Revised 25/11/2019



[ALSE301] Geoffrey Alselin married [AMIC412] Amicia.

At the Domesday Survey Geoffrey held as tenant-in-chief lands in Derbyshire (at Alvaston & Ambaston, Breaston, Ednaston & Hulland, Egginton **, (part of) Etwall and Ockbrook), in Leics (at Billesdon,  Burton Joyce, Goadby near Noseley, Hallaton, Keythorpe and Rolleston), in Northants (at Collingtree, Milton Malsor and Rothersthorpe), in Lincs (at Anwick, Brauncewell & Dunsby, Digby, Dorrington, Dry Doddington, Elsham, Evedon, Rauceby, Rowston, Ruskington, Westborough and Wrawby), in Notts (at Beesthorpe, Carlton-on-Trent, Carlton in Nottingham, Caunton, Kirton, Knapthorpe, Laxton, Little Carlton, Newton, North Muskham, Ompton, Owthorpe, Shelford, Stoke Bardolf, & Gedling, Walesby and Willoughby in Norwell) and in Yorkshire (at Branston, Cantley, Healaugh, and Wighill).

  ** Egginton Church
(1 June 2016)

After his death, Amicia married [CAUX411] Robert I de Caux (see CAUX). His lands seem to have been divided between his daughter and heiress who married Robert Caux and his nephew (VCH174). Elsewhere his [unnamed] daughter and heiress is said to have married Bardolf. At the end of the 13th Century it was in the hands of the Bardolf and Everingham families.

 [ALSE312] --- (daughter and heiress of Geoffrey) married [BARF311] Bardolf (see BARDOLF).

[ALSE313] Basike (daughter and heiress of Geoffrey) allegedly married (1140) Robert Caux. According to Sanders, Robert Caux, who married Alselin's daughter, held the manor of Laxton in her right from Alselin's death.