Margaret was the only surviving child and heir of Count Louis II of Flanders (1346–1384) and Margaret of Brabant. In 1355,  Margaret of Flanders married Philip of Rouvres ,  grandson and heir of Odo IV, Duke of Burgundy .
May 18, 2020 · Margaret of France was born around 1279 as the youngest child of Philip III of France and his second wife, Marie of Brabant. She was thus the half-sister of Philip IV of France. Margaret was still only around six years old when her father died in 1285, and her half-brother Philip became her guardian, and she grew up at court under the guidance ...
Margaret (1254–1271), married John I, Duke of Brabant Robert, Count of Clermont (1256 – 7 February 1317), married Beatrice of Burgundy, Lady of Bourbon , by whom he had issue. It is from him that the Bourbon kings of France descend in the male line.
Oct 07, 2015 · I went to Roermond to the visit the Munster church which has one of the oldest surviving tombs in the Netherlands. This tomb belongs to Margaret of Brabant and her husband Gerard III. Margaret was born between 1192 and 1195 (sources differ) and she has quite a lineage. Through her mother, she is a descendant of Stephen of England.
Margaret was sent back to France, according to E. Hallam (The Plantagenets) and Amy Kelly (Eleonore of Aquitaine and the Four Kings), to ensure her safety during the civil war with Young Henry's brother Richard the Lionheart. Her husband died in 1183 while on campaign in the Dordogne region of France.
Philip the Good (French: Philippe le Bon; Dutch: Filips de Goede; 31 July 1396 – 15 June 1467) was Duke of Burgundy from 1419 until his death. He was a member of a cadet line of the Valois dynasty , to which all the 15th-century kings of France belonged.
All people are necessarily descended from antiquity, but for most, records of their ancestry do not exist that far back. The British royal family is one of the few families for whom ancestry can be traced to many notable lineages of antiquity. They can be traced from Saxon, Scottish (Stuart dynasty), Welsh (Tudor dynasty), Irish, German (Hanover and Windsor), French (Norman and Angevin ...
what 3 prominent grandees were respected by Dutch/Spanish, served on Margaret's council and were military leaders (knights of the Order of the Golden Fleece) Cardinal what was Granvelle promoted as in 1561 that was a role usually reserved for prominent grandees?