Jan Jacob van Marnix (c.1537 - 1567)

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Nicknames: "heer van Budingen (Beaudrenghien)"
Birthplace: Brussels, Bruxelles, Belgium
Death: Died in Antwerpen, Antwerpen, Flemish Region, Belgium
Cause of death: Gesneuveld
Occupation: Rector van de Universiteit te Dôle
Managed by: Doug Robinson
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About Jan Jacob van Marnix


Jan van Marnix ( Brussels , between 14 February 1537 and 14 February 1538 - Oosterweel , 13 March 1567 ) was a southern Dutch nobleman , brother of Philip of Marnix .

Jan de (of) Marnix, lord of Toulouse , was a member of the ' Compromise ', in which the Calvinist -noble element represented. He designed the first petition and killed in the battle of Oosterweel , often seen as the first battle of the Eighty Years' War

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Brussels, Bruxelles, Belgium
March 13, 1567
Age 30
Antwerpen, Antwerpen, Flemish Region, Belgium