François 1er de Bourbon, comte de Saint-Pol et de Chaumont

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Birthdate:
Birthplace: Ham, Somme, Picardy, France
Death: September 01, 1545 (53)
Cotignan, Reims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France
Place of Burial: 12 Rue Raoul Auvray, Valmont, Seine-Maritime, Normandie, 76540, France
Immediate Family:

Son of François de Bourbon, comte de Vendôme and Marie de Luxembourg, comtesse de Saint Pol
Husband of Adrienne d'Estouteville, duchess d’Estouteville
Father of François de Bourbon, duc d’Estouteville and Marie de Bourbon, duchess d’Estouteville
Brother of Charles IV de Bourbon, duc de Vendôme; Jacques de Bourbon; Louis de Bourbon-Vendôme, évêque de Laon; Antoinette de Bourbon-Vendôme and Louise de Bourbon, abbesse de Fontevrault
Half brother of Françoise-Louise De Nassau-Breda

Occupation: comte de Saint-Pol et de Chaumont, baron de Mortagne, duc d’Estouteville, governor of the Dauphiné
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About François 1er de Bourbon, comte de Saint-Pol et de Chaumont

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_de_Bourbon,_Count_of_St._Pol

Francis I de Bourbon-Saint-Pol, Count of St. Pol and of Chaumont (Ham, Somme, October 6, 1491 – Cotignan, near Reims, 1 September 1545), was a French nobleman, Count of Saint-Pol, Duke of Estouteville from 1537, and important military commander during the Italian Wars.

Francis was the second son of Francis, Count of Vendôme and Marie of Luxembourg, Countess of Vendôme.

He was knighted by Pierre Terrail, seigneur de Bayard after the Battle of Marignano in 1515.

He participated in the defence of Mézières in 1521, fought under Bonnivet and Bayard at the lost Battle of the Sesia (1524) and was made prisoner in the Battle of Pavia in 1525.

In 1527 he became governor of the Dauphiné, and was as such responsible for the French operations against Savoy and Piedmont. His army was destroyed and he was taken prisoner in the Battle of Landriano, until the Treaty of Cambrai in 1529.

He was also present at the meeting between Francis I of France and Pope Clement VII in Marseille in 1533.

In 1543, he was part of the French command against the English and Spanish in Picardy.

In the Italian War of 1542–1546, he was charged with the conquest of Savoy. He advised against the Battle of Ceresole (1544), but was overruled by Blaise de Lasseran-Massencôme, seigneur de Montluc, who won the battle.

Marriage and children He married in 1534 with Adrienne, duchesse d’Estouteville (died 1560) and had 2 children : Francis II de Bourbon-Saint-Pol (1536-1546) Marie (1539-1601), his successor, married Léonor d'Orléans, duc de Longueville ———————————-

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5. FRANÇOIS de Bourbon (1470-Vercelli 3 Oct 1495, bur Vendôme Saint-Georges). Comte de Vendôme., de Saint-Pol, de Conversano, de Marle et Soissons, Vicomte de Meaux, Seigneur d’Epernon, Gravelines, Dunkerque, Ham, a Roche, Bohain et Beaurevoir, Châtelain de Lille.

m (contract Château de Ham, Somme 8 Sep 1487) as her second husband, MARIE de Luxembourg, widow of JACQUES de Savoie Comte de Romont Baron de Vaud, daughter of PIERRE de Luxembourg Comte de Brienne, de Saint-Pol, de Marle et de Soissons & his wife Marguerite de Savoie (-Château de La Fère en Picardie 1 Apr 1546, bur Vendôme Saint-Georges). Père Anselme records her marriage contract dated 8 Sep 1487 at Ham[426]. She succeeded her father 1482 as Ctss de Saint-Pol, de Ligny, de Marle et de Soissons.

Mistress (1): ISABELLE de Grigny, daughter of JACQUES de Grigny & his wife --- de Longueval. Père Anselme names her as mother of Jacques, and names her parents, without citing any primary source on which the information is based[427]. François & his wife had six children:

a) CHARLES de Bourbon (Vendôme 2 Jun 1489-Amiens 25 Mar 1537, bur Vendôme Saint-Georges). Comte de Vendôme. Created Duc de Vendôme Feb 1514 (registered 6 Mar). On the death of his distant cousin (and brother-in-law) Charles IV Duc d'Alençon in 1525 he became "premier prince du sang de France". - DUCS de VENDÔME, KINGS of FRANCE (BOURBON).

b) JACQUES de Bourbon (Vendôme 6 Jul 1490-16 Aug 1491).

c) FRANÇOIS de Bourbon (Ham 6 Oct 1491-Cotignan near Reims 1 Sep 1545, bur abbaye de Vallemont). Comte de Saint-Pol et de Chaumont, baron de Mortagne. Duc d’Estouteville.

m (contract Paris 9 Feb 1535) ADRIENNE d’Estouteville Duchesse d’Estouteville, daughter of JEAN d’Estouteville Seigneur d’Estouteville & his wife Jacqueline d’Estouteville (20 Oct 1512-Trie [15/31] Dec 1560, bur Vallemont). Père Anselme records her marriage contract dated 9 Feb 1534 (O.S.?)[428]. François & his wife had two children:

i) FRANÇOIS de Bourbon (Hambye 14 Jan 1536-4 Oct 1546, bur Vallemont). Duc d’Estouteville.

ii) MARIE de Bourbon (La Fère en Picardie 30 May 1539-Pontoise 7 Apr 1601, bur Vallemont). Père Anselme records the contract for her first marriage dated 14 Jun 1557 and her second marriage dated 2 Oct 1560[429]. Dss d’Estouteville. m firstly (contract 14 Jun 1557) her first cousin, JEAN de Bourbon Comte de Soissons et d’Enghien, son of CHARLES de Bourbon Duc de Vendôme & his wife Françoise d’Alençon (Château de la Fére en Picardie 6 Jul 1528-killed in battle Saint-Quentin 10 Aug 1557). m secondly (contract 2 Oct 1560) as his second wife, FRANÇOIS Duc de Nevers, son of CHARLES Comte de Nevers et de Rethel & his wife Marie dÁlbret Ctss de Rethel (Cussy-sur-Loire 2 Sep 1516-Nevers 13 Feb 1562). m thirdly (contract 2 Jul 1563) LEONOR d’Orléans Duc de Longueville, son of FRANÇOIS d’Orléans Marquis de Rothelin, Comte-prince de Neuchâtel et de Valangin & his wife Jacqueline de Rohan-Gié ([1540]-Blois 7 Aug 1573, bur Châteaudun Sainte-Chapelle).

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François 1er de Bourbon, comte de Saint-Pol et de Chaumont's Timeline

1491
October 6, 1491
Ham, Somme, Picardy, France
1536
January 14, 1536
Hambye, Manche, Normandy, France
1539
May 30, 1539
La Fère, Aisne, Hauts-de-France, France
1545
September 1, 1545
Age 53
Cotignan, Reims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France
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abbaye de Vallemont, 12 Rue Raoul Auvray, Valmont, Seine-Maritime, Normandie, 76540, France