Alfonso de la Cerda of Spain

Alfonso de la Cerda, called of Spain (France, 1289 - Gentilly, France, 1327) from the Castilian House of Ivrea was Archdeacon of Paris, baron of Lunel and Lord of Tafalla & Caparroso. He was the eldest son of Alfonso de la Cerda, called "the disinherited".

Alfonso de la Cerda of Spain
baron of Lunel
Arms of Alfonso of Spain, Grandson of Ferdinand of La Cerda, Infante of Castile.svg
Arms of Alfonso de la Cerda of Spain
Born1289
France
Died1327 (aged 38)
Gentilly, France
Noble familyHouse of la Cerda
Spouse(s)Isabelle d'Antoing
IssueCharles de la Cerda
FatherAlfonso de la Cerda
MotherMatilde de Brienne

BiographyEdit

Hist father, Alfonso de la Cerda the disinherited moved to France, the country of his grandmother, where his second cousin Charles IV of France made him baron de Lunel and his namesake son was born. Alfonso of Spain became Archdeacon of Paris in 1322, Baron of Lunel in 1324 and Lord of Tafalla & Caparroso in 1325. He died in 1327, at the age of 38.

FamilyEdit

Alfonso of Spain married Isabelle d'Antoing, Viscountess Ghent, the daughter of Hugh IV, Lord of Antoing, and Mary, Viscountess Ghent. He was the father of:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Farmer, Sharon. The Silk Industries of Medieval Paris, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016, ISBN 9780812293319, p. 16

SourcesEdit

  • Europaische Stammtafeln, Vol.3.