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Johann von Farabel

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John of Farabel (Latin Johan Pharabel dominus dou Pui, French Jean de Farabel, † after 1252, before 1277) was lord of Le Puy in the county of Tripoli by marriage.

He was married to Mary of Le Puy,[1] daughter of Hugh Sans-Avoir, Lord of Le Puy, Constable of Tripoli, and Eshiva of Tiberias (daughter of William of Tiberias). On the death of his father-in-law, he took over the lordship of Le Puy from him.

With Mary he had three sons and three daughters:[2]

  • William, Lord of Le Puy, Constable of Tripoli ∞ Alix of Batrun
  • Thomas († young)
  • Guido († young)
  • Eschiva
  • Mathilde
  • Anne

Individual references

  1. Cf. Lignages d’Outre-Mer, Le Vaticanus Latinus 4789, CCCXXXVIII, p. 101.
  2. Cf. Lignages d’Outre-Mer, Le Vaticanus Latinus 4789, CCCXXXVIII, p. 102.

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Predecessor Office Successor
Hugh Lord of Le Puy
(de iure uxoris)
around 1252
William