While several standard sources state that Joan Basset was the mother of Alberic II, giving a rough marriage date of Alberic I and Joan as "ca 1160", even if this date is not accurate, it is patently clear that Joan could not have been Alberic II's mother. Joan Basset is known to have married twice before her marriage to Alberic I, with her second marriage occuring "ca 1152". This, combined with all other known chronology for Alberic II and his antecedents, has resulted in a change in thought among the professional genealogical community. It is now accepted that Alberic II was the son of his father's first wife. (Ref; Geneajourney 30 Nov 2014)
- 1. Renaud, Count of Dammartin, who was deprived of Dammartin by Philip Augustus
- 2. Simon, Count, jure uxoris, of Ponthieu
- 3. Raoul
- 4. Alice, m. Jean de Trie
- 5. Agnes, m. William de Fiennes
- 6. Clemence m. Jacques de St.Omer
- 7. Juliane m. Hugh de Gournay
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- Larry Foster - Family Tree DNA yDNA 37 markers
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