de Brosse, Lord of
Marshal of France.
of Boussac or Marshal of Sainte-Sévère.
: 1375, in Huriel's Castle.
in June 1433 in Boussac's Castle,
buried in Prébenoit's Abbey.
Titles of nobility
: Lord of Boussac (Creuse), Sainte-Sévère (Indre), Huriel (Allier)
and La Pérouse (Indre).
councillor and chamberlain, marshal of France (1427) and
lieutenant general in Mâconnais, Lyonnais and Charolais.
Pierre II de Brosse († 1422).
Marguerite de Malleval (†
: Louis de
Brosse († Poitiers 1356) and Constance de La Tour d'Auvergne.
Louis de Malleval.
: 1419, Jeanne de Naillac,
Lady of La Motte-Jolivet (daughter of Guillaume de Naillac and Jeanne Turpin).
: Jean II
de Brosse, Count of Penthièvre, Viscount of Bridiers, married Nicole
de Blois, Viscountess of Limoges then Countess of
Penthièvre, daughter of Charles de Châtillon called
de Blois or de Bretagne.
: Azure three garbs ("brosses" in ancient
French) Or banded Gules.
: a garb Or banded Gules, with a
wreath Azure and Or, mantled Azure doubled Gules.
Presence at the side of Joan of
Arc in : Blois,
Orléans, Jargeau, Meung, Beaugency, Patay, Reims, Paris.
: Jean de Brosse,
Councillor and Chamberlain of the King, became Marshall of
France in 1427. He was the Commander of the royal army for the relief
of Orléans in 1429. He died in June 1433, ruined
itself to maintain his army and his creditors asked for the
excommunication of his corpse and for the dispersal of his