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the towns of Sainte-Jean-d'Abbetot and Tancarville are both in Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie
[TANC381] Seigneur Gerard de Tancarville m. Helesinde d'Abbetot . [ABIT391] Sire Aumary of Abbetot m. ? . . [ABIT401] Urso de Abitot, Sheriff of Worcestershire m. Adelaide . . . [ABIT412] Emelina of Worcester m. [BXXX411] Walter de Beauchamp of Elmley Castle . . . [ABIT413] --- of Worcester m. [MARM421] Roger de Marmion of Scrivelsby
[ABIT391] Aumary/Almeric d'Abbetot (born c.1015, son of [TANC381] Gerard de Tancarville, see TANCARVILLE), Sire of Abbetot.
[ABIT401] Urso (born at Abbetot [c.1040]), Constable of Worcester Castle, hereditary Sheriff of Worcestershire, said to have accompanied DUKE WILLIAM II during his Conquest of England (1066), married Alice.
Urso the bear de Abitot was born at Saint-Jean-d'Abbetot, to the east of le Havre, Normandy. Afterwards Urso was Steward to the Conqueror, held much property in Worcestershire, and became Constable of Worcester Castle, hereditary Sheriff of Worcester. At the Domesday Survey he was tenant-in-chief in Gloucs, Herefordshire, Warks and Worcs. Urso's brother was Robert le Despenser, Steward to William the Conqueror, see also MARMION
[ABIT412] Emelina (born c.1076, daughter & heiress of Urso) married [BXXC411] Nicholas de Beauchamp (see WARWICK (BEAUCHAMP) EARLDOM. Another source says Emelina married instead Nicholas' brother Walter de Beauchamp.
[ABIT413] --- (daughter of Urso) married [MARM421] Roger de Marmion, see MARMION).