Theobald VI, Count of Blois
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He was son of Louis I of Blois and Catherine of Clermont.
Theobald married twice: with Maud of Alençon and with Clemence of Roches, but remained childless.
Theobald fought the Moors in Castile. During the campaign he contracted leprosy and returned home. After living withdrawn in his castle in La Ferté-Villeneuil for a few years he died in 1218, leaving his possessions to his aunts Margaret and Isabelle. The northern part of Blois was erected into the County of Chartres for Isabelle; Margaret received the remainder of the County of Blois, and he sold Clermont to the crown before he died.
Theobald VI, Count of BloisDied: 1218
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