Louis III, Count of Chiny

Louis III (d. August 12? 1189), Count of Chiny,[1] son of Albert, Count of Chiny, and his spouse Agnes of Bar.[2]

He succeeded his father in 1162 and continued the family's support of the Abbey of Orval. He entered the Third Crusade alongside Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa, dying in transit in Belgrade.

He married Sophie (d. 1207), whose family is unknown.[3] Their children were:

Upon his death, his son Louis assumed the role of Count of Chiny.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Arlette Laret-Kayser, Entre Bar et Luxembourg : Le Comté de Chiny des Origines à 1300. Bruxelles (Crédit Communal, Collection Histoire), 1986.
  2. ^ Agneza (Agnes)
  3. ^ ANSEAU de Garlande