Note: Mayflower PAF Son of Fernando III and Jeanne de Dammartin; date of his death is not known with any certainty, but he certainly died before his mother Jeanne drew up her testament in 1276. (Had he still been alive at that time, he would have been her indisputable heir for Ponthieu, and in fact in one of his few authentic charters, from 1269, he calls himself "heredero major del condado de Pontis [first heir to the county of Ponthieu]"). He m. Juana de Manzaneda Giron, senora of Gaton, who survived him, and left a son Louis, fl. Apr 1279. He is also said, on slender authority, to have had a daughter Berengaria (OOW?) who m. Maimon "de castro Aulino" before 1290 (F. Menendez Pidal de Navascues, "Heraldica Medieval Espanola, I: La casa real de Leon Y Castille [Madrid, 1982], p. 106). [John Carmi Parsons <firstname.lastname@example.org]
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