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Yolande de Lusignan, Comtesse de la Marche MP (1257 - 1314)

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Gui I de Lusignan, Comte de la Marche MP (1260 - 1308)

Guy of Lusignan, Guy of La Marche or Guy of Angoulême or Guy I & I & I de Lusignan (c. 1260/1265 – Angoulême, September 24/November 28, 1308 and buried there), Seigneur de Couhe et...

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Sarrasine de Lezay MP (1067 - 1144)

Hugh married before 1109 Sarrasine or Saracena de Lezay (1067 – 1144), whose origins are unknown. She may have been identical to the Saracena who was widow of Robert I, Count of Sanseverino. A...

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Jeanne de Lusignan MP (c.1262 - 1323)

April 18, 1323 Jeanne de Lusignan died at the Abbey de Valence. Jeanne de Lusignan was born about 1260, the daughter of Hugues XII de Lusignan, comte de La Marche et d'Angoulême, and Jehanne d...

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Jeanne Lusignan, Heiress de Fougères MP (c.1240 - 1269)

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Guillaume de Lusignan, seigneur de Valence MP (c.1160 - c.1208)

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Bourgogne de Rançon, dame de Fontenay MP (1120 - c.1169)

[Medlands] GEOFFROY [II] de Rancon (-1139). The name of his daughter suggests that Geoffroy [III] was the son of Aimery [I] de Rancon and his wife Bourgogne, but the primary source which confirms his p...

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Pierre de Lusignan MP (c.1201 - d.)

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Geoffrey de Lusignan, Comte de Jaffa et d'Ascalon MP (c.1137 - 1224)

Geoffroy de Lusignan Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Aller à : Navigation , rechercher Jump to: navigation , search Geof...

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Amaury II, King of Jerusalem and Cyprus MP (c.1148 - 1205)

Amalric II of Jerusalem From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Amalric II of Jerusalem or Amalric I of Cyprus, born Amalric of Lusignan (1145 – April 1, 1205), King of Jerusalem 1197–1...

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Guy de Lusignan, Roi de Jérusalem MP (c.1159 - 1194)

of Lusignan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Guy of Lusignan, Guy of Jerusalem or Guy of Cyprus (c. 1150 or 1159/1160 – Nicosia, July 18, 1194) was a French Knight who, through marriage...

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Hugues XIII de Lusignan, comte de La Marche MP (1259 - 1303)

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Hugues XII de Lusignan, comte de La Marche MP (c.1240 - c.1291)

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Hugues XI de Lusignan, comte de La Marche MP (c.1221 - 1250)

Hugh XI of Lusignan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hugh XI of Lusignan, Hugh VI of La Marche or Hugh II of Angoulême or Hugues XI & VI & II de Lusignan ( 1221 – 6 April 1250) s...

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Hugues X le Brun de Lusignan, comte de la Marche MP (c.1185 - 1249)

BOOKS The Political History of England,Vol II, George Burton Adams Longmans Green and Co, 1905, Ch XIX, p397: [1200] "...[John] sent off an embassy to ask for a daughter of the king of Portugal. In t...

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Hugues VIII de Lusignan, comte de La Marche MP (c.1106 - 1169)

Hugh VIII the Old of Lusignan or Hugh III of La Marche or Hugues VIII le Vieux de Lusignan was the eldest son of Hugh VII and of Sarrasine or Saracena de Lezay. He became Seigneur de Lusignan, Couh�...

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Hugues IX de Lusignan, comte de La Marche MP (c.1163 - 1219)

: HUGUES [X] "le Brun" de Lusignan, son of HUGUES de Lusignan & his [first] wife Orengarde --- (-Damietta 5 Nov 1219). His parentage is confirmed indirectly by the Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fonta...

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Hugues de Lusignan MP (c.1141 - 1169)

Hugh predeceased his father and so never became Count.--------------------Hugh VIII of Lusignan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia His children were: Hugues de Lusignan, Co-Seigneur de Lusignan in...

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Hugues VII "le Brun" de Lusignan, comte de La Marche MP (c.1065 - 1151)

Hugh VII the Brown of Lusignan or Hugues II de La Marche or Hugues VII & II le Brun de Lusignan (1065 – 1151), Sire de Lusignan, Couhé and Château-Larcher and Count of La Marche, w...

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Hugues VI "le Diable", seigneur de Lusignan MP (c.1039 - 1102)

Hugh VI of Lusignan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hugh VI (c. 1039/1043 – c. 1103/1110), called the Devil, was the Lord of Lusignan and Count of La Marche (as Hugh I), the son and su...

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Hugues V 'le Pieux', seigneur de Lusignan MP (c.1016 - 1060)

Hugh V of Lusignan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hugh V (died 8 October 1060), called the Fair or the Pious, was the fifth Lord of Lusignan and Lord of Couhé. He succeeded his father...

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Hugh IV of Lusignan MP (c.985 - 1029)

Hugh IV (c.1026), called Brunus (Latin for the Brown), was the fourth Lord of Lusignan. He was the son of Hugh III Albus and Arsendis. He was a turbulent baron, who brought his family out of obscurity ...

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Hugh III "The White" de Lusignan MP (c.948 - 1012)

Hugh III (fl. late tenth century), called Albus, was the third Lord of Lusignan, probably the son and successor of Hugh II. He confirmed the donation by one of his vassals of the church of Mezeaux to t...

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Hugues II "the Kind" de Lusignan MP (c.910 - 967)

Hugh II (died 967), called Carus (Latin for the Kind), was the second Lord of Lusignan, the son and successor of Hugh I Venator. According to the Chronicle of Saint-Maixent, he built the castle at Lusi...

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Hugh I "the Hunter" de Lusignan MP (c.885 - c.950)

Hugh I (fl. early tenth century), called Venator (Latin for the Hunter), was the first Lord of Lusignan. He is mentioned in the Chronicle of Saint-Maixent. It has been hypothesised that he was the hunt...

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