Guy de Clermont (de Clermont Nesle), Lord of Breteuil and Offemont and a Marshal of France (c.1255 - 1302)

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Birthplace: France
Death: Died in Courtrai, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Cause of death: killed in the Battle of the Golden Spurs
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About Guy de Clermont (de Clermont Nesle), Lord of Breteuil and Offemont and a Marshal of France

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Guy I of Clermont (1286 – Kortrijk, July 11, 1302) was Lord of Breteuil and Offemont and a Marshal of France.

He was the youngest son of Simon II of Clermont and Adele of Montfort.

In 1296 he became Marshal of France, when his elder brother Raoul of Clermont was already Constable of France. Together with his brother, he fought in 1302 against the Flemish in the Battle of the Golden Spurs, and both were killed.

Categories: Marshals of France 1286 births 1302 deaths French military personnel killed in action This page was last modified on 7 October 2011 at 19:51.

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