Person:Catherine de Valois of Burgundy (1)

Catherine _____, de Valois of Burgundy
Facts and Events
Name Catherine _____, de Valois of Burgundy
Gender Female
Birth? May 1378 Montbard,Cote d'or,FranceHouse of Valois-Burgundy
Marriage to Leopold IV _____, Duke of Austria
Marriage Abt 1415 to Smassman (Maximin) Herr von Rappoltstein
Divorce 1421 from Smassman (Maximin) Herr von Rappoltstein
Death? 4 Feb 1425 Gray,Haute-Saone,France
Burial? Chartreuse le Dijon,Cote-d'or,France
Reference Number? Q271147?


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Catharine of Burgundy (Montbard, 1378 – Dijon, January 26, 1425) was the second daughter of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy and Margaret III, Countess of Flanders. She was Duchess of Further Austria.

She was married on August 15, 1393 with Leopold IV, Duke of Austria, gaining the county of Ferrette for her dowry.[1] Following Leopold's death in 1411, his brother Frederick occupied the county of Ferrette despite Catherine and her nephew Duke Philip of Burgundy's negotiations.[1] She lived mainly in her residence in the Alsace, close to her native Burgundy. The marriage remained childless and when her husband died in 1411.

Around 1415, she remarried with Maximilian Smassmann von Rappoltstein. This marriage also remained childless and they divorced in 1421.
She was buried in the Chartreuse de Champmol.

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References
  1.   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM) July 1996 (c), data as of 2 January 1996 (2).
  2.   Catherine of Burgundy, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.