See also: Chub
Guy Chabot Ier of Saint-Froze, second baron of Jarnac, (1514, † August 6th 1584).
He married, the February 28th 1540, Louise de Pisseleu, girl of Guillaume of Pisseleu, lord of Heilly, and Madeleine of Laval. They had three children:
- Léonor Chub, troisème baron de Jarnac,
- Charles Chabot,
- Jeanne Chub, married initially with the count of Tancarville, then with the lord of Maisonfort, Marshal of France.
He passed to the posterity thanks to his famous boot, the “Coup of Jarnac” which enabled him to overcome in duel, François de Vivonne lord of the Chestnut grove, the July 10th 1547 with the castle of Saint-Germain in Bush hammer.
He was confirmed in 1569 in his loads of first gentleman of the room of the king Charles IX and the duke of Orleans, of captain of 50 men-at-arms of the ordinances, of governor and lieutenant-general for the king downtown of La Rochelle and country of Aunis, of perpetual mayor of Bordeaux and captain of the Château of Hâ.
He itself was killed during a duel the August 6th 1584.
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