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Donna Black-cat: Alpais du Bugat 1255 & Le Bugat, Saint-Pierre du Bugat, Notre-Dame de Lacour-de-Visa & the Goth Pope et al & Notre-Dame de Peyragude (18.05.2019)

 

 

I am a 'mixed-race' Catalan Italian British Australian called Donna Bugat (formerly known as Babs Tucker) so it was strange being 'raised' with my whole identity being completely changed by the British and Australian intelligence services when I was a child during the Franco era, because of course there is sooooooooo much information you then have to try and catch up on. 

 

 

... st. pierre... l'eglise du bugat...

 

Like the entire history of Europe !!

 

I didn't know anything about Catholics either, because I was brought up in a different religion too, so I am trying to slowly learn about/discover a religion my little sister(s) who was (were) raised separately from me, was (were) brought up in.

 

... le bugat... lacour...

 

 

 

That history includes the Popes and their English and French vassals using the pretext of Cathars in the Albigensian Crusade against Peter of Aragon and everyone else to try and remove any... autonomy generally. 

 

 

I guess some people could say Cathars were Iranian (Persian) Agen(t)s because of the Manichean religion, but I don't think that is really all that accurate because families like the Bugats in the same regions that have always included... Italy had lived there... before that religious 'controversy'.

 

 

The Bugats are not a 'homogenous' clan although Bugats have always lived in the mountain and valley regions 'between' empires. 

 

Gaillard IV de Durfort, Lord of Duras (died 1481), was a 15th-century Gascon noble of the Durfort family exiled from France with his land confiscated, who was made a Knight of the Garter and governor of Calais by the English, before the family switched sides again and had their land in France restored to them, while being expelled from the Knights Garter etc. 

 

... a local cathedral i visit to try and learn about what I missed learning as a child...

 

One of the interesting historical strands (because have Bugats lived all around the Mediterranean and through Eastern Europe to the Central Asian steppes) was a female Bugat 1255, who was a minor noble who became a pawn in Agenais between the Durforts and Papacy, in an area that then also became the geographic centre of constantly shifting forced 'alliances' during the Pope and his English and French royal vassals truly brutal crusade against... Christendom.

 

... bugat... lacour...

 

The Albigensian 'Crusade' with the miscarriage of justice at the Lateran Council IV in 1215 (in the same year as the Magna Carta) set the stage for the arbitrary Inquisitions, that followed over the centuries in which anyone could be accused of anything.  

 

 

Gaillard IV de Durfort, Lord of Duras (died 1481), was a 15th-century Gascon noble of the Durfort family exiled from France with his land confiscated, who was made a Knight of the Garter and governor of Calais by the English, before the family switched sides again and had their land in France restored to them, while being expelled from the Knights Garter etc. 

 

PHD thesis along with other information, says Agen churches and records were also destroyed by Vikings and Protestants and during the Revolution. 

 

 

 

 

St.Pierre du Bugat & Notre-Dame de Lacour-de-visa:

 

 

SEIGNEURS de DURAS (DURFORT)

 

 

The castle of Duras is located east of Bordeaux in the present-day French département of Gironde. 

 

 

1.         BERNARD de Durfort (-after 7 Apr 1243).  A charter dated 7 Apr 1243 names “...Bernardi de Duroforte...Arnaldi de Duroforte...Arnaldi de Duroforte...” in the list of “baronum, castellanorum et militum Agenensis diœcesis” who swore allegiance[88]

 

2.         ARNAUD de Durfort (-after 7 Apr 1243).  A charter dated 7 Apr 1243 names “...Bernardi de Duroforte...Arnaldi de Duroforte...Arnaldi de Duroforte...” in the list of “baronum, castellanorum et militum Agenensis diœcesis” who swore allegiance[89]

 

3.         ARNAUD de Durfort (-after 7 Apr 1243).  A charter dated 7 Apr 1243 names “...Bernardi de Duroforte...Arnaldi de Duroforte...Arnaldi de Duroforte...” in the list of “baronum, castellanorum et militum Agenensis diœcesis” who swore allegiance[90]

 

 

... notre-dame de peyragude... penne agenais...

 

1.         RAYMOND BERNARD de Durfortm CONDORS de Turenne[91], daughter of ---.  Raymond Bernard & his wife had children: 

a)         GUILLELME de Durfort (-1304).  A manuscript chronicle records that "Guillelma de Duroforti relicta D. Jordani comitis Insulæ" appointed "Bernardum-Jordani filium suum" as her heir on her deathbed in 1304[92]m (contract 15 Dec 1270) JOURDAIN [V] de l’Isle-Jourdain, son of JOURDAIN de l’Isle-Jourdain & his wife Faydite --- (-[1299/1304]).  Seigneur [Comte] de l’Isle-Jourdain

 

 

notre-dame de peyragude...

 

1.         --- .  m as her first husband, ALPAIS du Bugat [Ungaco?], daughter of ---.  She is named in the 16 Jan 1305 testament of her husband, quoted below.  She married secondly [as his first wife,] Gaillard de Goth

 

The testament of “Galhard de Goth damoiseau seigneur de Duras, frère et maréchal du pape Clement V”, dated 16 Jan 1305 (O.S.?), made bequests to “Marquesie de Duroforti...Arnaud de Durfort...Alpaiz sa nièce fille d’Arnaud”, recommended “Raymond Bernard de Durfort chanoine de Perigueux fils de Alpais de Ungaco sa femme” to the Pope, and substituted “Aymeric et Galhard de Ungaco enfans mâles de Marquesie de Durfort sa nièce” as his heirs[93]. Two children: 

a)         ARNAUD de Durfort (-after 25 Feb 1326).  Seigneur de Duras.  The testament of “Galhard de Goth damoiseau seigneur de Duras, frère et maréchal du pape Clement V”, dated 16 Jan 1305 (O.S.?), made bequests to “Marquesie de Duroforti...Arnaud de Durfort...Alpaiz sa nièce fille d’Arnaud[94]m firstly (before [1300?]) MARQUISE de Goth, daughter of ARNAUD GARSIE de Goth Vicomte de Lomagne & his first wife Blanche --- (-before 1326).  The testament of “Galhard de Goth damoiseau seigneur de Duras, frère et maréchal du pape Clement V”, dated 16 Jan 1305 (O.S.?), made bequests to “Marquesie de Duroforti...Arnaud de Durfort...Alpaiz sa nièce fille d’Arnaud” substituted “Aymeric et Galhard de Ungaco enfans mâles de Marquesie de Durfort sa nièce” as his heirs[95]. The testament of Bertrand de Goth dated 10 May 1324 names his daughter as comtesse d’Armagnac but provides for the succession of "ses deux sœurs Régine épouse de Bernard de Durfort et Marquise épouse d’Arnaud de Durfort" if his daughter died childless[96]m secondly ([1326]) as her second husband, CATHERINE de Grailly, widow of JOURDAIN de l’Isle-Jourdain, daughter of [PIERRE [I] de Grailly & his [first wife Talese de Bouville] (before 20 Jul 1333).  Edward II King of England wrote to “Arnaldi de Duro Forti militis” regarding his marriage to “Katerinam dominam de Sancta Basilica quondam uxorem Jordani de Insula” by charter dated 25 Feb 1326[97].  Arnaud & his first wife had children: 

 

... notre-dame de lacour de visa...

 

i)          AIMERIC de Durfort [Ungnaco?] (-before 1345).  The testament of “Galhard de Goth damoiseau seigneur de Duras, frère et maréchal du pape Clement V”, dated 16 Jan 1305 (O.S.?), substituted “Aymeric et Galhard de Ungaco enfans mâles de Marquesie de Durfort sa nièce” as his heirs[98]. Seigneur de Duras.  "Regina de Gutto comitissa Armaniaci Fesenciaci et Ruthenensis vicecomitissaque Leomaniæ et Altavillaris", under her testament dated 12 Aug 1325, substituted "…Aymericum de Duroforti dominum de --- …", presumably the son of Marquise de Goth, as her heirs in case her husband died childless[99].  A charter dated Oct 1336 records that “le comte d’Armagnac, Aymery de Durfort seigneur de Duras” ceded les vicomtés de Lomagne et d’Auvillars to Philippe VI King of France in exchange for “les châteaux de Villehaudran et de Blancafort[100]

ii)         GAILLARD [I] de Durfort [Ungnaco?] (-[killed in battle Poitiers 1356]).  The testament of “Galhard de Goth damoiseau seigneur de Duras, frère et maréchal du pape Clement V”, dated 16 Jan 1305 (O.S.?), substituted “Aymeric et Galhard de Ungaco enfans mâles de Marquesie de Durfort sa nièce” as his heirs[101]. Seigneur de Duras.  Seigneur de Veyrines, Châtelain de Blanquefort.  m ([1345/46]) MARGUERITE de Caumont, daughter of --- (-after [1370/73]).  "Marguerite de Caumont vefve de feu Gailhard de Durfort seigneur de Duras et de Villendreau, comme tutrisse de ses enfants" swore allegiance "au sire d’Albret seigneur de Cazenaves de Sarnes" by charter dated 1357[102].  Gaillard de Durfort seigneur de Duras appointed his mother Marguerite de Caumont as his proxy to receive this sum of 2,000 florins from Archambaud [IV] Comte de Périgord[103].  Gaillard [I] & his wife had children: 

(1)       GAILLARD [II] de Durfort ([1346]-[4 Feb/14 Sep] 1422).  Seigneur de Duras.  Seneschal of Aquitaine. 

-         see below

(2)       PIERRE de Durfort (-1403).  Bishop of Périgueux 1387. 

iii)        ALPAIS de Durfort .  The testament of “Galhard de Goth damoiseau seigneur de Duras, frère et maréchal du pape Clement V”, dated 16 Jan 1305 (O.S.?), made bequests to “Marquesie de Duroforti...Arnaud de Durfort...Alpaiz sa nièce fille d’Arnaud[104]

b)         RAIMOND BERNARD de Durfort (-2 May 1341).  The testament of “Galhard de Goth damoiseau seigneur de Duras, frère et maréchal du pape Clement V”, dated 16 Jan 1305 (O.S.?), recommended “Raymond Bernard de Durfort chanoine de Perigueux fils de Alpais de Ungaco sa femme” to the Pope[105]. Bishop of Périgueux 1314. 

 

... a lovely local cathedral close to home I visit to try and learn more...  (is preparing for their annual 'pardon')

 

 

1.         GUILLAUME de Durfort, son of --- (-24 Nov 1330, bur Rouen).  Bishop of Langres 1306.  Archbishop of Rouen 1319.  Gallia Christiana records his death “VIII Kal Dec” 1330 and his burial at Rouen[106]

 

 

1.         AIMERY de Durfort, son of --- (-Pintarville 17 Jan 1343).  Bishop of AuxerreArchbishop of Rouen 1339.  Gallia Christiana records his death “Pintarvillæ XVI Kal Feb” 1343[107]

 

 

1.         BERNARD de Durfort (-before 1329).  Seigneur de Clermont-Dessus.  Seigneur de Flamarens, de iure uxorism ([1300]) REGINE de Goth, daughter of ARNAUD GARSIE de Goth Vicomte de Lomagne & his first wife Blanche --- (-after 1333).  Dame de Flamarens: Arnaud Garsie de Goth granted “la seigneurie de Flamarens” to “Régine sa fille” on her marriage to “Bernard de Durfort chevalier, qui depuis se qualifia sire de Flamarens”, by charter dated after 1305[108].  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Elips, Indie, Marquise, Regine et autre Regine ses sœurs...”, naming as successive substitute heirs ”le fils de Bernard de Durfort seigneur de Flamarens son beau-frere et de Regine sa sœur...[109].  Bernard & his wife had children: 

 

... pretty cool...

 

a)         JEAN de Durfort (-before Oct 1336).  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, named as successive substitute heirs ”le fils de Bernard de Durfort seigneur de Flamarens son beau-frere et de Regine sa sœur...[110].  Seigneur de Flamarens.  A charter dated Oct 1336 records that “le comte d’Armagnac, Aymery de Durfort seigneur de Duras” ceded les vicomtés de Lomagne et d’Auvillars to Philippe VI King of France in exchange for “les châteaux de Villehaudran et de Blancafort”, naming ”feu Jean de Durfort fils de Bernard de Durfort chevalier jadis seigneur de Flamarens...mort sans enfants[111]

b)         COMTESSE de Durfort (-before 4 Nov 1349).  Père Anselme names “Constance de Durfort” as first wife of Arnaud Guillaume de Montlezun Comte de Pardiac (without naming her parents), adding that her husband transported her to one of his castles and “l’y fit garder si étroitement qu’elle en mourut, dont il obtint remission le 4 novembre 1349[112].  Her parentage is indicated by the testament of her husband, dated 1369, which ordered “le lieu de Flamarens” to be returned to Jean Comte d’Armagnac, providing ”les héritiers d’Indie de Durfort” with the option to purchase at a fixed price[113]m as his first wife, ARNAUD GUILLAUME de Montlezun Comte de Pardiac, son of --- (-13 Aug 1379). 

c)         INDIE de Durfort (-after 1365).  Her parentage is indicated by a decision dated 1365 which recognised her as heir of her brother Jean and authorised her to claim rights to the vicomtés of Lomagne and Auvillars[114]m JEAN JOURDAIN [II] de l’Isle-Jourdain Seigneur de Clermont Sousbiran, son of BERNARD JOURDAIN [IV] Seigneur de l'Isle-Jourdain & his first wife Marguerite de Foix (-1375).  He succeeded his great nephew [after 1369] as Comte de l’Isle-Jourdain

 

... the angl and tobi... i like a good banner...

 

 

GAILLARD [II] de Durfort, son of GAILLARD [I] de Durfort Seigneur de Duras & his wife Marguerite de Caumont ([1346]-[4 Feb/14 Sep] 1422).  Seigneur de Duras.  Seneschal of Aquitaine.  Gaillard de Durfort seigneur de Duras appointed his mother Marguerite de Caumont as his proxy to receive this sum of 2,000 florins from Archambaud [IV] Comte de Périgord[115]

m firstly (31 Dec 1369) ELEONORE de Périgord, daughter of ROGER BERNARD Comte de Périgord & his wife Eléonore de Vendôme (-before 1390).  Gaillard de Durfort seigneur de Duras acknowledged receipt of 2,000 florins from Archambaud [V] Comte de Périgord, which was the dowry of Eléonore de Périgord, sister of the comte and wife of the seigneur de Duras, by document dated to [1370/73][116]

m secondly (before 1 Aug 1390) JEANNE de Lomagne, daughter of ---.  Will 23 Sep 1435. 

Gaillard [II] & his [second] wife had children: 

1.         GAILLARD [III] de Durfort (-[1442/20 Oct 1444]).  Seigneur de Durasm (before 10 Aug 1426) INDIE de La Lande, daughter of JEAN de La Lande Seigneur de La Brède & his wife Marie de Saint-Symphorien.  1444. 

a)         GAILLARD [IV] de Durfort (-[4 Feb/28 May] 1481).  Seigneur de Durasm ANNE de la Pole, daughter of WILLIAM de la Pole Duke of Suffolk & his wife Alice Chaucer. 

i)          JEAN de Durfort (-12 Apr 1520).  Seigneur de Durasm firstly ([13 Dec 1479]) JEANNE Angevin, daughter of BERNARD Angevin Seigneur de Rausan & his wife Marguerite de Montferrand (-[4 Sep 1502/25 Jun 1504]).  m secondly ([9 May 1513]) CATHERINE de Foix, widow of FRANÇOIS de Manse, daughter of CORBEYRAN de Foix Seigneur de Rabat & his wife Jeanne de La Roque.  Will 1522. 

-         SEIGNEURS de DURAS, MARQUIS de DURAS[117]

 

VICOMTES de LOMAGNE (GOTH)

 

 

The possessions of Bertrand de Goth lay to the south and south-east of the county of Fezensac, from Bazas to near Bordeaux, and included the château de Blanquefort[480].  In Nov 1301, Hélie [IX] Talairand Comte de Périgord ceded the vicomtés of Lomagne and Auvillars to Philippe IV King of France, who granted them to his second son, the future Philippe V King of France.  The latter renounced the grant 10 Dec 1305, and King Philippe IV granted them to Arnaud Garsie de Goth 14 Dec 1305[481]

 

... a grain tapestry...

 

 

1.         ROSTAIN de Goth (-after 1142).  "...Rostagno de Goth..." subscribed the charter dated 1142 under which “Raymundus Pontii comitis Sancti Egidius filius...comes Tripoli” donated property to the bishop of Le Puy-en-Velay[482]

 

2.         BERNARD [I] de Gothm ---.  The name of Bernard’s wife is not known.  Bernard & his wife had one child: 

a)         SENEBRUN [I] de Goth (-after 1211).  “Senebrun de Goth” donated property to the church of Rouillac, for the soul of “Bernard son père et pour les comtes d’Astarac ses prédecesseurs”, with the consent of “Raimond son fils aîné” and in the presence of “Gaston vicomte de Béarn frère de Marie épouse du donateur”, by charter dated 1211[483].  The relationship, if any, between the Goth family and the earlier comtes d’Astarac has not been traced.  m MARIE de Montcada, daughter of GUILLEN de Montcada [II] Señor de Montcada y Vic & his wife Marie de Béarn ([1166/72]-after 1211).  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the charter dated 1211 under which “Senebrun de Goth” donated property to the church of Rouillac, for the soul of “Bernard son père et pour les comtes d’Astarac ses prédecesseurs”, with the consent of “Raimond son fils aîné” and in the presence of “Gaston vicomte de Béarn frère de Marie épouse du donateur[484].  Senebrun [I] & his wife had one child: 

i)          RAYMOND [I] de Goth .  “Senebrun de Goth” donated property to the church of Rouillac, for the soul of “Bernard son père et pour les comtes d’Astarac ses prédecesseurs”, with the consent of “Raimond son fils aîné” and in the presence of “Gaston vicomte de Béarn frère de Marie épouse du donateur”, by charter dated 1211[485]

 

...grain tapestry...

 

3.         RAYMOND [II] de Goth (-after 10 Oct 1254).  Considering the restricted birth date range of Marie, wife of Senebrun [I] de Goth, it is not certain that their son Raymond [I] was the same person as Raymond [II].  "Raymond de Goth" witnessed the charter dated 10 Oct 1254 under which Géraud V Comte d’Armagnac swore allegiance to Henry III King of England, in his capacity as duke of Guyenne[486]

 

4.         SENEBRUN [II] de Goth (-after 12 Apr 1273).  "Senebrunus de Guotto" is named in a charter dated 12 Apr 1273 which records his property held in the parish of Saint Martin de Goth[487].  [m firstly MASCAROSE de Mauléon, daughter of ---.  Courcelles comments, in relation to Senebrun [II] de Goth, that “on lui donne pour première femme Mascarose de Mauléon, qu’il dut épouser vers 1232”, and adds that she was the mother of his children except for Bertrand, but he does not cite any primary sources[488].]  m [secondly] MARQUISE d’Ilhac, daughter of ACQUIN d’Ilhac chevalier & his wife ---.  Her marriage is confirmed by the charter of her son Bertrand de Goth, dated 5 May 1311, under which he granted all his property in the parish of Blanquefort, inherited from "Marquise d’Ilhac sa mère", to "Raymond Guillaume de Guot chevalier son neveu"[489].  Senebrun [II] & his [first] wife had [two] children: 

 

... the stained glass is post revolution...

 

a)         BERAUD de Goth (-after 1289).  Francesco Pipini’s Chronicon names "Beraudo milite" as the father of Pope Clement V[490].  A life of his son, Pope Clement V, names the pope’s father "Beraud", while he is named "Bertrand" in other charters[491]m (1249 or before) IDE de Blanquefort, daughter of ---.  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.   Béraud & his wife had [ten] children: 

i)          ARNAUD GARSIE de Goth (-after 7 Jan 1312, bur Auvillars Dominican Church).  "Amanieu sire d’Albret" donated "la seigneurie de Villandraut et la paroisse de Goult" to "messire Arnaud Garcye de Gout, frère du pape Clément cinquième" by charter dated 2 Dec 1306[492]Vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auvillars. 

-         see below

ii)         BERAUD de Goth (-27 Jul 1297).  Cardinal, Bishop of Albane Sep 1244.  Archbishop of Lyon .  He was appointed papal legate by Pope Boniface VIII 13 Apr 1296 to negotiate peace between France and England[493]

iii)        BERTRAND de Goth (Villandraut en Gironde [1260][494]-Roquemaure near Carpentras 20 Apr 1314, bur Uzeste).  His parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 2 Dec 1306 under which "Amanieu sire d’Albret" donated "la seigneurie de Villandraut et la paroisse de Goult" to "messire Arnaud Garcye de Gout, frère du pape Clément cinquième"[495].  Bishop of Comminges 1295.  Archbishop of Bordeaux 1299.  He was elected Pope CLEMENT V 5 Jun 1305. 

iv)       GAILLARD de Goth (-after 16 Jan [1306]).  The testament of “Galhard de Goth damoiseau seigneur de Duras, frère et maréchal du pape Clement V”, dated 16 Jan 1305 (O.S.?), made bequests to “Marquesie de Duroforti...Arnaud de Durfort...Alpaiz sa nièce fille d’Arnaud”, recommended “Raymond Bernard de Durfort chanoine de Perigueux fils de Alpais de Ungaco sa femme” to the Pope, and substituted “Aymeric et Galhard de Ungaco enfans mâles de Marquesie de Durfort sa nièce” as his heirs[496]. The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), mentioned “...Galhard son frère qui était mort sans enfans après avoir été marié[497]m [firstly] as her second husband, ALPAIS du Bugat, widow of --- [de Durfort], daughter of ---.  [m [secondly] (contract Rouillac Jun 1284) BRAIDE de la Barthe, daughter of BERTRAND de la Barthe & his wife Brunisende --- (-after 1301).  Père Anselme indicates that Gaillard & his [second] wife had two children, who were ancestors of the Seigneurs de Rouillac[498].  Given the testament of his brother Arnaud Garsie cited above, this information seems to be incorrect.  Maybe Gaillard’s children, if he had any, were illegitimate.] 

v)        [RAYMOND GUILLAUME de Goth (-after 5 May 1311).  Bertrand de Goth granted all his property in the parish of Blanquefort, inherited from "Marquise d’Ilhac sa mère", to "Raymond Guillaume de Guot chevalier son neveu" by charter dated 5 May 1311[499].  The source which more specifically names his father has not yet been identified, but it is probable that he was the son of Béraud who is the only brother of Bertrand who has so far been identified as having children.]  m ---.  The name of Raymond Guillaume’s wife is not known.  Raymond Guillaume & his wife had one child: 

(a)       BERTRAND de Goth (-after 1341).  A charter dated 1341 of Edward III King of England concerns "Bertrand de Goth damoiseu seigneur du château d’Andorte {diocesis of Bazas, near Saint Macaire} …fils de feu Guillaume Raymond de Goth chevalier"[500]

vi)       [SARVIDE/GALHARDE/CAUHOTE/AGNES/---] de Goth (-[after 6 Jan 1312]).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “...Sarvide, Galharde, Cauhoute et Agnès ses sœurs...[501].  No information has been found which links each of these named sisters to their recorded husbands, nor to indicate which of Arnaud Garsie’s five sisters predeceased him and was therefore not named in his testament.  Her parentage and marriage are indicated by King Edward II writing to “domino Bertrando de Savinaco, sororio Papæ” concerning certain negotiations, dated 23 Jan 1313[502]m BERTRAND de Savigny, son of --- (-after 23 Jan 1313).  King Edward II wrote to “domino Bertrando de Savinaco, sororio Papæ” concerning certain negotiations, dated 23 Jan 1313[503]

vii)      [SARVIDE/GALHARDE/CAUHOTE/AGNES/---] de Goth (-[after 6 Jan 1312]).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “...Sarvide, Galharde, Cauhoute et Agnès ses sœurs...[504].  No information has been found which links each of these named sisters to their recorded husbands, nor to indicate which of Arnaud Garsie’s five sisters predeceased him and was therefore not named in his testament.  m GUILLAUME de Fargis, son of ---.  Three children: 

(a)       RAYMOND GUILLAUME de Fargis .  Seigneur de Fargis.  King Edward II wrote to “domino Reymundo Guillielmi de Farges, nepoti Papæ” concerning certain negotiations, dated 23 Jan 1313[505]

(b)       BERNARD de Fargis ([1280]-22 Aug 1341).  Bishop of Agen 1306.  Archbishop of Rouen 1306.  Archbishop of Narbonne 1311.  King Edward II wrote to “domino archiepiscopo Narbonensi nepoti Papæ” concerning certain negotiations, dated 23 Jan 1313[506]

(c)       BERAUD de Fargis (-[1333/34]).  Bishop of Albi [1313/14]. 

viii)     [SARVIDE/GALHARDE/CAUHOTE/AGNES/---] de Goth (-[after 6 Jan 1312]).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “...Sarvide, Galharde, Cauhoute et Agnès ses sœurs...[507].  No information has been found which links each of these named sisters to their recorded husbands, nor to indicate which of Arnaud Garsie’s five sisters predeceased him and was therefore not named in his testament.  m --- de Preissac, son of ---.  Two children: 

(a)       ARNAUD de Preissac .  Seigneur de Preissac.  King Edward II wrote to “domino Arnaldo de Pressaco, nepoti Papæ” concerning certain negotiations, dated 23 Jan 1313[508]

(b)       GAILLARD de Preissac (-1327).  Bishop of Toulouse 1305.  King Edward II wrote to “episcopo Tholosan. nepoti Papæ” concerning certain negotiations, dated 23 Jan 1313[509]

ix)       [SARVIDE/GALHARDE/CAUHOTE/AGNES/---] de Goth (-[after 6 Jan 1312]).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “...Sarvide, Galharde, Cauhoute et Agnès ses sœurs...[510].  No information has been found which links each of these named sisters to their recorded husbands, nor to indicate which of Arnaud Garsie’s five sisters predeceased him and was therefore not named in his testament.  m RAYMOND de Budos, son of ---.  One child: 

(a)       GUILLAUME RAYMOND de Budos .  Seigneur de Budos.  King Edward II wrote to “domino Guillielmo Reymundi de Budos, nepoti Papæ” concerning certain negotiations, dated 23 Jan 1313[511]

x)        [SARVIDE/GALHARDE/CAUHOTE/AGNES/---] de Goth (-[after 6 Jan 1312]).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “...Sarvide, Galharde, Cauhoute et Agnès ses sœurs...[512].  No information has been found which links each of these named sisters to their recorded husbands, nor to indicate which of Arnaud Garsie’s five sisters predeceased him and was therefore not named in his testament.  m --- de Salviac, son of ---.  One child: 

(a)       BERTRAND de Salviac .  King Edward II granted “Nassam illam de Sancto Macario...le Viscontan, in castellania de Sancto Macario...decimam...in parochia de Mailhans...castrum de La-Dos...castrum de Tantalon...præposituram Vasati...” to “Bertrandus de Salviaco comes Campaniæ (nepos...Clementis...Sanctæ Romanæ ecclesiæ summi pontificis)” by charters dated 30 Jul 1312[513].  King Edward II granted “castrum et villam de Blankaforti Burdegaliæ dioc.” to “Bertrandum de Guto nunc vicecomitem Leomanniæ et Alti Villaris” by charters dated 16 Jan 1313, which names “Bertrando de Salviaco milite consanguineo et procuratore dicti Bertrando[514].  King Edward II wrote to “domino Bertrando comiti Campaniæ, nepoti Papæ” concerning certain negotiations, dated 23 Jan 1313[515].

b)         [BERNARD de Goth (-after 1289).  Bertrand de Goth Bishop of Agen refers to his brother "Bernard" in a charter dated 1289[516].  Anselme assumes that he was the same person as Bertrand’s brother Béraud.] 

Senebrun [II] & his [second] wife had one child: 

c)         BERTRAND de Goth (-[1312/13]).  Bishop of Agen before 9 Oct 1289, and from Nov 1206.  Bishop of Langres 22 Jan 1306 to Nov 1306.  Bertrand de Goth granted all his property in the parish of Blanquefort, inherited from "Marquise d’Ilhac sa mère", to "Raymond Guillaume de Guot chevalier son neveu" by charter dated 5 May 1311[517]

 

 

ARNAUD GARSIE de Goth, son of BERAUD de Goth & his wife Ide de Blanquefort (-after 6 Jan 1312, bur Auvillars Dominican Church).  "Noble Arnaud Gaixies del Got" swore allegiance "au sire d’Albret pour Casenave" by charter dated 1303[518]Vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auvillars: Philippe IV King of France granted la vicomté de Lomagne to Arnaud Garsie de Goth by charter dated 1305[519].  "Amanieu sire d’Albret" donated "la seigneurie de Villandraut et la paroisse de Goult" to "messire Arnaud Garcye de Gout, frère du pape Clément cinquième" by charter dated 2 Dec 1306[520].  "Arnaud Gaxie visconte de Lomaigne et de Aulvillar" donated property to "Miramonde de Mouleon dame de Marempne et de la Haye" if he predeceased her, by charter dated May 1309[521].  "Noble Gartias de Gout, sieur et viscomte de Lomaigne et d’Auvillar" paid homage "au sire d’Albret" for "la seigneurie du Fraxiet" by charter dated 1328[522], although presumably this is misdated assuming that the date of Arnaud Garsie’s death is correctly stated above.  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), mentioned “Blanche [sa] première femme, dont il avait eu plusieurs enfans, parmi lesquels il y en avoit plusieurs qui étoient morts...Galhard son frère qui était mort sans enfans après avoir été marié”, bequeathed property to “Miramonde sa femme...Regiotte sa fille femme de noble Gausannerius de Pins...Elips, Marquise, Indie et Regine femme de Bernard de Durfort ses autres filles...Sarvide, Galharde, Cauhoute et Agnès ses sœurs et Basculus son fils naturel, à Alamant son autre fils naturel fils de Perrote de la Oliere et à Anglicus son autre fils naturel...Marie Anne demoiselle femme de Vesian de Lomagne, à Brayde sa petite fille femme de Raynaud de Bruniquel...au posthume de Miramonde sa seconde femme”, appointed as his heir “Bertrand de Gouth son fils”, substituting successively “Arnaud Bertrand de Pinhsac chevalier surnommé Soldan son petit-fils et Amanieu de la Mote son petit fils par sa fille”, and named “Amanieu d’Albret chevalier” as executor[523]

m firstly BLANCHE, daughter of ---.  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), mentioned “Blanche [sa] première femme, dont il avait eu plusieurs enfans, parmi lesquels il y en avoit plusieurs qui étoient morts...[524]

m secondly (25 May 1309) MIRAMONDE de Mauléon, daughter of AUGER [II] de Mauléon Vicomte de Soule & his wife --- (-after 1348).  Arnaud Garsie de Goth married “le septième de l’issue du mois de may 1309” [as his second wife] “Miramonde de Mauléon dame de Marensin au diocèse de Bourdeaux, de la Ferine et de Saubeuse, fille d’Auger de Mauleon damoiseau et sœur de Corbayrand de Mauléon[525].  Heiress of the baronies, towns, castles, lands of "Marensin, Saubusse, Saas, Angoumé, Laharie, Castelsarrazin et Berbinzana"[526].  "Arnaud Gaxie visconte de Lomaigne et de Aulvillar" donated property to "Miramonde de Mouleon dame de Marempne et de la Haye" if he predeceased her, by charter dated May 1309[527].  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “Miramonde sa femme...au posthume de Miramonde sa seconde femme[528].  Père Anselme notes that Miramonde was still living in 1348, without citing any source on which he bases this information[529]

Mistress (1): The name of Arnaud Garsie’s first mistress is not known. 

Mistress (2): PERROTTE de la Olière, daughter of ---.  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “...Alamant son autre fils naturel fils de Perrote de la Oliere...[530]

Mistress (3): The name of Arnaud Garsie’s third mistress is not known.  The name “Anglicus” given to her son (see below) suggests that she may have been English. 

Arnaud Garsie & his first wife had [twelve or more] children (sons and daughters are grouped together below as no indication has been found of the overall order of birth, and in addition the order of birth of the daughters is uncertain as different testaments in which they are named list them in different orders, confusing the question of their relative seniority): 

1.         BERAUD de Goth (-before 7 Apr 1307).  The primary source which confirms his name and date of death has not been identified.  m ---.  The name of Béraud’s wife is not known.  Béraud & his wife had one child: 

a)         BRAIDE de Goth (-after 2 Sep 1327, bur Bruniquel).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “...Brayde sa petite fille femme de Raynaud de Bruniquel...[531].  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Braide sa nièce femme du vicomte de Bruniquel...[532].  "Regina de Gutto comitissa Armaniaci Fesenciaci et Ruthenensis vicecomitissaque Leomaniæ et Altavillaris", under her testament dated 12 Aug 1325, substituted "Arnaldum Bernardi de Preyssaco militem dictum Soldanum, Amanevum et Bertrandum de Mota fratres, Aymericum de Duroforti dominum de --- …Reginam de Gutto uxorem nobilis Amanevi de Pinibus…et Braydam vicecomitissam Bruniquelli, necnon et Indiam uxorem domini de Monteferrando…Marquesiæ de Sevinhaco uxori Othonis domini de Montealto" as her heirs in case her husband died childless[533].  The testament of Braide de Goth, dated 2 Sep 1327, chose burial in the church of Bruniquel, where “sa fille Galharde morte avant d’être mariée” was buried, named “ses autres filles Marguerite, Bertrande et Brayde”, and named as executors “son mari Réginald, dom Béraud évêque d’Alby, Olivier vicomte de Montclar, et Isarn de Tauriac damoiseau[534]m (contract 7 Apr 1307) as his first wife, RENAUD Vicomte de Bruniquel, son of GUILLAUME Vicomte de Bruniquel & his wife Aude de Pons (-[mid-Nov 1328/11 Jan 1329], bur Montauban, Dominican church). 

2.         BERTRAND de Goth (-[22 May/4 Jun] 1324).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), appointed as his heir “Bertrand de Gouth son fils”, substituting successively “Arnaud Bertrand de Pinhsac chevalier surnommé Soldan son petit-fils et Amanieu de la Mote son petit fils par sa fille[535]Vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auvillars.  King Edward II granted “castrum et villam de Blankaforti Burdegaliæ dioc.” to “Bertrandum de Guto nunc vicecomitem Leomanniæ et Alti Villaris” by charters dated 16 Jan 1313, which names “Bertrando de Salviaco milite consanguineo et procuratore dicti Bertrando[536].  Père Anselme records that Edward II King of England granted le château de Blanquefort to "Bertrand de Goth seigneur de Duras, fils d’Arnaud-Garsie de Goth vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auvillars" by charter dated 1 Feb 1312[537], but the grantee’s father’s name does not appear in the charter quoted above.  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, named “Arnaud Garsie son frere déja décedé”, bequeathed property to “Beatrix de Lautrec sa femme...Elips, Indie, Marquise, Regine et autre Regine ses sœurs...Braide sa nièce femme du vicomte de Bruniquel...Trenquine sa nièce fille d’Olivier de Libhano...Assaride sa fille naturelle femme de Escoban de Vicemonte...Geralde sa fille naturelle femme de l’ainé de Guillaume-Raymond Loriac...Basculo son frere natural le château de Puyguilhem...à les autres freres naturels...Galhard son fils naturel le château des Alamans...Beraud de Gouth fils naturel de quelqu’un de sa race”, and appointed as his heir “Regine sa fille unique comtesse d’Armagnac”, naming as substitutes ”le fils de Bernard de Durfort seigneur de Flamarens son beau-frere et de Regine sa sœur...Aymeric fils d’Arnaud de Durfort et de Marquise sa sœur, le fils aîné d’Amalum de Bares et d’Indie sa sœur, Bertrand fils d’Amanieu de la Motte et d’Elips sa sœur, et autre Regine sa sœur femme d’Anissant de Pins[538]m (before 11 Mar 1311) as her second husband, BEATRIX de Lautrec Vicomtesse de Lautrec, widow of PHILIPPE de Lévis Seigneur de Lévis, Vicomte de Lautrec, daughter of BERTRAND Vicomte de Lautrec & his wife Alasie de Nargeac (-after 21 Mar 1336).  The marriage contract between “Gui de Lévis sgr de Mirepoix...son fils Philippe de Levis” and “Beatrix vicomtesse de Lautrec...sa mère Aladays”, noting her previous betrothal to “Mathieu de Lévis” and subject to Papal dispensation, is dated 10 Sep 1296[539].  Pope Boniface VIII issued the dispensation for the marriage 3 Jun 1297, referring to her earlier contract to marry “quondam Matheus de Levis miles frater tuus fili Philippe[540].  “Alazia fille de feu...Guill. B. de Najac veuve de Bertr. vic de Lautrec” granted her rights in “castrum nostrum de Savinhaco” to “Beatrix notre fille aînée et héritière universelle dud. Bertr.” by charter dated 30 Jun 1297[541].  The date of her second marriage is estimated from the following document: a charter dated 11 Mar 1310 (O.S.) records a dispute between “Bertrandi de Guto militis vicecomitis Lautricensis” and “dominam A. de Monteforti comitissam Vindocinensem” concerning “loca de Cabanesio[542].  A charter dated Nov 1313 recorded payment by the convent of Avignon Sainte-Claire to “Bertr. de Guto vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auvillars et...sa demme Béatrix épouse de feu Phil. de Lévis[543].  "Béatrix de Lautrec" bequeathed money for her future marriage to her daughter Regine, by her testament dated 30 Jul 1315[544].  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “Beatrix de Lautrec sa femme...[545].  Jean I Comte d’Armagnac, acting for his wife "fille et heritière de feu Bertrand de Goth vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auvillars", assigned a pension to "Béatrix de Lautrec, veuve de Bertrand de Goth" by charter dated 10 Jun 1324[546].  "Regina de Gutto comitissa Armaniaci Fesenciaci et Ruthenensis vicecomitissaque Leomaniæ et Altavillaris", under her testament dated 12 Aug 1325, appointed "dominæ Beatrici vice-comitissæ Lautricensi matri suæ…Rogerio de Armaniaco et Domino Amanevo de Lebreto" as her executors[547].  “Beatrix vicomtesse de Lautrec” promised not to dispose of her assets without the consent of “ses fils...Philippe et Bertrand de Lévis”, with the consent of “...vicomte Guillaume cousin de lad. dame”, by charter dated 28 Nov 1326, and committed to pay certain sums to her sons “pro custodia castri [de La Focz]” where she was living by charter dated 29 May 1327[548].  “Beatrix vic. de Lautrec” ordered her subjects to swear allegiance to “nos fils Philippe et à Bertrand” by charter dated 21 Mar 1335 (O.S.)[549].  Bertrand & his wife had one child: 

a)         REGINE de Goth (-Château de Lavardins [12 Aug/1 Sep] 1325, bur Auvillars Dominican Church).  The marriage contract between “Iohannem comitem Armaniaci” and “dominum Bertrandum de Guto vicecomitem Leomaniæ et Altivillaris...Reginam filiam” is undated[550].  The date of her marriage is indicated by the testament of Bertrand de Goth dated 10 May 1324 which indicates that his daughter was comtesse d’Armagnac[551].  "Regina de Gutto comitissa Armaniaci Fesenciaci et Ruthenensis vicecomitissaque Leomaniæ et Altavillaris", under her testament dated 12 Aug 1325, substituted "Arnaldum Bernardi de Preyssaco militem dictum Soldanum, Amanevum et Bertrandum de Mota fratres…", presumably the sons of Alix de Goth, as her heirs in case her husband died childless[552].  "Regina de Gutto comitissa Armaniaci Fesenciaci et Ruthenensis vicecomitissaque Leomaniæ et Altavillaris", under her testament dated 12 Aug 1325, appointed "dominæ Beatrici vice-comitissæ Lautricensi matri suæ…Rogerio de Armaniaco et Domino Amanevo de Lebreto" as her executors, appointed "dominum Joannem comitem Armaniaci, Fesenciaci et Ruthenæ virum suum" as her heir, substituting "Arnaldum Bernardi de Preyssaco militem dictum Soldanum, Amanevum et Bertrandum de Mota fratres, Aymericum de Duroforti dominum de --- …Reginam de Gutto uxorem nobilis Amanevi de Pinibus…et Braydam vicecomitissam Bruniquelli, necnon et Indiam uxorem domini de Monteferrando…Marquesiæ de Sevinhaco uxori Othonis domini de Montealto" in case her husband died childless[553].  The testament of "domini Johannis comitis Armaniaci", dated 18 Feb 1347, bequeathes property for the soul of "Reginæ de Gutto…vicecomitissæ Leomaniæ, primæ…uxoris quondam nostræ, et domini Bertrandi"[554].  A second testament of "Johannes…comes Armaignaci, Fesensiaci et Ruthene, vicecomesque Leomaniæ et Altivillaris ac dominus terre Ripparie", dated 5 Apr 1373, donates property for the souls of "…Regine de Gutto quondam uxoris nostre…domini Bertrandi de Guto quondam vicecomitis Leomaniæ et Altivillaris, patris ipsius Regine…"[555].  She succeeded her father as Vicomtesse de Lomagne et d’Auvillars.  m (before 10 May 1324) as his first wife, JEAN [I] d’Armagnac, son of BERNARD [VI] Comte d'Armagnac & his wife Cécile de Rodez (before 6 May 1306-after 5 Apr 1373, bur Auch Sainte-Marie).  He succeeded his father in 1329 as Comte d'Armagnac

Bertrand had three illegitimate children by unknown Mistresses: 

b)         GAILHARD (-after 19 May 1324).  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Galhard son fils naturel le château des Alamans...[556]

c)          ASSALIDE (-after 19 May 1324).  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Assaride sa fille naturelle femme de Escoban de Vicemonte...Geralde sa fille naturelle femme de l’ainé de Guillaume-Raymond Loriac...[557]m ESCOBAN de Vicemonte, son of ---. 

d)         GERAUDE (-after 19 May 1324).  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Assaride sa fille naturelle femme de Escoban de Vicemonte...Geralde sa fille naturelle femme de l’ainé de Guillaume-Raymond Loriac...[558]m --- Loriac, son of GUILLAUME RAYMOND Loriac & his wife ---. 

3.         ARNAUD GARSIE de Goth (-before 6 Jan 1312).  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, named “Arnaud Garsie son frere déja décedé[559].  He presumably predeceased his father as he is not named in the latter’s testament dated 6 Jan 1311 (O.S.). 

4.         RAYMOND de Goth (-26 Jun 1310, bur Saint-Etienne d’Agen).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.   Bishop of Albi.  Prior of Okeburg, Doyen of the church of Lincoln 1307. 

5.         [--- .  The following two documents suggest that this person’s son "Arnaldum Bernardi de Preyssaco militem dictum Soldanum..." was oldest grandson of Arnaud Garsie.  If that is correct, his mother was presumably his oldest sister, but if that is correct she predeceased him.  Another possibility is that this was the same person as one of the other sisters named below, who married “... de Preissac” as her first husband.  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), appointed as his heir “Bertrand de Gouth son fils”, substituting successively  “Arnaud Bertrand de Pinhsac chevalier surnommé Soldan son petit-fils et Amanieu de la Mote son petit fils par sa fille[560].  "Regina de Gutto comitissa Armaniaci Fesenciaci et Ruthenensis vicecomitissaque Leomaniæ et Altavillaris", under her testament dated 12 Aug 1325, named "Arnaldum Bernardi de Preyssaco militem dictum Soldanum..." as first substitute heir[561]m --- de Preissac, son of ---.] 

6.         [daughter .  Her parentage is indicated by the following document, although it is not known whether she was the same person as one of the other sisters named below, Olivier de Libhan being an earlier deceased husband who is not otherwise recorded.  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Trenquine sa nièce fille d’Olivier de Libhano...[562]m OLIVIER de Libhan, son of ---.] 

7.         REGINE de Goth (-after 1333).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “Miramonde sa femme...Regiotte sa fille femme de noble Gausannerius de Pins...Elips, Marquise, Indie et Regine femme de Bernard de Durfort ses autres filles...[563].  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Elips, Indie, Marquise, Regine et autre Regine ses sœurs...”, naming as successive substitute heirs ”...autre Regine sa sœur femme d’Anissant de Pins[564].  Her marriage is indicated by the testament of Regine Ctss d’Armagnac, dated 12 Aug 1325, which substitutes "…Reginam de Gutto uxorem nobilis Amanevi de Pinibus…et Braydam vicecomitissam Bruniquelli, necnon et Indiam uxorem domini de Monteferrando…Marquesiæ de Sevinhaco uxori Othonis domini de Montealto" as her heirs in case her husband died childless[565]m GAUCERAN [Amanieu] de Pins, son of --- (-after 12 Aug 1325). 

8.         ALIX [Elips] de Goth (-after 12 Aug 1325).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “Miramonde sa femme...Regiotte sa fille femme de noble Gausannerius de Pins...Elips, Marquise, Indie et Regine femme de Bernard de Durfort ses autres filles...” and named “...Amanieu de la Mote son petit fils par sa fille” as second substitute heir[566].  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Elips, Indie, Marquise, Regine et autre Regine ses sœurs...”, naming as successive substitute heirs ”...Bertrand fils d’Amanieu de la Motte et d’Elips sa sœur...[567].  "Regina de Gutto comitissa Armaniaci Fesenciaci et Ruthenensis vicecomitissaque Leomaniæ et Altavillaris", under her testament dated 12 Aug 1325, substituted "Arnaldum Bernardi de Preyssaco militem dictum Soldanum, Amanevum et Bertrandum de Mota fratres…", presumably the sons of Alix de Goth, as her heirs in case her husband died childless[568]m AMANIEU Baron de la Motte Seigneur de Langon et de Rochetaillée, son of --- (-Toulouse 1308).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), appointed as his heir “Bertrand de Gouth son fils”, substituting successively “Arnaud Bertrand de Pinhsac [transcription error for Pins?] chevalier surnommé Soldan son petit-fils et Amanieu de la Mote son petit fils par sa fille[569]

9.         MARQUISE de Goth (-before 1326).  The testament of “Galhard de Goth damoiseau seigneur de Duras, frère et maréchal du pape Clement V”, dated 16 Jan 1305 (O.S.?), made bequests to “Marquesie de Duroforti...Arnaud de Durfort...Alpaiz sa nièce fille d’Arnaud” substituted “Aymeric et Galhard de Ungaco enfans mâles de Marquesie de Durfort sa nièce” as his heirs[570]. The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “Miramonde sa femme...Regiotte sa fille femme de noble Gausannerius de Pins...Elips, Marquise, Indie et Regine femme de Bernard de Durfort ses autres filles...[571].  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Elips, Indie, Marquise, Regine et autre Regine ses sœurs...”, naming as successive substitute heirs ”...Aymeric fils d’Arnaud de Durfort et de Marquise sa sœur...[572]m (before [1300?]) as his first wife, ARNAUD de Durfort Seigneur de Duras, son of --- & his wife Alpais du Bugat (-after 25 Feb 1326). 

10.      INDIE de Goth (-after 12 Aug 1325).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “Miramonde sa femme...Regiotte sa fille femme de noble Gausannerius de Pins...Elips, Marquise, Indie et Regine femme de Bernard de Durfort ses autres filles...[573].  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Elips, Indie, Marquise, Regine et autre Regine ses sœurs...”, naming as successive substitute heirs ”...le fils aîné d’Amalum de Bares et d’Indie sa sœur...[574].  "Regina de Gutto comitissa Armaniaci Fesenciaci et Ruthenensis vicecomitissaque Leomaniæ et Altavillaris", under her testament dated 12 Aug 1325, named "...Indiam uxorem domini de Monteferrando…"[575]m [firstly] AMAL de Barres, son of ---.  [m secondly --- Seigneur de Montferrand, son of --- (-after 12 Aug 1325).  It is not known whether this was Indie’s second husband or whether her known husband Amal de Barres was also Seigneur de Montferrand.]    

11.      REGINE de Goth (-after 1333).  Dame de Flamarens: Arnaud Garsie de Goth granted “la seigneurie de Flamarens” to “Régine sa fille” on her marriage to “Bernard de Durfort chevalier, qui depuis se qualifia sire de Flamarens”, by charter dated after 1305[576].  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Elips, Indie, Marquise, Regine et autre Regine ses sœurs...”, naming as successive substitute heirs ”le fils de Bernard de Durfort seigneur de Flamarens son beau-frere et de Regine sa sœur...[577]m ([1300]) BERNARD de Durfort Seigneur de Flamarens, son of --- (-before 1329). 

12.      [one or more] children (-before 6 Jan 1312).  Their existence is confirmed by the testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), which mentioned “Blanche [sa] première femme, dont il avait eu plusieurs enfans, parmi lesquels il y en avoit plusieurs qui étoient morts...[578].  The number of other children is unknown, although “plusieurs” suggests at least four (of whom Béraud, Arnaud Garsie and Raymond, named above). 

Arnaud Garsie & his second wife had one child: 

13.      child ([Jan/Jun] 1312-).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “...au posthume de Miramonde sa seconde femme[579].  No record has been found indicating whether this child survived. 

Arnaud Garsie had one illegitimate child by Mistress (1): 

14.       --- [Basculus] (-after 19 May 1324).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “...Basculus son fils naturel, à Alamant son autre fils naturel fils de Perrote de la Oliere et à Anglicus son autre fils naturel...[580].  The unusual name “Basculus” suggests that it may have been a nickname of some sort.  The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Basculo son frere natural le château de Puyguilhem...à les autres freres naturels...[581]

Arnaud Garsie had one illegitimate child by Mistress (2): 

15.       ALAMAN (-after 6 Jan 1312).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “...Basculus son fils naturel, à Alamant son autre fils naturel fils de Perrote de la Oliere et à Anglicus son autre fils naturel...[582]

Arnaud Garsie had one illegitimate child by Mistress (3): 

16.       --- [Anglicus] (-after 6 Jan 1312).  The testament of Arnaud Garsie de Goth, dated 6 Jan 1311 (presumably O.S.), bequeathed property to “...Basculus son fils naturel, à Alamant son autre fils naturel fils de Perrote de la Oliere et à Anglicus son autre fils naturel...[583].  The name “Anglicus” suggests a nickname given because his mother was English. 

 

The testament of “Bertrand de Gouth chevalier vicomte de Lomagne et d’Auviller, seigneur de Duras, de Blanquefort”, dated 19 May 1324, bequeathed property to “...Beraud de Gouth fils naturel de quelqu’un de sa race[584]

 

 

 

 

 

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