William I of Geneva
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|William I of Geneva|
|Spouse(s)||Marguerite Beatrice de Faucigny
Agnes of Savoy
Beatrice de Vaupergue
|Father||Amadeus I of Geneva|
|Mother||Matilda de Cuiseaux|
|Died||25 July 1195
Château de Novel in Annecy
He died at the Château de Novel in Annecy.
- His first wife was Marguerite Beatrice de Faucigny, by whom he had three children:
- His second wife was Agnes of Savoy, daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, by whom he had one daughter:
- Beatrice of Geneva
- His third marriage, to Beatrice de Vaupergue, was childless.
- In 1195 William was escorting his daughter Marguerite to France for her intended wedding to King Philip II. Thomas of Savoy ambushed the party, carried off Marguerite and married her himself, producing some eight sons and six daughters.
Amadeus I of Geneva
|Count of Geneva
1178 - 1195
Humbert of Geneva
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