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Name: Henry I "The Fat" King Of Navarre Determine relationship to...
Birth: ABT 1244 Troyes, Aube, France Father: Mother:
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Married: Blanche De Artois ABT 1267
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Joane Of Navarre 14 JAN 1271/1272 Bar-sur-Seine, , France 4 APR 1305 Ch√Ęteau-de-Vincennes, Vincennes, France
Death: 22 JUL 1274 Pamplona, Navarre, Spain
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Remarks: Henry I, byname HENRY THE FAT, Spanish ENRIQUE EL GORDO, French HENRI LE GROS (b. c. 1210--d. July 22, 1274, Pamplona, Navarre), king of Navarre (1270-74) and count (as Henry III) of Champagne. Henry was the youngest son of Theobald I of Navarre by Margaret of Foix. He succeeded his eldest brother, Theobald II (Thibaut V), in both kingdom and countship in December 1270. By his marriage (1269) to Blanche, daughter of Robert I of Artois and niece of Louis IX of France, he had one daughter, Joan, whom, by the Convention of Bonlieu (Nov. 30, 1273), he promised to one of the two sons of Edward I of England, Henry and Alfonso. This would have led to a union of his dominions with English Gascony, but it came to nothing. King Henry died in 1274; both the English princes died in the next decade, and Joan was married in 1284 to the future Philip IV of France. [Encyclopaedia Britannica CD '97][JohnFaye (8 Jun 05).FTW]

Henry I, byname HENRY THE FAT, Spanish ENRIQUE EL GORDO, French HENRI LE GROS (b. c. 1210--d. July 22, 1274, Pamplona, Navarre), king of Navarre (1270-74) and count (as Henry III) of Champagne. Henry was the youngest son of Theobald I of Navarre by Margaret of Foix. He succeeded his eldest brother, Theobald II (Thibaut V), in both kingdom and countship in December 1270. By his marriage (1269) to Blanche, daughter of Robert I of Artois and niece of Louis IX of France, he had one daughter, Joan, whom, by the Convention of Bonlieu (Nov. 30, 1273), he promised to one of the two sons of Edward I of England, Henry and Alfonso. This would have led to a union of his dominions with English Gascony, but it came to nothing. King Henry died in 1274; both the English princes died in the next decade, and Joan was married in 1284 to the future Philip IV of France. [Encyclopaedia Britannica CD '97]


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