Thursday, May 21, 2020

100 years war Knights/Chevaliers and squires/écuyers III

100 years war Knights/Chevaliers and squires/écuyers II


French Armagnac Chevaliers & Écuyers

More Chevaliers and écuyers of Maine for the eleven local battles within 100klm, plus the 50 odd sieges. Still concentrating on my French army from Baugé to Verneuil, concentrating first on the Chevaliers and écuyers locally, plus adding Bretons and Anjou Armagnac and Scottish.

More of the lovely Perry plastics for Chevaliers and Écuyers from Maine

The battlefield tour can be found here https://www.lhoteldeherce.fr/product-page/100-years-war-holiday




Jean de la Croix, seigneur de La Bigottière, vassal l'Orange family seigneurs de La Feuillée, owed 40 days service to La Feuillé chateau, died at the siege of the chateau La Feuillée in 1429





Jehan le Roux écuyer, seigneur de Ferrière, Foucarville (killed at la Brossinière) Norman Noble, vassal of Jean de Harcourt










Pierre de Gautier, seigneur d’Aussigny, chateau de Chevigné ,Angevin Noble, confirmed at La Brossinière, Vassal Rene d'Anjou, owed 40 days service to Angers Chateau.


Jean de Chambellay, seigneur de Bois de Chambellay et la Grrandiere, at La Brossinière, Baugé and Formigny. owed 40 days service to château Candé. Vassal of Bertrand de Dinan, Baron de Candé






Jean de Barres, seigneur de Barres, at Agincourt and Baugé, vassal Jean de Craon, owed 40 days service to Chateau Craon.



Rolland de Moussaye, seigneur de Rivière-Moussaye, Breton, captain of Vitré, at La Brossinière

cheers
Matt


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