John of Charolais
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John of Charolais
The seal of the daughter of John, Lady Joanna.

John (French: Jean; 1283 -- 1322) was a medieval French nobleman, Lord (seigneur) of Charolais and Saint-Just, who fought in Flanders. He is also known as John of Clermont (Jean de Clermont).


Lord John was born in 1283 as a son of Robert, Count of Clermont and his wife, Beatrice of Burgundy, Lady of Bourbon.[1] In 1309c., John married Joanna of Dargies and Catheux (daughter of Renaud II of Dargies and Catheux and his spouse, Agnes).

John and his wife had;


John was buried in Lyon, but his bones were later transferred to Paris.


  1. ^ Laiou 1972, p. 251.


  • Laiou, Angeliki E. (1972). Constantinople and the Latins: the foreign policy of Andronicus II, 1282-1328. Harvard University Press.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)

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