Person:John II, Duke of Brittany (1)

Jean II _____, duc de Bretagne
b.3 or 4 Jan 1239
d.16 Nov 1305 Lyon, Rhône, France
m. 16 Jan 1236
  1. Jean II _____, duc de Bretagne1239 - 1305
  2. Alix of Brittany1243 - 1288
  • HJean II _____, duc de Bretagne1239 - 1305
  • WBeatrix _____1242 - 1275
m. Nov 1260
  1. Arthur II _____, duc de Bretagne1262 - 1312
  2. John of Brittany, Earl of Richmond1266 - 1333/34
  3. Marie de Bretagne1268 - 1339
  4. Pierre de Bretagne1269 - 1312
  5. Blanche de Bretagne1271 - 1327
  6. Alienor de Bretagne1275 - 1342
Facts and Events
Name Jean II _____, duc de Bretagne
Alt Name Jean de Bretagne
Gender Male
Alt Birth? 4 Jan 1238 Of, Rennes, Ille-Et-Vilaine, France
Birth[2] 3 or 4 Jan 1239 House of Dreux
Marriage Contract 13 Oct 1260 to Beatrix _____
Marriage Nov 1260 Saint-Denis, Seine-Saint-Denis, Franceéglise de l'Abbaye royale de Saint Denis
to Beatrix _____
Alt Marriage Abt 25 Dec 1260 Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, Englandto Beatrix _____
Death[2] 16 Nov 1305 Lyon, Rhône, France
Burial[2] Ploërmel, Morbihan, Franceéglise Notre Dame du couvent des Carmes
Reference Number? Q453989?

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John II (; 123918 November 1305) reigned as Duke of Brittany from 1286 until his death, and was also Earl of Richmond in the Peerage of England. He took part in two crusades prior to his accession to the ducal throne. As a duke, John was involved in the conflicts between the kings of France and England. He was crushed to death in an accident during the celebrations of a papal coronation.

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