JOAN OF NAVARRE

TIME-LINE AND ADDITIONAL FACTS ON JOAN OF NAVARRE. JOAN WAS THE QUEEN CONSORT TO KING HENRY IV OF ENGLAND FOR TEN YEARS.

TIME-LINE OF JOAN OF NAVARRE

DATE                                  EVENT
 
1370
  • Joan of Navarre, is born the daughter of, Charles II of Navarre and, Joan of Valois at Pamplona, Navarre
1373
  • 3RD NOVEMBER: Joan’s mother, Joan of Valois died
1375
  • MAY: Joan’s brother Charles III of Navarre, married Eleanor of Castile, the daughter of the King Henry II of Castile and Leon.
1381
  • Joan and her two elder brothers lodges in one of Charles’s her brother’s castles in Normandy. while Charles is at war.
1386
  • 2ND OCTOBER: Joan married her first husband , John iv, duke of Brittany, and becomes duchess of Brittany,
1387
  •  1ST JANUARY: Joan’s father Charles II of Navarre died, and Joan’s brother Charles is King of Navarre, burned alive in accident.
1389
  • 24TH DECEMBER: Joan’s son John V, duke of Brittany is born.at château de L'hermine
1391
  • 18TH FEBRUARY: Joan’s daughter Marie of Brittany is born in Nantes
1393
  • 24TH AUGUST: Joan’s son Arthur III, Duke of Brittany, was born at Château De Sucinio
1394
  • Joan’s son Giles is born
1396
  • Joan’s son John V, Duke of Brittany, married Joan of France, Joan  his wife, was sister to English Queen consort, Isabella of France
  • JULY: Joan’s daughter Marie of Brittany married John of Perche
  • Joan’s son Richard, count of Montfort, is born.
1397
  • Joan’s daughter Blanche is born
1399
  • 1ST NOVEMBER: Joan’s husband   IV, duke of Brittany died
  •  Joan served as regent of Brittany till 1403
1402
  • 26TH DECEMBER: Joan left Nantes, to sail to England. two younger daughters,  Blanche  and Margaret,  and  accompanied  Joan
1403
  • 7TH FEBRUARY: Joan married Henry IV of England at Winchester cathedral.
  • 26TH FEBRUARY: Joan’s coronation as Queen of England.Joan was crowned by Thomas Arundel, Archbishop of Canterbury.
  • Joan’s main residence is Nottingham castle.
1404
  • Henry granted Joan a tower in Westminster
1405
  • Joan’s . two younger daughters,Blanche and Margaret leave England and return home.
1413
  • 20TH MARCH:  Joan’s husband, Henry IV of England died, and his son Henry is now King of England
  • 9TH APRIL: Joan’s stepson, Henry’s coronation as King of England, the fifth of his name. Henry is crowned by Thomas Arundel, Archbishop of Canterbury.
1415
  • Joan is regent to England in Henry V England absence, while in France.
  • OCTOBER: Joan’s son Arthur is a prisoner of Henry V England after being captured at the battle of Agincourt
1419
  • Joan is accused of using witchcraft to poison King Henry V England he was imprisoned in Pevensey castle in Sussex
1420
1422
  • Joan is released from prison, upon orders on Henry V death bed.
  • 31ST AUGUST: Joan’s stepson Henry V of England is dead, and his infant son Henry is now King of England
  • Joan lived the rest of her life quietly and comfortably with her own court at Nottingham castle,
1423
  • Joan’s son Richard, count of Montfort, married. Marguerite D' Orléans
  • 10TH OCTOBER: Joan’s son Arthur III, Duke of Brittany married Margaret of Burgundy
1425
  • 8TH SEPTEMBER: Joan’s brother Charles is dead, and his daughter Blanche is regent of Navarre for her infant son Charles
1437
  • 10TH JUNE: Joan died at Havering-Atte-Bower, London, age sixty-seven
Joan was buried at Canterbury Cathedral, Kent next to Henry IV of England

EXTRA FACTS ON JOAN OF NAVARRE

  • Joan Of Navarre Queen consort of England for ten years and the Duchessof Brittany, for thirteen years
 
 
  • Joan was the second wife of Henry IV of England and the daughter of King Charles, II of Navarre, nicknamed Charles the Bad. Also the Granddaughter of the late King John II France, through her mother.
 
 
  • Joan’s first husband was John, however she was his third wife. John’s first wife, had been Mary Plantagenet, the daughter of the late Edward III of England.
 
  • Due to Joan’s foreign birth, she struggled to win the people’s popularity.
 
 
  • Joan had a very good relationship with Henry IV children. Until around late 1415, when her son Arthur was a prisoner to Henry V of England, Joan tried to get him released, and then accusations against her for witchcraft, followed by imprisonment.
 
  • When Joan died, she was buried next to Henry IV England, Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, just beside the shrine of Thomas Becket.

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