Miles unknown of Bray

Country and Region of Origin
France
Champagne-Ardenne (RE) Aube (D)
Specific Title
Viscount of Troyes and Castellan of Bray
Role
Viscount (lay)
Gender and Marital Statusa
Male
Family
son: Guy Trousseau of Montlhéry (First Crusader) Daughter: Elizabeth Son-in-law: Guy I of Dampierre (Crusader) Brother: Guy II of Rochefort (1101 Crusader) Brother: Hugh I of Le Puiset Sister: Melisende of Montlhéry Brother-in-law: Hugh I of Rethel (First Crusader) Nephew: Baldwin of Bourcq (First Crusader, king of Jerusalem) Sister: Elizabeth of Montlhéry Brother-in-law: Joscelin I of Courtenay (1101 Crusader) Nephew: Joscelin II, count of Edessa Sister: Hodierna of Montlhéry Brother-in-law: Walter of St-Valery Nephew: Bernard of St-Valery (First Crusader) Nephew: Eudon of St-Valery



Crusades

1st Expedition
1st Crusade (1096-1099)
Probability of Participation
Certain
Financial Arrangements
Consequences of Expedition
Survived
Sources
OV, vol. 5, pp. 30-31. Le cartulaire du prieuré de Notre-Dame de Longpont de l'ordre de Cluny, ed. A. Marion (Lyons, 1879), pp. 93. RFC, p. 138.


2nd Expedition
Crusade of 1101
Contingent Leader
Stephen of Blois and Stephen I of Burgundy
Probability of Participation
Certain
Financial Arrangements
Miles asked the monks of Longpont-sous-Montlhéry to pray for him. He also made a number of financial arrangements.
Regent
He entrusted his estate to Guy Trousseau of Montlhéry.
Consequences of Expedition
Survived
Sources
Le Cartulaire du prieuré de Notre-Dame de Longpont de l'ordre de Cluny, ed. A. Marion (Lyons, 1879), pp 184-185. OV, vol. 5, pp. 324-325, 346-347. AA, pp. 594-595, 606-607. RFC, pp. 70, 119, 138, 140, 148-149, 215, 248.


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