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Aubrey (Lacy) de Lisours (1097 - 1166)

Aubrey de Lisours formerly Lacy
Born in Pontefract, Yorkshire, Englandmap
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Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Died in Sprotborough, Yorkshire, , Englandmap
Profile last modified | Created 6 Jan 2010
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Commonly called Aubrey de Lacy, which helps to avoid confusion with her daughter Aubrey de Lisours.




Albreda de Lacy[1]
Aubrey De Lacy[2]


abt 1101 Pontefract, Yorkshire
1113 England[3]


Husband: Robert De Lisours
Wife: Aubrey De Lacy
Child: Albreda De Lisours
Marriage: 1131 England[4]


BET 1137 AND 1207 England[5]



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If someone has valid information that justifies making changes and can specify exactly what those changes should be, let me know. David Cordell
posted by David Mark Cordell
But actually, is her name Albreda? Or Aubrey? In French, not Latin.

(Albreda, "Elf-Counsel" is an awesome name. Not sure if it's hers though.)

posted by Isaac Taylor
Errr, because HER name was Aubrey de Lacy, is perhaps why she was "commonly called Aubrey de Lacy." (Conversely her daughter was literally BORN Aubrey de Lisours, is why she is perhaps called Aubrey de Lisours.)

Look, I get it. People, including women, get married. Sometimes (usually) they change their names.

But this is HER biography page, not her husband or her family. Can we have a less misogynistic bio? No offense. But it is.

posted by Isaac Taylor
Lacy-883 and Lacy-5 do not represent the same person because: different centuries

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