Person:Joan, Countess of Ponthieu (1)

Joan _____, Countess of Ponthieu
b.Abt 1220
m. 1208
  1. Jean Seigneur de Falvy de NesleAbt 1212 -
  2. Philippe of DammartinAbt 1214 - Bet 1278 & 1281
  3. Marie de Dammartin1218 - Abt 1239
  4. Agathe de DammartinAbt 1218 - 1268
  5. Joan _____, Countess of PonthieuAbt 1220 - 1279
  6. Mathilde de DammartinAbt 1220 - Aft 1257
  7. Renier de DammartinAbt 1225 -
m. 1260
Facts and Events
Name Joan _____, Countess of Ponthieu
Alt Name[3] Jeanne de Dammartin
Gender Female
Alt Birth? 1216 Seine-et-Marne, Île-de-France, FranceDammartin?
Alt Birth? 1216 Ponthieu, France
Birth[1][3] Abt 1220
Marriage 1237, bef Aug Burgos, Burgos, Castilla y León, Spainto Ferdinand III _____, King of Castile
Marriage 1260 to Jean Seigneur de Falvy de Nesle
Death[1][3] 16 Mar 1279 Abbeville, Somme, France
Burial[3] monastery of Valoires
Reference Number? Q603883?
Title (nobility)[3] Ctss de Ponthieu

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Joan of Dammartin (; 1220 – 16 March 1279) was Queen of Castile and León by marriage to Ferdinand III of Castile. She also ruled as Countess of Ponthieu (1251–1279) and Aumale (1237–1279). Her daughter, the English queen Eleanor of Castile, was her successor in Ponthieu. Ferdinand II, Count of Aumale, her son and co-ruler in Aumale, predeceased her, thus she was succeeded by her grandson John I, Count of Aumale.

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