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Louis (Savoie) de Savoie (1413 - 1465)

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Died in Lyon, Francemap
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Biography

Louis I (Ludovico I or Lodovico I in Italian; 21 February 1412/1413 – 29 January 1465) was Duke of Savoy from 1440 until his death.

Life

He was born at Geneva the son of Antipope Felix V and Mary of Burgundy; he was the first to hold the title of Prince of Piedmont. He married at Chambéry on 1 November 1433 (or 12 February 1434) Anne of Cyprus, a Princess and an heiress of Cyprus and Jerusalem (she was the secondary heiress all her lifetime, as her niece Queen Charlotte of Cyprus outlived her) and a daughter of King Janus of Cyprus. During his reign, the Savoyard troops attempted a conquest of the Milan, then under the Repubblica Ambrosiana, but they failed.

In 1453 he received, from Margaret de Charny, the Shroud of Turin, which would be property of the house of Savoy until 1946, at the end of the Kingdom of Italy. The Shroud of Turin was bequeathed to the Holy See in 1983. Louis died at Lyon in 1465, while returning from France.

Family and issue

Louis and Anne of Cyprus had 18 children, 5 of whom died young:

  1. Amadeus IX (1 February 1435 - 30 March 1472).
  2. Louis of Savoy, Count of Geneva (5 June 1436 - August 1482).
  3. Giovanni (1437–1440).
  4. Maria (1437).
  5. Philip II (5 February 1438 - 7 November 1497).
  6. Marguerite (1439 - 9 March 1483), married firstly in December 1458 Giovanni IV Paleologo (1413–1464), Marquis of Montferrat and secondly Pierre II de Luxembourg, Count of St. Pol, of Brienne, de Ligny, Marle, and Soissons.
  7. Giano, Count of Faucigny and Geneva (8 November 1440 - 22 December 1491).
  8. Pietro, Bishop of Geneva (1440 - 21 October 1458).
  9. Charlotte (1441- 1 December 1483), married King Louis XI of France.
  10. Aimone (1442–1443).
  11. Giacomo (1445 - 20 June 1445).
  12. Agnes (1446 - 15 March 1509), married François d'Orléans-Longueville, Count of Dunois.
  13. Giovanni Ludovico, Bishop of Geneva (1447 - 4 July 1482).
  14. Maria (20 March 1448 - 1475), married Louis of Luxembourg, Count of St. Pol, of Brienne, de Ligny, and Conversano, Constable of France.
  15. Bona (1449–1503), married Galeazzo Maria Sforza, Duke of Milan.
  16. Giacomo, Count of Romont, lord of Vaud (12 November 1450 - 30 January 1486).
  17. Anna (1452).
  18. Francesco, Archbishop of Auch and Bishop of Geneva (1454 - 6 October 1490).

in: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_of_Savoy>

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Ludwig (Savoyen)
Ludwig, genannt der Ältere (* 21. Februar 1413 in Genf; ? 29. Januar 1465 in Lyon) war Herzog von Savoyen, Fürst von Piemont, Graf von Aosta und Maurienne von 1439 bis 1465. Er war der Sohn von Amadeus VIII. und Marie von Burgund.
Seit 1434 bereits regierte er für seinen Vater unter dem Titel eines Fürsten von Piémont, nachdem dieser sich als Witwer von der Politik abgewandt und der Religion zugewandt hatte. Als er 1439 sogar zum Gegenpapst gewählt wurde, trat er als Herzog zurück.
Er heiratete in Chambéry am 1. November 1433 Anne de Lusignan (* 1419, ? 1462) aus dem Teil der Familie der Ramnulfiden, die Zypern beherrschte und dort unter dem Namen Lusignan regierten. Sie war die Tochter von Janus, König von Zypern und Jerusalem und Charlotte von Bourbon. Ludwig hatte in der Folge die Intrigen des zypriotischen Hofstaats seiner Ehefrau ebenso auszuhalten wie die Ambitionen seiner französischen und Mailänder Nachbarn. Er musste auf dasValentinois verzichten, konnte sich aber auch nicht nach dem Tod des letzten Visconti des Herzogtums Mailand bemächtigen.
Ludwig und Anne hatten eine ganze Reihe von Kindern:
* Amadeus IX. der Glückliche (* 1435 ? 1472), Herzog von Savoyen etc.
* Maria (* 1436, ? 1437)
* Ludwig der Jüngere (* 1436, ? 1482), Graf von Genf und König von Zypern.
* Johann (* 1438 ? 1491), Graf von Genf
* Margarete (* 1439 ? 1483)
1. ? 1458 Johann IV. (* 1413 ? 1464), Markgraf von Montferrat,
2. ? 1466 Peter II. von Luxemburg (* 1435 ? 1482), Graf von Saint-Pol.
* Peter (* 1440 ? 1458), Bischof von Genf
* Charlotte (* 1441 ? 1483) ? 1451 Ludwig XI. (* 1432 ? 1483), König von Frankreich
* Janus (* 1441, ? 1491), Graf von Faucigny, Gouverneur von Nizza
* Aimon (* 1442, ? 1443)
* Philipp II. Ohneland (* 1443, ? 1497), Herzog von Savoyen etc.
* Jakob (? 1445)
* Agnes (* 1445, ? 1508) ? 1466 François I. d?Orléans-Longueville (* 1447, ? 1491), Graf von Dunois und Longueville (Haus Orléans-Longueville)
* Johann Ludwig (* 1447, ? 1482), Erzbischof von Tarentaise und Bischof von Genf
* Maria (* 1448, ? 1475), heiratete 1466 Ludwig von Luxemburg (* 1418, ? 1475), Graf von Saint-Pol und Ligny.
* Bonne (* 1449, ? 1503) ? 1468 Galeazzo Maria Sforza (* 1444, ? 1476), Herzog von Mailand
* Jakob (* 1450, ? 1486), Graf von Romont, Seigneur de Vaud
* Anna (* 1452, ? 1452)
* Franz (* 1454, ? 1490) Erzbischof von Auch und Bischof von Genf
* Johanna (? jung)
Weblinks [Bearbeiten]
* Archives de Savoie
* Généalogie de la maison de Savoie
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Louis I, Duke of Savoie (Savoy) came into possession of the Shroud of Turin in 1483. Which he received in trade for a castle from his mother-in-law. It was stored at his capital of Chambery in Saint-Chapelle, a collegiate church.
In 1578 it was moved to Turin. It was the property of the House of Savoie until 1983 when it was given to the Holy See.
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Louis, Duke of Savoy
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Louis I of Savoy.
Louis I (Ludovico I or Lodovico I in Italian; February 21, 1412/1413 ? January 29, 1465) was Duke of Savoy from 1440 until his death.
He was born at Geneva and was the first to hold the title of Prince of Piedmont. He married at Chambéry on November 1, 1433 (or February 12, 1434) Anne of Cyprus, a Princess and an heiress of Cyprus and Jerusalem (she was the secondary heiress all her lifetime, as her niece Queen Charlotte of Cyprus outlived her) and a daughter of King Janus of Cyprus. During his reign, the Savoyard troops attempted a conquest of the Milan, then under the Repubblica Ambrosiana, but they failed.
In 1453 he received, from Margaret de Charny, the Shroud of Turin, which would be property of the house of Savoy until 1946, at the end of the Kingdom of Italy. The Shroud of Turin was bequeathed to the Holy See in 1983. He may also have been one of Leonardo da Vinci's later patrons.
Louis died at Lyon in 1465, while returning from France.

Family

Louis and Anne of Cyprus had 17 children, four of whom died young: [1]

  • Amadeus IX (Thonon 1 February 1435 - 30 March 1472). [2]
  • Marie (Morges 10 March 1436 - Thonon 1 December 1437). [3]
  • Louis of Savoy, Count of Geneva (Thonon 1 April 1437 - Ripaille 12 July 1482). [4]
  • Marguerite (Pinerolo April 1439 - Brugge 9 March 1485), married firstly in December 1458 Giovanni IV Paleologo (1413–1464), Marquis of Montferrat and secondly Pierre II de Luxembourg, Count of St. Pol, of Brienne, de Ligny, Marle, and Soissons. [5]
  • Janus, Count of Faucigny and Geneva (Genève 8 November 1440 - Annecy 22 December 1491), married Helene of Luxembourg, daughter of Louis de Luxembourg, Count of Saint-Pol, and his first wife Jeanne de Bar, Countess of Marle and Soissons. [6]
  • Charlotte (Chambéry 16 November 1441 - Amboise 1 December 1483), married King Louis XI of France. [7]
  • Aimon (Genève 2 November 1442– Genève 30 March 1443). [8]
  • Philip II of Savoy (Thonon 29 November 1443 - Lémenc near Chambéry 7 November 1497). [9]
  • Jacques (Genève 29 November 1444 - Genève 1 June 1445). [10]
  • Pierre (Genève circa 2 February 1446 - Torino August 1458), Bishop of Genève (1451-1458). [11]
  • Jean Louis, Bishop of Geneva (Genève 26 February 1447 - Torino 4 July 1482). [12]
  • Maria (Pinerolo 20 March 1448 - 13 September 1475), married Louis of Luxembourg, Count of St. Pol, of Brienne, de Ligny, and Conversano, Constable of France.[13]
  • Bona (Avilliana 12 August 1449 – Fossano 17 November 1503), married Galeazzo Maria Sforza, Duke of Milan.[14]
  • Giacomo, Count of Romont, lord of Vaud (Genève 12 November 1450 - Ham in Picardy 30 January 1486).[15]
  • Anne (Genève September 1452 - Genève 1 October 1452)[16]
  • François, Archbishop of Auch and Bishop of Geneva (Annecy 19 August 1454 - Torino 6 October 1490)[17]
  • Agnes (Chambéry October 1457 - Paris 16 March 1509) married François d'Orléans Longueville [18]

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antipope_Felix_V

Sources

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis,_Duke_of_Savoy Evan Snyman
  2. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  3. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  4. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  5. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  6. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  7. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  8. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  9. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  10. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  11. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  12. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  13. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  14. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  15. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  16. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  17. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
  18. http://hanekom.org/webtrees/individual.php?pid=I17227&ged=HANEKOM Evan Snyman 12 Sept 2014
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the wives should be merged eventually; MEDLANDS is useful for this family
posted by Andrew Lancaster
Goeie ondersoek Pieter, maar as jy afbeelding oplaai moet jy ook kopiereg in ag neem en bronverwysinge doen soos WikiTree dit ook vrae. Kyk na die bronverwysinge op wikipedia na hierdie prent bo en noem ook die auteur, die kopiereg etc.
posted by Philip van der Walt

Louis I is 23 degrees from Peter Roberts, 16 degrees from Emma Smith and 5 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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