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  1. Isabella of Lusignan (c.1224 – 14 January 1300) was a daughter of Hugh X of Lusignan and his wife Isabella of Angoulême, Dowager Queen of England. Isabella was half-sister to King Henry III of England .

  2. 31 de ene. de 2024 · Explore genealogy for Isabella (Angoulême) de Lusignan born abt. 1188 Angoulême, Angoumois, France died 1246 Fontevrault-l'Abbaye, Anjou, France including ancestors + descendants + 2 photos + 14 genealogist comments + more in the free family tree community.

  3. Isabella (French: Isabelle d'Angoulême, IPA: [izabɛl dɑ̃ɡulɛm]; c. 1186 / 1188 – 4 June 1246) was Queen of England from 1200 to 1216 as the second wife of King John, Countess of Angoulême in her own right from 1202 until her death in 1246, and Countess of La Marche from 1220 to 1246 as the wife of Count Hugh.

  4. 11 de ene. de 2023 · In 1220, Isabella shocked the world when she announced that she had taken Hugh X Lusignan, her daughter’s betrothed, as her second husband! Isabella wrote to her eldest son, now King Henry III, announcing the marriage and justifying it as being in Henry’s best interests.

  5. Isabella (Isabelle) de Rançon formerly Lusignan aka de Lusignan, de Craon. Born about 1228 in of, Lusignan, Vienne, France. Ancestors. Daughter of Hugues (Lusignan) de la Marche and Isabelle (Angoulême) de Lusignan.

  6. 17 de may. de 2023 · Not one to miss a political advantage, by early 1200 Ademar had agreed to a betrothal between Isabella, and the new lord, Hugh IX de Lusignan. A marriage to Hugh would provide Isabella with a husband who could support her claim by force if necessary, and would—hopefully—result in heirs.

  7. The lords of the castle at Lusignan became counts of La Marche in the 12th century. They added the county of Angoulême to their holdings in 1220, when Hugh X of Lusignan married Isabella of Angoulême, daughter of Count Aymer of Angoulême and widow of John, King of England. These acquisitions produced complicated titles.