Marie of Évreux
|Spouse(s)||John III, Duke of Brabant|
|Noble family||House of Capet|
|Mother||Margaret of Artois|
|Died||31 October 1335|
She was Duchess of Brabant by her marriage to John III, Duke of Brabant. Her paternal grandmother being Marie of Brabant, she was a great-granddaughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant and so, her husband's second cousin.
Marie was the eldest of five children born to her parents. Marie's younger siblings included: Charles d'Évreux; Lord of Étampes, Philip III of Navarre; husband of Joan II of Navarre, and Jeanne d'Évreux; Queen of France by her marriage to Charles IV of France.
- Joanna, Duchess of Brabant (1322–1406)
- Margaret of Brabant (February 9, 1323 – 1368), married at Saint-Quentin on June 6, 1347 Louis II of Flanders
- Marie of Brabant (1325 – March 1, 1399), Lady of Turnhout, married at Tervuren on July 1, 1347 Reginald III of Guelders
- John (1327–1335/36)
- Henri (d. October 29, 1349)
- Godfrey (d. aft. February 3, 1352)
Marie's daughter Joanna was the first woman to be Duchess of Brabant in her own right.
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