John I, Lord of Ligny

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Waleran II of Luxembourg, Lord of Ligny
Berg Arms.svg
Coat of Arms of Waleran II.
Lord of Ligny, La Roche, Beauvoir and Roussy
Reign 1354 - 1364
Predecessor Waleran II
Successor Guy I
Issue Marie of Luxembourg, Countess of Vaudémont
John of Luxembourg, Lord of Roussy
Guy I of Luxembourg, Count of Ligny
John of Luxembourg, Archbishop of Strasbourg
Johanna of Luxembourg
House House of Luxembourg
Father Waleran II of Luxembourg, Lord of Ligny
Mother Guyotte of Lille
Died 17 May 1364

John I of Luxembourg (French: Jean Ier de Luxembourg; died: 17 May 1364), was a Lord of Ligny, Beauvoir, Roussy and La Roche from the House of Luxembourg. He was a son of Lord Waleran II and his wife, Guyotte of Lille.

Around 1330 he married to Alix of Dampierre (d. 1346), the heiress of Guy of Dampierre-Richebourg. Their children were:

  • Marie, married in 1347 to Count Henry of Vaudémont (d. 1365)
  • John (d. 1360/61), Lord of Roussy, and priest
  • Guy I (d. 22 August 1371), Count of Ligny and St. Pol
  • John (d. 4 April 1373), Bishop of Strasbourg from 1365 to 1369 and Archbishop of Mainz from 1371 to 1373
  • Johanna (d. 1392), married Count Guy V of Saint-Pol (d. 1360)
John I, Lord of Ligny
Died: 17 May 1364
Preceded by
Waleran II
Lord of Ligny
1354–1364
Succeeded by
Guy I