Agnes de Dampierre (1237–1288)
Agnes de Dampierre (1237–1288)
Ruler of Bourbon. Name variations: Agness. Born in 1237; died on September 7, 1288 in Bourbon; daughter of Count of Guy (or Gui) II de Dampierre and Mahaut I (r. 1215–1242); sister of Mahaut II (ruler of Bourbon, 1249–1262, ruler of Nevers, 1257–1266); granddaughter of Mahaut de Courtenay (ruler of Nevers, 1182–1257); married Jean de Bourgogne, also known as John of Burgundy, in February 1247; children: Beatrix de Bourgogne (1257–1310), ruler of Bourbon (r. 1287–1310).
Born into the French nobility, Agnes was the younger daughter of Guy II de Dampierre and Mahaut I , countess of Bourbon. Her parents arranged a marriage for her with Sir John of Burgundy, a petty noble. Her older sister, another Mahaut, married John's brother Eudes. Agnes' mother left no male heirs when she died in 1259, and the barony of Bourbon passed to Mahaut, who succeeded as Mahaut II . Mahaut II ruled until 1262, then Bourbon passed to
Agnes, who held it until her death in 1287. Her daughter Beatrix de Bourgogne ruled Bourbon from 1287 to 1310.
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