Count Robert Dreux PERCHE, I
- Born: Abt 1123, Reims, Marne, Loire-Atlantique, France
- Married (1): Aft 1139
- Married (2): 1144
- Married (3): 1152, Ende
- Died: 11 Oct 1184-1185, Braines, Loire-Atlantique, France
- Buried: Braines, Loire-Atlantique, France
Other names for Robert were PERCHE Count and DREUX Count.
Ancestral File Number: 8XJ2-BT.
Count of PERCHE, Count of DREUX.
Robert the Bruce King of Scots, Ronald McNair Scott, Carroll & Graf Publishers Inc, New York, 1982
p3: "On 14 October 1285 Alexander III, King of Scotland, married as his second wife Yolande of Dreux, descended from Count Robert I of Dreux, a son of Louis VI of France."
The Political History of England, Vol II, George Burton Adams, 1905, Longmans Green and Co, ChXI, p248:
 "...By the end of June the young bridegroom was at Barfleur preparing to cross the channel with an invading force. But he was not to be permitted to enjoy his new fortunes unchallenged. Louis VII in particular had reasonsfor interfering, and the law was on his side. The heiress Eleanor had no right to marry without the consent of her feudal suzerain. A summons, it is said, was at once served on Henry to appear before the king's court and answer for his conduct,and this summons, which Henry refused to obey, was supported by a new coalition. Louis and Eustace were again in alliance, and they were joined by Henry's own brother Geoffrey, who could make considerable trouble in the south of Henry's lands,by Robert of Dreux, Count of Perche, and by Eustace's cousin Henry, Count of Champagne. Stephen's brother Theobald had died at the beginning of the year, and his great dominions had been divided, Champagne and Blois being once more separated,never to be reunited until they were absorbed at different dates into the royal domain..."
Ch XVIII, p382:  "...On Richard's side the single advantage gained during the campaign was the capture of the cousin of the French king, Philip of Dreux, the warlike Bishop of Beauvais, whose raids along the border and whose efforts at the court of Henry VI of Germany against his release from imprisonment had so enraged Richard that he refused upon any terms or under any pressureto set him free as long as he lived..."
Ancestral File Ver 4.11 8XJ2-BT.
Robert married Countess Agnes ROCHEFORT after 1139.
Robert also married Harvise D' EVREUX in 1144.
Robert also married Agnes De BAUDEMENT in 1152 in Ende.