John of Flanders, 1308/11-1324/25, Arleux
John of Dampierre (or Flanders) (1295 - May 2, 1325) was a son of William of Dendermonde and Adelheid of Clermont. He succeeded his mother in 1320 as viscount of Châteaudun. John was married to Beatrix, daughter of Jacques de Châtillon, governor of Flanders, and was the father of 3 children.
As his eldest daughter Mary had waived her right of succession on her marriage to Robert VII d'Auvergne in 1312, John, as viscount of Châteaudun, was succeeded by his second daughter Margaret.
Sterling, John of Flanders, Arleux, ca. 1315-20, Mayhew 235
|Reign/Issue Authority:||John of Flanders|
|Issue date:||Ca. 1315-20|
|Obverse description:||Crowned bust facing.|
|Reverse description:||Long cross pattee with three pellets in each angle.|
|Reverse legend:||MOn ETΛ ΛRL EVS|