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Hugh IV de Bourgogne (of Burgundy), duc de Bourgogne

Nicknames: "Hugh Of /Burgundy/"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Dijon, Cote-d'Or, Bourgogne, France
Death: Died in Villaines-en-Duesmois, Cote-d'Or, Bourgogne, France
Place of Burial: Citeaux, Cote-D'or, France
Immediate Family:

Son of Eudes III, duc de Bourgogne and Alix / Adélaïde de Vergy, Duchesse de Bourgogne
Husband of Yolande de Dreux and Beatriz de Champaña, infanta de Navarra
Ex-husband of Mafalda, infanta de Portugal
Father of Eudes, comte de Nevers; Alix de Bourgogne; Jean de Bourgogne; Marguerite de Bourgogne; Jean de Bourgogne, Seigneur de Charolois and 9 others
Brother of Béatrix de Bourgogne, dame de Montréal; Jeanne de Bourgogne and Guy De Lusignan

Occupation: Duque da Burgundia, DUKE OF BURGUNDY, Duc, de Bourgogne, Comte, d'Auxonne, de Chalon, Roi titulaire, de Thessalonique, Hugn and his wife are both of Capetian descent., Duke of Burgundy, duc de Bourgogne, Kung i Thessalonica 1266
Managed by: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes
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About Hugh IV de Bourgogne (of Burgundy), duc de Bourgogne

Hugues IV de Bourgogne

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Hugues IV, né le 9 mars 1212, mort à Villaines-en-Duesmois le 27 octobre 1272, duc de Bourgogne de 1218 à 1272, roi titulaire de Thessalonique (1266-1272), fils de Eudes III, duc de Bourgogne, et d'Alix de Vergy

Il compta parmi les opposants à la régence de Blanche de Castille et attaqua son soutien, le comte de Champagne en 1229, mais fut contré par la régente.

En 1238, il partit combattre en Terre Sainte dans une croisade menée par le comte Thibaut IV de Champagne et revint en 1241.

Il accompagna ensuite Saint Louis à la septième croisade et fut fait prisonnier à Mansourah. Baudouin II de Courtenay, empereur détroné de Constantinople, lui donna des droits sur le royaume de Thessalonique en échange de son aide pour reconquérir Constantinople.

Il épousa en premières noces en 1229 Yolande de Dreux (1212 † 1248), fille de Robert III, comte de Dreux, et d'Aénor, dame de Saint-Valéry, et eut :

  1. Eudes, (1230 † 1269), comte de Nevers, d'Auxerre et de de Tonnerre
  2. Jean, (1231 † 1267), seigneur de Bourbon et comte de Charolais
  3. Adélaïde de Bourgogne dite Aleyde de Brabant (1233 † 1273), mariée en 1251 à Henri III, duc de Brabant († 1261)
  4. Marguerite († 1277) mariée en 1239 à Guillaume III de Mont-St-Jean (+1256), puis en 1259 à Gui VI, vicomte de Limoges († 1263)
  5. Robert II, (1248 † 1306), duc de Bourgogne

Veuf, il se remaria avec Béatrice de Champagne (1242 † 1295), fille de Thibaud Ier, roi de Navarre et comte de Champagne, et de Marguerite de Bourbon-Dampierre, et eut :

  1. Béatrice (1260 † 1328), mariée en 1276 à Hugues XIII, seigneur de Lusignan, comte de la Marche et d'Angoulême (1259 † 1310)
  2. Hugues (1260 † 1288), seigneur de Montréal et vicomte d’Avallon
  3. Marguerite († après 1300), mariée vers 1272 avec Jean I de Chalon, seigneur d'Arlay (1259 † 1316)

Jeanne, nonne, († 1295)

  1. Isabelle, (1270 † 1323), mariée en premières noces à Rodolphe Ier de Habsbourg (1218 † 1291), empereur romain germanique, puis avec Pierre de Chambly, seigneur de Neauphle

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Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy

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Hugh IV of Burgundy (March 9, 1213 – October 27, 1271) was duke of Burgundy between 1218 and 1271. Hugh was the only son of duke Eudes III and Alice (or Alix) of Vergy. He was married twice, first to Yolande of Dreux, then to Beatrice of Champagne, princess of Navarre, and had the following issue:

   * From Yolande of Dreux, daughter of Count Robert III "Gasteblé" of Dreux and of Braine:
         o Margaret, Lady of Molinot (1229–1277), married William, count of Mont St Jean
         o Eudes, count of Nevers and Auxerre (1230–1266)
         o John (1231–1268), married Agnes of Dampierre and had Beatrice of Burgundy, heiress of Bourbon (through Agnes)
         o Alice (Adelaide of Burgundy) (1233–1273), married Henry III, Duke of Brabant
         o Robert II, Duke of Burgundy (1248–1306)
   * From Beatrice of Champagne, daughter of Theobald IV of Champagne:
         o Hugh, viscount of Avallon (1260–1288), married Marguerite of Burgundy, daughter of John I of Burgundy, Count Palatine.
         o Margaret, Dame de Vitteaux d.1300 married 1272 John de Chalon, Seigneur d'Arlay 1259-1316
         o Joan d.1295
         o Beatrice, Lady of Grignon (ca.1260–1329), married Hugh XIII, count of La Marche
         o Isabelle of Burgundy, Lady of Vieux-Château (1270–1323), married Rudolph I of Germany

In 1239, Hugh joined the Crusade organized by Emperor Frederick II and king Theobald I of Navarre. The Burgundian troops allied with Richard of Cornwall, who took Ascalon and negotiated a peace with Egypt in 1241. Hugh also claimed the Kingdom of Thessalonica, although it had been recaptured by the Byzantines some years before.

Under the rule of Hugh IV, the duchy of Burgundy expanded to include the counties of Chalon and Auxonne.

[edit] See also

   * Dukes of Burgundy family tree

Preceded by

Eudes III Duke of Burgundy

1218–1271 Succeeded by

Robert II

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Categories: 1213 births | 1271 deaths | House of Burgundy | Kings of Thessalonica | Dukes of Burgundy | People of the Sixth Crusade (Christians) | Medieval child rulers

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Hugh IV of Burgundy (March 9, 1213 – October 27, 1271) was duke of Burgundy between 1218 and 1271. Hugh was the only son of duke Eudes III and Alice (or Alix) of Vergy. He was married twice, first to Yolande of Dreux, then to Beatrice of Champagne, princess of Navarre, and had the following issue:

   * From Yolande of Dreux, daughter of Count Robert III "Gasteblé" of Dreux and of Braine:
         o Margaret, Lady of Molinot (1229–1277), married William, count of Mont St Jean
         o Eudes, count of Nevers and Auxerre (1230–1266)
         o John (1231–1268), married Agnes of Dampierre and had Beatrice of Burgundy, heiress of Bourbon (through Agnes)
         o Adelaide of Burgundy, married Henry III, Duke of Brabant
         o Robert II, Duke of Burgundy (1248–1306)
   * From Beatrice of Champagne, daughter of Theobald IV of Champagne:
         o Hugh, viscount of Avallon (1260–1288), married Marguerite of Burgundy, daughter of John I of Burgundy, Count Palatine.
         o Margaret, Dame de Vitteaux d.1300 married 1272 John de Chalon, Seigneur d'Arlay 1259-1316
         o Joan d.1295
         o Beatrice, Lady of Grignon (ca.1260–1329), married Hugh XIII, count of La Marche
         o Isabelle of Burgundy, Lady of Vieux-Château (1270–1323), married Rudolph I of Germany

In 1239, Hugh joined the Crusade organized by Emperor Frederick II and king Theobald I of Navarre. The Burgundian troops allied with Richard of Cornwall, who took Ascalon and negotiated a peace with Egypt in 1241. Hugh also claimed the Kingdom of Thessalonica, although it had been recaptured by the Byzantines some years before.

Under the rule of Hugh IV, the duchy of Burgundy expanded to include the counties of Chalon and Auxonne.

[edit] See also

   * Dukes of Burgundy family tree

Preceded by

Eudes III Duke of Burgundy

1218–1271 Succeeded by

Robert II

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Hugh IV of Burgundy (March 9, 1213 – October 27, 1271) was duke of Burgundy between 1218 and 1271. Hugh was the only son of duke Eudes III and Alice (or Alix) of Vergy. He was married twice, first to Yolande of Dreux, then to Beatrice of Champagne, princess of Navarre, and had the following issue:

From Yolande of Dreux, daughter of Count Robert III "Gasteblé" of Dreux and of Braine:

Margaret, Lady of Molinot (1229–1277), married William, count of Mont St Jean

Eudes, count of Nevers and Auxerre (1230–1266)

John (1231–1268), married Agnes of Dampierre and had Beatrice of Burgundy, heiress of Bourbon (through Agnes)

Alice (Adelaide of Burgundy) (1233–1273), married Henry III, Duke of Brabant

Robert II, Duke of Burgundy (1248–1306)

From Beatrice of Champagne, daughter of Theobald IV of Champagne:

Hugh, viscount of Avallon (1260–1288), married Marguerite of Burgundy, daughter of John I of Burgundy, Count Palatine.

Margaret, Dame de Vitteaux d.1300 married 1272 John de Chalon, Seigneur d'Arlay 1259-1316

Joan d.1295

Beatrice, Lady of Grignon (ca.1260–1329), married Hugh XIII, count of La Marche

Isabelle of Burgundy, Lady of Vieux-Château (1270–1323), married Rudolph I of Germany

In 1239, Hugh joined the Crusade organized by Emperor Frederick II and king Theobald I of Navarre. The Burgundian troops allied with Richard of Cornwall, who took Ascalon and negotiated a peace with Egypt in 1241. Hugh also claimed the Kingdom of Thessalonica, although it had been recaptured by the Byzantines some years before.

Under the rule of Hugh IV, the duchy of Burgundy expanded to include the counties of Chalon and Auxonne.

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Hugh IV of Burgundy (March 9, 1213 – October 27, 1271) was duke of Burgundy between 1218 and 1271. Hugh was the only son of duke Odo III and Alice (or Alix) of Vergy. He was married twice, first to Yolande of Dreux, then to Beatrice of Champagne, princess of Navarre, and had the following issue:

   * From Yolande of Dreux, daughter of Count Robert III "Gasteblé" of Dreux and of Braine:
         o Margaret, Lady of Molinot (1229–1277), married William, count of Mont St Jean
         o Odo (1230–1266), who married Matilda II, Countess of Nevers
         o John (1231–1268), married Agnes of Dampierre and had Beatrice of Burgundy, heiress of Bourbon (through Agnes)
         o Adelaide of Burgundy, married Henry III, Duke of Brabant
         o Robert II, Duke of Burgundy (1248–1306)
   * From Beatrice of Champagne, daughter of Theobald IV of Champagne:
         o Hugh, viscount of Avallon (1260–1288), married Marguerite of Burgundy, daughter of John I of Burgundy, Count Palatine.
         o Margaret, Dame de Vitteaux d.1300 married 1272 John de Chalon, Seigneur d'Arlay 1259-1316
         o Joan d.1295
         o Beatrice, Lady of Grignon (ca.1260–1329), married Hugh XIII, count of La Marche
         o Isabelle of Burgundy, Lady of Vieux-Château (1270–1323), married Rudolph I of Germany

In 1239, Hugh joined the Crusade organized by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II and King Theobald I of Navarre. The Burgundian troops allied with Richard of Cornwall, who took Ascalon and negotiated a peace with Egypt in 1241. Hugh also claimed the Kingdom of Thessalonica, although it had been recaptured by the Byzantines some years before.

Under the rule of Hugh IV, the duchy of Burgundy expanded to include the counties of Chalon and Auxonne.

[edit] See also

   * Dukes of Burgundy family tree

Preceded by

Odo III Duke of Burgundy

1218–1271 Succeeded by

Robert II

This page was last modified on 15 March 2010 at 06:24.

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Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hugh IV of Burgundy (March 9, 1213 – October 27, 1271) was duke of Burgundy between 1218 and 1271. Hugh was the only son of duke Eudes III and Alice (or Alix) of Vergy. He was married twice, first to Yolande of Dreux, then to Beatrice of Champagne, princess of Navarre, and had the following issue:

From Yolande of Dreux, daughter of Count Robert III "Gasteblé" of Dreux and of Braine:

Margaret, Lady of Molinot (1229–1277), married William, count of Mont St Jean

Eudes, count of Nevers and Auxerre (1230–1266)

John (1231–1268), married Agnes of Dampierre and had Beatrice of Burgundy, heiress of Bourbon (through Agnes)

Alice (Adelaide of Burgundy) (1233–1273), married Henry III, Duke of Brabant

Robert II, Duke of Burgundy (1248–1306)

From Beatrice of Champagne, daughter of Theobald IV of Champagne:

Hugh, viscount of Avallon (1260–1288), married Marguerite of Burgundy, daughter of John I of Burgundy, Count Palatine.

Margaret, Dame de Vitteaux d.1300 married 1272 John de Chalon, Seigneur d'Arlay 1259-1316

Joan d.1295

Beatrice, Lady of Grignon (ca.1260–1329), married Hugh XIII, count of La Marche

Isabelle of Burgundy, Lady of Vieux-Château (1270–1323), married Rudolph I of Germany

In 1239, Hugh joined the Crusade organized by Emperor Frederick II and king Theobald I of Navarre. The Burgundian troops allied with Richard of Cornwall, who took Ascalon and negotiated a peace with Egypt in 1241. Hugh also claimed the Kingdom of Thessalonica, although it had been recaptured by the Byzantines some years before.

Under the rule of Hugh IV, the duchy of Burgundy expanded to include the counties of Chalon and Auxonne.

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Hugh IV of Burgundy (March 9, 1213 – October 27, 1271) was duke of Burgundy between 1218 and 1271. Hugh was the only son of duke Eudes III and Alice (or Alix) of Vergy. He was married twice, first to Yolande of Dreux, then to Beatrice of Champagne, princess of Navarre, and had the following issue:

From Yolande of Dreux, daughter of Count Robert III "Gasteblé" of Dreux and of Braine:

Margaret, Lady of Molinot (1229–1277), married William, count of Mont St Jean

Eudes, count of Nevers and Auxerre (1230–1266)

John (1231–1268), married Agnes of Dampierre and had Beatrice of Burgundy, heiress of Bourbon (through Agnes)

Alice (Adelaide of Burgundy) (1233–1273), married Henry III, Duke of Brabant

Robert II, Duke of Burgundy (1248–1306)

From Beatrice of Champagne, daughter of Theobald IV of Champagne:

Hugh, viscount of Avallon (1260–1288), married Marguerite of Burgundy, daughter of John I of Burgundy, Count Palatine.

Margaret, Dame de Vitteaux d.1300 married 1272 John de Chalon, Seigneur d'Arlay 1259-1316

Joan d.1295

Beatrice, Lady of Grignon (ca.1260–1329), married Hugh XIII, count of La Marche

Isabelle of Burgundy, Lady of Vieux-Château (1270–1323), married Rudolph I of Germany

In 1239, Hugh joined the Crusade organized by Emperor Frederick II and king Theobald I of Navarre. The Burgundian troops allied with Richard of Cornwall, who took Ascalon and negotiated a peace with Egypt in 1241. Hugh also claimed the Kingdom of Thessalonica, although it had been recaptured by the Byzantines some years before.

Under the rule of Hugh IV, the duchy of Burgundy expanded to include the counties of Chalon and Auxonne.

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Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy's Timeline

1194
1194
1212
March 9, 1212
Dijon, Cote-d'Or, Bourgogne, France
1221
1221
Age 8
Bourgogne, France
1229
1229
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1229
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Burgundy,,,France
1231
1231
Age 18
Dijon,Cote Dor,Bourgogne,France
1231
Age 18
1233
1233
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1233
Age 20
Dijon, Cote-d'Or, Bourgogne, France
1248
1248
Age 35
Paris, Île-de-France, France