Cte Jean I DE PONTHIEU et de Montreüil
(Abt 1140-1191)
Béatrice DE ST. POL
(Abt 1160-Aft 1204)
Louis VII "Le Jeune" CAPET, King of France
(1120-1180)
Infanta doña Constanza DE CASTILLA
(1138-1160)
Cte Guillaume II "Talvas" DE PONTHIEU et de Montreuil
(1179-1221)
Alix (Adélaide) CAPET de France
(1160-1221)
Ctsse Marie DE PONTHIEU et de Montreuil
(1199-1250)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
1. Simon II DE DAMMARTIN, comte d'Aumâle & de Ponthieu

2. Mathieu DE MONTMORENCY, Seigneur d'Attichy

Ctsse Marie DE PONTHIEU et de Montreuil

  • Born: Before 17 Apr 1199, Aumale, Normandie, France
  • Married (1): After Sep 1208, Aumale, Seine-Maritime, France
  • Married (2): Between 1 Sep 1240 and 15 Dec 1241
  • Died: Sep 1250, Normandie, France

  General Notes:

Compiler's 22 x great-grandmother

  Research Notes:

The De Rebus Hispaniæ of Rodericus Ximenes names "Mariam…mater Joannæ Reginæ Castellæ et Legionis" as the daughter of "Comitis de Pontivo" and his wife "Adelodis" daughter of "Ludovico Regi Francorum" (and his wife "Elisabeth", an error for Constanza). "Willelmus comes Pontivi et Monstreoli" donated property to the church of Saint Giosse, with the consent of "Marie filie mee et Aelis uxoris mee", by charter dated 1205. "Willelmus comes Pontivi et Monstreoli…et Aalais uxor mea comitissa Pontivi et Maria filia mea" granted concessions by charter dated 1207. "Willelmus comes Pontivi et Monstreoli" granted rights to one of his vassals, with the consent of "Aalis, uxoris mee Ludovici regis filie et Marie filie mee", by charter dated Aug 1208. "Renaldus comes Bolonie" confirmed the marriage contract between "Guillelmum comitem Pontivi et Mariam eiusdem comitis filiam" and "Simonem fratrem meum" by charter dated Sep 1208. "Willelmus comes Pontivi et Monstreoli" granted rights to the commune of Maioc, with the consent of "Aalis, uxoris mee et Symonis de Bolonia, generis mei, et Marie filie mee, uxoris eius", by charter dated 1209. "Guilelmus comes Pontivi et Monstrolii" donated property to Saint-Maurice d’Agaune, for the souls of "Alaidis uxoris meæ et Mariæ filiæ meæ", by charter dated Mar 1210. "Willaume comte de Pontieu et de Montreuil" agreed a concession made by one of his vassals, with the consent of "Aalis sa femme et de Marie leur fille" by charter dated Nov 1211.

She succeeded her father in 1221 as Ctss de Ponthieu. Louis VIII King of France confirms an agreement with "consanguinea nostra Maria comitissa Pontivi" related to rights of her "filios et filios quos susceperat a Simone fratre comitis Renaldi Bolonie" by charter dated 1225. "Symon comes Pontivi et Monsteroli et Maria uxor mea" confirmed a donation of property to the abbey of Notre-Dame d'Ourscamp by "Johannes comes Pontivi" by charter dated 2 Mar 1230. "Maria comitissa Pontivi et Monstreoli" donated property to the church of Boulogne in memory of "Symon comes Pontivi et Monstreoli…maritus meus" by charter dated Oct 1239.

"Matheus comes Pontivi et Monstreoli et Maria uxor eius, comitissa" noted property sales by charter dated Sep 1242. "Matheus de Montemorenc. comes Pontivi et Monsterolii dominus de Atechi" donated property, with the consent of "Maria comitissa Pontivi et Monsterolii uxor mea", by charter dated Feb 1246. 1

  Marriage Information:

Marie married Simon II DE DAMMARTIN, comte d'Aumâle & de Ponthieu, son of Aubrey II DE DAMMARTIN, seigneur de Lillebonne, and Mathilde DE CLERMONT-EN-BEAUVAISIS, after Sep 1208 in Aumale, Seine-Maritime, France. (Simon DE DAMMARTIN was born about 1172 in Dammartin, Seine-et-Marne, France and died on 21 Sep 1239 in Abbeville, Somme, France.)

  Marriage Notes:

Date of marriage contract

  Marriage Information:

Marie also married Mathieu DE MONTMORENCY, Seigneur d'Attichy, son of Aubry II DE MONTMORENCY and Gertrude DE SOISSONS, between 1 Sep 1240 and 15 Dec 1241. (Mathieu DE MONTMORENCY died on 8 Feb 1250 at the Battle of Mansurah, Egypt.)

Sources


1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Marie de Ponthieu.


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