Cornelis of Glymes
Cornelis of Glymes or Cornelis of Bergen (1458 - 1509), was an Admiral of the Netherlands.
Cornelis participated in the Battle of Nancy (1477) and the Battle of Guinegate (1479). He also commanded the fortress of Grave, an important Habsburg stronghold in the war against Guelders. Between 1490 and 1491, he was Admiral of the Netherlands, and participated in the submission of the Flemish rebellion against Maximilian of Austria. He was succeeded by Philip of Burgundy-Beveren.
He married in 1481 with Maria Margaretha van Zevenbergen and had:
- Margareth of Glymes (1481–1551), married Floris van Egmont.
- Marie of Glymes (1490–1566), married Louis de Ligne, mother of Jean de Ligne, Duke of Arenberg
- Maximilian of Glymes (1490–1522), his successor
- Cornelis of Glymes (1490–1560), Prince Bishop of Liège (1538–1544)
He also had an illegitimate daughter : Geertrui of Bergen (1510–1541)