Marie of Evreux (d. 1335)

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Marie of Evreux (d. 1335)

Duchess of Brabant . Name variations: Marie de France or Marie of France; Mary of Evreux. Died in 1335; daughter of Louis, count of Evreux; married John III the Triumphant (1300–1355), duke of Brabant (r. 1312–1355), around July 19, 1311; children: Margaret of Brabant (1323–1368); Joanna of Brabant (1322–1406); Marie of Guelders (1325–1399); John of Brabant (1327–1335); Henry of Brabant (d.1349); Godfrey of Brabant (d. after February 1352). Her husband John III had many illegitimate children, including John Brant; William Brant; John van Veen; Joanna (who married Costin von Raenst); Jeanette (who married Godfrey van der Dilft); Marie van Veen (a nun in Brussels who died in 1394); Arnold van der Hulpen (who married Elisabeth Moedels); Henry van der Hulpen; Margareta van der Hulpen (who married Bernardus van der Spout and Walter de Melin); Barbe van Ophem (a nun who died in 1354); Nikolaus de Sweerthere; Nikolaus de Werthusen; Henry of Brussels; John van Linden; John van Overysche; Dionysius van Louvain; Katharina (who married Godefroy de Henri-Chapelle); another daughter who married Winand de Henri-Chapelle; another daughter who married Clerembaut de Hauterive.

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