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  1. Frederick I, Count of Vaudémont. Frederick I, or Ferry I [1] of Lorraine (9 January 1369 [citation needed] – October 25, 1415 in the Battle of Agincourt [2]) was a Count of Vaudémont. [1] He was the son of Duke John I of Lorraine (1346-1390) and Sophie of Württemberg (1343-1369). [3] He was a younger brother of Charles II. [citation needed]

  2. Frederick I, or Ferry I of Lorraine (9 January 1369 [citation needed] – October 25, 1415 in the Battle of Agincourt) was a Count of Vaudémont. He was the son of Duke John I of Lorraine (1346-1390) and Sophie of Württemberg (1343-1369). He was a younger brother of Charles II. [citation needed] In 1394, Frederick married Margaret, the heiress ...

  3. Frederick I, or Ferry I of Lorraine (9 January 1369 – October 25, 1415 in the Battle of Agincourt) was a Count of Vaudémont. He was the son of Duke John I of Lorraine (1346-1390) and Sophie of Württemberg (1343-1369). He was a younger brother of Charles II.

  4. The title Count of Vaudémont was granted to Gérard 1st of Vaudémont in 1070, after he supported the succession of his brother, Theodoric II, Duke of Lorraine to the Duchy of Lorraine. Counts of Vaudémont served as vassals of the Dukes of Lorraine. After 1473 the title was held by the Duke of Lorraine and was bestowed on younger sons of the ...

  5. Margaret, Duchess of Alençon. Father. Antoine, Count of Vaudémont. Mother. Marie, Countess of Harcourt. Frederick (Ferry) II of Lorraine-Vaudémont ( c. 1428 – 31 August 1470) was a French nobleman. He was Count of Vaudémont and Lord of Joinville from 1458 to 1470. He is sometimes numbered Frederick V by continuity with the Dukes of Lorraine .

  6. Mar 29, 2010 · Frederick (Ferry) II of Vaudémont (c 1428 – 31 August 1470), also known as Frederick II of Lorraine, was Count of Vaudémont and Lord of Joinville from 1458 to 1470. He was son of Antoine of Lorraine, Count of Vaudémont and Lord of Joinville and Marie, Countess of Aumale and Baroness of Elbeuf. He is sometimes numbered Frederick V by ...

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  8. Frederick of Lorraine (1368 – October 25, 1415 in the battle of Agincourt) was a Count of Vaudémont. He was the son of Duke John I of Lorraine and younger brother of Charles II. In 1393, Frederick married Margaret the heiress of Vaudémont and Joinville, and became Count of these lands in her right. He founded the House of Vaudémont, a junior branch of the House of Lorraine. His children ...

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