Marguerite de Thouars (r. 1365–1377)

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Marguerite de Thouars (r. 1365–1377)

Joint ruler of Dreux . Name variations: Margaret of Thouars. Reigned from 1365 to 1377; daughter of Simon de Thouars, ruler of Dreux (r. 1355–1365); sister of Peronelle de Thouars.

Marguerite de Thouars was a co-parcener of Dreux with her brother Peronelle de Thouars. They sold the fief in 1377–78 to Charles VI, king of France. Charles then conferred it on the house of Albret.

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