Marie of Armagnac

Marie of Armagnac (c. 1420–1473) was a French noblewoman, daughter of John IV of Armagnac and his second wife, Isabella of Navarre.[1]

Marie of Armagnac
Duchess of Alençon
Died25 July 1473 (aged 52–53)
Cloister Mortagne-au-Perche
(m. 1437)
IssueCatherine of Alençon
René of Alençon
FatherJohn IV of Armagnac
MotherIsabella of Navarre

Marriage and childrenEdit

On 30 April 1437, Marie became the second wife of John II of Alençon.[2] Their marriage was at the Chateau L'Isle-Jourdain. They had two surviving children:

Marie died on 25 July 1473 at Cloister Mortagne-au-Perche. Her husband died three years later, on 8 September 1476 in Paris.



  1. ^ des Noes 2004, p. 71.
  2. ^ a b Potter 1995, p. 375.
  3. ^ Pernoud & Clin 1998, p. 173.


  • des Noes, François Bouvier (2004). Procédures politiques du règne de Louis XI: le procès de René d'Alençon, comte du Perche, 1481-1483 (in French). Volume 1. Atelier national de reproduction des thèses.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
  • Pernoud, Regine; Clin, Narue-Veronique (1998). Wheeler, Bonnie (ed.). Joan of Arc: Her Story. Translated by Adams, Jeremy duQuesnay. St. Martin's Press.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
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Marie of Armagnac
Born: 1420 1473
Preceded by
Jeanne of Valois
Duchess of Alençon
Succeeded by
Marguerite of Tancarville