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Families covered: Viscounts of St. Saveur (St. Sauveur), Counts of St. Pol

Richard of Saint Sauveur (d c933)
1. Neil I, Vcte of St. Saveur
  A. Roger, Vcte of St. Saveur
  i. Neil II, Vcte of St. Saveur or Sauveur (d c1045)
  a. Neil III, Vcte de St. Saveur or Sauveur (d c1066)
  m. Adela of Eu (dau of Godfrey, Count of Brionne and Eu)
(1) Except for the daughter who married Robert de Bigot (who is sometimes shown as sister rather than daughter of Neil III), the following is subject to some doubt as the connections have been found in only a few web sites and we have not yet found support for them in any source we have reasonable faith in.
(2) As far as we know, neither of Neil's attributed sons succeeded him as Vicomte. If they did in fact exist, they may have been illegitimate.
  (1) Thurston
  (A) Richard FitzThurston de La Haye (d before 1080) HJRY
  (2) William d'Aubigny 'of Cotentin'
  TCP (Mowbray) makes no mentions of William's parentage but identifies his wife as ...
  m. (Adelice?) de Plessis (sister of Grimald de Plessis)
  (A) Roger d'Aubigny or de Albini (a 1084) HJY
  m. Amice de Mowbray HJY
  (B) Olivia d'Aubigny HJY
  m. Ralph de la Haye HJY
  (C) Aimee d'Aubigny possibly of this generation
  m. Sir Richard Talbot of Battlesden (b 1045)
(3) daughter HJY
  m. Robert le Bigot HJY
  b. Ivo, Vcte de Cotenin
  His 6 sons are as given in Visitation (Cheshire, 1580, Pro Hatton).
  m. Emma of Brittany (dau of Geoffrey, Count of Rennes, Duke of Brittany)
  (1) Nigel de Aurenges of Halton, Constable of Chester (d 1072-3)
  'The Descent of the Family of Statham' (by Rev. S.P.H. Statham, 1925) suggests that Nigel's wife was Adela, dau of William de Vernon by Emma, dau of William FitzOsborn, Earl of Hereford. However, Emma FitzOsborn is shown here as m. (1075) Ralph de Waer, Earl of Norfolk & Suffolk, which is not consistent with that suggestion.
  (A) William FitzNigel, lord of Halton, Constable of Chester
  m. Agnes de Gant (dau of Gilbert de Gant)
  (i) William FitzWilliam (d infant)
(ii) Agnes (or Matilda) Y
  m. Eustace FitzJohn, lord of Knaresborough, later lord of Halton, Constable of Chester (b before 1100, d 07.1157) Y
  This connection confirmed by Visitation (Cheshire, 1580, Barons of Halton).
  (iii) Matilda (or Agnes)
  m. Albert de Grelle
  (B) Richard FitzNigel of Malpas (d 1133)
  m. Leticia (dau of Robert FitzHugh of Malpas)
  (2) Odard or Hubbard, later of Dutton (3rd son)
  m. Alice of Dutton
  (3) Wolfath or Wolfric of Hatton (youngest son)
  (4)+ other issue - Geoffrey of Stopford (dsp), Edward of Haselwall, Horswaine of Shrigley
  The following connection was suggested by W.U.S. Glanville-Richards in his book on the Glanville family.
  ii. Hamon 'aux Dents'
  a. Richard de Belfoi de Glanville, Normandy
  (1) Niel, Sire de Glanville
  (2) Rainald, Sire de Glanville (a 1054) HJY



Roger I, Count de St. Pol (d 13.06.1067)
m. Hadwige (Hedwig) of Houchin
1. Manasses de St. Pol omitted by some web sites
  A. Hugh II 'Candavanes', Count de St. Pol (d 1131)
  m. Elisenda de Ponthieu (dau of Hugues I de Montreuil, Count de Ponthieu)
  i. Hugh III, Count de St. Pol (d 1174)
  m. (??) Margaret de Clermont
  a. Anselme, Count de St. Pol
  m. Eustache
Eustache is shown in some web sites as 'de Champagne', sometimes as daughter of Eustache IV de Boulogne (son of Stephen, King of England) and in other web sites as 'de Gouet'.
  (1) Hugh IV, Count de St. Pol (d 1205)
  m. (c1179) Yolande of Hainault (b 1131, d after 04.1202, dau of Baldwin IV, Count of Hainault)
  (A) Elizabeth de St. Pol (d 1263) GHJSY
  m. Gaucher III de Chatillon (d 1219) GHJSY
  Their successors became Counts of St. Pol.
  (2) Beatrice de St. Pol GHJSWY
  m. Jan I, Count of Ponthieu (b c1140, d 30.06.1191) GHJSWY
  b. Adelise de St. Pol GHJSY
  m. Robert de Bethune (d 1191) GHJSY

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