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  Marie of Boulogne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Austrebert, Montreul, France) was the Countess of Boulogne from 1159 to 1170.
Marie was born to King Stephen of England and his wife Matilda I, Countess of Boulogne.
Marie's second daughter Maud of Boulogne married Henry I, Duke of Brabant.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Marie_of_Boulogne   (237 words)

 Marie de France
Marie de France's identity remains obscure, but it is clear that she was a woman of French origin writing in England in the later decades of the twelfth century, widely educated, and in touch with the royal court.
Marie (III), the eighth child of Waleran II, Count of Meulan, is the third option, as she was brought up in the modern-day French département of Eure wherein is located the town of Pitres.
Marie de France may be trying less to propound a critique of the received stories of Arthur than to recall her readers' attention to elements that tradition has left aside, as she suggests in her prologue.
faculty.winthrop.edu /kosterj/ENGL512/Marie.htm   (1379 words)

 Marie Antoinette
The marriage of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette was one of the last acts of Choiseul's policy (see CHOISEUL); but the Dauphiness from the first shared the unpopularity attaching to the Franco-Austrian alliance.
Marie Antoinette's disdain of Madame du Barry, the mistress of Louis XV, was perhaps, from a political standpoint, a mistake, but it is an honourable evidence of the high character and self-respect of the Dauphiness.
In her private life, Marie Antoinette may justly be blamed for her prodigality, for having, between 1774 and 1777 -- by certain notorious escapades (sleigh racing, opera balls, hunting in the Bois de Boulogne, gambling) and by her amusements at the Trianon (see VERSAILLES) -- given occasion for calumnious reports.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/m/marie_antoinette.html   (731 words)

 Amazon.com: Marie, Dancing: Books: Carolyn Meyer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Marie's determination and resilience make her an appealing character, and her willingness to try to keep her family intact and support them through their difficulties is believable and admirable.
Marie is only too happy to comply with Monsieur Degas's wishes, for her family has struck poverty since her father passed away, and she could use the money to provide food for her younger sister, Charlotte.
But when Marie's conscience rebels against what is expected of her at foyer de la danse, and Antoinette stumbles into a bout of trouble, Marie decides to change her path in life, in an attempt to create the home she always wanted for her younger sister; and hold her oft-times troubled family together.
www.amazon.com /Marie-Dancing-Carolyn-Meyer/dp/0152051163   (2540 words)

 thePeerage.com - Baldwin de Boulogne and others
She was the daughter of Stephen de Blois, King of England and Matilda, Comtesse de Boulogne.
He married, firstly, Mary Evelyn Prince, daughter of William Prince, on 29 July 1949 in Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, U.S.A. He married, secondly, Angelica Philippa Kauffmann, daughter of Philipp Kauffmann and Gloria Kneidecker, on 1 October 1952 in Palm Beach, Florida, U.S.A.      Pavel Dimitriievich Romanov-Ilyinsky, Prince Romanov-Ilyinsky was also known as Paul Ilyinsky.
His marriage to Mary Evelyn Prince was annulled in 1951 in Palm Beach, Florida.
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 The Bailey Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
He was married to Mary GALE on 30 Mar 1670 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
Mary FLAGG was born on 9 Apr 1704 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
Mary FLAGG was born on 14 Jun 1657 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
bailey.aros.net /jsbailey/d84.htm   (1516 words)

 Medieval Sourcebook: The Cathedral Chapter of Chartres: The Riot of 1210
In 1210 a mob of the citizens of Chartres, incited by officials of the Countess of Blois-Chartres, assaulted the house of the Dean of the cathedral chapter.
He also commanded that they should give pledges to the dean and to a certain other canon, whose house had been slightly violated during the same affair, concerning the repair of their houses to the same state of value in which they were previously seen to have existed.
This is Renaud de Dammartin, count of Boulogne, fourth husband of Ida, the eldest daughter of Matthew d'Alsace and Marie de Boulogne.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/source/1210chartres.html   (1791 words)

 The Bailey Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Mary ALLGAR was born on 9 Sep 1560 in Shalford, Essex, England.
He was married to Marie Countess Of MORTAIN and BOULOGNE [ABBESS OF ROMSEY] in 1160.
Mary REYNOLDS on 12 Jul 1722 in Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.
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 Ancestors and Family of Marie of Boulogne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
She was placed in a convent but was taken out to marry Matthew of Alsace, who would later become Count of Boulogne through his marriage to her.
They reigned together until their divorce in 1170, when Matthew (not Marie) continued to reign until his death in 1173, when their daughter Ida became the Countess.
Marie married Matthew of Alsace, son of Thierry of Alsace de Lorraine and Sybil of Anjou, circa 1160.
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 The Family of  Jacques Pierre Boulogne
Marie Jeanne (Janne) Boulogne Born Ca 1720 She was deceased as of Jan. 10, 1764, New Chartres, Ill.
Boulogne was also shown as being in the Co. of M. DeMine in Montreal 1692.
D269-Feb. 2, 1753 Lady Jane Boulogne was godmother @ baptism of Marie Agniece, dtr of Mr.
home.inu.net /sadie/jpboulogne.htm   (3370 words)

 The Family of Charles Philibot
Marie Ann was the widow of Jacques Michel Philippe, by whom she had two children, at Kaskaskia, Illinois Post, one being a dtr Agnes who married Joseph Hebert.
The godfather was Pierre de Choufour de Louvier, residing at the Prairie du Rocher; the godmother was Madame Janne Boulogne,* wife of Mr.
Andre Chevalle, Keeper of the King's Storehouse; the godmother was Marie Joseph Sorel, wife of Thomas de Jardin.
home.inu.net /sadie/charlesphilibot.htm   (4349 words)

 artnet.com: Resource Library: Cazin: (2) Marie Cazin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
It was possibly in Bonheur’s studio that Marie was introduced to the value of working in bronze, her chosen medium for The Regret (1885) and Science and Charity (1893; both untraced), works which demonstrate her interest in figural groupings with symbolic overtones.
Marie received a certain amount of recognition during her extremely productive career.
Her reputation was overshadowed by that of her husband, but in 1893 she shared with him the honour of having one of her works, a bronze head of David (untraced), purchased by the Musée du Luxembourg.
www.artnet.com /library/01/0150/T015049.asp   (270 words)

 Paradox Interactive Forums - The Lion in Winter: England 1187
Its Countess Marie was a devoted vassal to King Philippe, and Henry had no illusions that attempting to vassalize her would bring about a crisis with France.
Henry, meanwhile, had pressed home his siege of Boulogne, which mercifully surrendered in late April, allowing him to at last receive the homage he demanded from the county.
Boulogne was his, and La Marche was Richard’s.
www.europa-universalis.com /forum/showthread.php?t=134743   (5060 words)

 Marie Trintignant @ Filmbug UK
Throughout her early life she was afflicted by severe shyness, but despite this, by her mid-teens she had decided to become an actress.
Marie Trintignant died of a cerebral edema on August 1, 2003 while on a film location in Vilnius, Lithuania after being beaten up by her boyfriend Bertrand Cantat, lead singer for the French rock group Noir Désir.
Marie Trintignant is interred in the Père Lachaise Cemetery, in Paris, France.
www.filmbug.co.uk /db/343738   (240 words)

 Classically Black: Joseph Boulogne
The son of a fl slave and her white plantation owner on the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, he was allowed to take his father’s name and became known from a young age as Chevalier, or knight, of Saint-Georges.
Boulogne also excelled at boxing, horseback riding, hunting, skating and dancing.
Although Boulogne had opportunities not afforded most fl men of his day, he did experience discrimination, Cooper said.
www.will.uiuc.edu /fm/programs/classicallyblack/cbboulongne.htm   (349 words)

 Guillaume Benjamin Amand Duchenne de Boulogne (www.whonamedit.com)
Duchenne had an undistinguished undergraduate career and as he failed to obtain an academic post, and because of his father’s death he returned to Boulogne where he practised medicine for ten years.
He was known under the name of Duchenne de Boulogne to avoid confusion with Édouard Adolphe Duchesne (1894-1869), a fashionable society physician.
Apart from Duchenne’s description of the disorders to which his name is attached, he was also the first to distinguish upper and lower motor neurone causes of 7th nerve paralysis, and he made several important contributions to our understanding of lead palsy.
www.whonamedit.com /doctor.cfm/950.html   (2623 words)

 † Marie Trintignant 01-08-2003 on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Franse actrice, kwam in juli 2003 in aanvaring met de vuisten van haar vriend Bertrand Cantat, zanger van de rockband Noir Désir en raakte in coma, overleed enkele dagen later in een ziekenhuis in Neuilly, Frankrijk.
Marie Trintignant was te zien in ongeveer vijftig filmrollen.
Marie Trintignant kwam in juli 2003 in aanvaring met de vuisten van haar vriend Bertrand Cantat.
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 Eustace III of Boulogne at AllExperts (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Eustace III, was a count of Boulogne, successor to his father Count Eustace II of Boulogne.
He married Mary of Scotland, daughter of King Malcolm III of Scotland, and Saint Margaret of Scotland.
Eustace was at first uninterested, but was convinced to accept it; he travelled all the way to Apulia before learning that a distant relative, Baldwin of Bourcq, had been crowned in the meantime.
experts.about.com.cob-web.org:8888 /e/e/eu/eustace_iii_of_boulogne.htm   (169 words)

 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Matilda of Boulogne (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
She was the daughter of Eustace III, Count of Boulogne and his wife Princess Mary of Scotland, herself the daughter of King Malcolm III of Scotland and Saint Margaret of Scotland.
William of Blois, Count of Mortain and Boulogne and Earl of Surrey.
Matilda died at Hedingham Castle, Essex, England and is buried at Faversham Abbey, England.
www.reference.com.cob-web.org:8888 /browse/wiki/Matilda_of_Boulogne   (218 words)

 Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges - Classical music composer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint-George, was born on Christmas day, 1745, on the French-Caribbean Island of Guadeloupe.
Joseph Boulogne, Le Chevalier de Saint-Georges was also called Joseph de Bologne, Le Chevalier de Saint-George.
Boulogne Chevalier de Saint-Georges: Symphonies and Violin Concertos, Vol.5
www.classical-composers.org /comp/boulogne   (1144 words)

 Untitled Document
Boulogne s/Mer (Frankrijk-France)(62) 5 april 1986 Nicole Marie-Louise Germaine Gueudré ° Boulogne s/Mer (Frankrijk-France)(62) 30 sept. 1962.
Benjamin Osstyn, ° Boulogne s/Mer (Frankrijk-France)(62) 20 febr.
Boulogne s/Mer (Frankrijk-France) 24 juni 1919 Augusta Ismerie Scherpereel ° Boulogne s/Mer (Frankrijk-France) 1 jan. 1895 † Agadir (Marroko-Maroc) 11 maart 1939.
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 Stephen of England (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Stephen was born at Blois in France, the son of Stephen, Count of Blois, and Adela, daughter of King William I of England, and thus the brother of Henry of Blois, bishop of Winchester.
He became Count of Mortain in about 1115, and married Matilda, daughter of the Count of Boulogne, in about 1125, who shortly after became Countess of Boulogne.
In 1150 he ceased to co-rule, and in 1151, the County was given to his son, Eustace IV.
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 François Dumas
Present for the civil ceremony were the Marquis de Tracy, the governor de Courcelle, the Intendant Talon, Marie-Barbe de Boulogne, Gabriel Dumas, as well as companions and friends of the bride: Marie Roy, originally from Fontenay-le-Comte, Jeanne Le Duc, Marie Girard and others.
With the exception of the youngest, Marie, they all had their baptismal acts at Sainte-Famille.
Charles then married Marie Guignard, the daughter of Pierre and Jeanne Guillemet, on May 21, 1702, at La Durantaye.
www.delmars.com /family/perrault/2429.htm   (2281 words)

 Medieval Love Literature
daughter of King Stephen (1135-54) and Matilda of Boulogne.
Bullock-Davies C. Marie de France: A Reassessment of her Narrative Technique in the Lais in Court and Poet ed.
Pickens R T. History and Meaning in the Lais of Marie de France in Jean Misrahi Memorial Volume ed.
www.rdg.ac.uk /french/fr203.htm   (2222 words)

 Marie Trintignant Biography (Actor) — Infoplease.com
French movie actress Marie Trintignant was nominated five times for the César award, but she was just as famous as the daughter of director Nadine Trintignant and actor Jean-Jacques Trintignant.
She was in the movies from the age of four, and by the late '80s and '90s came into her own as one of France's most popular character actors.
Marie Trintignant): An article from: Epoca by Ines Giner
www.infoplease.com /biography/var/marietrintignant.html   (168 words)

Father: BOULOGNE, Enricule "le Petit Arnoul", Comte De Mother: BOULOGNE, Adeline Comtesse De Wife: LOUVAIN, Mahaut Of Birth: ABT 0984 - Of, Louvain, Brabant, Belgium
Husband: BOULOGNE, Enricule "le Petit Arnoul", Comte De Birth: ABT 0976 - Of, Boulogne, Artois, France
BOULOGNE, Eustache III Count De BOULOGNE, Baudouin I, De --(ABT 1062-Apr 1118)
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 Angelica Catharina Marie Anna Kauffman ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Angelica Catharina Marie Anna Kauffman, Young girl seated, plaiting her hair, 1765
Berthe Marie Pauline Morisot, In the Bois de Boulogne, circa 1888
A strong sense of their city's cultural centrality encouraged Rome's 18th-century civic and religious leaders to construct or embellish numerous churches, palaces, fountains, public plazas (piazze), gardens and gallerie...
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