Turold de Pont-Audemer

Turold Sire de Pont-Audemer (b. 950 A.D.) was a Norman aristocrat in what is today France.

The son of Torf le Riche, he inherited the title of Seigneur du Pontautorf, de Torville, Torcy, Torny, and Torly. He became Sire de Pont-Audemer, which became his principal residence and by which he was commonly known.

By his marriage, he enhanced his position in Norman nobility and became a prominent figure during the reigns of Richard II, Duke of Normandy; Richard III, Duke of Normandy; and Robert I, Duke of Normandy (996-1035). He married either Wevia or Avelina, younger sisters of Gunnor, the wife of Richard I of Normandy.

Categories: 10th-century Normans | 950 births | Medieval French nobility | French nobility stubs

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