I did a search on sgr. de Chanteraine. The search engine returned the following name as part of a pedigree on a Belgium website. I am wondering if this might be our man. There is no specific date next to his name, but seems to follow, if I read the information correctly, his name would fall into the 15th C. I just don't know when. There is also the slight spelling difference, the lack of the 'e' after the 't', though this may be nothing more than a typo. I will have to consult "de la Marche" to see how he spells it.
Henri COLLO de BERTRÉE,sgr à Chantraine,Verlée
This pedigree is for Mathilde d'Udekem d'Acoz the woman who became the wife of crown-prince Philippe, duke of Brabant.
Other than this brief mention, I've not found anything.
They have contact information, I wonder if they can help at least narrow the playing field.
I checked out some links off of the site that Bob H. listed. Unfortunately it didn't yield any lists. Hmmphf!
At least the Order of the Golden Fleece listed it's members. (I know...the membership was a lot more exclusive thus easier to track, though there was either no new knights made or the pages from the history of the Order are missing from 1473-1478 when the Hapsburg's picked it up.)
[This message has been edited by Fire Stryker (edited 04-19-2001).]