List of consorts of Bar

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Countess consort of Bar[edit]

House of Ardennes-Bar, 959–1093[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Countess Ceased to be Countess Death Spouse
Beatrice of Paris
[1]
Hugh the Great
(Robertians)
938-940 10 September/12 November 954 959
duchy divided
18 May 978
husband's death
23 September 1003 Frederick I
Richilde of Metz
[1]
Folmar III, Count of Bliesgau and Metz
(Metz)
- 985/992 between 11 April 1026 and 12 January 1027
husband's death
- Theodoric I
Matilde of Swabia
[1]
Herman II, Duke of Swabia
(Conradines)
988/995 1012–1016 1019
husband's accession
17/18 May 1026
husband's death
20 July 1031/1032 Frederick II

House of Montbéliard, 1093–1354[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Countess Ceased to be Countess Death Spouse
Ermentrude of Burgundy
[2][3][4]
William I, Count of Burgundy
(Ivrea)
1050/55 1065 21 January/June 1093
husband's accession
2 January 1105
husband's death
1105, after Theodoric II
Gisela of Vaudémont
[3][4]
Gerad, Count of Vaudémont
(Ardennes-Metz)
- before 1120 2 January 1105
husband's accession
after 1141 Reginald I
Blason Blois Ancien.svg Agnes of Champagne
[3]
Theobald II, Count of Champagne
(Blois)
1138 1055 25 July 1170
husband's death
7 August 1207 Reginald II
Blason Bar-sur-Seine.png Ermesinde-Isabella of Bar-sur-Seine
[3][5]
Guy, Count of Bar-sur-Seine
(Brienne)
- 1189 14/9 October 1190
husband's accession
1195
divorce
1211 or after Theobald I
Ermesinda.jpg Ermesinde of Namur, Countess of Luxembourg
[3][5]
Henry IV, Count of Luxembourg and Namur
(Namur)
June 1186 1197 13 February 1214
husband's death
12 February 1247
Blason Comtes de Dreux.svg Philippa de Dreux
[3][5]
Robert II, Count of Dreux
(Dreux)
1192 21/27 December 1219 13 November 1239
husband's death
17 March 1242 Henry II
Armoiries Bourbon Dampierre.svg Jeanne of Dampierre
[3][5]
William II, Lord of Dampierre
(Dampierre)
- March or 31 August 1245 1245/46 Theobald II
Jeanne of Toucy
[3][5]
John, Lord of Toucy - 1246 October 1291
husband's death
February or 7 July 1317
Eleanor, Countess of Bar.jpg Eleanor of England
[3][5]
Edward I of England
(Plantaganet)
17 June 1264/9 20 September 1293 12 October 1298 Henry III
Blason Ducs Bourgogne (ancien).svg Marie of Burgundy
[3][5]
Robert II, Duke of Burgundy
(Burgundy)
1298 11 February 1310 before 1336 Edward I
Blason Comte-de-Flandre.svg Yolande of Flanders
[3][5]
Robert, Count of Marle
(Dampierre)
15 September 1326 or 1331 1340 7/24 Decz 1344
husband's death
12 December 1395 Henry IV

Duchess consort of Bar[edit]

House of Montbéliard, 1354–1430[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Duchess Ceased to be Duchess Death Spouse
Arms of the Kingdom of France (Ancien).svg Marie of Valois
[6]
John II of France
(Valois)
18 September 1344 1 December 1364 15 October 1404 Robert I

House of Valois-Anjou, 1430–1483[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Duchess Ceased to be Duchess Death Spouse
IsabelaLorraine.jpg Isabella, Duchess of Lorraine
[6][7][8][9][10]
Charles II, Duke of Lorraine
(Lorraine)
1400 24 October 1420 26 June 1430
husband's accession
28 February 1453 René I
Jana di anjova.jpg Jeanne de Laval
[7][8][11]
Guy XIV de Laval, Count of Laval
(Laval)
10 November 1433 10 September 1454 10 July 1480
husband's death
19 December 1498

House of Vaudemont, 1483–1737[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Duchess Ceased to be Duchess Death Spouse
Armoiries Harcourt.png Joan, Countess of Tancarville
[6][12][13][14][15][16][17][18]
William, Count of Tancarville
(Harcourt)
- 9 September 1471 24 July 1473
husband's accession
23 March 1483
marriage annulled
8 November 1488 René II
CORD-Gisant Philippe Gueldre.jpg Phillipa of Guelders
[6][12][13][14][15][16][9][17][18][19]
Adolf, Duke of Guelders
(Egmond)
9 November 1467 1 September 1485 10 December 1508
husband's death
26 February 1547
Blason comte fr Montpensier (Bourbon2).svg Renée de Bourbon
[6][12][13]
Gilbert, Count of Montpensier
(Bourbon-Montpensier)
1494 26 June 1515 26 May 1539 Antoine
Called Christina of Denmark Dowager-Duchess of Milan and Lorraine 1568-72.jpg Christina of Denmark
[6][12][13]
Christian II of Denmark
(Oldenburg)
November 1521 10 July 1541 14 June 1544
husband's accession
12 June 1545
husband's death
10 December 1590 Francis I
Claude of Valois1.jpg Claude de Valois
[6][12][13]
Henry II of France
(Valois)
12 November 1547 19 January 1559 21 February 1575 Charles III
Margarita Gonzaga, future Duchess of Lorraine as depicted in 1606 by Frans Pourbus the Younger.jpg Margerita Gonzaga
[6][12][13][20]
Vincent I of Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua and Montferrat
(Gonzaga)
2 October 1591 24 April 1606 14 May 1608
husband's accession
31 July 1624
husband's death
7 February 1632 Henry II
Engraving of Christina of Salm while Duchess of Lorraine.jpg Christina of Salm
[6][12][13][20]
Paul, Count of Salm
(Salm)
May 1575 1597 25 November 1625
husband's accession
1 December 1625
husband's abdication
31 December 1627 Francis II
Nicole de Lorraine, Duchess of Lorraine by Moncornet.jpg Nicolette of Lorraine
[6][12][13][20]
Henry II, Duke of Lorraine
(Vaudemont)
3 October 1608 23 May 1621 1 December 1625
husband's accession
19 January 1634
husband's abdication
2 February 1657 Charles IV
Lorraine Arms 1538.svg Claude of Lorraine
[6][12][13][20]
Henry II, Duke of Lorraine
(Vaudemont)
12 October 1612 17 February 1634 2 August 1648 Nicholas II
Beatriz Cusance.jpg Béatrix de Cusance
[6][12][13][20]
Claude François de Cusance, Baron of Belvoir
(Cusance)
27 December 1614 9 April 1637 1661
husband's restoration
5 June 1663 Charles IV
Aspremont.PNG Marie Louise d'Aspremont
[6][12][13][20]
Charles II, comte d'Aspremont
(Aspremont)
1651/52 1665 18 September 1675
husband's death
23 October 1692
Elisabeth Charlotte de Orleans.jpg Élisabeth Charlotte d'Orléans
[6][12][13][20][21]
Philippe I, Duke of Orléans
(Orléans)
13 September 1676 13 October 1698 27 March 1729
husband's death
23 December 1744 Leopold
Andreas Moeller - Erzherzogin Maria Theresia - Kunsthistorisches Museum.jpg Maria Theresa of Austria
[6][12][13][20][21]
Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor
(Habsburg)
13 May 1717 12 February 1736 9 July 1737
Duchy given to Stanislas
29 November 1780 Francis III

House of Leszczyński, 1737–1766[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Duchess Ceased to be Duchess Death Spouse
Mányoki Catherine Opalińska.jpg Catherine Opalińska
[6][12][20][22][23]
Jan Karol Opaliński
(Opaliński)
13 October 1680 10 May 1698 9 July 1737
husband's accession
19 March 1747 Stanislas

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Also Duchess consort of Upper Lotharingia.
  2. ^ Also Countess consort of Montbéliard.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Also Lady of Mousson.
  4. ^ a b Also Countess consort of Verdun.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h Also Lady of Amance.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Also Marquise of Pont-à-Mousson.
  7. ^ a b Also Duchess consort of Anjou.
  8. ^ a b Also Countess consort of Provence.
  9. ^ a b Also Countess consort of Guise.
  10. ^ Also Queen consort of Naples.
  11. ^ Also Claimaint Queen consort of Naples.
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Also Duchess consort of Lorraine.
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Also the Angevin Duchess consort of Calabria.
  14. ^ a b Also Countess consort of Vaudémont.
  15. ^ a b Also Countess consort of Harcourt.
  16. ^ a b Also Baroness of Elbeuf.
  17. ^ a b Also Baroness of Mayenne.
  18. ^ a b Also Lady of Joinville.
  19. ^ Also Countess consort of Aumale.
  20. ^ a b c d e f g h i Also Marquise of Nomeny.
  21. ^ a b Also Duchess consort of Teschen.
  22. ^ Also the Former Queen consort of Poland.
  23. ^ Also the Former Grand Duchess consort of Lithuania.

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