Jean III de Grailly (aka. John De Grailly, died 7 September 1376), Captal de Buch, KG, was a Gascon nobleman and a military leader in the Hundred Years' War, who was praised by the chronicler Jean Froissart as an ideal of chivalry. Biography [ edit]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_III_de_Grailly
Jean III de Grailly (aka. John De Grailly, died 7 September 1376), Captal de Buch, KG, was a Gascon nobleman and a military leader in the Hundred Years' War, who was praised by the chronicler Jean Froissart as an ideal of chivalry. Biography [ edit]
Jean III de Grailly, lord de Buch, (died 1376/77, Paris, France), vassal in Gascony under King Edward III of England and his son Edward, the Black Prince. Viewed as the ideal of 14th-century chivalry, Jean was extolled by the contemporary chronicler Jean Froissart for his valour, courage, and loyalty.
Jean III de Grailly (c.1230 - c.1303) - Genealogy Jean III, seigneur de Grailly ‹ Back to de Grailly surname View Complete Profile view all Immediate Family Béatrice Roussel de Saint Symph... wife Pierre I de Grailly, vicomte de ... son Jean de Grailly, seigneur de Langon son Pierre I, seigneur de Grailly father N.N. N.N. mother N.N. N.N.
Sir Jean III de Grailly, Captal de Buch KG (d. Paris, 7 September 1376), son of Jean II de Grailly, Captal de Buch, Vicomte de Benauges, and Blanch de Foix,  was a cousin of the Counts of Foix and a renowned military leader in the Hundred Years' War who was praised by the chronicler Jean Froissart as an ideal of chivalry.
Jean III. de Grailly, KG († 7. September 1376 in Paris) war Captal de Buch von 1347 bis 1376 und einer der wichtigsten Militärführer des Hundertjährigen Kriegs. Berühmt wurde er durch Froissarts Schilderung seiner Person als Musterbeispiel ritterlicher Tugend . Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Biographie 2 Ehe und Nachkommen 3 Literatur 4 Weblinks
Britannica says Jean I de Grailly was granted the "viscountcies of Benauges and Castillon" but Jean III is almost universally referred to by the captal title. Was Captal considered more prestigious or had the de Graillys lost all their other titles by the time of Jean III? What were the other families that used this title?
Johan III de Grailly (né en 1330 - mort le 7 septembre 1376) ou Joan de Buch en gascon 1, captal de Buch de 1347 à 1376, est l'un des principaux capitaines de la guerre de Cent Ans . Biographie [ modifier | modifier le code] Origines [ modifier | modifier le code]
Jean III de GRAILLY Print Family Tree Born in 1331 Deceased 7 September 1376 - Paris, 75, Paris, Île-de-France, France,aged 45 years old Captal de Buch, Chevalier de l'Ordre de la Jarretière, croisé en Prusse Parents Jean II de GRAILLY 1310-1343/ ( Vicomte de Benauge et de Castillon, Captal de Buch ) Blanche de FOIX †1363/ Spouses and children
Jean de Grailly. Jean de Grailly may refer to: Jean I de Grailly (died c. 1301), seneschal of Gascony, crusader. Jean II de Grailly (died. 1343), great-grandson of prec., Captal de Buch. Jean III de Grailly (died 1376), son of prec., Captal de Buch, founding knight of the Garter. John I, Count of Foix (died 1436), also called Jean de Foix-Grailly.
Jean I de Grailly (died c. 1301) was the seneschal of the Duchy of Gascony from 1266 to 1268, of the Kingdom of Jerusalem from about 1272 until about 1276, and of Gascony again from 1278 until 1286 or 1287. Contents 1 Early life 2 Ninth Crusade 3 Europe 4 Last campaigns in the Levant 5 Notes 6 References Early life [ edit]