John of Luxembourg, Lord of Beauvoir
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|John of Luxembourg|
|Lord of Beauvoir and Richebourg as John I|
|Reign||1387 - 1397|
|Count of Brienne and Conversano, Lord of Enghien as John II|
|Reign||1394 - 1397 with Margaret, Countess of Brienne|
|Predecessor||Louis, Count of Enghien|
|Successor||Peter I of Luxembourg|
|Died||bef. 2 July 1397
|Spouse||Margaret, Countess of Brienne (1387 - 1397)|
|Issue||Peter I of Luxembourg
John II of Luxembourg, Count of Ligny
Louis of Luxembourg
Catherine of Luxembourg
Jeanne of Luxembourg
|House||House of Luxembourg|
|Father||Guy I of Luxembourg|
|Mother||Mahaut of Châtillon|
John of Luxembourg (Jean de Luxembourg) (c. 1370 – bef. 2 July 1397, Italy), was Lord of Beauvoir (or Beaurevoir) and Richebourg, and also (as John II) Count of Brienne and Conversano (iure uxoris).
He was a son of Guy I of Luxembourg, Count of Ligny and Mahaut de Châtillon (1335-1378), Countess of Saint-Pol.
They had five children:
- Peter I of Luxembourg (1390- 31 August 1433), Count of Saint-Pol and Count of Brienne.
- John II of Luxembourg, Count of Ligny (1392- 5 January 1441), inherited the title of Beauvoir from his father, and the title of Ligny from his aunt, Jeanne of Luxembourg.
- Louis of Luxembourg (died 18 September 1443). He was a statesman and a high-ranking churchman.
- Catherine of Luxembourg (born c.1393)
- Jeanne of Luxembourg (died 1420), married firstly, on 8 September 1415, Louis, Seigneur de Ghistelles (killed at the Battle of Agincourt); she married secondly on 28 October 1419, Jean IV, Viscount of Melun, Constable of Flanders.
- Douglas Richardson. Royal Ancestry, Vol. V. p P. 422.