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LUCY

Luce, is a town in Orne, near Domfront, France

[LUCY331] Walter de Lucy m. ?
. [LUCY341] Adrian de Lucy m. Aveline de Goth
. . [LUCY351] Richard de Lucy, Justiciar of England m. [BRIO446] Rohese de Clare
. . . [LUCY362] Alice de Lucy m. [UMFR461] Odinell II d'Umfreville, Lord of Prudhoe
. . . [LUCY363] Lady Maud of Diss m. [NORQ441] Lord Baynard Walter II of Dunmow Castle
. . . [LUCY361] Geoffrey de Lucy m. ?
. . . . [LUCY372] Rose de Lucy m. [DOUV371] John de Dover

[LUCY331] Walter de Lucy.

[LUCY341] Adrian de Lucy (born c.1064) married Aveline de Goth (born c.1066, niece of William de Goth).

[LUCY351] Richard the loyal (born c.1098), feudal Lord of Diss, Norfolk, Justiciar of England, married [BRIO446] Rohese (born c.1090, daughter of Richard FitzRichard de Clare, see FIRST HOUSE OF EU). He died at Chipping Ongar, Essex, (14th July 1179).

[LUCY362] Alice (born at Luce, Normandy, c.1129, daughter of Richard), married (1155) [UMFR461] Odinell d'Umfreville (see PRUDHOE (D'UMFREVILLE) FEUDAL BARONY).

[LUCY363] Maud (born c.1128, daughter of Richard), married her first-cousin once-removed [NORQ441] Lord Baynard Walter II of Dunmow Castle (see FIRST HOUSE OF EU).

[LUCY361] Geoffrey de Lucy (born c.1128, son of Richard), married twice.

[LUCY372] Rose de Lucy (daughter of Geoffrey) married [DOUV371] John [or Fulbert] de Dover (born c.1146, see DOVER).