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Marie Jeanne (Jeanne) Comtesse de Ponthieu

Spanish: Marie Jeanne de Ponthieu
Also Known As: "Jeanne", "de Alencon"
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Birthplace: Aumale, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, France
Death: September 21, 1250 (54)
Abbeville, Somme, Picardie, France
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Guillaume II Talvas, comte de Ponthieu and Alix de France, Comtesse de Vexin
Wife of Simon II de Dammartin, Comte d'Aumale and Mathieu de Montmorency, comte de Ponthieu
Mother of Agathe de Dammartin, Dame de Ponthieu; Marie de Dammartin; Philippa de Dammartin; Juana de Danmartín, reina consorte de Castilla and Renier de Dammartin
Sister of Isabelle De Ponthieu, Abbesse d'Épagne and Jean Ii de Ponthieu, (mort jeune)

Occupation: Countess of Ponthieu and Countess of Montreuil, Мари Понтийо, графиня Монтрьой, Dame, Comtesse, de Ponthieu, de Montreuil, Countess of Ponthieu and Montreuil 1221 - 1251, Countess of Ponthieu; Countess of Montrevil, Countess
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About Marie de Ponthieu, Comtesse de Ponthieu

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Marie de Ponthieu (av.1199 † 1250), fut comtesse de Ponthieu de 1221 à 1250. Elle était fille de Guillaume II, comte de Ponthieu, et d'Adèle de France.

Probablement sous l'influence de Philippe II Auguste, elle épousa en septembre 1208 Simon de Dammartin (1180 † 1239), déjà comte d'Aumale. Vers 1211, Simon de Dammartin et son frère Renaud trahirent Philippe Auguste et s'allièrent à Jean sans Terre, roi d'Angleterre. Ils combattirent tous deux à Bouvines, Renaud fut fait prisonnier et Simon s'enfuit et s'exila. Le roi de France s'empara des biens de Simon, ainsi que du Ponthieu lorsque Marie en hérita. Ce n'est qu'en 1220 que Simon fit sa soumission et que les époux purent récupérer leurs domaines[1]. Les deux époux sont cités le 2 mai 1230 lorsqu'il confirment la donation d'une propriété à l'abbaye Notre Dame d'Ourscamp. De ce premier mariage naquirent :

  1. Jeanne (v. 1220 † 1279), comtesse de Ponthieu et d'Aumale ;
  2. Philippe († 1278/81), mariée à Raoul de Lusignan († 1246), comte d'Eu, puis à Raoul († 1250), sire de Coucy, et à Otton II († 1271), comte de Gueldre ;
  3. Marie, mariée à Jean II de Pierrepont († 1251), comte de Roucy ;
  4. Agathe, mariée à Aymery II, vicomte de Châtellerault.

Veuve, Marie se remarie vers 1240 avec Mathieu de Montmorency († 1250 Mansourah), seigneur d'Atichy, fils de Mathieu II, baron de Montmorency, et de Gertrude de Soissons.

Elle meurt en septembre 1250.


Marie was the daughter of William IV of Ponthieu and Alys, Countess of the Vexin, and granddaughter of King Louis VII of France by his second wife Constance of Castile. As her father's only surviving child, Marie succeeded him, ruling as Countess of Ponthieu and Montreuil from 1221 to 1251.

[edit]Marriages and children

She married Simon de Dammartin before September 1208. He was the son of Alberic II de Dammartin and Maud de Clermont, daughter of Renaud de Clermont, Count de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis and Clemence de Bar.[2] Simon and Marie had four daughters but only two are recorded. The eldest was Joan of Dammartin (1220- 16 March 1279), second wife of Ferdinand III of Castile. Through her granddaughter Eleanor of Castile she is an ancestor of the British royal family. The other daughter was Philippa of Dammartin (died 1277/81) who married firstly Raoul II d' Issoudun, secondly Raoul II de Coucy, and thirdly Otto II, Count Geldern.

Marie married secondly sometime between September 1240 and 15 December 1241, Mathieu de Montmorency, Seigneur d'Attichy, who was killed in battle at Mansurrah on 8 February 1250 during the Seventh Crusade, led by King Louis IX of France.[


Marie of Ponthieu (17 April 1199[1]-1251) was the Countess of Ponthieu and Countess of Montreuil, ruling from 1221 to 1251.

[edit] Biography

Marie was the daughter of William IV of Ponthieu and Alys, Countess of the Vexin, and granddaughter of King Louis VII of France by his second wife Constance of Castile. As her father's only surviving child, Marie succeeded him, ruling as Countess of Ponthieu and Montreuil from 1221 to 1251.

[edit] Marriages and children

She married Simon de Dammartin before September 1208. He was the son of Alberic II de Dammartin and Maud de Clermont, daughter of Renaud de Clermont, Count de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis and Clemence de Bar.[2] Simon and Marie had four daughters but only two are recorded. The eldest was Jeanne of Dammartin (1220- 16 March 1279), second wife of Ferdinand III of Castile. Through her granddaughter Eleanor of Castile she is an ancestor of the British royal family. The other daughter was Philippa of Dammartin (died 1277/81) who married firstly Raoul II d' Issoudun, secondly Raoul II de Coucy, and thirdly Otto II, Count Geldern.

Marie married secondly sometime between September 1240 and 15 December 1241, Mathieu de Montmorency, Seigneur d'Attichy, who was killed in battle at Mansurrah on 8 February 1250 during the Seventh Crusade, led by King Louis VII of France.[3]

[edit] References

^ The Complete Peerage

^ Comtes de Clermont de Clermont

^ Charles Cawley,Medieval Lands, Comtes of Ponthieu

The Complete Peerage

Preceded by

William IV Count of Ponthieu

1221–1251 Succeeded by

Jeanne

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Marie of Ponthieu (17 April 1199-1251) was the Countess of Ponthieu and Countess of Montreuil, ruling from 1221 to 1251.

Marie was the daughter of William IV of Ponthieu and Alys, Countess of the Vexin, and granddaughter of King Louis VII of France. As her father's only surviving child, Marie succeeded him as Countess of Ponthieu and Montreuil, ruling from 1221 to 1251.

She married Simon de Dammartin before September 1208. He was the son of Alberic II de Dammartin and Maud de Ponthieu. Simon and Marie had four daughters but only two are recorded. The eldest was Jeanne of Dammartin (1216- 16 March 1279), second wife of Ferdinand III of Castile. Through her granddaughter Eleanor of Castile she is an ancestor of the British royal family. The other daughter was Philippa of Dammartin (died 1277/81) who married firstly Raoul II d' Issoudun, secondly Raoul II de Coucy, and thirdly Otto II, Count Geldern.


Marie of Ponthieu (17 April 1199-1251) was the Countess of Ponthieu and Countess of Montreuil, ruling from 1221 to 1251.

Marie was the daughter of William IV of Ponthieu and Alys, Countess of the Vexin, and granddaughter of King Louis VII of France. As her father's only surviving child, Marie succeeded him as Countess of Ponthieu and Montreuil, ruling from 1221 to 1251.

She married Simon de Dammartin before September 1208. He was the son of Alberic II de Dammartin and Maud de Ponthieu. Simon and Marie had four daughters but only two are recorded. The eldest was Jeanne of Dammartin (1216- 16 March 1279), second wife of Ferdinand III of Castile. Through her granddaughter Eleanor of Castile she is an ancestor of the British royal family. The other daughter was Philippa of Dammartin (died 1277/81) who married firstly Raoul II d' Issoudun, secondly Raoul II de Coucy, and thirdly Otto II, Count Geldern.


Marie of Ponthieu (17 April 1199 – 1251) was the Countess of Ponthieu and Countess of Montreuil, ruling from 1221 to 1251. Marie was the daughter of William IV of Ponthieu and Alys, Countess of the Vexin, and granddaughter of King Louis VII of France by his second wife Constance of Castile. As her father's only surviving child, Marie succeeded him, ruling as Countess of Ponthieu and Montreuil from 1221 to 1251. Marriages and children: She married Simon of Dammartin before September 1208. He was the son of Alberic II of Dammartin and Maud de Clermont, daughter of Renaud de Clermont, Count de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis and Clemence de Bar.[2] Simon and Marie had four daughters but only two are recorded. The eldest was Joan of Dammartin (1220- 16 March 1279), second wife of Ferdinand III of Castile. The other daughter was Philippa of Dammartin (died 1277/81) who married firstly Raoul II d' Issoudun, secondly Raoul II de Coucy, and thirdly Otto II, Count Geldern. Marie married secondly sometime between September 1240 and 15 December 1241, Mathieu de Montmorency, Seigneur d'Attichy, who was killed in battle at Mansurrah on 8 February 1250 during the Seventh Crusade, led by King Louis IX of France.
Marie of Ponthieu Marie of Ponthieu (17 April 1199-1251) was the Countess of Ponthieu and Countess of Montreuil, ruling from 1221 to 1251.

Biography Marie was the daughter of William IV of Ponthieu and Alys, Countess of the Vexin, and granddaughter of King Louis VII of France by his second wife Constance of Castile. As her father's only surviving child, Marie succeeded him, ruling as Countess of Ponthieu and Montreuil from 1221 to 1251.


Marriages and children She married Simon de Dammartin before September 1208. He was the son of Alberic II de Dammartin and Maud de Clermont, daughter of Renaud de Clermont, Count de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis and Clemence de Bar. Simon and Marie had four daughters but only two are recorded. 1-Jeanne of Dammartin (1220- 16 March1279), second wife of Ferdinand III of Castile. Through her granddaughter Eleanor of Castile she is an ancestor of the British royal family. 2-Philippa of Dammartin (died 1277/81) who married firstly Raoul II d' Issoudun, secondly Raoul II de Coucy, and thirdly Otto II, Count Geldern.


Marie married secondly sometime between September 1240 and 15 December 1241, Mathieu de Montmorency, Seigneur d'Attichy, who was killed in battle at Mansurrah on 8 February 1250 during the Seventh Crusade, led by King Louis IX of France.

References

^ The Complete Peerage ^ Comtes de Clermont de Clermont ^ Charles Cawley,Medieval Lands, Comtes of Ponthieu


The Complete Peerage


Preceded by William IV Count of Ponthieu 1221–1251 Succeeded by Jeanne

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Marie was the daughter of William IV of Ponthieu and Alys, Countess of the Vexin, and granddaughter of King Louis VII of France by his second wife Constance of Castile. As her father's only surviving child, Marie succeeded him, ruling as Countess of Ponthieu and Montreuil from 1221 to 1250.

She married Simon of Dammartin before September 1208. He was the son of Alberic II of Dammartin and Maud de Clermont, daughter of Renaud de Clermont, Count de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis and Clemence de Bar.[2] Simon and Marie had four daughters but only two are recorded. The eldest was Joan of Dammartin (1220- 16 March 1279), second wife of Ferdinand III of Castile. The other daughter was Philippa of Dammartin (died 1277/81) who married firstly Raoul II d' Issoudun, secondly Raoul II de Coucy, and thirdly Otto II, Count Geldern. Marie married secondly sometime between September 1240 and 15 December 1241, Mathieu de Montmorency, Seigneur d'Attichy, who was killed in battle at Mansurrah on 8 February 1250 during the Seventh Crusade, led by King Louis IX of France.

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Marie de Ponthieu, Comtesse de Ponthieu's Timeline

1196
April 17, 1196
Aumale, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, France
1210
1210
Abbéville, Essonne, Ile-de-France, France
1214
1214
Aumale, Seine-Maritime, France
1214
Abbéville, Essonne, Ile-de-France, France
1220
1220
1225
1225
Dammartin-en-Goele, Seine-et-Marne, France
1250
September 21, 1250
Age 54
Abbeville, Somme, Picardie, France
1250
Age 53