Person:Mathilde von Sponheim (1)

Mathilde , von Sponheim
d.13 Dec 1160/1
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Name Mathilde , von Sponheim
Gender Female
Alt Birth? BET 1097 AND 1105 of Karnten, Austria
Ancestral File Number 9HM3-22
Birth? Abt 1100 Kärnten, AustriaCarinthia
Alt Birth? ABT 1105 Of, Boulogne, Pas De Calais, France
Alt Birth? 1108 Carinthia - Dtr of Thiabault of Champagne
Marriage abt 1123 Blois, Loir-et-Cher, Franceto Theobald II , de Blois, Count of Champagne
Alt Marriage 1126 to Theobald II , de Blois, Count of Champagne
Alt Death? 1151
Alt Death? 03 May 1151 Hevringham Castl, Essex, England
Alt Death? Apr 1152
Other? 1160 Alt. Death
Alt Death[3] 03 Dec 1161 Fontevrault, Poitiers, France
Death[1] 13 Dec 1160/1
Burial? Faversham Abbey, Faversham, Kent, England

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Matilda of Carinthia or Mathilde of Sponheim (died 13 December 1160 or 1161) was the daughter of Engelbert, Duke of Carinthia and his wife Uta of Passau. She married Theobald II, Count of Champagne (also known as Theobald IV of Blois), in 1123. She was the mother of Adèle of Champagne, Queen consort of France and thus the maternal grandmother of King Philip II of France.

Her ten children with Theobald were:

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