Count of Soissons
This is a list of those who bore the title Count of Soissons (French: Comte de Soissons) and ruled Soissons and its civitas or diocese as a county in the Middle Ages. The title continued in use into modern times, but without ties to the actual Soissonnais.
- 988–1047 Adelise, daughter of the previous.
- 1141–1178 Yves II le Vieux (the Old), great-grandson of William Busac
- 1178–1180 Conon, nephew of the previous
- 1180–1235 Raoul le Bon, brother of the previous
- 1235–1270 John II le Bègue (the Stammerer), son of the previous
- 1270–1284 John III, son of the previous
- 1284–1289 John IV, son of the previous
- 1289–1298 John V, son of the previous
- 1298–1306 Hugh, brother of the previous
- 1306–1344 Margaret, daughter of the previous.
- 1346-1350 Louis III, also Count of Blois, son of the previous
- 1350–1367 Guy II, also Count of Blois, brother of the previous.
After the Battle of Poitiers, Louis III sold the County of Soissons to Engeurrand VII in order to ransom his brother Guy.