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Jean (De Bourbon) de Bourbon (1344 - 1393)

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Jean (Jean I) "Comte de la Marche" de Bourbon formerly De Bourbon
Born in Vendome, comté de Vendôme, Francemap [uncertain]
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Husband of — married in Vendome, Loir Et Cher, Francemap
Descendants descendants
Died in Vendôme, comté de Vendôme, Francemap
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Biography

Jean de Bourbon, (né en 1344 - mort le 11 juin 1393), comte de La Marche (Jean Ier : 1362-1393), de Vendôme et de Castres (Jean VII : 1372-1393), pair de France était le fils de Jacques Ier, comte de La Marche, et de Jeanne de Châtillon. Il est l'ancêtre par les mâles du roi Henri IV de France
Le 28 septembre 1364 à Paris, il épouse Catherine de Vendôme (? 01/04/1412), dont il eut :
* Jacques II, comte de la Marche
* Isabelle de Bourbon La Marche (1373-?) Religieuse à Poissy
* Louis Ier, comte de Vendôme
* Jean, seigneur de Carency
* Anne, mariée à Jean de Berry comte de Montpensier, puis à Louis VII de Bavière.
* Marie
* Charlotte, mariée à Janus de Lusignan, roi de Chypre.
Il combattit à la Bataille de Poitiers et y fut fait prisonnier. Libéré, il accompagna (1366) Bertrand du Guesclin en Castille pour soutenir Henri de Trastamare face au roi Pierre le Cruel.
Dans le Vendômois, il fit reconstruire les châteaux de Vendôme et de Lavardin.


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John of Bourbon-La Marche (John I/VII, Count of La Marche and of Vendôme), (1344 ? 11 June 1393, Vendôme) was the second son of James I, Count of La Marche and Jeanne of Châtillon.
Life
He was captured as a young man at the Battle of Poitiers, but ransomed.
After the death of his father and elder brother following the Battle of Brignais, John succeeded them as Count of La Marche.
He took an active part in the Hundred Years' War, and became Governor of Limousin after helping reconquer it from the English. Later he joined Bertrand du Guesclin in his campaign of 1366 in Castile. In 1374, his brother-in-law Bouchard VII, Count of Vendôme died, and John became Count of Vendôme and Castres in right of his wife.
He joined the campaign of Charles VI 1382 in Flanders (which culminated in the Battle of Roosebeke) and fought in 1392 in Brittany.
He rebuilt the castles of Vendôme and Lavardin.
Marriage and Children
On 28 September 1364, he married Catherine of Vendôme, countess of Vendôme (d. 1412) and daughter of John VI, Count of Vendôme.[1]
He had seven children by Catherine:
James II, Count of La Marche and Castres (1370?1438)
Isabelle (b. 1373), a nun at Poissy
Louis, Count of Vendôme (1376?1446)
John, Lord of Carency (1378?1457), married c. 1416 Catherine, daughter of Philip of Artois, Count of Eu, without issue, married in 1420 at Le Mans, his mistress Jeanne de Vendômois, with whom he had issue
Anne (c. 1380 ? September 1408, Paris), married in 1401 John of Berry, Count of Montpensier (d. 1401), married in Paris in 1402 Louis VII, Duke of Bavaria
Marie (1386 ? aft. September 11, 1463), Lady of Brehencourt, married Jean de Baynes, Lord of Croix
Charlotte (1388 ? 15 January 1422), married in 1411 at Nicosia King Janus of Cyprus
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Sources

  • Histoire généalogique et chronologique de la maison royale de France, des pairs, grands officiers de la Couronne, de la Maison du Roy et des anciens barons du royaume.... Tome 1, par le Père Anselme de Sainte-Marie, continuée par M. Honoré du Fourny, ed. la compagnie des libraires (Paris), 1726-1733 Page: 320 Link, consulté via Gallica le 17 mai 2017


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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Jean I by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA. Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree:
  • Axel Bourbon-Parma : Y-Chromosome Test 38 markers, haplogroup R-Z381, Ysearch TFXJ6
  • João Orléans : Y-Chromosome Test 38 markers, haplogroup R-Z381, Ysearch BNWYZ

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On 27 May 2017 at 06:36 GMT Shelley Freestone wrote:

Comte de Vendôme et de Castres 1371, by right of his wife

On 27 May 2017 at 06:32 GMT Shelley Freestone wrote:

Comte Jean & his wife had [seven] children:



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