Catherine de Bourbon (1440-1469)

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Catherine de Bourbon was born circa 1440 in Liège, Belgium to Charles I, Duke of Bourbon (1401-1456) and Agnes of Burgundy (1407-1476) and died 22 May 1469 in Nijmegen, Netherlands of unspecified causes. She married Adolf van Egmont (1438-1477) 28 December 1463 JL in Bruges, Belgium. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), Henry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England (1027-1087), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Rurik (c832-879). Ancestors are from France, Spain, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Belarus, Switzerland, England, Italy, Turkey.


Offspring of Catherine de Bourbon and Adolf van Egmont (1438-1477)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Filippa van Egmont (1465-1547) 9 November 1465 Grave, North Brabant, Netherlands 28 February 1547 Pont-à-Mousson, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France René II de Lorraine (1451-1508)

Karel van Egmont (1467-1538) 9 November 1467 Grave, Netherlands 30 June 1538 Arnhem, Netherlands Elisabeth von Braunschweig-Lüneburg (1494-1572)

Common ancestors of Catherine de Bourbon (1440-1469) and Adolf van Egmont (1438-1477)

  1. Agnes of Zagan (c1321-1362)
  2. Albrecht von Wittelsbach (1336-1404)
  3. Bonne of Bohemia (1315-1349)
  4. Jean II de Valois (1319-1364)
  5. John, Duke of Burgundy (1371-1419)
  6. Louis I of Legnica (c1321-1398)
  7. Louis II of Flanders (1330-1384)
  8. Ludwig IV. von Wittelsbach (1282-1347)
  9. Malgorzata von Brieg (c1342-1386)
  10. Margaret II of Hainaut (1311-1356)
  11. Margaret III of Flanders (1348-1405)
  12. Margaret of Bavaria-Straubing (1363-1423)
  13. Margaretha van Brabant (1323-1368)
  14. Philip of Burgundy (1342-1404)

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