Yolande of Aragon (1384-1442)

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Yolande the Queen of Four Kingdoms de Aragón was born 11 August 1384 in Zaragoza, Spain to Juan I of Aragon (1350-1396) and Yolande de Bar (c1365-1431) and died 14 November 1442 in Chateau de Tuce-de-Saumur, Tuce-de-Saumur, France of unspecified causes. She married Louis II of Naples (1377-1417) 2 December 1400 JL in Montpellier, France. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), William I of England (1027-1087), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Rurik (c832-879), Henry II of England (1133-1189). Ancestors are from France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, Spain, Portugal, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Byzantium, Belarus, the Netherlands, England, the Byzantine Empire.

Her nickname "Queen of Four Kingdoms" reflects her claims on Aragon, Cyprus, Jerusalem, and Sicily. De facto, she was Queen consort of Naples.


Offspring of Louis II of Naples and Yolande of Aragon (1384-1442)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Louis III d'Anjou (1403-1434) <year not a number> Angers, France <year not a number> Cosenza, Italy Marguerite de Savoie (1420-1479)

René of Naples (1409-1480) <year not a number> Angers <year not a number> Aix-en-Provence Isabelle de Lorraine (1400-1453)
Jeanne de Laval (1433-1498)

Charles du Maine (1414-1472)
Marie of Anjou (1404-1463) <year not a number> Angers <year not a number> Chateliers-en-Poitou Charles VII de Valois (1403-1461)

Yolande of Anjou (1412-1440) <year not a number> <year not a number> Philip de St. Pol (1404-1430)
François I de Bretagne (1414-1450)

Common ancestors of Yolande of Aragon (1384-1442) and Louis II of Naples (1377-1417)

  1. Agnes Capet (1260-1327)
  2. Arthur II de Bretagne (1262-1312)
  3. Bonne of Bohemia (1315-1349)
  4. Charles II of Naples (1254-1309)
  5. Charles de Valois (1270-1325)
  6. Elisabeth of Bohemia (1292-1330)
  7. Guta von Habsburg (1271-1297)
  8. Heinrich VII von Luxemburg (c1278-1313)
  9. Jean II de Valois (1319-1364)
  10. Jeanne de Bourgogne (1293-1348)
  11. Johann von Luxemburg (1296-1346)
  12. Margaretha van Brabant (1276-1311)
  13. Marguerite d'Anjou et Maine (1274-1299)
  14. Maria of Hungary (c1257-1325)
  15. Philip VI de Valois (1293-1350)
  16. Robert II de Bourgogne (1248-1306)
  17. Wenceslaus II of Bohemia (1271-1305)

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