Jan van Lannoy
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Jan III van Lannoy (1410–1493) was a Flemish statesman in the service of the Dukes of Burgundy.
In 1448 he was appointed by Philip the Good as stadtholder of the County of Holland and Zeeland, a function he held until 1462. Between 1459 and 1463, he was also stadtholder of Lilloise Flanders.
In 1451 he became a Knight in the Order of the Golden Fleece. In 1452–53 he participated in the suppression of the Revolt of Ghent (1449–1453).
In 1468 he came into conflict with Duke Charles the Bold because of his good contacts with the French Court. He was forced to flee, but later reconciated with Charles.