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  Theobald - LoveToKnow 1911
Theobald died on the 18th of April 116r.
In history Theobald lives chiefly as the patron of three eminent men: Becket, who began life as a clerk in his household; Master Vacarius, the Italian jurist, who was the first to teach Roman law in England; and John of Salisbury, the most learned scholar of the age.
Theobald's household was a university in little; and in it were trained not a few of the leading prelates of the next generation.
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 Blois Hotels
Blois is a city in France, the ''préfecture'' (capital) city of the Loir-et-Cher ''département'', situated on the banks of the lower river Loire between Orléans and Tours.
The Treaty of Blois of September 22, 1504 concerned the proposed marriage between Charles of Luxembourg, the future Charles V, and Claude of France, daughter of Louis XII and Anne of Brittany.
Blois was associated with Champagne, Châtillon (the lords of which tended to reside in Blois), and later with the French royal family, to whom the county passed in 1391.
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 Countship of Blois - LoveToKnow 1911
The Chatillon branch of the counts of Blois began in 1230 with Mary of Avesnes, daughter of Margaret of Blois and her husband, Hugh of Chatillon, count of St Pol.
In 1241 her brother, John of Chatillon, became count of Blois, and was succeeded in 1279 by his daughter, Joan of Chatillon, who married Peter, count of Alencon, fifth son of Louis IX., king of France.
In 1498 the countship of Blois was united with the crown by the accession of King Louis XII., grandson and second successor of Louis I., duke of Orleans.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Theobald I (French: Thibaud or Thibault, Spanish: Teobaldo) (30 May 1201 – 8 July 1253), called the Troubadour, the Chansonnier, and the Posthumous, was Count of Champagne (as Theobald IV) from birth and King of Navarre from 1234.
Born in Troyes, he was the son of Theobald III of Champagne and Blanca of Navarre, the youngest daughter of Sancho VI of Navarre.
As king, Theobald sealed pacts with the Crown of Castile and that of Aragon, and the Kingdom of England.
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  Theobald IV of Champagne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was the son of Theobald III of Champagne and Blanca of Navarre who herself was the youngest daughter of king Sancho VI of Navarre.
Further, Theobald's legitimacy was not unquestioned, and his right to the succession was challenged by Henry's daughter Philippa and her husband, Erard I of Brienne, Count of Ramerupt and one of the more powerful nobles of Champagne.
He was succeeded first by his elder son Theobald II of Navarre and then by his younger son Henry I of Navarre, both children of his third marriage.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Louis VII of France   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Louis VII became involved in a war with Theobald II of Champagne, by permitting Raoul I of Vermandois and seneschal of France, to repudiate his wife, Theobald II's niece, and to marry Petronilla of Aquitaine, sister of the queen of France.
Theobald II of Champagne was Count of Champagne from 1125 to 1152.
Louis became involved in a war with Theobald II of Champagne, by permitting Rodolphe, Count of Vermandois and seneschal of France, to repudiate his wife, Theobald's niece, and to marry Petronille of Aquitaine, sister of the queen of France.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Theobald V of Blois   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Theobald V of Blois (-1191), also known as Theobald the Good (French: Thibaut le Bon), was count of Blois from 1151 to 1191, as well as count of Chartres.
Although he was the second son, Theobald inherited the title to Blois and Chartres, while his elder brother, Henry got the more important county of Champagne.
Their son Theobald inherited the county from his father in 1205, but died childless in 1218 leaving the title to his aunt Margaret.
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 Middle East Open Encyclopedia: Theobald of Bec   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Theobald (died April 18, 1161) was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1138 to 1161.
In history Theobald lives chiefly as the patron of three eminent men: Becket, who began life as a clerk in his household; Master Vacarius, the Italian jurist, who was the first to teach Roman law in England; and John of Salisbury, the most learned scholar of the age.
Theobald's household was a university in little; and in it were trained not a few of the leading prelates of the next generation.
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 Theobald III, Count of Blois at AllExperts
Theobald III of Blois (French: Thibaut) (1012 – 1089) was count of Blois, Meaux and Troyes.
Theobald conspired against the king of France Henry I, was beaten in 1044 and had to give up the county of Tours to regain his freedom.
Theobald's first wife Gersende of Main, daughter of Herbert of Maine, Count of Maine, bore him one child:#Henry, who adopted the name of Stephen.His second wife Adèle of Valois, daughter of Raoul II of Valois and Adélaide of Bar sur Aube, bore 3 children:#Philip, who became bishop of Chalons.#Odo, who inherited possessions in Champagne (Troyes).
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 Ancestors of Robert Erwin William Juch - aqwg77
Theobald IV de Blois Count of Blois and Champagne was born 2 Apr 1093 in Blois, Loir-et-Cher, France.
Theobald married Mathilde von Sponheim Princess of Carinthia on 1123.
Sancho VI "The Wise" King of Navarre was born 1130 and died 27 Jun 1194.
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 Count of Blois - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The County of Blois was centred on Blois, south of Paris, France.
Blois was later important during the Hundred Years' War; Joan of Arc based herself there.
The northern portion, bordering on Normandy, was sometimes alienated as the County of Chartres, but the Counts of Blois who possessed it did not use a separate title for it.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Count_of_Blois   (227 words)

  
 News | Gainesville.com | The Gainesville Sun | Gainesville, Fla.
She was the youngest daughter of Sancho VI of Navarre (d.
Further, their son Theobald's right to the succession of Champagne was challenged by Henry's daughter Philippa and her husband, Erard I of Brienne, Count of Ramerupt and one of the more powerful Champagne nobles.
Theobald had married twice during Blanca's lifetime, but had not succeeded in producing children by the time of her death.
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 JewishEncyclopedia.com - BLOIS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Although of small importance itself, Blois occupies a prominent place in Jewish history through the somber drama of which it was, in 1171, the theater.
On the testimony of a Christian servant of the mayor, a Judæophobe, the Jews of Blois were accused of having crucified a Christian child for the Passover, and of having then thrown the body into the river.
Count Theobald thereupon commanded that all the Jews should be cast into prison, with the exception of a woman named Pulcelina, for whom he entertained a particular affection.
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 Theobald IV of Champagne - Definition, explanation
King Theobald I of Navarre, also Theobald IV of Champagne (1201–1253), known as "the Troubadour," "the Chansonnier," and "the Posthumous," was Count of Champagne and the King of Navarre from 1235.
He was the son of Theobald III of Champagne and Blanca of Navarre who herself was the youngest daughter of king Sancho VI of Navarre.
Further, Theobald's legitimacy was not unquestioned, and his right to the succession was challenged by Henry's daughter Philippa and her husband, Erard I of Brienne, Count of Ramerupt and one of the more powerful nobles of Champagne.
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 30th Generation (cont.)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Theobald de Blois IV, Count of Blois and Count Palatine of Champagne and Brie "The Great" was born 1093 in Blois, Loir-et-Cher département, Centre région, France.
Theobald IV reunited Champagne with Blois and thus again made his house a threat to the royal domains of France from both east and west.
Marie de Mortaigne, Countess of Mortaigne and Abbess of Romsey was born 1136 in Blois, Loir-et-Cher département, Centre région, France and married circa 1160.
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 Theobald of Bec Information
Theobald (died April 18, 1161) was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1138 to 1161.
He refused to consecrate the king's nephew, William FitzHerbert, to the see of York, and in 1148 attended the papal council of Reims in defiance of a royal prohibition.
Theobald lives chiefly as the patron of three eminent men: Becket, who began life as a clerk in his household; Master Vacarius, the Italian jurist, who was the first to teach Roman law in England; and John of Salisbury, the most learned scholar of the age.
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 RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Relatively Yours
Odo III (Eudes) Of Blois was born ABT.
Theobald III was born 1012 in Blois, France, and died 29 SEP 1089 in Tours, France.
Baldwin VI "The Peaceable" was born 1030 in Flanders, Nord, France, and died 17 JUL 1070.
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 earlyBlazon.com
In 1234, count Theobald IV de Champagne sold the homage of Blois and Sancerre to king Louis IX.
The House of Champagne stems from the House of Blois.
Theobald IV was the son of Theobald III.
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 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
He was son of Louis I of Blois and Catherine of Clermont.
Theobald married twice: with Maud of Alencon and with Clemence of Roches, but remained childless.
The northern part of Blois was erected into the County of Chartres for Isabelle; Margaret received the remainder of the County of Blois, and he sold Clermont to the crown before he died.
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 Theobald I of Navarre Summary
Theobald I (French: Thibaud or Thibault, Spanish: Teobaldo) (May 30, 1201 – 1253), called the Troubadour, the Chansonnier, and the Posthumous, was Count of Champagne (as Theobald IV) from birth and King of Navarre from 1235.
He was the son of Theobald III of Champagne and Blanca of Navarre, the youngest daughter of Sancho VI of Navarre.
He was succeeded first by his elder son Theobald II of Navarre and then by his younger son Henry I of Navarre, both children of his third marriage.
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 Tull Family: BLOIS Family
Blois was born in of, Blois, Loir-Et-Cher, France 1045.
Thibaud Iv (Ii) Champagne was born in of, Blois, Loir-Et-Cher, France 1093.
Eudes De Blois was born in of, Blois, Loir-Et-Cher, France 1107.
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 Blois   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Theobald III of Blois, Count of Blois, b abt 1019, France, d 1089.
She md Baldwin VI of Hainault, Count of Hainault and Flanders, abt 1190, son of Baldwin V of Hainault, Count of Hainault and Flanders, and Margaret of Lorraine.
Theobald I of Navarre, King of Navarre, Count of Champagne, b 1201, d 8 Jul 1253.
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 BLOIS - Online Information article about BLOIS
Theobald II., eldest son of Odo I., became count in 996, and was succeeded by Odo II., younger son of Odo I., about 1oo5.
Mary of Avesnes, daughter of Margaret of Blois and her husband, Hugh of Chatillon, count of St Pol.
John of Chatillon, became count of Blois, and was succeeded in 1279 by his daughter, See also:
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 thePeerage.com - Exhibit
In most of the charters issued by Stephen her name was mentioned, and an inscription, until recently legible, on a gate at Blois testifies to a grant of privileges to the town from Stephen the Earl and Adela the Countess conjointly.
Later in 1108 Hugh of Puiset, a powerful neighbour, attacked Adela, and she, with her son Theobald, went to Paris to demand aid of Philip I. The request was granted, and Hugh was defeated by the joint forces of France and Blois.
Theobald, her successor, proved a capable ruler; he named his only daughter Adela, and she became the wife of Louis VII of France, and mother of Philip Augustus.
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 Coins from Chartres
Saint-Aignan belonged to Theobald "le Tricheur" in the early 10th century, but seems to have been freed from Bléso-Chartraine control in the early 11th century, during the term of the Counts of Chartres and Blois Theobald I (995-1004) or Odo II (1004-1037).
D. Legros attributed these coins to Theobald III (1037-1089/90) and explained their very long period of usage by the fact that coins were no longer minted at Blois from about 1100.
Charles de Valois (1270-1325) was the son of Philip III "le Hardi" and Isabelle of Aragon, was the younger brother of Philip IV and father of Philip VI de Valois (1293-1350).
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 BLOIS - Online Informationsartikel ungefähr BLOIS
Theobald I., der Überbrücker an, der Zählimpuls über 940 wurde.
Theobald II., ältester Sohn von Odo I., wurde Zählimpuls in 996 und wurde von Odo II., jüngerer Sohn von Odo I., über 1oo5 gefolgt.
Mary von Avesnes, von Tochter von Margaret von Blois und von ihrem Ehemann, Hugh von Chatillon, Zählimpuls Str.
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 Grafschaft Chartres
Jedoch kam Chartres nicht in den Genuss, Residenz seines Herren zu werden, der hier neben dem Grafen auch der vom König abhängige Bischof von Chartres gelebt hätte.
Theobald I. Graf von Blois und Chartres, heiratet Liutgard von Vermandois, Tochter des Grafen Heribert II.
Odo I.) Graf von Blois und Chartres 978-995, Sohn Theobalds I. Theobald II.
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 Encyclopædia Britannica Australia -
He was the grandson of Theobald III of Blois.
Theobald IV reunited Champagne with Blois and thus again made his house a threat...
He was elected during one of the darkest periods in papal history, caused by the "Cadaver Synod" at which Pope Stephen VI had posthumously deposed and desecrated the disinterred corpse of Pope Formosus.
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 Archdeacons: London | British History Online
Theobald's assessors in no. 113 and that in no. 5, of c.
One of the parties was to begin to erect a wall 'in the middle of the Lent next after the death of M.
This seems to indicate that he is not the M. Peter of Blois, pr.
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 Ancestors and Family of Adele de Blois de Champagne
She was active in the political life of the kingdom, along with her half-brothers Henry I of Champagne, Theobald V of Blois, and William, archbishop of Reims.
Henry and Theobald were married to daughters of Louis VII and his first wife Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Adele married Louis VII the Younger of France Capet, son of Louis VI the Fat of France and Adelaide of Savoy de Maurienne, on 18 Oct 1160.
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