilles d'or
mesire piere son fiex porte celles armes au lambiaus noirs
mesire oudart de chabeli porte ces mesmes au lambiaus vers
thibaut de matefelon d or a .iij. escussons de gueules
mesire guillame d'iveri d'or a trois chevrons de gheules
* chevronne dor et de gul de x
mesire hue de bauville d'argent a une fesse de gheules a trois
annelets d'or en la fess
mesire hervi de lion d'or a un lion noir
mesire richart de la roche porte celles armes au lambiaus de
gheules
son fiex celles armes a un baston de gheules
mesire renaut de dammartin fessie d'argent et d'asur a sis
pieces a une bordure de gheules et a un oiselet noir
mesire jehan de clere d'argent a une fesse d'asur diapree d'or
mesire jehan de saint martin d'or billete de gheules
arnould de walhain d or a lecusson vert au baton coponne d
argent et de gueules
* dor a la scuson de sinop baston .. darg et de gul de x
mesire ernoul de wesmael de gheules a trois fleurs de lis
d'argent en lonc
mesire symon de lalain de gheules a dix losanges d'argent au
lambiaus d'asur besante d'or
mesire gautier de ligne d'or a une bande de gheules
mesire denisi d'or a trois cotices noires
mesire tibaut de mathefelon d'or a trois escussons de gheules
mesire chastelier noir a sept tourteaus d'or et au chief palle d'or
et de gheules
mesire bernard de moreul les armes de france a un demi lyon
d'argent
* de france au lyon dor
[mesire pruille] d'or a une bordure d'aiglettes de gheules
mesire de toukes burele d'argent et de gheules a une bordure
de merles noires
mesire hardoin de la haye de gheules a une crois d'hermine
eslargie par les bous
mesire angoran de couchi fessie de vair et de gheules
mesire robert de pingnons porte celles armes a un quartier d'or
mesire nicole de serbonne gironne d'or et d'asur a un escusson
d'argent et au sautoir d'ermine
mesire gobiert de monsablon de gheules a trois peux vaires
d'argent et de vert au chef d'or
mesire le vidame de chaalons de gheules a trois peus vaires au
chef d'or a deux lionceaux de gheules passans l'un contre
l'autre en chief
mesire jehan de bailleur d'or a une fesse de gueules
mesire piere de praiaus de gheules a une egle d'or
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Isle-Adam
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Isle-Adam
Choisel
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§
§
§
§
§
§
Esneval
Martel
Machaut
Chambly
Chambly
Mathefelon
Ivry
§
Bouville
§
§
Leon
Leon
§
§
Leon
Dammartin
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§
§
Cleres
St.Martin
Walhain
§
Westmael
§
Lalaing
§
§
§
§
Ligne
Denisy
Mathefelon
Chasteler
§
Moreuil
§
§
Preuilly
Sourches
§
Haye
§
§
§
Coucy
Coucy
Charbogne
§
Monchalons
§
Chatillon
§
Bailleul
Preaux
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135
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90
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101
102
103
132
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136
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139
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102
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147
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112
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110
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mesire pier de corneul d'or a une fesse de gueules et a trois
torteaux de gheules
mesire robert bertran d'or a un lion vert
mesire tibourville d'ermine a une fesse de gheules
mesire jehan mallet de gheules a trois fermaus d'or
mesire gerard de los fessie d'or et de gheules au lambiaus
d'asur besante d'argent
mesire jehan de rouveray burele d'or et d'asur a un lion de
gheules et a un collier d'argent
mesire piere d'emboise palle d'or et de gheules
mesire monbason de gheules a un lion d'or
mesire guillame de saincte more d'argent a une fesse de
gheules
mesire hardoin de mailli ondoie d'or et de gheules
mesire hion de gaurenchieres de gheules a trois chevrons d'or
mesire adam de bruieres d'or a un lion noir a la queue fourchue
billete d'or or billetty a lion rampant double queued sable adam
de bruyeres
li bruns de vernoil escartele de gueles et de vair
mesire renaut de prechenig fessie d'or et d'asur et contrefescie
et bande contrebande au coigniet gironne et a un escuchon
d'argent au milieu
mesire jehan de harcourt de gheules a deux fesses d'or
mesire guillame de harecourt porte celles armes au lambiaus
d'asur
mesire dreus de melon d'or a deux fesses de gheules et a une
bordure d'oiseles de gheules
* dor au bourdon de gul en pal . a lorle de merlettes de gul
mesire hardoin de mailli ondoie d'or et de gheules
mesire vincent de hutot d'asur seme de tencelles d'or a un lion
d'argent
mesire foucaut de merle de gheules a trois roies d'argent
mesire ferriere d'argent a un escusson de gheules et a une
bordure de fers a ceval de gheules
mesire joffroi de vendome d'argent au chef de gheules a un lion
d'asur et a une fleur de lis d'or en l'espaule du lion
mesire joffroy d'averton d'asur a un sautoir d'argent et a quatre
estancelles d'or
mesire itier de merdoine d'asur seme de trefles d'or a un lion
d'or
mesire hue de bauchei d'or a un fer de moulin de gheules
mesire jehan de charni de gheules a trois escussons d'argent
mesire bouchart de marli or a un crois de gheules a quatre
egles d'asur es quatre quartiers
mesire amouri de mullant noir a un lion d'argent a la ceue
fourcie
mesire de saint lignaen de gheules a une rose d'argent
li vicontes de burniquet mi party d'argent et de gheules a une
fausse crois partie d'or et de gheules pommele de gheules sur
l'argent et d'or sur le gheules
mesire gerart de boubert d'argent a trois escussons de gheules
le vidame de pingquingny fessie d'argent et d'asur a une
bordure de gheules
mesire renaut son fiex porte celles armes a la bordure besantee
d'or
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Corneuil
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§
§
§
Bertrand
Thibouville
Malet
Loos
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Rouvray
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§
§
Amboise
Montbazon
Ste.Maure
§
§
§
Maille
Garencieres
Bruyeres
§
§
Brun
Pressigny
§
§
Harcourt
Harcourt
§
Mello
§
§
Maille
Hotot
§
§
Merle
Ferriere
§
Vendome
§
Averton
§
Plessis
§
§
§
Baucay
Charny
Montmorency
§
Meulan
§
§
Seninghem
Bruniquel
§
§
Boubers
Picquigny
§
Picquigny
120
68
121
122
74
75
123
124
125
170
76
126
127
128
77
154
157
129
130
155
156
131
132
158
159
133
134
160
171
135
136
137
162
163
165
138
166
139
176
140
141
175
167
142
143
144
172
173
174
145
70
146
71
147
72
148
128
149
69
150
81
151
152
153
154
155
156
79
80
82
178
179
180
mesire hue de caumont de gheules seme de croisettes d'or a
trois molettes d'or
mesire li vicontes de pont de remi d'argent au chief de gheules
mesire gui de brianst d'ermine a un lion de gheules couronne
d'or
gui de bouvencourt d or a un arbre de gueules
darg a la bordur de gul engrele
li conestables de boulonnois d'argent a un lyon noir couronne
d'or
mesire dreus de milli noir au chief d'argent
mesire morachi de bellevile gironne de vair et de gheules
mesire hue de touart porte celles armes a une espee d'argent
au cartier
mesire bruiant de monjehan d'or frete de gheules or fretty gules
li vicontes de touart d'or au fleur de lis d'asur semees et a un
cartier de gheules
mesire joffroi le bornie noires a crois d'argent
mesire raoul de montfort d'argent a un fer de molin de gheules
a testes d'or de serpens au fer de molin
mesire piere de rotelen fesse d'hermine et de gheules
le sire de lire d argent a .ii. batons de gueules a une bordure de
gueules endentee
mesire thiebaut de rochefort vaire d'or et d'asur
mesire doucheille burele d'or et de vert et a un lion de gheules
mesire joffroit d'ancenis de gheules a trois quintefueilles
d'ermines
mesire jehan de macheclou d'argent a trois chevrons de
gheules
.. de ville d argent a la fasce de gueules a .ij. molettes noires en
la fasce
jehan de falevy burele d argent et d azur a la bande de gueules
mesire tiebaut de cabric fessie d'argent et de gheules a un
baston d'asur
jean de chateaubriand de gueules a fleurs de lis d or semees
brian le boeuf de gueules a la crois d or a .iv. lions d or
andrieu de morlaines d or a une bande de gueules a la bordure
d oiselets de gueles au lambiaus d azur
mesire adam du cardonnoy d'or a une crois de gheules a cinq
coquilles d'argent en la crois
mesire jehan de remeval d'or a une crois noire a cinq coquilles
d'argent en la crois
flammens de cauni d'or a dix losenges de gheulles au lambiaus
d'asur
mesire jehan de biaumont les armes de france a un demi lion
d'argent
mesire aubert de hangiet d'argent a une crois de gheules a cinq
coquilles d'or en la croix
mesire gauchier d'austrestes porte les armes de blois a un lyon
de gheules passant
mesire jehan de maignelers de gheules a une bande d'or
mesire jehan de heilli de gheules a une bande d'or engrelee
mesire simon de mailli d'or a trois mailles de gheules
foucant m..gny d argent au lion noir
sire de mourroy d azur a .iij. aigles d or
pierre de foulloy d argent a .iv. lionceaux noirs
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§
Caumont
§
§
Pontremy
Beausart
§
Crequi
§
Hermelinghen
§
§
§
Milly
Harpedane
Thouars
§
§
Montjean
Thouars
§
§
Borgne
Montfort
§
§
Rostrenen
Lieres
§
§
§
Rochefort
Doucelles
Ancenis
§
Machecoul
§
Ville
§
Falvy
Cabric
§
§
§
Chateaubrian
Boeuf
Morlaines
§
Cardonnoy
§
Raineval
§
Cany
§
Beaumont
§
Hangest
§
Chatillon
§
§
§
Maignelay
Heilly
Mailly
Montigny
Nouvion
Fouilloy
§
§
157
158
181
182
159
160
93
183
161
162
185
184
163
186
164
165
187
188
166
167
168
189
190
191
169
84
170
171
172
89
90
60
173
174
192
193
175
59
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
194
195
196
197
198
199
94
183
184
185
186
200
201
202
-
jehan de olehain d argent a .iij. tourteaux de gueules
guillaume de la roche rouaut ondoie d argent et a gueules a
lambeau d azur
mesire jehan de haveskerke d'or a une fesse de gheules
ernou berart dazur au chef d or au lion d argent et un boeuf de
gueules et chef
ytier de magnac de gueules au chef d or a .ij. pans vaires
guillaume de chavegny d argent a la fasce engreslee de gueles
a lambeau d asur
jehan de lignieres d or au chef echequete d argent et de azur au
lion de gueules corone d or
hugues de surgeres de gueules frette de vair
hugues l'archeveque burele d argent et d azur a la bande de
gueules
estive de warche dazur au lion d or
le sire de wallincourt dargent au lion de gueules
le sire de hermocelle d or au queuron d azur a .iij. oiselets de
gueules
mesire poi de gheules a une bande d'argent seme de croisettes
d'argent
mesire robert de bellens vert a une fesse d'argent
sauset de bursay d'asur a un fer molin d'argent
mesire jehan de genville d'asur au chief d'ermine a un demi lion
de gheules et couronne d'or au chief et a trois broies d'or sur
l'asur
miles de noyers d azur a une aigle d or
dreu de mello d or a .ij. fesses de gueules et a une bordure d
oiselets de gueules a l escusson des armes de brienne
mesire raoul de soisson d'or a un lion noir passant et a une
bordure noire
jehan de chalon de gueules a la bande d or
liebaut de baufremont vaire d or et de gueules
enrart de tramines d argent a .iij. quintefeuilles de gueules
le sire de courlandon de gueules a .iij. quintefeuilles d or
le sire de torote de gueules au lion d or
son fiex de mesme a lambeau d azur
mesire gille de haveskerke porte celles armes au lambiaus
d'asur
* dor a la fasce de gul auch lâbel daz de s
le sire de crequi d or a l arbre de gueules
le sire de bousavesnes d or a la crois de gueules engreslee
le chatelain de beaumes de gueules a la crois d or engreslee
daz lyon dor seme de fleurdelis de mesmes
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§
§
Montigny
Rochechouart
§
Haveskerke
Berard
§
§
Magnac
Chauvigny
§
Lignieres
§
§
Surgeres
Archeveque
§
§
§
Werchin
Wallincourt
Tremoille
§
Poix
§
§
§
Boisleux
Sausset
Joinville
§
§
Noyers
Mello
§
Soissons
§
§
§
§
§
§
Chalon
Beauffremont
Tramines
Courlandon
Thourotte
Thourotte
Haveskerke
§
§
§
Crequi
Bouchavesne
Beaumetz
Comparison of CPF and a subsegment of Urfé.
A short subsegment of 21 items (2629-2649), part of 100 items in segment 45 miscellaneous arms,
in the armorial Urfé appears to derive from the CPF, when occurrences in Clemmensen OM is
examined.
Items, which are not unique pairs of CPF and a member of the Urfé group are marked ‘a.o.’.
URF
A GS
2629
celui de conques, burle d argent et de gueles a le bordure de merlettes de sable
barruly acc. orle of martlets
= CPF:130 ’mesire de toukes’ - Patrice (II) de Chourches, a.o.
URF
2630
celui d anthioiche, de blois a j lion de gueles passant
G ZOG 3 pales & chief ch. lion passt
= CPF:81 ‘mesire gauchier d'austrestes’, a.o.
URF
AG
2631
fess
celui de biauleul, d argent a le faisse de gueles
= CPF:134 ‘mesire jehan de bailleur’ – OG - not identified ;
URF
O SO
2632
celui de cornuaille, d or a le faisse de gueles a iij besans de mesmes
fess ch. 3 roundels
= CPF:135 ‘mesire pier de corneul’ - Pierre de Corneuil, a.o.
URF
2633
celui de castelion, de sable a vij tourtiaux d or ou chief paille d or et de gueles
S OOG 7 roundels & chief paly
= CPF:126 ‘mesire chastelier’ - Jean de Châtelier S.Vitry;
URF
OG
2634
celui de richebourg, chevronne d or et de gueles
chevronny
= CPF:107 ‘mesire piere de ricebourg’, a.o.
URF
OG
2635
chief
URF
GE
2636
celui de bailleul, de gueles a l escuchon d ermines perchie
escutcheon voided
= CPF:65 ‘mesire angoran de bailleul’, a.o.
URF
GZ
2637
qtly
celui de vaus, esquartele de gueles et de vairiet contre vairiet d argent et d asur
possibly Varax, in Savoie
= CPF:143 ‘li bruns de vernoil’, a.o. (usually Vr-Gu) ;
URF
ZG
2638
gironny
celui de belleville, geronne de varie contre varie et de gueles
= CPF:154 ‘mesire morachi de bellevile’, a.o.
URF
O BG
2639
celui de harnouville, d or au chevron d asur a trois merlettes de gueles
chevron betw 3 martlets
= CPF:191 ‘le sire de hermocelle’ - probably Tremoille;
URF
2640
O GX AB
celui de tricastel, d or au chief de gueles
= CPF:74 ‘mesire li vicontes de pont de remi’, usually Gu-Ar, a.o.
celui de linieres, d or ou chief eschiquete d argent et d asur a j lion de gueles corone d or
lion cr. & chief checky
= CPF:186 ‘jehan de lignieres’, a.o. (variants only);
URF
OG
URF);
264
celui de bonnanicourt, d or a j arbre de gueles, artisien
crequer plant
= CPF:170 ‘gui de bouvencourt’ – Crequi, as Bonnecourt (label,
URF
B AO
2642
celui de breton, d azur a j sautoir d argent a iiij estincelles d or, normant
saltire acc. 4 mullets
= CPF:149 ‘mesire joffroy d'averton’, a.o.
URF
AG
2643
celui de traves, d argent a iiij quintefueilles d or
3 cinquefoils
= CPF:196 ‘enrart de tramines’ – not identified ;
URF
B OO
a.o.
2644
celui de mierdonne, d azur a j lion d or a tramines de mesmes
lion, trefly
= CPF:150 ‘mesire itier de merdoine’ – Itier de Brion S.Merdogne,
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URF
GA
2645
rose
celui de saint lienart, de gueles a le rose d argent
= CPF:152 ‘mesire de saint lignaen’ – possibly Seninghem ;
URF
GE
2646
celui de le haye, de gueles a le croix d ermines patee, breton
cross formy
= CPF:129 ‘mesire hardoin de la haye’, a.o.
URF
AS
2647
celui de ramegny, d argent a j lion de sable
lion rampant
= CPF:178 ‘foucant m..gny’ – not identified;
URF
G OO
2648
bertran de buef, de gueles a le croix d or a iiij lions de mesmes
cross acc. 4 lions
= CPF:173 ‘brian le boeuf’ – WIN:978 s.n.;
URF
S AG
2649
g le borgne, de sable a le croix d argent a iiij coquilles de gueles, breton
cross ch. 5 escallops
= CPF:158 ‘mesire joffroi le bornie’ – WIN:980 s.n., variants;
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References
(1) Armorials:
Most items from armorials with editions noted as drafts or in prep. as well as notes on other copies may be found in
Clemmensen OM or on www.armorial.dk . Several editions of armorials contain further references and notes on families
and personalities.
A = DER Dering Roll [Brault RAE].
BER Paris, BnF, ms.fr.4985, armorial dit de Berry, c.1450 [Boos BER].
BHM Stockholm, Svenska Riksarkivet, Codex Bergshammar, c.1450 [Raneke BHM].
BIG Paris, BnF, ms.fr.18648, armorial Bigot, c.1254 [Adam BIG; Brault BIG].
C = WAL Walford's Roll. c.1273 [Brault RAE].
D = CMD Camden Roll, c.1280 [Brault RAE].
FW = HE = HER Herald's Roll, alias FitzWillam's version. 1270-80 [Humphery-Smith FW].
HCN Paris, BnF, ms.fr.8199:47r-76r+81-r-87r4+91v, Armorial d'Hozier-Cénalis. c.1275.
LBR Paris, AN, AE I 25no.5 (MM 684), armorial Le Breton alias Montjoie-Chandon. 1292-95 [Boos LBR].
LYN Bruxelles, Bibliothéque Royale Albert Ier, Ms.II.6567, Armorial Lyncenich, mistakenly named Gymnich from a
misreading. A full edition of this mid 15th Century paper and aquatint manuscript is in preparation by E. de Boos and
S.Clemmensen [Boos LYN].
MPA Matthew Paris: Liber Additamentum, London, BL, Cott.Nero D.i, fo.170rv;
MPH Matthew Paris: Historia Anglorum, London, BL, Royal 14C.vii, fo. 1r-154v, TD Tremlett in: Wagner RAH 186;
NAV Paris, BnF, ms.fr.14356, armorial dit du héraut Navarre. c.1370 [Clemmensen NAV, draft].
TCA Paris, BnF, ms.fr.31854:117r-130r; Bruxelles, KBR, ms. Goethals 100, Tournoi de Cambrai. 1269.
TCH Le tournoi de Chauvency 1285. [Delbouille TCH, Clemmensen TCH].
TCO Wien, ÖNB, Ms. I.3297, Rôle de Tournoi de Compiegne 1238/78. [Boos TCO, transcription].
TMO Wien, ÖNB, Ms.3297, Tournoi de Mons 1310. [Boos TMO, transcription].
URF Paris, BnF, ms.fr.32753, armorial d'Urfé. 1380-1425. Partly copied into LBQ (LeBlancq) and PRT (Prinsault).
VER Paris, BnF, ms.fr.2249, armorial dit du héraut Vermandois. 1285-1300 [Boos VER, in prep.]
WIN den Haag, KNGGW, Wijnbergen Wappenbok. 1265-1290 [Adam WIN].
2. Collections of seals:
XBM Walther de Gray Birch: Catalogue of Seals in the British Museum I-VI. - London 1887-1900.
XCB Auguste Coulon: Inventaire des sceaux de la Bourgogne. - Paris 1912.
XDA + XDP Germain Demay: Inventaire des sceaux de l'Artois & Picardie. - Paris 1877.
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XDC Germain Demay: Inventaire des sceaux de la Collection Clerambault I-II. - Paris 1885-1888.
XDD L. Douët d'Arcq: Inventaire & Documents .. Collections de sceaux .. I-III. - Paris 1863-1865.
XDF Germain Demay: Inventaire des sceaux de la Flandre. I-II. - Paris 1873.
XDN Germain Demay: Inventaire des sceaux de la Normandie. – Paris 1881.
XEP Francois Eygun: Sigillographie du Poitou avant 1515. - Poitier 1938.
XGB R. Gandilhon: Inventaire des sceaux du Berry (<1515). - 1933.
XRA Jean-Théodore de Raadt: Sceaux armoiriés des Pays-Bas et des pays avoirsinant I-IV. - Bruxelles 1897-1901.
XRO / XPO J. Roman: Pieces augmentaires. Inventaire des sceaux .. du pieces originales .. de BN Paris I-II. - Paris
1909.
XSC F. Sagarra: Sigillografia catalana. I-V. – Barcelona 1915-52.
XSP marquis de Belleval : Sceaux de Ponthieu. - 1896, reprint Paris 1984.
3. Books and articles
Max Prinet: Armorial de France composé á la fin de 13eme siècle.., Moyen Age, 1934, 31:1-49.
Paul Adam-Even: Rôle d’armes de l’ost de Flandre. Archivum Heraldicum, 1959, 73:2-7.
Gerard J. Brault: The Chifflet-Prinet Roll, CP. In: Eight Rolls of Arms - 13th Century french and anglo-norman
blazon, pp.77-85 – 1973.
Brian Timms: The Chifflet-Prinet Roll. Computerized redrawings of arms with blazons. - www.earlyblazon.com .
- - Paul Adam-Even et L. Jéquier : Un armorial francais du XIIIe siècle. L’armorial Wijnberghen, Archives Héraldiques
Suisses, 65 (1951):49-62, 101-110; 66 (1952): 28-36, 64-68, 103-111; 68 (1954): 55-80. [Adam WIN].
Père Anselme de Sainte-Marie: Histoire Genealogique et chronologique de la Maison royale de France, des Pairs,
Grand Officiers de la Couronne & de la Maison du Roy & des anciens Barons du Royaume .., 3rd. Ed, I-IX. - Paris
1726-1733.
Henri Beauchet-Filleau, Charles Cherge: Dictionaire historique et généalogique des familles de Poitou. 1ed. vol I-II,
1840-1854; 2ed., vol.I-VII, 1891-1979.
Emmanuel de Boos: Armorial de Gilles le Bouvier, héraut Berry. (Paris, BnF ms. fr. 4985). [Boos BER] – Paris 1995.
Emmanuel de Boos: L'armorial Le Breton. [Boos LBR] - Paris 2004.
Louis Bouly de Lesdain: Etudes héraldiques - Miscellania heraldica. II. [Bouly EHT] - Paris 1983.
Gérard J. Brault: Early Blazon. [Brault EB] - Woodbridge 1972, 1997.
Gérard J. Brault: The Rolls of Arms of Edward I. I-II. [Brault RAE] – London 1997.
Burke's Peerage. 105th / 106th / 107th Ed. [Burke PB] – London 1975, 1999, 2005;
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CEMRA, see Wagner.
Jean-Luc Chassel: Sceaux et usages de sceaux. Images de la Champagne médiévale. [Chassel SC]. – Paris 2003.
F.A. la Chenaye-Desbois et Badier: Dictionnaire généalogique, héraldique, chronologique, contenant l'origne et l'état
actuel des premières maisons de France. 19 vols. [Chesnaye DN] - Paris 1863-1876.
CIGH = Congress internationale de généalogie et d’héraldique, proceedings, number and year of meeting ;
Steen Clemmensen: An Ordinary of Medieval Armorials, CD-ROM, Heraldiske Skrifter 6, Societas Heraldica
Scandinavica [Clemmensen OM] - Copenhagen 2006.
Steen Clemmensen: Le tournoi de Chauvency 1285. [Clemmensen TCH] - 2007, www.armorial.dk .
Steen Clemmensen: The heraldry of the Trie family. [Clemmensen T] – 2008, www.armorial.dk .
CoA = Coat of Arms.
ColAIH = Colloquium of l’Académie Internationale d’Héraldique, number & year of meeting.
G.B. di Crollalanza: Dizionario storico-blazonico delle famiglie nobile e natabili italiane estinente e fiorenti. I-III
[Crollanza D] - Pisa 1886.
Dictionnaire de biographie francaise. 1-19 (A-Lac). [DBF] - Paris 1933-2001.
Maurice Delbouille : Le tournoi de Chauvency . Bibliothèque de laFaculté de Philosophie et Lettres de l’Université de
Liège, 1932, 49 :vii-ci + 3-191. [Delbouille TCH] – Liège-Paris 1932.
Kelly DeVries: Infantry warfare in the early fourteenth century. Discipline, tactics, and technology. – Woodbridge
1996.
ESNF = Schwennike &al.
Frantz Funck-Brentano: Les origines de la Guerre de Cent Ans. Philippe le Bel en Flandre. – Paris 1897.
Donald L. Galbreath & Léon Jéquier: Lehrbuch de Heraldik. – Lausanne 1978.
Jacques de Hemricourt (ed. Salbray): Mirroir des nobles de Hasbaye .. 1102-1398 [Hemricourt M] - Bruxelles 1673.
Albert Henry: Le roman du Hem, poeme de Sarrazin. Travaux de la Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres de l’Université de
Bruxelles, 9. - Paris 1939.
Henri Jougla de Morenas: Grand armorial de France. I-VII. - Paris 1934.
William M. Newman: les Seigneurs de Nesle en Picardie, XIIe-XIIIe siècle. I-II. - Philadelphia 1971.
Robert Nussard: le rôle d’armes Bigot. [Nussard BIG] - Paris 1985.
Robert Nussard : l'Heraldique médiévale en Touraine. Marche d'armes IV. [Nussard T] - Paris 1989.
Michel Popoff : Apparition et diffusion des armoiries: l'exemple du Ponthieu (1100-1270). ColAIH, 1982, 2:107-115.
[Popoff P].
Pol Potier de Courcy: Nobiliaire et armorial de Bretagne, I + II, 5.ed. [Potier NB] - 1976.
Jan Raneke: Bergshammarvapenboken – et medeltidsheraldisk studie. [Raneke BHM] - Lund 1975.
Recueil des historiens des Gaules et de la France. vol.1-24 [Recueil HF] - 1738-1904 ; vol.22 (1865), 23 (1876).
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RFHS = Revue francaise d’héraldique et de sigillographie.
Johannes Baptist Rietstap: Armorial général précédé d'un dictionnaire des termes de blason. - Gouda 1884-87, 2nd Ed;
reprint New York 1965.
V. & H.V. Rolland: Illustrations to Rietstap's Armorial. - Bruxelles 1903-1926, reprint Ramsbury 1991.
Dieter Schwennicke, Freytag-Loringhoven FB, Isenburg WK: Europaische Stammtafeln, Neue Folge , I-XIX(+);
Stammtafeln zur Geschichte Europäischer Staaten. [ESNF] - Marburg - 1990-2005.
Anthony Wagner: A Catalogue of English Medieval Rolls of Arms, pp. 78-79 [CEMRA] – London 1950.
Anthony Wagner (Ed.): Rolls of Arms. Henry III. [Wagner RAH] – London 1967.
E. Warlop The Flemish Nobility before 1300. I-II. [Warlop FN] – Kortrijk 1972-75, no pedigrees.
E. Warlop: de Vlaamse Adel voor 1300. I-IV. [Warlop VA] - Handzame, 1968; incl. pedigrees.
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Ordinary of arms
(Z = vair; X = mixed)
chief
1 AG
74
1 SA
77
chief ch. 2 pales
1 G OZ
185
fess diapered
1 AB
121
fess
1 AG
139
1 EG
102
1 GO
66
1 OG
93
1 OG
134
1 VA
89
paly & fess
1 X O AB
29
fess acc. dance in chf
1 G AA
78
fess betw 3 roundels
1 O GG
135
fess & label
1 O GB
94
fess acc. orle of martets
1 A GG
38
fess acc. orle of martets & label
1 A GGB
39
2 bars
1 GO
109
2 bars & label
1 G OB
110
2 bars acc. orle of martlets
1 O GG
88
1 O SS
145
2 bars acc. orle of martlets acc.
escutch {barry Ar-Az & lion Gu}
1 O GG+
193
3 bars acc. martlet in chf dx &
border
1 A BSG
53
3 bars gemel & border
1 O BG
116
fess ch. 2 mullets
1 A GS
176
fess ch. 3 annulets
1 A GO
117
3 bends
1 OS
vairy
1 OB
1 OG
barry
162
195
160
86
1 ZG
barry & border
1 A BG
63
barry & border roundely
1 B AGO
64
barry & canton
1 Z GO
87
barry & label roundely
1 O GBA
132
barruly
1 AB
25
barruly acc. orle of martlets
1 A GS
130
barry undy
1 OG
57
1 OG
142
barry undy & label
1 A GB
182
per pale & barry cch acc.
escutcheon & chief paly and
corners gironny
1 X A OB
58
bend
1 GO
79
1 GO
194
1 OB
45
1 OG
124
barry flory & bend
1 X G OV
146
barry & bend
1 X B AG
167
barruly & bend
1 X G AB
175
1 X G AB
188
bend betw 6 cross crosslets
1 G AA
84
bend betw 6 fleurs-de-lis
1 S AO
44
bend betw 6 martlets & label
1 O GGB
174
2 bends & border engrailed
1 A GG
171
49
125
3 bends & border
1 B OG
21
5 bends & border
1 O BG
52
bend compony
1 O X AB
46
bend cotised
1 B OA
28
qtly & bend ch. 3 eagles & label
1 A GOB
113
bend ch. escutch {bendy Or-Az
& border Gu}
1 GO
26
bendy & border
1 O BG
12
paly
1 OG
137
paly & border flory
1 O GBO
6
paly & chief
1 O BG
105
3 pales & chief & label
1 G ZOB
9
3 pales & chief ch. 2 lions passt
1 G ZOG
131
3 pales & chief ch. fleur-de-lis
couped
1 G ZOS
10
3 pales & chief ch. lion passt
1 G ZOG
81
3 pales vairy & chief
1 G XO AV
100
chevron betw 3 eagles
1 O BG
191
3 chevrons
1 AG
166
1 GO
140
1 OG
55
1 OG
106
1 OG
108
chevronny
1 OG
107
gironny
1 ZG
154
gironny acc. escutcheon &
saltire
1 O BGE
99
qtly
1 GZ
143
1 OG
41
qtly & label
1 O GB
42
checky & border
1 O BG
22
checky & border engrailed
1 O BG
24
checky & border ch. lions
1 O BGA
23
checky & canton & border
1 X EG OB
13
checky & canton & border
engrailed
1 X EG OB
14
checky & canton & border
roundely
1 X EGO OB
15
lozengy
1 AG
35
lozengy & canton
1 A GO
37
lozengy & label
1 A GB
36
fretty
1 GZ
187
1 OG
155
escutcheon voided
1 GE
65
escutcheon acc. bend
compony
1 O VX AG
168
escutcheon acc. orle of
cinquefoils
1 G AO
98
escutcheon acc. orle of
horseshoes
1 A GG
escutcheon & label
1 B AG
3 escutcheons
1 AG
1 GA
1 OG
96
91
67
151
127
1 OG
169
3 roundels
1 AG
181
1 OG
115
7 roundels & chief
1 B OO
31
7 roundels & chief ch. 3 martlets
1 B OOG
32
7 roundels & chief paly
1 S OOG
126
fess of lozenges & label
1 A GB
184
bend of lozenges
1 GO
80
10 lozenges & label
1 O GB
72
10 lozenges & label roundely
1 G ABO
54
billety
1 BA
161
1 OG
122
3 mullets, crusily
1 G OO
68
3 horsebrays & chief ch. lion
isst
1 B OEG
60
gonfanon
1 OG
19
gonfanon & bend
1 O GB
20
3 mallets
1 OG
104
3 mallets & border engrailes
1 O GS
82
key in pale
1 OG
114
3 buckles
1 GO
103
lion rampant
1 AG
190
lion rampant
1 AS
178
1 BO
189
1 GO
138
1 GO
198
1 OB
16
1 OG
92
1 OS
118
1 OS
17
50
lion, billety
1 B OO
18
1 B OO
11
lion, trefly
1 B OO
150
lion, flory
1 B AO
128
lion, semy of mullets
1 B AO
147
barruly & lion
1 X G BO
136
barruly & lion
1 X G OV
163
lion & chief checky
1 O GX AB
186
lion & chief ch. bull
1 B AOG
183
lion acc. bend
1 O SG
119
lion & label
1 G OB
199
1 O SG
120
1 S OG
95
4 lions
1 AS
180
lion naissant, flory
1 B AO
73
lion passt & border
1 O SS
51
1 O SS
59
lion cr.
1 AS
76
1 EG
75
1 OV
101
lion q.f.
1 SA
34
lion q.f, billety
1 O SS
141
lion ch. fleur-de-lis & chief
1 A BOG
97
eagle
1 BO
192
1 GO
133
3 eagles
1 BO
179
orle of eagles
1 OG
83
1 OG
177
orle of martlets & canton
1 O GG
144
dolphin
1 GO
27
2 barbels addorsed, trefly
1 G OO
61
1 O GG
62
3 escallops
1 BO
50
1 GO
47
3 escallops & label
1 G OS
48
1 G OV
49
crequer plant
1 OG
170
1 OG
200
3 cinquefoils
1 AG
196
1 GA
112
1 GE
165
1 GO
197
3 cinquefoils, roundely
1 G AA
111
rose
1 GA
152
semy of fleurs-de-lis
1 GO
172
semy of fleurs-de-lis & canton
1 O BG
156
semy of fleurs-de-lis & canton
ch. sword erect
1 O BGA
157
3 fleurs-de-lis p.n.
1 GA
123
semy of fleurs-de-lis
1 BO
1
semy of fleurs-de-lis & border
1 B OG
2
semy of fleurs-de-lis & canton
& label
1 B OEG
5
semy of fleurs-de-lis & bend
compony
1 B OX AG
3
semy of fleurs-de-lis & bend
ch. mullet
1 B OGA 4semy of fleurs-de-lis
& label
roundely
1 B OGA
8
semy of fleurs-de-lis & label
castily
1 B OGO
cross
1 SA
cross, billety
1 B OO
cross acc. 4 lions
1 A GB
1 G OO
cross acc. 16 eagles
51
7
158
43
40
173
1 O GB
30
cross acc. 4 eagles
1 O GB
33
cross moline
1 AG
85
1 BA
90
1 OG
148
cross patonce
1 GE
129
cross formy
1 GA
164
cross gringoly
1 AG
159
per pale & cross of Toulouse
per pale
1 X GO AG
153
cross engrailed
1 GO
202
1 OG
201
cross ch. 5 escallops
1 A GO
69
1 O GA
70
1 O SA
71
cross ch. 5 escallops acc. 16
eagles
1 O GAB
56
saltire acc. 4 mullets
1 B AO
149
Index Nominorum
Abbeville
Amboise
Ancenis
Anjou
Aragon
Archevêque
Artois
Artois
Autrêches
Auxerre
Averton
Bailleul
Bailleul
Bailleul
Baucay
Bayonne
Bazoches
Beauffremont
Beaumanoir
Beaumetz
Beaumont
Beausart
Beauval
Bellens
Belleville
Berard
Bergues
Bertrand
Boeuf
Boisleux
Borgne de Kertanguy
Boubers
Bouchavesnes
Boulogne
Boulogne
Boulogne
Bourbon
Bourgogne
Bourgogne
Bouteiller de Senlis
Bouteiller de Senlis
Bouvencourt
Bouville
Brabant
Bretagne
Brienne
Brun de Vernoil
Bruniquel
Bruyères
Cabric
Cany
Cardonnoy
Caumont
Cayeux
Chalon
21
137
165
5
6
188
7
8
81
26
149
65
66
134
148
113
131
195
161
202
128
75
78
89
154
183
92
101
173
89
158
67
201
19
20
76
4
11
12
41
42
170
117
95
13
18
143
153
141
167
72
70
68
85
26
Chalon
Chalons
Chambly
Chambly
Chambly
Champagne
Charbogne
Charny
Chartres
Châteaubriand
Châtelier
Châtillon
Châtillon
Châtillon
Chauvigny
Chémilly
Chevreuse
Choisel
Choiseul
Clères
Clermont
Clermont
connétable
connétable
Corneuil
Coucy
Coucy
Courlandon
Courtenay
Crequi
Crequi
Crespin
Crespin
Crespin
Dammartin
Denisy
Doucelles
Dreux
Dreux
Dreux
Dreux
Dreux
Dreux
Esneval
Eu
Evreux
Falvy
Ferrières
Forez
Fouilloy
France
Franche-Comté
Francheschi
Garencières
Hainaut
52
194
131
47
48
49
28
99
151
145
172
126
9
10
81
184
144
40
44
43
121
61
62
61
76
135
86
87
197
115
170
200
35
36
37
53
125
163
13
14
15
22
23
24
105
18
3
175
96
27
180
1
11
29
140
17
Hangest
Harcourt
Harcourt
Harpedane
Haveskerke
Haveskerke
Haye
Heilly
Hermocelle
Hotot-en-Caux
Isle-Adam
Isle-Adam
Ivry
Ivry
Ivry
Joinville
Lalaing
Laval
Léon
Léon
Lières
Ligne
Lignières
Loos
Lusignan
Lusignan
Machault
Machecoul
Magnac
Maignelay
Maillé
Maillé
Mailly
Malet
Marche (la)
Marly
Martel
Mathefelon
Mathefelon
Mello
Mello
Melun
Melun
Merdogne
Merle
Meulan
Milly
Monsablon
Montbazon
Montchâlons
Montfort-sur-Meu
Montigny
Montigny
Montjean
Montmorency
69
109
110
154
93
94
129
80
191
147
38
39
55
106
108
60
54
56
118
119
171
124
186
132
25
188
50
166
185
79
57
142
82
103
25
33
104
127
169
88
193
31
32
150
112
34
77
100
138
100
159
178
181
155
30
Montmorency
Montmorency
Moreuil
Morlaines
Mortimer
Nouvion
Noyers
Olhain
Patry
Picquigny
Picquigny
Pinon
Plessis
Poix
Ponthieu
Pontremy
Préaux
Pressigny
Preuilly
Preuilly
Raineval
Richebourg
Roche
Rochechouart
Rochefort
Roche-Guyon
Rostrenen
Roucy
Rougé
Rouvray
Sainte-Maure
Saint-Lignaen
Saint-Martin
Saint-Pol
Saint-Venant
Sancerre
Sausset
Seninghem
Soissons
Soissons
Sourches
Surgères
Tancarville
Thibouville
Thil
Thouars
Thouars
Thouars
Thourotte
Thourotte
Toukes
Tramines
Tremoille
Trichâtel
Trie
Trie
Trie
Valois
33
56
73
174
146
179
192
181
111
63
64
87
150
84
21
74
133
58
83
177
71
107
120
182
162
52
160
16
164
136
139
152
122
9
91
28
90
152
51
59
130
187
98
102
114
144
156
157
198
199
130
196
191
114
45
46
53
2
Venaissin
Vendôme
Venise
Ville
Villebéon
Walhain
Wallincourt
Warche
Wavrin
Werchin
Westmael
29
97
29
176
116
168
190
189
91
189
123
53