Margaret of Bourbon (1438–1483)

Margaret of Bourbon (5 February 1438 – 24 April 1483) was the daughter of Charles I, Duke of Bourbon (1401–1456) and Agnes of Burgundy (1407–1476).

On 6 April 1472, she became the first wife of Philip II, Duke of Savoy (1443–1497).[1] Her children from this marriage were:

  1. Louise (1476–1531), married Charles d'Orléans, Count of Angoulême, had children including:
    1. Francis I of France[2] whose daughter Margaret of Valois married to Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy.[2]
    2. Marguerite of Navarre (1492–1549); Queen consort of King Henry II of Navarre
  2. Girolamo (1478)
  3. Philibert II (1480–1504)

She died on 24 April 1483 at the Chateau de Pont d'Ain.

Margaret of Bourbon
Countess of Bresse
Lady of Bugey
Born5 February 1438
Died24 April 1483 (aged 45)
SpousePhilip II, Duke of Savoy
IssueLouise, Countess of Angoulême
Girolamo
Philibert II, Duke of Savoy
HouseBourbon
FatherCharles I, Duke of Bourbon
MotherAgnes of Burgundy

Ancestors

Ancestors of Margaret of Bourbon (1438–1483)
16. Peter I, Duke of Bourbon
8. Louis II, Duke of Bourbon
17. Isabelle of Valois
4. John I, Duke of Bourbon
18. Béraud II, Dauphin of Auvergne
9. Anne of Auvergne, Countess of Forez
19. Jeanne of Forez
2. Charles I, Duke of Bourbon
20. John II of France
10. John, Duke of Berry
21. Bonne of Luxembourg
5. Marie of Berry, Duchess of Auvergne
22. John I, Count of Armagnac
11. Joan of Armagnac
23. Beatrice of Clermont
1. Margaret of Bourbon
24=20. John II of France
12. Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy
25=21. Bonne of Luxembourg
6. John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy
26. Louis II, Count of Flanders
13. Margaret III of Flanders
27. Margaret of Brabant
3. Agnes of Burgundy
28. Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor
14. Albert I, Duke of Bavaria
29. Margaret II, Countess of Hainaut
7. Margaret of Bavaria
30. Louis I of Brzeg
15. Margaret of Brieg
31. Agnes of Głogów

References

  1. ^ Hand 2013, p. 220.
  2. ^ a b R.J. Knecht, Francis I, xvi.
  • Hand, Joni M. (2013). Women, Manuscripts and Identity in Northern Europe, 1350-1550. Ashgate Publishing Limited.

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