Robert de Dreux, comte de Braine (c.1185 - 1234) MP

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Nicknames: "Gasteblé", "Gastebled"
Birthplace: Dreux, Eure-Et-Loire, France
Death: Died in Braine, Aisne, Picardie, France
Occupation: Conde de Dreux e Braine, Chevalier, Comte, de Dreux, de Braîne, Sieur, de Brie-Comte-Robert, de Saint-Valéry, de Garnaches, Count of Dreux and Braine, comte de Dreux, Monfort, seigneur de Saint-Valery
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Robert III of Dreux (1185-1234), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the son of Robert II, Count of Dreux, and Yolanda de Coucy. He was given the byname Gasteblé (lit. wheat-spoiler) when he destroyed a field of wheat while hunting in his youth.

Along with his brother Peter, Duke of Brittany he fought with future Louis VIII of France in 1212 at Nantes and was captured there during a sortie. Exchanged after the Battle of Bouvines for William Longsword, Earl of Salisbury, he fought in the Albigensian Crusade, besieging Avignon in 1226. He was a supporter of Blanche of Castile during her regency after the death of Louis VIII in 1226.

In 1210 he married Aénor of Saint-Valéry (1192-1250) and they had several children, including Yolande of Dreux (1212-1248), who married Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy, John I (1215-1249), later Count of Dreux, Robert (1217-1264), Viscount of Châteaudun, and Peter (1220-1250), a cleric.

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Robert III of Dreux (1185-1234), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the son of Robert II, Count of Dreux, and Yolanda de Coucy.[1] He was given the byname Gasteblé (lit. wheat-spoiler) when he destroyed a field of wheat while hunting in his youth.

Along with his brother Peter, Duke of Brittany he fought with future Louis VIII of France in 1212 at Nantes and was captured there during a sortie.[2] Exchanged after the Battle of Bouvines for William Longsword, Earl of Salisbury, he fought in the Albigensian Crusade, besieging Avignon in 1226. He was a supporter of Blanche of Castile during her regency after the death of Louis VIII in 1226.

In 1210 he married Annora of Saint-Valéry (1192-1250)[3] and they had several children:

   * Yolande of Dreux (1212-1248), who married Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy
   * John I (1215-1249), later Count of Dreux.
   * Robert (1217-1264), Viscount of Châteaudun.
   * Peter (1220-1250), a cleric.

[edit] Notes

  1. ^ Evergates, Theodore, The aristocracy in the county of Champagne, 1100-1300, (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007), 229.
  2. ^ Painter, Sidney, William Marshal, Knight-Errant, Baron, and Regent of England, (University of Toronto Press, 1982), 254.
  3. ^ Nicolas, Sir Harris, and William Courthope, The historic peerage of England, (John Murray, 1857), 416.

[edit] References

   * Evergates, Theodore, The aristocracy in the county of Champagne, 1100-1300, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007.
   * Nicolas, Sir Harris, and William Courthope, The historic peerage of England, John Murray, 1857.
   * Painter, Sidney, William Marshal, Knight-Errant, Baron, and Regent of England, University of Toronto Press, 1982.

Preceded by

Robert II Count of Dreux

1218–1234 Succeeded by

John I

[edit] Ancestry



















16. Philip I of France








8. Louis VI of France












17. Bertha of Holland








4. Robert I of Dreux















18. Humbert II, Count of Savoy








9. Adelaide of Maurienne












19. Gisela of Burgundy








2. Robert II of Dreux


















20. Andre de Baudément








10. Guy de Baudement












21. Agnes








5. Agnes de Baudemont, Countess of Braine















11. Alix, Dame de Braine












1. Robert III of Dreux





















24. Thomas de Coucy, Count of Amiens








12. Enguerrand II, Seigneur de Coucy












25. Mélisende de Crècy








6. Raoul I, Seigneur de Coucy















26. Raoul I, Seigneur de Baugency








13. Agnes de Baugency












27. Matilda of Vermandois








3. Yolanda de Coucy


















28. Baldwin III, Count of Hainaut








14. Baldwin IV, Count of Hainaut












29. Yolande de Wassenberg








7. Agnes of Hainaut















30. Godfrey I, Margrave of Namur








15. Alice of Namur












31. Ermesinda of Luxembourg







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Robert III of Dreux (1185-1234), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the son of Robert II, Count of Dreux, and Yolanda de Coucy.[1] He was given the byname Gasteblé (lit. wheat-spoiler) when he destroyed a field of wheat while hunting in his youth.

Along with his brother Peter, Duke of Brittany he fought with future Louis VIII of France in 1212 at Nantes and was captured there during a sortie.[2] Exchanged after the Battle of Bouvines for William Longsword, Earl of Salisbury, he fought in the Albigensian Crusade, besieging Avignon in 1226. He was a supporter of Blanche of Castile during her regency after the death of Louis VIII in 1226.

In 1210 he married Annora of Saint-Valéry (1192-1250)[3] and they had several children:

Yolande of Dreux (1212-1248), who married Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy

John I (1215-1249), later Count of Dreux.

Robert (1217-1264), Viscount of Châteaudun.

Peter (1220-1250), a cleric.

[edit] Notes

1.^ Evergates, Theodore, The aristocracy in the county of Champagne, 1100-1300, (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007), 229.

2.^ Painter, Sidney, William Marshal, Knight-Errant, Baron, and Regent of England, (University of Toronto Press, 1982), 254.

3.^ Nicolas, Sir Harris, and William Courthope, The historic peerage of England, (John Murray, 1857), 416.

[edit] References

Evergates, Theodore, The aristocracy in the county of Champagne, 1100-1300, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007.

Nicolas, Sir Harris, and William Courthope, The historic peerage of England, John Murray, 1857.

Painter, Sidney, William Marshal, Knight-Errant, Baron, and Regent of England, University of Toronto Press, 1982.

Preceded by

Robert II Count of Dreux

1218–1234 Succeeded by

John I

[edit] Ancestry

                                 

 16. Philip I of France 
 
         

 8. Louis VI of France   
 
               

 17. Bertha of Holland 
 
         

 4. Robert I of Dreux   
 
                     

 18. Humbert II, Count of Savoy 
 
         

 9. Adelaide of Maurienne   
 
               

 19. Gisela of Burgundy 
 
         

 2. Robert II of Dreux   
 
                           

 20. Andre de Baudément 
 
         

 10. Guy de Baudement   
 
               

 21. Agnes 
 
         

 5. Agnes de Baudemont, Countess of Braine   
 
                     





 11. Alix, Dame de Braine   
 
               





 1. Robert III of Dreux   
 
                                 

 24. Thomas de Coucy, Count of Amiens 
 
         

 12. Enguerrand II, Seigneur de Coucy   
 
               

 25. Mélisende de Crècy 
 
         

 6. Raoul I, Seigneur de Coucy   
 
                     

 26. Raoul I, Seigneur de Baugency 
 
         

 13. Agnes de Baugency   
 
               

 27. Matilda of Vermandois 
 
         

 3. Yolanda de Coucy   
 
                           

 28. Baldwin III, Count of Hainaut 
 
         

 14. Baldwin IV, Count of Hainaut   
 
               

 29. Yolande de Wassenberg 
 
         

 7. Agnes of Hainaut   
 
                     

 30. Godfrey I, Margrave of Namur 
 
         

 15. Alice of Namur   
 
               

 31. Ermesinda of Luxembourg 
 
         

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Robert III of Dreux (1185-1234), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the son of Robert II, Count of Dreux, and Yolanda de Coucy. He was given the byname Gasteblé (lit. wheat-spoiler) when he destroyed a field of wheat while hunting in his youth.

Along with his brother Peter, Duke of Brittany he fought with future Louis VIII of France in 1212 at Nantes and was captured there during a sortie. Exchanged after the Battle of Bouvines for William Longsword, Earl of Salisbury, he fought in the Albigensian Crusade, besieging Avignon in 1226. He was a supporter of Blanche of Castile during her regency after the death of Louis VIII in 1226.

In 1210 he married Aénor of Saint-Valéry (1192-1250) and they had several children, including Yolande of Dreux (1212-1248), who married Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy, John I (1215-1249), later Count of Dreux, Robert (1217-1264), Viscount of Châteaudun, and Peter (1220-1250), a cleric.

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Robert III of Dreux

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Robert III of Dreux (1185-1234), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the son of Robert II, Count of Dreux, and Yolanda de Coucy. He was given the byname Gasteblé (lit. wheat-spoiler) when he destroyed a field of wheat while hunting in his youth.

Along with his brother Peter, Duke of Brittany he fought with future Louis VIII of France in 1212 at Nantes and was captured there during a sortie. Exchanged after the Battle of Bouvines for William Longsword, Earl of Salisbury, he fought in the Albigensian Crusade, besieging Avignon in 1226. He was a supporter of Blanche of Castile during her regency after the death of Louis VIII in 1226.

In 1210 he married Aénor of Saint-Valéry (1192-1250) and they had several children, including Yolande of Dreux (1212-1248), who married Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy, John I (1215-1249), later Count of Dreux, Robert (1217-1264), Viscount of Châteaudun, and Peter (1220-1250), a cleric.

-------------------- Robert III of Dreux (1185-1234), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the son of Robert II, Count of Dreux, and Yolanda de Coucy. He was given the byname Gasteblé (lit. wheat-spoiler) when he destroyed a field of wheat while hunting in his youth.

Along with his brother Peter, Duke of Brittany he fought with future Louis VIII of France in 1212 at Nantes and was captured there during a sortie. Exchanged after the Battle of Bouvines for William Longsword, Earl of Salisbury, he fought in the Albigensian Crusade, besieging Avignon in 1226. He was a supporter of Blanche of Castile during her regency after the death of Louis VIII in 1226.

In 1210 he married Aénor of Saint-Valéry (1192-1250) and they had several children, including Yolande of Dreux (1212-1248), who married Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy, John I (1215-1249), later Count of Dreux, Robert (1217-1264), Viscount of Châteaudun, and Peter (1220-1250), a cleric.

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Robert III, comte de Dreux's Timeline

1185
1185
Dreux, Eure-Et-Loire, France
1210
November, 1210
Age 25
West Franks
1212
December 19, 1212
Age 27
Dreux, Eure-Et-Loire, Beauce Centre, France
1215
1215
Age 30
Dreux, France
1217
1217
Age 32
Dreux, France
1220
1220
Age 35
Dreux, France
1234
March 3, 1234
Age 49
Braine, Aisne, Picardie, France
1992
May 5, 1992
Age 49
May 5, 1992
Age 49
May 9, 1992
Age 49