Princess Marie FRANCE
- Born: Aft 1144
- Married (2): Aug 1206-1210, , , France
Another name for Marie was FRANCE Princess.
Princess of FRANCE.
The Political History of England, Vol II, George Burton Adams Longmans Green and Co, 1905
p271:  "A year later the other branch of Stephen's family came into a new relationship to the politics of France and England. At the beginning of October, 1160, Louis' second wifedied, leaving him still without a male heir. Without waiting till the end of any period of mourning, within a fortnight, he married the daughter of Stephen's brother, Theobald of Blois, sister of the Counts Henry of Champagne and Theobald of Blois, who were already betrothed to the two daughters of his marriage with Eleanor. This opened for the house of Blois a new prospect of influence and gain, and for the king of England of trouble which was in part fulfilled..."
Eleanor of Aquitaine the Mother Queen, Desmond Seward, 1978, Dorset Press, p36:
"As Bernard had promised, the queen gave birth to a child as soon as there was peace. Unfortunately it was a girl. She was christened Marie and was one day to marry Thibault's heir and become countess of Champagne."
p62: "Marie Daughter of Eleanor of AQUITAINE and Louis VII King of FRANCE, Married Henry Count of CHAMPAGNE, Son Henry I of King JERUSALEM."
Marie married Count Henry CHAMPAGNE, son of Count Theobald Champagne BLOIS, IV and Princess Mathilde CARINTHIA.
Marie also married Count Philippe NAMUR, I, son of Count Baldwin HAINAULT, V and Countess Marguerite De Alsace Lorraine FLANDERS, in Aug 1206-1210 in , , France. (Count Philippe NAMUR, I was born in 1174 in , Hainault, Belgium, died on 15 Oct 1212 in Namur, Namur, Belgium and was buried in Namur, Namur, Belgium.)