Enguerrand VII de Coucy, KG (1340 – 18 February 1397, in captivity at Bursa), also known as Ingelram de Coucy, was a 14th-century French nobleman, the last Sieur de Coucy, and the son-in-law of King Edward III of England and Philippa of Hainault. Following his marriage to Edward's daughter Isabella of England (1332–1382), Coucy also held the English title of 1st Earl of Bedford, among other English estates granted to the couple by Edward III.
He died from the plague.
(Royal Ancestry) He was buried at Villeneuve Abbey near Soissons in France.
Count of Soissons, Earl of Bedford, Seigneur of Coucy, Boissy-en-Brie, la Fere, Marle and Oisy, Earl of Ingelram, 4th Lord Gynes
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