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Beatrice of Navarre, Countess of La Marche

Beatrice of Navarre, Countess of La Marche Navarrese infanta

Navarrese infanta
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Gender female
Mother: Eleanor of CastileQueen of Navarre
Father: Charles III of Navarre
Siblings: JoanHeiress of NavarreBlanche I of NavarreIsabella of NavarreCountess of Armagnac
Spouse: James IICount of La Marche
Children: Eleanor of Bourbon-La Marche
The details

Beatrice of Navarre (1392-1412/1415) was a daughter of Charles III of Navarre and his wife Eleanor of Castile.


She was a member of the House of Évreux. Her surviving siblings were Blanche I of Navarre, wife of John II of Aragon, and Isabella of Navarre, wife of John IV of Armagnac.

Beatrice married in 1406 in Pamplona James II, Count of La Marche, son of John I, Count of La Marche and Catherine of Vendôme. The couple had three children:

  • Isabelle (1408 – aft. 1445), a nun at Besançon
  • Marie (1410 – aft. 1445), a nun at Amiens
  • Eleanor of Bourbon-La Marche (1412 – aft. August 21, 1464), married Bernard d'Armagnac, Count of Pardiac (d. 1462)

It is not certain when Beatrice died. She died between 1412 and 1415, possibly while giving birth to her daughter, Eleanor in 1412.


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