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  1. Aymer (also Aymar, Adhemar, Ademar, or Adomar; c. 1160 – 16 June 1202) was the last Count of Angoulême of the House of Taillefer. He was the youngest child of Count William VI and Marguerite de Turenne. Two of his elder brothers, Wulgrin III and William VII, became Counts of Angoulême in succession after the death of their father in 1179.

  2. 30 de dic. de 2021 · Count of Aymer "Taillefer, Comte d'Angoulême" de Angoulême formerly Angoulême Born about 23 Aug 1160 in Angoulême, Charente, Poitou-Charentes, France Ancestors Son of Guillaume (Taillefer) d'Angoulême and Emma (Limoges) de Angoulême Brother of Almodis (Angoulême) d'Angoulême [half], Guillaume (Taillefer) de Angoulême and Helie (Taillefer) Angoulême

  3. Aymer, Count of Angoulême (Q277612) Last Count of Angoulême of the House of Taillefer Aymer of Angouleme Aymer of Angoulême Aymer, Count of Angouleme edit Statements instance of human 1 reference sex or gender male 0 references given name Aimar 0 references noble title Count of Angoulême 1 reference date of birth 1160 Gregorian instance of

  4. Aymer of Angoulême: Last Count of Angoulême of the House of Taillefer (1160 - 1202), Noble, Aristocrat, Count, From: France

  5. Aymer, 2nd Earl of Pembroke, was the son of William de Valence, son of Hugh X, Count of La Marche and Isabella of Angoulême. Aymer was the third son of his family, so little is known of his birth and early years. In 1297 he accompanied Edward I on a campaign to Flanders, and seems to have been knighted by this time.

  6. Is this your ancestor? Explore genealogy for Guillaume VI (Taillefer) d'Angoulême born bef. 1120 Angoulême, Charente, Poitou-Charentes, France died 1179 Messina, Sicily, Italy including ancestors + descendants + 2 photos + 12 genealogist comments + more in the free family tree community.

  7. ISABELLA of Angoulême (d. 1246), queen of John [q. v.], daughter and heiress of Aymer, count of Angoulême, by Alicia, daughter of Peter of Courtenay, a younger son of Louis VI of France, was by the advice of Richard of England solemnly espoused to Hugh of Lusignan, called 'le Brun,' eldest son of Hugh IX, 'le Brun,' count of La Marche, and lived under the care of her betrothed husband's ...