Frederick I, Count of Vaudémont

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Frederick I, Count of Vaudémont
Born 1371
Died (1415-10-25)25 October 1415
Agincourt
Noble family House of Lorraine
Spouse(s) Margaret of Joinville
Father John I, Duke of Lorraine
Mother Sophie of Württemberg

Frederick of Lorraine (1371 – October 25, 1415 in the battle of Agincourt) was a Count of Vaudémont.

He was the son of Duke John I of Lorraine and younger brother of Charles II; in 1393, Frederick married Margaret the heiress of Vaudémont and Joinville, and became Count of these lands in her right. He founded the House of Vaudémont, a junior branch of the House of Lorraine.

His children were:

Dynastic problems in the senior line caused his great-grandson René of Vaudémont to become Duke of Lorraine as René II in 1473.

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