Milo I of Montlhéry
Milo and Lithuise had at least nine children:
- Guy III Trousseau, lord of Montlhéry
- Milo II (died 1118), lord of Montlhéry and Bray-sur-Seine, viscount of Troyes
- Elizabeth (Isabella) of Montlhéry, married Thibaut of Dampierre. Their son was Guy I of Dampierre.
- Emmeline of Montlhéry (died 1121), married Hugh II Bardoul, lord of Broyes
- Renaud of Montlhéry, Bishop of Troyes (1121–1122)
- Marguerite, married Manasses, Viscount of Sens.
Milo joined the Lombard contingent during the second wave of the First Crusade around 1100 together with his brother Guy II. He returned from the crusade "broken by the stress" and "devoid of all bodily strength".
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