Maude of Alsace (1163–c. 1210)

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Maude of Alsace (1163–c. 1210)

Duchess of Brabant . Name variations: Matilda of Boulogne. Born in 1163 at Pas-de-Calais, France; died around 1210 or 1211; daughter of Matthew I (Matthieu d'Alsace), count of Boulogne, and Marie of Boulogne (d. 1182); married Henry I (1165–1235), duke of Brabant, in 1179; children: Godfrey de Brabant (b. 1186); Marle de Brabant (b. 1188); Mary of Brabant (c. 1191–c. 1260); Marguerite de Brabant , countess of Guelders (c. 1192–?); Alix de Brabant also known as Adelaide of Brabant (b. 1194); Mathilde de Brabant (b. 1200, who married Floris IV, count of Holland); Henry II (1207–1248), duke of Brabant. Following the death of Maude of Alsace, Henry I married Marie of France in 1213.