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[PICQ311] Seigneur Guermond I de Picquigny (born c.1013), married Adele (born c.1020). He died 1085.
[PICQ321] Count Eustace of Picqigny (born c.1042). He died 1085.
[PICQ331] Count Arnoul de Amiens of Picquigny (born c.1070).
[PICQ342] --- (daughter of Arnoul) married [BARN341] Juhel (see BARNSTAPLE & TOTNES below).
This pedigree is at variance with the one by Fabpedigree.com
[ENGL441] Guermonf de Picquigny. (son of [PICQ331] Count Arnoul of Picquigny( see. above).
[ENGL451] Sir Ansculf de Picquigny married Maud of Normandy.
[ENGL461] Hansculf de Englefield married.
[ENGL471] Elias de Englefield.
[ENGL481] William de Englefield married Maud de la Mare.
[ENGL491] William de Englefield married Emma (daughter of [DUNS433] Alan de Dunstanville, see DUNSTANVILLE).
[ENGL501] Alan de Englefield married Isabel de Somery.
[ENGL511] William de Englefield married Margery.
[ENGL522] Margaret Englefield (daughter of William) married [FOLK521] Hugh de Folkington (see FOLKINGTON)
[BARN331] Alvred/Alured, Lord of Barnstaple & Totnes [though Barnstaple seems unlikely].
[BARN341] Johel/Judael FitzAlured, one of the leaders of the Breton forces on the Norman side at the time of the Conquest, married [PICQ342] --- de Picquigny (daughter of Count Arnoul, see PICQUIGNY above, [though the dating seems adrift]). He held lands in Devon, and also the manor of Froxton in Cornwall. He was expelled from Totnes (c.1088) for supporting the rebellion against King William II, and this lordship was then granted to Roger de Nonant (born at Nonant-le-Pin, Orne, Normandy, c.1058), whose family then held Totnes for a further three generations, when it was returned to one of Johel's descendants, William de Briouze (c.1199). Meanwhile Johel was granted Barnstaple lordship.
(6 December 2011)
[BARN353] --- (daughter & co-heiress of Johel) married [TURG341] Sir Turgis de Tracy (see TRACY).
[BARN352] Aenor of Barnstaple (daughter of co-heiress of Johel) married [ABER351] Lord Philip of Briouze and Bramber (see ABERGAVENNY (BRIOUZE) BARONY).