Jan II van Egmond (1384-1451), heer van Egmont en IJsselstein, ambachtheer van Breul, voogd van Gelre, was born 1384 in Egmond Binnen, North Holland, Netherlands to Arend van Egmond (1337-1409) and Yolande von Leiningen-Dagsburg (c1350-1434) and died 4 January 1451 in Egmond Binnen, North Holland, Netherlands of unspecified causes. He married Maria van Arkel (c1385-1415) . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), William I of England (1027-1087), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Rurik (c832-879). Ancestors are from the Netherlands, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Turkey.


Offspring of Jan II van Egmond and Maria van Arkel (c1385-1415)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Arnold van Egmont (1410-1473) 14 July 1410 Egmond-Binnen, North Holland, Netherlands 23 February 1473 Grave, North Brabant, Netherlands Katharina von Kleve (1417-1479)

Willem II van Egmond (1412-1480)

Common ancestors of Jan II van Egmond (1384-1451) and Maria van Arkel (c1385-1415)

  1. Elisabeth van Aerschot (?-1350)
  2. Gerhard V. von Jülich (bef1250-1328)
  3. Godfried van Brabant (?-1302)
  4. Margaretha van Gelre (?-?)
  5. Wilhelm IV. von Jülich (1210-1278)

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