Genealogy Richard Remmé, The Hague, Netherlands » Albéric II de Dammartin de Mello (± 1140-1200)

Personal data Albéric II de Dammartin de Mello 

Sources 1, 2

Relationship Albéric II de Dammartin de Mello

Ancestors (and descendant) of Albéric II de Dammartin

Rothwide Nn
± 1074-????
Clémence de Bar
1110-> 1183
Clémence de Dammartin
± 1120-± 1180

Albéric II de Dammartin
± 1140-1200

± 1165
Aélis de Dammartin
± 1170-± 1237
Agnès de Dammartin
± 1185-± 1233

Household of Albéric II de Dammartin de Mello

He is married to Mahaut (Mabile) de Clermont en Beauvais.

about 1165.

s:ds03.649 et 653; D Michaud


  1. Reinauld I de Mello  ± 1170-1227 
  2. Aélis de Dammartin  ± 1170-± 1237 
  3. Simon de Mello  1180-1239 
  4. Agnès de Dammartin  ± 1185-± 1233 
  5. Clemence de Dampmartin  ± 1168-????
  6. Juliane de Dammartin  ± 1170-1238 
  7. Albéric III de Dammartin  ????-1193
  8. Raes (Erasnus Rasse) 'à la Barbe' de Dammartin  ± 1190-???? 

Notes about Albéric II de Dammartin de Mello

also Alberic.  Count of Dammartin

s:hg76.300; Auréjac

BRIGHT.ged : geeft als zijn moeder Joan Basset, dr van Gilbert Basset & Edith d'Oilly.

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About the surname Dammartin

Historical context

  • The temperature on March 18, 1960 was between 1.7 °C and 3.4 °C and averaged 2.4 °C. The almost completely overcast was. The average windspeed was 2 Bft (weak wind) and was prevailing from the northeast. Source: KNMI
  • Koningin Juliana (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from September 4, 1948 till April 30, 1980 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Koninkrijk der Nederlanden)
  • In The Netherlands , there was from May 19, 1959 to July 24, 1964 the cabinet De Quay, with Prof. dr. J.E. de Quay (KVP) as prime minister.
  • In the year 1960: Source: Wikipedia
    • The Netherlands had about 11.4 million citizens.
    • February 3 » British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan speaks of "a wind of change", signalling that his Government was likely to support decolonisation.
    • February 8 » Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom issues an Order-in-Council, stating that she and her family would be known as the House of Windsor, and that her descendants will take the name Mountbatten-Windsor.
    • April 21 » Brasília, Brazil's capital, is officially inaugurated. At 09:30, the Three Powers of the Republic are simultaneously transferred from the old capital, Rio de Janeiro.
    • June 23 » The United States Food and Drug Administration declares Enovid to be the first officially approved combined oral contraceptive pill in the world.
    • June 26 » Madagascar gains its independence from France.
    • August 1 » Dahomey (later renamed Benin) declares independence from France.

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