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Adrian de Lucy

Birthplace: Luce Near Maine, Normandy, France
Death: Bedford, Normandy, France
Place of Burial: Kent, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Richard de Lucy and Roesia de Lucy
Husband of Aveline de Lucy
Father of Emma Maunsell; Lucy de Lucy; Richard de Lucy "The Loyal" , Justiciar of England; Walter de Lucy, 5th Abbott of Battle; Robert de Lucy and 1 other

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Adrian de Lucy (b. Abt. 1064)

Adrian de Lucy was born Abt. 1064 in Luce, Normandy, France413. He married Aveline Goth on Abt. 1084 in Luce Normandy413.

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Ancestral File Number: LC80-06.

Record Change: 01 Jan 2003

More About Adrian de Lucy and Aveline Goth:

Marriage: Abt. 1084, Luce Normandy.413

Children of Adrian de Lucy and Aveline Goth are:

+Richard de Lucy, b. 1089, Luce Normandy413, d. 14 Jul 1179.

Born Luce, near Maine, Normandy, France

ADRIAN DE LUCY was born Abt. 1064 in Lucé-sur-Orné, in the Baliwick of Passeis, nr Dromfront, in Maine, Normandy, France. He married Aveline or Goth Abt. 1084. She was born Abt. 1058 near Lucé, Maine, Normandy, France, and died Aft. February 1130/31.

More About ADRIAN DE LUCY: Fact 1: The name Adrian not positively confirmed, however possibly the son of Geoffrey de Lucy born abt 1029 (surname recorded de Luceio, de Louset or de Luci) Fact 2: Geoffrey de Lucy, Lord of Gouviz & Baron of Cretot not recorded at Dives-sur-Mer Fact 3: 1066, Geoffrey de Lucy said to be one of the Norman lords who invaded England in 1066 Fact 4: Despite the problems with the accuracy of the Battle Abbey Rolls, Lucy does occur in several versions, but with no Christian name.


There is a record of a Geoffrey de Lucy (monk) mentioned at Savigny in 1137 (possibly a younger brother).

A group of monks from Savigny formed Jervaulx, Wensleydale in 1145 among other English settlements. A Ralph de Lucy is recorded in 1140-48 in a charter regarding Foucarmont. Their first Abbott came from Savigny when it was founded in 1130.

Richard's brother, Walter de Lucy was initially a monk at Lonlay-l'Abbaye, which is only five and an half miles from Domfront.

Another of Richard's brothers was Robert de Lucy of Chrishall and Elmdon, Essex. 317

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Adrian de Lucy's Timeline

Luce Near Maine, Normandy, France
Luce, Near Maine, Normandy, France
Luce, Near Maine, Normandy, France
Luce, Normandy, France
Luce, Near Maine, Normandy, France
Luce, Near Maine, Normandy, France
Thorney Green, Suffolk, England
Bedford, Normandy, France