Theobald II, Count of Bar

Theobald II (1221– October 1291) was a count of Bar. He was the son of Henry II of Bar and Philippa of Dreux.[1] He became count of Bar when his father was killed during the Barons' Crusade in 1239, but news of Henry's death did not reached him until 1240. As Theobald was still a minor, his mother ruled as regent until 17 March 1242. Theobald's own children included his successor Henry III and the bishop Reginald of Bar.

Theobald II
Theobald II, Count of Bar
DiedOctober 1291
SpouseJeanne of Dampierre
Jeanne de Toucy
IssueHenry of Bar
John of Bar
Charles of Bar
Theobald of Bar
Reginald of Bar
Erard of Bar
Peter of Bar
Philippa of Bar
Alice of Bar
Mary of Bar
Isabelle of Bar
Yolanda of Bar
Margaret of Bar
Philip of Bar
Henrietta of Bar
HouseHouse of Bar
FatherHenry II of Bar
MotherPhilippa of Dreux

Marriage

Theobald II married twice, first in 1245 to Joan, daughter of William II of Dampierre and Margaret II, Countess of Flanders.[2] They were betrothed on 3 May 1243 and married two years later, in March 1245 or on 31 August 1245. The marriage was brief and childless. The next year, in 1246, Theobald married Jeanne de Toucy,[3] daughter of John, Sire de Toucy, de Saint-Fargeau et de Puisaye and his wife Emma de Laval.

Issue

His children with Jeanne de Toucy were:

References

  1. Richard 1983, p. xviii.
  2. Evergates 2007, p. 181.
  3. Wirth & Engammare 2008, p. 68.
  4. Bubenicek 2002, p. 86.

Sources

  • Bubenicek, Michelle (2002). Quand les femmes gouvernent: droit et politique au XIVe siècle (in French). Ecole de Chartes.
  • Evergates, Theodore (2007). The Aristocracy in the County of Champagne, 1100-1300. University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • Richard, Jean (1983). Lloyd, Simon (ed.). Saint Louis, Crusader King of France. Translated by Birrell, Jean. Cambridge University Press.
  • Wirth, Jean; Engammare, Isabelle (2008). Les marges à drôleries des manuscrits gothiques (1250-1350). Librairie Droz.


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