Marie of France, Duchess of Brabant From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Marie of France (1198 – 15 August 1224) was a daughter of Philip II of France and his disputed third wife Agnes of Merania. She was a member of the House of Capet . Contents 1 Early life and legitimacy 2 Marriages 3 Ancestry 4 Notes 5 References Early life and legitimacy
Maria of Brabant, Duchess of Bavaria. Maria (centre), with her husband Louis (left) and his second wife, Anna of Glogau (right). Maria of Brabant (1226 – 1256) was a daughter of Henry II, Duke of Brabant, and Maria of Swabia. She married Louis II, Duke of Bavaria, being the first of three wives.
Henry III, Duke of Brabant. Mother. Adelaide of Burgundy. Religion. Roman Catholicism. Marie of Brabant (13 May 1254 – 12 January 1322 ) was Queen of France from 1274 until 1285 as the second wife of King Philip III. Born in Leuven, Brabant, she was a daughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant, and Adelaide of Burgundy. 
Marie d'Évreux was the eldest child of Louis d'Évreux and his wife Margaret of Artois. She was a member of the House of Capet. She was Duchess of Brabant by her marriage to John III, Duke of Brabant. Her paternal grandmother being Marie of Brabant, she was a great-granddaughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant and so, her husband's second cousin. Marie was the eldest of five children born to her parents. Marie's younger siblings included: Charles d'Évreux; Lord of Étampes, Philip ...
Marie's first marriage to Philip I of Namur in 1211, was a diplomatic move by her father, Philip II, to gain control over Flanders and Hainault. The marriage did not produce children and Philip died in 1212. With the death of her first husband, Marie was able to remarry. She married April 22, 1213 in Soissons to Henry I, Duke of Brabant.