The Countship of Sens is located about seventy miles southeast of Paris. It was united with the royal domaine in 1055.
The Seigneury of Milly-la-Fôret is about thirty miles south of Paris. Hughes de Bouville and his descendants held the fiefdom of Milly from 1287 until 1465.
Countship of Brie Champenoise - The area of Brie is to the east of Paris, bounded by the Seine and the Marne. The eastern region is known as Brie Champenoise.
The town and Viscountcy of Melun is about twenty miles southeast of Paris. It was held by Jean II de Melun, who was also count of Tancarville.