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Margaret of Flanders was born 1272 to Gui de Dampierre (1225-1305) and Isabella von Luxemburg (1247-1298) and died 1331 in 's Gravendal of unspecified causes. She married Alexander of Scotland (1264-1284) 14 November 1282 JL in Roxburgh. She married Reinoud I van Gelre (c1255-1326) 1286 JL . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), William I of England (1027-1087), Hugh Capet (c940-996). Ancestors are from France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, the Byzantine Empire.

Margaret of Flanders is easily confused with her half-sister Margaret of Flanders.


Offspring of Margaret de Dampierre and Reinoud I van Gelre (c1255-1326)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Reinoud II van Gelre (c1295-1343) 1295 1343 Sophia Berthout van Mechelen (?-?)
Eleanor of England (1318-1355)

Margaretha van Gelre (-)
Gwijde van Gelre (?-?)
Elisabeth van Gelre (c1290-?)
Filipa van Gelre (c1290-?)

Common ancestors of Margaret of Flanders (1272-1331) and Alexander of Scotland (1264-1284)

  1. Agnès de Baudement (1130-1204)
  2. Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204)
  3. Raoul I de Coucy (c1134-1191)
  4. Robert I de Dreux (c1123-1188)
    Common ancestors of Margaret of Flanders (1272-1331) and Reinoud I van Gelre (c1255-1326)
  1. Hendrik I van Gelre (c1117-1182)
  2. Hendrik II van Limburg (1110-1167)
  3. Louis VII de France (1120-1180)
  4. Mathilde van Saffenberg (c1120-1145)
  5. Mathilde von Spanheim (c1107-c1160)
  6. Sibylla of Anjou (1116-1165)
  7. Theobald II de Champagne (c1088-1152)
  8. Thierry of Flanders (1100-1168)

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