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Jean de Lannoy

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Son of Jean Franchimont de Lannoy, II and Jeanne de Croÿ
Husband of Jeanne de Poix, dame de Brimeu, Saint Maxent, de Huppy, etc. and Jeanne de Ligne
Father of Jeanne de Lannoy; Jacqueline de Lannoy; Bonne de Lannoy and Marie de Lannoy
Brother of Antoine de Lannoy, seigneur de Maingoval

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About Jean III, seigneur de Lannoy

  • genealogieonline.nl.... ; en.wikipedia.org.... ;
  • Jan III van Lannoy (1410-1493) was a Flemish statesman in the service of the Dukes of Burgundy.
  • He was the son of Jan II of Lannoy (killed in the Battle of Azincourt) and Jeanne de Croÿ, daughter of Jean I de Croÿ, also killed at Azincourt.
  • As a young man, Jan III had a military career, fighting against the Prince-Bishopric of Liège (1430), England (1436), Lorraine (1440) and the Electorate of Cologne (1447).
  • In 1448 he was appointed by Philip the Good as stadtholder of the County of Holland and Zeeland, a function he held until 1462. Between 1459 and 1463, he was also stadtholder of Walloon Flanders.
  • In 1451 he became a Knight in the Order of the Golden Fleece. In 1452-53 he participated in the submission of the Revolt of Ghent (1449–1453).
  • In 1468 he came into conflict with Duke Charles the Bold because of his good contacts with the French Court. He was forced to flee, but later reconciated with Charles.
  • In 1477 he served Maximilian I of Austria as Chamberlain and conducted several diplomatic missions. He played a very important role in the conclusion of the Treaty of Arras (1482).

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  • Sir Jean de Lannoy, Seigneur de Lannoy, Lis, Rumes, & Sebourg, Governor of Lille, Douai, & Orchies, Bailiff of Amiens, Ambassador to England1,2
  • M, #85837, b. 27 April 1410, d. 18 March 1493
  • Father Sir Jean de Lannoy, Seigneur de Lannoy, Lys, Mingoval, & Wattignies, Governor of Lille3,2 d. 25 Oct 1415
  • Mother Jeanne de Croy3,2
  • Sir Jean de Lannoy, Seigneur de Lannoy, Lis, Rumes, & Sebourg, Governor of Lille, Douai, & Orchies, Bailiff of Amiens, Ambassador to England was born on 27 April 1410.4,2 He married Jeanne de Poix, daughter of Sir Louis de Poix, Seigneur de Brimeu, St. Maxent, & Huppy and Jeanne de Mélusse, before 2 April 1429.1,2 Sir Jean de Lannoy, Seigneur de Lannoy, Lis, Rumes, & Sebourg, Governor of Lille, Douai, & Orchies, Bailiff of Amiens, Ambassador to England married Jeanne de Ligny, daughter of Michel III, Seigneur de Florennes, Barbancon, Maulde sur l'Escaut, & Ponthois, Marshal of Hennegau, Sire de Ligny and Bonne d' Abbeville, circa 1460.2 Sir Jean de Lannoy, Seigneur de Lannoy, Lis, Rumes, & Sebourg, Governor of Lille, Douai, & Orchies, Bailiff of Amiens, Ambassador to England died on 18 March 1493 at age 82; Buried at Lannoy.4,5,2
  • Family 1 Jeanne de Poix d. 25 Jun 1459
  • Child
    • Jeanne de Lannoy+1,2 d. b 1475
  • Family 2 Jeanne de Ligny d. 15 Mar 1494
  • Children
    • Bonne de Lannoy+2,6 d. 22 Apr 1543
    • Marie de Lannoy+7,2 b. c 1465
  • Citations
  • [S2] Detlev Schwennicke, Europaische Stammtafeln, New Series, Vol. XVIII, Tafel 64.
  • [S2] Detlev Schwennicke, Europaische Stammtafeln, New Series, Vol. XXVIII, Tafel 58.
  • [S2] Detlev Schwennicke, Europaische Stammtafeln, New Series, Vol. XVIII, Tafel 107.
  • [S11569] Europaische Stammtafeln, by Wilhelm Karl, Prinz zu Isenburg, Vol. VIII, Tafel 9.
  • [S2] Detlev Schwennicke, Europaische Stammtafeln, New Series, Vol. XVIII, Tafel 97.
  • [S2] Detlev Schwennicke, Europaische Stammtafeln, New Series, Vol. XXVIII, Tafel 60.
  • [S56] Généalogie Famille de Carné.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p2857.htm#i85837

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  • The genealogy, history, and alliances of the American house of Delano, 1621 to 1899. Compiled by Major Joel Andrew Delano, with the history and heraldry of the maison de Franchimont and de Lannoy to Delano, 1096 to 1621, and the royal ancestry of Lannoy from Guelph, prince of the Scyrri, to Phillippe de Lannoy, 476 A. D. to 1621, including other royal lines and a list of the Lannoy chevaliers de la toison d'or [golden fleece] by Delano, Joel Andrew
  • https://archive.org/details/genealogyhistory13dela
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogyhistory13dela#page/n74/mode/1up
  • ANTOINE de LANNOY seigneur de Maingoval [succeeds his bro. Jean II in 1497] [son of Jean de Lannoy & Jeanne de Croy] Premiere Maitre d'Hotel of the Emperor MAXIMILIEN I 1493 1519 married: Marie de Ville dau. of Quentin de Ville seigneur d'Andregmes & his wife Jeanne dame de SANZELLES they had: Jean III who follows — Jeanne de Lannoy married 1st. Philippes Villain seigneur de Lille 2d. Philippes de Poitiers seigneur de la Ferté who died without children in 1503. JEAN III de LANNOY seigneur de Maingoval de Rienlay & de Sanzelles — died in 1498 and was interred at Cannes de Valenciennes married 1st. Catharine de NEUVILLE of the Great maison de Neufville [Eustache de Neufville 1047-1101 d'Arras in Artois. Armes ancient: Or, fretté de gules.] they had: Jean IV who follows. (Jean III) married 2d, Philipote de Lalain dame de Rienlay dau. of Simon de Lalain seigneur de Hantes they had CHARLES lord of Sanzelles [see same further on]. Also a natural son: ANTOINE; bâtard de Maingoval, who was gentleman to the duc d'Arschot married: Goueux — in the chatellênie de Roman they had 1st Baudouin de Lannoy he had 1 — Thierry de Lannoy 2 — Antoine de Lannoy & 2d Robert de Lannoy — who died in the war and was unmarried. His children differenced the armes of Lannoy with a brisure of a rose gules, placed in the middle of the shield, between the three lions (fesse point). This family became known as Lannoy of Frise in (Friesland) the Netherlands. Armes: Arg., (3) trois lions sinople, armé et lampassé gu., crowns
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogyhistory13dela#page/n76/mode/1up
  • or, accompanied with a rose gules, boutonné or; en abime (in the center of the field). Cimier (crest): A moor issuant ceinture (belted) arg., tenant (holding) in right hand an arrow (fléche) or, in barre (bend sinister) the point on high, the left hand resting on his hip. all ppr. Tenants (supporters): 2 moors (Mores) belted arg., each holding in his free hand an arrow or.
  • .... etc.

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  • Dictionnaire De La Noblesse: Contenant les Généalogies, l'Histoire & la ... By François-Alexandre Aubert de La Chesnaye Des Bois
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=6aVBAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA461&lpg=PA461&dq=Jean+lannoy+1498&source=bl&ots=76eWLJrGcI&sig=3KdybO2lqEpHYc8XhwJJGpjmdEs&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CB0Q6AEwADgKahUKEwjlkcLz6ffGAhWXMogKHcfDB4Q#v=onepage&q=Jean%20lannoy%201498&f=false
  • Pg.461
  • .... etc.
  • JEAN DE LANNOY, II. du nom, allié á Jeanne de Croy, de Laquelle vinrent: -- 1. JEAN, qui fuit; -- 2. & ANTOINE, dont il fera parlé ci-après.
  • JEAN, III. du nom, Seigneur DE LANNOY & de Lys, Chevalier de la Toifon d'or, Gouverneur de Lille, de Douay & d'Orchies, Bailli d'Amiens & Ambaffadeur en Angleterre, mort en 1397, avoit époufé 1º. Jeanne de Poix, Dame de Brimeu; & 2º. Jeanne de Ligne-Barbançon. Il eut du premier lit: JEANNE DE LANNOY, femme de Philippe de Hornes, Seigneur de Gaerbeck; & du fecond, entr'autres enfans: - BONNE, DAME DE LANNOY, femme de fon coufin PHILIPE DE LANNOY, seigneur de Santes.
  • ANTOINE DE LANNOY, fils puîé de JEAN, II. du nom, & de Jeanne de Croy, fut premier Maître - d'Hôtel de l'Empereur MAXIMILIEN, & époufa Marguerite de Ville, fille de Quentin, Seigneur d'Andregnies, & de Jeanne, Dame de Sanzelles, dont:
  • .... etc.

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  • Jan III van Lannoy (1410–1493) was a Flemish statesman in the service of the Dukes of Burgundy.
  • He was a member of the noble de Lannoy family. He was the son of Jan II of Lannoy (killed in the Battle of Azincourt) and Jeanne de Croÿ, daughter of Jean I de Croÿ, also killed at Azincourt.
  • As a young man, Jan III had a military career, fighting against the Prince-Bishopric of Liège (1430), England (1436), Lorraine (1440) and the Electorate of Cologne (1447).
  • In 1448 he was appointed by Philip the Good as stadtholder of the County of Holland and Zeeland, a function he held until 1462. Between 1459 and 1463, he was also stadtholder of Lilloise Flanders.
  • In 1451 he became a Knight in the Order of the Golden Fleece. In 1452–53 he participated in the submission of the Revolt of Ghent (1449–1453).
  • In 1468 he came into conflict with Duke Charles the Bold because of his good contacts with the French Court. He was forced to flee, but later reconciated with Charles.
  • In 1477 he served Maximilian I of Austria as Chamberlain and conducted several diplomatic missions. He played a very important role in the conclusion of the Treaty of Arras (1482).
  • From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_van_Lannoy

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