Catherine of Vendôme
|Catherine of Vendôme|
|Countess of la Marche|
Catherine and John I
|Spouse(s)||John I, Count of La Marche|
IssueJames II, Count of La Marche
Isabelle of La Marche
Louis, Count of Vendôme
John, Lord of Carency
Anne, Countess of Montpensier
Marie, Lady of Croix
Charlotte, Queen of Cyprus
|Father||John VI of Vendôme|
|Mother||Jeanne of Ponthieu|
Catherine de Vendôme (1354 – 1 April 1412), countess of Vendôme and of Castres (1372–1403) was a French noblewoman of the House of Montoire. She was the daughter of John VI of Vendôme and Jeanne of Ponthieu.
- James II, Count of La Marche and Castres (1370–1438)
- Isabelle (born 1373), a nun at Poissy
- Louis, Count of Vendôme (1376–1446)
- John, Lord of Carency (1378–1457), married c. 1416 Catherine, daughter of Philip of Artois, Count of Eu, without issue, married in 1420 at Le Mans, his mistress Jeanne de Vendômois, with whom he had issue
- Anne (c. 1380 – September 1408, Paris), married in 1401 John of Berry, Count of Montpensier (d. 1401), married in Paris in 1402 Louis VII, Duke of Bavaria
- Marie (1386 – aft. 11 September 1463), Lady of Brehencourt, married Jean de Baynes, Lord of Croix
- Charlotte (1388 – 15 January 1422), married in 1411 at Nicosia King Janus of Cyprus
She inherited Vendôme on the death of her niece Jeanne and administered it jointly with her husband, then (after his death) with her second son Louis until 1403.
|Ancestors of Catherine of Vendôme|
- Broad, Jacqueline and Karen Green, Virtue, liberty, and toleration: political ideas of European women, 1400-1800, (Springer, 2007), 13.
- Broad, 13.
- Broad, Jacqueline and Karen Green, Virtue, liberty, and toleration: political ideas of European women, 1400-1800, (Springer, 2007)