See also

Family of Raoul TAISSON and Matilda

Husband: Raoul TAISSON (c. 1025-1066)
Wife: Matilda (c. 1025- )
Children: Jourdain TAISSON (c. 1044- )
Osborne FITZ TESSON (c. 1044-aft1119)

Husband: Raoul TAISSON

Name: Raoul TAISSON1,2
Sex: Male
Father: Raoul TAISSON (c. 1000-aft1030)
Mother: -
Birth c. 1025 Normandy, France
Death 1066 (age 40-41) Battle of Hastings Battle, Kent, England

Wife: Matilda

Name: Matilda1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth c. 1025

Child 1: Jourdain TAISSON

Name: Jourdain TAISSON1,2
Sex: Male
Spouse: Letitia DE ST SAUVEUR ( -aft1066)
Birth c. 1044

Child 2: Osborne FITZ TESSON

Name: Osborne FITZ TESSON1,2,3
Sex: Male
Birth c. 1044
Death aft 1119 (age 74-75)

Note on Husband: Raoul TAISSON

Seigneur de Cinqueleiz, otherwise known as Tesson de Tignolles, killed at the Battle of Hastings 1066. See J.R. Planche, the Conqueror and his companions.

Note on Wife: Matilda

daughter of Walter, uncle of William the conqueror

Sources

1"Nick Heard". www.heardfamilyhistory.org.uk. This GEDCOM is predominantly the work of Nick Heard, but it incorporates the collaborated work of many other family historians. You are welcome to use the information herein but please acknowledge the source. Every effort has been made to ensure the data is accurate, but any use you make of it is entirely at your own risk. (c) Nick Heard 2009
2"Boydell Pedigree compiled from the pedigrees of the Dodleston, Grappenhall and Pulcroft Stocks" (www.boydellfamilyhistory.com).
Text From Source: "In Ormerod's Cheshire (Helsby's Edotion) based upon the Leycester MSS collated with the Chartulary of St Werburgh, the Plea and Recog. Rolls and the Inquisitions post mortem: the Much Woolton and Hawarden branch from the late j.H.Boydell of Manchester (d.1912); the Trefalynand Rosset Branch from Arch Camb 1905 and from Wills and MIs at Chester, parish registers, monument inscriptions, the Cheshire Sheaf; transactions of CheethamSociety; Palmer's Wrexham; Dictionary of National Biography; Top. and Hist. Account of Cheshire by Lyons, and brought up to date (1972) by R.S.Boydell of Arnside with assistance of Donald Boydell of Over Hutton Lancs.
3"The Domesday Book".