“et Hugues de Rougemont, grand maître du Temple”

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“and Hugues de Rougemont, large main of the Temple”





( Humbert de ROUGEMONT ) ( Humbert of ROUGEMONT )
Titres: Seigneur de Rougemont en Franche-Comté Titles: Lord of Rougemont in Franche-Comté

Né vers 1260 julien Born about 1260 Julian
Décédé Deceased
Parents Parents
Thibaud III de ROUGEMONT , Seigneur de Rougemont en Franche-Comté , Vicomte de Besançon , né vers 1230 julien, décédé après 1265 julien Thibaud III of Rougemont , Rougemont Lord of Franche-Comté , Besançon Viscount , born about 1230 Julian, died after 1265 Julian
Marié avec Married
Comtesse de BELMONT Countess of Belmont
Union(s), enfant(s) , les petits enfants et les arrière-petits-enfants Union (s), child (ren), grandchildren and great-grandchildren
Marié après 1306 julien avec Isabelle de ROCHEFORT , née vers 1280 julien, décédée Julian married after 1306 with Isabelle de Rochefort , born about 1280 Julian, died
Marié avec Agnès de DURNAY , née vers 1270 julien, décédée en 1306 julien à l’âge de peut-être 36 ans (Parents : Married Agnes DURNAY , born about 1270 Julian, Julian died in 1306 at the age of maybe 36 years (Parents: Gérard II DE DURNAY , Seigneur de Durnes ca 1245-1275 & Gerard DURNAY II , Lord of Durnes ca 1245-1275 & Marguerite DE JOUX ca 1245- ) dont Marguerite JOUX ca 1245 -), whose
Thibaud IV de ROUGEMONT 1269- Thibaud IV ROUGEMONT 1269 –
Marguerite de ROUGEMONT ca 1290-1350 mariée vers 1310 julien avec Etienne III , Baron d’Oiselet ca 1290-1335 dont Daisy ROUGEMONT ca 1290-1350 married around 1310 with Julian Stephen III , Baron Oiselet which ca 1290-1335
Jean I , Baron d’Oiselet †1372 marié avant 1335 julien avec Isabelle de VILLERSEXEL †1368 dont : John I , Baron Oiselet † 1372 married before 1335 Julian with Isabella VILLERSEXEL † 1368 including:
Etienne IV , Baron d’Oiselet 1338-1402 Stephen IV , Baron Oiselet 1338-1402
Jeanne d’OISELET †1400 Jeanne birdie † 1400
Jean II d’OISELET 1335-1355 John II birdie 1335-1355
Élisabeth d’OISELET ca 1325- mariée avec Gauthier de CHAUVIREY , Chevalier 1327/- dont : Elizabeth of birdie ca 1325 – married Gauthier Chauvirey , Knight 1327 / – including:
Odette de CHAUVIREY , Dame de Chauvirey-le-Vieil †ca 1345 Odette Chauvirey , Lady Chauvirey-the-Old † ca 1345
Odon ou Eudes de ROUGEMONT /1299-1341 Odo or Eudes de Rougemont / 1299-1341
Fratrie Siblings
Isabelle de ROUGEMONT ca 1225- Mariée vers 1243 avec Robert Ier de CHOISEUL ca 1223- Isabelle de Rougemont ca 1225 – Married about 1243 with Robert I of CHOISEUL ca 1223 –
Humbert III de ROUGEMONT , Seigneur de Rougemont en Franche-Comté ca 1260- Marié après 1306 julien avec Isabelle de ROCHEFORT ca 1280- Humbert III of Rougemont, Rougemont Lord of Franche-Comté ca 1260 – after 1306 Married with Julian Isabelle de Rochefort ca 1280 –
Humbert III de ROUGEMONT, Seigneur de Rougemont en Franche-Comté ca 1260- Marié avec Agnès de DURNAY ca 1270-1306 Humbert III of Rougemont, Rougemont Lord of Franche-Comté ca 1260 – Married Agnes DURNAY ca 1270-1306

Chateau de Pierreclos

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Chateau de Pierreclos


Private person

Inscribed MH (1984)






46 ° 19′ 48″ North
4 ° 41′ 10″ / 46.33, 4.68611

Location on map: Burgundy

Location on map: France

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The chateau de Pierreclos is located on the commune of Pierreclos in Saône-et-Loire, on a terrace locking the Valley of the Petite Grosne. He investigated a registration in respect of the historical monuments since 21 December 1984[1].

1 Description
2 History
2.1 Coat of arms
3 Notes and references
4 Bibliography
5 . See also

Entrance to the chateau de Pierreclos
At the end of a paved Hedgehog, a grid, between two small pavilions covered roofs Imperial, gives access to a forecourt and a vaulted passage, served by a door arches in boss, surmounted by the arms of the Michon, separates it from the courtyard of the Castle.
Square buildings surround it on all sides. To the Southeast, stands a high Tower square crowned consoles of a road round or crenelations disappeared under a roof Pavilion with upturned sewer. Against it, builds a rectangular building oriented North-South. It includes a tower square in work on its western façade, and is flanked on its northwestern corner of a large Tower square, confined to roundbartizans on bases built in the XIXe century. This tower is capped with a Pavilion roof.
The body of main building in return for square East comprises two-storey square which covers have been very re-written. An unfinished building leans against him in the North. These buildings are served in the angle they form, by a spiral staircase inside suspenu whose levels are covered by vaults falling on the pillars ofTuscan order.
Outbuildings and the remains of an ancient Church in the second half of XIIe century, which survives as the Bell Tower and choir, complete the ensemble.
The castle is a private property. It is open to the public.

Pierreclos – Northwest Tour
The origins
The oldest known Lord of the place is Hugues de Berzé, mentioned in a transaction concerning Petraclausa: Hugues II de Berzé, son of Roland Brescentis, descendant of a family old and powerful of Macon County (Matisconens) off at the XIVe century.
After having belonged from 1366 to Guy Chevrier[2], Pierreclos passes to Louis of Savoy, prince of Morea, who by Act of July 1er 1403 gives “the stronghold of the place and chastel Pierreclos» to Ymbaud de Bletterens – perhaps exit family from the town of Jura (Bletterans), which it was known. This is the first mention of a castle.
In 1422, while confront Armagnacs and Burgundians, the first seized the castle which will be finally taken over and made to the of Bletterens. Ymbaud de Bletterens died in 1429, is brother Pernet , who succeeded him.
Rougemont House
Heir of the House, the daughter of the previous, Catherine de Bletterens matches in 1434 Humbert de Rougemont, descendant of a knightly family of Bugey. Barely recovered from the terrible struggle with Armagnac, the Castle faces in 1437 the bloody looting of the Skinners.
Become in turn Lord of Pierreclos, Bussy and Bussières, Philibert de Rougemont, Knight, second son of Humbert, sees its invaded Castle and partly burned by the troops of Louis XI, in fight with Charles the bold, Duke of Burgundyin 1471. It will be subsequently charged with his subjects, in time of war, watchtowers and guard in the town of Mâcon. Philibert de Rougemont was still alive in October 1479, as they found traces of a letters patent of Louis XI mentioning.
His son Gaspard de Rougemont, then the son of the latter, Antoine[3] ensure the sustainability of the lordship, again subject to the assaults. These are the wars of religion which this time are raging, and in 1562, the castle was besieged, plundered by protestants who visited master Mason. Their passage will also mean the ruin of the Church.
Marked by new civil discord, the succession of Antoine is ensured by his son Jean de Rougemont, who married Béatrix de Grollée.
On the death of the previous one, in 1596, the Earth passed to his second son Hugues de Rougemont. Given the financial situation[4] of the House after the death of the latter in 1644, his widow Isabelle D’albon must separate from the fief in 1671.

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