Name: Eustace De Baliol
Death: ABT 1211
Residence: Barnard Castle, co Durham
Change Date: 6 JAN 2009
Not Ingelram?s son?:
Eustace de Balliol or Eustace de Helicourt (died c. 1209) was the cousin and successor of Bernard II de Balliol, lord of Balliol and Barnard Castle. He was the lord of Helicourt in Picardy, an estate near the chief seat of the main Balliol line at Bailleul-en-Vimeu; after his cousin died childless, in 1190 Eustace de Helicourt took over those estates and remarried.
He had four known sons, all of whom appeared in the Durham Liber Vitae: Hugh, Enguerrand (Ingram or Ingelram), Bernard, and Henry; his eldest son Hugh succeeded him, while his younger sons Enguerrand and Henry gained the patronage of the Scottish kings and founded Scottish cadet branches based at Inverkeilor (Enguerrand) and at Cavers (Henry). Eustace's son Hugh had succeeded him by around 1209.
(Source: Stell, G. P., "Balliol, Bernard de (d. c.1190)", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004)
Father: Bernard De Baliol
Mother: Agnes De Picouigny
- Hugh De Baliol
- Henry De Baliol