Catharine of Bourbon
|Catharine of Bourbon|
Tombstone of Catherine of Bourbon in the St. Stephen Church in Nijmegen
|Spouse(s)||Adolf II, Duke of Guelders|
|Noble family||House of Bourbon|
|Father||Charles I, Duke of Bourbon|
|Mother||Agnes of Burgundy|
|Died||21 May 1469
|Buried||St. Stephen Church in Nijmegen|
Catharine of Bourbon (born 1440 in Liège; died: 21 May 1469 in Nijmegen) was Duchess of Guelders from 1465-1469 by her marriage to Adolf, Duke of Guelders. She was a daughter of Charles I, Duke of Bourbon and his wife Agnes of Burgundy.
Marriage and issue
- Philippa (1467-1547), who married in 1485 with Rene II, Duke of Lorraine (1451-1508)
- Charles (1467-1538), who later became Duke of Guelders (1492–1538)
Catherine died in 1469 and was buried in the St. Stephen Church in Nijmegen.
- Wilhelm Karl Prinz von Isenburg and Frank Baron Freytag von Loringhoven: Europäische Stammtafeln. Stammtafeln zur Geschichte der europäischen Staaten, vol. 2, J. A. Stargard, Marburg, 1956, table 30.
- P.H. Scheltema: De St.-Stevenskerk te Nijmegen, in: De Opmerker, vol. 30, issue 37, 14 September 1895, p. 291-292, page 291 and page 292
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