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Robert de Dreux, comte de Dreux

Also Known As: "The /Great/", "o Grande", "le Grand"
Birthdate:
Death: October 10, 1188 (64)
Braine, Picardy, France
Place of Burial: Braine, Picardy, France
Immediate Family:

Son of Louis VI the Fat, king of France and Adelaide of Maurienne
Husband of Agnès Countess de Dreux, comtesse de Rochefort; Hawise de Salisbury and Agnès de Baudément
Father of Simon, Seigneur de La Noue; Adelheid Countess de Coucy; Alix de Dreux; Robert II, count of Dreux and Braine; Alice (Adèle ou Asélaïde) de Dreux and 8 others
Brother of Philippe de France, roi associé de France; Louis VII le Jeune, roi de France; Henri de France, archevêque de Reims; Hugues de France, of France; Pierre, de France, Seigneur de Courtenay and 2 others
Half brother of Alix de Montmorency and Isabelle de France, dame de Liancourt-Saint-Pierre

Occupation: Comte de Dreux et de Braine, Comte, de Dreux, du Perche, Sieur, de Braîne, de Torcy, de Brie-Comte-Robert, de Rochefort, Croisé, Greve i Dreux, Stamfader för ätter Dreux, Count/Prince
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About Robert I, Comte de Dreux

Robert Ier de Dreux

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Robert Ier de Dreux, dit le Grand, naquit vers 1125 et mourut le 11 octobre 1188, comte de Dreux, cinquième fils de Louis VI le Gros, roi de France et d'Adèle de Savoie.

En 1152, il reçut, en apanage, de son père, le comté de Dreux, dont il garda le titre jusqu'en 1184 quand il le cèda à son fils Robert II.

Par son mariage, en 1145, avec Harvise d'Évreux, il devint comte du Perche. À l'occasion de ses noces, en 1152, avec Agnès de Braine, dont il adopta les armes, il reçut le comté de Braine et les seigneuries de Fère-en-Tardenois, d'Arcy, de Nesles, de Longueville, de Quincy-sous-le-Mont, de Savigny-sur-Ardres et de Baudement.

Avec son frère le roi Louis VII, Robert Ier participa à la deuxième croisade en 1147 et à l'échec du siège de Damas en 1148. Avant la fin de la croisade, il revint en France, et fomenta une conspiration contre son frère Louis VII, en espérant lui prendre le pouvoir. Mais, son action fut contrecarrée avec succès par l'abbé Suger de Saint-Denis qui assurait la régence du royaume en l'absence du roi.

Au cours de la guerre civile anglaise (1135-1154), il combattit contre les Anglais et participa en 1154 au siège de Sées en Normandie;

Il mourut en 1188, et sera inhumé en l'Église abbatiale Saint-Yved de Braine. Ce prince accorda en 1180 une charte communale à la ville de Dreux, déjà depuis longtemps érigée en commune, et fonda la ville de Brie-Comte-Robert, ainsi appelée de son nom.

Marié en premières noces vers 1140 avec Agnès (1122 † 1143), fille d'Anseau de Garlande, comte de Rochefort, d'où :

1) Simon (1141-av.1182), seigneur de La Noue.

Marié en secondes noces vers 1144 avec Harvise (1118 † 1152) fille de Gautier d'Evreux, comte de Salisbury, d'où :

1) Adèle ou Alix (1145, morte après 1210), mariée après 1156 avec Valéran III, comte de Breteuil, puis en secondes noces en 1161 avec Guy II, seigneur de Châtillon, en troisièmes noces avec Jean Ier de Thorotte, mort en 1176 et en dernières noces avant 1183 avec Raoul Ier de Nesle, comte de Soissons, mort en 1235

Marié en troisièmes noces en 1152 avec Agnès, comtesse de Braine (1130 -† 1202/18) et fille de Guy de Baudemont, comte de Braine, d'où :

1) Robert II (1154 † 1218), comte de Dreux et de Braine

2) Henri (1155 † 1199), évêque d'Orléans

3) Alix (1156 -† ap. 1217), mariée en 1174 à Raoul Ier (v. 1134 - † 1191), seigneur de Coucy

4) Philippe (1158 † 1217), évêque de Beauvais, puis archevêque de Reims

5) Isabeau (1160 † 1239), mariée en 1178 à Hugues III de Broyes († 1199), seigneur de Broyes et de Châteauvillain

6) Pierre (1161 † 1186), seigneur de Bouconville-Vauclair en partie

7) Guillaume (1163 † ap.1189), seigneur de Braye-en-Laonnois, de Torcy-en-Valois et de Chilly

8) Jean (1164 † ap.1189)

9) Mamilie (1166 † 1200), religieuse à l'abbaye du Charme, au nord de Château-Thierry

10) Marguerite (1167 † ), religieuse à l'abbaye du Charme


Robert I of Dreux, (Robert I Capet) nicknamed the Great (c. 1123 – October 11, 1188), was the fifth son of Louis VI of France and Adélaide de Maurienne.[1] Through his mother he was related to the Carolingians and to the Marquess William V of Montferrat.

In 1137 he received the County of Dreux as an appanage from his father. He held this title until 1184 when he granted it to his son Robert II.

In 1139 he married Agnes de Garlande.[2] In 1145, he married Hawise of Salisbury.[3] By his third marriage to Agnes de Baudemont in 1152, he received the County of Braine-sur-Vesle, and the lordships of Fère-en-Tardenois, Pontarcy, Nesle, Longueville, Quincy-en-Tardenois, Savigny, and Baudemont.[4]

Robert I participated in the Second Crusade and was at the Siege of Damascus in 1148. In 1158 he fought against the English and participated in the Siege of Séez in 1154.

Contents

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   * 1 Marriages and children
   * 2 Ancestors
   * 3 Notes
   * 4 References

[edit] Marriages and children

1.Agnes de Garlande (1122–1143), daughter of Anseau de Garlande, count of Rochefort.[5]

   * Simon (1141 – bef. 1182), lord of La Noue

2.Hawise of Salisbury (1118–1152), daughter of Walter Fitz Edward of Salisbury, Sheriff of Wiltshire

   * Adèle (1145 – aft. 1210), married firstly Valéran III, count of Breteuil, secondly Guy II, lord of Châtillon-sur-Marne, thirdly Jean I de Thorotte, fourthly Raoul III de Nesle, count of Soissons.[6]
   * Alice or Adelheid (1144–?)

3.Agnes de Baudemont, Countess of Braine (1130 – c. 1202).[7]

   * Robert II (1154–1218), count of Dreux and Braine.[8]
   * Henry (1155–1199), bishop of Orléans
   * Alix (1156 – aft. 1217), married Raoul I, lord of Coucy
   * Philippe (1158–1217), bishop of Beauvais.[9]
   * Isabella (1160–1239), married Hugh III of Broyes
   * Peter (1161–1186)
   * William (1163 – aft. 1189), lord of Braye, Torcy, and Chilly
   * John (1164 – aft. 1189)
   * Mamilie (1166–1200)
   * Margaret (1167–?), nun

The Sicilian chancellor Stephen du Perche may also have been a son (legitimate or not) of his.

[edit] Ancestors

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16. Robert II of France








8. Henry I of France












17. Constance of Arles








4. Philip I of France















18. Yaroslav I of Kiev








9. Anne of Kiev












19. Ingegerd Olofsdotter








2. Louis VI of France


















20. Dirk III, Count of Holland








10. Floris I, Count of Holland












21. Othelendis of Saxony








5. Bertha of Holland















22. Bernard II, Duke of Saxony








11. Gertrude of Saxony












23. Eilika of Schweinfurt








1. Robert I of Dreux





















24. Otto, Count of Savoy








12. Amadeus II of Savoy












25. Adelaide of Susa








6. Humbert II of Savoy















26. Gerald, Count of Geneva








13. Joan of Geneva












27. Gisela of Geneva








3. Adelaide of Maurienne


















28. Reginald I, Count of Burgundy








14. William I, Count of Burgundy












29. Adelaide of Normandy








7. Gisela of Burgundy















15. Etiennete











[edit] Notes

  1. ^ Medieval France: an encyclopedia, Ed. William W. Kibler, (Routledge, 1995), 305.
  2. ^ Michel, Edmond, Histoire de la ville de Brie-Comte-Robert, Vol.1, (Dujarric & Cie, 1902), 69.
  3. ^ Power, Daniel, The Norman frontier in the twelfth and early thirteenth centuries, (Cambridge University Press, 2004), 239.
  4. ^ Power, 214.
  5. ^ Michel, Vol.1, 69
  6. ^ Power, 239.
  7. ^ Power, 214.
  8. ^ Gislebertus of Mons, Chronicle of Hainaut, Trans. Laura Napran, (Boydell Press, 2005), 110.
  9. ^ Gislebertus of Mons, 110

[edit] References

   * Gislebertus of Mons, Chronicle of Hainaut, Trans. Laura Napran, Boydell Press, 2005.
   * Medieval France: an encyclopedia, Ed. William W. Kibler, Routledge, 1995.
   * Michel, Edmond, Histoire de la ville de Brie-Comte-Robert, Vol.1, Dujarric & Cie, 1902.
   * Power, Daniel, The Norman frontier in the twelfth and early thirteenth centuries, Cambridge University Press, 2004.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_I_of_Dreux


Nota: NOTE:Hij verwerft van zijn vader kort voor diens dood in 1137 een apanage, nl. het kleine graafschap Dreux (dat hij als 1e graaf door achtereenvolgens drie rijke weduwen te huwen vergroot); neemt samen met zijn broer koning Lodewijk VII het kruis Vezelay op 31 mrt 1147 en vertrekt in juni vanaf Metz via de landroute naar het Heilige Land; weigert in Constantinopel als prins van den bloede zich tot leenman te verklaren van de Byzantijnse keizer Manuel Komnenos voor de in Palestina te heroveren gebieden; arriveert in Antiochië maart 1148, maar keert na het mislukte beleg van Damascus, wat tot onenigheid met zijn broer leidt, eigenmachtig

naar Frankrijk terug (1149); probeert dan met andere ontevredenen het regentschap over het koninkrijk aan abt Suger van Saint-Denis te ontrukken (wat hem echter niet gelukt), maar werkt na deze mislukte staatsgreep in later jaren trouw met de koning samen; sticht de naar hem genoemde stad Brie-Comte-Robert (ca. 1155) en geeft Dreux stadsrecht (1159); ondersteunt zijn broer die in de Languedoc tegen de Engelsen strijdt door een nevenaanval op Vexin-normand (d.w.z. de streek om Gisors) te doen; draagt het bewind over zijn gebied over aan zijn gelijknamige zoon (1184); sticht bij het Louvre een kerk, gewijd aan St.-Thomas (a Becket) van Canterbury met bijbehorende college voor de armere leerlingen van de kathedraalschool van Parijs (1188); graaf van Perche en van Braine.

Robert I is de stamvader van het huis Dreux (graven van Dreux 1132-1345/55; heren van Morainville enz), uitgestorven 02-1590. Hij is ook de stamvader van het huis Bretagne (hertogen van Bretagne sinds 1213), uitgestorven 09-09-1488.

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Robert I of Dreux, (Robert I Capet) nicknamed the Great (c. 1123 – October 11, 1188), was the fifth son of Louis VI of France and Adélaide de Maurienne.[1] Through his mother he was related to the Carolingians and to the Marquess William V of Montferrat.

In 1137 he received the County of Dreux as an appanage from his father. He held this title until 1184 when he granted it to his son Robert II.

In 1139 he married Agnes de Garlande.[2] In 1145, he married Hawise of Salisbury.[3] By his third marriage to Agnes de Baudemont in 1152, he received the County of Braine-sur-Vesle, and the lordships of Fère-en-Tardenois, Pontarcy, Nesle, Longueville, Quincy-en-Tardenois, Savigny, and Baudemont.[4]

Robert I participated in the Second Crusade and was at the Siege of Damascus in 1148. In 1158 he fought against the English and participated in the Siege of Séez in 1154.

Contents [hide]

1 Marriages and children

2 Ancestors

3 Notes

4 References


[edit] Marriages and children

1.Agnes de Garlande (1122–1143), daughter of Anseau de Garlande, count of Rochefort.[5]

Simon (1141 – bef. 1182), lord of La Noue

2.Hawise of Salisbury (1118–1152), daughter of Walter Fitz Edward of Salisbury, Sheriff of Wiltshire

Adèle (1145 – aft. 1210), married firstly Valéran III, count of Breteuil, secondly Guy II, lord of Châtillon-sur-Marne, thirdly Jean I de Thorotte, fourthly Raoul III de Nesle, count of Soissons.[6]

Alice or Adelheid (1144–?)

3.Agnes de Baudemont, Countess of Braine (1130 – c. 1202).[7]

Robert II (1154–1218), count of Dreux and Braine.[8]

Henry (1155–1199), bishop of Orléans

Alix (1156 – aft. 1217), married Raoul I, lord of Coucy

Philippe (1158–1217), bishop of Beauvais.[9]

Isabella (1160–1239), married Hugh III of Broyes

Peter (1161–1186)

William (1163 – aft. 1189), lord of Braye, Torcy, and Chilly

John (1164 – aft. 1189)

Mamilie (1166–1200)

Margaret (1167–?), nun

The Sicilian chancellor Stephen du Perche may also have been a son (legitimate or not) of his.

[edit] Ancestors

[show]v • d • eAncestors of Robert I of Dreux

                                 

 16. Robert II of France 
 
         

 8. Henry I of France   
 
               

 17. Constance of Arles 
 
         

 4. Philip I of France   
 
                     

 18. Yaroslav I of Kiev 
 
         

 9. Anne of Kiev   
 
               

 19. Ingegerd Olofsdotter 
 
         

 2. Louis VI of France   
 
                           

 20. Dirk III, Count of Holland 
 
         

 10. Floris I, Count of Holland   
 
               

 21. Othelendis of Saxony 
 
         

 5. Bertha of Holland   
 
                     

 22. Bernard II, Duke of Saxony 
 
         

 11. Gertrude of Saxony   
 
               

 23. Eilika of Schweinfurt 
 
         

 1. Robert I of Dreux   
 
                                 

 24. Otto, Count of Savoy 
 
         

 12. Amadeus II of Savoy   
 
               

 25. Adelaide of Susa 
 
         

 6. Humbert II of Savoy   
 
                     

 26. Gerald, Count of Geneva 
 
         

 13. Joan of Geneva   
 
               

 27. Gisela of Geneva 
 
         

 3. Adelaide of Maurienne   
 
                           

 28. Reginald I, Count of Burgundy 
 
         

 14. William I, Count of Burgundy   
 
               

 29. Adelaide of Normandy 
 
         

 7. Gisela of Burgundy   
 
                     





 15. Etiennete   
 
               






[edit] Notes

1.^ Medieval France: an encyclopedia, Ed. William W. Kibler, (Routledge, 1995), 305.

2.^ Michel, Edmond, Histoire de la ville de Brie-Comte-Robert, Vol.1, (Dujarric & Cie, 1902), 69.

3.^ Power, Daniel, The Norman frontier in the twelfth and early thirteenth centuries, (Cambridge University Press, 2004), 239.

4.^ Power, 214.

5.^ Michel, Vol.1, 69

6.^ Power, 239.

7.^ Power, 214.

8.^ Gislebertus of Mons, Chronicle of Hainaut, Trans. Laura Napran, (Boydell Press, 2005), 110.

9.^ Gislebertus of Mons, 110

[edit] References

Gislebertus of Mons, Chronicle of Hainaut, Trans. Laura Napran, Boydell Press, 2005.

Medieval France: an encyclopedia, Ed. William W. Kibler, Routledge, 1995.

Michel, Edmond, Histoire de la ville de Brie-Comte-Robert, Vol.1, Dujarric & Cie, 1902.

Power, Daniel, The Norman frontier in the twelfth and early thirteenth centuries, Cambridge University Press, 2004.

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Robert I of Dreux

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Robert I of Dreux, (Robert I Capet) nicknamed the Great (c. 1123 – October 11, 1188), was the fifth son of Louis VI of France and Adélaide de Maurienne. Through his mother he was related to the Carolingians and to the Marquess William V of Montferrat.

In 1137 he received the County of Dreux as an appanage from his father. He held this title until 1184 when he granted it to his son Robert II.

In 1139 he married Agnes de Garlande. In 1145, he married Hawise of Salisbury. By his third marriage to Agnes de Baudemont in 1152, he received the County of Braine-sur-Vesle, and the lordships of Fère-en-Tardenois, Pontarcy, Nesle, Longueville, Quincy-en-Tardenois, Savigny, and Baudemont.

Robert I participated in the Second Crusade and was at the Siege of Damascus in 1148. In 1158 he fought against the English and participated in the Siege of Séez in 1154.

[edit]Marriages and children

Agnes de Garlande (1122–1143), daughter of Anseau de Garlande, count of Rochefort

Simon (1141 – bef. 1182), lord of La Noue

Hawise of Salisbury (1118–1152), daughter of Walter Fitz Edward of Salisbury, Sheriff of Wiltshire

Adèle (1145 – aft. 1210), married firstly Valéran III, count of Breteuil, secondly Guy II, lord of Châtillon-sur-Marne, thirdly Jean I de Thorotte, fourthly Raoul III de Nesle, count of Soissons

Alice or Adelheid (1144–?)

Agnes de Baudemont, Countess of Braine (1130 – c. 1202)

Robert II (1154–1218), count of Dreux and Braine

Henry (1155–1199), bishop of Orléans

Alix (1156 – aft. 1217), married Raoul I, lord of Coucy

Philippe (1158–1217), bishop of Beauvais

Isabella (1160–1239), married Hugh III of Broyes

Peter (1161–1186)

William (1163 – aft. 1189), lord of Braye, Torcy, and Chilly

John (1164 – aft. 1189)

Mamilie (1166–1200)

Margaret (1167–?), nun

The Sicilian chancellor Stephen du Perche may also have been a son (legitimate or not) of his.


Robert I of Dreux, (Robert I Capet) nicknamed the Great (c. 1123 – October 11, 1188), was the fifth son of Louis VI of France and Adélaide de Maurienne. Through his mother he was related to the Carolingians and to the Marquess William V of Montferrat.

In 1137 he received the County of Dreux as an appanage from his father. He held this title until 1184 when he granted it to his son Robert II.

In 1139 he married Agnes de Garlande. In 1145, he married Hawise of Salisbury. By his third marriage to Agnes de Baudemont in 1152, he received the County of Braine-sur-Vesle, and the lordships of Fère-en-Tardenois, Pontarcy, Nesle, Longueville, Quincy-en-Tardenois, Savigny, and Baudemont.

Robert I participated in the Second Crusade and was at the Siege of Damascus in 1148. In 1158 he fought against the English and participated in the Siege of Séez in 1154.

Marriages and children

Agnes de Garlande (1122–1143), daughter of Anseau de Garlande, count of Rochefort

Simon (1141 – bef. 1182), lord of La Noue

Hawise of Salisbury (1118–1152), daughter of Walter Fitz Edward of Salisbury, Sheriff of Wiltshire

Adèle (1145 – aft. 1210), married firstly Valéran III, count of Breteuil, secondly Guy II, lord of Châtillon-sur-Marne, thirdly Jean I de Thorotte, fourthly Raoul I of Nesle, count of Soissons

Alice or Adelheid (1144–?)

Agnes de Baudemont, Countess of Braine (1130 – c. 1202)

Robert II (1154–1218), count of Dreux and Braine

Henry (1155–1199), bishop of Orléans

Alix (1156 – aft. 1217), married Raoul I, lord of Coucy

Philippe (1158–1217), bishop of Beauvais

Isabella (1160–1239), married Hugh III of Broyes

Peter (1161–1186)

William (1163 – aft. 1189), lord of Braye, Torcy, and Chilly

John (1164 – aft. 1189)

Mamilie (1166–1200)

Margaret (1167–?), nun

The Sicilian chancellor Stephen du Perche may also have been a son (legitimate or not) of his.


Robert I of Dreux, (Robert I Capet) nicknamed the Great (c. 1123 – October 11, 1188), was the fifth son of Louis VI of France and Adélaide de Maurienne. Through his mother he was related to the Carolingians and to the Marquess William V of Montferrat.

In 1137 he received the County of Dreux as an appanage from his father. He held this title until 1184 when he granted it to his son Robert II.

In 1139 he married Agnes de Garlande. In 1145, he married Hawise of Salisbury. By his third marriage to Agnes de Baudemont in 1152, he received the County of Braine-sur-Vesle, and the lordships of Fère-en-Tardenois, Pontarcy, Nesle, Longueville, Quincy-en-Tardenois, Savigny, and Baudemont.

Robert I participated in the Second Crusade and was at the Siege of Damascus in 1148. In 1158 he fought against the English and participated in the Siege of Séez in 1154.

Marriages and children

Agnes de Garlande (1122–1143), daughter of Anseau de Garlande, count of Rochefort

Simon (1141 – bef. 1182), lord of La Noue

Hawise of Salisbury (1118–1152), daughter of Walter Fitz Edward of Salisbury, Sheriff of Wiltshire

Adèle (1145 – aft. 1210), married firstly Valéran III, count of Breteuil, secondly Guy II, lord of Châtillon-sur-Marne, thirdly Jean I de Thorotte, fourthly Raoul I of Nesle, count of Soissons

Alice or Adelheid (1144–?)

Agnes de Baudemont, Countess of Braine (1130 – c. 1202)

Robert II (1154–1218), count of Dreux and Braine

Henry (1155–1199), bishop of Orléans

Alix (1156 – aft. 1217), married Raoul I, lord of Coucy

Philippe (1158–1217), bishop of Beauvais

Isabella (1160–1239), married Hugh III of Broyes

Peter (1161–1186)

William (1163 – aft. 1189), lord of Braye, Torcy, and Chilly

John (1164 – aft. 1189)

Mamilie (1166–1200)

Margaret (1167–?), nun

The Sicilian chancellor Stephen du Perche may also have been a son (legitimate or not) of his.


Comte de Dreux, du Perche, de Braine-sur-Vesle.

Sources:

The book, 'Richard the Lion-Hearted', by John Gillingham

The book, 'Kings & Queens of Europe'

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