Person:García Sánchez III of Navarre (1)

García Sánchez III of Navarre
d.1 Sep 1054 Navarre, Spain
m. bet abt 1000 and 1010
  1. García Sánchez III of Navarre1016 - 1054
  2. Ferdinand I of León and CastileAbt 1017 - 1065
  3. Gonzalo of Sobrarbe and RibagorzaAbt 1020 - 1043
  4. Jimena of Navarre
  • HGarcía Sánchez III of Navarre1016 - 1054
  • WStephanie FoixAbt 1020 - 1066
m. Bef 1039
  1. Sancho Garcés, IV, King of Navarre1039 - 1076
  2. Urraca de Navarra - Aft 1095
  3. Ermensinda de Navarra - Aft 1110
  4. Ramiro de Navarra - Abt 1083
  5. Fernando de Navarra - Abt 1068
  6. Ramón de Navarra - Aft 1079
  7. Jimena de Navarra - Aft Abt 1085
  8. Mayor de Navarra - Aft 1115
  9. Sancha de Navarra - Abt 1063 to 1065
m. 1038
  1. Urraca Garcés
  • HGarcía Sánchez III of Navarre1016 - 1054
  1. Mencía GarcíaAbt 1020 & 1030 - Abt 1073
  2. Sancho GarcíaAbt 1030 & 1035 - Aft 1074
Facts and Events
Name García Sánchez III of Navarre
Alt Name Rei Garcia Navarre, III
Alt Name[3] García V "él de Nájera” _____, King of Navarre
Gender Male
Alt Birth[2] Nov bet abt 1005 and 1010
Birth[2] 1016 Navarre, Spain
Alt Marriage Abt 1024 Of, Spainto Adelaide of Barcelona
Marriage Bef 1039 to Stephanie Foix
Marriage 1038 to Adelaide of Barcelona
Alt Marriage 1038 to Stephanie Foix
Marriage to Unknown
Death[2] 1 Sep 1054 Navarre, Spain Combatant of Atapuerca
Reference Number? Q359043?


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García Sánchez III (; 1012 – 1 September 1054), nicknamed García from Nájera was King of Pamplona from 1034 until his death. He was also Count of Álava and had under his personal control part of the County of Castile. As the eldest son of Sancho III he inherited the dynastic rights over the crown of Pamplona, becoming feudal overlord over two of his brothers: Ramiro, who was given lands that would serve as the basis for the Kingdom of Aragón; and Gonzalo, who received the counties of Sobrarbe and Ribagorza. Likewise, he had some claim to suzerainty over his brother Ferdinand, who under their father had served as Count of Castile, nominally subject to the Kingdom of León but brought under the personal control of Sancho III.

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References
  1.   Jiri Louda (tables), Michael Maclagan, CVO, Richmond Herald, (i)Lines of Succession - Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe(/i) (London: Li.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 García Sánchez III of Navarre, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  3. GARCÍA V "él de Nájera” King of Navarre, in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.