Catherine of Taranto

Catherine of Taranto

Caterina d'Enghien Orsini was a daughter of Mary of Enghien and Raimondo del Balzo Orsini di Nola.

She was married to Tristano di Chiaramonte (de Clermont), Count of Copertino (1380- c 1432). Bartholomew Tristan of Clermont was a knight of the French family of de Clermont-Lodeve. In Italian: Bartolomeo Tristano di Chiaramonte or Chiaromonte.

Tristan became Count of Copertino as part of the dowry of his wife.

Daughters:
#Isabella di Chiaromonte, married Ferdinand I of Naples, becoming Queen of Naples and Jerusalem.
#Sancia di Chiaromonte, Countess of Copertino and Lady of Nardo married 1436 Francesco II del Balzo (1410-1482), 3rd Duke of Andria, who became Count of Copertino as part of the dowry of his wife. Sancia died on 30th March 1468.


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