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[LEGE391] Robertus de Valipari Sancto Leodegario [Sir Robert de Saint Leger) (born c.1010), Lord of Saint-Leger en Yveslines (or Saint Leger des Aubees). He was probably related to the Vicomte de Chartres. He fought at the Battle of Hastings (1066). Robert owned land near to Avranches, and also (before the Conquest) in Sussex, England. He was with King William I at the Siege of Exeter (1068). At the Domesday Survey, Robert de Saint-Leger held land in Bexhill Manor of the Count of Eu (presumed to be a kinsman).
[LEGE401] Robert de Saint-Leger (born c.1038).
[LEGE411] William de Saint-Leger (born c.1061-70), Lord of Fairligh, married [ROMN412] Cecilia de Romney (daughter of [ROMN401] Lambert de Romney, son of [ROMN391] Alard de Romney). He died 1120.
[LEGE421] Sir Geoffrey de Saint-Leger (born c.1087), Lord of Fairligh, married [BRIO443] Agnes d'Eu (see HASTINGS (EU) FEUDAL LORDSHIP). He died 1144.
[LEGE431] Sir Reginald de Saint-Leger (born c.1112) married 1. [EUEU372] Helisende d'Eu (see HASTINGS (EU) FEUDAL LORDSHIP); then 2. Hawise de la Mare. He died 1176.
[LEGE442] Emma (born c.1138, daughter of Reginald & Helisende) married LONC441] Hugh de Longchamp (see LONGCHAMP).