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Joan I Navarre, 22nd Great-Grandmother

December 30, 2013 , , ,

Jeanne I Navarre married the king of France when she was 13 years old.  She founded a college and died either in childbirth or was killed by her husband.

In 1274, upon the death of her father, she became Countess of Champagne and Queen regnant of Navarre. Her mother Queen Blanche was her guardian and regent in Navarre. Various powers, both foreign and Navarrese, sought to take advantage of the minority of the heiress and the “weakness” of the female regent, which caused Joan and her mother to seek protection at the court of Philip III of France.

At the age of 13, Joan married the future Philip IV of France on August 16, 1284, becoming Queen of France a year later. Their three surviving sons would all become Kings of France, in turn, and their only surviving daughter Queen consort of England. Queen Joan founded the famous College of Navarre in Paris.

Joan led an army against the Count de Bar when he rebelled against her.

Joan died in 1305 either in childbirth or one chronicler even accused her husband of having killed her. Her personal physician was the inventor Guido da Vigevano. Following her death the crowns of Navarre and France were united for almost half a century.
Family Name:de Blois Given Names:Joan

Titles: Countess of Champagne (1274 – 1305)
Queen of Navarre (1274 – 1305)

Born:14 Jan 1273
Bar-sur-Seine, France Died:2 Apr 1305
Vincennes, Paris, France
(Age 32)
English/Scottish Royal Blood: 11.71875%

Father:Henry I, King of Navarre (Henry III of Champagne) About 1210
– 1274
Mother:Blanche d’Artois (daughter of Robert I, Count of Artois)
About 1247 – 2 May 1302

Marriage: Philip IV, King of France (The Fair) About 1268 – 29 Oct
1314
Date: 16 Aug 1284His Age: 17Her Age: 12
Place: Unknown place
Offspring:
+2 Louis X, King of France 1289 – May 1316
+4 Isabel of France (wife of King Edward II) 1292 – 22 Aug 1358
+2 Philip V, King of France (The Tall) 1294 – 3 Jan 1322
+3 Charles IV, King of France (The Fair) 1294 – 1 Feb 1328

Notes:
Joan was a patron of the arts and founded the college of Navarre.

Joan died in childbirth.

Jeanne Joan I Navarre (1273 – 1305)
is my 22nd great grandmother
Lady Isabella England D Capet (1292 – 1358)
daughter of Jeanne Joan I NAVARRE
Edward Plantagenet (1312 – 1377)
son of Lady Isabella England D Capet
John Gaunt Plantagenet (1340 – 1399)
son of Edward Plantagenet
John Marquis Somerset BEAUFORT (1374 – 1410)
son of John Gaunt Plantagenet
Joan Beaufort (1407 – 1445)
daughter of John Marquis Somerset BEAUFORT
Joan Stewart (1428 – 1486)
daughter of Joan Beaufort
John Gordon (1450 – 1517)
son of Joan Stewart
Robert Lord Gordon (1475 – 1525)
son of John Gordon
Catherine Gordon (1497 – 1537)
daughter of Robert Lord Gordon
Lady Elizabeth Ashton (1524 – 1588)
daughter of Catherine Gordon
Capt Roger Dudley (1535 – 1585)
son of Lady Elizabeth Ashton
Gov Thomas Dudley (1576 – 1653)
son of Capt Roger Dudley
Anne Dudley (1612 – 1672)
daughter of Gov Thomas Dudley
John Bradstreet (1652 – 1718)
son of Anne Dudley
Mercy Bradstreet (1689 – 1725)
daughter of John Bradstreet
Caleb Hazen (1720 – 1777)
son of Mercy Bradstreet
Mercy Hazen (1747 – 1819)
daughter of Caleb Hazen
Martha Mead (1784 – 1860)
daughter of Mercy Hazen
Abner Morse (1808 – 1838)
son of Martha Mead
Daniel Rowland Morse (1838 – 1910)
son of Abner Morse
Jason A Morse (1862 – 1932)
son of Daniel Rowland Morse
Ernest Abner Morse (1890 – 1965)
son of Jason A Morse
Richard Arden Morse (1920 – 2004)
son of Ernest Abner Morse
Pamela Morse
I am the daughter of Richard Arden Morse

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not my best descent, cousin Pamela. I am at the farm and reduced to using my I-Phone, so I just used the computer’s 1st choice. So distant there is no wifi out here. my best Rick

Jeanne, Princess of Navarre (1271 – 1305)
is your 19th great grandmother
Isabella of France (1292 – 1358)
daughter of Jeanne, Princess of Navarre
Edward III, King Of England (1312 – 1377)
son of Isabella of France
John of Gaunt (1340 – 1399)
son of Edward III, King Of England
Joan Beaufort (1375 – 1445)
daughter of John of Gaunt
Cecily Neville (1415 – 1495)
daughter of Joan Beaufort
Edward IV, King Of England (1442 – 1483)
son of Cecily Neville
Margaret Watson Plantagenet (1478 – 1528)
daughter of Edward IV, King Of England
Lawrence Stoughton (1491 – 1577)
son of Margaret Watson Plantagenet
Anne Stoughton (1540 – 1574)
daughter of Lawrence Stoughton
Richard Barker (1563 – 1639)
son of Anne Stoughton
Captain William Barker (1620 – 1654)
son of Richard Barker
Sarah Barker (1650 – 1694)
daughter of Captain William Barker
Samuel Lucy (1676 – 1735)
son of Sarah Barker
Burwell Lucy (1720 – 1772)
son of Samuel Lucy
Isham Vaughn Lucy (1752 – 1820)
son of Burwell Lucy
William B Lucy (1779 – 1823)
son of Isham Vaughn Lucy
Sarah Ann Lucy (1811 – 1866)
daughter of William B Lucy
Burwell Christmas Evans (1844 – 1889)
son of Sarah Ann Lucy
Ethel Evans (1887 – 1981)
daughter of Burwell Christmas Evans
Ethel Bennett (1917 – 2013)
daughter of Ethel Evans
Frederick Edward Rehfeldt
You are the son of Ethel Bennett –

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Frederick Edward rehfeldt

December 31, 2013

We are together at John of Gaunt, which I seem to have 3 different ways..also Cecilly Neville is in my tree. pretty amazing how many common ancestors we have centuries ago…

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mermaidcamp

December 31, 2013

It is amazing. Genealogy may be the best way to understand English history. I do not see how anyone can understand today’s world without understanding English history. It has been a great hobby. I seem to have started exploring it at just the right time for me. I have 17,000 plus people in my tree. I may never really finish.

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Frederick Edward rehfeldt

January 1, 2014

wow that’s quite a tale of a fascinating life that Jeanne/Joan had. what’s Your take on this? How do you think she died?

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Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

December 31, 2013

I think it is just as likely that her husband killed her…those days were treacherous for powerful women.

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mermaidcamp

December 31, 2013

LOL I don’t think I could have done that on a mobile pamela. Lovely pictures

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London-Unattached.com

January 1, 2014

I agree – I’m sure she died in childbirth. Weird thing is….there is no mention of a baby? If she gave birth, where is the baby in all this? Even if the baby was stillborn or had died, it would still be noted. Any one else find this odd and fascinating at the same time? Such mystery!

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Rebecca

June 3, 2017

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