Joanna of Aragon (1454-1517)

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Joanna Trastámara of Aragon was born 16 June 1454 to John II of Aragon (1397-1479) and Juana Enriquez de Córdoba (1425-1468) and died 9 January 1517 of unspecified causes. She married Ferdinand I of Naples (1423-1494) 14 September 1476 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 Spain, Portugal, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Byzantium, Hungary, Italy, Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Belarus, the Netherlands, the Byzantine Empire.


Offspring of Joanna of Aragon and Ferdinand I of Naples (1423-1494)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Joan of Naples (1478-1518) <year not a number> Naples <year not a number> Ferdinand II of Naples (1469-1496)

Charles of Naples (1480-1486)

Common ancestors of Joanna of Aragon (1454-1517) and Ferdinand I of Naples (1423-1494)

  1. Afonso IV of Portugal (1291-1357)
  2. Alfonso IV of Aragon (1299-1336)
  3. Alfonso XI of Castile (1311-1350)
  4. Beatrix of Castile (1293-1359)
  5. Beatriz of Portugal (1347-1381)
  6. Constança of Portugal (1290-1313)
  7. Eleanor de Alburquerque (1374-1435)
  8. Eleanor of Aragon (1358-1382)
  9. Eleanor of Sicily (1325-1375)
  10. Elisabeth von Kärnten (1298-aft1347)
  11. Fernando I of Aragon (1380-1416)
  12. Fernando IV of Castile (1285-1312)
  13. Henry II of Castile (1334-1379)
  14. John I of Castile (1358-1390)
  15. Juan Manuel (1282-1348)
  16. Juana Fernández Ponce de León (c1280-aft1310)
  17. Juana Manuel (1339-1381)
  18. Leonor de Guzmán (1310-1351)
  19. Pedro I of Portugal (1320-1367)
  20. Pedro IV of Aragon (1319-1387)
  21. Peter II of Sicily (1305-1342)
  22. Sancho de Albuquerque (1342-1374)


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