Blanche del Carretto

Blanche del Carretto (1432 – 1458), was Lady of Monaco by marriage to Catalan, Lord of Monaco. She has also been called Marguerite del Carretto.[1]

Blanche del Carretto
BornBlanche del Carretto
IssueClaudine, Lady of Monaco
FatherGaleotto I del Carretto, Margrave of Finale
MotherVannina Adorno

She was the daughter of Galeotto I del Carretto, Margrave of Finale. Blanche and Catalan had only one child. Her husband designated their daughter Claudine as ruler of Monaco upon his death. When he died in 1457, he was succeeded by their daughter Claudine, then only a child, but the regency government was assigned to Blanche's mother-in-law Pomellina Fregoso rather than to Blanche.[1] Pomellina was deposed by Claudine's cousin Lambert in 1458, who assumed the Lordship of Monaco himself. Blanche died the same year of the accession of Lambert.

Issue
  1. Claudine, Lady of Monaco (1451-1515)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Saige, Gustave (1897). Monaco: Ses Origines et Son Histoire. Imprimerie de Monaco. Retrieved 8 April 2019.
  • Michel-Yves Mourou, Princesses de Monaco, Editions du Rocher, Monaco, 2010. ISBN 2268068714
Blanche del Carretto
Born: 1432 Died: 1458
Preceded by Lady Consort of Monaco
1454–1457
Succeeded by