Jean de Luxembourg
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Jean de Luxembourg (Jean Bastard of Luxemburg, also named Hennequin) (around 1400 – 28 July 1466) was a Burgundian noble.
He was a member of the Council of Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy, and later of the Great Council of Mechelen, the highest court in the Burgundian Netherlands. In 1433 he was made a Knight in the Order of the Golden Fleece. From 1446 until his death, he was Admiral of the Netherlands outside Flanders. He was also Lord of Haubourdin.
John married Jacqueline de La Trémoille, daughter of Pierre II de La Trémoille, and widow of André de Toulongeon. They had no children.
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