John II of Chalon-Arlay
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John II, lord of Chalon-Arlay (1312 – 25 February 1362) was a member of the House of Chalon-Arlay. He succeeded his father Hugh I lord of Arlay to this title, and was himself succeeded by his son, Hugh II lord of Arlay.
John II lord of Arlay
|Noble family||House of Chalon-Arlay|
|Spouse(s)||Marguerite de Mello|
Marie de Geneva
|Father||Hugh I lord of Arlay|
|Mother||Beatrice de La Tour-du-Pin|
His mother Béatrice de La Tour-du-Pin (1275–1347) was the daughter of the comte Humbert I. Before 1332 he married Marguerite of Mello (House of Mello, daughter of the lord of Château-Chinon and of Sainte-Hermine Dreux IV of Mello, and of Eleanor of Savoy, daughter of the Duke of Aosta and Count of Savoy Amadeus V). With Marguerite he had the following children
- John of Chalon (died 1360) Seigneur d'Auberive
- Hugh II lord of Arlay (1334–1388) Seigneur d'Arlay, in 1363 married Blanche, Dame de Frontenay
- Louis I of Chalon-Arlay (died 1366) Seigneur d'Arguel, married Marguerite of Vienne in 1363 (daughter of the Seigneur de Pymont Philippe de Vienne)
- Marguerite of Châlon (1338–1392), married c.1356 to comte Etienne de Montbéliard and Seigneur de Montfaucon.
In 1361, he remarried to Marie of Geneva, daughter of Amadeus III, Count of Geneva.