Genealogy Richard Remmé, The Hague, Netherlands » Aymon III [Faucogney] de Villersexel Seigneur de Noidans-les-Vesoul (????-1360)

Personal data Aymon III [Faucogney] de Villersexel Seigneur de Noidans-les-Vesoul 


Ancestors (and descendant) of Aymon III [Faucogney] de Villersexel


Household of Aymon III [Faucogney] de Villersexel Seigneur de Noidans-les-Vesoul

He is married to Jeanne de la Roche en Mortagne.


Child(ren):

  1. Simone de Villersexel  ????-1405 
  2. Henri [Faucogné] de Villersexel  ????-1412 
  3. Marguerite [Faucogney] de Villars  ± 1350-1406 
  4. Béatrix [Faucogney] de Villersexel  


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