Coat-of-arms of  Guy de Chauvigny

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G
uy de Chauvigny, Baron of Châteauroux.
 

 

Full name : Guy III de CHAUVIGNY.


Death : March 25, 1483, in
Châteauroux.
 

Titles of nobility : Viscount of Brosse (Indre) and Dun-le-Pulteau (Dun-le-Palestel, Creuse), Baron of Châteauroux, Lord of La Châtre, Argenton-sur-Creuse, Cluis and Saint-Chartier (Indre).
 

Father : Guy II de Chauvigny († 1422).

Mother : Antoinette de Damas († v. 1459)

Paternal grandfathers : Guy I de Chauvigny († 1365) and Blanche de Brosse, Lady of Cesi († c. 1364).

Maternal grandfather : Guy de Damas, Baron of Couzan († 1428) and Maralde de Castelnau († 1492).

Wife : Catherine de Laval († 1450).

Descendants : François de Chauvigny, Viscount of Brosse († 1491), married Jeanne de Laval, Lady of Rais.

Shield-of-arms : Argent, a fess losangy of seven pieces Gules, with a label of five pieces Sable.

Crest: a swan's head Sable, in a vol Argent, issuant of a coronet Or, mantled Sable doubled Gules.

Presence at the side of Joan of Arc in  : Orléans, Jargeau, Meung, Beaugency, Patay, Reims.

Comments : Guy III de Chauvigny, Viscount of Brosse and Dun-le-Pulteau, Baron of Châteauroux, Lord of La Châtre, Argenton, Cluis and Saint-Chartier. Son of Guy II de Chauvigny († 1422). Married in 1427 Catherine de Laval († 1450), sister of Guy de Laval. Present in Orleans, Jargeau, Meung, Beaugency and at the battle of Patay, and to the coronation in Reims. Died in Châteauroux on March 25, 1483, buried in Argenton.