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Archambaud IX de Dampierre

Male 1205 - 1249  (44 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Archambaud IX de Dampierre was born 1205 (son of Archambaud VIII de Dampierre and Guigone de Forez); died 15 Jan 1249, Cyprus.

    Notes:

    Lord of Bourbon. Died on the Seventh Crusade.

    Douglas Richardson's Royal Ancestry gives this Archambaud as a son of Beatrix, his father's second wife.

    Archambaud married Yolande de Châtillon. Yolande (daughter of Guy de Châtillon and Agnès de Donzy) died Aft Aug 1254. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Mahaut II de Dampierre was born Between 1234 and 1235; died 1262.
    2. Agnès de Dampierre was born 1237; died 7 Sep 1288.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Archambaud VIII de Dampierre was born Abt 1187 (son of Guy II de Dampierre and Mahaut I de Bourbon); died 1242.

    Notes:

    Seigneur de Bourbon. Died in battle.

    Archambaud married Guigone de Forez 1205. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Guigone de Forez
    Children:
    1. 1. Archambaud IX de Dampierre was born 1205; died 15 Jan 1249, Cyprus.
    2. Marguerite de Bourbon was born Abt 1211; died 12 Apr 1256.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Guy II de Dampierre was born Abt 1160 (son of Guillaume I de Dampierre and Ermengarde de Mouchy); died 18 Jan 1216; was buried , Abbey of St. Laumer, Blois, Lois-et-Cher, France.

    Notes:

    Seigneur de Bourbon, de Montluçon. Constable of Champagne. Went on the Third Crusade in 1189.

    Guy married Mahaut I de Bourbon. Mahaut (daughter of Archambaud VIII de Bourbon and Alix of Burgundy) was born Abt 1166; died 18 Jun 1228. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Mahaut I de Bourbon was born Abt 1166 (daughter of Archambaud VIII de Bourbon and Alix of Burgundy); died 18 Jun 1228.

    Notes:

    From Leo van de Pas:

    Mahaut was born in the mid to late 1160s, the only child of Archambaud VIII de Bourbon and Alix 'Ducissa' de Bourgogne. Her father, the heir apparent to Bourbon, died in 1169 without ever inheriting the lordship. Her grandfather Archambaud VII, sire de Bourbon, died in 1173. Since Mahaut was his only surviving grandchild, she inherited Bourbon in her own right.

    Before 1183 Mahaut married Gaucher IV de Vienne, sire de Salins et de Bracon, son of Gérard I, comte de Mâcon et de Vienne, and Guyonne de Salins. After he returned from the Third Crusade, they frequently quarrelled. In the end he became violent and had her locked up. She fled to her grandmother's estate in Champagne. During her escape she allegedly also used violence, and for this she was excommunicated by Archbishop Henri de Sully of Bourges. After she arrived in Champagne, she asked Pope Celestine III for a divorce from her husband, arguing that Gaucher IV and she were close relatives and that the marriage therefore had been inadmissible. The pope charged the bishops of Autun and Troyes and the abbot of Monthiers-en-Argonne with investigating her claim. These men found that Mahaut and her husband were third cousins, as they were both great-great-grandchildren of Guillaume I, comte de Bourgogne, and that therefore her claim that they were too closely related was justified. The pope granted the divorce and also lifted the excommunication. Mahaut and Gaucher had a daughter Marguerite who became the second wife of Guillaume I, comte de Forcalquier, and then married Josserand, sire de Brancion, but did not have progeny.

    In September 1196, only a few months after her divorce, Mahaut married Guy II de Dampierre, seigneur de Montluçon, son of Guillaume I de Dampierre and Ermengarde (Basilie) de Mouchy. Thus the Bourbonnais fell to the house of Dampierre. Mahaut and Guy had six children, of whom Archambaud VIII, Guillaume, Philippe (Mahaut) and Marie would have progeny.

    The marriage lasted 20 years, Guy dying in 1216. Mahaut died on 18 June 1228, twelve years after her husband. After her death, her daughter Marguerite from her first marriage claimed the lordship of Bourbon. Guy had initially recognised Marguerite as heir to Bourbon, but he later claimed the lordship for his oldest son Archambaud VIII. In the end Archambaud prevailed.

    Children:
    1. Marie de Dampierre-sur-l'Aube died Bef Nov 1245.
    2. 2. Archambaud VIII de Dampierre was born Abt 1187; died 1242.
    3. Guillaume de Dampierre was born 1196; died 3 Sep 1231.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Guillaume I de Dampierre (son of Guy I de Dampierre and Helvide de Baudement).

    Notes:

    Living 1161.

    Guillaume married Ermengarde de Mouchy. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Ermengarde de Mouchy (daughter of Dreux IV de Mouchy and Adelaide).

    Notes:

    Also called Basilie de Mouchy.

    Children:
    1. Elisabeth de Dampierre
    2. 4. Guy II de Dampierre was born Abt 1160; died 18 Jan 1216; was buried , Abbey of St. Laumer, Blois, Lois-et-Cher, France.

  3. 10.  Archambaud VIII de Bourbon was born 29 Jun 1140 (son of Archambaud VII de Bourbon and Agnes of Savoy); died 26 Jul 1169.

    Archambaud married Alix of Burgundy Abt 1164. Alix (daughter of Odo II of Burgundy and Marie de Champagne) was born 1146; died 1192, Fontévrault Abbey, near Chinon, Anjou, France. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Alix of Burgundy was born 1146 (daughter of Odo II of Burgundy and Marie de Champagne); died 1192, Fontévrault Abbey, near Chinon, Anjou, France.

    Notes:

    Called "Ducissa." Married only once, she died as a nun.

    Children:
    1. 5. Mahaut I de Bourbon was born Abt 1166; died 18 Jun 1228.