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  1. May 05, 2020 · Alix de Montmorency (died 24 February 1220/1221) was a French noblewoman. Her parents were Bouchard V de Montmorency and Laurette, daughter of Baldwin IV, Count of Hainaut and Alice of Namur. Married in 1216.

    • Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester
    • circa 1174
    • "Alice", "Alix"
    • France
  2. May 29, 2012 · Alix de Montmorency was born about 1174 in France, daughter of Bouchard de Montmorency and Laurette Laurence de Hainault., they had 2 children. She died on February 24, 1221 in Montfort, Yvelines, Ile-de-France, France. This information is part of Stamboom Homs by George Homs on Genealogy Online.

    • Female
    • Simon IV de Montfort, Simon IV
  3. Family. Montfort was a younger son of Simon de Montfort, 5th Earl of Leicester, a French nobleman and crusader, and Alix de Montmorency. His paternal grandmother was Amicia de Beaumont, the senior co-heiress to the Earldom of Leicester and a large estate owned by her brother Robert de Beaumont, 4th Earl of Leicester, in England.

  4. Nov 03, 2008 · File:Anne-Louise Alix de Montmorency, with her daughter, c.1840.jpg File:Anne-Louise Alix de Montmorency, with her daughter, c.1840 .jpg (file redirect) User talk:Mutter Erde/Archiv 2/2008

  5. Alix de Montmorency and Fulk of Neuilly · See more » Henry III of England. Henry III (1 October 1207 – 16 November 1272), also known as Henry of Winchester, was King of England, Lord of Ireland, and Duke of Aquitaine from 1216 until his death. New!!: Alix de Montmorency and Henry III of England · See more » Jews

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    Montmorency was a son of Jean I, lord of Montmorency and Jeanne de Calletot. He inherited the seigneuries of Montmorency, Ecouen, Damville, Argentan, Feuillarde, Chaumont-en-Vexin, Vitry en Brie and others upon the death of his father. He was knighted, named Grand Panetier of France from 1336 to 1343 by King Philip VI of France, then was raised to the dignity of Marshal of France in 1343, was an advisor and chamberlain of Philip VI in 1346, and in 1347, captain general on the borders of County of Flandersand the sea near Picardy. In 1347, he resigned from his position as marshal in favour of his brother-in-law, Edouard de Beaujeu. He commanded the army that Duke John of Normandy led in Brittany to help Charles de Blois. He accompanied this prince in Guyenne against Henry, Earl of Derby in 1345 and distinguished himself at the Battle of Crécyin 1346. Appointed as the Governor of Picardy, he defeated Oudart, bastard of Rentyin 1348. He helped conclude the Treaty of Brétigny between th...

    In 1330, Charles married firstly Marguerite de Beaujeu (died 5 January 1336) daughter of Guichard VI de Beaujeu and Marguerite de Châtillon.There was no issue from this marriage. On 26 January 1341 in Paris, married secondly Jeanne de Roucy, Lady of Blazon and Chemillé (died 10 January 1361) daughter of Jean V de Roucy and Marguerite de Beaumez.They had the following issue: 1. Jean de Montmorency (died 24 July 1352) ; 2. Marguerite de Montmorency, married Robert d'Estouteville, seigneur de Vallemont. 3. Jeanne de Montmorency, married Guy dit Brumor de Laval, seigneur de Challouyau. 4. Marie de Montmorency, dame d'Argentan (died 26 February 1372), married firstly Guillaume d'Ivry, baron d'Oissery and secondly Jean II, seigneur de Châtillon-sur-Marne,grand steward of the queen and captain of the city of Reims. Around 1362, Charles married thirdly Pétronille ou Pernelle de Villiers daughter of Adam dit le Bègue, seigneur de Villiers le Sec and Alix de Méry.They had the following known...

    Viton de Saint-Allais, Nicolas (1818). L'art de vérifier les dates des faits historiques, des chartes, des chroniques, et autres anciens monuments, depuis la naissance de Notre-Seigneur. Paris: C....
    Desormaux, Joseph Louis Ripaux (1764). Histoire de la Maison de Montmorency. Paris. p. 408. Retrieved 10 May 2010.
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