Genealogy Richard Remmé, The Hague, Netherlands » Ogier VI d' Anglure (± 1280-1345)

Personal data Ogier VI d' Anglure 

Household of Ogier VI d' Anglure

He is married to Béatrice de Sorcy.

They got married.


  1. Ogier VII d' Anglure  ± 1310-> 1368 

Notes about Ogier VI d' Anglure

Profession : Seigneur d'Anglure en 1300.

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Ancestors (and descendant) of Ogier VI d' Anglure

Ogier VI d' Anglure
± 1280-1345

Béatrice de Sorcy
± 1290-1368

Ogier VII d' Anglure
± 1310-> 1368

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