Orderic Vitalis records that "Burchardus de Monte Morencii, aliique prudentes" advised Louis VI King of France not to invade Normandy, dated to 1119, that "Mathus comes de Bellomonte et Guido de Claromonte..Burchardus de Monte Morentii" led the invasion and fought at Brmule.
"Mattheus comes, filius eius Matheus..." subscribed the charter dated 1136 which records an agreement between the priory of Saint-Leu d Esserent and the inhabitants of the town regarding duties on wine.
The stop at Meadowhall is part of the Interchange, and shares an entrance and waiting area with the railway station.
The county of Beaumont-sur-Oise lay to the north of Paris, south of the county of Beauvais, east of the Vexin and west of the county of Valois, although its precise geographical boundaries are uncertain.
Sheffield's Supertram opened on 21st March 1994, the second of the new-generation street-running trams and the result of planning dating back to the 1970s.
Initially known as South Yorkshire Supertram, the system was publically owned and operated to start with, but is now operated and maintained by Stagecoach and is branded 'Stagecoach Supertram'.
However, as further discussed in the document AQUITAINE DUKES, this source is spurious and is reliable.
Until another source emerges which corroborates Adelas origin and marriage, the information should be treated with caution. No primary source has been identified which confirms that the affiliation is correct.
Douet-d Arcq suggests that it represented a partition of the county of Beauvais, which was granted by Eudes II Comte de Blois to Roger Bishop of Beauvais in exchange for the county of Sancerre in  not long before the appearance of the first comte de Beaumont in the primary sources.
Earlier charters dated between 627 and 861 name the pagus Camliacensis, and its main town Chambly, located in the southern part of the future county of Beaumont.
The Necrologium Bellimontense records the death IV Id Jan of Gaufredus comes Ivo...
Belmontensis castri comes donated property to la Trinit de Fcamp by charter dated to after 1027, subscribed by Ivonis comitis, [J]osfredi filii eius, Ivonis clerici eius filii sui fratris, Alberici eius filiidonated "castrum Confluentie" to Saint-Wandrigisel by charter dated 1039, signed by "Ivocomes Ivo clericuscomes Goffredus, Albericus, Gelduini vicecomitis Odonis filii supradicti comitis, Gosberti fratris eiusdem Odonis". The identity of Ives [II] Comte de Beaumont as the son of Comte Ives [I] is confirmed by the undated charter under which comes Matheus...laudantibus conjuge mea Aeles et liberis meis [Mathieu [II] Comte de Beaumont] confirmed the exemption from navigation duties to the monks of Saint-Wandrille de Fontenelle granted by Ivo comes cum filio suo simile nomine scilicet clerico et canonico, cui jure hereditario post discessus sui cursum castrum Confluencie tribuendo concessit, cum sua propria conjuge Emma....
However, the mention of Comte Mathieu [I] for the first time in [1090/91] suggests that it might be, assuming that he and his full siblings were born much later than their older half-sister. Orderic Vitalis records that "Matthus comes de Bellomonte et Guillelmus de Guarenna" fought against Robert de Montgommery de Bellme who had attacked neighbouring lands, dated to [1090/91]Duchesne cites no primary source which confirms the parentage of Bouchard [III]s first wife but he highlights that Ivo [III] Comte de Beaumont-sur-Oise founded the priory of Sainte-Honorine at Conflans, near Pontoise and that this property was later held by Bouchard [III] Seigneur de Montmorency . Belmontensis castri comes donated property to la Trinit de Fcamp by charter dated to after 1027, subscribed by Ivonis comitis, [J]osfredi filii eius, Ivonis clerici eius filii sui fratris, Alberici eius filii, Aubry Seigneur de Coucy was the son of Ivo [II] Comte de Beaumont.