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Blason ville fr Courtenay (Loiret).svg

Lady of Courtenay[edit]

Elder House of Courtenay[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Blason Courtenay.svg Unnamed wife - - - - - - Athon
Blason comte fr Anjou.svg Hildegarde de Gâtinais Geoffrey II, Count of Gâtinais
(Châteaudun)
- 1060 - - Josselin
Blason ville fr Chamarande (Essonne).svg Elisabeth de Montlhéry Guy I, Seigneur de Montlhéry
(Montlhéry)
- - after 1065
husband's death
-
Blason Courtenay.svg Unnamed first wife
[1]
- - - 1065
husband's accession
Miles
Blason comte fr Nevers.svg Ermengarde of Nevers Renauld II, Count of Nevers
(Nevers)
1073 after 1080 1100
Sin foto.svg Helvis du Donjon
[2][3]
Frederick du Donjon and Corbeil
(Donjon)
- - 1127
husband's accession
- Renaud
Sin foto.svg Maud FitzEdith
[2][3]
Robert FitzEdith, Lord Okehampton
(FitzEdith)
- 27 September 1194
husband's death
- -
After the Second Crusade, the Seigneury of Courtenay was confiscated by King Louis VI of France and given to his son, Peter who married Renaud's daughter.

Capetian House of Courtenay[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Blason Courtenay.svg Elizabeth de Courtenay
[4][5][6][7][8][9]
Courtenay
(Courtenay)
1127/1135 before 1150 10 April 1183
husband's death
after 14 September 1205 Peter I
Blason comte fr Nevers.svg Agnes I, Countess of Nevers Guy, Countess of Nevers
(Nevers)
1170 1184 2/6 February 1193 Peter II
Blason Empire Latin de Constantinople.svg Yolanda of Flanders
[10]
Baldwin V, Count of Hainault
(Hainaut)
1175 24 July 1193 after June 1219
husband's death
24/26 August 1219

Princess of Courtenay[edit]

House of Bauffremont[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Princess Ceased to be Princess Death Spouse
Blason Courtenay.svg Unnamed wife - - - - - Athon
Blason comte fr Anjou.svg Hildegarde de Gâtinais Geoffrey II, Count of Gâtinais
(Châteaudun)
- 1060 - - Josselin
Elisabeth de Montlhéry Guy I, Seigneur de Montlhéry
(Montlhéry)
- - after 1065
husband's death
-
Blason Courtenay.svg Unnamed first wife
[11]
1065
husband's accession
Miles
Blason comte fr Nevers.svg Ermengarde of Nevers Renauld II, Count of Nevers
(Nevers)
1073 after 1080 1100
Helvis du Donjon
[2][3]
Frederick du Donjon and Corbeil
(Donjon)
1127
husband's accession
Renaud
Maud FitzEdith
[2][3]
Robert FitzEdith, Lord Okehampton
(FitzEdith)
- 27 September 1194
husband's death
-
After the Second Crusade, the Seigneury of Courtenay was confiscated by King Louis VI of France and given to his son, Peter who married Renaud's daughter.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Marriage showned in the Europäische Stammtafeln
  2. ^ a b c d Also Lady of Sutton.
  3. ^ a b c d Also Lady of Berkshire.
  4. ^ Also Lady of Tanlay.
  5. ^ Also Lady of Champignelles.
  6. ^ Also Lady of Montargis.
  7. ^ Also Lady of Château-Renard.
  8. ^ Also Lady of Charny .
  9. ^ Also Lady of Charenton.
  10. ^ Also Latin Empress of Constantinople.
  11. ^ Marriage showned in the Europäische Stammtafeln

Source[edit]

Category:House of Courtenay Courtenay Courtenay