Person:Mabile de Bellême (1)

Mabile de Bellême
m. Bef 1015
  1. Mabile de BellêmeAbt 1015 - 1079
  2. Arnoul de Bellême
Facts and Events
Name[8] Mabile de Bellême
Alt Name Mabel _____, of Bellême
Alt Name[8] Mabile Talvas de Bellême
Alt Name[1][2] Mabel _____, de Talvas, Countess de Alencon
Gender Female
Birth? Abt 1015 Alençon, Orne, FranceHouse of Bellême
Alt Birth? 1026 Alencon, Eure, Haute-Normandie, France
Alt Marriage 1038 Perche, Franceto Roger II "le Grand" de Montgommery
Marriage 1048 Perche, Franceto Roger II "le Grand" de Montgommery
Alt Marriage Bet 1050 and 1054 to Roger II "le Grand" de Montgommery
Alt Death[8] Abt 1077
Death[1][3][5] 2 Dec 1079 Caen, Calvados, Francemurdered by Hugh Bunel, son of Robert de "Jalgeio" in Chateau de Bures Castle
Burial? 5 Dec 1079 Haute-Normandie, FranceAbbey Of Troarn
Reference Number[7] Q1882371?

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Mabel de Bellême (1030s -1079) was a Norman noblewoman. She inherited the lordship of Bellême from her father and later became Countess of Shrewsbury through her husband. She was a member of the House of Bellême.

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  4.   Matthew H.C.G. (ed.), and Brian (ed.) Harrison. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: in association with The British Academy. (Oxford University Press)

    "Mabel of Belesme, described by various sources as "wicked, unnatural and cruel"..."haughty, worldly-minded, crafty, and a babbler". ..."Among those whom either her ambition or her hatred had led her to despoil of their rights was Hugh, Seigneur de la Roche Ige (accent over the "e"), whom she had deprived of his castle. On Dec. 2, 1082, he entered her chamber at the Chateu de Bures, near Troarn, and killed her with his sword. Decapitated her, according to some. Hugh successfully escaped."

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  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Biographie a Wikipédia FR, in Wikipedia
    [[1]], trouvée 2016.

    Mabile (ou Mabel) Talvas de Bellême († 10771) fut la femme de Roger II de Montgommery, puissant baron normand.
    Mabile est la fille de Guillaume II Talvas et Hildeburge. Elle appartient donc à cette famille de Bellême, si honnie par le chroniqueur du xiie siècle, Orderic Vital.