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  1. Noble family. House of Bellême. Spouse (s) Beatrice of Saint-Pol. Father. Guy II of Ponthieu. Mother. Ida. 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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  2. Born. c. 1140. Died. 1191. John I of Ponthieu(c. 1140–1191) was the son of Guy II of Ponthieuand succeeded him as Count of Ponthieuin 1147. He married Beatrice of Saint-Pol, and was succeeded by his son William IV Talvas. [1] Notes. ↑DeBacker, D. M., Gathering Leaves, ( Lulu.com, 2008), 252.

  3. Roman Catholicism. John I of Ponthieu (d. July 11, 1302, Kortrijk, County of Flanders, Kingdom of France) was Count of Aumale . He was son of Ferdinand II, Count of Aumale, and Laura of Montfort. After the death of his father in 1260, he became co-ruler in the County of Aumale with his grandmother Joan. They reigned together until her death in 1279.

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    John I of Ponthieu (c. 1140 - 1191) was the son of Guy II of Ponthieu and succeeded him as Count of Ponthieu in 1147.[1] War with Normandy John attacked Normandy in 1166 and 1168,[2] in response to King Henry II of England's confiscation of the castles at Alençon, La Roche-Mabile and the Alenconnais.[3]

  5. John I of Ponthieu was the son of Guy II of Ponthieu and succeeded him as Count of Ponthieu in 1147.

  6. John I of Ponthieu (d. July 11, 1302, Kortrijk, County of Flanders, Kingdom of France) was Count of Aumale. He was son of Ferdinand II, Count of Aumale, and Laura of Montfort. After the death of his father in 1260, he became co-ruler in the County of Aumale with his grandmother Joan. They reigned together until her death in 1279.

  7. John I of Ponthieu (c. 1140–1191) was the son of Guy II of Ponthieu and succeeded him as Count of Ponthieu in 1147. He married Beatrice of Saint-Pol and was succeeded by his son William IV Talvas. parent