Maud of Lusignan (d. 1241)

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Maud of Lusignan (d. 1241)

Countess of Hereford and Essex . Name variations: Maud d'Eu; Maud de Lusignan. Died on August 14, 1241; interred at Llanthony Priory, Gloucester; some sources say she was the daughter of Isabella of Angouleme (1186–1246) and Hugh X, count of Lusignan; others say she was the daughter of Ralph de Lusignan and Alice d'Eu (d. 1246), countess of Eu; married Humphrey Bohun (1200–1275), 2nd earl of Hereford, 1st earl of Essex (some sources cite 6th earl of Hereford and Essex [r. 1220–1275]), and constable of England; children: Maud Bohun (fl. 1240s); Humphrey Bohun (d. 1265, who married Eleanor de Braose ). Humphrey Bohun was also married to Maud of Avenbury (d. 1273).

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