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  1. In 1196, Philip II of France captured the castle of Aumale, and granted the title of "Count of Aumale" to Renaud de Dammartin. It was later was held by the houses of Castile, Harcourt, and Lorraine. After several extinctions the title was re-created in 1547 for Francis, then styled Count of Aumale by courtesy.

  2. Ferdinand, Count of Aumale (Q2423033) infante of Castile Ferdinand II d'Aumale Ferdinand of Castile Fernando de Castilla, Comte d'Aumale edit Statements instance of human 3 references image Jezuitská kolej v Kutné Hoře 01.jpg 1,704 × 2,272; 796 KB 1 reference sex or gender male 3 references country of citizenship Crown of Castile 1 reference

  3. Jan 22, 2019 · Ferdinand II d'Aumale est né en 1238 et mort en 1260. Il est le fils de Ferdinand III de Castille et de Jeanne de Dammartin. Il fut un comte d'Aumale. Il épousa Laure de Monfort (morte en 1270), fille d'Amaury VI, comte de Montfort et de Béatrice de

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  5. Ferdinand ii of Castile was born in the year 1239, son of Ferdinand iii of Castile and Joanna de Dammartin. He died in the year 1265. This information is part of Sherren Family Tree by Derk Sherren on Genealogy Online.

  6. John I of Ponthieu (d. July 11, 1302, Kortrijk, County of Flanders, Kingdom of France) was Count of Aumale . He was son of Ferdinand II, Count of Aumale, and Laura of Montfort. After the death of his father in 1260, he became co-ruler in the County of Aumale with his grandmother Joan. They reigned together until her death in 1279.

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  7. May 20, 2022 · Occupation: Count of Ponthieu Count of Dammartin Simon of Dammartin (1180 – 21 September 1239) was a son of Alberic II of Dammartin (Aubry de Dammartin) and his wife Mathildis of Clermont. Simon was the brother of Renaud I, Count of Dammartin, who had abducted the heiress of Boulogne, and forced her to marry him.

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