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  1. Adolf II, Duke of Guelders. Father. Charles I, Duke of Bourbon. Mother. Agnes of Burgundy. 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 .

  2. Joan III, Queen of Navarre. Religion. Calvinism. Catherine de Bourbon (7 February 1559 – 13 February 1604) was a Navarrese regent princess. She was the daughter of Queen Joan III and King Anthony of Navarre. She ruled the principality of Béarn in the name of her brother, King Henry III of Navarre, from 1576 until 1596.

  3. Catherine of Bourbon (c. 1555–1604) French Huguenot reformer and princess of Navarre. Name variations: Catherine, princess de Navarre; Catherine of Navarre; Catherine de Bourbon; duchesse de Bar; duchess of Bar. Born around 1555; died in 1604; daughter of Jeanne d'Albret (1528–1572) and Antoine, duke of Bourbon; sister of Henry of Navarre ...

  4. Catharine of Bourbon (1440 in Liège – 21 May 1469 in Nijmegen) was *ss 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.

  5. Catharine of Bourbon was Duchess of Guelders from 1465-1469 by her marriage to Adolf, Duke of Guelders.

  6. Catharine of Bourbon is a 29 years old Duchess consort from Liège. Catharine of Bourbon was born on January 01, 1440 (died on May 21, 1469, she was 29 years old) in Liège . Her nickname was Catharine de Bourbon-Clermont (French); Katarina van Bourbon (Dutch).