Arend I, heer van Egmond en IJsselstein

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Arend van Egmond

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Slot O D Hoef, Egmond-Binnen, Noord Holland, Netherlands
Death: April 09, 1409 (62-63)
IJsselstein, Utrecht, Netherlands
Place of Burial: IJsselstein, Utrecht, Netherlands
Immediate Family:

Son of Jan I, graaf van Egmond and Guyote van Amstel van IJsselstein
Husband of Jolanthe van Leiningen
Partner of NN NN
Father of Gerard I (bastaard) van Berchem; Jan II 'met de bellen', heer van Egmond and Willem van Egmond, heer van IJsselstein
Brother of Bertrade Jan Wouter Bertha van Brederode; Beatrix van Egmond; Gerrit van Egmond; Catharina van Egmond, Vrouwe; Jan van Egmond and 6 others

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About Arend I, heer van Egmond en IJsselstein

  • rootsweb...
  • Father* Jan van EGMOND b. c 1310, d. 28 Dec 1368
  • Mother* Guyote van AMSTEL b. c 1314, d. c 1377
  • Family* Jolanthe (?) b. c 1350, d. 24 Apr 1434
  • Children
  1. Jan Van EGMOND+ b. c 1385, d. bt 4 Jan 1450 - 1451
  2. Willem Van EGMOND b. c 1387, d. 31 Dec 1451
  • Wikipedia-bijdragers, 'Arend van Egmont', Wikipedia, de vrije encyclopedie, 16 juni 2011, 11:05 (UTC),
  • nl.wikipedia....
  • Arend van Egmont (ca.1340 - 9 april 1409) was heer van Egmont, heer van IJsselstein en militair.
  • Hij was een zoon van Jan I van Egmont en Guyota van IJsselstein. Van Egmont zat vanaf 1372 in de ministriaal van Albrecht van Beieren. Hij nam in 1396 deel aan de veldtochten tegen de West Friezen en kreeg in 1398 de heerlijheden van Ameland en De Bilt toebedeeld. Van Egmont kreeg het bevel over de Hollandse troepen die Friesland moesten stabiliseren. Hij leefde in onmin met graaf Willem VI van Holland vanwege zijn Kabeljauws gezindheid. * Van Egmont huwde met Jolanda van Leiningen, waarmee hij minstens twee zonen kreeg:
  1. Jan II, Heer Van Egmond ± 1385-1451, opvolger.
  2. Willem van Egmont ± 1387-1451

English translation

Arend van Egmont

  • born - (ca.1340 - 9 april 1409) was lord of Egmont, Lord of IJsselstein and military.
  • He was a son of John I of Egmont and Guyota of IJsselstein. Egmont sat from 1372 in the ministriaal of Albrecht of Bavaria. In 1396 he took part in the campaigns against the West Frisians in 1398 and received the heerlijheden of Ameland and De Bilt assigned. Egmont was given command of the Dutch troops Friesland had stabilized. He lived in discord with Count William VI of Holland for his Kabeljauws affinities.
  • Egmont married Jolanda of Leiningen, whom he at least had two sons:
  1. John II, Lord Van Egmond ± 1385-1451, successor.
  2. Willem van Egmont ± 1387-1451

references

  • Melis Stoke, Dutch cronyk
  • Johannes a Leydis, Opusculum the gestis regalium abbatum monasterii Athalberti ordinis sancti sancti *Benedicti in Egmonda (written between 1477 and 1484).
  • William Procurator, (translated by M. Gumbert-Hepp, JP Gumbert (ed.), Chronicle. Hilversum, Lost Publishing, 2001.

Stamboom nr. : 836.768.

Generatie : 20.


   April 9, 1409 – Arend, Arnold, Herr Von Egmond died.  Arend was born about 1340, the son of Jan I, Heer van Egmond, and Guyotte van Amstel, heiress of IJsselstein. He was lord of Egmond and IJsselstein. With his wife Jolanda, Gräfin von Leiningen, he had two sons, Jan II and Willem, of whom the former would have progeny. He also had an illegitimate son Willem, bastaard van Egmond. 

From 1372 Arend was a member of the ministry of Albrecht von Bayern, regent of Holland, Zeeland and Hainaut. In 1396 he took part in the campaigns against the West Friesians, and in 1398 he acquired the seigniories of the Ameland and Het Bilt in Friesland. In 1400 he commanded the troops who stabilized Friesland. Because of his allegiance to the Cod party, Arend was in conflict with Albrecht's son and successor Willem VI, Count of Holland, Zeeland and Hainaut. Arend died on 9 April 1409 and was buried in the abbey of IJsselstein. His wife died on 24 April 1434 and was buried in the Dominican abbey in’s-Gravenhage. His grandson, Arnold, became Duke of Guelders. His great-granddaughter, Marie, became Queen of Scotland as wife of King James II. Genealogie der Heren en Graven van Egmond, Den Haag, 1958, Dek, Dr. A. W. E. Page 16.

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Arend I, heer van Egmond en IJsselstein's Timeline

1346
1346
Egmond-Binnen, Noord Holland, Netherlands
1385
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Egmond-Binnen, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
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Slot Egmond Op De Hoef, Egmond Binnen
1409
April 9, 1409
Age 63
IJsselstein, Utrecht, Netherlands
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IJsselstein, Utrecht, Netherlands