List of pedigrees
Bland of Northern Neck Va.
Nicholas
Hester of Fleming Co Ky
Thruston
Visitors since 22nd March 2009:

It is really something to sing and dance about. 
Dig up those old bones and get them dancing!

Send contributions, additions and corrections and report faulty links!


Find your roots!
Get DNA tested too!
promote your website on 200 European search engines!
Partnerprogramm von meet.de

space for your banner

Mountchesney

Mo27. Humbert de Monte Caniso b about 1035 in Mont-Canisy, Calvados, France d after 1107
Mo26 Hubert de Mountchesney (Mo26 Born: 1063 in Edwardstone Suffolk, England
m1 possibly the heiress of Godric
m2 Muriel de Valoines (or Valognes) (Va26) daughter of Piers de Valognes, Sheriff of Essex and Aubrey de Rye.
M025-1 Mo25-1) Maud Munchesni, married Robert de VAUX on 1101 in Vaux-sur-Seulles, Normandie, France, and had Hubert de Vaux (1102 - 1164) and Robert de Vaux (1104 - ).
M025-2 Gilbert de Munchensy (1088 - ) 
M025-3 Hubert Munchensy of Edwardstone and had a son Hubert who was possibly succeded by his uncle:
M025-4 Hugh de Munchesni (1094 - Sep 1187 in Edwardstone, Suffolk, England) married Alice de Stoke in 1129 and had Robert de Munchensy (1134 - before 1164) and Stephen de Munchensy (1130 - May 1199)
M025-5 Warin de Munchesni, married Agnes FitzJohn and had William den Munchensey*.
M025-6 Roger de Munchensy
M025-7 Geoffrey de Munchensy
M025 Sarah de Mountchesney b about 1097
m (Bl25) William le Blount, 3rd Baron Ixworth
?m2 Uncle of 1st husband
Bl24 Gilbert le Blount 4th Baron Ixworth
Bl24-2 Galiena le Blount
Bl24-3 Hubert le Blount (Blund)
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hwbradley/aqwg938.htm
Visitations
*The male line appears to have become extinct in 1288 and a surviving daughter and heiress was either married to or became the ward of  R. Coggeshall:
http://www.the-orb.net/wales/esknights/appendg.htm:
Coggeshall R.  With D. de Monte Caniso, granted custody of D. Daughter and heir of W. de Monte Caniso, for fine of 2,000 marcs, through Merchants of Lucca.  1288  C.P.R. p.292.

* The daughter's first name appears to have begun with "D"