Agnès (De Donzy) De (De Donzy) Chatillon (1200 - 1225)

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Agnès De Donzy De (De Donzy) Chatillon
1200 - 1225
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1200
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1225
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Agnès De Donzy De De Donzy Chatillon was born in 1200. She was born into the De Donzy family and married into the Chatillon family. She died in 1225 at 25 years old.
Updated: February 6, 2019
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Agnès De Donzy De De Donzy Chatillon died in 1225 at 25 years of age. She was born in 1200. There is no information about Agnès De Donzy's family.

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