Family tree of Jeanne DE BELLEVILLE

Bandit, burglar, crook, privateer

FrenchBorn Jeanne Louise DE BELLEVILLE

Breton pirate who plied the English Channel for French ships from 1343 to 1356

Born on January 08, 1300 in Belleville-sur-Vie, France , France (58 years)

Deceased on 1359

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She was born Jeanne-Louise de Belleville, Dame de Montaigu, the daughter of Maurice IV of Belleville-Montaigu and Létice de Parthenay, in 1300. At the age of 12, she was married to 19-year-old Geoffrey de Châteaubriant, by whom she had two children, Louise and Geoffrey. In 1326, the marriage ended with the death of Châteaubriant. Four years later, in 1330, Jeanne married her second husband, Olivier III de Clisson. This union was an especially close one; Olivier and Jeanne were of an age and seemingly content, as they had five children together: Maurice, Guillaume, Olivier, Isabeau (died 1343) and Jeanne. Olivier was also a wealthy nobleman, holding a castle at Clisson, a manor house in Nantes and lands at Blain; in 1342 he joined Charles de Blois in defending Brittany against the English claimants, and the forces of English sympathiser John de Montfort.

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