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Counts of Blois

The county of Blois was created in 960 and it was located along the river Loire southwest of Paris. Its counts also ruled the neighboring counties of Touraine (908-1044) and Chartres (960-1284). Blois came through marriage to a collateral branch of the French royal house 1397 and it was united with the royal domain 1498 when they inherited the crown.

House of Blois
(viscounts of Blois to 960)

-906
906-943
943- (975)
Garnegaud
Thibaut l'Ancien (the Old)
Thibaut le Tricheur (the Cheater)

County of Blois
 
960-975
975-995
995-1004
Thibaut I le Tricheur (same as above)
Eudes I
Thibaut II
1004-1037 Eudes II
1037-1089 Thibaut III
1089-1102 Étienne-Henri
1102-1151 Thibaut IV le Grand (the Great)
1151-1191
1191-1205
1205-1218
1218-1230
1230-1241
Thibaut V le Bon (the Good)
Louis de Champagne
Thibaut VI
Marguerite
Marie (house of Avesnes)

House of Châtillon
 
1241-1280
1280-1292
1292-1307
1307-1342
1342-1346
1346-1372
Jean I
Jeanne
Hugues II
Guy I
Louis II
Louis III
1372-1381 Jean II
1381-1397 Guy II

House of Valois
(also dukes of Orléans)
 
1397-1407
1407-1465
1465-1498
Louis IV
Charles
Louis V

Blois is united with the royal domain when Louis V become king of France 1498

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