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Robert II de Sablé[a] (died 1165)[1] was the son of Lisiard of Sable and Thiphaine of Briole.[1]

Robert III of Sablé
Lord of Sablé-sur-Marthe
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Lord of Sablé-sur-Marthe
PredecessorLisiard of Sablé
SuccessorRobert IV of Sablé
Born1122 or 1123
Sablé, Kingdom of France
Died1151 or 1152
SpouseHersende of Antenaise
  • Robert IV of Sablé
  • Marguerite of Sablé
HouseThird House of Sablé
FatherLisiard of Sablé
MotherThiphaine Chevrière of Briolé
ReligionRoman Catholic

Robert and his father Lisiard, Lord of Sablé, both fought against the Counts of Anjou, Fulk V and Geoffrey Plantagenet.[1] This conflict lasted until 1145, when he was defeated in battle and would remain a loyal subject of the Counts of Anjou.[1]

Marriage and familyEdit

Robert married Hersende of Anthenaise[1] with whom he had:


  1. ^ Scott Jessee numbers the son of Lisiard of Sable as Robert III de Sablé[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g Jessee 2015, p. 48.


  • Jessee, Scott (2015). "Crusaders and Templars: Robert the Burgundian Lord of Craon and Sablé and his Descendants, 1095-1192". Medieval Prosopography. Vol. 30.