Person:Constance, Duchess of Brittany (1)

Constance _____, Duchess of Brittany
m. 1160
  1. Constance _____, Duchess of Brittany1161 - 1201
m. Bet Jul 1181 and 1182
  1. Eleonore de Bretagne1184 - 1241
  2. Mathilde de Bretagne1185 -
  3. Arthur I _____, Duke of Brittany1187 - 1203
m. 3 Feb 1187
m. 1199
  1. Catherine de Thouars1201 - 1237
  2. Alix de Thouars1201 - 1221
Facts and Events
Name Constance _____, Duchess of Brittany
Alt Name Constance de Bretagne, Duchesse de Bretagne
Gender Female
Birth? 1161
Alt Birth? Abt 1162
Alt Birth? 12 Jun 1166 Bretagne, France
Marriage Bet Jul 1181 and 1182 to Geoffrey II _____, Duke of Brittany
Alt Marriage Abt 1183 to Geoffrey II _____, Duke of Brittany
Marriage 3 Feb 1187 to Ranulph de Blundeville, 6th Earl of Chester
Annulment 1198 from Ranulph de Blundeville, 6th Earl of Chester
Marriage 1199 to Guy _____, Viscount de Thouars I
Death? 31 Aug 1201 Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, France
Alt Death? 5 Sep 1201 Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, France
Burial[4] Loire-Atlantique, FranceAbbaye de Villeneuve
Reference Number? Q234317?

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Constance (Breton: Konstanza; c. 1161c. 5 September 1201) was Duchess of Brittany from 1166 to her death in 1201 and Countess of Richmond from 1171 to 1201. Constance was the daughter of Duke Conan IV by his wife, Margaret of Huntingdon, a sister of the Scottish kings Malcolm IV and William I.

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