Jacques de Lalaing, seigneur de Bugnicourt

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Jacques de Lalaing

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Death: Died
Cause of death: Meurt en bataille lors des révoltes de Gand
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Son of Guillaume I, seigneur de Lalaing and Jeanne de Créquy, dame de Bugnicourt
Brother of Yolande de Lalaing; Isabeau de Lalaing; Jean de Lalaing and Antoine de Lalaing
Half brother of Marguerite de La Trémoille; Jeanne de La Trémoïlle; Jean de la Trémoille and Jeanne de La Trémoille, 'la jeune"

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About Jacques de Lalaing, seigneur de Bugnicourt

Jacques de Lalaing

Jacques was a Walloon knight of the 15th century. He was originally in the service of the Duke of Cleves and afteerwards in that oif the "Duke of Burgandy, Philip III, the good", gaining great renown by his prowess in the tiltyard.

The Duke of Burgandy entrusted hin with embassies to the pope and the king of France (in 1451, Charles VII), and subsequently sent him to put down the revolt of the inhaitants of Ghent, in which expedition he was killed. He was the first of European nobility to be killed by a gun. (The golden age of Burgandy, Joseph Calmette) (Ann)

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Jacques de Lalaing, seigneur de Bugnicourt's Timeline

1421
1421
1453
1453
Age 32