Jean III de Grailly, Captal de Buch (d. 1377)
Jean III de Grailly (c. 1343 - 1377), Captal de Buch, son of Jean II de Grailly and Blanche de Foix. Jean held the important lordship of Buch as well as those of Castillon, Bénauges and other English strongholds in the duchy of Aquitaine. He was a founder member of the Order of the Garter and a famous military leader of the Hundred Years’ War whom Froissart held in great esteem, and often described as the ideal chivalric knight. He had married Rose d’Albret, and had a son and heir, Archambaud de Grailly, by her. There is no mention of a brother in any of the sources consulted by the project.
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