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Humbert I de Savoie
Seigneur d'Arvillars

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Seigneur des Molettes[1]

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He was in the service of King Philippe VI for which he was rewarded a pension in 1342. In 1347, he is mentioned as one of the nobles taking part in a treaty of alliance between Savoy and Burgundy. In 1355, he was serving in Flanders for King Jean II in the war against the English. He was imprisoned in 1357 by the Visconti, but was released. In 1366, he accompanied his brother Amedée to Venice who continued on to the Orient. He assisted Bona de Bourbon when she was regent of Savoy during her husband's absence.[2]

Place of first marriage: Savoy[1]



1. S. Guichenon. Histoire généalogique de la royale maison de Savoie, vol. 3. Turin: chez Jean-Michel Briolo, 1778.

2. P. Litta, L. Passerini et al. Famiglie celebri di Italia. Milan: Presso P.E. Giusti, 1819-1852

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