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LISOURS

The family could have been from either Lisores in Livarot canton of the arrondissement of Liseux of Calvados dept., or from Lisos in Lyons canton of Eure dept.

[LISO371] Fulk de Lisours m. ?
. [LAXT331] Richard ingaine to King William I m. ?
. [LISO381] Robert de Lisours m. [LACI382] Aubreye de Lacy
. . [LISO392] Albreda de Lisours m1. [EUST391] Baron Richard FitzEustace of Halton
. . [LISO393] Aubreye de Lisours m3. [FWIL441] William FitzGodric

[LISO371] Fulk de Lisours was sub-tenant of Count Robert of Mortain (see CONTEVILLE) at Loversall and Edenthorpe, and also sub-tenant of Roger de Busli at Adwick-le-Street, Frickley, Marr and Stotfold (all in Yorkshire).

A “Fulco” also held other land elsewhere in Yorkshire, who was not necessarily the same person. For example Fulco the Steward (son of Reinfred) was an important sub-tenant of Osbern de Arches, and held Pallathorpe (Yorkshire). Also, Fulk FiztReinfrid, Steward of William of Percy, held Catterton (Yorkshire).

[LAXT331] Richard de Lisours (younger son of Fulk), ingaine [chief engineer] to King William I the conqueror, is described under LAXTON.

[LISO381] Robert de Lisours (son and heir of Fulk) married (c.1113) [LACI382] Albreda/Aubreye (see LACY (1)).

[LISO399] Albreda (daughter of Robert) married 1. (1142) [EUST391] Baron Richard FitzEustace (see FITZEUSTACE); then 2. William de Clairfait; then 3. (c.1169) [FWIL441] William FitzGodric (see FITZWILLIAM).