Jaime I Aragón

Jaime I de Aragón (1208 - 1271)

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Jaime I de Aragón
Born in Montpellier, Herault, Languedoc-Roussillon, Francemap
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Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Husband of — married [location unknown]
Husband of — married in Barcelona, Barcelona, Spainmap
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Died in Monasterio Cistercio, Algerica, Aragon, Spainmap
Profile last modified | Created 2 Jun 2012
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Biography

King James I of Aragon called 'The Conqueror' was the son of King Pedro II and born in Montpellier, France on Feb 1 1207. He succeeded his father as king i n 1213 at age six. Sixteen years later James began his conquest of the Balearic Islands, gaining full control in 1235. After a three- year campaign, he captured the Moorish controlled city of Valencia. He concluded a code of laws in 1247 and ended the territorial disputes between Aragon and France with the treaty of Corbeil with King Louis IX i n 1258. He spent the rest of his life dedicated to expelling the moors from the Spanish peninsula. Upon his death he divided his kingdom between his two sons, which ultimately led to conflict.

El Rey Don Jayme Primero de Aragon, cuya ascendiencia referiremos en lugar mas oportuno, en Doña Berenguela Fernández Alfonso, hija de Don Alonso Infante de Molina, tuvo por hijo à Don Pedro Fernández primero Señor de la varonìa de Hijar, el qual casò de segundo matrimonio con Doña Marquesa de Navarra, hija del Rey Don Theobaldo primero de Navarra, y de este matrimonio fuè hijo Don Pedro Fernández de Híjar segundo Señor de esta Casa, quien de su tercera muger Doña Cecilia de Anglesola tuvo por hijo à Don Alonso Fernández de Híjar tercero Señor de esta Casa, el qual casò con Doña Theresa de Alagòn, hija de D. Artal de Alagòn Rico-hombre, Señor de Sastago, y de su muger Doña Toda Ximenez de Urrea, de cuya union tuvo Don Alonso por hijo à Don Pedro Fernández de Híjar quarto Señor de esta Casa, el qual celebrò primero matrimonio con Doña Violante Cornel y Luna, hija de Don Luis Cornel Rico-hombre, Señor de Aljafarin , y de su muger Doña Brianda de Luna, y de esta primera union naciò Don Alonso...Don Alonso Fernández de Híjar fuè quinto Señor de esta Casa, y tuvo por muger à Doña Toda Centelles, hija de Don Gilabert Centelles Señor de Nulles, y de su muger Doña Toda Bilanova, y fuè hijo, y sucessor de Don Alonso, Don Juan Fernández de Híjar, llamado el grande Orador, sexto Señor de esta Casa.... [1]

Sources

  1. ASTURIAS - ILUSTRADA, ORIGEN DE LA NOBLEZA DE ESPAÑA, SU ANTIGUEDAD , Y DIFERENCIAS, TOMO SEGUNDO, QUE TRATA DE LA VARONIA Y ORIGEN DE LAS PRINCIPALES FAMILIAS DE ESPAÑA, SU AUTOR DON JOSEPH MANUEL TRELLES VILLA DE M0R0S, QUIEN LE DEDICA AL SERENISSIMO SEÑOR, EL SEÑOR D. FERNANDO DE BORBON, PRINCIPE DE ASTURIAS. CON PRIVILEGIO. EN MADRID: En la Imprenta de Joachin Sanchez. Año de M.DCCXXXIX.


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