Thibaut de Termes
information : armorial Berry Herald)
Thibaut d'Armagnac or Thibaut de
: Thibault or Théobald d’ARMAGNAC, aka Termes or Thermes.
Bailli of Chartres (1432-1457),
captain of Dreux (1444), lieutenant of the Count of Dunois in Harfleur
: Jean IV d’Armagnac, Lord of
Jean III d’Armagnac de Termes et Jeanne de Corneillan.
: Argent a lion Gules,
probably a label Azure
Presence at the side of Joan of
Arc in :
Orléans, Jargeau, Meung, Beaugency, Patay, Reims.
: Thibaut d'Armagnac, usually called
Thibaut de Termes, is born in 1405 in Termes's castle
(Termes-d'Armagnac, Gers). He
was the second son of Jean IV d'Armagnac, Lord of Termes.
With Jean, bastard of Orléans, he received Jeanne of
Arc the 29th April 1429 in front of the city of
Orléans besieged. He fought with the Maid at
Orléans, Jargeau, Patay, and accompanied the King to
the coronation in Reims. Captain of Dreux in 1444,
lieutenant of the count of Dunois at Harfleur 1455, he
became Bailli of Chartres since 1432 to his death in 1457 in