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Duchess of Bourbon

Lady of Bourbon

House of Bourbon, 950–1218

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Ermengarde - - - around 950
husband's accession
before Jan 954
husband's death
- Adhémar
Aldesinde - - - around 953
husband's accession
after January 954
husband's death
- Aymon I
Rotgardis - - before 10 July 961 before 11 July 971/10 July 972 Archambaud I
Ermengarde - - before 1000 21 May 1031/33
husband's death
22 January after 1034 Archambaud II
Beletrud - - - 21 May 1031/33
husband's accession
- Archambaud III
Aurea - - - 16 August 1078/33
husband's death
-
The name of his wife is unknown but she remarried to Adélard Guillebaut, Sire de Château-Meillant after his death. Archambaud V
Adelinde de Nevers William I, Count of Nevers
(Nevers)
- 1099 around 1116
husband's accession
1120
husband's death
- Aymon II
Agnes of Savoy Humbert II, Count of Savoy
(Savoy)
1104 25 January 1140 1171
husband's death
1127 or after 1180 Archambaud VII

House of Dampierre, 1228–1288

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Béatrice de Montluçon
[1]
Archambaud, Sire de Montluçon - 1215 18 June 1228
husband's accession
23 August 1242
husband's death
- Archambaud VIII
Yolande de Châtillon
[1]
Guy II, Count of Saint-Pol 1222 30 May 1228 23 August 1242
husband's accession
15 January 1249
husband's death
1254 Archambaud IX

House of Burgundy, 1288–1310

None

Capetian House of Clermont, 1310–1327

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Mary of Avesnes
[2][3]
John II, Count of Holland
(Avesnes)
1280 September 1310 27 December 1327
Became Duchess
September 1354 Louis I

Duchess of Bourbon

First Creation

Capetian House of Bourbon, 1327–1523

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Duchess Ceased to be Duchess Death Spouse
Mary of Avesnes
[2][3]
John II, Count of Holland
(Avesnes)
1280 September 1310 27 December 1327
husband's accession
29 January 1342
husband's death
September 1354 Louis I
Isabella of Valois
[2][3]
Charles, Count of Valois
(Valois)
1313 25 January 1336 29 January 1342
husband's accession
19 September 1356
husband's death
26 July 1383 Peter I
Anna of Auvergne, Countess of Forez
[2][4]
Beraud II, Dauphin of Auvergne 1358 January 1370 19 August 1410
husband's death
22 September 1417 Louis II
Marie of Berry, Duchess of Auvergne
[2][4][5]
John of Valois, Duke of Berry
(Valois)
1370 21 June 1401 5 January 1434
husband's death
June 1434 John I
Agnes of Burgundy
[2][4][5][6]
John the Fearless
(Valois-Burgundy)
1407 17 September 1425 5 January 1434
husband's accession
4 December 1456
husband's death
1 December 1476 Charles I
Joan of France
[2][4][5][6][7]
Charles VII of France
(Valois)
1435 3 November 1452 4 December 1456
husband's accession
4 May 1482 John II
Catherine d'Armagnac
[2][4][5][6][7]
Jacques d'Armagnac, Duke of Nemours
(Armagnac)
1466 28 August 1484 2 March 1487
Jeanne de Bourbon-Vendome
[2][4][5][6][7]
Jean VIII, Count of Vendôme
(Bourbon-La Marche)
1465 12 April 1487 1 April 1488
husband's death
22 January 1511
Anne of France, Viscountess of Thouars
[2][4][5][6][7]
Louis XI of France
(Valois)
3 April 1461 3 November 1473 15 April 1488
husband's accession
10 October 1503
husband's death
14 November 1522 Peter II

Second Creation

House of Savoy, 1523–1531

None

Third Creation

House of Valois-Angoulême, 1544–1545

None

Fourth Creation

House of Valois-Angoulême, 1566–1574

None

Fifth Creation

House of Bourbon, 1661–1830

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Duchess Ceased to be Duchess Death Spouse
Claire-Clémence de Maillé-Brézé, Duchess of Fronsac
[8][9][10][11][12]
Urbain de Maillé, Marquis of Brézé 25 February 1628 February, 1641 1661
husband's accession
5 November 1667
title passed to grandson
16 April 1694 Louis de Bourbon
Louise Françoise de Bourbon, Légitimée de France
[13][14][15]
Louis XIV of France 1 June 1673 25 May 1685 1 April 1709
became Princess of Condé
16 June 1743 Louis de Bourbon
Marie Anne de Bourbon
[8][11][16]
François Louis, Prince of Conti
(Bourbon-Conti)
18 April 1689 9 August 1713 21 March 1720 Louis Henri de Bourbon
Caroline of Hesse-Rotenburg
[8][11][16]
Ernest Leopold, Landgrave of Hesse-Rotenburg
(Hesse-Rotenburg)
18 August 1714 24 July 1728 9 August 1736
title passed to son
14 June 1741
Charlotte Élisabeth Godefride de Rohan
[8][11][12][16]
Charles de Rohan, Prince of Soubise
(Rohan)
7 October 1737 3 May 1753 13 April 1756
title passed to son
4 March 1760 Louis Joseph de Bourbon
Bathilde d'Orléans
[8][13][16]
Louis Philippe I, Duke of Orléans
(House of Orléans)
9 July 1750 24 April 1770 10 January 1822 Louis Henri de Bourbon

Notes

Source

Kingdom of France portal

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