Theobald III (French: Thibaut; 13 May 1179 – 24 May 1201) was the count of Champagne from 1197 to his death. He was designated heir by his older brother Henry II when the latter went to the Holy Land on the Third Crusade, and succeeded him upon his death.
Otto I (between 1167 and 1171 – 13 January 1200) was Count of Burgundy from 1190 to his death and briefly Count of Luxembourg from 1196 to 1197. He was the fourth son of Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor, by his second wife Beatrice I, Countess of Burgundy, daughter of Count Renaud III.
24/04/2021 · Robert of Vermandois, Count of Meaux and Châlons († 967) Luitgarde of Vermandois (c. 915-20–978), married 940 William I, Duke of Normandy; married secondly, c. 943–44, Theobald I of Blois[c] Their son was Odo I, Count of Blois. Hugh of Vermandois (920–962), Archbishop of Reims
15/01/2020 · About 1111 Theobald, count of Blois, Henry's nephew, relying on his uncle's help, began to make war on Louis on his own account (ib. p. 35). Meanwhile Henry continued his work of repressing the baronage, and in 1110 banished from England Philip of Braiose, William Malet, and William Bainard, and confiscated their lands.