"Documentary proof that James de Sancto Hilario took his name from this place (Saint-Hilaire-du-Harcouet: Manche, arr. Mortain) has been given in 'Early Yorkshire Charters', vol. v, pp. 86-7. James was the son of Harculf de St. James, taking his name from St. James-de-Beuvron (arr. Avranches) nearby. Gerville described the remains of the castle at St-Hilaire in 1827." [Origins of Some Anglo-Norman Families]
He donated land at Dallenges to Savigny, with the consent of "Aveline uxoris sue, Petri fratris eius", by charter dated 1138.
He was Baron of Field Dalling.
The original profile has Adeliza Mechines as his mother. She was born in 1099, 2 years after his birth. Since her mother was born c1059, her DOB might have been earlier, but a source has someone else as his mother. Perhaps she should be disconnected.
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