The Gold Rose: An Edward of Angoulême timeline

Family tree of France, part 1: Children of Jean II
King Jean II of France married (1) Bonne of Luxembourg, had issue:
  • Blanche (1336-1336)
  • Charles V of France (1338-1380) married Jeanne of Bourbon, had issue
  • Catherine (1338-1338)
  • Louis I, duke of Anjou (born 1339) married Marie of Blois, had issue
  • Jean, duke of Berry (born 1340) married Jeanne of Armagnac, had issue
  • Philippe II, duke of Burgundy (born 1342) married Marguerite of Flanders, heiress of Louis II, count of Flanders, had issue
  • Jeanne (1343-1373) married Charles II of Navarre, had issue
  • Marie (born 1344) married Robert I, duke of Bar, had issue
  • Agnès (1345-1349)
  • Marguerite (1347-1352)
  • Isabelle (1348-1372) married Gian Galeazzo Visconti, lord of Pavia, had issue
Married (2) Jeanne I, suo jure countess of Auvergne , had issue:
  • Blanche (1350-1350)
  • Catherine (1352-1352)
  • an unnamed son (1354-1354)


Note: Family trees will be current as of the most recent update. Bold represents characters still alive as of that update. Trees will be updated them as new articles are posted to reflect births, deaths, marriages, etc. so they can be referred to as needed. (Most recent tree update: "Gloucester's chevauchée of 1380.") See Family tree of France, part 2: Grandchildren of Jean II for more.
 
Family tree of France, part 2: Grandchildren of Jean II
France
King Charles V of France married Jeanne of Bourbon in 1350, had issue:
  • Jeanne (1357-1360)
  • Bonne (1360-1360)
  • Jean (1366-1366)
  • Charles VI of France (born 1368)
  • Marie (1370-1377)
  • Louis (born 1372)
  • Isabelle (1373-1378)
  • Catherine (born 1378)

Anjou
Louis I, duke of Anjou married Marie of Blois in 1360, had issue:
  • Marie (born 1370)
  • Louis (born 1377)
  • Charles (born 1380)
Subsidiary titles, claims and honors:
  • count of Maine

Berry
Jean, duke of Berry married Jeanne of Armagnac, had issue:
  • Bonne (born 1367), betrothed to Amedeo VII, count of Savoy
  • Charles (born 1371), betrothed to Marie, suo jure lady of Sully
  • Jeanne (1373-1375)
  • Béatrix (1374-1374)
  • Marie (born 1375)
  • Jean (born 1375)
Subsidiary titles, claims and honors:
  • count of Poitou

Burgundy
Philippe II, duke of Burgundy married Marguerite of Flanders, heiress of Louis II, count of Flanders, in 1369, had issue:
  • Jean (born 1371)
  • Charles (1372-1373)
  • Marguerite (born 1374)
  • Catherine (born 1378)
  • Bonne (born 1379)

Navarre
Jeanne married Charles II of Navarre in 1352, had issue:
  • Charles (born 1361) married Leonor de Trastámara, no issue
  • Philippe (1363-1363)
  • Marie (born 1365)
  • Pierre (born 1366)
  • Isabelle (1367-1376)
  • Blanche (born 1369)
  • Jeanne (born 1370)
  • Bonne (born 1373)

Bar
Marie married Robert I, duke of Bar, in 1364, had issue:
  • Henri (born 1362)
  • Yolande (born 1365)
  • Philippe (born 1372)
  • Charles (born 1373)
  • Marie (born 1374)
  • Bonne (born ca. 1375)
  • Édouard (born 1377)
  • Jeanne (born ca. 1378)
  • Jean (born 1380)

Visconti
Isabelle married Gian Galeazzo Visconti, lord of Pavia, in had issue
  • Gian Galeazzo (1366-1376 )
  • Azzone (1368-1380)
  • Valentina (born 1371)
  • Carlo (1372-1374)


Note: Family trees will be current as of the most recent update. Bold represents characters still alive as of that update. Trees will be updated them as new articles are posted to reflect births, deaths, marriages, etc. so they can be referred to as needed. (Most recent tree update: "Gloucester's chevauchée of 1380.")
 
Gonna keep that in mind. Still cool to keep tabs on them as well
It's mostly helpful for me to write it down because it's easy for me to forget how closely related some figures are once names change. That is to say, I know French princesses married into both Navarre and Milan, but sometimes it's not until I write it down that I think "Oh, right, Joan of Navarre and Valentina Visconti are first cousins."
 
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