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Joan of Navarre, Queen of England 1403-1413 by TFfan234 Joan of Navarre, Queen of England 1403-1413 by TFfan234
Joan Évreux of Navarre

Born: 1370, Pamplona, Navarre (currently Spain)
Died: 10 June 1437, Havering-atte-Bower, London, England
Buried: Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, England

Reigned Brittany: 2 Oct 1386 – 1 Nov 1399

Married John V Montfort Duke of Brittany: 1 Nov 1396

Reigned England: 7 Feb 1403 – 20 Mar 1413
Married Henry IV Plantagenet King of England: 7 Feb 1403

She was the daughter of Charles II Évreux King of Navarre and Joan of Valois (daughter of King John II of France and Bonne of Bohemia of the Luxembourg family).

Married 1st John V Duke of Brittany
Children: 9
1. Joan of Brittany (12 Aug 1387 – 7 Dec 1388)
2. Daughter (1388)
3. John VI Duke of Brittany (24 Dec 1389 – 29 Aug 1442) married Joan of France (daughter of Charles VI of France, and great granddaughter of John II.)
4. Marie of Brittany (18 Feb 1391 – 18 Dec 1446) married John I of Alençon
5. Margaret of Brittany (1392 – 13 Apr 1428) married Alain IX, Viscount of Rohan
6. Arthur III Duke of Brittany (24 Aug 1393 – 26 Dec 1458) married 3 times no issue
7. Gilles (1394 – 19 July 1412)
8. Richard (1395 – 2 June 1438 ) Count of Montfort, Vertus and Étampes, married Marguerite d'Orléans, had issue
9. Blanch of Brittany (1397 – after 1412)

Married Henry IV Plantagenet King of England: 7 Feb 1403
Children: 1
1. Edmund (1401-1401)

While Henry IV was in Breton during his banishment she and him developed an affection for eachother and they married in 1403 but had no surviving children he did have children from his previous marriage to Mary de Bohun. She had a good relationship with the children and even took Henry V’s side in his quarrels with his father Henry IV

In 1419 she was accused of using Witchcraft to poison Henry V and she was inprissoned for 4 years at Pevensey Castle in Sussex, after she lived in Nottingham Castle throughout Henry V and Henry VI’s reign. She was buried next to Henry IV at Canterbury Cathedral.


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