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Erard II Comte de Brienne
(-1191)
Agnes de Montbéliard
(1150-)
Alfonso IX "el Barboro" Fernández Rey de León y Castile, `The Slobberer'
(1166-1230)
Berenguela Alfonsez Reina de Castilla
(1171/1181-1244)
Jean de Brienne Emporer of Constantinople
(Abt 1168-1237)
Bérengère de León
(1204-1237)
Jean de Brienne
(Abt 1225-1296)

 

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Jeanne de Château-du-Loire

Jean de Brienne

  • Born: Abt 1225
  • Marriage: Jeanne de Château-du-Loire in 1251 160
  • Died: 1296 about age 71

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 160
Jean de Brienne, son of Berengaria of Leon and Jean de Brienne, King of Jerusalem, died in 1296. He was the Grand Butler of France in 1258. He married twice, first to Mary Widow of Alexander II, King of Scotland, and daughter of Enguerrand de Coucy, who died without heir. His second wife, whom he married in 1251, was Jeanne, daughter of Geoffrey V, vicomte of Chateaudun by his wife Clemence, daughter of William des Roches, who died 1222 & was the Seneschal of Anjou, Maine & Touraines by his wife Marguerite of Sable. Their daughter, Blanche de Brienne, Lady of Loupeland, married William de Finnes.

~Weis' Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 120:29-31


Jean married Jeanne de Château-du-Loire, daughter of Geoffrey Vicomte de Château-du-Loire and Clémence de la Roche, in 1251.160 (Jeanne de Château-du-Loire was born about 1227 in France and died on 19 Sep 1254 in France.)


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