|Father||Charles (V, King of France 1364 - 1380)||Mother||Joan (of Bourbon)|
Family Tree Details
Charles (VI, King of France 1380-1422) (b.1338 - d.1422)
+Isabeau (of Bavaria) (b.1370? - d.1435)
= Isabella (of France, Wife of Richard II) (b.1389 - d.1409)
| +Richard (II, King of England 1377-1399) (b.1367 - d.1400)
= Charles (VII, King of France 1422-1461) (b.1403 - d.1461)
| +Marie (of Anjou)
| = Louis (XI, King of France 1461-1483)
| +Margaret (Stewart) ( - d.1445)
= Catherine (of Valois) (b.1401 - d.1437)
+Henry (V, King of England 1413-1422) (b.1387 - d.1422)
| = Henry (VI, King of England 1422-1461, 1470-1471) (b.1421 - d.1471)
| +Margaret (of Anjou) (b.1429 - d.1482)
| = Edward (of Lancaster, Prince of Wales) (b.1453 - d.1471)
+Tudor, Owen (b.1400 - d.1461)
= Tudor, Edmund (Earl of Richmond) ( - d.1456)
| +Beaufort, Lady Margaret (b.1441 - d.1509)
| = Henry (VII, King of England 1485-1509) (b.1457 - d.1509)
= Tudor, Jasper (Earl of Pembroke) (b.1431? - d.1496)
= Thomas (Westminster Monk)
Charles V, King of France, died and was succeeded by his son Charles as King Charles VI, of France.
The marriage of King Richard II and the seven or eight year-old Isabella of Valois took place at Calais. Isabella was the daughter of Charles VI, King of France and Isabeau of Bavaria. Richard was near thirty years old but the marriage went ahead because it was part of a peace treaty between the English and French Kings.
King Henry attempted to build an alliance with John, the Duke of Burgundy who was involved in a power struggle with the Armagnacs for control of France. John was acting as regent due to the poor mental health of the French king, Charles VI. Henry sent an embassy to Paris to discuss terms.
In 1414 France was in the midst of a civil war between the Burgundians and the Armagnacs. While Charles VI, the French king, had joined the Armagnacs, Henry V, the English King, saw an opportunity to reclaim lost lands in France and came in on the side of the Burgundians. Henry's plan was to invade France but he needed a good reason. He gave the French king a list of demands including the French throne, the restoration of the Angevin empire and the hand of the French king's daughter in marriage. If the demands were not be met Henry would go to war. Henry could claim the French throne through a claim first made by his great-grandfather Edward III that started the Hundred Years War.||In August of 1415, invasion plans were completed and Henry's army met at Portchester Castle where they boarded ships to take them across the English Channel to France.
In the Treaty of Troyes King Charles VI of France agreed that after his death King Henry V of England and his heirs would become the rulers of France. It was also agreed that the French king's daughter, Catherine of Valois would marry Henry.
The marriage of King Henry V and Catherine, the daughter of Charles VI king of France, took place and sealed the Treaty of Troyes.
Charles VI of France died and was buried in the Saint Denis Basilica. Henry VI of England was proclaimed king of France and John Duke of Bedford was appointed regent.
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