Frederick I, Count of Vaudémont
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|Frederick I, Count of Vaudémont|
|Spouse(s)||Margaret of Joinville|
|Noble family||House of Lorraine|
|Father||John I, Duke of Lorraine|
|Mother||Sophie of Württemberg|
|Died||25 October 1415
He was the son of Duke John I of Lorraine and younger brother of Charles II. In 1393, Frederick married Margaret the heiress of Vaudémont and Joinville, and became Count of these lands in her right. He founded the House of Vaudémont, a junior branch of the House of Lorraine.
His children were:
- Antoine, who succeeded as Count of Vaudémont,
- Elisabeth, who married Philipp I of Nassau-Weilburg, and
- Margaret, who married Thibault II of Blamont.
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