Charles II, Count of Nevers
Charles II (died in Louvre in 1521) was Count of Nevers (1506–1521). He was son of Engelbert de La Mark and Charlotte de Bourbon-Vendome.
Charles II, Duke of Nevers
Coat-of-arms of Nevers
|Noble family||La Marck|
|Spouse(s)||Marie d'Albret, Countess of Rethel|
|Father||Engelbert, Count of Nevers|
|Mother||Charlotte de Bourbone-Vendome|
He belongs to the House de La Mark. His father Engelbert, Count of Nevers (1491–1506) was son of John I, Duke of Cleves (1384–1404) and Elisabeth Countess of Nevers. Elisabeth was great-granddaughter of Philip II duke of Burgundy.
Charles II succeeded his father in 1506. He married in 1504 to Marie d'Albret, Countess of Rethel, daughter of Jean d'Albret and Charlotte Countess of Rethel. Thus he became Count of Rethel jure uxoris. They had:
- Boltanski 2006, p. 501.
- Boltanski, Ariane (2006). Les ducs de Nevers et l'État royal: genèse d'un compromis (ca 1550 - ca 1600) (in French). Librairie Droz.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
Charles II, Count of NeversDied: 1521
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