Marquis of Namur


Marquis of Namur

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Namur was not often an independent state, rather under the dominion of other entities like the counties of Hainaut and Flanders or the Duchy of Burgundy.

Succession is from father to son, unless otherwise noted.

List of Counts of Namur

House of Namur

* Albert I (r. 992 – 1011)
* Robert I (r. 1011 – 1016)
* Albert II (r. 1016 – 1037)
* Albert III (r. 1037 – 1102)
* Godfrey I (r. 1102 – 1139)
* Henry I "the Blind" (r. 1139 – 1189)
** Alice, sister of, married Baldwin IV, Count of Hainaut

List of Margraves of Namur

House of Hainaut

* Baldwin I (r. 1189 – 1195), nephew of
* Philip I (r. 1195 – 1212)
* Yolanda (r.1212 – 1217), sister of, also Empress of the Latin Empire as Yolanda I, married Peter II of Courtenay

House of Courtenay

* Philip II (r. 1217 – 1226)
* Henry II (r. 1226 – 1229), brother of
* Margaret (r. 1229 – 1237), sister of
* Baldwin II (r. 1237 – 1256), brother of, also Emperor of the Latin Empire as Baldwin II

House of Luxembourg

* Henry III (r. 1256 – 1265), grand son of Henry I

House of Flanders

* Guy I "of Dampierre" (r. 1265 – 1297)
* John I (r. 1297 – 1330)
* John II (r. 1330 – 1335)
* Guy II (r. 1335 – 1336), brother of
* Philip III (r. 1336 – 1337), brother of
* William I (r. 1337 – 1391), brother of
* William II (r. 1391 – 1418)
* John III (r. 1418 – 1421; died 1429), brother of

In 1421, John III sells his estates to Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy.

House of Burgundy

* 1405-1419 : John IV "the Fearless"
* 1419-1467 - Philip IV "the Good"
* 1467-1477 : Charles I "the Bold"
* 1477-1482 : Mary I "the Rich", daughter of, married

House of Habsburg

* 1493-1519 : Maximilian, husband of, also Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire as Maximilian I
* 1519-1556 : Charles II, grandson, also Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire as Charles V

Charles V proclaimed the Pragmatic Sanction of 1549 eternally uniting Namur with the other lordships of the Low Countries in a personal union. When the Habsburg empire was divided among the heirs of Charles V, the Low Countries, including Namur, went to Philip II of Spain, of the Spanish branch of the House of Habsburg.

* 1556-1598 : Philip V, also King of Spain as Philip II
* 1598-1621 : Isabella Clara Eugenia, daughter of, married Albert, Archduke of Austria)
* 1621-1665 : Philip VI, half brother of, also King of Spain as Philip IV
* 1665-1700 : Charles III, also King of Spain as Charles II

Between 1706 and 1714 Namur was invaded by the English and the Dutch during the War of the Spanish Succession. The fief was claimed by the House of Habsburg and the House of Bourbon. In 1712 Luxemburg and Namur were ceded to Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria by his French allies, but with the end of the war in 1713 with the Treaty of Utrecht Max. Emanuel was restored Elector of Bavaria. So the Treaty of Utrecht settled the succession and the Margraviate0 of Namur went to the Austrian branch of the House of Habsburg.

* 1714-1740 : Charles IV, great grandson of Philip III
* 1740-1780 : Mary II Theresa, daughter of, married Francis I
* 1780-1790 : Joseph I, also Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire as Joseph II

The title was factually abolished in the aftermath of the French revolution and the annexation of Namur by France in 1795. Although, the title remained officially claimed by the descendants of Leopold II until the reign of Karl I, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.

* 1790-1792 : Leopold, brother of, also Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire as Leopold II
* 1792-1835 : Francis II, also Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire as Francis II
* 1835-1848 : Ferdinand, also Emperor of Austria as Ferdinand I
* 1848-1916 : Francis III Joseph, grandson of Francis II, also Emperor of Austria as Francis Joseph I


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