James I, Count of Urgell
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|count of Urgell|
Coat of arms of Urgell
|18th Count of Urgell|
|Reign||1327 - 1347|
|Successor||Peter II, Count of Urgell|
|Died||15 November 1347|
|Noble family||of Barcelona|
|Spouse(s)||Cecilia de Comminges|
|Father||Alfonso IV of Aragon|
James I (1321 – 15 November 1347), the eighteenth Count of Urgell, was the fourth son of Alfonso IV King of Aragon and Teresa d'Entença & Cabrera, 17th Countess of Urgell.
He married Cecilia de Comminges (1321–1381), the daughter of Bernard VIII, Count of Comminges and Viscount of Turenne, in 1336 in Catalona. They had two children, Pedro 19th Conde of Urgel and Isabel.
James is believed to have been poisoned by his brother Peter in Barcelona.
- Zayas de la Portilla, Juan Bruno (2003). Orígenes, Compendio Histórico-Genealógico del Linaje Zayas, Descendencia del Infante Don Jaime de Aragón, Volumen I (in Spanish). Zayas Publishing. ISBN 0-9672876-0-X.
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