Bernard d'Armagnac, Count of Pardiac

Bernard d'Armagnac, Count of Pardiac (died 1462) was a younger son of Bernard VII, Count of Armagnac[1] and Bonne of Berry.

He fought at the Battle of Patay in 1429. That year he married Eleanor of Bourbon-La Marche, daughter and ultimately heir of James II, Count of La Marche.[2] He served as lieutenant-general in La Marche and governor of Limousin in 1441, and later as lieutenant-general of Languedoc and Roussillon in 1461.

He was the father of:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ de Wavrin 2012, p. 220.
  2. ^ a b Potter 1995, p. 376.

SourcesEdit

  • Potter, David (1995). Keen, Maurice (ed.). A History of France, 1460–1560: The Emergence of a Nation State. Macmillan.
  • de Wavrin, Jean (2012). Hardy, William; Hardy, Edward L.C.P. (eds.). Recueil Des Chroniques Et Anchiennes Istories de la Grant Bretaigne, À Present Nommé Engleterre. Vol.4: From A.D. 1431 to A.D. 1477. Cambridge University Press.


Preceded by
John I
Count of Pardiac
1424–1462
Succeeded by
James III
Preceded by
James II
Count of Castres and La Marche
1438–1462
With: Eleanor