Waleram I of Luxembourg
was since 1281 Lord of Ligny, Roussy
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and La Roche
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He was the second son of Henry V, Count of Luxembourg and Margaret of Bar
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He married Jeanne, Dame de Beauvoir
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(died before December 1300), and had:
- Henry II, died 1303, 1295 Lord of Ligny
- Waleran II (1275–1354) Lord of Ligny, Roussy and Beauvoir, married Guyotte Châtelaine de Lille († 1338)
- Marguerite, Nun
- Marie (died 1337), married Jean de Ghistelles (killed in 1346 in the Battle of Crécy
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He was killed together with his brother Henry VI, Count of Luxembourg in the Battle of Worringen
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against John I, Duke of Brabant
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Waleran of Luxembourg is one of the protagonists in Le Tournoi de Chauvency
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