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Hugh II, Count of Blois

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Hugh II of Châtillon (died 1307), son of Guy III of Châtillon, Count of Saint Pol, and Matilda of Brabant, was count of St Pol 1289–1292 and count of Blois 1292–1307.

He married c. 1287 Beatrix of Dampierre, daughter of Guy of Flanders and Isabelle of Luxembourg. They had two children:

Preceded by
Count of Saint Pol
Succeeded by
Guy IV
Preceded by
Count of Blois
Succeeded by
Guy I
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