Louis I "le Boiteux" de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon (1279 - 1342) MP

‹ Вернуться к фамилии de Bourbon

Ваша фамилия de Bourbon?

Исследование фамилии de Bourbon

Geni профиль Louis I le Boiteux, duc de Bourbon

Записей с Louis I de Bourbon

146,984 Records

Share your family tree and photos with the people you know and love

  • Build your family tree online
  • Поделиться фотографиями и видео
  • Технология Smart Matching™
  • Бесплатно!

Поделиться

Nicknames: "Le Boiteux", "le Grand"
Birthplace: Clermont, Oise, Picardie, France
Death: Died in St Jacques, Paris, Seine, France
Occupation: Comte de Clermont et de la Marche, Ier duc de Bourbon (1327), Duc de Bourbon, Cte de Clermont 1315, Cte de la Marche et de Castres 1327, Duke of Bourbon
Managed by: Tina
Last Updated:

About Louis I "le Boiteux" de Bourbon, duc de Bourbon

Louis was born in Clermont-en-Beauvaisis, the son of Robert, Count of Clermont, and a grandson of King Louis IX of France. Louis' mother was Beatrix of Burgundy, heiress of Bourbon and a granddaughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.[1]

He fought on the losing side in the Battle of the Golden Spurs (1302) and in the Battle of Mons-en-Pévèle (1304), but managed to escape unharmed. In 1310, he was made Grand Chambrier of France. In 1327, Charles IV of France persuaded him to exchange the County of Clermont for that of La Marche, and elevated Bourbon to a duchy-peerage. However, Clermont was restored to him by Philip VI of France in 1331. He belonged to Philip VI's small circle of trusted advisors.

Duke Louis is reported to have been somewhat mentally unstable, in particular suffering from nervous breakdowns. The trait is believed to have been hereditary, with his granddaughter Joanna of Bourbon, her son, King Charles VI of France, and Charles' grandson, King Henry VI of England, all displaying similar symptoms.

Family and children[edit]

In 1310, Louis married Mary of Avesnes, daughter of John II of Avesnes, Count of Hainaut and Holland by Philippa of Luxembourg.[2] They had eight children (see below in French translation)

____________________________________________________________________________________

Louis de Bourbon fut Sire de Bourbon, comte de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis (1310), grand chambrier de France (1312), comte de la Marche et de Castres (1322), premier duc de Bourbon et pair de France (1327).

En septembre 1310, il épousa Marie d’Avesnes (1280 — † 1354), fille de Jean II d’Avesnes, comte de Hainaut et de Hollande, et de Philippa de Luxembourg.

Il se signala aux batailles de Furnes, 1297, de Courtrai, 1302, de Mons-en-Pévèle, 1304, et de Cassel, 1328. Charles IV le Bel l'investit de la charge de grand chambrier. Par un traité conclu à la fin de 1327, le roi de France Charles IV le Bel avait échangé le comté de la Marche, constituant précédemment son apanage, contre le comté de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis que Louis de Bourbon avait hérité de son père. C'est à cette occasion que la seigneurie de Bourbon fut élevée en duché. Ce prince passait pour l'homme le plus honnête de son temps.

Descendance

De Marie d’Avesnes, il avait eu :

Pierre Ier (1311-1356), duc de Bourbon

Jeanne (1312-1402), mariée à Guigues VII (1299-1357), comte de Forez

Marguerite (1313-1362), mariée à Jean II de Sully (+1343), puis à Hutin de Vermeilles

Marie (1315-1387), mariée à Guy de Lusignan (1315-1343), puis à Robert de Tarente (+1364)

Philippe (1316-ap.1233)

Jacques (1318-1318)

Jacques Ier (1319-1362), comte de la Marche et de Ponthieu

Béatrice (1320-1383), mariée à Jean de Luxembourg (+1346), roi de Bohême, puis à Eudes II de Grancey (+1389)

D'une relation avec Jeanne de Bourbon-Lancy, dame de Clessy, il eut :

Jean (vers 1297-1375), chevalier, seigneur de Rochefort, d'Ebreuil, de Beçay le Guérant, de Bellenave, de Jenzat, de Serrant et de la Bure, conseiller des ducs de Berry et de Bourbon, Lieutenant du Forez, marié en 1362 à Agnès Chabeu

N ("fille aînée) mariée par contrat en 1317 à Girard de Châtillon en Bazois.

Guy (vers 1299-1349), seigneur de Clessy, de la Ferté-Chauderon et de Montpensier (qu'il reconnut en 1346 mais qui lui fut enlevé la même année), marié en 1315 à Agnès de Chastellus puis entre 1330 et 1333 à Isabelle de Chastelperron.

--------------------

The family of Louis Ier de BOURBON and Marie de HAYNAUT

[129132] BOURBON (de), Louis Ier (Robert de FRANCE & Béatrice de BOURGOGNE [129137]), comte de Clermont

  • married about 1290, from .. (France)

HAYNAUT (de), Marie (..)

     1) Marguerite, marriage contract 1320-07-06 Jean II de SULLY

Bibliographie : Histoire de la maison royale de France (Père Anselme)

http://www.francogene.com/quebec--genealogy/129/129132.php

--------------------

Nascimento: ou c. 1280, ou 1280.

--------------------

Louis I of Bourbon, le Boiteux, the Lame (Clermont-en-Beauvaisis, 1279 – January 29, 1342) was Count of Clermont-en-Beauvaisis and La Marche, and the first Duke of Bourbon.

Life

Louis was son of Robert, Count of Clermont and grandson of King Louis IX of France. Louis' mother was Beatrix of Burgundy, heiress of Bourbon and a granddaughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.

He fought on the losing side in both the Battle of the Golden Spurs (1302) and the Battle of Mons-en-Pévèle (1304), but escaped unharmed. In 1310, he was made Grand Chambrier of France. In 1327, Charles IV of France persuaded him to exchange the County of Clermont for that of La Marche, and elevated Bourbon to a duchy-peerage. However, Clermont was restored to him by Philip VI of France in 1331. He belonged to Philip VI's small circle of trusted advisors.

Duke Louis is reported to have been mentally somewhat instable, a trait of nervous breakdowns presumably hereditary that showed clearly for example in his granddaughter Joanna of Bourbon, the queen, and in her son, king Charles VI of France, as well as down in the line in Charles' grandson king Henry VI of England.

Family and children

In 1310, Louis married Mary of Avesnes, daughter of John II of Avesnes, Count of Hainaut and Holland by Philippa of Luxembourg. They had eight children:

Peter I, Duke of Bourbon (1311–1356), married Isabella of Valois, had issue. Peter was killed at the Battle of Poitiers

Jeanne (1312–1402), married in 1324 Guigues VII, Count of Forez

Marguerite (1313–1362), married on July 6, 1320 Jean II de Sully, married in 1346 Hutin de Vermeilles

Marie of Bourbon (1315–1387, Naples), married first in Nicosia in January 1330 Guy of Lusignan (d. 1343), titular Prince of Galilee, married second on September 9, 1347 Robert of Taranto, the titular Latin Emperor. Only her first marriage produced surviving children.

Philip (1316 – aft. 1327)

James (1318)

James I, Count of La Marche (1319 – 1362), killed at the Battle of Brignais, from whom the later royal Bourbons descend.

Beatrice of Bourbon (1320 – December 23, 1383, Danvillers), married first at Vincennes in 1334 John of Luxembourg, King of Bohemia as his second wife, married herself second c. 1347 Eudes II of Grancey (d. 1389)

--------------------

Louis I, Duke of Bourbon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Louis I of Bourbon, le Boiteux, the Lame (Clermont-en-Beauvaisis, 1279 – January 29, 1342) was Count of Clermont-en-Beauvaisis and La Marche, and the first Duke of Bourbon.

[edit]Life

Louis was son of Robert, Count of Clermont and thus grandson of King Louis IX of France, who never saw him, the son of his youngest son. Louis' mother was Beatrix of Burgundy, heiress of Bourbon and a granddaughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.

He fought on the losing side in both the Battle of the Golden Spurs (1302) and the Battle of Mons-en-Pévèle (1304), but escaped unharmed. In 1310, he was made Grand Chambrier of France. In 1327, Charles IV of France persuaded him to exchange the County of Clermont for that of La Marche, and elevated Bourbon to a duchy-peerage. However, Clermont was restored to him by Philip VI of France in 1331.

Duke Louis is reported to have been mentally somewhat instable, a trait of nervous breakdowns presumably hereditary that showed clearly for example in his granddaughter Joanna of Bourbon, the queen, and in her son, king Charles VI of France, as well as down in the line in Charles' grandson king Henry VI of England.

[edit]Family and children

In 1310, Louis married Mary of Avesnes, daughter of John II of Avesnes, Count of Hainaut and Holland by Philippa of Luxembourg. They had eight children:

Peter I, Duke of Bourbon (1311–1356), killed at the Battle of Poitiers

Jeanne (1312–1402), married in 1324 Guigues VII, Count of Forez

Marguerite (1313–1362), married on July 6, 1320 Jean II de Sully, married in 1346 Hutin de Vermeilles

Marie of Bourbon (1315–1387, Naples), married first in Nicosia in January 1330 Guy of Lusignan (d. 1343), titular Prince of Galilee, married second on September 9, 1347 Robert of Taranto, the titular Latin Emperor. Only her first marriage produced surviving children.

Philip (1316 – aft. 1327)

James (1318)

James I, Count of La Marche (1319 – 1362), killed at the Battle of Brignais, from whom the later royal Bourbons descend.

Beatrice of Bourbon (1320 – December 23, 1383, Danvillers), married first at Vincennes in 1334 John of Luxembourg, King of Bohemia as his second wife, married herself second c. 1347 Eudes II of Grancey (d. 1389)

открыть все 17

Хронология Louis I le Boiteux, duc de Bourbon

1279
Апрель 1279
Clermont, Oise, Picardie, France
1310
Июнь 1310
Age 31
Pontoise
1311
Апрель 1311
Age 32
Bourbon-l'Archambault, Allier, Auvergne, France
1312
1312
Age 32
France
1313
1313
Age 33
France
1315
1315
Age 35
Moulins (Allier) France
1318
1318
Age 38
France
1318
Age 38
1319
1319
Age 39
France
1342
29 Января 1342
Age 62
St Jacques, Paris, Seine, France