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  1. Catherine Henriette de Bourbon (11 November 1596 – 20 June 1663) was an illegitimate daughter of King Henry IV of France and his long-term maîtresse en titre Gabrielle d'Estrées. She was declared legitimate on 17 November 1596 at the Abbey of St. Ouen in Rouen and married into the Princely House of Guise . Issue [ edit]

  2. Catharine of Bourbon (1440 in Liège – 21 May 1469 in Nijmegen ) was Duchess of Guelders from 1465-1469 by her marriage to Adolf, Duke of Guelders. She was a daughter of Charles I, Duke of Bourbon and his wife Agnes of Burgundy.

  3. Catherine Catharina Prinses van Bourbon-Dombes, Hertogin van Gelre en Gulik, Gravin van Zutphen de Bourbon (Bourbon) (est. 1440 - certain 22 May 1469) 0 references Wikipedia (10 entries) edit arzwiki كاثرين من بوربون cswiki Kateřina Bourbonská elwiki Αικατερίνη των Βουρβόνων, δούκισσα του Χέλρε enwiki Catharine of Bourbon

  4. Charles de Bourbon (1401 – 4 December 1456) was the oldest son of John I, Duke of Bourbon and Marie, Duchess of Auvergne. Biography [ edit ] Charles was Count of Clermont-en-Beauvaisis from 1424, and Duke of Bourbon and Auvergne from 1434 to his death, although due to the imprisonment of his father after the Battle of Agincourt , he acquired control of the duchy more than eighteen years ...

  5. Family and issue. Adolf married Catharine of Bourbon (1440–1469), daughter of Charles I, Duke of Bourbon, in 1463.They had twin children : Philippa (1467–1547), married in 1485 René II, Duke of Lorraine (1451–1508)

  6. Charles II (9 November 1467 – 30 June 1538) was a member of the House of Egmond who ruled as Duke of Guelders and Count of Zutphen from 1492 until his death. He was the son of Adolf of Egmond and Catharine of Bourbon. He had a principal role in the Frisian peasant rebellion and the Guelders Wars . Life[ edit]

  7. 31 de dic. de 2020 · Charles I, Duke of Bourbon. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Charles I of Bourbon (1401–4 December 1456, Château de Moulins) was Count of Clermont-en-Beauvaisis from 1424, and Duke of Bourbon and Auvergne from 1434 to his death, although due to the imprisonment of his father after the Battle of Agincourt, he acquired control of the duchy more than eighteen years before his father's death.