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  1. Her daughter, Joan of Valois (1409–1432) survived and married John II, Duke of Alençon (1409–1476) in 1424. [11] Isabella was buried in Blois , in the Abbey of Saint Laumer of Blois, [12] where her body was discovered in 1624, wrapped in bands of linen plated with mercury .

  2. Casado con Catalina de Médicis, tendría diez hijos, entre ellos los últimos tres reyes de la dinastía Valois (Francisco II, Carlos IX y Enrique III) e Isabel, reina consorte de España; Claudia, duquesa de Lorena, y Margarita, reina de Navarra y Francia. 5. Magdalena, (10 de agosto de 1520-9 de septiembre de 1537).

  3. The Treaty of Troyes, signed by Charles VI on 21 May 1420, mandated that the throne pass to the infant King Henry VI of England, the son of the recently deceased Henry V and Catherine of Valois, daughter of Charles VI; however, Frenchmen loyal to the king of France regarded the treaty as invalid on grounds of coercion and Charles VI's diminished mental capacity.

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  7. Isabella (French: Isabelle, 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.