Reginald of Burgundy

Reginald of Burgundy (died 1321) was Count of Montbéliard, jure uxoris, from 1282 to 1321. He was a son of Hugh of Chalon (from the House of Ivrée), sire of Salins, and his wife Adelaide.

Reginald of Burgundy
Count of Montbéliard, jure uxoris
Died1321
Noble familyHouse of Ivrea
Spouse(s)Guillemette of Neufchâtel
Issue
FatherHugh III, Count of Burgundy
MotherAdelaide, Countess Palatine of Burgundy

He married Guillemette of Neufchâtel and they had a son, Othenin, Count of Montbéliard and a daughter, Joanna, who married first Ulrich III, Count of Pfirt and second Rudolf Hesso, Margrave of Baden-Baden. By her first marriage she had four daughters, of whom two survived - Joanna of Pfirt, wife of Albert II, Duke of Austria and Ursula. After Reginald's death in 1322, his daughter Joanna inherited his lands. After Ulrich's death in 1324, she remarried and had two more daughters, Margaret and Adelaide.

SourcesEdit

  • (in French) Le Roman d'une Principauté, D. Seigneur. - Éditions : Cêtre (Besançon).