Count Aymer De Taillefer ANGOULEME 1
- Born: Abt 1160, Angouleme, Charente, France
- Married: 1180, Angouleme, Charente, France
- Died: 1218, L' Abbey, La Couroun, France
- Buried: L' Abbey, La Couroun, France
Other names for Aymer were ANGOULEME Count and ANGOUMOIS Count.
Ancestral File Number: 8JDR-T3. User ID: 18909746.
Count of ANGOULEME vs ANGOUMOIS.
Kings and Queens of Great Britain, Genealogical Chart, Anne Taute and Romilly Squire, Taute, 1990: "John Lackland (Sans Terre) Lord of Ireland, Count of Mortain, Mar =2 Isabella, Daughter of Aymer Taillefer Count of Angouleme..."
A History of the Plantagenets, Vol I, The Conquering Family, Thomas B Costain, 1949, Doubleday & Co, p203: "Almost in the center of Aquitaine, a short distance south and east of Rochelle in the enchanting valley of the Charente, was a small province called Angoumois. The capital city was Angouleme, sitting on a high promontory. Little touched by thefuedal wars, it still kept its walls strong, inside which it was a warren of narrow streets about the double-towered chateau of Count Adnemar Taillefer. It was chiefly famous for its beautiful cathedral, and Count Adhemar was equally famous for a beautiful daughter, Isabella; in fact, Isabella was better known than the three domed nave of the impressive house of God."
World Ancestral Chart No. 125360 Ancestors of Patricia Ann Kieffer: ?Mother = Emma DE LIMOGES, Grandparents = Ademar III DE LIMOGES & Graule TAILLEFER < Mother = Countess Maguerite TURENNE, Grandparents = Viscount Raimond TURENNE & Countess Maud PERCHE.
Ancestral File Ver 4.10 8JDR-T3 Aymer De Angouleme TAILLEFER, CF Adhemar Taillefer Count of ANGOUMOIS, KQGB Aymer Taillefer Count of ANGOULEME.
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Aymer married Countess Alix De Courtenay ANGOULESME, daughter of Prince Peter Courtenay FRANCE and Dame Elizabeth De COURTENAY, in 1180 in Angouleme, Charente, France. (Countess Alix De Courtenay ANGOULESME was born about 1160 in Courtenay, Loiret, Galinois, France and died in 1218 in , , France.)