Enguerrand VI, Lord of Coucy

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Enguerrand VI was a French nobleman who served as the Lord or Baron of Coucy from 1335 – 1346. He was also Lord Gynes, Sire d' Oisy, in the district of Marle, and the Sire de La Fère. He was the son of his predecessor William, Lord of Coucy, Marle, Fère, Oisy and Mount-Mirel, who held the titles from 1321–1335. After his death during the sequence of battles ending with the Battle of Crécy in 1346, he was succeeded by Enguerrand VII, his son by Catherine of Austria.

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Preceded by
William
Lord of Coucy
1335–1346
Succeeded by
Enguerrand VII