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dated to  and Sep 1146 both quoted below, which list the fiefs of the bishop of Bayeux and include the Lacy fief in Campeaux, the latter being located about 20 kilometres west of Lassy.The main English estates of the senior branch of the family, descended from Ilbert de Lacy, formed the honor of Pontefract in South Yorkshire, while the estates of the younger branch, descended from Walter de Lacy, were centred on Weobley in Herefordshire. His parentage is confirmed by the undated charter under which [his mother] "Emma mater Hilberti de Lacei" donated property "in monte Mainart" to Saint-Amand on becoming a nun Domesday Book records Ilbert de Lacy holding Tingewick in Rowley Hundred in Buckinghamshire; several properties in Nottinghamshire; numerous properties in Yorkshire; land in Dunholme, Scothern, Stow and Willingham by Stow in Lincolnshire (-).Ellis shows the supposed brothers in his genealogical table as born from different mothers.
A manuscript describing the descendants of the founders of Lanthony Abbey, Gloucestershire records that Hugo de Lacy primus fundator prioratus Lanthoni came in Wallia during the reign of King William I but that, dying childless, "duabus sororibus suis Ermelin qu obit sine hrede et Emm sorori su" inherited his property[--- .Gilbert inherited the share of the familys Norman fiefs held by Walter de Lacys branch of the family, as shown by a list of fiefs of Bayeux church, dated to , which records feodum de Lacey in Campellis held by duorum militum... The inheritance of part of the Lacy estates by Sibyllas descendants indicates that one of her parents was a child of Walter de Lacy.Wightman says that Sibylla was the daughter of Hugh de Lacy, without specifying a primary source which confirms his statement, although he concedes that it has frequently been assumed that [Hugh] died childless.It is possible that Helwise was the sister of Walter de Lacy.A close relationship is indicated by his donation to her of property on her marriage.The difficulty is that Sibyllas descendants inherited only part of the Lacy estates, as indicated by the charter dated to [Dec 1137/May 1138] under which King Stephen only referred to Sibyllas dowry as quoted below, whereas Sibylla would presumably have been sole heiress if Hugh had been her father.Rivalry between Sibyllas heirs and Gilbert de Lacy (see above) concerning the succession to the Lacy estates in England is indicated by an agreement dated to [1147/49] between Roger Earl of Hereford (husband of Sibyllas older daughter) and William Earl of Gloucester to combine forces against Gilbert de Lacy.[There are indications that Emmeline may have married secondly Arnoul de Hesdin.Both families made numerous donations to Gloucester St Peter, although it has not yet proved possible to link any of the names of land donated to both families, but most significantly the Historia sancti Petri Gloucestri, in a list of holdings, records (in order) donations made by "Walterus de Lacy dedit Leden, Ernulfus de Hesding dedit Lyncoholt, Hermelina de Lacy dedit pro anima viri sui Duntesbourne".Orderic Vitalis records that King William granted insulam Vectam et comitatum Herfordensem to Willelmo dapifero Normanni Osberni filio, and sent him cum Gualterio de Laceio to fight contra Britones [Welsh], during which they first invaded Brachaniaunos and defeated Guallorum reges Risen et Caducan ac Mariadoth, dated to 1071.The Historia sancti Petri Gloucestri records the death "VI Kal Apr" 1085 of "Walterus fundator Sancti Petri Hereford", his burial "Gloucestri in capitulo", and the donation of "villam quinque hidarum Duntesborne tempore Serlonis abbatis" [abbot from 1072 to 1104] made by "uxor eius Ermelina"The Historia sancti Petri Gloucestri records the death "VI Kal Apr" 1085 of "Walterus fundator Sancti Petri Hereford", his burial "Gloucestri in capitulo", and the donation of "villam quinque hidarum Duntesborne tempore Serlonis abbatis" [abbot from 1072 to 1104] made by "uxor eius Ermelina".