Jean I, Lord of Monaco

Jean I Grimaldi (Giovanni I Grimaldi) (c. 1382 – 1454) was Lord of Monaco three times; 1395, jointly with his brothers Ambroise and Antonie from 1419 to 1436, and he held the title by himself from 1436 until 1454.[1]

Jean I
Lord of Monaco
Bornc. 1382
Died1454 (aged 71–72)
Spouse(s)Pomellina Fregoso
Issue
FatherRainier II, Lord of Monaco
MotherIsabella Asinari

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Jean I, Lord of Monaco
Born: c. 1382 Died: 1454
Preceded by
Charles I, Antonio, Gabriele and Rainier II
Lord of Monaco
1395
Succeeded by
Louis I
Preceded by
Republic of Genova (1402–1419)
Lord of Monaco
Until 1427 jointly with Ambroise and Antonie:
1419–1454
Succeeded by
Catalan