House of Chalon-Arlay


House of Chalon-Arlay

This page is a list of the lords of Chalon-Arlay (in the county of Burgundy) and the principality of Orange.

Lord of Chalon-Arlay

* John, Count of Chalon, founder of the seigneurie of Chalon-Arlay
* John I of Chalon-Arlay (1258-1315), seigneur of Arlay (1266-1315) and vicomte of Besançon (son of the above).
* Hugh I of Chalon-Arlay (1288-1322), seigneur of Arlay and of Vitteaux (son of the above).
* John II of Chalon-Arlay (1312-), seigneur of Arlay (son of the above).
* Hugh II of Chalon-Arlay (1334-1388) seigneur of Arlay (son of the above).

Lord of Chalon-Arlay and Prince of Orange

* John III of Chalon-Arlay (?-1418) seigneur d'Arlay and prince of Orange (nephew of the former).

* Louis II of Chalon-Arlay (1390-1463), seigneur of Arlay and Arguel and prince of Orange (son of the former).

* William VII of Chalon (?-1475), prince of Orange (son of the former).

* John IV of Chalon-Arlay (1443-1502), prince of Orange, seigneur of Arlay, of Nozeroy and of Montfort (son of the former)

* Philibert of Chalon (1502-1530), prince of Orange, seigneur of Arlay and seigneur of Nozeroy (son of the former, died childless)

* René of Chalon (1519-1544) prince of Orange, stathouder of Holland, Zeeland, of the Diocese of Utrecht and of Guelders (nephew of the former, died childless, succeeded as prince of Orange by William the Silent).

ee also

*House of Châlon


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