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  1. The County of Ponthieu (French: Comté de Ponthieu, Latin: Comitatus Pontivi), centered on the mouth of the Somme, became a member of the Norman group of vassal states when Count Guy submitted to William of Normandy after the battle of Mortemer. It eventually formed part of the dowry of Eleanor of Castile and passed to the English crown.

  2. John I of Ponthieu (c. 1140 – 1191) was the son of Guy II of Ponthieu and succeeded him as Count of Ponthieu in 1147.

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    Guy I of Ponthieu was born sometime in the mid- to late 1020s and died 13 October 1100. He succeeded his brother Enguerrand as Count of Ponthieu.

    Guy was possibly a younger son of Hugh II, Count of Ponthieu and about 1053 succeeded his brother Enguerrand II, as Count of Ponthieu. However, a contemporary charter describes Guy as Enguerrand's son. The Ponthievin alliance with Duke William of Normandy had earlier been secured by the marriage of Enguerrand to Adelaide of Normandy, Duke William's sister. However, the marriage was apparently annulled due to consanguinity c.1049/50. Enguerrand's and Guy's sister was married to William of Talou,

    His daughter, Agnes, married Robert of Bellême. Their son, William III of Ponthieu, assumed the comital title upon the death of his mother, sometime before 1111.

    Guy was portrayed by Bernard Hepton in the two-part BBC TV play Conquest, part of the series Theatre 625.

  3. He is not known to have ever styled himself Count of Ponthieu. Family. He married c. 994 Gisèle Capet, daughter of Hugh Capet and Adelaide of Aquitaine. His son Enguerrand I of Ponthieu was first to take the comital title after killing Arnold II of Boulogne in battle, sometime

  4. In 1150 the Count of Ponthieu built a fortress for himself at Crotoy, a strategic point on the mouth of the river Somme. The Hundred Years' War. During the Hundred Years' War, Ponthieu changed hands a number of times. The English claimed control of it from 1279–1369 and again until 1435.

  5. Enguerrand I, Count of Ponthieu. This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations.

  6. 14/10/2019 · Posts about Count Guy of Ponthieu written by JuliaH. Guy of Ponthieu captured Harold of Wessex he arrived from England in 1054 and his boat was wrecked off modern day Picardy– whether it was a fishing trip gone wrong or a diplomatic mission to have his brother and nephew released from the custody of Duke William or even on the orders of King Edward.