Person:Jacques de Clermont (1)

Jacques de Clermont, Count de la Marche & Ponthieu I
b.1319 France
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Name Jacques de Clermont, Count de la Marche & Ponthieu I
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1319 FranceHouse of Bourbon
Marriage 1335 to Jeanne de Chatillon
Death[1] 6 Apr 1361 Lyon, Bourgogne, France Combatant of Brignais
Reference Number? Q628624?

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James I of Bourbon (1319 – April 6, 1362; also translated as Jacob (I) of Bourbon) was the son of Louis I, Duke of Bourbon and Mary of Avesnes. He was Count of Ponthieu from 1351 to 1360, and Count of La Marche from 1356 to his death. In addition to this, he was the patrilineal ancestor of all French Kings starting from Henry IV, who succeeded to the French throne in 1589, more than two centuries after James's death.

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