~1150, Mahaut born in France.
1153, Aubrey II, s/o 80007788. Alberic I & 80007789. Clemence de Bar.
1162, Alberic, count of Dammartin, and his son Alberic [Aubrey] confirmed to the abbey of Charlieu all tha Amauri, Biship of Senlis, possessed in Dammartin. (S) De Caprentier Allied Ancestry, Sellers, 1928.
~1168, Aubrey married Mahaut.
9/18/1180, Philip Augustus succeeded Louis VII as King of France.
1181, Aubrey heir to his father, left France for England.
By 1184, Aubrey de Dammartin, s/o Alberic de Dammartin, chamberlain of France, supported by Simon de Senlis, successfully claimed the have hereditary right to Merton, Oxford. (S) History of the County of Oxford, 1957, V5.
1186-7, Odo de Danmartin 20s, comes Albericus de Danmartin 20s, et in perdone 20s in Norfolk, Suffolk. (S) FMG.
1190-1, Comes Albericus paying 4s 4d in Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire; and of Willelmus de Danmartin, Albericus de Danmartin, each paying 10s, 1 militem, in Norfolk, Suffolk. (S) FMG.
1197, King Philippe Auguste gave Chateau de Dammartin to the count of Flanders.
Bef. 1200, Grant to the Abbey of Muswell by Alberic Count of Dammartin, with the assent of his son and heir Reginald. (S) The Cartulary of Missenden Abbey, V12, 1962, P64.
9/19/1200, Aubrey, Count of Dammartin, seigneur of Lillebonne-en-Normandie, died in England. (S) Araviae Regiae, Brydges, 1820, P39.
(S) The Record of the House of Gournay, Gurney, 1845, P84. (S) Comptes Rendus et Mémories, Soc. d’Historie et Arch. De Senlis, 1900, P196 [French].
Children of Aubrey and Mahaut:
i. Agnes de Dammartin (47279589), born ~1172 in Dammartin-en-Goele, Seine-et-Marne, France.
ii. Juliane of Dammartin (20001947), born ~1175 in Dammartin-en-Goele, Seine-et-Marne, France.
iii. Alix de Dammartin, born ? in France.
Alix married John, lord of Trie and Moncey en Beauvoisis.
iii. Renaud de Dammartin, born ? in France.
Renaud married Marie de Chatillon.
Renaud married Ida of Flanders, Countess of Boulogne, widow of Gerard, count of Guelders.
Reginald, count of Boulogne, commissioned an early translation of ‘Pseudo-Turpin’.
8/18/1199, Reginald aligned himself with King John of England against France by the Treaty of Chateau Gaillard.
1203, Reginald switched sides and joined King Philip, losing his English lands.
1205, King Philip restored Chateau de Dammartin to Renaud.
1214, Reginald, supporting King John, captured at the battle of Bovines.
1227, Reginald died.
Children: Mahaut de Dammartin, countess of Dampmartin and Boulogne. [No children by 2 husbands.]
v. Simon de Dammartin (23638790), born 1180 in Dammartin-en-Goele, Seine-et-Marne, France.