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From: "Vickie Elam White" <>
Subject: Re: Amie de Gaveston Rebuttal - Part 4: A Damsel's Life
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2003 06:51:01 -0500
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Paul C. Reed wrote --


>Arnaud-Guillaume de Marsan was appointed seneschal of the Agenais. Amanieu
>VII d'Albret, who had been a favored vassal of Edward I, claimed that he'd
>been evicted from Nerac by the seneschal of the Agenais, Arnaud-Guillaume
>de Marsan.
>
>Part of the Latin in this complaint reads that "donaciones terrar um et
>officiarum factas dicto senescallo et domino Petro de Gavastone fratri eius
>michi displicant."
>
>As Arnaud-Guillaume de Marsan was certainly son and heir of Arnaud de
>Gabaston by his wife Claramonde, daughter of Arnaud-Guillaume de Marsan (d.
>1272); that makes Piers a younger son, as has been put forward all along.

Good job, Paul!

Can you tell us the source of this information? And the date that this
complaint was lodged?


Vickie Elam White




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