Guy II of Ponthieu
|Guy II of Ponthieu|
25 December 1147|
|Noble family||House of Bellême|
|Father||William III of Ponthieu|
|Mother||Helie of Burgundy|
Marriage and issue
His wife was called Ida; he had three children with her:
- John I (d. 1191), Count of Ponthieu
- Guido (d. between 1208 and 1218), Lord of Noyelles
- Agnes, abbess in Montreuil
- Hollister, C. Warren (2001). Frost, Amanda Clark, ed. Henry I. Yale University Press.
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- Thompson, Kathleen (1994). "William Talvas, Count of Ponthieu, and the Politics of the Anglo-Norman Realm". In Bates, David; Curry, Anne. England and Normandy in the Middle Ages. The Hambledon Press.
Guy II of PonthieuBorn: c. 1120 Died: 1147
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