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Pancras, as the charter of my uncle [maybe William, see below] and my father Odo which they hold, by undated charter.
The 1186/87 Pipe Roll names "Odo de Dammartin, Comes Albericus de Dammartin" in adjacent entries in Norfolk and Suffolk, and in Surrey Odo de Dammartin..habenda custodia filii et terre Hugonis Pinc (-[1178/79]).
It is not clear from this extract whether Alanus was another brother of Manasss and Aubrey.
The order of the witness names suggests that Manasss was older than his brother Aubrey.
His parentage is confirmed by an undated charter which records that Simon Earl of Northampton and Huntingdon enfeoffed Alberico comite de Danmartin with terram de Wrestlingewerde et de Berchamstede which his father had granted to Odoni de Danmartin fratre suo [see above], maybe dated to before  The Red Book of the Exchequer records "Carta Albrici de Danmartin" in Suffolk in 1166, recording that during the reign of King Henry I he held one knights fee [maybe Norton, Suffolk, although this is not specified], which he now held from King Henry II, and that "tempore Henrici Regis" he had sub-enfeoffed it to Willelmum de Danmartin fratrem meum.The name Manasss, used by the main English Dammartin family, was associated with the earlier comital family in France, but it would be unsafe to draw any firm conclusions about a family relationship based on this single onomastic connection.A further difficulty is introduced by an undated charter, quoted below, which was witnessed by numerous Dammartin individuals., but it is unclear whether this suggestion is based on a specific source.
Another possibility is that Eudes was a knight who took his name from the castle of Dammartin but was either unrelated, or related only distantly, to the comital family.An undated charter records that Simon Earl of Northampton and Huntingdon enfeoffed Odonis de Domnomartino with terram de Bogeton..Wrastingewerd et terram de Bechansted [Buckden (Huntingdonshire), Wrestlingworth (Bedfordshire), Beachamstead (Huntingdonshire)], dated to [1152/53].