The history of this profile shows that it is apparently the product of an unfortunate merge of two different daughters of John II, both allegedly named Blanche (the name is not confirmed) and both died young; one, born about 1336, was the daughter of John and his first wife, Bonne of Luxembourg; the other, born 1350, was the first of two daughters born to his seconde wife, Jeanne of Boulogne.
Blanche de France, née en novembre 1350, morte peu après, aurait été la première fille de Jean II et de sa seconde femme Jeanne de Boulogne. Son existence n'est pas prouvée et on n'est sûr ni de son sexe, ni de son prénom. Cet enfant n'est pas mentionné par le Père Anselme.
Blanche of France, born November 1350 and died soon afterwards, may have been the first daughter of John II of France and his second wife, Jeanne of Boulogne. Her existence is not proven and neither her name, nor her gender are certain. Père Anselme does not mention her in his list of John II's children.
↑ 1.01.1 Charles Cawley, Medieval Lands: France, Capetian Kings, Chap. 2A Kings of France (Valois), Jean de Valois, consulté le 18 juillet 2017
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