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Jean I de Lorraine, Duke of Lorraine, was born 1346 to Raoul de Lorraine (1320-1346) and Marie de Blois (1323-1380) and died 22 September 1390 in Paris of unspecified causes. He married Sophie von Württemberg (1343-1369) 1361 JL . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Henry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England (1027-1087), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Alfred the Great (849-899), Rurik (c832-879). Ancestors are from Switzerland, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Spain, Russia, Ukraine, Hungary, Belgium, the Netherlands, Byzantium, Belarus, the Byzantine Empire, Italy.



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Offspring of Jean I de Lorraine and Sophie von Württemberg (1343-1369)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Charles II de Lorraine (1364-1431) <year not a number> <year not a number> Margarete von der Pfalz (1376-1434)
Alison du May (?-1431)

Ferry I de Vaudémont (1371-1415) <year not a number> <year not a number> Azincourt, France Marguerite de Joinville (1354-1418)

Isabelle de Lorraine (c1366-c1410) <year not a number> <year not a number> Enguerrand VII de Coucy (1339-1397)


Common ancestors of Jean I de Lorraine (1346-1390) and Sophie von Württemberg (1343-1369)

  1. Albrecht I von Habsburg (1255-1308)
  2. Elisabeth von Kärnten (1262-1313)
  3. Elizabeth von Bayern (c1227-1273)
  4. Ferry III de Lorraine (1240-1302)
  5. Gertrud Anna von Hohenberg (c1225-1281)
  6. Hendrik II van Brabant (1207-1248)
  7. Katherina van Limburg (1215-1255)
  8. Margarita de Navarra (c1240-1307)
  9. Marguerite de Bourbon (1211-1256)
  10. Mathieu II de Lorraine (c1193-1251)
  11. Meinhard von Görz und Tirol (1238-1295)
  12. Rudolf I von Habsburg (1218-1291)
  13. Teobaldo I de Navarra (1201-1253)





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