Hugh, Count of Burgundy
Hugh of Chalon (French: Hugues; 1220–1266) was count of Burgundy by his marriage to Adelaide, Countess of Burgundy, on 1 November 1236, when he was aged 16. He was the son of John, Count of Chalon, and his first wife, Mahat, daughter of Hugh III, Duke of Burgundy.
|Hugh III of Châlon|
|Count of Burgundy, jure uxoris|
Seal of Hugh III of Burgundy
|Died||1266 (aged 45–46)|
|Noble family||House of Ivrea|
|Spouse(s)||Adelaide I of Burgundy|
|Father||John, Count of Chalon|
|Mother||Mahaud of Burgundy|
He and Adelaide had the following children:
- Otto IV, Count of Burgundy (born 1248)
- Hugh (fl. 1312), Lord of Montbrison and Aspremont, married Bonne daughter of Amadeus V, Count of Savoy
- Étienne (died 1299)
- Reginald of Burgundy (died 1322), Count of Montbéliard by his marriage to Guillemette of Neufchâtel
- Jean (died 1302), Lord of Montaigu
- Alix, nun at Fontevraud Abbey
- Elisabeth (died 1275), married Count Hartmann V de Kibourg
- Hippolyte, Lady of Saint-Vallier, married Count Aymar IV of Poitiers and Diois
- Guyonne of Burgundy (died 1316), married Thomas III of Piedmont
- Marguerite, nun at Fontevraud Abbey
- Agnès, Lady of Saint-Aubin, married Count Philippe II de Vienne, Lord of Pagny
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