Hugh, Count of Burgundy
Hugh of Chalon (French: Hugues; 1220–1266) was count of Burgundy by his marriage to Adelaide, Countess of Burgundy, on 1 November 1236, when he was aged 16. He was the son of John, Count of Chalon, and his first wife, Mahat, daughter of Hugh III, Duke of Burgundy.
Hugh III of Châlon
|Count of Burgundy, jure uxoris|
|Died||1266 (aged 45–46)|
|Noble family||House of Ivrea|
|Spouse(s)||Adelaide I of Burgundy|
|Father||John, Count of Chalon|
|Mother||Mahaud of Burgundy|
He and Adelaide had the following children:
- Otto IV, Count of Burgundy (born 1248)
- Hugh (fl. 1312), Lord of Montbrison and Aspremont, married Bonne daughter of Amadeus V, Count of Savoy
- Étienne (died 1299)
- Reginald of Burgundy (died 1322), Count of Montbéliard by his marriage to Guillemette of Neufchâtel
- Jean (died 1302), Lord of Montaigu
- Alix, nun at Fontevraud Abbey
- Elisabeth (died 1275), married Count Hartmann V de Kibourg
- Hippolyte, Lady of Saint-Vallier, married Count Aymar IV of Poitiers and Diois
- Guyonne of Burgundy (died 1316), married Thomas III of Piedmont
- Marguerite, nun at Fontevraud Abbey
- Agnès, Lady of Saint-Aubin, married Count Philippe II de Vienne, Lord of Pagny
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