Ferdinand of Castile (b. 1238)
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Ferdinand of Castile B. 1238
Ferdinand of Castile
Infante of Castile
Count of Aumale
Baron of Montgomery
Baron of Noyelles-sur-Mer
SpouseLaura of Montfort
IssueJohn I of Ponthieu
HouseHouse of Ivrea
FatherFerdinand III of Castile
MotherJoan of Ponthieu
ReligionRoman Catholicism

Ferdinand of Castile (1238 - before 1264/1269), Infante of Castile, was the son of King Ferdinand III of Castile and Joan of Danmartin.

He was the Count of Aumale, Baron of Montgomery and of Noyelles-sur-Mer.


He was born in 1238.[1] After the death of his father in Seville on 30 May 1252, Joan of Danmartin and her older son left for France, from which Joan would never return. In France, Ferdinand inherited the County of Aumale and the Baronies of Montgomery and Noyelles-sur-Mer.

Although the date of his death is unknown, some authors put his death before 1264,[2] while others indicate it must have been before July 25, 1269 because, at that time, his brother Infante Luis could be found in Toledo making a donation to the Order of Calatrava entitled "Heir to the County of Pontis".[3]

Marriage and Descendence

He was married to Laura of Montfort, daughter of Amaury de Montfort, Count of Toulouse and Lord of Montfort. The marriage produced one live birth:

  • John I of Ponthieu (died 1302). He inherited the possessions of his father and mother and died at the Battle of the Golden Spurs on about 11 July 1302.[4]

See also


  1. ^ (Evans and Brook 1989, p. 389)
  2. ^ (Evans and Brook 1989, p. 389)
  3. ^ (Ibáñez de Segovia 1777, p. 513)
  4. ^ Charles Cawley (11 Nov 2009). "Foundation for Medieval Genealogy".


  • Evans, Charles F. H.; Brook, Lindsay Leonard (1989), "Occasional publication (Association for the Promotion of Scholarship in Genealogy), No. 2", in Association for the Promotion of Scholarship in Genealogy; Lindsay L. Brook (eds.), Studies in genealogy and family history in tribute to Charles Evans on the occasion of his eightieth birthday (1st ed.), Salt Lake City, OCLC 22235011
  • González, Julio (2009), Editorial Maxtor (ed.), Las Conquistas de Fernando III en Andalucía (in Spanish) (1ª ed.), Valladolid, ISBN 9788497612777

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