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  1. Guy I of Ponthieu (also known in the Bayeux Tapestry as Wido) was born sometime in the mid- to late 1020s and died 13 October 1100. He succeeded his brother (or possibly father) Enguerrand as Count of Ponthieu. Life. Guy was a son of Hugh II, Count of Ponthieu and Bertha of Aumale. [1] .

  2. 26 de abr. de 2022 · Ponthieu, Somme, Picardy, France. Death: October 13, 1101 (49-58) Abbeville, Comté de Ponthieu, France. Immediate Family: Son of Enguerrand de Ponthieu, II, Comte de Ponthieu, Comte de Montreuil, Sire d'Aumale and Adelaide of Normandy, countess of Aumale. Husband of Adila de Ponthieu and Ada de Ponthieu.

    • circa 1047
    • Terry Jackson (Switzer)
    • Ponthieu, Somme, Picardy, France
  3. 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 the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy after the battle of Mortemer.

  4. Guy I de Montreuil Count of Ponthieu was born in Picardie, France as the son of Hugues II de Ponthieu comte de Ponthieu and Bertha d' Aumale dame d'Aumale. He married Adila d’Amiens about 1053, in France. They were the parents of at least 4 sons and 6 daughters. He registered for military service in 1054.

    • Male
    • Adila D’Amiens
  5. 14 de oct. de 2019 · Guy, the count on the Bayeaux tapestry, sought to be revenged for his brother’s death by joining forces against William. Unfortunately he was captured following the Battle of Mortemer (6 th Feb 1054) and spent the next two years in custody at Bayeux until he was released having sworn fealty to Duke William.

  6. Name Meaning. de. Montreuil. Guy. Some characteristic forenames: Indian Dilip, Anirban, Gopal, Alok, Anindya, Arunava, Asit, Asok, Dibyendu, Goutam, Indra, Indranil. Indian: variant of Dey . Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › PonthieuPonthieu - Wikipedia

    However, Harold shipwrecked at Ponthieu, where he was taken captive by Guy I (or Wido according to the Bayeux Tapestry), the then Count of Ponthieu. It is alleged that William (Duke of Normandy, later William I of England), discovering that Harold had been taken captive, persuaded Count Guy to hand over his prisoner.