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  1. Mary De Ch atillon: Birth: Abt 1343 in Ch�atillon-Sur-Marne, Marne, France. Death: 12 Nov 1404 in Castle D"Angers, Maine-Et-Loire, Anjou, France

  2. Jean I De Chatillon, Count Of Penthievre: Birth: Bef 1351. Death: 16 Jan 1403


Notes
a. Note:   RESEARCH NOTES: Duke of Brittany [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p83, ES II #18, Thompson CharlesII #840] Count of Penthievre [Ref: ES II #18] 1341-64: Duke of Brittany, Count of Penthievre [Ref: ES II #18] Charles of Blois, duke of Brittany died in battle at Auray in 1364, in the French department of Morbihan in northwest France, on the Auray river, 11 miles west of Vannes. After his death in battle of Auray ) the countship of Blois lay unused until 1397 when the countship was sold (by the French crown) to Louis I duc d'Orleans. Abbrev: SOURCE Title: Webster's Biographical Dictionary Publication: G. C. Merriam Co. Springfield, Mass. 1963 Edition Page: Webster's page 159. Abbrev: SOURCE Title: Webster's GEOGRAPHICAL Dictionary. 1962. A Merriam-Webster Book. Publication: G. C. Merriam Co. Publishers, Springfield, Mass. Page: Webster's Geog. Dict. page 78 Charles de Blois, after nine years as a prisoner of the English paid a ransom, and was returned to France. The ransom said to have been as much as 350,000 livre or 700,000, was at last ready to come to terms with the implacable Countess de Montfort over the dukedom of Brittany. But Charles wife, Jeanne de Penthievre (said to be crippled) would not relent, and Charles went an with the battle until he himself was killed at Auray in 1364. Abbrev: SOURCE Title: A Distant Mirror (1978) Author: Barbara W. Tuchman Publication: Alfred A. Knopf, New York. Page: Tuchman page 159. Charles of Blois had married Jeanne de Penthievre, heiress to the Duke of Brittany. When her uncle, the last duke died without leaving an heir, the dukedom was to be contested by Jeanne against the Comte de Montfort, known as Jean or John. Charles of Blois, taking up the cause of his wife's claim as his own, began a feud with the Montforts, man and wife. Montfort sided with the English against Philip VI in the 100 years war. Charles of Blois, of course defended the French side of the quarrel. He had captured Jean /John de Montfort and had him imprisoned in the Louvre, and then had to defend himself again Montfort's wife, the Countess Jeanne of Montfort, from Flanders. She pitted herself against Charles of Bloise, defending the town of Hennebont, which Charles had put under siege. The Countess broke the siege and saved the town. Charles himself was captured by the English in 1346, and spent nine years in and English prison. Abbrev: SOURCE Title: A Distant Mirror (1978) Author: Barbara W. Tuchman Publication: Alfred A. Knopf, New York. Page: Tuchman pages 74-75.
b. Note:   BI28928
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: [Ref: ES VII #18] 1318/9 [Ref: Thompson CharlesII #840], parents: [Ref: ES VII #18, Thompson CharlesII #840]
c. Note:   DI28928
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: [Ref: ES II #18, ES VII #18, Paget HRHCharles p83] 1364 [Ref: Thompson CharlesII #840], place: [Ref: ES II #18, Paget HRHCharles p83]
d. Note:   XI28928
Note:   Sources for this Information: place: [Ref: ES II #18]
e. Note:   NF77747
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: (4.VI 1337) [Ref: ES II #18, ES VII #18] 1337 [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p83], place: (Paris) [Ref: ES II #18], names: [Ref: Thompson CharlesII #840], child: [Ref: ES VII #18, Paget HRHCharles p83, Thompson CharlesII #420, Thompson CharlesII #825]


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