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Mahaut de Chatillon (d. 1358)

Mahaut de Chatillon (d. 1358)

Countess of Valois . Name variations: Mahaut of Chatillon; Mahaut de Chatillon-Saint-Pol; Matilda de Chatillon or Châtillon; Matilda of Chatillon. Died on October 3, 1358; possibly daughter of Gaucher de Chatillon, lord of Crevecoeur, count of Porcien, constable of France since 1302; possibly daughter of Guido III, count of St. Pol; became third wife of Charles I (1270–1325), count of Valois (son of Philip III the Bold, king of France), in June 1308; children: Isabelle of Savoy (d. 1383); Blanche of Valois (c. 1316–?). Charles' first wife was Margaret of Anjou (c. 1272–1299); his second was Catherine de Courtenay (d. 1307).

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