1435 in history

1435 events chronologically

Jan 13 Sicut Dudum, forbidding the enslavement of the Guanche natives in Canary Islands by the Spanish, is promulgated by Pope Eugene IV
Sep 21 An agreement between Charles VII of France and Philip the Good ends the partnership between the English and Burgundy in the Hundred Years' War

Born in 1435

Feb 1 Amadeus IX Duke of Savoy the Duke of Savoy from 1465 to 1472. The Catholic Church venerates him with a liturgical feast on March 30
Apr 8 John Clifford 9th Baron de Clifford a Lancastrian military leader during the Wars of the Roses. For a time he was one of the strongest supporters of King Henry VI's Queen, Margaret of Anjou
May 4 Joan of Valois Duchess of Bourbon the seventh child and fourth daughter of Charles VII of France and Marie of Anjou. She married John II, Duke of Bourbon in 1447. They had no children
Oct 24 Andrea della Robbia an Italian Renaissance sculptor, especially in ceramics.

Top 7 most famous people died in 1435

Jan 31 Xuande Emperor the fifth emperor of the Ming Dynasty of China from 1425 to 1435. His era name means "Proclamation of Virtue"
Feb 2 Joanna II of Naples Queen of Naples from 1414 to her death, upon which the senior Angevin line of Naples became extinct. As a mere formality, she used the title of Queen of Jerusalem, Sicily, and Hungary
Aug 29 Paul of Burgos a Spanish Jew who converted to Christianity, and became an archbishop, lord chancellor, and exegete. He is known also as Pablo de Santa Maria, Paul de Santa Maria, and Pauli episcopi Burgensis. His original name was Solomon ha-Levi
Sep 14 John of Lancaster 1st Duke of Bedford the third surviving son of King Henry IV of England by Mary de Bohun, and acted as regent of France for his nephew, King Henry VI.
Sep 24 Isabeau of Bavaria Queen of France as the wife of King Charles VI, whom she married in 1385. She was born into the old and prestigious House of Wittelsbach, the eldest daughter of Duke Stephen III of Bavaria-Ingolstadt and Taddea Visconti of Milan. Isabeau was sent to France when she was around 15 or 16, on approval to the young French king who liked her enough to marry her three days after meeting her
Oct 12 Agnes Bernauer the mistress and perhaps also the first wife of Albert, later Albert III, Duke of Bavaria. Because his father, Ernest, ruling Duke of Bavaria at the time, considered this liaison with a commoner unbefitting his son's social standing, he clashed with his son over the matter and finally arranged to have Agnes condemned for witchcraft and drowned in the Danube in 1435. Her life and death have been depicted in numerous literary works, the most well known being Friedrich Hebbel's tragedy of the same name and the folk musical Die Bernauerin by the composer Carl Orff
Dec 16 Eleanor of Alburquerque 3rd Countess of Alburquerque became Queen consort of Aragon by her marriage to Ferdinand I of Aragon. In Spanish, she is known as Leonor Urraca de Castilla, condesa de Alburquerque