Name: Jean I de Trie
Suffix: Count de Dammartin
Death: 11 JUL 1302 in Courtrai, Belgium
Cause: Killed at Battle of the Golden Spurs
BATT: Battle of the Golden Spurs, 1302 (killed)
Change Date: 24 APR 2006
m1. Amaury II de Craon (d 1269).
DAMMARTIN, a small town of France, in the department of Seine et Marne, 22 m. N.E. of Paris. It is well situated on a hill forming part of the plateau of la Goele, and is known as Dammartin-en- Gole to distinguish it from Dammartin-sousTigeaux, a small commune in the same department. Dammartin is historically important as the seat of a countship of which the holders played a considerable part in French history. The earliest recorded count of Dammartin was a certain Hugh, who made himself master of the town in. the 10th century; but his dynasty was replaced by another family in the 11th century. Reynald I. (Renaud), count of Dammartin (d. 1227), who was one of the coalition crushed by King Philip Augustus at the battle of Bouvines (1214), left two co-heiresses, of whom the elder, Maud (Matilda or Mahaut), married Philip Hurepel, son of Philip Augustus, and the second, Alix [b abt 1161], married Jean de Trie, in whose line the countship was reunited after the death of Philip Hurepels son Alberic. The countship passed, through heiresses, to the houses of Fayel and Nanteui.
Father: Mathieu de Trie
Mother: Marsilie de Montmorency
Yolande de Dreux
- Mahaut de Trie
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Title: Stirnet Genealogy
Author: Patrick Barns-Graham