Duke John II of Bavaria-Munich (1341 – 1397), (German: Johann II, Herzog von Bayern-München ), since 1375 Duke of Bavaria - Munich. He was the third son of Stephen II and Elizabeth of Sicily . Family [ edit] His maternal grandparents were Frederick III of Sicily and Eleanor of Anjou.
Duke John II of Bavaria-Munich , , since 1375 Duke of Bavaria-Munich. He was the third son of Stephen II and Elizabeth of Sicily. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for John II, Duke of Bavaria .
Bavaria-Ingolstadt: John II: 1341 1375–1392 14 June/1 July 1397 Bavaria-Landshut: Catherine of Gorizia 1372 three children 1392–1397: Bavaria-Munich: Regencies of Maddalena Visconti and Stephen III, Duke of Bavaria (1393-1401), John II, Duke of Bavaria (1393-97), Ernest, Duke of Bavaria and William III, Duke of Bavaria (1397-1401 ...
John was born in Le Quesnoy. He was the youngest son of Duke Albert I of Bavaria and Margaret of Brieg. His elder brother was William II, who succeeded their father as count of Holland, Zeeland and Hainault in 1404. His sister, Margaret, married in 1385 Duke John the Fearless of Burgundy.
Duke John II of Bavaria-Munich (1341 – 1397), (German: Johann II, Herzog von Bayern-München), since 1375 Duke of Bavaria-Munich. He was the third son of Stephen II and Elizabeth of Sicily.
John I of Bavaria (29 November 1329–20 December 1340), was the Duke of Lower Bavaria since 1339. John I was the son of Henry XIV, Duke of Lower Bavaria, and Margaret of Bohemia. His maternal grandparents were John I of Bohemia and Elisabeth of Bohemia . He married Anna of Bavaria (1326–3 June 1361), daughter of Louis IV of Bavaria.
John was born in Dijon on 28 May 1371 to Duke Philip the Bold of Burgundy and Countess Margaret III of Flanders. On the death of his maternal grandfather Count Louis II of Flanders in 1384, he received the County of Nevers.  In 1385,  a double wedding for the Burgundian family took place in Cambrai.