Aubigny may refer to several communes in France:

  • Aubigny, Allier
  • Aubigny, Calvados
  • Aubigny, Deux-Sèvres
  • Aubigny, Somme
  • Aubigny, Vendée
  • Aubigny-au-Bac, Nord
  • Aubigny-aux-Kaisnes, Aisne
  • Aubigny-en-Artois, Pas-de-Calais
  • Aubigny-en-Laonnois, Aisne
  • Aubigny-en-Plaine, Côte-d'Or
  • Aubigny-la-Ronce, Côte-d'Or
  • Aubigny-les-Pothées, Ardennes
  • Aubigny-lès-Sombernon, Côte-d'Or
  • Aubigny-sur-Nère, Cher

Other articles related to "aubigny":

Duke Of Aubigny
... The Scottish Dukes of Aubigny (French Ducs d'Aubigny) had their origins in Aubigny-sur-Nère, France, from the 15th century, which was an important honour throughout the Auld Alliance and Ancien Régime ... of this land was originally called Seigneur d'Aubigny and was conferred upon the House of Stewart's cadet branch, Stuart of Darnley ... who in 1684 was created Duchess of Aubigny in the Peerage of France at the request of King Charles II her son, the Duke of Richmond and Lennox, was jointly ennobled with her ...
Stewart Of Darnley - Lordship of Aubigny
... For his services he was rewarded with the lands of Aubigny-sur-Nere and Concressault which were given to the second son in the family so they could live in France to strengthen the Auld ... Important members of this branch were Bernard Stewart, Lord of Aubigny, commander of the Garde Écossaise, commander in the armies of King Charles VIII of France and Louis XII of France during the ... Robert Stewart, Lord of Aubigny, Marshal of France, fought in the Battle of Marignano and Battle of Pavia ...
Hugh D'Aubigny, 5th Earl Of Arundel
... Hugh d'Aubigny, 5th Earl of Arundel (died 7 May 1243) was the last in the Aubigny male line to hold the Arundel Castle ... He was the son of William d'Aubigny, 3rd Earl of Arundel and younger brother of William d'Aubigny, 4th Earl of Arundel ... Arundel was inherited by his nephew John FitzAlan, 6th Earl of Arundel, son of his sister Isabel d'Aubigny ...
Aubigny, Vendée
... Aubigny is a commune in the Vendée department in the Pays de la Loire region in western France ...
Cainhoe Castle
... was a motte and triple bailey castle, built by Nigel d'Aubigny, a Norman Knight, sometime after the Norman Invasion (1066) ... It was not mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 "Cainou Nigel d'Aubigny Thurstan from Avelina, Ralph Tailbois' wife ... Mill." The d'Aubigny family, known for being deeply involved in the crusades, used the castle as the seat of the Barony of Cainhoe ...