Guichard V. (Beaujeu)

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Guichard V. de Beaujeu († May 19, 1265 ) was a lord of Beaujeu and was probably appointed Constable of France in 1250 .

He was the only son of Humbert V. de Beaujeu .

In 1260 he married Blanche († 1306), a daughter of Count John the Wise of Chalon .

He died in 1265 on a diplomatic mission in England.

Since his marriage remained childless, his sister Isabelle de Beaujeu inherited him and took the property to the Albon family . His widow married Béraud IX in 1268. de Mercœur .


predecessor Office successor
Humbert V. Lord of Beaujeu 1250–1265
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Rainald from Forez
Gilles de Trazegnies Connétable of France
Humbert II. De Beaujeu-Montpensier