John II of Cottereau, Baron of Jauche

John of Cottereau, baron of Jauche, sometimes Van Coutereau Lord of Assche (died 17 September 1561), was the lord mayor of the City of Brussels in 1534.

Family and DescendantsEdit

He was born as the only son of John I of Cottereau, Baron of Jauche and Margueritte, Lady of Assche.[1] He married in 1556 a second time to the lady in waiting of Mary of Hungria: Catherine de Brandenbourg, Lady of Steenockerzeel. He was buried in the family mausoleum of the church of Asse[2][3] with his spouse.[4]

Children:

Their descendants belong to the Belgian nobility.

CareerEdit

On 29 April 1556, John received by Royal decree the right of Lord Baron of Jauche. He was member of the Seven Noble Houses of Brussels, and had an important career in the Duchy of Brabant.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Familie de Coterau - Koninklijke Heemkring Ascania". www.ascania.be.
  2. ^ New picture of Brussels by J. B. Romberg pag. 190
  3. ^ Generosus eques Joannes Cotereau, Baro Jauceanus, Dominus de Asscha et in Asscha, de Wydeu, de Releghem, et curiae foedorum Brabantiae locum tenens aequi amantissimus, divini cultus et reipublicae studiosissimus, relicta nobili Catharina de Brandenbourgh uxore altera amantissima cum tribus filiis et una filia, annos natus sexaginta et septem, defunctus est anno Domini 1561 mensis Septembris 17, Requiescat in pace. Restauratum per Dnam Catharinam Cotereau Marchionissam de et in Asscha viduam Dni Francisci Philippi Taye Marchionis de Wemmei anno Domini 1766
  4. ^ Histoire chronologique des evêques et du chapitre exemt de l'église cathédrale de S. Bavon à Gand; suivi d'un recueil des epitaphes modernes et anciennes de cette église, p 166, Hellin