Person:Alphonso of Brienne (1)

Alphonso of Brienne
b.Abt 1225
d.25 Aug 1270 Tūnis, Tunisia
m. 1224
  1. Jean de Brienne1217 - 1296
  2. Marie of BrienneAbt 1225 - 1275
  3. Alphonso of BrienneAbt 1225 - 1270
  4. Louis de Brienne1227 - 1297
m. 1250
  1. John I of Brienne, Count of EuAbt 1250 - 1294
Facts and Events
Name Alphonso of Brienne
Alt Name Alphonse de Brienne
Alt Name Count d'Eu de Brienne d'Acre Alphonse
Alt Name Principe Alphonse Brienne
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt 1225
Marriage 1250 to Marie of Lusignan, Countess d'Eu
Death[1] 25 Aug 1270 Tūnis, Tunisia
Reference Number? Q939667?

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Alfonso of Brienne, called Alphonse d'Acre (c. 1228 – 14 September 1270), was the son of John of Brienne and Berengaria of León, born in Acre.

Alfonso took part in the Seventh Crusade (1248) as a squire. By his marriage (before 1250) to Marie, Countess of Eu he became Count of Eu. He was also Grand Chamberlain of France. He died on 14 September 1270 in Tunis on the Eighth Crusade in the same epidemic that claimed King Louis IX.

He had at least two children by Marie:

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