Jean I de Nesle is geboren rond 1215, zoon van Raoul de Nesle en Alix de Roye. Hij is getrouwd na 1252 met Jeanne de Dammartin, ze kregen 3 kinderen. Hij is getrouwd met Béatrix de Joigny, ze kregen 1 kind. Deze informatie is onderdeel van Genealogy Richard Remmé, The Hague, Netherlands van Richard Remmé op Genealogie Online.
Jean I de Nesle wurde geboren rund 1215, Sohn von Raoul de Nesle und Alix de Roye. Er heiratete nach 1252 mit Jeanne de Dammartin , sie bekamen 3 Kinder. Er heiratete mit Béatrix de Joigny , Sie bekamen ein einziges Kind. Diese Informationen sind Teil von Genealogy Richard Remmé, The Hague, Netherlands von Richard Remmé bei Genealogie Online .
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Casa-se novamente pouco depois (1260 ou 1261) com Jean de Nesle, senhor de Falvy et de La Hérelle. Faleceu em 1279, na cidade de Abbeville 1. Referências. 1 González Jiménez, Manuel (1999), Alfonso X, Burgos, Editorial La Olmeda, 2ª Ed., pp. 42-43. Cantigas que referem esta pessoa. Amigas, eu oí dizer , Gonçalo Anes do Vinhal (Na rubrica)
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Joan was the eldest daughter of Simon of Dammartin, Count of Ponthieu (1180- 21 September 1239) and his wife Marie of Ponthieu, Countess of Montreuil (17 April 1199- 1251). Her paternal grandparents were Alberic II, Count de Dammartin and Mahaut de Clermont, daughter of Renaud de Clermont, Count of Clermont-en-Beauvaisis, and Clémence de Bar. Her maternal grandparents were William IV of Ponthieu and Alys, Countess of the Vexin, daughter of Louis VII of France and Constance of Castile.
After secret negotiations were undertaken in 1234, it was agreed that Joan would marry King Henry III of England. This marriage would have been politically unacceptable to the French, however, since Joan stood to inherit not only her mother's county of Ponthieu but also the county of Aumale that was vested in her father's family. Ponthieu bordered on the duchy of Normandy, and Aumale lay within Normandy itself. The French king Philip Augustus had seized Normandy from King John of England as recently as 1205, and Philip's heirs could not risk the English monarchy recovering any land in that area, since it might allow the Plantagenets to re-establish control in Normandy. As it happened, Joan's father Simon had become involved in a conspiracy of northern French noblemen against Philip Augustus and to win pardon from Philip's son Louis VIII, Simon—who had only daughters—was compelled to promise that he would marry neither of his two eldest daughters without the permission of the king of...
In November 1235, Blanche of Castile's nephew, King Ferdinand III of Castile, lost his wife, Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen, and Blanche's sister Berengaria of Castile, Ferdinand's mother, was concerned that her widowed son might involve himself in liaisons that were unsuited to his dignity as king. Berengaria determined to find her son another wife, and her sister Blanche suggested the young Joan of Dammartin, whose marriage to the king of Castile would keep her inheritance from falling into hostile hands. In October 1237, at the age of about seventeen, Jeanne married in Burgos, King Ferdinand III of Castile and Leon(1201-1252). They had four sons and one daughter: 1. Ferdinand (1239–ca 1265) 2. Eleanor, married Edward I of England 3. Louis (1243–ca 1275) 4. Simon (1244), died young and buried in a monastery in Toledo 5. John (1245), died young and buried at the cathedral in Córdoba Upon her mother's death in 1251, Joan succeeded to the titles of Countess of Ponthieu and Countess of Mon...
Mort de Jean III de Nesle-Falvy Comte de Ponthieu Seigneur de Falvy et de la Hérelle Jean III de Nesle-Falvy meurt le 2 février 1292 . Si, dans le résultat d'une recherche, un nom de personne ou de lieu ou une date vous interpelle, sélectionnez-le et faites un clique droit pour lancer une nouvelle recherche.
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