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Glymes family https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glymes_family Descendants of John I, Lord of Bergen op Zoom[edit] John II of Glymes, (1417–1494): marr. to Margaretha of Rouveroy. John III of Glymes(1452 – 1532): knight of the Golden Fleece, married to Adriana de Brimeu. John of Glymes, (1489–1514): killed in a duel. Anna of Glymes, (1492–1541): married Adolf of Burgundy. Maximilian II of Burgundy, marrie to Louise of Croÿ, daughter of Philippe II de Croÿ. Adriana of Glymes, (1495–1524): married Philip I, Count of Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein. Philip II, Count of Nassau-Wiesbaden Philip of Glymes, (1498–1525) Anthony of Glymes, (1500–1541): married to Jacqueline of Croÿ. Robert of Glymes, died 1565: prince-bishop of Liège. John IV of Glymes, (1528) Cornelis of Glymes, married to Maria Margaretha van Strijen, daughter of Arend, Lord of Zevenbergen. Margareth of Glymes, married to Floris van Egmont. Maximiliaan van Egmond Anna van Egmont the Elder, marr. to Count Jan van Horne (1470/75–1540). Philip de Montmorency, Count of Horn, victim of the Inquisition in the Spanish Netherlands. Marie of Glymes, Lady of Zevenbergen (1503–1566): married Louis de Ligne, Baron of Barbançon. Jean de Ligne, Duke of Arenberg Charles de Ligne, 2nd Prince of Arenberg Maximilian of Glymes (†1522) Leonard of Glymes (†1523) Cornelis II of Glymes, died 1560: Prince Bishop of Liège (1538–1544) Lords of la Falize[edit] This branch enherited by marriage La Falize Castle. The descendants of Antoine of Glymes, Lord of Limettes and his 3rd wife Anne of Hosden, Lady of La Falize are named Glymes-Brabant.[5] Their descendants moved to Spain, and made a succesfull career at the Spanish court; amongst them Honor-Ignace de Glymes-Brabant who was in 1765 Viceroy of Navarra. Antoine of Glymes; married to Anne, Lady of La Falize. Gilles I of Glymes, Lord of La Falize; married to Joanne de Cerf. Warnier, Lord of La Falize; married to Marie-Elisabeth of Nassau-Corroy, granddaughter of Henry III of Nassau-Breda Gilles II Alexis de Glymes-Brabant; Lord of la Falize; married to Marie-Agnes de Campenne. Ignace-François de Glymes-Brabant, Lord of la Falize (1677-1755); Captain General of Catalonia. married to Marie-Françoise, daughter of the Marquess of Warigny. Honoré-Ignace de Glymes-Brabant (1725-1804); Viceroy of Navarre in 1765. married to Marie-Theodore, daughter of Charles I Emmanuel, 1st Prince de Gavre. Jean Alexis de Glymes-Brabant: Abbot in Dinant. Branch of Grimberghen[edit] Philip of Glymes, (1420–1464): Lord of Grimbergen. Married to Joanne, Lady of Halmale. James of Glymes, died 1486: Lord of Grimbergen, marr. Elisabette de Boschuysse. Georges of Glymes, died 1541: marr. Philippotte de 't Serclaes Peter de Glymes, (+1582) Jean de Glymes, (+1555): Canon of Liege Cathedral Jerome de Glymes,died 1575: Abbot of Berghes Saint-Winnoc, Marguerite de Glymes Ferry de Glymes-Berghes, Baron of Grimberghen: Marr. Anne de Stercke Georges de Berghes Gerard de Berghes, lord of Stabroeck. Marr. Anne de Halmale Goderfoi de Glymes, First Count of Grimberghen. Guillaume de Berghes, Dean at the Cathedral of Liege and Bishop of Antwerp. Jacques de Berghes, Baron of Grimberghen. Anne de Berghes, Noble Canonnesse of la Cambre Abbey. Marguerite de Berghes, (1620-1637): Abess of Herkenrode Abbey. Marie de Berghes. Joanna de Berghes: Marr. John Bette, Baron of Lede. Guillaume de Bette, 1st marquess of Lede, marr. Anna Maria, countess of Horne. Counts of Grimberghen[edit]

Feluy Castle; Residence of the Prince of Grimberghen

former Grimberghen Castle, engraving 18th century. Godefroi de Glymes, 1st Count of Grimberghennamed de Berghes, died 1635 was the son of Gerard: married to Horonina of Hornes, Lady of Arquennes.[6] Eugene de Berghes, 2nd Count of Grimberghen: married Florence-Marguerite, daughter of René de Renesse, 1st Count of Warfusée. Philippe François de Berghes, 1st Prince of Grimberghen: Knight of the Golden Fleece, married to Marie-Jacques de Lalaing. Alphonse Dominique François de Berghes, 2nd Prince of Grimberghen, died 1721: Grande of Spain, 1st Class. Marr. Anne Henriette of Rohan-Chabot, daughter of Louis, Duke of Rohan. Charlotte de Berghes Magdeleine Marie de Berghes: marr. Louis de Luynes, 3rd Prince of Grimberghen. Georges-Louis de Berghes: Prince-Bishop of Liege. Anne Antoinette de Berghes: marr. Ferdinand Gaston, Duke of croy, Knight of the Golden Fleece. Honorine Alexandra de Berghes. Marie Caroline de Berghes: marr. Anthony III Ignace Schetz, 4th Count of Grobbendonck, son of Lancelot II Schetz, 2nd Count of Grobbendonk. Marie Francoise de Berghes: Noble canonnese and abbesse in Nivelles. Marie Elisabeth de Berghes, marr. Reginals, Count of Gournay. Alphonse de Berghes: Archbishop of Mechelen. Ignace de Berghes Honorine de Berghes Angeline de Berghes Marie de Berghes

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Jan II (metten lippen) de Glymes van Bergen op Zoom's Timeline

October 9, 1417
Age 31
October 23, 1451
Age 34
October 15, 1452
Age 35
Bergen op Zoom, North Brabant, The Netherlands
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Age 40
September 7, 1494
Age 76
Bergen op Zoom, North Brabant, The Netherlands