|Margaret of Flanders, Duchess of Brabant|
John I, Duke of Brabant and his wife Margaret of Flanders
|Died||3 July 1285|
|Noble family||House of Dampierre|
|Spouse(s)||John I, Duke of Brabant|
|Father||Guy of Dampierre|
|Mother||Matilda of Béthune|
Margaret of Flanders (died 3 July 1285) was a Duchess consort of Brabant. She was the daughter of Guy of Dampierre and his first wife Matilda of Béthune.
Matilda of Béthune, was countess of Flanders by marriage to Guy, Count of Flanders, and heir to the titles Lady of Béthune, of Dendermonde, of Richebourg and of Warneton, as well as Advocatess of the Abbey of Saint Vaast at Arras. She was the mother of Robert, Count of Flanders, known as Robert of Béthune after his mother.
She married John I, Duke of Brabant in 1273. She was the mother of:
John I of Brabant, also called John the Victorious was Duke of Brabant (1267–1294), Lothier and Limburg (1288–1294). During the 19th century, John I was venerated as a folk hero.
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