Peter II, Count of La Marche
He was knighted by his father shortly before the Battle of Brignais, in which both father and son fought. Both were mortally wounded during the battle, but were carried away by their soldiers to Lyon. He survived his father only a short while, and was succeeded by his brother John.
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- Thompson, James Westfall (1909). The Wars of Religion in France, 1559-1576. The University of Chicago Press.
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